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You know you live in a wild news town when a massive manhunt for an ex-cop leads to a dramatic shootout and inferno on a snow-covered mountain, the mayor pitches a tax increase that's beginning to look like attempted extortion, and the rebuked local...
Vince Lampert grew up in the Haughville community on Indianapolis' west side. He said he saw a lot of things in his neighborhood as a boy, but nothing like he saw on a trip to Rome for study at the Vatican in 2006. “Probably the most bizarre...
Tags: Crucifixes, Halloween, Movies, Jesus Christ, Religion and Belief
"You didn't really have (to) think much for yourself," a nun says of her early years, in the new documentary "Band of Sisters," which has its world premiere at the Siskel Film Center this week. "All that went unchanged for years and years and years...
Tags: David Byrne, Vatican City, Music, Roman Catholicism, Politics
At least Nero played the fiddle while rome burned. But us? Apparently we can’t even read a thermometer. While evidence of climate change piles up around us like withering piles of corn stalks our esteemed leaders are only allowing us to head...
Today we are talking about being drugged versus being focused. As a believer in Jesus Christ I read the newspaper and watch the 6 o'clock new with a different perspective than I had previous to my salvation. Just bear me out. War is everywhere. Taxes are...
*1/2 (out of four) Woody Allen’s character in “To Rome with Love” feels inadequate if he’s not working, whether or not he has any quality ideas. Ah, the veteran writer-director knows himself so well. This is such minor Allen, who...
Tags: Penelope Cruz, Woody Allen, Europe, Celebrities, Ellen Page
As we head into a busy holiday season highlighted by Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's, let me be among the first to wish you Merry Diwali and a Happy Al-Hijra! Diwali, a Hindu holiday known as the "festival of lights," starts Tuesday. On Thursday,...
Tags: Holidays, Business, Realty, Passover, Religious Festivals
Chicago Symphony Orchestra music director Riccardo Muti has added yet another honor to his long list of awards. On Monday at a gala ceremony in Rome, the Italian maestro, 70, was presented with the 2012 McKim Medal from the American Academy in Rome....
If you've arranged or planned a cruise for this summer or fall, chances are you're getting a good deal. Base cruise prices are still low, compared with many land vacations, and you can take advantage of the many good rates. But cruise lines, like...
With great power comes great responsibility, but powerful men often make for lousy, irresponsible politicians. (Insert personal observations on certain presidential candidates here.) With "Coriolanus,"one of William Shakespeare's toughest, most...
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