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  • Cellphone Theft is Rampant, Brazen and on the Rise

    Cellphone Theft is Rampant, Brazen and on the Rise
    She was sitting quietly on a Connecticut Transit bus in Hamden last year, talking on her cell. A man got up as the bus pulled up to a stop. As he passed, he snatched the phone from the woman's hand and jumped off just before the bus pulled away from the...
  • AOL Pulls New Ad Boss from Publicis

    AOL named Bob Lord, previously head of ad agency Publicis Groupe's digital technologies division, to run its advertising group, and AOL also officially announced a pact with Publicis to jointly offer "live" video and web ads across multiple screens via...
  • Partners with 12 strings attached

    Partners with 12 strings attached
    When Robert Wetzel met fellow classical guitarist Fred Benedetti in the master's degree program at San Diego State University, they found a musical kinship that would evolve into a long professional bond. Each had played in enough situations to know...
  • Author Jessica Speart Comes to the Westport Writers' Workshop on Saturday

    Author Jessica Speart Comes to the Westport Writers' Workshop on Saturday
    Ever feel like you've had a good book inside you all your life, just waiting for the right opportunity for you to put it down on paper (or more likely, on Microsoft Word)? The time is now. Author Jessica Speart has written ten mystery books in her time...
  • Jay Z, Madonna and Timberlake are NOT joining boycott against Florida

    Jay Z, Madonna and Timberlake are NOT joining boycott against Florida
    Representatives for Madonna, Jay Z, Justin Timberlake and several other stars have strongly denied reports suggesting the musicians were joining Stevie Wonder in his boycott of the state of Florida following the George Zimmerman verdict. According to a...
  • Finding beauty in truth -- even the tarnished parts

    Finding beauty in truth -- even the tarnished parts
    A person can only say so much about countertops, and Glennon Doyle Melton had said enough. Enough about countertops and Little League and all the ways her life was good and healthy and enviable. It was exhausting, and it was not the whole story. It...
  • Was The Royal Baby's First Car Seat Improperly Secured? Some Say Yes

    Was The Royal Baby's First Car Seat Improperly Secured? Some Say Yes
    Bringing a newborn home for the first time is certainly anxiety-inducing for new parents, especially if that trip is being viewed by millions of people around the globe. So it is understandable if Prince William and Kate Middleton were a bit jittery...
  • Jesse Dylan film an appreciation of MOCA's departing Jeffrey Deitch

    Jesse Dylan film an appreciation of MOCA's departing Jeffrey Deitch
    Jesse Dylan, a Los Angeles filmmaker and the son of Bob Dylan, released a short film on Friday in defense of MOCA’s “embattled” director Jeffrey Deitch, who resigned from the museum on Wednesday. “People are resistant to change;...
  • Yellen gains allies for top job at Fed

    WASHINGTON — In an era of unprecedented efforts by the Federal Reserve to bolster the economy, add another first — a highly public campaign to influence the selection of the central bank's next chief. Supporters of Fed Vice Chair Janet L....
  • Why it's OK to be confused about your career

    Brazen Careerist Career confusion can happen at any age. It may start during childhood, when a teacher says you can be whatever you want to be when you grow up and then crushes your dreams by explaining that "mermaid" is not a viable career option. My...
  • Fusion To Launch October 28 With Satire in Prime-Time

    Fusion, the news-and-lifestyle cable network aimed at Latino audiences and backed by Univision and Walt Disney's ABC, said it would launch in October 28 in approximately 20 million homes, bringing with it a primetime block that offers a mix of satire,...