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  • Strong crowds turn out early for the Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival

    Strong crowds turn out early for the Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival
    For years now, Robert Kastrinos has felt a passion for tea pots – especially when he’s creating them. “I had a corporate job, very high pressure, and I started doing pottery on the side,” said Kastrinos. Then some friends...
  • Unlike O'Hare, Singapore airport a destination all its own

    Unlike O'Hare, Singapore airport a destination all its own
    Chicago and this tiny but financially powerful city-state in Southeast Asia both showcase themselves as "a city in a garden'' draped by a dazzling skyline. Both are home to airport expansion projects aimed at revving up their global profiles. But the...
  • Library Notes for March 11

    Events for the whole family are being held at local libraries. Antioch Public Library 757 N. Main St. (847) 395-0874; http://www.apld.info Concert: Irish folksinger Ian Gould will perform contemporary and traditional Irish and Celtic Music at 2 p....
  • UConn Women Win Second Consecutive AAC Title

    UConn Women Win Second Consecutive AAC Title
    UNCASVILLE – Back in October at the New York Athletic Club, the coaches of the American Athletic Conference gathered on media day for pictures, conversation and cold cuts. Turns out, they were visionaries because they saw more than just the autumnal...
  • Obama library footprint for Olmsted parks should aspire for modesty

    Obama library footprint for Olmsted parks should aspire for modesty
    No one who knows anything about the way Chicago works expects the Chicago Plan Commission on Monday to oppose Mayor Rahm Emanuel's proposal to transfer parkland to the city if the Barack Obama presidential library and museum lands here. The mayor...
  • Wedded: Amanda Lane and Mario Pompa are fit to be tied

    Wedded: Amanda Lane and Mario Pompa are fit to be tied
    Date: Dec. 13 Her story: Amanda Lane, 30, grew up in Altavista, Va. She works as an administrative coordinator for patient access at Johns Hopkins Hospital. Her mother and stepfather, Judy and Mike Tolle, live in Crownsville. Her father, Fred Lane,...
  • Joan Rivers' over-the-top penthouse lists at $28 million

    Joan Rivers' over-the-top penthouse lists at $28 million
    Talk show host Joan Rivers’ penthouse near Manhattan’s Fifth Avenue is for sale at $28 million. The palace-like interiors, with opulent details and rooms that can accommodate grand-scale entertaining, were home to the late comedienne, who...
  • Those quirky, 'nearly perfect' Scandinavians

    Those quirky, 'nearly perfect' Scandinavians
    "The Almost Nearly Perfect People: Behind the Myth of the Scandinavian Utopia" Picador, $26 Is any country perfect? Based on media reports and various academic studies, the Scandinavian countries have a reputation of attaining near-perfect status....
  • Andrea Bocelli: Better than a box of chocolate

    Andrea Bocelli: Better than a box of chocolate
    You think the average couple feels pressure every time Valentine's Day rolls around? Well, imagine being the focus of thousands of dates, with a cost that can surpass a high-end dinner and a nice piece of jewelry. That's what Andrea Bocelli faces....
  • 'Siberian Express' freeze in eastern U.S. to continue into next week

    The deep freeze that broke records in hundreds of cities across the eastern half of the United States on Friday will last most of next week. Another widespread round of ice, snow or freezing rain is set to start falling Saturday from Missouri to the mid-...
  • Allentown's Jim Ochse making a big climb in Empire State Building

    Jim Ochse says this is the last time he's going to do it. The two-time winner of the Empire State Building Run-Up is calling it quits in what amounts to one of the most extreme stair-climber challenges in the world. The Allentown resident won the...