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Angelenos taking to car-free streets along CicLAvia's 15-mile route say they came out to have fun, enjoy family and give back to the community. One volunteer, who rode in the past, said she wanted to help Sunday because it was important to let people...
Tags: Human Interest
South Bend TribuneSOUTH BEND — When Sandy Villwock was a little girl, she used to love watching one of the members of her church ring the church bell. That bell will ring proudly on May 5 as St. Peter’s United Church of Christ celebrates its 150th anniversary....
After spending more than two hours painting the common room in the New Beginnings Center, Katrina Kjerstad, a small forward for the women's basketball team at Northern State University, had paint splotches all over her clothes, shoes and hands. She...
Tags: Human Interest, The Salvation Army
On Monday, Ayad Akhtar, author of the terrific play "Disgraced," which began life at the American Theater Company in Chicago, won the Pulitzer Prize in drama. He beat out writer Amy Herzog, who was a finalist. Others regarded as likely candidates for...
A member of a pioneering group of female paramilitary World War II pilots, Winter Park resident Patricia Erickson, died March 2 at the age of 92. Part of the group known as Women Air Service Pilots, or WASPs, which won a Congressional Gold Medal of...
email@example.comIt's difficult to make concussion statistics scarier than they are. But here are a few eye-openers: - Each year, reports the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 1.7 million people in the United States suffer a traumatic brain injury. About...
Here's a long awaited novel by one of the godfathers of contemporary American modernism (or "post-modernism," as some critics and scholars call the continuation of the American modernist tradition). William H. Gass, a new-fangled genius, along with John...
"Florida is on fire," proclaimed a real estate newsletter that came my way recently. It heralded new and apparently better days for the state's homebuilding industry, which was decimated when the housing bubble burst. Florida was one of four so-called...
Channel Guide MagazineFeed the Beast star Mikey Roe is the Adam Richman of the late-night crowd — and he’s perfectly cool with you saying so. The affable, grungy-cool Roe credits his Travel Channel colleague for opening the door for regular guys like him to bring...
Los Angeles Ballet returns to its roots for this, its seventh season, by devoting its two spring repertory programs to masterworks -- and slightly lesser ballets -- of George Balanchine. At UCLA on Saturday, the first program featured two company...
Hero Complex - movies, comics, pop culture - Los Angeles TimesWil Wheaton, Felicia Day and the group behind the weekly web series “TableTop” are hoping to take their fervor for ......
For many of us, it's not a question of if, but when, we make that ultimate parental pilgrimage. A trek that takes us far from reality to a magical place where the effects of a still-sputtering economy melt away and people stand in line for 20 minutes...
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