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  • With the tie clock, lunch is at half past paisley

     
    Why buy Dad a tie for Father's Day when you can buy him 12? The whimsical home accents at the recently opened EdenLA include the quirky Tie clock, a one-of-a-kind update on the Father’s Day standard. With a dozen patterned ties radiating from the...
  • Writers chronicle Africa in sync with World Cup

     
    Writers of African descent from Europe and America are winding their way across Africa; they're joining African authors who are writing about their experiences, all in coordination with the World Cup. It's for Pilgrimages, a project of the Chinua Achebe.....
  • UK vs. USA Karaoke

     
    I guess in the spirit of World Cup, Sean Perry over at aXis Magazine and the folks at The Social have decided to start a monthly karaoke night wrapped around “VS Karaoke.”...
  • Celebrate your inner Jamaican at Bob Marley — A Tribute To Freedom

     
    Feel free to celebrate Jamaica Independence Day at Bob Marley — A Tribute To Freedom on Saturday afternoon....
  • A return to Ukraine

    On a flawless late-summer day in eastern Ukraine that mimicked the nation's flag of sky blue over harvest gold, I stood at the top of a hill and stared into the grassy ravine where Nazis dumped the corpses of my Jewish grandparents and great-grandparents....
  • Chapter 3: Growing Violence, Dwindling Fortunes

    The Victor Gerena who appeared at Annhurst College was nothing like the young man who had shown such promise only months before, at Bulkeley High School in the gritty South End of Hartford. Annhurst was in Woodstock, Conn., a town of dairy cows and...
  • Compromise on alcohol leaves Afghans shaken, stirred

    No one wants to see Abdul Jabar Sabit when he walks into a bar. Yet nervous workers still rush up, with forced smiles and handshakes, asking if he'd like a soda or a seat. Sabit wants neither. In his traditional robe and hat, with a full, white beard, he...
  • Mr. Basketball of Illinois 2000 | East St. Louis' Darius Miles: Regarded as one of the three best high school players in the nation, he takes Illinois' top honor by a landslide

    Mr. Basketball of Illinois 2000 | East St. Louis' Darius Miles: Regarded as one of the three best high school players in the nation, he takes Illinois' top honor by a landslide
    Ethel Miles didn't think her son had a chance. Even though 6-foot-8-inch Darius Miles is considered among the three best players in the nation, mom was convinced that Brett Melton of Mahomet-Seymour would win the Mr. Basketball of Illinois award. "I...