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Most of us know someone who has been laid off. And many of us are aware of someone else, if not ourselves, who subsequently had to humble themselves to find another job. They've taken a lower salary, perhaps, or retreated toward entry level. Maybe, in...
LONDON, Ont. – Her clothes were dark, mostly black, for both practices Tuesday, and the hue fit the expressionless mask that covered Yuna Kim’s face. The convulsive, gloomy and interpretively challenging music for her short program, from...
The Hartford CourantAlthough they represented the opposite poles of femininity — the intimidating, well-respected and unyielding Iron Lady vs. the adorable, well-beloved and sassy Cutie Pie — both Margaret Thatcher and Annette Funicello shaped my universe growing...
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,...
Until recently, the Vera Wang bridal shop in Singapore imposed a non-refundable $482 fee to try on dresses. And last month a health food retailer in Australia posted this notice on its door: “As of the first of February, this store will be...
"The Sapphires," which opens Friday, is the crowd-pleasing, based-on-actual-people story of four young Aboriginal women who team up with a male Irish manager and perform for American troops in Vietnam, so it's covering its bases internationally. The...
Even for fans for such prior endeavors as "The Bomb-itty of Errors" and "Funk it Up About Nothin'," a hip-hop version of "Othello" sounded like a stretch for the Q Brothers, that bizarre pair of theatrically inclined Caucasian rappers, born and raised...
Aleksandar Hemon landed in the United States two decades ago, January 1992. He was 27, a young Bosnian journalist from Sarajevo arriving on a one-month visa, arranged through a cultural exchange program sponsored by the State Department. Just after he...
Tags: Book, Junot Diaz, James Joyce, Tribune Tower, Andy Wachowski
Viewed from the American side of the water, the fanfare about the discovery of the bones of the last Plantagenet monarch probably seems a bit quaint. Having determined that the remains found in Leicester, U.K., a few months back are indeed those of...
Former U.S. Treasury Secretary and former Goldman Sachs CEO Henry Paulson worked as a career coach Friday for University of Chicago MBA students. He started with the rather unhelpful, yet charming, anecdote about setting off for Dartmouth College and...
NANGALE, Tanzania — Only about half the dogs Anna Czupryna is studying in Tanzania have names. Dogs are different here. They are foragers and night watchmen who are treated more like livestock than pets. But when the dogs of north-central Tanzania...
Tags: Research, Holidays, Teachers, Media Industry, Rentals
My Grammar Police columns have devoted quite a bit of attention to the practice of treating plurals as possessives by punctuating them with apostrophes. I've been encouraging readers to take photos of business signs with this error, and I've gotten...
Tags: Mitt Romney
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