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If the producers of “American Idol” were hoping for judges who would shed a tear on camera, they got it in pop star Mariah Carey and country singer Keith Urban. The two new judges admitted during a press conference Wednesday at the Adler...
He was followed by a private investigator hired by the City of Carmel. Now, Steven Libman, the former executive director of the Carmel performing arts center, is speaking exclusively to Fox59 News. City leaders reportedly used city money to hire private...
Tags: Culture, Arts and Culture, Arts, Career and Workplace, Employers
Dave Brubeck changed the sound of jazz in profound ways, unexpectedly becoming something of a pop star in the process. Starting in the mid-1950s, in fact, he emerged as a symbol of jazz in America, and well beyond, gracing the cover of Time magazine...
Is the U.S. Supreme Court's doomsday clock ticking for racial preferences? Maybe, but states that already ban race-based admissions show how you can build diversity by other means. First, let's define terms. As with the abortion debate and other moral...
Charisma counts. Former President Clinton proved it at the Democratic National Convention, and former Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger proved it Monday at USC. He received a standing ovation as he stepped onto the stage in an auditorium on campus for the start...
Nearly 60 students who were suspended for protesting the suspensions of several seniors after a school prank are allowed to come back to school. At a meeting Thursday morning, Cascade High School officials met with the suspended students, parents and...
Tags: Students, Teaching and Learning
Drake had barely arrived on stage Saturday at the packed First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre in Tinley Park and already he was wrestling with his contradictions. “Lookin’ for the right way to do the wrong things,” he announced in “...
Tags: Rihanna, Entertainment, Human Interest, Music, Lil Wayne
Saucon Valley High School has announced its inaugural class for induction into the school's Athletic Hall of Fame. The induction ceremony will take place June 6 at the school's end-of-the-year awards program. Six individuals and one team from...
"The Book of Madness and Cures" by Regina O'Melveny, Little, Brown and Co., 336 pages, $25.99. In 16th century Venice, Gabriella Mondini practices medicine under the patronage of her father. But he has been away for 10 years and the Council of the...
I COULD MAKE nothing of it until I got to the bit about Baby Einstein. I had understood at once, of course, that the State of the Union address was a coded text. With my extensive knowledge of cryptology — gleaned from tireless study of "The Da...
'Remanded" -- taken into custody. In his career as a New York prosecutor and a federal prosecutor in California, Donald Heller has asked the court to remand guilty defendants countless times. He helped put away Lynette "Squeaky" Fromme, who tried to...
Tags: Punishment, California, Laws, Murder, Richard Nixon
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