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  • Course Source: Lincoln Park, Wawona

    The Sports Xchange By Tom LaMarre, The Sports Xchange Course Source: Lincoln Park, Wawona IN THE PUBLIC EYE: Lincoln Park Golf Course in San Francisco THE LAYOUT: Not only is this a classic course, where golf was first played in 1902, and a scenic...
  • Mayor should clean up Chicago and increase law enforcement

    When Chicago makes the national news based on the fact that 82 people were shot over a holiday weekend, it makes me ashamed, not to mention imperiled, to be living so close to what has become a toxic waste dump for crime. I can remember a time when New...
  • Man with knife seeking 'to kill Michael Strahan' arrested near ABC set

    Man with knife seeking 'to kill Michael Strahan' arrested near ABC set
    A man allegedly wielding a knife and hostile intentions toward Michael Strahan was tackled by a police officer outside the Times Square studios of "Good Morning America" on Tuesday. According to an ABC News representative, the man, identified by the New...
  • Miggs Burroughs Lenticulars On Display At New Westport Gallery

    Miggs Burroughs Lenticulars On Display At New Westport Gallery
    Lenticulars are fun, seen in "winky" sunglasses bought at fairs, on album covers and in gimmick advertisements: Stand in one position, a picture can be seen, but rock a little to the side, and another picture appears, back and forth, back and forth. Miggs...
  • A predicament right out of a melodramatic opera

    A predicament right out of a melodramatic opera
    When announcements for the next opera season began arriving early this year, the overall impression was that our country's companies were getting livelier if not yet up to the more progressive European model. Los Angeles Opera, in particular, is...
  • New York's Row NYC Hotel Brings Paparazzo Style to Times Square

    After a two-year, $140 million renovation, Gotham's Milford Plaza hotel re-launched this spring as Row NYC. Located in the heart of Times Square, home to MTV Networks, Conde Nast Publications, Viacom and more, the hotel's focal point is the digital art...
  • Amy and Jenny Pascal Answer Call to Help Troubled Teens With Crisis Hotline

    As a private practice therapist, Jenny Pascal took her passion for working with adolescents to Teen Line as its training director to help prepare youngsters to answer calls, emails and texts from peers in crisis. Five years ago, she got her sister, Amy,...
  • Documentary 'Fed Up' Takes On Manipulative Marketing in the U.S. Food Industry

    Director: Stephanie Soechtig Opening Date: May 9 (Radius-TWC) Why it matters: Soechtig's no holds-barred documentary, exec produced by Katie Couric, Regina Scully and Laurie David, takes a magnifying glass to the food industry in America, exposing...
  • New York: How to get there and where to stay, eat and play

    THE BEST WAY TO NEW YORK From LAX, Delta, United, American, Virgin America and JetBlue offer nonstop service to New York; US Airways offers direct service (stop, no change of planes); and US Airways, American, Delta, United and Virgin America offer...
  • 'Superman Hall of Heroes' to Honor Extraordinary Citizens

    DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. have launched the "Superman Hall of Heroes" as an online portal through which individuals can gift their own heroes with Man of Steel-themed merchandise. The companies have inducted some notable names of their own --...
  • 'Sharknado 2' aims to have even more bite

     'Sharknado 2' aims to have even more bite
    If it's true that lightning never strikes in the same place twice, then neither does a sharknado. For the sequel to last summer's surprise social media phenomenon, director Anthony C. Ferrante knew he had to take his low-budget sharks-in-a-tornado...