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  • 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...
  • East River's big offensive tackle Adam Duckett likes UCF, has early list of suitors

    East River's big offensive tackle Adam Duckett likes UCF, has early list of suitors
    Adam Duckett and his father were in the stands for UCF's exciting 49-35 Conference USA victory over East Carolina on Saturday, and the visit seemed to have an impact. The behemoth junior offensive tackle at Orlando East River, who stands 6-foot-8, 365...
  • A July Fourth reading list

    A July Fourth reading list
    In celebration of July Fourth, Printers Row set out to create a reading list of patriotic books. But, how to define "patriotic"? We decided to have each contributing Tribune writer and editor pick a title that corresponds to his or her own definition....
  • Review of 'The Family Fang' by Kevin Wilson

    Review of 'The Family Fang' by Kevin Wilson
    Living as we are in the heyday of the undead, with HBO's "True Blood" in its fourth season and the "Twilight" franchise steamrolling along, it's easy to be misled by the title of Kevin Wilson's funny and off-kilter debut novel, "The Family Fang." The...
  • 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...
  • The Prospector: In recruiting, Big-time talent not lost at small schools like Agape, Lake Mary Prep

    The Prospector: In recruiting, Big-time talent not lost at small schools like Agape, Lake Mary Prep
    While watching the Orlando Agape Christian-Lake Mary Prep game Friday night, I couldn't help but imagine Agape's RB Serge Trezy or WR Drico Johnson wearing Dr. Phillips blue. Or maybe LMP's DE-WR Asa Powell or LB-RB Ray Lewis III in Edgewater red. It's...
  • Possible changes to five health law provisions could have big effects

    Possible changes to five health law provisions could have big effects
    The Republican effort to repeal the health care law is sure to founder in the Democratic-controlled Senate, but that doesn't mean that the GOP is ending its assault on the law. House Republicans are already beginning work in committees to lop off and...
  • Seattleites spent 120 million hours volunteering in 2010

    Seattleites spent 120 million hours volunteering in 2010
    More than 60 million Americans volunteered 8.1 billion hours of their services in 2010 in work valued at nearly $173 million, according to a new report. Whether it is tutoring and mentoring students, fundraising, job training or assisting during...
  • Bringing vegan to the people

    Bringing vegan to the people
    Seitan Wellington, it's what's for dinner this holiday season. At least it is if you're vegan, interested in becoming vegan, trying to balance your meat-heavy diet or just hanging around in the Spork Foods kitchen. Founded four years ago by sisters...
  • The ATM that sucked my money back

    The ATM that sucked my money back
    When Robert Hillestad tried to withdraw 200 pounds from an automatic teller machine in London last April, he got a bait-and-switch. Almost literally. "While waiting for the machine to reel off my receipt, the bills that had been dispensed were pulled...
  • It's cool to be country

    It's cool to be country
    The Coen brothers' "True Grit," which plays out over rural Arkansas and the Indian Territory of the 1870s, is the duo's highest-grossing film to date, and last week it became the second-most-nominated movie in this year's Oscar race. Earlier in January,...