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NEW YORK — The hair jokes may have grown old, what with a slight fleck of gray peeking through his now shortened and tamed curls. The Dude nickname is pretty much over as well. And no longer is Gustavo Dudamel as tempted to head for Pink's hot dog...
It wasn’t solely the luck of the Irish that brought businessman Dr. Pearse Lyons, the founder and president of the Nicholasville-based Alltech, Ireland’s “Business Person of the Year” award from Business and Finance. The...
Usually by early December, investment professionals have mapped out their outlook for the next year. But such forecasting has been made difficult by the "fiscal cliff" — the confluence of spending cuts and higher taxes that kick in automatically...
Margaret J. (Omer) Skerl, 91, Roaring Run Road, Jenner Township, died Dec. 26, 2012, at Church of the Brethren Home. Born July 28, 1921, in Johnstown, daughter of Louis and Laura (Liska) Omer. Preceded in death by parents; husband of 45 years, Tony J., on...
A month ago I ate at Geja's Cafe in Lincoln Park for the first time. The morning after I smelled like Geja's. The afternoon after I also smelled like Geja's. It's not a horrible smell, just strong and faintly musty, a little like a movie theater...
Art museums always come in handy during the holidays, when so many people are looking for enjoyable ways to while away the hours with friends and family — or to escape from friends and family. This weekend, consider checking out the Baltimore...
Thomas Pinson, of Petoskey, and his wife, Shirley can still clearly remember Dec. 7, 1941. The day changed their lives, changed America and changed the entire course of world history. Many young people today may not be aware that on that day in 1941,...
Sporadic sniper fire over sandbagged trenches that separate Armenians and Azerbaijanis across the disputed territory of Nagorno-Karabakh has been a routine feature of daily life throughout the 19 years that the two sides have grudgingly observed a cease-...
Tags: West Bank, Unrest, Conflicts and War, Defense, Armenia, Russia
Blog-o-nomics - Orlando SentinelUCF is out with its last economic forecast of 2012, and the projections paint a decidedly uninspiring picture. Reduced to its simplest terms, the forecast says things are slowly getting better — the keyword here is slowly — but they could...
Re "Complaints pour in to Israel," Dec. 4 Israel's European allies are up in arms about a settlement project and say that this is an impediment to the peace process. What peace process? With which Arab entity? Brokered by whom? Does the act of...
Tags: Israel, West Bank, Politics, Hamas, Government
CURACAO — There is absolutely nothing wrong with Cozumel or the Bahamas. But once you've seen them, it's time to branch out. Cruise lines are experimenting with all kinds of interesting Caribbean itineraries that expose travelers to a broader...
The stock market has surprised investors with an unusually strong surge, even enticing individuals to throw billions into the stock funds they've feared for years. But is the enthusiasm for stocks due to an economy that is greatly stronger? Actually,...
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