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  • Larry Zarian's life celebrated

    Larry Zarian's life celebrated
    Since former Glendale Mayor Larry Zarian passed away about a month ago, his sons have gotten to know him in a different light. “We’ve been introduced to him all over again,” said his son, Lawrence Zarian, at the a “Celebration...
  • Chan Lowe: President Gingrich's inaugural

    Chan Lowe: President Gingrich's inaugural
    Thank you, Newt, for ensuring that Mitt Romney does not win the nomination in a cakewalk. He doesn’t deserve it.    Yesterday, Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey—in his sad, yet trenchant endorsement comments—exhorted caucus-goers...
  • Fox59 Sports' Best of IHSAA Awards: The Year that was 2011-2012

    I'll have to admit, it was a tough chore finding the perfect opening lyrics to this year's Best of IHSAA Awards column. What could get you, the reader, ready for a 7,000 word year-of recap? What would get me, the writer, motivated and ready to tap out...
  • Andrew Zimmern Talks About 6th Season Of 'Bizzare Foods America'

    Andrew Zimmern Talks About 6th Season Of 'Bizzare Foods America'
    Andrew Zimmern stopped by to talk about the sixth season of "Bizarre Foods America," which kicks off with the 100th episode in Las Vegas on Monday, July 9 at 9pm. Get ready to dive into pigeon pie in Austin, barbeque some armadillo in Central Florida and...
  • Mesa Musings: Ali inspires my fight with Parkinson's

    Several nights ago I dreamed I met heavyweight boxing champ and cultural icon, Muhammad Ali. He turned 70 last week. Though I've been a fan for decades, I confess I've never dreamed of him before. The setting was a surreal, red carpet-like environment,...
  • Chan Lowe: Newt's unlikely bedfellows

    Chan Lowe: Newt's unlikely bedfellows
    There is a rich history of political parties trying to influence the opposition’s winnowing process, in order to ensure that the least viable candidate is ultimately presented as the nominee.   No one should be surprised that the Democrats are...
  • Shakespeare Would Have Had A Field Day With Our Narcissism

    If Shakespeare were alive today and banging out plays on his laptop he would probably have had a different view of mankind. "All the world's a stage," he might have written, "And all the men and women merely leading actors and actresses in a hit new...
  • Muhammad Ali Trainer Angelo Dundee Dies At 90

    Muhammad Ali Trainer Angelo Dundee Dies At 90
    Celebrated boxing trainer Angelo Dundee, Muhammad Ali's cornerman in his greatest fights, died Wednesday at the age of 90. "Angelo died surrounded by family and friends," his family said in a statement. "He was very happy that he got to celebrate Ali's...
  • Fight the Power: Bruce Lee as hero of the downtrodden

    Fight the Power:  Bruce Lee as hero of the downtrodden
    Bruce Lee, the Chinese martial arts megastar who died in 1973, has attained a kind of global cultural-icon status, on par with, say, James Dean, Elvis Presley, Miles Davis, Malcolm X, Bob Dylan, Muhammad Ali, Marilyn Monroe, Bob Marley, Che Guevara and Al...
  • Census: U.S. Population to Near 313 Million on New Year's

    Census: U.S. Population to Near 313 Million on New Year's
    NEW YORK -- The U.S. population is expected to top out at close to 312.8 million people just around the time crowds gather to watch the ball drop on New Year's Eve, according to new census data released Thursday. The figure represents a 0.7% increase...
  • Dunbar's short MMA career ends in tragedy

    Dunbar's short MMA career ends in tragedy
    The room at Mojoes in Joliet was filled with, at most, a few hundred people. The crowd wasn't loud. Maybe it was bored after having watched eight mixed martial arts fights. Maybe it was tired as the buzz wore off that December night. Not Jeff Dunbar....
  • Clueless in Washington

    So I am watching Bill Maher’s last show of the season Friday, and he had an unusual panel: three people who never screamed at one another – two rather tepid liberals and a rather tepid Tea Party guy. I have no idea where he found all of them...