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Question: There's an increasing debate within the Catholic Church on the issue of mandatory celibacy for priests. I last discussed this subject with my regular group of train commuters: one Catholic (myself), one Jew (whose father and grandfather were...
Tags: Commuting, Lake Forest, Christian Orthodoxy, Judaism, Jupiter
Digging into the mailbag, we range from a favorite lost lunch spot to sweeping sagas involving Florida's past. Where was The Rowena? Longtime area resident Susan Zwer sends memories of a bridesmaids luncheon at The Rowena in Orlando, also fondly...
Dear Lena Dunham, thank you. Thank you for giving your characters some happiness. Thank you for this bumpy, ugly, imperfect sophomore season. Thank you for showing us everyone’s low points and high points. Thank you for not apologizing for...
You do not spend eight years at the heart of "The Cosby Show," the seminal TV show that revived the sitcom genre in part by extending to its reach to affluent and successful African-Americans, without learning a thing or three about mining family...
Jacket CopyWhich do you think is worse library behavior: looking at porn or stabbing someone?...
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PIX11.comGrimaldi's Pizzeria has been around since 1990 and has a reputation for being one of Brooklyn`s best. Coal ovens, fresh ingredients and the family sauce recipe are what the owners say is the key to their popularity. Grimaldi's is a family run business...
Tags: Long Island, Pizzas, Foods and Beverages
A new art exhibit in Prospect Heights claims to have exactly what Brooklynites are looking for: sex and candy. Six store fronts on Classon Avenue, have been converted into a galleries for a new art show called "Food Lust Shock Candy." In the windows,...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Arts
PIX11.comThe statistics seem too ludicrous to get your head around: - more than a billion tons of edible food are thrown away annually. - per capita edible food waste has increased by 50% since 1974. - discarded fresh food transforms itself into a...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesNew Yorkers are always on the run. Bankers rush from Wall Street to Midtown; harried shoppers tear through the narrow streets of NoLita and SoHo. Travelers may find it hard to keep up with the pace — unless they bring their running shoes and join...
A spray-paint artist who recently won a temporary court order that allows him to create his work along Ocean City's boardwalk without a permit was arrested Sunday at Baltimore's Inner Harbor. Mark Chase was arrested about noon when he attempted to set up...
pix11.comIf you read the signs, parking rules in Brooklyn Heights read as clear as day. Ginger Berman, who lives near Hicks Street, agrees. "That's smart, that makes sense," said Berman. But this former driver said the signs tell drivers very little about the...
Tags: Vehicles, Brooklyn (New York City)
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