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The Laguna Beach Festival of Arts Foundation awarded Laguna Beach High School five grants for visual and performing arts education programs, according to a news release. Laguna Beach High School's art program received a $15,000 grant; its band...
The Mid-Suburban League hasn't had a state champion hurdler since Rolling Meadows' Abe Jones won the 110-meter hurdles in 2000. Prospect senior Dave Kendziera has two opportunities to become the next MSL state champion hurdler at this weekend's state...
Tags: Palatine, Buffalo Grove, Niles, Rolling Meadows, Track and Field
Michael Douglas’s faaaaabulous portrayal of Liberace won’t be eligible for an Oscar, since the droll Steven Soderbergh-directed biopic “Behind the Candelabra” debuts Sunday on HBO before playing theatrically (and talk about...
Now that Seth MacFarlane has tweeted that he simply can't find the time to host the Oscars again, is it too early to say: "Tina Fey, come on down!" "I think that's too hard," Fey tells The Times over the phone, when asked if she'd take the job. "Too...
Orlando SentinelOviedo quarterback/athlete Chris Davis Jr., picked up his 10th NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision scholarship offer on Monday, and it’s one he’s been waiting for. Hometown UCF finally pulled the trigger and the 6-foot, 180-pound Davis, who...
As the sun rises daily on the Fox River in St. Charles, groups of young people slice through the water on boats that can not only achieve a 6-minute mile but change the course of their lives, said David Tyler Miller, president and executive director of...
Daily American CorrespondentWINDBER — The Windber Rambler Lettermen's Club is holding its annual Lettermen's Scholarship Program golf outing on Saturday at the Indian Lake Golf Club on the Arnold Palmer course. Lunch will be served at 11:30 a.m. followed by a 1 p.m....
Tags: Robin Williams, Dwayne Johnson, Sports, Golf
Winning never seems to get old for golfer Sue Cohn, at least when it comes to the Palm Beach County Women's Amateur Championship. Cohn, who turned 50 on March 29, ran away from the field during the recent event over the challenging Fazio Course at the...
Eight Central Florida business executives have made the short list of 30 finalists for this year's Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Florida awards, which will be announced Thursday night. The three co-founders of Power Grid Engineering in Winter...
Grab your swim suit and enjoy the wet side of Dorney Park, when Wildwater Kingdom opens for the 2013 season. Two-time Olympic gold medal swimmer Cullen Jones will help kick off the festivities when the water park in South Whitehall Township opens at 11...
Tags: Summer Olympics, Cullen Jones, Swimming, Sports, Memorial Day
The first American woman astronaut, Sally Ride, will posthumously receive the Medal of Freedom from President Barack Obama, wftv.com is reporting. Ride, who died in July, rode on the Space Shuttle Challenger in 1983, according to the website. To...
Tags: Barack Obama, Sally Ride
Albert Hall, a professional opera singer and choirmaster who began his singing career during his student days at City College, died May 13 from colon cancer at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. The Towson resident was 89. The son of a plumber and a...
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