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— Amid the skyscrapers and coal power plants in this fast-growing manufacturing city of nearly 13 million people, eager investors filed into a convention center that thumped with dance music from a Florida beach party video. On sale was the dream...
Time stands still for no one. Before long, we'll be shopping for fall fashions and school supplies. But there's time for a late-summer escape. We've come up with four destinations that, while you might never have heard of them, are engaging and...
Flanked by officiants of the Ecumenical Catholic Church and local parishioners, activists seeking to reopen the shuttered St. Francis by the Sea Church met Friday to elect an executive board and appoint an interim bishop to again open the historic church'...
Somerset wins golf opener CRESSON — Doug Reckner and Cory Kinsinger shot a pair of 79s to pace Somerset’s 418-491 victory over Penn Cambria in a scholastic golf match season opener Tuesday. Rounding out Somerset’s scoring were Peter...
On Connecticut stage this fall, we've got Greeks (The Oresteia, directed by Mitchell Polin at Trinity College Dec. 1-13) and Moderns (three world premieres this season at the Yale Repertory Theatre alone, starting with Amy Herzog's relationship drama...
These days, you hardly ever encounter the name Martha Clarke without the words “MacArthur Genius Award Winner” preceding it. A choreographer best known for her multidisciplinary approach to dance, Clarke teamed with playwright Alfred Uhry,...
You hardly ever encounter the name Martha Clarke without the words "MacArthur Genius Award Winner" preceding it. A choreographer best known for her multidisciplinary approach to dance, Clarke teamed with playwright Alfred Uhry (he wrote the Atlanta...
The Shakers are a religious group that came to America from England in 1774 led by Mother Ann Lee. The group grew until there were 18 Shaker communities in the eastern part of the country. Some of the communities made furniture that was sold to...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterDESIGNED more than 100 years ago, the Adirondack chair has become an emblem of American summer -- a symbol of the country's simpler virtues, "just like Mom and apple pie," says Craig Gilborn, former director of the Adirondack Museum in Blue Mountain Lake,...
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May 21, 2009 I LOVE ... ... the colorful spring flowers planted at City Hall and the Daley Center. It gives me a "lift." -- Barbara Rieffel, Chicago . . . Phil, the Navy Pier trolley driver, who befriends every passenger and is such a wonderful...
Sun StaffConsumers are finally getting a breather from the soaring cost of gas. For the first time in a month, the national average price of gasoline fell to less than $2 a gallon, according to two separate surveys. And the Lundberg Survey reported that the...
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Remember when "chicks" used to be pejorative? No more, not after the Dixie Chicks steamrolled the competition at the 49th annual Grammy Awards on Sunday night in front of 12,000 at the Staples Center. The Chicks ran the table in the top categories,...
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