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One sign that spring has really and truly sprung hereabouts is the annual Bach Week Festival. This year's four-concert celebration of Johann Sebastian Bach's music and related works marks an important milestone: the festival's 40th season. Programs will...
BOSTON — First came the sound, loud and confusing. Then Lee Ann Yanni felt as if something had bumped into her left calf. "That's when I looked down and saw the bone sticking out and thought, 'I'm a physical therapist, and I know that's not a good...
For RedEyeFirst and foremost, the people of Boston are in our thoughts and prayers for their courage during the events of the past couple of weeks. When any tragedy strikes, the bottom dwellers of society usually are the ones whose voices are heard the loudest....
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She rides a Harley and wears a full-length fur, but don't draw any conclusions about Trina Dru Gordon. The president and chief executive officer of Boyden World Corp. racks up mileage these days in a conservative navy pinstripe suit and prefers...
Change of SubjectLast week was fairly successful when I announced that, going forward, "Weeks in Review" posts will also serve as an open comment thread on news events of the past week that either didn't get discussed on the blog or didn't......
What we do As most of you, I watched with horror as the Boston Marathon became a site of horrible tragedy. No sooner had the bombs gone off than people started running toward those who were hurt. The smoke was still in the air; no one knew if there might...
The Baltimore SunClarksville resident Tatyana McFadden won the women's wheelchair division of the Boston Marathon on Monday, hours before the race was marred by deadly explosions near the finish line. Though McFadden added to her resume as one of the elite Paralympic...
Arlington Heights Mayor-Elect Thomas Hayes crossed the finish line of the Boston Marathon just 45 minutes before two explosions killed three and injured more than 170 on Monday. "I walked back to my hotel about one mile from the finish line, and I didn'...
With the public absorbing images of chaos and blood-soaked sidewalks after a pair of explosions ripped through the end of the Boston Marathon on Monday, there was one very relieved 17-year-old in Glendale. Alexa Dragojlovic said she was able to...
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South Bend TribuneShock tainted the way Hal Higdon processed the happenings as he scoured the coverage of Monday’s bombing at the Boston Marathon. This hit close to home for the 81-year-old resident of Long Beach, near Michigan City. An author and former world-...
Danni Allen said she spent the last several months visualizing herself winning Season 14 of "The Biggest Loser." She imagined what it would feel like stepping on the scale for one last time. She imagined feeling the confetti raining down on her, signaling...
For RedEyeChicago's a city not exactly known for its healthy eating habits, something Edgewater resident Annie Fosnacht is hoping to change. "You don't ever come across a vegan that goes ‘oh dude, this sucks,' " the 35-year-old said. "We want to share...
Apr 9, 2013 |Column| Chicago Tribune
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