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Minor thoughts about a major person and wonderful photos by Roger's friend and personal photographer, Jack Lane.---Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor, Shore Magazine.
Jaylen Dunlap feels he will be part of something special at the University of Illinois.
We don't often think of bacteria as a good thing, especially in our bodies. Antibacterial soaps fill drugstore shelves, and antibiotics treat countless diseases. But now, a new kind of "good" bacteria is taking up shelf space in the same stores as hand sanitizers.
As flu season approaches, germs are spreading faster than holiday cheer. Traveling through a highly populated place, such as an airport, raises the risk of contracting the seasonal flu.
Researchers hope a new sports-themed cell phone app will encourage asthmatic kids to use their inhalers and allow doctors to more closely monitor their patients.
NEW YORK (AP) — Is there anything Ang Lee can't do?
To say that artist and instructor David Klamen has shared gallery space with some pretty prominent figures over the course of his career might be putting it mildly.
INDIANAPOLIS | Vontae Davis spent the last three years hearing all about what he did wrong in Miami.
Munster native Ashley Velchek was recently named a Cook County (Ill.) Government Fellow through a partnership with the Civic Consulting Alliance.
Phil Potempa's daily entertainment news column.
Michael Orris has ended up playing for Bruce Weber after all.
Crete-Monee senior guard Michael Orris was granted release of his letter of intent to the University of Illinois on Friday, according to his AAU coach Scott Lidskin.
Tomorrow, at a theater near you, the opening of The Lorax movie and a party for Dr. Seuss's 109th b-day at Fernwood Botanical Garden in Niles on Saturday; also very secret exclusive Paparazzi opening Saturday in Valpo. --Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor, Shore Magazine
News from the Shore in-box includes debut of Laura Caldwell's 13th book. Roger Ebert shouts out to University of Illinois alums to save the student paper and Harbor Country artist Roger Harvey prints for Art Attack. --Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor, Shore Magazine
INDIANAPOLIS | Candlestick Park was a wet, muddy mess when Zak DeOssie snapped the football to Steve Weatherford for a game-winning, Super Bowl bid-clinching, 31-yard field goal in overtime. The ball slipped low to the ground, and securing it against the bluegrass would be easy as balancing …
CHICAGO | Brandon Greer and Nick Roach have combined to move the football for four years at Mount Carmel, but will soon be adversaries in the Mid-American Conference.
The new culinary buzzword: Bugs.
Willie Williams was as fast as the speed of light.
SPRINGFIELD | A key measure of Illinois' economy dipped slightly last month, but not enough to set off financial alarm bells.
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