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KTLA NewsPOWAY, Calif. -- Thousands attended a memorial service Saturday afternoon for Chelsea King, the 17-year-old girl whose body was found at Lake Hodges after she went missing while jogging near the lake. Students handed out around 8,000 sunflowers wrapped...
The Daily MirrorEleanor Roosevelt urges clemency for Caryl Chessman. An evocative story by the late Paul Weeks about a teenager who died in a spectacular car crash while running from the police. Eleanor Roosevelt, Aldous Huxley, Ray Bradbury, Steve Allen and Theodore...
Money & CompanyThis post corrects an earlier version There can be few institutions more despised as 2010 begins than big U.S. banks, but what can the average person do about it? The answer, according to Huffington Post website founder Arianna Huffington and......
The Hero ComplexThis blog is typically devoted to the heroes (and horrors) of fiction and film, but on this Saturday let's turn the attention to the inspiring leaders, transcendent artists and maverick souls of the real world. Author Brad Meltzer has a......
Show TrackerImmediately after she learned she had been nominated for her lead role on "Parks & Recreation," Amy Poehler says she did some online banking, withdrew some money and bought herself a small plane. "I should really find out if any......
The Daily MirrorJuly 11, 1960: In the photo above, Sen. John F. Kennedy (D-Mass.) tells photographer Joe Kennedy “No pictures, please” while sitting with Vel Phillips on July 10, 1960. The photo was taken during a rally at Shrine Auditorium led by the Rev. Martin...
Washington BureauWASHINGTON — It was a day that combined high-minded political rhetoric with the very best of pop culture. Tens of thousands of citizens, a throng more than a mile long on the National Mall, braved cold weather and long security lines to attend a...
Tribune staff reporterThe men opened the hive and bees swirled up into the sky like sparks from a fire. Bees flew through the weedy yard and past the chain-link fence. They flew into the alley, where a woman braced herself against the hood of a police car. Bees flew toward...
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Economic factors, contamination fears and the Locavore movement feed a boom in backyard vegetable growingTribune reporter"I can't wait until spring," says author Bill Alexander. "I miss lettuce. I haven't had any decent lettuce for months." He's not the only one waiting eagerly for the growing season to begin. All signs are that 2009 will be a banner year for vegetable...
Fashion CriticMichelle Obama may be a trained lawyer with an Ivy League education, but on Tuesday night she will be America's Top Model. What she wears to the inaugural balls will set the style agenda for the administration and hold a mirror up to what it means to be a...
Tags: J. Crew, Rosalynn Carter, Jay Leno, Government, Michelle Obama
Mr. America How Muscular Millionaire Bernarr Macfadden Transformed the Nation Through Sex, Salad, and the Ultimate Starvation Diet Mark Adams Harper: 292 pp., $25.99 Before Jack LaLanne and Jane Fonda, an odd man with an odd name reigned as America's...
Sun staffPlayer of the Year: Matthew Centrowitz, Broadneck He didn't run in as many open races as in seasons past, but there was no doubt Centrowitz was the area's top performer this spring. He locked up that distinction with spectacular performances in big...
Tags: Sports, Track and Field, Discus Throw, Shot Put, Athletes
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