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Margaret Thatcher never cared much for feminism and other progressive equal-rights movements. Yet she deserves to be honored by those of us who do, whether we like the result of her politics or not. Thatcher, who died Monday at age 87 after a stroke,...
Can you be for female empowerment in the workplace, believe there is an unjust double standard for women in every aspect of life from assertiveness to sexuality, observe Equal Pay Day and generally be just feminist as f*** while still thinking Sheryl...
When Tim O’Brien’s collection of Vietnam War stories, “The Things They Carried,” was published in 1990, a New York Times reviewer placed it “high up on the list of best fiction about any war.” Which must have pleased O&...
Yankee fans, including my wife, find it endearing and slightly pathetic that while they invoke the names of World Series-winning heroes to exalt their team's history — Ruth! Gehrig! DiMaggio! Reggie! Derek! — Cub fans grow dewy-eyed to...
Tags: Chicago Cubs, Radio, World Series, Book, Spring Training
According to a survey conducted by the Bertelsmann Religion Foundation Monitor, the United States is the most religious nation in the industrialized world. The Pew Forum's U.S. Religious Landscape Survey found that 88% of the Americans it surveyed are...
email@example.comSo picture this: You go to the movies and there is no soundtrack accompanying the film. No music to set the scenes, to enhance the moods, to heighten the suspense. Do you think the impact would be the same as if there were a musical score to guide you...
Remaking beloved movies is always a risky proposition, and few films are as beloved as Sam Raimi's 1981 low-budget horror classic "The Evil Dead," which tells the story of five college kids stuck in a cabin with an ancient tome and murderous demons....
Beethoven is such a dominant figure in classical music history that the Hermitage Piano Trio's all-Beethoven program will be heard by an eager audience on Saturday, April 6 at 8 p.m. at Howard Community College's Smith Theatre. This second concert in...
Tags: Music, Concerts, Radio, Music Industry, Howard Community College
Change of SubjectAn excellent April Fools prank video from Google In tone and conception this is reminiscent of the "Saturday Night Live" parody ads for the First CityWide Change Bank: We can give you fifty singles. We can give you forty-nine singles......
The government in Britain recently did something interesting. It asked everyone receiving an "incapacity benefit" -- a disability program slowly being phased out under new reforms -- to submit to a medical test to confirm they were too disabled to work....
Tribune reporterWASHINGTON — Republican U.S. Sen. Mark Kirk reversed course Tuesday and announced his support for gay marriage, entering a contentious national debate and providing potential political cover for Illinois House GOP members who may soon vote on the...
Tags: Radio, Rob Portman, U.S. Senate, Entertainment, Thomas R. Carper
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