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  • South Florida's teenage poets find their voice in WordSpeak program

    The words and feelings pouring out of Celestelle Webster, 19 and Christelle Roach, 18, on this sunny afternoon seem fiercely, startlingly beyond their years. "The bones in my body are like needles in my skin ... I am a bomb, take shelter." Facing each...
  • 'Dreadnought' takes to the skies, powered by Unreal Engine 4

    GamerHub.tv LOS ANGELES - Yager is entering the free-to-play video game space with a unique sci-fi multiplayer aerial armada combat game, "Dreadnought." At E3 2014, the developer had five versus five gameplay running in pre-alpha, although from the...
  • Review: 'Tambora' by Gillen D'Arcy Wood

    Review: 'Tambora' by Gillen D'Arcy Wood
    In Ireland, families huddled together and died by the thousands, killed by typhus and starvation. In the agriculturally rich province of Yunnan, China, some parents sold children for a mouthful of rice. In the delta of the Bay of Bengal, cholera killed...
  • REVIEW: For Tegan and Sara at Levitt Pavilion SteelStacks, everything is awesome

     
    When Canadian twin-sister duo Tegan and Sara released its most recent album, “Heartthrob,” a year ago, there was more than a bit of consternation that its synth-heavy ‘80s new wave vibe was too much of a change from the indie......
  • As technologies converge, AT&T keeps a wary eye on Google

    AT&T Inc. has many strong rivals in the great convergence of wireless, Internet and video technologies, but none looms larger potentially than search giant Google Inc. That's the impression from a close reading of a recent regulatory filing supporting...
  • CTA's Red Line art installations are poetry in motion

    I almost got arrested 15 years ago in Paris when I took pictures of poems on display in the Metro train system. The photo ban was for security reasons. I explained that I was a Chicagoan wanting to show pictures to city officials so that our CTA might...
  • Bulletin Board

    Tuesday Art exhibit, Soul of a Bird, oil paintings by Victoria Sheridan, Spanish River Library, 15601 Spanish River Blvd., Boca Raton. View during library hours, 9 a.m.-9 p.m., Monday and Wednesday; 9 a.m.-6 p.m., Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday;...
  • Lyric Opera reports banner year for ticket sales, revenue, fundraising

    Lyric Opera reports banner year for ticket sales, revenue, fundraising
    American opera producers such as New York City Opera (which suspended operations in October) and San Diego Opera (which in May rescinded a unanimous vote made by its board two months earlier to close the company) bemoan the difficulties of sustaining an...
  • Seattle hiking writer Karen Sykes, 70, died pursuing her passion

    One of the last things Karen Sykes would ever publish was a modest blog post about a modest trail in an out-of-the-way part of Washington state. In it, the Seattle poet and outdoor writer brought good tidings from Snohomish County: She had found trees...
  • In a word: terpsichorean

    Each week The Sun's John McIntyre presents a relatively obscure but evocative word with which you may not be familiar, another brick to add to the wall of your vocabulary. This week's word:  TERPSICHOREAN Though many evangelical Christians have been...
  • Survivor pours out heart in Holocaust poetry

    Doris Mehl couldn't talk about the Holocaust for 35 years. Then one morning in 1980, she awoke and began writing poetry. "I poured out my heart for weeks," the 88-year-old survivor and Sunrise resident said. The words, both angry and poignant, would not...