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  • Northrop Grumman awards grants to Mt. St. Joseph High School and St. Agnes School

    Northrop Grumman awarded a $200 grant to both Mt. St. Joseph High School and to St. Agnes School for use in the schools' science, technology, engineering and mathematics programs. In an email, Mt. St. Joseph High School spokeswoman Jess Jankoviak said...
  • With Tony Fitzpatrick, it's 'Stations Lost' and summer found

    With Tony Fitzpatrick, it's 'Stations Lost' and summer found
    With his gig at the Steppenwolf Theatre now seemingly an annual event, Tony Fitzpatrick is taking on the air of Garrison Keillor, and his motley crew of sidekicks is looking a bit like a cut-rate cast of "Prairie Home Companion." As seen from the back...
  • Book review: 'The Novice: A Story of True Love'

    Book review: 'The Novice: A Story of True Love'
    The Novice A Story of True Love Thich Nhat Hanh HarperOne: 147 pp., $23.99 The novel, as a storytelling device, begins with that white parchment of possibility, turns many tricks, reveals many truths and, in the best of hands, can exploit the very...
  • Bobbie Lee Holmes dies at 84; teacher challenged neighbors' racism

    Bobbie Lee Holmes dies at 84; teacher challenged neighbors' racism
    Bobbie Lee Holmes, a Los Angeles public school teacher who won an early victory for fair housing in California when she and her husband used the courts to challenge the racism of their Pacoima neighbors, died Sept.19 in Petaluma. She was 84. The cause...
  • Geraldine Ferraro dies at 75; shattered political barrier for women as vice presidential nominee in 1984

    Geraldine Ferraro dies at 75; shattered political barrier for women as vice presidential nominee in 1984
    Geraldine A. Ferraro, the savvy New York Democrat who was embraced as a symbol of women's equality in 1984 when she became the first woman nominated for vice president by a major party, died Saturday at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. She was...
  • Bernadine Healy dies at 67; doctor led Red Cross relief efforts after 9/11

    Bernadine Healy dies at 67; doctor led Red Cross relief efforts after 9/11
    Dr. Bernadine Healy, a hard-charging cardiologist and educator who was the first woman to lead the National Institutes of Health and later commanded American Red Cross relief efforts after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, died Saturday at her home in Gates...
  • Anita Caspary dies at 95; 'rebel nun' founded Immaculate Heart Community

    Anita Caspary dies at 95; 'rebel nun' founded Immaculate Heart Community
    During a showdown with the Catholic Church in the late 1960s, Anita Caspary and the Los Angeles order she led, the Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, were cast as "rebel nuns" for progressive reforms that included abandoning the nun's habit and...
  • Vic Dunlop dies at 62; zany comic

    Vic Dunlop dies at 62; zany comic
    Vic Dunlop, a zany and irreverent standup comic with a natural flair for making people laugh, has died. He was 62. Dunlop died of complications of diabetes Saturday at Glendale Adventist Medical Center, said his wife, Linda. -------------------- FOR THE...
  • Pakistan seminary raid finds students held in abusive conditions

     
    Police rescued approximately 50 students late Monday from an Islamic seminary in Karachi, Pakistan’s largest city, several of whom were reportedly chained in a basement, denied food and pressured to join the Taliban....
  • Cambodia after the killing fields

    Cambodia after the killing fields
    A muddy, weed-choked field in the hills of northern Cambodia is the last resting place of Khmer Rouge leader Pol Pot, chief instigator of a communist regime that enslaved a nation, dismantled its social and cultural institutions and took the lives of 2...
  • 'Dexter' recap: It's hammer time!

     
    I was optimistic about this new season of “Dexter” for one particular reason: the smirk on Dexter’s face in the screener’s press photos. Of course, it’s understandable that Dexter was a bit of a downer last season, with his...
  • Vouchers No Magic Bullet: Researchers Split On Their Effectiveness.

     
    If you ask Gov. Tom Corbett how to fix what ails Pennsylvania’s public schools, you’ll get an unequivocal answer: “What we need to do is create the competition,” the Republican said as he rolled out his revamped school reform...