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Montgomery Gentry are getting ready to release their seventh studio album this fall. The CD, 'Rebels on the Run,' was borne, they say, of blood, sweat and tears -- which makes it the most personal project of their 12-year career. "In a lot of ways the...
Billy Ray Cyrus is going to be a grandfather -- and Miley an aunt! E! news has confirmed that Trace Cyrus, the adopted eldest son of the country singer, is expecting his first child with girlfriend Brenda Song, a Disney Channel actress best known for...
Sun StaffFour days after Isabel lashed Maryland, scores of Baltimore-area roads remained blocked yesterday by toppled trees - some ensnared by power lines and awaiting utility crews - and crippled by malfunctioning traffic lights. Workers in Baltimore and the...
Chicago TribuneThere were three swift boats on the river that day in Vietnam more than 35 years ago--three officers and 15 crew members. Only two of those officers remain to talk about what happened on February 28, 1969. One is John Kerry, the Democratic presidential...
Like "linoleum," "escalator" and "zipper," the term "semicustom house" infiltrated our language as a marketing term then stuck like caulk to a contractor's boot. Merriam-Webster Dictionary still does not acknowledge the term. ("Semiantique," "semi-ionic"...
Cheeseburger Bureau ChiefThe Capital Grille"The Grille's Signature Cheeseburger," $14 Lunchgoers in Streeterville can't afford the "European lunching" method. That is, spend three hours and a couple bottles of wine slow-dining. Acknowledging our hurried lifestyles, The...
Fast friends? President Barack Obama reportedly will meet with business and technology leaders Thursday in San Francisco. Among those expected to be in attendance: Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg, 26, whose company Obama praised during his State...
Tags: Mark Zuckerberg, Pennsylvania, Facebook, Barack Obama, Illinois
Special to the TribuneReducing your carbon footprint can be as simple as caring for trees, says Edith Makra, arborist and community trees advocate at The Morton Arboretum in Lisle. "Among the many benefits trees give us, trees store carbon and reduce carbon dioxide in the...
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Special to the Tribune"The plump buds of balloon flower almost beg to be popped," writes Richard Hawke in his report on the Chicago Botanic Garden's five-year evaluation of Platycodon grandiflorus and 19 of its cultivars. Don't pop too many, though, or you'll miss out on the...
The Wall Street JournalEnvironmentally conscious homeowners can trick out their homes with a bevy of "green" products, including carpets, windows -- even dog beds. Now, they can pay for those homes with green mortgages. Lenders are the latest group to jump on the...
Tags: Pennsylvania, Real Estate Buyers, Kansas, Florida, Illinois
MCCLATCHY-TRIBUNE: Philadelphia InquirerThis pronouncement may be coming too early in spring, but I think we've made it through another winter virtually unscathed. I say "too early" because winter weather can return even in May. For the last few years, I've decided against writing...
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