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Haiti

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  • Pamela Anderson talks training for N.Y. Marathon to benefit Haiti

    Pamela Anderson talks training for N.Y. Marathon to benefit Haiti
    Pamela Anderson is running in the New York City marathon in November to help raise funds for Haiti. Now if only the streets of New York were lined with sand and everyone were required to wear a red swimsuit ... The former "Baywatch" babe, 46, has...
  • Variety Honors Hollywood's New Leaders

    Bert Marcus, 31 Producer, Bert Marcus Prods. Most documentaries bored USC grad and former Clear Channel worker Marcus, so he decided to make interesting ones like "Teenage Paparazzo" (acquired by HBO at Sundance 2010), "How to Make Money Selling Drugs"...
  • Plantation author to discuss her 'Masterpieces of Haitian Art'

    Plantation author to discuss her 'Masterpieces of Haitian Art'
    The paintings in the book "Masterpieces of Haitian Art" are filled with vibrant color and the tropical exoticism of a country whose people, says author Candice Russell, display a "vibe of resourcefulness and excellence" much of the world has yet to...
  • JetBlue eyeing more new routes from Lauderdale airport

    JetBlue Airways is aiming to add more routes from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport as part of its goal to grow its presence from 65 daily flights to 100 flights, CEO Dave Barger told the Sun Sentinel Thursday before speaking at an event...
  • Lafayette's Ingram contributes to football, medical teams

     
    When I asked Damarcus Ingram why he chose Lafayette College over Lehigh, Illinois State, Tennessee Tech and a number of other Southern schools, he never mentioned the Bourger Varsity Football House, Fisher Field or the coaching staff, things that...
  • U.S. leads Philippine disaster relief but most Americans unengaged

    U.S. leads Philippine disaster relief but most Americans unengaged
    One in three overseas Filipinos lives in the United States and the U.S. government is leading the international relief effort after Typhoon Haiyan, but most Americans are tuned out of the disaster's aftermath, the Pew Research Center reported Tuesday. A...
  • Sandy bulks up to Category 2; Strong winds expected in S. Florida

    Sandy bulks up to Category 2; Strong winds expected in S. Florida
    Hurricane Sandy strengthened into a Category 2 storm overnight as it began bearing down on southeastern Cuba. With its track nudged closer to our shores, Hurricane Sandy threatens to rough up South Florida with gusts up to 60 mph and bursts of rain, with...
  • In search of a Dominican feast

    In search of a Dominican feast
    SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic — Strange as it may sound, finding good Dominican food isn't so easy in Dominican restaurants. The best Dominican food, I'm told, is served in Dominican homes. If you get that kind of invitation, well, lucky you;...
  • The Go Guide Weekend Preview: Drink and run in your Daisy Dukes?

    The Go Guide Weekend Preview: Drink and run in your Daisy Dukes?
    After a few years practicing in cities around the country, and a couple of last-minute test runs in St. Petersburg in November and in Orlando at Christmastime, the Tap ‘N’ Run is ready for the fit and fashionable athletes of Fort Liquordale....
  • Mary Novotny Jeffries advocates for amputees

    Mary Novotny Jeffries advocates for amputees
    Mary Novotny Jeffries was 11 when she lost her right leg, from the hip down, to bone cancer. When she returned to the home she shared with her parents and eight siblings on Chicago's South Side, everything — and nothing — had changed. "I...
  • In Haiti, at every turn, a new surprise

    In Haiti, at every turn, a new surprise
    PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti — Two turns off the alley and I was hopelessly lost. In less than five minutes, I couldn't see the guest house where I had been staying for a week, even though it was one of the taller buildings in Haiti. With a few quick...
  • Chicago Tribune All-State Academic Team

    Chicago Tribune All-State Academic Team
    Scott Beck By John P. Huston,Tribune reporter Scott Beck's brain isn't the only instrument he uses to help him excel at math and science. Beck, a Highland Park High School senior, turns to the French horn to "kind of keep me balanced and keep me...