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  • A towering question: Where the cell do we put them all?

    A towering question: Where the cell do we put them all?
    It's probably a task the Federal Communications Commission should have tackled 15 or 20 years ago, but we welcome the stated intention of county officials to develop a strategic plan aimed at slowing the proliferation of cell towers. Since cellular...
  • Rule would allow campaign donations by text message

    Rule would allow campaign donations by text message
    You can text FOOD to give money to UNICEF or text AFRICA to support the International Rescue Committee. Soon you'll be able to contribute via text to a Maryland politician, state officials say. Regulations to allow campaign contributions by text...
  • Teen sexting: Not as common as you think

    Teen sexting: Not as common as you think
    Perhaps a cell phone makes a good Christmas gift for a pre-teen after all. The latest study on the use of sexually explicit text messages and email by youngsters — a practice referred to as "sexting" — reveals that it's not nearly as...
  • Rescuers airlift lost teen

    Montrose Search and Rescue airlifted a 14-year-old out of Tujunga’s Mount Lukens on Sunday afternoon, after the teen became separated from his father while hiking, said Reserve Chief Mike Leum. Leum said an air and ground team of eight was deployed...
  • City Life: Administrators shouldn't travel when schools need pencils

    I recently reviewed five years of travel expenses for school Supt. Jeffrey Hubbard. Before revealing what I found, it is important you understand why I am qualified to pass judgment. Since 1983, I have attended, spoken, exhibited and organized dozens of...
  • North Baltimore Crime Log

    North Charles Street 4500 block at 5 p.m. Nov. 29. Bank card, cash stolen. Women left bank card in ATM machine and someone used it to withdraw money from her account. 4900 block, between 4:50 and 5:20 p.m. Nov. 28. Clothing, ID, credit cards stolen...
  • Chi-Tunes: The Cell Phones

    Chi-Tunes: The Cell Phones
    Chicago rockers the The Cell Phones answered our Chi-Tunes questionnaire. Do the same and your band could appear in RedEye! "Tuesday" by The Cell Phones by redeye33 What makes your live show great? Two big ol' bass amps, our drummer's knees and elbows,...
  • Former SNL stars perform in intimate local settings

    Former SNL stars perform in intimate local settings
    Getting to cover Julia Sweeney and Nora Dunn working out new material in intimate settings over the weekend was a treat. Sweeney's readings at the Evanston club Space actually have been open to the public, so $5 and knowledge that the presentation started...
  • Technology at ski resorts offers skiers info, images of day on slopes

    Technology at ski resorts offers skiers info, images of day on slopes
    The first rule of skiing: There are no friends on a powder day. Technology has infiltrated every corner of our lives, but really, the idea of tweeting my snow stashes is sacrilege. In the spirit of keeping up with the technology, however, I set aside...
  • Cops warn South Side businesses of delivery-driver robberies

    Cops warn South Side businesses of delivery-driver robberies
    Chicago police detectives are warning businesses in the Chicago Lawn and Deering Police Districts about robberies of food delivery drivers following two such robberies in recent weeks. In alert issued today, Wentworth Area detectives warned that...
  • Best of the Blotter: Stabbings, suspect leaves behind notebook

    Here's a sampling of crimes reported in the Southeast District and compiled by the Baltimore Guide, which runs a weekly police blotter for the South and Southeast Districts: 1700 block Eastern Ave., Monday, Nov. 28, 2:30 a.m.: A man leaving a bar was...