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  • '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...
  • REVIEW: The Front Bottoms have 2 important ingredients to success at ArtsQuest Center

     
    New Jersey indie band The Front Bottoms’ concert Friday in The Blast Furnace Room at ArtsQuest Center wasn’t rife with originality. It didn’t offer astounding musicianship. But it had two things important to live music success. The Front...
  • Loud music may have caused ceiling collapse at Concord club

    Loud music may have caused ceiling collapse at Concord club
    Officials suspect loud music at a Logan Square nightclub contributed to the partial collapse of a ceiling that injured three men. The suburban men were dancing on the third floor of the Concord Music Hall, 2047 N. Milwaukee Ave., at 1:25 a.m. Saturday...
  • Histotechs use lab skills to prepare tissue samples

    Medical professionals who use tissue samples to diagnose diseases and conditions rely on histotechnicians and histotechnologists to properly prepare the samples they will use. These professionals are an increasingly important part of health care labs...
  • The top 5 new sex toys of 2014

    The top 5 new sex toys of 2014
    The future of sex toys is high tech. A recent New York Times story (yes, they cover sex toys now), highlighted items such as the RealTouch, a "USB-connected sex toy said to have been designed by a NASA engineer that promises 'interactive sex' with...
  • Understanding your thyroid: This important gland regulates your metabolism

    Source: Pacific Prime Health Insurance whatdoctorsknow.com Like all organs and systems in the human body, the hormones secreted by the thyroid gland must remain in balance to maintain good health. In simple terms, the thyroid's job is to release a...
  • Show Business Diversity Trailing U.S. Demographics, UCLA Report Shows

    Minorities and women are falling far short in making inroads into influential Hollywood positions compared with the actual demographics of the U.S. population, a new UCLA study shows. "This disconnect does not bode well for future of the Hollywood...
  • Isaiah Washington shows paternal instinct at Pan African Film Festival

    Isaiah Washington shows paternal instinct at Pan African Film Festival
    Former "Grey's Anatomy" star Isaiah Washington, who has three projects in the 22nd annual Pan African Film Festival running through this weekend, says the fatherly thread in his latest projects is no coincidence. The actor portrays a small-town father...
  • Family fun at the 2014 Chicago Auto Show

    Family fun at the 2014 Chicago Auto Show
    As the 2014 Chicago Auto Show heads into its last lap for Presidents Day weekend, we returned with family in mind. Presidents Day is Family Day at the 106th annual show. With bankers, insurers and automakers bringing video games into their displays, it&...
  • Why do we have faces? Ancient fish may hold clues

    Why do we have faces? Ancient fish may hold clues
    Let's face it. It's easy to take for granted that mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians and fish -- vertebrates just like people -- have a face. But it has not always been the case. The first creatures with a backbone -- jawless fish from hundreds of...