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  • Five books about World War I

    Five books about World War I
    The Great War, as it was called for a time, broke out in 1914, but the United States didn't declare war until April 6, 1917. With 4,734,991 fresh Americans in the fight, the end came quickly, but at a cost of 116,516 American lives. Just one year, seven...
  • Chicago-area writers among the Society of Midland Authors' award winners

    Chicago-area writers among the Society of Midland Authors' award winners
    Former longtime Chicago Tribune reporter Bill Barnhart and his writing partner, Gene Schlickman, were among five Chicago-area writers winning recognition from the Society of Midland Authors, which announced winners of its annual Author Awards Wednesday...
  • Newbery, Caldecott Medals awarded

    Newbery, Caldecott Medals awarded
    The American Library Association announced winners and finalists of their Youth Media awards, including the Newbery and Caldecott Medals, at a ceremony Monday . The Newbery Medal honors a distinguished work of children's literature. The Caldecott Medal...
  • Today is Friday the 13th, does it make you nervous?

    Today is Friday the 13th, does it make you nervous?
    For those of you who suffer from friggatriskaidekaphobia, the fear of Friday the 13th, or triskaidekaphobia, the fear of the number 13, today is the only Friday the 13th this year. What is to fear from Friday the 13th or the number 13, you may ask?...
  • CB Larry Hope of American High, gives Miami 11 commits for 2012

    CB Larry Hope of American High, gives Miami 11 commits for 2012
    Hialeah American High cornerback Larry Hope confirmed via Facebook on Thursday night that he has indeed pledged to the Miami Hurricanes recruiting class of 2012, giving the 'Canes 11 commitments, so far. Hope participated in the first Al Golden summer...
  • Illinois lawmakers target bath salts used as a drug

    Illinois lawmakers target bath salts used as a drug
    Following bans on salvia and synthetic marijuana, Illinois lawmakers are now trying to curb the latest store-bought choice of people looking to get high: bath salts. These are not the Epsom salts that Aunt Ethel used to sprinkle in a warm tub, nor are...
  • High risk pools for people with preexisting conditions off to slow start

    High risk pools for people with preexisting conditions off to slow start
    This summer, new health insurance programs aimed at people with preexisting medical conditions began accepting applications around the country. The plans target one of the key promises of the health-care overhaul: Everyone, even people with checkered...
  • Foot rub, mammogram?

    Foot rub, mammogram?
    Nearly a year after federal health experts issued controversial new breast cancer screening guidelines, mammogram providers are trying to woo women back to the imaging room. At the Wichita Clinic in Kansas, mammogram parties come complete with...
  • A slice of pie, just right

    A slice of pie, just right
    Q: I love making fruit pies, especially this time of year when berries are so abundant at our farmers market. The issue I have is determining the amount of thickener to use when assembling the berries in the shell. I have been using tapioca (2-3...
  • State tourism offices

    States and many U.S. territories have tourism offices to help visitors. When requesting travel literature, be as specific as possible. Alabama: Alabama Tourism Department, 401 Adams Ave., Suite 126, P.O. Box 4927, Montgomery, AL 36103; (800) 252-2262...
  • Following every strange turn of the Yellow Brick Road in 'The Wiz'

    Following every strange turn of the Yellow Brick Road in 'The Wiz'
    "The Wiz," let us stipulate, was always a weird show. With the passage of 36 years, it only has become stranger. Although a big hit in 1975 — it ran on Broadway for some 1,600 performances — "The Wiz" generally has defeated most attempts to...