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  • Michael Jackson was surprise guest on family vacation of former Laurel High teachers

    Michael Jackson was surprise guest on family vacation of former Laurel High teachers
    Alan Goldstein taught chemistry and his wife, Lynn Goldstein, taught biology at Laurel High School in the 1970s. Alan Goldstein had a few memorable incidents at Laurel High, and a great story about a surreal vacation his family experienced with superstar Michael Jackson. He recalled some of these memories in a phone interview from his home in Las Vegas, where he and his wife live in retirement.
  • Get your jingle on at these Laurel holiday happening

    Holiday candlelight tours — Fri., Dec. 7 and Sat., Dec. 8, 6-9 p.m., Montpelier Mansion, 9650 Muirkirk Road. Music, candlelight and traditional holiday greens. Local garden clubs display decorations throughout house; area performers entertain...

    Macaulay Culkin's Band Booed Off Stage, Doused With Beer at British Music Festival

    It looks like free pizza wasn't enough to win one audience over. Macaulay Culkin and his comedy cover band The Pizza Underground was booed off stage and pelted with beer over the weekend while performing at British music festival Dot to Dot in...

    Small-town grocers thrive in North Shore towns

    Small-town grocers thrive in North Shore towns
    This is a tale of two neighborhood grocery stores, two teenage stock boys and two entrepreneurial long shots. It's also a tale of loyal shoppers hailing from two North Shore towns, Glencoe and Winnetka, whose patronage of small businesses in their...

    Patrick McGoohan: The spy who started it all

     Patrick McGoohan: The spy who started it all
    There's never been a TV series quite like "The Prisoner," which premiered in England in 1967 and debuted in the U.S. the summer of 1968 on CBS. Best described as James Bond meets George Orwell filtered through Franz Kafka, the cult series revolved...