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  • MEET DR. SHARON PETITJEAN

    Profession: Medical director of Riverside PACE at 4107 W. Mercury Blvd., Hampton, 251-7977. She also serves on the faculty of Riverside's Family Practice Residency and as medical director of the Dementia Unit at The Gardens at Warwick Forest. Education:...
  • Tomlin wins popular vote

    Pittsburgh's Mike Tomlin received the Motorola Coach of the Year award as voted on by fans. Goes to show the power of the Steelers' rabid faithful. The NFL's official Coach of the Year honor went to the Atlanta Falcons' Mike Smith. Miami's Tony...
  • Super Bowl notes: Salary cap to increase

    "An uncapped season isn't going to hurt us," said Tennessee Titans center Kevin Mawae, president of the union. "The sky's the limit (on salaries)." Starting to make their case for a larger share of revenue, the union released a study that estimates...
  • Food companies sign up for war on salt

    Food companies sign up for war on salt
    For decades, people have been ignoring advice to eat less salt — in large part because it's hard to avoid. Processed and restaurant foods are simply loaded with sodium. Now, under growing pressure from doctors, consumers, states, advocacy groups...
  • A lively, good time in Bisbee

    A lively, good time in Bisbee
    About 100 miles southeast of Tucson is the historic gold and copper mining town of Bisbee. The once-bustling city has been transformed into an artisan community, with an almost cult-like following among returning tourists. In a town historically...
  • At 6-8, 320, Orlando East River sophomore OT Adam Duckett won't be unknown for long

    At 6-8, 320, Orlando East River sophomore OT Adam Duckett won't be unknown for long
    It seems impossible, but somehow 6-foot-8, 320-pound Adam Duckett has managed to go unnoticed. Of course, those walking down the hallway at East River High surely notice the hulking offensive lineman, a rising junior who won't go unnoticed much longer....
  • Extension 720 Audio Archives, June 2005

    Two of Extension 720's oldest friends from the Field Museum--provost Robert Martin and adjunct curator James Phillips--talk about the latest research into the origins and descent of human beings. One of the topics is the recent discovery of a supposedly...
  • L.A. in Wooden's words

    L.A. in Wooden's words
    EVEN though most people call him Coach, John Wooden prefers to think of himself as a teacher, and not just one who taught hundreds of UCLA basketball players during his 28 seasons coaching the Bruins. His Pyramid of Success, a diagram of core values,...
  • Street ball games offer entre to the world behind hip-hop

    In the hip-hop underground, you earn respect by deejaying to reveal your musical knowledge, emceeing to cleverly pass along your world view, working with a crew to promote concerts and unity and creating graffiti art that honors past struggles and...
  • Ms. Basketball of Illinois 2005 | Bartlett's Lindsay Schrader: Notre Dame signee goes the distance

    Ms. Basketball of Illinois 2005 | Bartlett's Lindsay Schrader: Notre Dame signee goes the distance
    Kristina Tinsley is married now with a 13-month-old daughter, Skylar. But Tinsley clearly remembers what she said to her gym teacher seven years ago when she was a freshman at Bartlett. That teacher, Denise Sarna, thought it would be a good idea for...