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  We're told a well-designed master bedroom should be an oasis of romantic calm. It's also supposed to be the practical place where you store clothing and get a good night's sleep, and it may also be where you watch television, pay bills and even set...

Ask a designer: Creating a multifaceted master bedroom

Updated: 2/7/2014 06:48 PM

  For many Poles, Col. Ryszard Kuklinski was a traitor for passing secrets to the Americans during the Cold War - and even Solidarity leader Lech Walesa refused to honor him after he became president. A new Polish movie casts Kuklinski in a different...

New Polish movie casts Cold War spy as hero

Updated: 2/7/2014 04:14 PM

  When Ronna Kelly's dog, Cici, made little progress following knee surgery, Kelly decided the athletic Australian shepherd mix should try treatment usually reserved for humans: physical therapy. So for the next several months, Cici underwent a...

PT for pets? Vets prescribing physical therapy

Updated: 2/7/2014 04:07 PM

  It's Friday morning in the Cancer Center at Edward Hospital in Naperville. A retired middle school principal opens a music case, takes out and tunes his acoustic guitar and goes to work. His job: to provide the staff and patients moments of...

Music brings healing comfort to patients and staff

Updated: 2/7/2014 01:40 PM

  Sunday marks the return of “The Walking Dead,” and all of its zombie-filled gore. The midseason finale was a brutal, violent 60 minutes of television; it was also one of the most refreshing episodes of the series. Whatever proverbial...

Catch up on ‘Walking Dead’ in time for its return

Updated: 2/7/2014 11:32 AM

  It seems everywhere travelers turn some publication is presenting them with ratings. In the cruise category, one top-rated ship doesn’t appear, though. The Europa 2 has received the highest score in the 29-year history of Berlitz Cruising &...

Ship earns top ratings, but is it worth the price?

Updated: 2/7/2014 05:04 PM

  If you were born again but lacked the memories of this lifetime, would you be you? And if you weren’t, who would you be? Those are the fundamental questions in M.D. Waters’ gripping debut novel. Emma wakes from an accident to an enviable...

‘Archetype’ looks at how much memories define us

Updated: 2/7/2014 12:02 PM

  As the GOP tries to rebuild what one candidate called a "brand problem" with minorities, three of the four Republican candidates for Illinois governor spoke at a forum planned by the Indian American Republican Organization on Sunday night. The forum...

GOP governor candidates court Indian American group at forum

Updated: 2/9/2014 10:13 PM

  Edward Snowden, the former government contractor who exposed secret U.S. intelligence programs, used automated "web crawler" software to scrape classified information from the National Security Agency's systems, the New York Times reported, citing a...

Report: Snowden used scraping software for data

Updated: 2/9/2014 09:27 PM

  More than 2,000 children and families learned about physics and other science concepts Sunday afternoon at the annual hands-on Family Open House at the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory in Batavia. The event included ask-a-scientist sessions,...

Future scientists visit Fermi for Family Open House Day

Updated: 2/9/2014 09:00 PM

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