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  • Pinkner and Wyman: the Evil Geniuses behind ‘Fringe’

     
    “No evil scientist thinks he’s an evil scientist.” J.H. Wyman explained to me. “They have an agenda that is perfectly explainable in their minds. Rationalized to an extent they can tell you why what they’re doing is just....
  • Will.i.am on rave culture: "The underground is bigger than the surface. That's what people don't understand."

     
    Sunday's Times features a story on the vitality of the electronic music scene in Los Angeles, and the many festivals and parties arriving this summer. There's the Electric Daisy Carnival at Exposition Park and Memorial Coliseum; two Hard events at......
  • Top 50 Independence Day destinations, according to Priceline

     
    Priceline has released a list of the Top 50 Indeoendence Day weekend destinations. The survey is based on more than 30,000 hotel room booking requests made by customers using priceline.com’s Name Your Own Price reservation service. Because the survey...
  • 'How I Met Your Mother': Stop monkeying around

     
    It's been three weeks since we've had a new episode of “How I Met Your Mother” and with the end of the season approaching, I was hoping for something a bit more substantial than this episode. Maybe a mention of......
  • Terminate the ballot initiative to terminate the climate law?

     
    He may be a lame duck, but Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger gave notice Wednesday that he's going out fighting -- battling the alliance of oil companies, conservative activists and fellow Republicans who are gathering signatures for a November ballot initiative...
  • Happy Birthday, Hubble; No cake but NASA's space telescope still peers back in time

     
    A collection of astounding images captured by the space telescope millions of years after they occurred in other distant galaxies....
  • 'Gossip Girl': All angst, all the time

     
    You know you're nearing the end of a "Gossip Girl" season when you suddenly feel dizzy, disoriented and at a loss for words. No, it's not out of anguish at the thought of an entire summer without our beloved show;......
  • Google answers questions with new feature

     
    Google Inc., the world’s most powerful Internet company, is always looking for ways to make search smarter. The latest iteration after nearly a decade of search market dominance: A new feature that helps give more robust answers to common questions....
  • Climbing stairs for charity to replace 'rubber chicken' dinners?

     
    Here's a wild idea: relate your organization's fundraiser to your members' interests. All too often, nonprofits default to bland, overpriced banquets in order to raise cash. Nicole Ring, the assistant director of development at the Ketchum-Downtown YMCA,...
  • An uneasy accord

    LAST year, one of Canada's most prestigious museums approached the cartoonist Seth, whose work combines realistic, character-based storytelling with a muted, nostalgic visual style reminiscent of Edward Hopper, about a show of contemporary artists who use...
  • Daley to Trump: You're spired!

    Donald Trump knows what he likes, and he didn't like a spire on his Chicago building. "I hated the look of it," Trump said in October while discussing a recent design of the tower. Mayor Richard Daley knows what he likes too. His tastes run toward the...