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The day I was born, a snow storm was brewing in Tehran, or at least that's what my mother tells me. I am starting to suspect that my introduction into the world on such a turbulent day has played a part in a lifelong obsession I've had with extremely cold...
Great newspaper stories — like the shocking L.A. County tax scandal involving Assessor John Noguez — usually don't come from attending government meetings or going to press conferences. The tip that ignites a reporter's passion almost...
In a briefing on the medical condition of Causeway Cannibal victim Ronald Poppo, doctors and therapists last week expressed confidence that the longtime homeless man blinded in a vicious assault could once again lead an independent life. But in the...
Fifteen men of Palestinian origin have been arrested on charges of running a multimillion-dollar cigarette smuggling ring, and New York authorities who announced the arrests on Thursday said several of the suspects have ties to Hamas and other Islamist...
Tags: Prisons, Prosecution, Raymond W. Kelly, Holidays, Hamas
The following items were taken from police reports. Des Plaines •Police say an unknown offender stole an ultrasound machine from a warehouse on the 1300 block of South Mount Prospect Road. The machine, imported from France, was scheduled to be...
When I had dogs as a kid, and later as a young adult, there didn't seem to be anything difficult about finding the right canine or taking care of it. But things seem to have gotten a lot more complicated since then. First of all, unless you want a...
Tags: Craigslist, Inc., Scientology, Social Issues
Daily American Staff WriterAfter spending decades working in the deep coal mines in Somerset County, Johnny Fritz began driving truck for Pile's Concrete Production Co. of Friedens in 2005. The Somerset County native had no way of anticipating that two years later he would drive...
firstname.lastname@example.orgDonning blindfolds and eating without the sense of sight Sunday opened some diners’ eyes to the challenges experienced by visually impaired individuals. “It gives you a new appreciation for what people who can’t see go through,”...
The young musicians of the Civic Orchestra, as enamored as they were of the prospect of being mentored by Yo-Yo Ma, didn't see it coming. The world's most celebrated cellist, who's the Chicago Symphony Orchestra's creative consultant, was chatting...
Tags: Theater, Human Interest, Boston, Music Theater, F-bomb Dropping
LAUNCH PARTY: Join the Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce to celebrate the publication of the 4th annual Inside Allentown Guide 5-7 p.m. Tuesday at Sangria, 840 Hamilton St. Food samples, drink specials, complimentary copies of the guide and more....
Look around. What would you miss seeing most if you went blind? The sunrise. The lake. The spot in your living room where the morning sun pours in. Your spouse. Your child. Your friends. All the sights your eyes drink in — words on a page,...
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