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The four Stone kids always were a competitive bunch, especially the three youngest siblings who were separated by three school grades while being home-schooled together. "They worked very hard to keep up with each other — and beat each other," said...
As we scurry about during the highest of all shopping seasons, our money habits will be on full display. Yet the motivations behind how we spend are often hidden, stemming from our most ancient and fundamental human tendencies. The relatively new...
CLAVERING, England — In this rural Essex village stands The Cricketers, the once-quiet pub that launched the career of British celebrity chef Jamie Oliver, who first cooked in his parents' kitchen. Trevor and Sally Oliver's place has grown with...
For more than three decades, the Palestinian oud virtuoso Simon Shaheen has relentlessly championed his soft-spoken instrument across America and beyond. He has penned solo works, pieces for oud with wind quintet and string quartet and compositions...
Thomas Dyja looked at me with abject horror, then humor, then, as his face crumbled in defeat, resignation. A face that said, "See? This is why I wrote a 412-page cultural history of Chicago at midcentury that — as much as it pulls together...
“I mean, I come from Winnetka,” says New Trier Township High School graduating senior Katie Chang, in Cannes this week accompanying her big break, Sofia Coppola’s “The Bling Ring.” “So, what I mean is, you don’t...
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One man, one woman at a time - let's try it that way. Let's say you own a small business, or let's say you're in middle management of a medium-to-large-to-extra-large company. Maybe you're even the CEO, or the COO or the CFO. Maybe you have an MBA, belong...
Every year millions of well-intentioned American kids show up for kindergarten or first grade woefully unprepared to learn. Some can't even tell you their complete name, let alone spell any of it. That's enough reason for me to believe "high-quality...
Soccer Wake's Harris, Gamble among new Bohemians Two players from Wake Forest, goalkeeper Andrew Harris (Gilman) and forward Michael Gamble (McDonogh), have joined the Baltimore Bohemians of the United Soccer Leagues' Premier Development League. Other...
My friend Mildred "Neale" Baltz died last month, just weeks shy of her 103rd birthday. Despite our 40-year age difference, we shared a lot in the nearly two decades that we were next-door neighbors. I wrote a story about Neale in 2005 — its...
25 years ago Editor named to nominate Pulitzers Ken Winter, Petoskey News-Review editor and general manager, will go to Columbia University next month to help nominate recipients for this year's Pulitzer Prize for journalism. Winter has been named a...
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