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Blake Shelton took the time to meet 17-year-old Crohn’s Disease patient Mandy Rolbiecki before his performance at Wisconsin’s Country Jam USA last week. Thanks to the Make-a-Wish Foundation, Mandy was able to hang with the Voice coach and hear...
The Indiana House came into session this morning with only two of the 40 Democrats on the floor. With only 58 legislators present, there was no quorum present to do business. The House needs 67 of its members to be present. Rep. Terri Austin, D-...
My husband, Eric, and I are usually do-it-yourselfers, but on our first trip to the Boundary Waters between Canada and Minnesota, we paid an outfitter, who provided the tent, sleeping bags and meals — even a first-aid kit. Our fully outfitted...
Tribune reporterA 35-year-old man was speeding and had marijuana in his system when his sports car crashed into a carload of people on the Northwest Side earlier this week, killing a mother and her teenage son and seriously injuring three children, prosecutors said today...
Times Staff WritersPresident Bush has moved past Sen. John F. Kerry in three of the most hotly contested Midwestern battleground states despite continued doubts about the country's direction and the president's policies, new Los Angeles Times polls have found. According to...
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Sentinel Staff WriterScrounging for gasoline and ice, living without lights or air conditioning and now scrambling for child care on short notice because some schools will stay closed for another week, Central Floridians struggled Monday to deal with the woes caused by...
Associated PressClark Rockefeller might not be a real descendant of the oil tycoon, but if authorities and reports are to be believed, he sure was a lot of other things: •A German student named Christian Karl Gerhartsreiter, who lived with families in...
Tribune staff reporterFirst impressions: With a couple of friends tagging along, I checked out this relatively new burger joint, which sits along South State Street near the Congress Parkway. Buttressed by a bookstore and a 7-Eleven, Epic Burger didn't look like much from...
Tribune restaurant criticI'd be strongly tempted to nominate Niche as the best new restaurant for 2006--if it were a new restaurant. But though Niche may have opened its doors in August, it's essentially a phoenix-like revival of the acclaimed Geneva restaurant 302 West.302 West...
Tribune restaurant criticToday we salute the noble pancake, that syrup-topped breakfast staple that earns sneers from dieters and cheers from just about everybody else. There's nothing like a great pancake--piping hot, uniformly light brown with an inner texture like a fine...
Democrat Dan Seals and Republican Robert Dold are selling themselves to suburban voters as candidates who will provide "independent leadership" in Congress. But a look at their tax returns and economic disclosures shows neither can claim financial...
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