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Divorced Girl Smiling: Want a better co-parenting relationship? Tips on talking to your ex

Clarkson: Breast cancer book launch empowers Wellness House clients

Tuesday last week was both a typical day at Wellness House and a bit of a special one.

Help Squad: Credit card glitch zaps Verizon customer’s balance

Richard Cooper, of Park Ridge, called on Help Squad to ask for our assistance on a problem with his cell phone carrier, Verizon.

With a bit of color and imagination, rocks become pieces for outdoor tic tac toe. | Photo by Beth Engelman

Mommy on a Shoestring: Reuse, recycle, reinvent to celebrate Earth Day

Get out your glue guns; it’s time to turn everyday trash into modern day treasures.

Help Squad: ComEd gives POWER-full credit to customer on wrong rate plan

Dear Help Squad, We purchased a new business location in June 2013 and started electrical service with ComEd.

Divorced Girl Smiling: How dating and sex after divorce is different

One of the biggest fears for divorced men and women is getting back into the dating scene and having sex.

Smashing Pumpkins founder Billy Corgan regularly performs and mixes with fans at his tea shop, Madame ZuZu's, in Highland Park. | Tim Boyle/For Sun-Times Media

Billy Corgan talks new music, new book and PAWS

Smashing Pumpkins founder Billy Corgan is a busy man. Not only is he recording two new Pumpkins records, but he’s also a quarter of the way through a sprawling spiritual memoir...

Randy Blaser

Blaser: Never mind the quota, enforce speeding laws

The Illinois Senate last week passed a bill outlawing law enforcement in Illinois from establishing ticket quotas.

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Paul Sassone: Digital life consuming us all

There must still be a few of you left out there. How do you manage to survive? To navigate life?

Letter: Let computers choose voting districts

I have enjoyed reading many of Randy Blaser’s Op-Eds. This one in particular hit a raw nerve (“After a depressing vote, here’s my plan,” March 27). I could not agree more with...

Shopper Selma Feder checks out the latest shipment of kosher Coke with Hungarian Kosher Foods employees Sanford Abramowitz and Caryn Bean (right). | Photo by George Schaefer

Food: Kosher Coke bubbles up for Passover

Kosher Coke. It’s the real thing. The weekend before Passover begins, it flies off the shelves at stores such as Hungarian Kosher Foods in Skokie.

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