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  • John Hall Fish, 1932-2014, urban activist, dies

    John Hall Fish, 1932-2014, urban activist, dies
    Driven by a desire for social justice and racial reconciliation, John Hall Fish spent much of his career connecting college students and recent graduates with urban nonprofit organizations. In 1969, Mr. Fish co-founded the Associated Colleges of the...
  • INSIDE SLANT

    The Sports Xchange NFL Team Report - St. Louis Rams - INSIDE SLANT Rams' Stacy looks to pick up where he left off after rookie season It is often said that the biggest improvement for many NFL players occurs in their second season. There is a full...
  • Mayor cashes in with restaurateur linked to O'Hare

     Mayor cashes in with restaurateur linked to O'Hare
    In April, Mayor Rahm Emanuel stood in the newly remodeled Terminal 5 at O'Hare International Airport, unveiling the sparkling gateway as the newest evidence of Chicago's global status. The project developer predicted international fliers would...
  • Newport Harbor's Duffy always on the go

    Newport Harbor's Duffy always on the go
    There he goes again, from one place to the next. Colin Duffy always has something to do. Free time? The gifted Newport Harbor High senior hardly has any. Throughout the school year, Duffy has been seen working out with the football team, playing his...
  • Noah Vonleh's work ethic, rebounding and shooting tempt the Magic

    Noah Vonleh's work ethic, rebounding and shooting tempt the Magic
    When Noah Vonleh was 14 years old, his family traveled from Haverhill, Mass., to Orlando for a vacation. Many teenagers would've relished the chance to visit theme parks, but Vonleh first made a polite, but firm, request to his mom. He asked her to find a...
  • Chicago Theater Review: 'This Is Our Youth' Starring Michael Cera

    Michael Cera and Kieran Culkin are the latest star actors to take a crack at Kenneth Lonergan's "This Is Our Youth," the 1996 play that has always attracted notable talent thanks to the depth, pathos and wit of its portrait of adrift, privileged post-...
  • Herring pushes for more transparency at AG office

    Attorney General Mark Herring is naming his office’s first point person to oversee how well the state’s law department complies with conflicts of interests, freedom of information and ethics standards. Controversies over those issues, as ell...
  • Pead enters third season still looking to contribute as a runner

    The Sports Xchange By Howard Balzer, The Sports Xchange Pead enters third season still looking to contribute as a runner EARTH CITY, Mo. -- Running back Isaiah Pead has been almost a forgotten man since being drafted by the Rams in the second round...
  • Evan Chekas Is Manchester's Teacher Of The Year

    Evan Chekas, Manchester's 2014 teacher of the year, knows the perfect formula for lessons to teach his students at Manchester Regional Academy. "The home run lesson is when you have some academic skill tied in with a moral or social skill," Chekas said....
  • Film Review: 'Cut Bank'

    Watching an estimable quintet of character actors do their thing is the chief pleasure of "Cut Bank," a largely routine thriller dressed up as a quirky small-town morality play. The feature helming debut of Matt Shakman, a former child actor turned...
  • L.A. Times updates newsroom ethics guidelines

    L.A. Times updates newsroom ethics guidelines
    The Los Angeles Times has updated its newsroom ethics guidelines. The guidelines, which apply to all Times journalists as well as freelancers, were last revised in 2011. The guidelines are publicly available at latimes.com/ethics. LOS ANGELES TIMES...