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  • Book places: Pritzker Military Library

    Book places: Pritzker Military Library
    The Pritzker Military Library is what you would expect from an institution with “military” in its name: clean, orderly, symmetrical and important. The 2nd floor entry hallway is lined with framed autographed prints of the nearly 300 author...
  • Mike Preston's report card: Patriots 23, Ravens 20, OT

    Mike Preston's report card: Patriots 23, Ravens 20, OT
    Quarterback: B- Joe Flacco had impressive numbers and actually threw well through the first three quarters. He still doesn't step up in the pocket, but he played well enough to win. The best defense he faced Sunday were the restraints put on him by his...
  • Playing the antihero

    Playing the antihero
    When actor Carl Schurr takes the stage tonight in Everyman Theatre's production of "All My Sons," perhaps he will dedicate his performance to Cherry Watson. Cherry — and not even Schurr knows whether Cherry is a he or a she — was young Carl's...
  • Air Forces captain, missing since WWII, to be buried at sea off Newport Beach

    The remains of an Army Air Forces captain who went missing in action during World War II have been returned to his family and will receive a burial with full military honors off the coast of Newport Beach, the Department of Defense said. George W....
  • Critic's Notebook: Kanye West's growing pains

    Critic's Notebook: Kanye West's growing pains
    Here's a quote that recently resonated with Kanye West: "Every child is an artist. The problem is staying an artist when you grow up." Pablo Picasso said that. West found it on a poster somewhere, took a photo, and claimed it as a statement of purpose &#...
  • Jan. 31, 2005: Notre Dame Ends UConn's Big East Streak

    No. 9 UConn was determined to send a message Sunday night to No. 6 Notre Dame and the rest of the Big East. The Huskies did send a message, but not the one they anticipated. After a monthlong stretch of strong play against quality opponents, the...
  • Reel Critics: Perfect odd couple in 'Get Him to the Greek'

    "Get Him to the Greek" marks Russell Brand's return as legendary rock god Aldous Snow from "Forgetting Sarah Marshall." While this new comedy isn't quite as hilarious as that 2008 hit, the stars make it worth a look. Jonah Hill is Aaron Green, a...
  • Ex-aide: Governor often MIA

    Ex-aide: Governor often MIA
    Rod Blagojevich may have been governor of Illinois but often appeared to do everything but run the state, dwelling instead on his political fortunes and his family's finances, two former top aides to Blagojevich testified at his political corruption trial...
  • Administrator says the officials' inability to meet is pushing the scandal-plagued city toward insolvency.

    Bell could have problems paying its bills as early as May and has been unable to make budget cuts to stave off insolvency because City Council members who face criminal charges repeatedly have failed to show up for meetings. Now, Bell's interim city...
  • Notes on a Year: Ann Powers on pop music

    Notes on a Year: Ann Powers on pop music
    "Let's have a toast," sang Kanye West in September of this sometimes seemingly endless year, debuting a new song, "Runaway," on the MTV Video Music Awards. Over a glassy keyboard sample and an old-school breakbeat, West intoned a gentle melody. "Runaway,"...
  • In pop music, a whole new way of doing business

    In pop music, a whole new way of doing business
    January has always been slump month when it comes to new pop music. Musicians tend to turn bearlike around this time, hibernating until conditions seem friendlier. Yet the resourceful pop lover will be anything but bored right now, with so much to reap...