Summer Camp brings thousands to Chillicothe CHILLICOTHE, Ill. -- Over in Chillicothe people are taking advantage of Saturday's warm weather. The annual event known as "Summer Camp" has drawn out crowds by the thousands. People have come from all over the country to attend the festival at Three ... 05/23/2015 - 3:34 pm | View Link
Social media aids in finding veteran memorial vandals TREMONT, Ill. -- Officers with the Tremont police department took to Facebook Saturday morning to find the culprits of a shocking act of vandalism. They posted photos of dozens of flags at the veterans memorial, that had been uprooted and broken. 05/23/2015 - 3:34 pm | View Link
Rollover accident in Ottawa leaves police searching for answers OTTAWA, Ill. -- An overnight rollover accident on has police searching for the driver. Around 4 a.m. on Saturday, a car hit a telephone pole on route 71 near 4-H road in Ottawa. Police say the vehicle was empty when they arrived. Evidence first suggested ... 05/23/2015 - 3:34 pm | View Link
American Mausoleum in Peoria holds Memorial Service to honor veterans PEORIA, Ill. -- Many locals were paying homage to locals veterans at the American Mausoleum in Peoria, Saturday, which held a Memorial Service in their honor. Vietnam and Iraq war veteran Larry Evans was the guest speaker. He says he hopes the true meaning ... 05/23/2015 - 2:08 pm | View Link
Peoria Riverfront Market opens early PEORIA, Ill. -- Shoppers packed the riverfront Saturday morning to get their hands on the freshest produce the area has to offer. The Peoria Riverfront Market opened two weeks early this year because farmers can get produce sooner by using hoop houses. 05/23/2015 - 1:35 pm | View Link
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Shark Week | Discovery SHARK WEEK, television's longest running must-see summer TV event, returns to Discovery Channel July 5, 2015 for its 28th year with another summer of shark-filled ... 05/24/2015 - 7:33 pm | View Website
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Willamette Week Willamette Week - Portland, OR ... Editor's note: A new Portland apartment complex called Burnside26 has a marketing video featuring a young couple named Luke and Jess. 05/24/2015 - 2:54 pm | View Website
“The Making of Zombie Wars” doesn’t have much to do with the undead, but it’s a comic novel with BRAAAINS. That intellectual heft is to be expected from Aleksandar Hemon. For the past two decades, the MacArthur “genius” from Sarajevo has been writing smart essays, short stories and novels sparked with wit.
“I often have to cut into the brain and it is something I hate doing,” neurosurgeon Henry Marsh confesses on the first page of his refreshingly frank memoir, Do No Harm (Thomas Dunne/St. Martin’s, $25.99). Later in the book, there are more troubling admissions — of doubts, medical errors, half-truths sold to desperate patients and irrevocable medical errors.
Way back in that innocent year 1959, a young professor of English at Yale published a slender volume of literary criticism called “Shelley’s Mythmaking,” an erudite and transgressive analysis of the English Romantic. Thus was launched the remarkable career of the great Harold Bloom. A half-century later, “The Daemon Knows: Literary Greatness and the American Sublime” arrives as the capstone to a lifetime of thinking, writing and teaching.
Stephen King’s superb new stay-up-all-night thriller, “Finders Keepers,” is a sly, often poignant tale of literary obsession that recalls the themes of his classic 1987 novel “Misery.” At the center of this story is John Rothstein, a novelist whom Time magazine once crowned “America’s Reclusive Genius.” His best-selling trilogy — “The Runner,” “The Runner Sees Action” and “The Runner Slows Down,” is considered “the Iliad of postwar America.” Read full article >>