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THE 54TH ANNUAL GRAMMY AWARDS The 54th annual GRAMMY Awards took place at The Staples Center tonight and music’s biggest night belonged to Adele. The singer won six awards including Album of the Yearand Best Pop Vocal Album for 21 and Record of...
BOLOGNA, Italy — In downtown Bologna, dinner's cooking in a first-floor apartment overlooking the Piazza San Francesco and its imposing 13th-century red-brick church. Vegetables are being chopped, a piece of fish is rinsed under the tap. Bouillon...
A Mom and The Mouse - Orlando SentinelDisney Cruise Line kicks off its holiday season Nov. 19 with the first of three Thanksgiving voyages. All three ships will offer traditional Turkey Day activities with feasts and football games broadcast live on the outdoor jumbo screens by the pools....
The WatcherLet's talk below about "Christmas Comes But Once a Year," Sunday's episode of "Mad Men." "You're old fashioned, you know that?" --Peggy Olson We've seen Don Draper do terrible things. He scornfully fired our beloved Sal. He's ripped into Peggy on a...
Television critics of the world unite: Let's start reviewing shows whenever the heck we get around to it. That's the model Netflix appears to be recommending with its decision to release 15 episodes of "Arrested Development" Sunday without making any...
Rita Mixon made the 16-hour drive from Alabama to Allentown to sell 35 different varieties of loose tea at the annual Mayfair Festival of the Arts. "People in the North drink more tea," she said. But the southern vendor got hot and bothered when she...
As afternoon light tried to filter through the thick, stained-glass windows of Sharp Street United Methodist Church last weekend, Marco K. Merrick pounded out the bass line of a spiritual on a raw-sounding piano, singing along in a raspy voice: "Great...
Minutes after arriving by bus at an outlet mall in Cabazon, a dozen or so Chinese tourists hustled out to buy luggage that they planned to stuff with high-end clothes, shoes and bags. But not Guoshing Cui, a Samsung supervisor from Guangzhou. He made...
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Tribune reporterCREAL SPRINGS, Ill.-- Oil and gas companies and environmental groups have hashed out legislation they say would make Illinois a national leader in protecting public health and the environment from fracking. The proposal covering the process more...
Email your faith briefs to email@example.com. Include an address for the event and a phone number where you may be reached. Deadline is noon Wednesday. ABERDEEN ALLIANCE CHURCH 1106 S. Roosevelt St., 605-225-9724, aberdeenalliance.org...
With every new season there is anticipation of what the weather will bring and the events and traditions that make each special. Along the North Shore from park districts to chambers of commerce there are events new and beloved well worth marking on the...
All Germaine Smith-Baugh wanted was to find another way to do her job. As she put it: "I literally woke up one morning thinking, 'How can we better serve small businesses?'" Small and minority-owned businesses, big-city communities and economic...
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