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  • Milton Hebald dies at 97; creator of prominent public sculptures

    Milton Hebald dies at 97; creator of prominent public sculptures
    Most art lovers won't recognize the name Milton Hebald. But it's safe to assume that tens of millions of people have seen his work: sculptures, installed in prominent public places in Los Angeles and New York City, that include a monumental display of the...
  • U. of C. plans: Obama library in the park

    U. of C. plans: Obama library in the park
    The University of Chicago is proposing that the Obama presidential library be built on about 20 acres of South Side parkland, either in Washington or Jackson parks, according to the university. The information, released Tuesday, was privately...
  • Food trucks Orlando: Jan. 11-17

    Food trucks Orlando: Jan. 11-17
    The Food Truck Bazaar Orlando: 6-9 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 11; 3201 E. Colonial Drive (in front of Macy's at Orlando Fashion Square mall); TheFoodTruckBazaar.com Orlando Magic Fan Fest: 5-8 p.m. Friday, Jan. 16; Amway Arena, 400 W. Church St., Orlando;...
  • New York's unusual wreath show lets it all hang out

    New York's unusual wreath show lets it all hang out
    Countless questions spring to mind as you wander the gallery in the Central Park Arsenal, taking in the annual holiday wreath show. Let's start with the obvious. Why, oh why, is there a wreath made of dead bugs? And whose idea was it to create a...
  • U2's Bono says he may never play guitar again after cycling accident

    Bono says he now has a titanium elbow and may never play guitar again due to injuries suffered in a New York City cycling accident. The 54-year-old U2 frontman suffered multiple injuries, including fractures to his left eye socket, shoulder blade and...
  • Census confirms Florida outdoes N.Y.

    Leaving N.Y. behind It's not like we needed validation from the U.S. Census Bureau that we've passed New York, but now we have it. With Tuesday's announcement that Florida has passed New York and is now the nation's third most-populous state —...
  • Silly state comparisons reveal inferiority complex

    Silly state comparisons reveal inferiority complex
    What a silly editorial — reproduced here by the Orlando Sentinel. I had no idea you Southerners suffered from such an inferiority complex. A big "so what" that Florida's population now exceeds — marginally — that of the entire New York...
  • 'Into the Woods' production designer Dennis Gassner returns to roots

     'Into the Woods' production designer Dennis Gassner returns to roots
    "Into the Woods" production designer Dennis Gassner doesn't have much experience with musicals, but he has plenty of experience with woods. When he was 16, he worked as an Oregon lumberjack. "I grew up in the woods, and so I got to kind of become...
  • Randall Roberts' best pop albums of 2014

    Randall Roberts' best pop albums of 2014
    Here is Randall Robert’s look at the best of 2014 in pop music. Beck, "Morning Phase" (Capitol). A record that continues to blossom six months after its release, Beck Hansen's breathtaking 12th studio album is a rush of California guitar pop....
  • Irvine's top stories of 2014: political change, park audit, deadly crash

    Irvine's top stories of 2014: political change, park audit, deadly crash
    From the ousting of longtime City Councilman Larry Agran in November to accusations that UC Irvine's top police officials spied on staff and the public, a lot has happened in the past year in Irvine. Here are the Daily Pilot's top 10 news stories from...
  • Taya Kyle takes another difficult step with 'American Sniper'

    Taya Kyle takes another difficult step with 'American Sniper'
    Taya Kyle still remembers the little things about her late husband, like the way he would downplay his virtues when the couple was out in public. "I would say something to the people we were with, like how intelligent he was, and he would just wave...