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  • Obama's speech: What about my pothole, Mr. President?

     
    President Obama is going to have get a lot more specific if he wants to keep me as a supporter....
  • Rick Perry's poll numbers are a wonder [Most commented]

     
    Rick Perry's going to win the GOP nom. Why? Because unlike Mitt Romney, Perry's just so lifelike. That's Jonah Goldberg's take, anyway. In his Tuesday column, he writes that Romney "has an authentic inauthenticity problem." I have shaken Romney's hand.......
  • Rick Perry's bad timing for a visit to Falwell's university

     
    It isn't surprising that Rick Perry found a welcoming reception at Liberty University, founded by Jerry Falwell. But the timing -- a few days after the 10th anniversary of 9/11 -- might have given Perry pause. Falwell famously explained that......
  • Music review: Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra opens season

     
    Mark Swed reviews the West Coast premieres of Derek Bermel's Ritornello for electric guitar and orchestra and Osvaldo Golijov's "Sidereus."...
  • Indigo Girls a joyful hit at Allentown Symphony Hall

     
    By the volume of noise inside Symphony Hall Wednesday night you’d think that there were thousands in the audience for the concert by folk duo Indigo Girls. There wasn’t — it was a healthy sized crowd of hundreds, but those......
  • Rick Perry, a real riot [The conversation]

     
    Rick Perry announced Thursday that he was dropping out of the Republican presidential race, inspiring posts about his greatest gaffes, oops, blunders, mishits and dance moves. If nothing else, Perry has made for an entertaining day. In celebration of the....
  • Huntington buys long-missing archive of Civil War telegrams

     
    The Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens has acquired a long-lost cache of ledgers containing military telegrams from the Civil War, and code books used to decode them. Scholars think the find will help fill in some blanks in the...
  • ASO's 'The Planets' a spectacular concert experience

     
    One small step up the podium, one giant leap into the cosmos. On Saturday evening and Sunday afternoon at Symphony Hall, the Allentown Symphony Orchestra, piloted by conductor Diane Wittry, blasted off into the solar system and beyond with an...
  • Local charters among highest FCAT in state, others among lowest

     
    Some of the most extreme performances in Central Florida¬†– both the best and worst — on the third-grade reading FCAT tests released today came from charter schools. In Central Florida, two charter schools posted some of the highest passing...
  • Galileo charter hunts fourth principal

     
    Although it is less than a year old, the Galileo School for Gifted Learning in Seminole County is hunting its fourth principal. School leaders tonight are interviewing two finalists for the post, hoping to line up someone to take over before the new ...
  • Back to the moon: What's the point?

    Back to the moon: What's the point?
    Today's topic: What's the purpose of going back to the moon and eventually to Mars? Does NASA have its priorities straight on space travel? How much will the private sector play a role in the future of space exploration? A leaner, meaner NASA can take us...