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Updated 7 minutes ago
Local businessman takes in derby
Steve Taylor of Taylor Automotive Family and his wife, Julie Taylor, take in the scene before the 141st running of the Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs inLouisville on Saturday.

Updated 7 minutes ago
Fight restored for Buckeye Cable
The most anticipated boxing fight in years was delayed because of high pay-per-view demand causing problems for cable and satellite systems.

Updated 22 minutes ago
Jobin to conduct opera, symphony
The Toledo Symphony and the Toledo Opera are making local history by appointing Sara Jobin to dual conducting posts. Arrangements for her one-year contract became final Saturday.

Updated 53 minutes ago
Digital music is the way to go
Vinyl’s post-mortem report from the mid-1990s reads something like this: scratched grooves, warped plastic, hissy sound, and an album cover stained by coffee, pizza sauce, and grease of an unknown origin.

Updated 54 minutes ago
Study: The secret of skin color
PITTSBURGH — All over the world, millions of people see skin color as a symbol of superiority or inferiority, whether they are conscious of it or not.

Updated 54 minutes ago
A need to feed the needy
If you feed them, they will come.

Updated 57 minutes ago
It’s Greek to these students
At a time when Greek life has been thrust into the national spotlight by a spate of deadly and distasteful acts, those who participate in local fraternities and sororities say the social organizations are being unfairly depicted in the media.

Updated 59 minutes ago
'Once' never enough for musical
The musical Once, opening at the Stranahan Theater on Wednesday, came into this world as an Irish movie in 2007, winning critical acclaim and the 2007 Academy Award for Best Original Song, “Falling Slowly.”

Updated 1 hour ago
Mariel Hemingway releases memoir
Mental illness, addiction and suicide, especially suicide, course through the Hemingway family tree. Legendary author Ernest Hemingway shot himself in the head in 1961. Ernest’s father shot himself in the head in 1928. Of Ernest’s siblings, one brother died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound, and a sister killed herself with an overdose.

Updated 1 hour ago
Sweet simplicity, sound of vinyl
Most of the time, I hear one of two things when I tell peers I prefer vinyl: “I don’t like the hiss” or the less common “I like the hiss,” meant to conjure nostalgia.




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