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  • My Thoughts on Michael Clarke Duncan

    My Thoughts on Michael Clarke Duncan
    When it comes to death with celebrities, you get weird reactions. If it’s somebody like Amy Winehouse, you might hear somebody cavalierly say “It figures.” If it’s Phyllis Diller, the response might be “Wasn’t she in...
  • Muhammad Ali pays visit to Ravens

    Muhammad Ali pays visit to Ravens
    As the Ravens finished up their final full practice before their season opener against the Cincinnati Bengals on Monday night, they welcomed a visitor who left some of their players in awe. Legendary boxing champion Muhammad Ali took in today’s...
  • Michael Phelps, Muhammad Ali at Ravens' season opener

    Michael Phelps, Muhammad Ali at Ravens' season opener
    A day after the Ravens were visited by boxing legend Muhammad Ali at their practice facility in Owings Mills, they hosted another one of the greatest athletes in modern history at Monday night’s season opener at M&T Bank Stadium. Olympic swimmer...
  • A tale of few bus routes

    A tale of few bus routes
    To the riders who watched the CTA board vote last week to cut their bus route so the agency could beef up service in other areas, consider the plight of Little Village. In 1997, the CTA eliminated a bus route that traveled along 31st Street because the...
  • Muhammad Ali's childhood home bought by fan

    Muhammad Ali's childhood home bought by fan
    Before he was known as the greatest, Cassius Clay, aka Muhammad Ali was just a kid, living in a small one-story house in Louisville, Ky. The house now belongs to one of the boxer’s biggest fans. Jared Weiss, a Las Vegas real estate investor...
  • Tables fit for a king

    At Tark's Grill, diners arrive early for a shot at Table 601, with views of the patio scene and the goings-on at the bar. At Hampden's hot new Food Market, regulars have started zeroing in on the two quiet tables by the front window. And at Kali's Court,...
  • The new old Louisville starts to hum

    The new old Louisville starts to hum
    LOUISVILLE, Ky. — First came the art galleries. Then the boutiques. Then the food and drink (craft and farm-to-table, thank you very much). Then the — record store and trendy barbershop? Yes, yes, yes and yes, and that equation, spread across...
  • Pastry legend Lutz Olkiewicz passes away

    Pastry legend Lutz Olkiewicz passes away
    Long before gaudy, gooey cupcakes became America’s default dessert, there was Lutz Olkiewicz. During his 25 years at the Drake Hotel,Chicago's grand master of sugar createddelicate pastries, elegant cakes and intricately decorated tortes....
  • Parents with Olympian tasks

    Parents with Olympian tasks
    Nearly two decades ago, at age 24, one of America's most decorated distance swimmers decided to retire. "I felt like I'd done it all," recounts Janet Evans, who competed in her first Olympics at age 16. "I'd won four gold medals over three Olympic...
  • No evidence that sex spoils sport

    No evidence that sex spoils sport
    LONDON (Reuters) - The ancient Greeks believed athletes should avoid sex before sport, but modern Olympians and scientists are torn over the merits of in-competition coitus and whether abstinence enhances performance. For years coaches and athletes...
  • Hollywood producer testifies of being strong-armed for campaign contribution

    When his multimillion-dollar deal at the Illinois teacher pension board suddenly stalled in Springfield seven years ago, Hollywood producer Thomas Rosenberg turned to an old friend for help. William Cellini, a Springfield power broker whom Rosenberg knew...