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Special CorrespondentFall is about to color foliage a zillion shades of yellow, red and orange. Here are 10 options for leaf peepers who want to enjoy autumn panoramas --some of the programs are by land and others by sea. BY LAND Bike Escapades -- You can bike amidst the...
(WGN-AM)- A former special education teacher acquitted of charges that he physically abused several of his students has sued the Village of Schaumburg and a police detective, claiming he was maliciously prosecuted. Patrick McCarthy, 32, of Palatine filed...
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Love and Summer A Novel William Trevor Viking: 212 pp., $25.95 That William Trevor has not yet received the Nobel Prize in Literature strikes me as a shame. Surely his absence from the list of laureates has more to do with the politics of national...
Richard Poirier, a literary critic and writer who was one of the founders of the Library of America, a monumental effort to keep American literary classics in print and accessible to the reading public, died Aug. 15 at Roosevelt Hospital in New York. He...
Tribune reporterDES MOINES -- During the weekly Sunday afternoon drag show at The Garden, one of this state's handful of gay clubs, a crisis emerged. As audience members nursed their beers in the dim room, the performer scheduled to next step forward and twist and...
I heard them well before I saw them. It was a rumbling — a force to be reckoned with. As the Suburban rolled down Foothill Boulevard, eight frolicking teenagers moved to the beat of "Boom Boom Pow," by the Black Eyed Peas. "Seniors 2010" was painted...
Tags: Dr. Seuss, Education, Schools, High Schools
Jacket CopySome say the world will end in fire, Some say in ice. From what I???ve tasted of desire I hold with those who favor fire. But if it had to perish twice, I think I know enough of hate To......
Sentinel Staff WriterThousands of years have washed over this slender sandbar of a barrier island called Anastasia. But only recently has man written his history on this coastline. As you stand along the park's barren, wind-swept beach, squinting inland over light-washed...
Special to Tribune NewspapersWhen Bea Jacobson goes to work in the morning, she doesn't have to dress up or down -- just way back, to the clothes her forebears wore in the late 1800s. Her outfit includes a chemise, drawers, corset, long cotton stockings, petticoats, a bustle, all...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterCALIFORNIA Taste of Yountville Mustard lovers and others can graze at this Napa Valley event, part of the annual Mustard Festival, which ends March 29. Tastings are provided by 15 area restaurants, 20 local wineries and a variety of mustard and olive-...
Tribune staff reporters1. George Washington had to borrow money to go to his own inauguration. 2. Perhaps the greatest myth of U.S. inauguration history is that William Henry Harrison's long speech in chilly weather caused his death in 1841. True, Harrison didn't wear a hat or...
Tom Braden, a former CIA operative who became a syndicated newspaper columnist, liberal co-host of the CNN talk show "Crossfire" and author of "Eight Is Enough," a 1975 memoir that spawned the popular television series, died of natural causes Friday at...
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