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  • Report: Charlie Sheen Found Naked, Incoherent In Trashed Hotel Room

    Report: Charlie Sheen Found Naked, Incoherent In Trashed Hotel Room
    Police were called to a posh midtown Manhattan hotel early Tuesday after a reportedly drunk, half-naked Charlie Sheen was discovered in a trashed room with a woman said to be an escort. Sheen, 45, was staying at The Plaza Hotel, located on Fifth Avenue...
  • As easy as pie

    As easy as pie
    The image of the Mona Lisa, a wolf and a sinister skeleton's face were illuminated from within the thick-skinned pumpkins they were carved on, drawing in passersby. A crowd started to form around the small booth as Gene Granata, a master carver, began...
  • Naperville Park District Candy Cane Lane

    December 17-The Naperville Park District will host the Candy Cane Lane at the Barn - Main Floor, 421 W. Martin Avenue from 6:30p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Have some family holiday fun at this most wonderful time of the year! The Barn Recreation Center will be...
  • Pancakes for the soul

    Pancakes for the soul
    On NBC's "The Office," Rainn Wilson comes off as the ultimate corporate schemer — a man seldom inclined to question his own judgment, let alone the spiritual side of life. But Wilson is quick to point out that Dwight Schrute, the former...
  • Briefly In Education

    Culverhouse outcooks Austin again For the second year in a row, Thurston Middle School Principal Joanne Culverhouse took the crown at SchoolPower's second annual Lumberyard Chef Challenge last week. Culverhouse's "surf" inspired menu defeated Laguna...
  • Small Wonders: Becoming purposeful tourists

    Small Wonders: Becoming purposeful tourists
    Keeping the kids entertained is a parent's primary job. It ranks higher than feeding and cleanliness. In the throes of a good time, hunger and head lice are but minor annoyances. With a free day, where could the wife and I take the kids without...
  • Engagement: Bigelow-Manning

    Tricia A. Bigelow, daughter of the late Judge M. Ross and Janet Bigelow of Long Beach, was recently engaged to Terrance J. Manning, son of Don and Rose Manning of La CaƱada. The couple announced their engagement while on a family vacation in Washington,...
  • Horoscopes

    ARIES (March 21-April 19): You aren't missing much. Singles who bump into an alluring new someone might have to pass up the chance for romance due to previous commitments. In the end, you will be glad you exercised restraint. TAURUS (April 20-May 20):...
  • Yosemite National Park, in winter's grip

    Yosemite National Park, in winter's grip
    It is early February — Super Bowl weekend — and Yosemite is quiet. The crowds that clog the roads and tramp through the meadows during the other seasons are now gathering around their big-screen TVs with chips and dip. I have the park to...
  • Songwriter's son held without bail after designer girlfriend's choking death at posh NYC hotel

    Songwriter's son held without bail after designer girlfriend's choking death at posh NYC hotel
    An Oscar-winning songwriter's son was having trouble accepting his breakup with his swimsuit designer girlfriend, prosecutors said Saturday as he was charged with trying to kill her at a swanky New York City hotel. Nicholas Brooks, 24, was ordered held...
  • Oscar Winner's Son Arrested In Designer's Death

    The son of an Oscar-winning songwriter was arrested Friday on charges of choking his girlfriend, a fashion designer found dead and half-clothed in a bathtub overflowing with water in a posh hotel, police said. Nicholas Brooks, 24, was arrested on charges...
  • A Balcony View: Struggling with emancipation

    A Balcony View: Struggling with emancipation
    Limits. We all have them. For instance, this weekend we all got to see what our own personal tolerance for heat was. I already knew mine. Let's just say I prefer a more "polar ice cap" climate. And even though it was interesting to see what it feels...