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  • Captive orangutans in Indonesian sanctuary may be released thanks to development company

     
    TANJUNG PUTING NATIONAL PARK, Indonesia — Their black eyes peer from the slats of wooden cages, hundreds of orangutans orphaned after their mothers were shot or hacked to death for straying out of Indonesia's rapidly disappearing forests in search...
  • Jane Goodall's primatology archives to be moved to Duke University

     
    DURHAM, N.C. -- Chimpanzee expert Jane Goodall is moving her vast collection of field data to Duke University. Duke spokesman Karl Bates said Thursday the archives on chimpanzees that Goodall gathered during decades of work in Tanzania is being moved........
  • Movie Review: Born to Be Wild 3D

     
    A large format (IMAX) nature film of the type normally seen in museums and science centers, “Born to be Wild 3D” celebrates the efforts of two intrepid women, half a world apart, who rescue orphaned animals and return them to the wild. This is...
  • Humane Society CEO to sign book in Sanford

     
    Wayne Pacelle, the Humane Society's president and CEO, will be at Books-A-Million, 200 N. Entrance Road, near Seminole Towne Center, for a discussion and book signing at 7 p.m., Friday, May 6. Pacelle has written his first book, “The Bond: Our...
  • Walmart $5 Day at Orlando Science Center this Saturday

     
    The Walmart Foundation and the Orlando Science Center will host “Walmart $5 Day” at the Orlando Science Center this Saturday, April 23. All guests to the Science Center on that day will enjoy exhibits, films and live programs for the...
  • Children’s author Marianne Berkes at Orlando Science Center

     
    The Orlando Science Center will host children’s book author Marianne Berkes for a reading and book signing from 1 to 3 p.m. on Saturday, May 7. She will appear in the earth and space science hall, “Our Planet, Our Universe,” and read...
  • A Gypset crowd gathers at Des Kohan

     
    On Thursday in the window of the mid-Wilshire boutique Des Kohan, flashes of strong color and bold ethnic prints stood out among the body-conscious and deeper-toned Azzedine Alaia, Preen and Helmut Lang items the store has become known for. The......
  • This weekend: Giants-49ers in prime time; ‘Shark Tank’ returns; Rob Lowe as Drew Peterson

     
    Rob Lowe strives to show his versatility by tackling the lead role in "Drew Peterson: Untouchable" at 8 p.m. on Lifetime. The movie also features Kaley Cuoco, who is a long way from "The Big Bang Theory."...
  • The Supreme Court and the slaughterhouse

     
    Could Southern California Republican congressman Elton Gallegly please step in, and make one of his last acts in Congress a humane one –- one more time? The Supreme Court just threw out a California law, saying the state overstepped its......
  • Restraining order was sought against Thomas Kinkade's girlfriend

     
    After Thomas Kinkade died April 6, his girlfriend was quick to talk about the circumstances of his death....
  • Ridley-Thomas questions timing of tax measure sought by Villaraigosa

     
    Saying the November presidential ballot is already "full to overflowing," L.A. County Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas expressed "serious reservations" about whether voters should also be asked to endorse a permanent extension of a half-cent sales tax for...