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Reality CheckThis week on So You Think You Can Dance, the couples take on two dances per week for the first time. Well, two competition dances, since they always have to learn a group dance and they prep a solo, too.The......
Dining@LargeMy colleague Rob Kasper is like the drug pusher on the school playground.One afternoon we were standing around talking about Important Work Matters, and he offered me some of his Smartfood White Cheddar-Flavored Popcorn, which he had gotten from the......
Dining@LargeIt's a nice enough day to talk about outdoor dining, even if the "living mojito bar" at Corks hasn't quite come to life.Corks is building a deck out back that will seat about 35. When it opens in the middle......
Dear Amy: I recently reconnected with an old boyfriend. It seemed so perfect at first. Well, over time I've come to realize he's an alcoholic and addicted to pain pills. He's on edge when he's not medicating himself, which causes me to be on edge, and I...
Tags: Behavioral Conditions
Has it been mentioned anywhere that the couple who ran the Dogwood Restaurant in Hampden tried to change the lives of desperate people while serving good food and drink? There aren't a lot of businesses willing to hire ex-offenders and recovering drug...
There's a nerve-racking sequence set in the late 1990s in co-writer and director Ira Sachs' "Keep the Lights On" when Erik, the Danish expatriate filmmaker living in Manhattan played by Thure Lindhardt, is on the telephone, trying to extract information...
Tags: Arts and Culture, New York City, HIV, Movies, Entertainment
Are you in love with being in love? When that infatuation fades are you the type of person who moves on to someone else? According to experts, you could be addicted to love — and we're not talking about a song by Robert Palmer, but a real problem...
When the Steppenwolf Theatre Company announced its production of "The Motherf***er with the Hat," it sure sounded very much like a reprise of the 2011 Broadway production. The director, ensemble member Anna D. Shapiro, was to be the same. Todd Rosenthal's...
Kyle Crossland walked out of the Leesburg detox center in shorts and a shirt and found himself standing by the side of the road with a brown paper bag containing his only worldly goods — some cigarettes and a lighter. He was 23. Those soul-...
Once a week for the last several years, I've driven to skid row to visit a friend. I get depressed about the area at times because it's such a depository of the unfortunate and the forgotten. But then I'll catch a warm greeting, or see a sign of hope in...
Dear Amy: Many times you have advised engaged couples who are facing possible deal-breaking issues (usually involving other family members) that unless they are both prepared to put their marriage at the center of their lives, they should not tie the...
Tags: Marriage, Family, Drugs and Medicines, Heroin
"The Casual Vacancy" by J.K. Rowling, Little, Brown and Co., 503 pages, $35. Barry and Mary Fairbrother have been married for 19 years. They have four children and live in the small town of Pagford, England. Barry has had a headache for days, but they...
Tags: J.K. Rowling
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