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  • Is 'Black Swan' pumping up the sales for 'Swan Lake'?

     
    Is all the Oscar buzz and fascination with “Black Swan” -– Darren Aronofsky’s decidedly lurid look at the hermetic ballet world of classical ballet -– boosting ticket sales for live “Swan Lake” performances? Box-office demand for New York...
  • EGYPT: U.S. Embassy to begin voluntary evacuation flights Monday

     
    The U.S. Embassy in Cairo plans to begin flying Americans out of Egypt on chartered planes Monday, according to a Sunday statement. The announcement came hours after the embassy advised Americans in Egypt to consider leaving as soon as possible.......
  • Tours spotlight Los Angeles' historic homes

     
    Some upcoming tours are providing rare peeks inside some of Los Angeles' most famous houses, including Frank Lloyd Wright's Millard House (also called La Miniatura, above), Wright's Hollyhock House, the Ron Burkle-owned Green Acres and the iconic...
  • Residency crisis is one the Legislature should not let go to waste

     
    Now that the Rahm Emanuel residency wrangle is over, our lawmakers in Springfield have a cleanup job on their hands: Clarify, if not toss out entirely, this ancient law that's caused so much trouble these last few months. Clarify because,......
  • 5 Ways to Stop a Cold

     
    A few years ago, when I was a new parent, it seemed as if I was constantly sick. My immunity was probably depressed due to lack of sleep. Plus my daughter was in daycare, where she picked up and brought home billions of germs. This past winter was a...
  • EGYPT: Curfew thwarting travel, but 200 Americans evacuated

     
    The United States and other foreign governments stepped up evacuation of their citizens caught up in Egypt's spreading unrest on Monday, although a midafternoon curfew was frustrating travel within the country. Egyptian railway authorities said trains had...
  • EGYPT: Antiquities damaged by vandals; collapse of neighboring building feared

     
    Anti-government protests have damaged some of the famed Egyptian Museum's ancient artifacts, and curators now fear the treasured collection could be destroyed if a neighboring building engulfed in flames should collapse. The ruling National Democratic...
  • Jupiter Beach Resort & Spa offers Valentine’s Day package

     
    Jupiter Beach Resort & Spa is inviting couples to enjoy Valentine’s Day high atop the historic Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse, a shoreline beacon for more than 150 years. The idea is to enjoy fitness, explore history and rekindle romance at the top...
  • Datebook: Events, exhibits, classes for the week ahead

     
    We've listed select home and garden events below. Suggest your own via reader comments. Submissions must be fewer than 75 words and must be for one-time events with legitimate value to other readers. No store promotions and no frivolous links,......
  • Financial markets react calmly to turmoil sweeping Egypt

     
    Crude oil prices rose but so did stock prices Monday as world financial markets reacted calmly overall to the anti-government protests roiling Egypt. Oil prices surged to a fresh two-year high, with near-term crude oil futures in New York jumping......
  • Dr. Krop basketball is under FHSAA investigation

     
    Miami Dr. Krop, which is the No. 1 ranked team in the Orlando Sentinel/Florida Association of Basketball Coaches Class 6A boys basketball rankings ahead of local powers Winter Park and Dr. Phillips, is in danger of being expelled from the state playoffs....