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Stephen Brown: Legacy Sept. 4-Oct 14, Joseloff Gallery, Hartford Art School, University of Hartford, 200 Bloomfield Ave., West Hartford, (860) 768-4090, joseloffgallery.org/info. Nestled inside Stephen Brown: Legacy, an exhibition on view at...
David Rakoff, a humorist whose cynical outlook on life and culture earned him the 2011 Thurber Prize for American Humor, died Thursday in New York City after a long illness. He was 47. The statement from Doubleday and Anchor Books announcing his death...
Tags: Radio, NPR, GQ, Cancer, Diseases and Illnesses
Call Washington BureauArlen Specter, the storied Pennsylvania politician who was a state institution for decades before switching political parties and losing in a Democratic primary two years ago, is hospitalized with a very serious illness. Specter, who survived a brain...
Tags: Elections, Cancer, Republican Party, Primaries, Democratic Party
FOX 17 Assignment EditorAn area congressman announced Saturday that he will begin undergoing cancer treatments. As chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee, U.S. Rep. Dave Camp, R-Midland, is one of the most powerful men in Washington. He just celebrated his 59th...
Saturday was one of those days when about the last thing anyone wanted to do was play baseball. Yet, as the Quakertown Blazers prepared to play the Allentown Railers in an Atlantic Collegiate Baseball League doubleheader at Quakertown Memorial Park in...
At the age of 73, Archbishop Daniel Buechlein announced his early retirement because of various health issues Wednesday. In 2008, Archbishop Buechlein battled Hodgkin's lymphoma. During that year, he had chemotherapy and radiation treatments. Then,...
Will Adams, freshman basketball player at Towson University, could be mad at the world about all the misfortune life dumped at his Philadelphia doorstep. There was the woman, his birth mother, who abandoned him to a series of foster homes at 3. There was...
They wake up, and then they sing. Team O'Neill — as Kentucky Derby winner Doug O'Neill and his group of assistants and grooms are called — rises early, like all horsemen. In Baltimore, where the crew is preparing I'll Have Another to run in...
Tags: Health, Triple Crown, Cancer, Rentals, The New York Times
George Anderson, the longtime athletic trainer for the Oakland and Los Angeles Raiders who devised an innovative knee brace that became standard for football players, died Thursday in Santa Fe, N.M., his daughter Kristi Anderson Ornstein said. He was...
UVA recently performed the first two stem cell transplants in Virginia, using non-embryonic stem cells from umbilical cord blood. The Stem Cell Transplant Program offers both bone marrow and stem cell transplants, with a focus on cord blood, to treat...
In 1970 a man with terminal bone cancer came to see Dr. Peter Goodwin, who practiced family medicine in Portland, Ore. The man had intractable pain and saw no point in prolonging his suffering. He pleaded with Goodwin for pills to end his life. His...
Patricia T. "Patty" Rouse, who with her late husband, Columbia developer James W. Rouse, co-founded Enterprise Community Partners Inc. and who devoted her life to making sure that decent and affordable housing was accessible to all Americans, died...
Tags: Roland Park, Health, Alzheimer's Disease, Social Issues, Family
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