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Death to the Dictator! A Young Man Casts a Vote in Iran's 2009 Election and Pays a Devastating Price Afsaneh Moqadam Sarah Crichton Books/Farrar, Straus & Giroux: 150 pp., $22 After a botched election last year decried as fraudulent by the opposition,...
Brand XKanye West to play MTV Video Music Awards on Sept. 12? That's what Us Weekly says, returning the rapper to the scene of his infamous Taylor Swift interruption. We hope the country cutie is wrinkling up her pretty little forehead plotting the greatest...
The Fabulous ForumIf anyone deserves a break after one preseason game, it's New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning, who may not play Saturday against the Pittsburgh Steelers: Manning is undergoing more tests to make certain he didn't suffer a concussion -- in......
KTLA NewsLOS ANGELES -- The Los Angeles Police Department is searching for a sophisticated suspect who "escaped like Jason Bourne," but detectives believe he may have fled the country. The investigation began on April 19th when police and fire units responded...
Tags: Defense, KTLA, Federal Reserve, New Jersey, U.S. Secret Service
The Glendale Centre Theatre's goal has always been to produce quality plays with a "Gee" rating. As in "Gee whiz. Gosh darn. That was a pretty good show, honey." Believe it or don't, that's the kind of thing you'll hear the grown-ups saying in the lobby...
Tags: Toys, Children, Elan Corporation Plc, Lasagna, Joan Cusack
Fox59.comJohn Hicks told police he was taking the trash out in the back of his home near the corner of Bookside and Parker around 10:00 p.m., when a man approached him with either an ice pick or a screw driver. Hicks says the man forced him back inside the home...
Tags: Minority Groups, Eyewear, Tennis, Sex, Crimes
There was a logjam at the door of a makeshift schoolhouse one recent morning, because everyone was being scanned with a metal detector. There was a reason for that. Of the 50 students filing in for class, 45 were once gang members -- in at least 30 rival...
(WGN-AM)- For those who can stand heights, the new "Ledge" that will allow visitors to the Sears Tower Skydeck to look straight down 1,353 feet opens Thursday at 9 a.m. The Ledge--actually enclosed glass boxes--extends about 4.3 feet from the building,...
Tags: Chicago Tribune, Willis Tower, Cloud Gate, WGN, Millennium Park
Sentinel Staff WriterHe had plastered his art all over New York City streets and subway stations. But then Dixie Rodriguez found a new canvas for his "street art" that police couldn't force him to wipe clean -- his shoes. Rodriguez was a high-school senior when he first...
Tags: Defense, Armed Forces, Bob Marley, New York City, U.S. Navy
McClatchy Tribune NewspapersThe New York Times recently reported that Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin's hair was thinning as a result of extreme stress. If so, doctors say, she's not the only one. Dermatologists say that although life's normal ups and downs aren't enough to precipitate it,...
I just got back from a week in New Mexico, and that usually means, by rough calculation, having consumed approximately 21 meals based on chile, most of it green. That's not including snacks. This time the number was far lower. And for the first time I can...
Tags: Hiccups, Foods and Beverages, California, New Mexico, Travel
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