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A German neo-Nazi gang reportedly created a version of the game Monopoly in which death camps were substituted for railroads.
The game, called Pogromly, also featured a swastika on the start square and offered players the chance to land on squares marked with the SS emblem. The...
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It took me six years of being a grandfather to accept the fact that my grandchildren may not be more brilliant or athletic than everyone else's.
Here's how I realized it. There's this thing between grandparents I like to call "first-tell." Say you meet your friend, another...
September 23, 2004 | 8:00 pm
When the Dodgers face the San Francisco Giants this weekend in a three-game series beginning in San Francisco this weekend, most Jews will be in synagogue for the holiest day of the year.
What will Shawn Green do?
The first baseman has declined to discuss his Yom Kippur plans with...
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What, you may be asking yourself, is the next hot trend? The style universe looks to Los Angeles in general, and this column in particular, for those cutting-edge trends that define the culture. No wonder this column has become such a favorite of trendsetters and fashionistas...
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November 11, 1999 | 7:00 pmMy son and I have been wandering around the mall all afternoon looking for Pokémon cards. When we called last night, everyone had them, but today, nobody does.
In one of the stores, I see two worried-looking parents, with their very pouty 7-year-old son, talking to the store manager....
January 21, 1999 | 7:00 pm
In a Chicago Tribune interview last October, shortly before pro basketball was shut down by a bruising lockout, players' union chief Billy Hunter waxed sentimental about his lifelong passion for defending the underdog. By way of illustration, he recalled how, as a teen-ager in...
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I love basketball. Not as in, I love Neil Diamond,I hum along when he's on the radio. No.
More like, when I know my team is playing and I'mnot watching, I get the agitated look of a kid with chicken pox onHalloween. During basketball season, my life is scheduled aroundgames; people...