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  • Bamboo rods cast a spell for fly fishermen looking to reconnect with natural world

    Bamboo rods cast a spell for fly fishermen looking to reconnect with natural world
    Midway through winter, a chilly fog surrounded Theaux Le Gardeur's shop. Hardly anyone would be out on the Gunpowder River that day, he said. But he didn't need the river or sunlight. He stood behind his fly-fishing store clutching three rods: graphite,...
  • Your phone is not your drinking buddy

    Your phone is not your drinking buddy
    An iPhone will function after being splashed with half a shot of Four Roses Small Batch bourbon, but not after swimming in a pool of Three Floyds Alpha King pale ale. How do I know this? Because I was a compulsive phone-on-bar person. Drink, coaster,...
  • Patrick Dempsey, Ellen Pompeo Renew 'Grey's Anatomy' Contracts

    "Grey's Anatomy" stars Patrick Dempsey and Ellen Pompeo have signed new two-year deals with the ABC medical sudser, marking one of the first steps towards a potential season 11 renewal for "Grey's." News follows Sanda Oh's announcement last summer that...
  • CBS, NBC Top Weekly Ratings While ABC Is Resurrected

    CBS and NBC drew the most young adults in primetime last week, as the Peacock continues to make big ratings strides. The first week after the Olympics, with everybody back in originals and with no major sports or awards shows skewing the results,...
  • Massive explosion and fire kill at least 2 in East Harlem

    NEW YORK -- An explosion that destroyed two buildings in a busy Manhattan neighborhood and killed at least two people was caused by a gas leak, New York Mayor Bill De Blasio said Wednesday, and hours after the explosion, some people remained missing. De...
  • 'Big Bang Theory,' 'Scandal' Top Thursday While Fox Improves With 'Hell's Kitchen'

    The first Thursday of Daylight Saving Time produced slightly lower numbers for CBS' "The Big Bang Theory" and ABC's "Scandal," but they remained the night's top shows among young adults. Fox, meanwhile, improved its standing by bringing "Hell's Kitchen"...
  • Must unit owner put up with patter of little feet?

    Q: We live in a small condominium association, and the unit above us has three children under 6 years old living with their parents. In the early morning and throughout the afternoon and evening, the children are running and stomping, causing...
  • Blasting resumes Monday at McCook quarry

    Blasting resumes Monday at McCook quarry
    Living next to a McCook quarry for nearly four decades, La Grange resident Linda Lauterbach has grown accustomed to the periodic blasts. Now she's getting used to the occasional earthquake. Lehigh Hanson, the company that owns the quarry, announced it...
  • Lady Gaga Brings Down the House at MusiCares in Honor of Carole King

    Discovering that Lady Gaga is an ardent admirer of Carole King is akin to Axl Rose calling Elton John his hero. But there she was Friday night -- dressed all in white behind a color-matched grand piano -- bringing down the house with a heart-wrenching...
  • Friday night forecast: Looking for some consistency from someone other than CCHS

     
    Another Groller-Zambelli Challenge will be up and running next week. I am still sifting through the rubble of the last Groller-Zambelli Challenge. I was an all-time worse (football or basketball) 3-7 with my picks. And again, I pick the games we're...
  • Don't Let It Slide: Heed AAA's Black Ice Driving Tips

     
    This winter, large swaths of the nation have become coldly cozy with terms like "polar vortex" and "arctic blast," as January's repeated bouts with subzero temperatures and heavy snows have virtually frozen people in their tracks, canceling school,...