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AP Sports WriterPITTSBURGH (AP) — Erik Bedard keeps going out and giving the Pittsburgh Pirates a chance to win. If only Pittsburgh’s offense could do the same, wasting another solid effort from the veteran left-hander sparkled again on Sunday in a 5-1...
Sentinel Staff WriterAw, c'mon, Daylight Savings Time isn't THAT bad. And, in theory, it gives you an extra hour of daylight in the theme parks. Here's what you can see this week in Orlando's theme parks and attractions. + It's a double-dip weekend at Universal's Mardi...
Chad Landis slumped down in a chair in an office adjacent to Liberty's locker room at Memorial Gym on Wednesday night. The Hurricanes season had come to an end about 15 minutes earlier with a 55-47 loss to Allen and Landis was coming to terms with an...
HOURS CHANGES AT CHICAGO POST OFFICES, STARTING JANUARY 17TH AMC O'Hare 11600 Irving Park Rd. MONDAY-FRIDAY 4 pm - 7 pm SATURDAY Closed Aon Center 200 E. Randolph St. MONDAY-FRIDAY 8:30 am - 5 pm SATURDAY Closed Auburn Park 8345 S. Ashland Ave. MONDAY-...
Sentinel Staff WriterYou'd best have a song in your heart this week at Central Florida's theme parks. In-park concerts and other events are in full swing, building up to a blockbuster weekend. Let's tackle it chronologically: + Carl Dixon, formerly of the Guess Who, performs...
Sentinel Staff WriterDid someone say chocolate? Here's a quick look at what's happening this week at Central Florida theme parks and attractions: + There are two servings of chocolate programs this Saturday at the Orange County Regional History Center. Food writer and...
Sentinel Staff WriterWhat's hopping this week at Central Florida theme parks and attractions: + "Beyond Baseball: The Life of Roberto Clemente," an exhibit about the late Hall of Famer/humanitarian, opens Saturday at the Orange County Regional History Center in downtown...
Tags: Kennedy Space Center, Aquatica, Concerts, Music, Science
The East Haven Police Department is totally racist! — and that's the opinion of the Department of Justice. In a new report, the federal agency claims officers are more likely to pull over Latino drivers and they treat them more harshly when they do....
Tags: Danbury, Stratford, New Canaan, Social Issues, Racism
On New Year's Eve in 1972, a plane carrying baseball star Roberto Clemente crashed about a mile off the shore of Puerto Rico. The right fielder for the Pittsburgh Pirates was en route to Nicaragua to deliver aid to earthquake victims. He was 38 years old....
When I was a kid, the Pittsburgh Pirates were amazing. They were truly the best thing that could have happened to any kid from Western Pennsylvania. To this day, the players' names come rolling off my tongue as if I were a 12-year-old boy again: Roberto...
Tags: Baseball, Piracy, Sports, Bill Mazeroski
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