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  • His shining moment: Al Sharpton's eulogy for slaying victim Michael Brown

    His shining moment: Al Sharpton's eulogy for slaying victim Michael Brown
    If you were able to watch the memorial Monday for Michael Brown, the unarmed young black man slain by a white police officer in Ferguson, Mo., you would have seen the Rev. Al Sharpton at his very best. Sharpton was the final speaker at the service in...
  • John Lithgow, Annette Bening open in 'King Lear' in Central Park

    Taking on Shakespeare's elderly tragic hero for the first time in his career, John Lithgow opened on Tuesday in "King Lear" in a new production at the Delacorte Theater in New York's Central Park. While the Delacorte has seen its share of...
  • Eek! The return of the scare zones at Universal's Halloween Horror Nights

    Eek! The return of the scare zones at Universal's Halloween Horror Nights
    Scare zones will be back on the streets of Universal's Halloween Horror Nights tonight after a two-year absence. Event planners had strayed from the dedicated, elaborately themed outdoor spaces populated by costumed "scare actors." "You can just...
  • Hampton Roads residents to join People's Climate March

    More than 100 Hampton Roads residents have signed on to head to New York City in the wee hours Sunday to participate in the People's Climate March. They'll join hundreds of others from Virginia and thousands more from around the country — estimates...
  • Chicago has no reason to bet on Nik Wallenda stunt

    Chicago has no reason to bet on Nik Wallenda stunt
    Just because Nik Wallenda is willing to risk his life on the high wire doesn't mean Chicago should take a chance too. Yet the city that welcomed daredevil Evel Knievel and a doomed televised stunt that introduced the concept of jumping the shark...
  • From summer retreat to suburban haven, Sudbrook Park retains an original charm

    From summer retreat to suburban haven, Sudbrook Park retains an original charm
    On visits to Sudbrook Park, I sometimes observe little changes in this special place just to the west of Pikesville. Well, not much. The community, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, did recently get a new bridge over the old Western...
  • Tavistock sells stake in The Grove center

    Tavistock sells stake in The Grove center
    Tavistock Development Co., affiliated with the owners of Isleworth and Lake Nona, sold its ground-floor retail space at The Grove commercial center in Windermere to shopping-center developer Equity One Inc. The New York-based Equity One bought the...
  • Broward high school results and schedules

    National Signing Day? Not until Feb. 4. Recruiting in South Florida? Always in season. Between now and then, a lot can happen. More than 100 players from Broward and Palm Beach counties could sign with college programs. The Sun Sentinel checks in with...
  • Efrem Zimbalist Jr. New Hartford Estate On The Market

    Efrem Zimbalist Jr. New Hartford Estate On The Market
    The New Hartford estate of the late actor Efrem Zimbalist Jr., who gained fame as the star of television crime dramas beginning in the late 1950s, is on the market for $895,000. The estate, known as "The Rafters," was the summer home of Zimbalist's...
  • Book stalls, used books and other pleasures of New York City

    One of my favorites urban pleasures has long been buying books on the street. In New York, this means book stalls – and more specifically, the Strand’s book stall, at the southeast edge of Central Park, across Fifth Avenue from the Hotel...
  • Irvine to get $292 million in settlement of redevelopment lawsuits

    The city of Irvine is receiving $292 million in exchange for dropping three lawsuits against the state Department of Finance in an attempt to recoup more than $1.4 billion in redevelopment funds. Because the money is property-tax revenue, it is expected...