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  • Monster Mash: Bryan Cranston joins 'Rock of Ages'; surfing Madonna artwork makes waves in San Diego

     
    'Rock of Ages' movie signs on Bryan Cranston...
  • Class 2A track: Girls discus throw

     
    The big news here wasn't as much about who won, but about who didn't. Tavares senior Kalen Hambrick, the meet favorite who has a throw of 142-2 during the season, fouled on all three of her throws and failed to place. The UCF signee, though, was...
  • Critic's Notebook: Glenn Beck says goodbye

     
    Now-former Fox News personality Glenn Beck closed "The Glenn Beck Program" Thursday night with what amounted to an hour-long monologue -- technically 42 minutes, minus commercials, by his own estimate. (There were clips, and he exchanged a few words with....
  • Miami-Dade, Duval schools threatened with closure, look likely to get reprieve

     
    Four schools in Duval County and two in Miami-Dade County faced closure or new management because their students this year once again did poorly on the FCAT. But Education Commissioner John Winn announced Friday that he would recommend a reprieve —...
  • Pop & Hiss premiere: New video for Gabriel Kahane's single 'L.A.'

     
    Singer and composer Gabriel Kahane taps L.A. filmmaker Lewis Klahr for "L.A." music video. Gabriel Kahane's sophomore album, "Where Are the Arms," will be released Sept. 13....
  • National World War II Museum in New Orleans salutes the Greatest Generation

    National World War II Museum in New Orleans salutes the Greatest Generation
    Why, of all places, is the National World War II Museum in this sultry Gulf Coast port, better known for its jazz, party beads and occasional Category 3 hurricane? Because famed World War II historian Stephen E. Ambrose wanted it that way. Ambrose,...
  • Knights off to 3-0 start

    In an intersectional matchup with Venice High that was predicted to be a shootout, the most potent weapon in the St. Francis football team's arsenal turned out to be a fire extinguisher. Setting a tone of defensive dominance from the first quarter,...
  • Porchlight's tuneful ambition

    Porchlight's tuneful ambition
    Under its new artistic director Michael Weber, Porchlight Music Theatre is going to concentrate on this pithy and concise mission: "American Musicals. Chicago Style." So what, exactly, does that mean? "Well," Weber said in an interview earlier this...
  • Redistricting session off to cloudy start

    Lawmakers returned to Richmond Monday on a dazzling sunny day, but the effort to redraw Virginia's political maps remains clouded with partisan fighting and political gamesmanship. On Monday morning, the House and Senate Privileges and Elections...
  • Gordon Parks

    Gordon Parks
    From the Kansas Historical Society: African American photographer, author. Born November 30, 1912, Fort Scott, Kansas. Died: March 7, 2006, New York City, New York. Gordon Roger Alexander Buchanan Parks was born November 30, 1912, in Fort Scott, Kansas,...
  • Eleven make their bows to society

    Eleven make their bows to society
    For nearly 60 years, The La CaƱada Thursday Club has sponsored young women from our community in the "Bal Blanc de Noel" presentation of Les Fleurettes debutantes. This year, the Thursday Club will present 11 young women to society at a black-tie gala...
  • Tuesday, January 11, 2011

    5 - 8:30 a.m. Greg Jarrett 6:39 a.m. Greg chats with a representative from the Chicago Department of Transportation as they begin the massive undertaking of fixing the city's potholes. 7:09 a.m. What does Illinois' chief fiscal officer think about the...