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Imrem: A beautiful Sunday well spent enjoying baseball
By Mike Imrem
May 23, 2016 1:41 PM
A Sunday well-spent watching the Chicago White Sox and Kansas City Royals play baseball.
'Families' evolve to give us what we need
By Ken Potts
May 23, 2016 8:57 AM
The American family isn't in crisis, our Ken Potts says, it's merely adapting to our needs.
Lester: Where will suburban homeless go after Journeys cuts?
By Kerry Lester
May 23, 2016 10:34 AM
Many homeless people in the Northwest suburbs spend their days at Journeys' Hope Center in Palatine, a program that aims to help them get back on their feet. But federal funding cuts could end that, columnist Kerry Lester writes.
Grammar Moses: Can you really film something with your iPhone?
By Jim Baumann
May 22, 2016 5:30 AM
Last fall, one of the neighborhood girls was visiting my wife and me on our porch, and she was carrying around her new cellphone like a totem. "You'd better dial your mom and let her know you're here," I told her.
The inaugural address we won't hear, but should
May 22, 2016 1:00 AM
Columnist George Will: The mere possibility of a Donald Trump presidency -- gold-plated faucets in the house first occupied by John and Abigail Adams -- will perhaps have a salutary effect.
Work advice: Crushing the peanut gallery
Karla L. Miller
May 22, 2016 7:28 AM
How to discourage hecklers and encourage genuine comments.
Borax is a useful tool in the ongoing fight against ants
By Henri de Marne
May 22, 2016 3:00 AM
An effective bait to get rid of many insect pests is to mix borax with sugar and place the mixture in small containers, like jelly, jam or peanut butter caps, or clean tuna fish cans, in places safe from children and pets, such as along walls where you have seen ants.
Career Coach: Why you should support the continuing education of your employees
Joyce E.A. Russell
May 22, 2016 7:27 AM
A study by EvoLLution found that 96 percent of employers agreed continuing education improves employees' job performance. Similarly, firms rated as top workplaces often provide training and continual learning opportunities for their employees.
Fuel lines can wear under harsh conditions
May 21, 2016 2:01 AM
Q. I was told the other day that my Buick needs to have all the brake lines and fuel line replaced from the front to the back. It's a lot of money and I don't understand why the brake lines have to be done when it was a gas smell that caused me to bring the car in.
How much to offer for a house is an inexact science
By Edith Lank
May 21, 2016 1:00 AM
Q. We are looking for our first home, and we would like some guidelines on how much to offer when we find the house we want. How much bargaining do sellers expect? Any advice will be appreciated.
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