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Hope you had a happy Fire Prevention Week. As we all know, the only good fire is the one that's prevented. Gov. Martin O'Malley proclaimed Oct. 7-13 as Fire Prevention Week. According to State Fire Marshall William Barnard, the National Fire Protection...
For many, Fire Prevention Week is a weeklong event in October, but for Harford County's fire departments, the whole month is dedicated to teaching residents about fire prevention. "Fire Prevention Week has actually evolved into Fire Prevention Month...
Everyone loves a good scare. Witness the success of the horror movie genre, wild amusement park rides, and the increasing popularity of adventure sports. While these thrills provide a good adrenaline rush, not all scares have a happy ending. In just...
Chicago Tribune reporterWhen the president of All Hallows College in Ireland saw the regal man on the framed canvas, he knew the portrait buried in a Dublin basement should head home to Chicago. The painting of Patrick Feehan, Chicago's first Roman Catholic archbishop,...
Jacksonville Journal-Courier, Ill.Around the state, fire agencies are generating public awareness on how to prevent possibly becoming a victim of arson, something fortunately a rarity in the Jacksonville area. The Illinois Office of the State Fire Marshal is promoting its yearly arson...
Adler Planetarium 1300 S. Lake Shore Drive; 312-922-7827, adlerplanetarium.org America's first planetarium has one of the world's greatest collections of antique astronomical instruments. One of those is the fully restored Gemini 12 spacecraft flown by...
The hardest thing about visiting Chicago is deciding where to take the kids first — Chicago's famous Lakefront where you can ride bikes and in-line skate, or Lincoln Park where you can visit one of the few free zoos (http://www.lpzoo.org) in the...
RedEyeReview: The Glunz Tavern 1202 N. Wells St. 312-642-3002 Rating: !! (out of four) Give it some time The Glunz Tavern has been gathering 90-plus years worth of dust—that's not quite as long as the Cubs' World Series drought, but it's still pretty...
We take you away from the finger-pointing championship in Washington to report on other ferocious blizzards of blame occurring elsewhere: Yoko Ono, in a newly released interview, said the Beatles' breakup wasn't her fault — it was probably Paul...
Scientists have yet to prove that there is a genetic predisposition to good writing, but as they continue the search they would do well to read "The Chocolate Money," the first novel by a former Chicagoan named Ashley Prentice Norton. This novel,...
For RedEyeThe sharp footwork on the field at Toyota Park isn't the only teamwork you'll find taking place at Chicago Fire games. And yet to the casual fan, the action taking place as Section 8 unfurls its latest colorful tifo display can be just as...
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