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Mother's Day

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Top Mother's Day Articles

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  • Commentary: The face of homelessness is a single mom

    Orange County, meet the new face of homelessness: a single mother in her 20s with two young children. Of the estimated 12,700 homeless Orange County residents — an alarming number by itself — nearly half are young mothers struggling to care...
  • 818 Roundup: Home in historic Glendale district approved for demolition, Woodbury University graduation ceremony features marriage proposal

    818 Roundup: Home in historic Glendale district approved for demolition, Woodbury University graduation ceremony features marriage proposal
    Good morning, readers! Today is Sunday, May 11 -- happy Mother's Day! Weather for the Glendale area is expected to reach a high of 85 and a low of 58 degrees, according to the National Weather Service. In the news from your area: - In Glendale, about a...
  • TV ratings: 'Rosemary's Baby' soft; 'Once Upon A Time' finale steady

    TV ratings: 'Rosemary's Baby' soft; 'Once Upon A Time' finale steady
    NBC had trouble birthing its remake of the horror classic "Rosemary's Baby" on Mother's Day, while the season finale of "Once Upon a Time" propelled ABC to a ratings victory.  According to early numbers from Nielsen, the first installment of the two-...
  • 'Neighbors' Collects $51.1 Mil, Unseats 'Spider-Man' in Box Office Shake-Up

    King of the keg-stand this weekend, Universal's R-rated frat comedy "Neighbors," with its estimated boffo $51.1 million opening, interrupted the Stateside reign of "The Amazing Spider-Man 2," which fell a steeper-than-expected 59% in its second frame...
  • Review: Susanna Phillips and Eric Owens present Schubert

    Review: Susanna Phillips and Eric Owens present Schubert
    If the Chicago Symphony Orchestra had an intimate performance space appropriate for art-song programs, such events might not be such a hard sell and we might more often hear concerts on the order of the wonderful all-Schubert song recital given by soprano...
  • Toews comes through in a big way again

    Toews comes through in a big way again
    With 15 minutes, 27 seconds left in a tied, tense game Sunday night at the United Center, it felt like the right time for the Blackhawks to get serious. Captain Serious, of course. Jonathan Toews detests that nickname almost as much as he hates...
  • Mother of victim in Dixmoor Five case: We don't have closure

    Mother of victim in Dixmoor Five case: We don't have closure
    Cateresa Matthews' murder haunts her mother to this day. It's been more than two decades, and the killer hasn't been brought to justice. Fourteen-year-old Cateresa was raped and murdered in 1991. Last week, authorities announced they were re-opening the...
  • Where these chefs are taking mom for Mother's Day

    Where these chefs are taking mom for Mother's Day
    Ask chefs who most influenced their cooking or to whom they attribute their success, and they're likely to tell you it was mom. "My mom told me to follow my passion and work hard and luckily I listened," says Ari Taymor, chef-owner of downtown...
  • Film Review: 'Breastmilk'

    An ecstatic montage of lactating nipples, squirting and spraying their nutrient-rich fluids to a soaring performance of "Casta diva," is the jaw-dropping visual highlight of "Breastmilk." Fortunately, the rest of Dana Ben-Ari's gently affecting and...
  • Grandmother of slain boy, 15: 'He went just like his father'

    Grandmother of slain boy, 15: 'He went just like his father'
    The grandmother of a 15-year-old boy slain in the West Pullman neighborhood on Mother’s Day said her grandson died just like his father four years ago: gunned down on a Chicago street. “He went just like his father. He got shot twice,”...
  • Lakers' week in review

    Lakers' week in review
    The NBA playoffs advanced to the second round, but the Lakers have been on vacation for almost a month. Jodie Meeks completed his degree at the University of Kentucky, graduating over the weekend. Nick Young received votes for the NBA sixth man of the...
  • Lakers tweet out Mother's Day greetings

    While the Clippers battled the Oklahoma City Thunder at Staples Center on Sunday afternoon, a number of vacationing Lakers took time to post Mother's Day messages on Twitter. "I'm very fortunate to have the mother I have. To all the mothers in the...