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  • Popular Godfrey Lee Teacher Dies After Kentwood Head-On Collision

    Popular Godfrey Lee Teacher Dies After Kentwood Head-On Collision
    A popular Godfrey Lee teacher has died tonight as the result of injuries sustained in a head-on collision. The collision occurred around 5 p.m. in Kentwood, near 52nd Street and Kalamazoo Avenue. Mr. Alfredo "Fred" Solis had been teaching for five years...
  • Students React to Beloved Teacher's Tragic Death

    Students React to Beloved Teacher's Tragic Death
    Students and staff at Godfrey-Lee Middle and High School are mourning the sudden death of a beloved teacher and coach who was killed in a car crash the day before graduation.  The School's graduation is scheduled to start at 7:00pm, Thursday; roughly 24...
  • 10 things you might not know about Chicago authors

    10 things you might not know about Chicago authors
    There's no point in getting wordy, so we'll simply remind you that the Tribune-sponsored 27th annual Printers Row Lit Fest takes place June 4-5. For now, here are 10 "chapters" of Chicago lit: 1 Ben Hecht, who co-wrote the play "The Front Page" and was a...
  • Dallas Sucks

    Dallas Sucks
    Houston and Dallas, we just don't like each other when it comes to sports, but rarely do we find trash talking between franchises. Not anymore. Our in-state soccer rivalry between the Dynamo and FC Dallas just got more intense thanks to the Dynamo....
  • Pam McNaull of Pompano Beach ministers with good food

    Pam McNaull of Pompano Beach ministers with good food
    Pam McNaull, of Pompano Beach, finds a recipe she likes and sticks with it. She's built a repertoire of dishes perfect for entertaining church youth groups, men's clubs and women's committees. That has helped her to join with her husband in his...
  • The New Orlando: Orlampa -- The middle of somewhere

    The New Orlando: Orlampa -- The middle of somewhere
    As his hot-air balloon rises above the bustling interstate below, Kermit Weeks squints to see the morning sun peek over Orlando. Technically, the city is 40 miles away. In reality, it's getting closer all the time. The entrepreneur welcomes mushrooming...
  • When in-laws bring crazy to the table

    When in-laws bring crazy to the table
    Nagging is one of the worst things an in-law can do, because it makes you feel stupid. If they're so worried about your situation, they should sit down and help you develop a concrete plan. When we were starting out, me, my wife, and our three girls lived...
  • Cross-country road trip

    Cross-country road trip
    As I thought about my two-week cross-country road trip this summer, I was wary about going it alone. But I found plenty of people to keep me company on the drive -- or rather, many of them found me. (SEE PHOTOS HERE) I solicited tips in the Travel...
  • Tips for travelers with allergies

    Tips for travelers with allergies
    Traveling can be tough enough, but if you or other family members suffer from food allergies, hitting the road can be a nightmare. About 4% of adults and up to 8% of children younger than 4 have allergies to various foods and additives, according to the...
  • Pregnant breast cancer patients more likely to survive

    Pregnant breast cancer patients more likely to survive
    There may be few pregnancy nightmares worse than finding a lump in one’s breast, given the dueling fears that if it’s cancer, treatment could harm the developing fetus, while delay and pregnancy hormones could fuel a tumor’s growth....
  • Curcumin's anti-inflammatory powers are unproven

    Curcumin's anti-inflammatory powers are unproven
    The products: Humans have long believed in an almost magical connection between strong flavors and good health. The burn from the hot pepper? It must be energizing the body. The pungent tang of a raw oyster? It must be energizing a very particular part of...
  • Cord-blood donation encouraged

    Cord-blood donation encouraged
    To donate the stem cell-rich umbilical cord blood produced during the birth of her daughter, Jaime Feaster of Lake Charles, La., would have had to drive more than two hours to the nearest hospital equipped to collect it. That's a long way to go when you'...