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When Shakespeare gives you a lemon, make lemonade.There is a reason that Shakespeare’s “Pericles” is not produced very often. Although the play was written relatively late in Shakespeare’s career, it reads as though the Bard showed up only for the occasional story meeting and then worked on the rewrites.“Pericles” lacks the crackling dialogue and multi-dimensional characters of the rest of Shakespeare’s work. The play does not...

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Friday, 11:54 a.m. — Police responded to a non-injury motor vehicle collision involving three vehicles in the first block of North Main Street.Friday, 1:07 p.m. — A 22-year-old man was arrested on charges of menacing and...

Posted at 4:30 PM

Lost that charger again for your cellphone or tablet? Hate sorting heaps of wires to charge various devices?

Updated at 4:03 PM

Ashland High senior guard Georgia Williams was voted a first-team Midwestern League girls basketball all-star by the league's coaches on Sunday.Ashland senior Michaela Dunn, an honorable mention, was the only other Grizzly to be recognized...

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If Hollywood had a national landmark society for celebrity features, Jared Leto's Christ-like hair...

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Nobody thought the cutest story of the day was going to come out of the NHL trade deadline.

Posted at 3:00 PM

U.S. Vice President Joe Biden has arrived in Guatemala for a two-day visit with Central American presidents to discuss funding priorities aimed at slowing migration.

Posted at 4:05 PM

Netflix is giving you plenty of time to clear your calendar, stock up on munchies, and warn your friends that you won't be talking to them for a few days. The streaming-video service has revealed summer premiere dates for a handful of its...

Updated at 2:32 PM

Long before “Downton Abbey” or “Upstairs Downstairs,” the British were writing plays about the social norms of the upper classes and their attitudes about the servants who catered to their needs and...

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Sara Gilbert gave her co-hosts on

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The Supreme Court, unwilling to limit partisan influence in redistricting in earlier cases, now seems poised to stop states that have tried to take matters into their own hands by removing map-drawing power from elected lawmakers.

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