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Normally I don't complain about the proliferation of movie remakes any more than I complain about movie sequels and communal tables in restaurants — what's the point? But recently a remake delivered a shiver. Its arrival felt like a cold harbinger...
Maybe they slowly grew on me. Or maybe it was the sheer sugar rush — from testing close to 75 dozen chicks — but I’ll admit it. I’ve grown fond of Peeps. For most of us, an Easter basket simply isn’t complete without a...
Tags: Just Born, Inc., Cinnamon, Marshmallows, Marilyn Monroe, Culture
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — During her 10 years as a Utah state trooper, Lisa Steed built a reputation as an officer with a knack for nabbing drunken motorists in a state with a long tradition of teetotaling and some of the nation's strictest liquor laws....
Tags: Defendants, Justice System, Trials, Laws, Police Arrests
When Glorya Kackman moved to Ipswich 18 months ago from Minnesota, she was uncertain how she would employ herself. She had more than 30 years experience sewing for drapery companies and designing theatrical costumes, but what would she do in Ipswich?...
The Village at Crystal Springs is an oasis. This bucolic retreat for active adults over 55 is comprised of 106 acres tucked into the Tolland countryside. Here, flora and fauna have elbow room; humans occupy less than a third of the acreage. When...
Lions and tigers and Oz movies, oh my! With the recent release of Disney’s “Oz the Great and Powerful” and the expected release this year from Summertime Entertainment of the animated “Dorothy of Oz,” we think it’s...
Milt Larsen is a master of two kinds of magic. There's the abracadabra kind that his magician parents brought him up on, and the sort he began practicing with his late brother, Bill — the magic of preserving buildings, including the Variety Arts...
The Hartford Courant— A police sketch of a man walking in the area of Greenwich teenager Martha Moxley's home the night she was killed is expected to be a critical part of defense lawyers' next bid for freedom for Michael Skakel, the Kennedy cousin serving a 20-years-...
One TribU program we really enjoy preparing are our classes built around how the newsroom covers current events. Business Planning Editor and current events session organizer Andrea Hanis is just finalizing April's three classes -- TribU: How the Newsroom...
Tags: Journalism, Human Interest, Skype, Chicago Tribune
Channel Guide MagazineAmong this week's new releases are a couple of literary classics (Anna Karenina and Atlas Shrugged), a real-life action adventure story about a fake movie crew (Argo) and a look at real movie director and his wife (Hitchcock). There's Fun Size, about a...
KWCH 12 Eyewitness SportsWhat were you doing the last time Tiger Woods was the top player in the world? Halloween of 2010 was the day when Lee Westwood overtook Woods as the best player in the world according to the Official World Golf Rankings. Monday March 25th, 2013 is the...
Los Angeles TimesMaybe they slowly grew on me. Or maybe it was the sheer sugar rush — from testing close to 75 dozen chicks — but I'll admit it. I've grown fond of Peeps. For most of us, an Easter basket simply isn't complete without a box of Peeps. The...
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