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  • Lindy Duncan, Jaye Marie Green into U.S. Women’s Amateur second round

     
    A birdie/birdie start helped Fort Lauderdale’s Lindy Duncan jump out to a quick lead, moving into the second round of match play at the U.S. Women’s Amateur with a 2-and-1 victory over Tennessee’s Lauren Stratton. Boca Raton’s Jaye...
  • Long, sad slide of B’nai B’rith’s Klutznick Museum

     
    The Jewish Daily Forward has a story about how the Kluznick Museum in Washington, which used to draw 100,000 visitors a year, has fallen on hard times recently. The museum's collection includes a letter from George Washington to a Rhode Island Hebrew...
  • Eastern Washington tops FCS preseason top 25 poll

     
    Eastern Washington tops FCS preseason top 25 poll...
  • Official rules - Greg Jarrett's ultimate summer at Wrigley giveaway

    To Enter and Play: NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. To play, listen to the Greg Jarrett show on WGN Radio at 6:50 a.m. June 14 through June 17, 2011. Around 6:50 a.m., Greg Jarrett will give listeners the cue to call 312-591-7000. The 7th caller on the contest line...
  • John La Farge and the Art of Longing

    Some artists are like pilgrims — they travel to exotic locales to make a connection or garner inspiration. Often the settings are primitive or illustrative of a simpler life, one unsullied by the encroachments of modernity. John La Farge was one...
  • Deluxe: Summer Flavor

    Deluxe:  Summer Flavor
    If the live bands, parade, classic car show, road race and kids' activities aren't enough to lure you to the Branford Green for the Branford Festival, June 17-19 (branfordfestival.com), the tempting line-up of food vendors surely will. Start off with...
  • Restaurant review: Raise a glass — not a fork — at One-Eyed Mike's

    Restaurant review: Raise a glass — not a fork — at One-Eyed Mike's
    It was a roaring hot day, and the dark, cozy bar and dining room inside One-Eyed Mike's was packed. "It's an hour wait if you want to be seated inside," a bartender said. "We can seat you immediately outside." That was fine with us — the dining...
  • Paul Newman's Oasis In Ashford; Actor Created A Special Place Where Kids And Families Can Leave Their Problems Behind

    Paul Newman's Oasis In Ashford; Actor Created A Special Place Where Kids And Families Can Leave Their Problems Behind
    WEST SUFFIELD -- As soon as Tim and Cara Beneski heard the news on Sept. 26, 2008, they called their sons to "The Island," their king size bed that is haven for family time. "We told them Paul Newman had passed away," Cara said. "They were hysterical, so...
  • A Light Taste Of Summer With Andrea Beamon

    A Light Taste Of Summer With Andrea Beamon
    - This summer Whole Foods Market & Veria TV are cooking up some healthy dishes to "Unlock the Taste of Summer." Celebrity TV Andrea Beaman knows how to prepare knows a little something about natural, healthy food preparation. As the ambassador of the...
  • Effort to tax online sales could cost Maryland jobs

    Your recent editorial advocating taxation of online sales ("The digital divide," June 26) understates the legal and practical difficulties of imposing such a tax. Far from being a "subsidy" or "tax exemption" for such sellers, the current law is based on...
  • State reclaims stake in film production

    State reclaims stake in film production
    Tax incentives for movie and television production are keeping jobs and billions of dollars in California, according to a study released Tuesday. The state incentive program launched in 2009 has created 20,000 industry jobs, spurred more than $20 in...