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Staff WriterFor 70-year-old May Quan Woo, being born and raised in El Centro meant that celebrating the Chinese New Year was extra special because it was a way for her and her family to stay tied to their Chinese roots. “Culture is very important. If we don&...
The players on both sides played their hardest during Sunday's Super Bowl, but few observers would disagree that an awful lot of luck — if that's what you want to call it — was involved in the Ravens' victory. After the game we heard...
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The top player in golf isn't in the Northern Trust Open field this week at Riviera Country Club and his name isn't Tiger Woods. Rory Mcllroy, the Northern Ireland four-club clover who is still ahead of No. 2 Woods in the World Golf Rankings, took a...
Special to the TribuneSt. Patrick senior guard Elijah Watson had the best seat in the house — right next to coach Mike Bailey — during the Shamrocks' loss to Dundee-Crown last week. Bailey benched Watson and a handful of other St. Patrick players for one game for...
Would you give a friend or family member an item of used clothing as a Christmas gift? I put this question to two of my colleagues. They both saw it as a no-brainer. "Sure," said one. "My mom and I do it all the time." "No way," said the other. "That'...
firstname.lastname@example.orgIn Germany, St. Nicholas visits children Dec. 6, accompanied by Krampus to take away those who were bad. Charles Sekula, 67, who grew up just outside Munich, Germany, was taken away when he was 5. “Krampus takes away the bad children until...
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A swastika was spray-painted in red on a road near an elementary school in Lutherville this weekend, and neighbors are hoping it will be removed before schools reopen Wednesday. "As I was approaching, I was like, 'That isn't what I think I just saw in...
The Hartford CourantWalk into the high-ceilinged, wondrously cluttered studio of the inventive Hartford kinetic sculptor Anne Cubberly and you step into the workshop of a creative visual artist's unbounded imagination. Although small, even a bit claustrophobic, this is...
It's nothing new for Notre Dame guards Jake Maestranzi and Donte Stephenson, but the program for Friday night's East Suburban Catholic League showdown showed their backcourt opponents from St. Patrick each with a 6-inch height advantage. That didn't...
With "The Da Vinci Code" author Dan Brown's news Tuesday morning that he would be releasing a new Robert Langdon adventure in May, we thought it wise to check in with the movie prospects for Brown's last Langdon tale, "The Lost Symbol," which resided on...
MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. — On a night they summoned memories of the Four Horsemen, they were delivered only the Apocalypse. Instead of winning one for the Gipper, they lost one for the ages. On a night when myth and magic were punched in the face...
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