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  • After two decades, a return to Prague in the light of day

    After two decades, a return to Prague in the light of day
    PRAGUE — Unlike cities such as Salzburg, which are lucky to display the Baroque in small clusters, Prague opens the Baroque onto the visitor like the spread of an eagle's wings. The Baroque and other architectural styles dating back through the...
  • Dr. Madeleine Castellanos

    Dr. Madeleine Castellanos
    Dr. Madeleine Castellanos is a board-certified psychiatrist specializing in the treatment of sexual dysfunction and the improvement of sex life for couples or individuals. She is committed to helping others learn about their own sexuality and how to...
  • Heading Soccer Balls can lead to Brain Trauma

    Heading Soccer Balls can lead to Brain Trauma
    The Indoor Soccer Zone in Dallas where hundreds of kids kick the ball around for some fun and games. They rarely head the ball at this age and maybe that's a good thing because researchers found that soccer players who headed the ball a lot had brain...
  • Give Buddy Roemer a chance

    Albert Einstein is famously reported to have said that the definition of insanity was to continue doing the same thing over and over again and expect different results. By that definition, it appears that America has gone stark raving mad. Our economy...
  • Science and censorship

    Science and censorship
    Albert Einstein once said the reason he was able to accomplish so much was because he had "stood on the shoulders of giants" like Newton and Galileo. The Nobel Prize-winning physicist's remark was a reminder how much scientists depend on discoveries...
  • 'Green Lantern' review: As Norm Macdonald would say, "Wait, what?"

    'Green Lantern' review: As Norm Macdonald would say, "Wait, what?"
    *1/2 (out of four) Somehow Hal Jordan (Ryan “Sexiest Man Alive” Reynolds) has become a renowned fighter pilot despite being a habitual quitter or something—the movie doesn't show him quitting but does say fear once caused him to break...
  • The Crowd: Bond brings out the music lovers

    The Pacific Symphony's pops series producers billed the evening, "The Music of Bond. James Bond." Led by celebrated guest conductor Carl Davis, the symphony performed theme songs from the movies based on the thrillers Ian Fleming penned as part of a...
  • Going beyond the law

    Going beyond the law
    Rabbi Barry Silver Title: Spiritual leader, Congregation L'Dor Va-Dor, Lake Worth. Other job experience: Public-interest attorney; former member, Florida House of Representatives, district 89, west Boca Raton and west Delray Beach. Other community...
  • Community & Clubs: Luncheon location has changed

    Wednesday's meeting of the Newport-Mesa-Irvine Interfaith Council luncheon has been relocated from Hoag Hospital Irvine to the Hoag Cancer Center auditorium, on the lower campus at Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian, One Hoag Drive, Newport Beach....
  • Thoughts from Dr. Joe: Let's pull our own weight

    Last week I attended the forum for the candidates running for City Council. The candidates with the most potential clearly defined the evening. I listened as each candidate spoke of his or her record and answered several questions relating to such issues...
  • Close-up on Old Lyme

    Close-up on Old Lyme
    HOW IT GOT ITS NAME: Likely named after Lyme Regis, Dorsetshire, in England. A settler, Matthew Griswold, apparently left England from the port of Lyme Regis. ORIGINS: Set off from Saybrook in 1665, the town was incorporated in 1855 as South Lyme. The...