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  • Seth MacFarlane Endorses Ex-WGA President Patric Verrone's State Senate Run

    "Family Guy" creator Seth MacFarlane and comedian Richard Lewis have endorsed Patric Verrone's campaign for State Senate. Both have worked with Verrone during his career as a TV writer and producer. The former WGA West president announced last month that...
  • International Youth Media Summit Tackles Tough Social Issues

    The ninth annual Intl. Youth Media Summit, founded by teachers Evelyn Seubert and James Gleason from Cleveland High School Media Academy in Reseda, Calif., and Aileen Marshall of Screen School in Scotland, brings together young filmmakers between the ages...
  • Feminist Majority Pulls Out of Beverly Hills Hotel Event to Protest Sultan's 'Taliban-Like' Penal Code

    The Feminist Majority Foundation is moving its annual awards event from the Beverly Hills Hotel because the hotel's owner, the Sultan of Brunei, has imposed a "Taliban-like" penal code on the country set to start to go into effect on Thursday. Instead of...
  • Hillary Clinton's 'social gospel' good enough for Democrats

    Faith is making a comeback among liberal Democrats, but they still have a way to go. First, some history. Hoping to attract some Evangelical Christian votes more than 20 years ago, former vice president Al Gore wrote that the biblical story of Noah...
  • Moving Out: The Bulkeley Mansion In West Hartford

     Moving Out: The Bulkeley Mansion In West Hartford
    The historic value of the classic European-style Georgian colonial known as the Bulkeley Mansion in West Hartford was not lost on Keith Garner when he bought the estate as a single father in 1992 for $685,000. But that's not why he bought it. "With...
  • Forum to focus on women in 3 religions

    Forum to focus on women in 3 religions
    An upcoming interfaith forum will take a closer look at the important role women play in Judaism, Christianity and Islam. The forum, "Women Who Shaped Our Faith," will be Sunday at The Prayer Center, 16550 S. 104th Ave, Orland Park. Registration is at...
  • Democrats go a-courting as the Senate hangs in the balance

    Nearly a generation ago, MSNBC's Chris Matthews coined a description of our two political parties that may turn out to be his most enduring contribution to American punditry. Republicans, Matthews wrote, were the "Daddy Party," all about military security...
  • Michelle Obama, daughters to visit China this month

    Michelle Obama, daughters to visit China this month
    WASHINGTON — First lady Michelle Obama will travel to China this month with her daughters, Malia and Sasha, and her mother, Marian Robinson, for a trip built on the theme of education, her office announced Monday. The March 19-26 trip will include...
  • A historic gold in women's ski jumping

    A historic gold in women's ski jumping
    SOCHI, Russia — The smile on Lindsey Van's face did not quite match her place in the final standings. The U.S. ski jumper finished 15th in the normal hill event on Tuesday night, well off the podium, but did not seem the slightest bit upset. "I'...
  • In the case of My Brother's Keeper, race does — and should — matter

    In the case of My Brother's Keeper, race does — and should — matter
    President Obama announced last week a new race-based initiative, My Brother's Keeper. According to the White House, the program will coordinate government agencies and private foundations to help young men and boys of color. "Of color" basically means...
  • Review: 'The Big Lie' by Tanya Selvaratnam

     Review: 'The Big Lie' by Tanya Selvaratnam
    "After my daughter was born, for like, a year, I was so angry." It was a snowy night in Brooklyn and I was having dinner with a friend, the mother of a 6-year-old who was born, after no small amount of anguish, when my friend was 38. "I felt like I...
  • Red vs. blue: The battle lines of 2014

    Red vs. blue: The battle lines of 2014
    The conventional wisdom is that this fall's congressional election will be all about Obamacare. Republicans, it's argued, will try to expand their majority in the House and take the Senate with a campaign focused mostly on the failings of President Obama'...