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  • Cherry Canyon Park volunteers remove ivy and plant native species

    Cherry Canyon Park volunteers remove ivy and plant native species
    Volunteers spent half a day Saturday removing recently planted ivy seedlings from the Owl Trail entrance in Cherry Canyon and replacing them with sage, currant, lilac and other native plants. The effort was spearheaded by Lisa Novick, director of...
  • Does New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's weight matter?

    Does New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's weight matter?
    New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is one of the most popular leaders in the Republican Party. He shows up in polls among top GOP presidential prospects for 2016. But Christie has struggled for years to lose weight, and a former White House doctor recently...
  • Is GOP abusing filibuster in blocking nominee for defense secretary?

    Is GOP abusing filibuster in blocking nominee for defense secretary?
    Senate Republicans used a filibuster to block a confirmation vote Thursday on Chuck Hagel, President Obama’s nominee for defense secretary. Harry Reid, the Senate’s Democratic leader, said it was the first time a nominee for the Pentagon&...
  • Three independent bookstores sue Amazon, publishers

    Three independent bookstores sue Amazon, publishers
    Three independent bookstores have filed a class action suit against Amazon and the six major publishers, accusing them of creating a monopoly in e-book sales. The complaint, filed in New York on Feb. 15, focuses on digital rights management, known as DRM....
  • Nothing to see here: Is GEO Group editing its Wikipedia page?

    The GEO Group entered the sports world Tuesday when it purchased, for $6 million, the naming rights for FAU Stadium. In doing so, it walked directly into the line of vision of the public eye. And after 48 hours, the judgment from the public as been...
  • A reflection on the merits of the historical novel vs. the historical film

    A reflection on the merits of the historical novel vs. the historical film
    Although there will presumably be no hoop skirts or beaver-skin top hats on the red carpet, this year's Academy Awards are putting a spotlight on American history. I've spent years studying, writing and teaching about the fight to end slavery, so I was...
  • Art mixes with nature at Transformation

    Art mixes with nature at Transformation
    When Stephanie Paige was growing up, her most common nightly entertainment was bigger than an iPhone, bigger than an iPad — for that matter, bigger even than an IMAX screen. Her father, an avid outdoorsman, raised his family in the woods, and...
  • Even Thomas Schaller would agree that statistics don't lie ("The myth of 'liberal media bias,'" March 6). Liberals make up only 20 percent of the electorate, yet they dominate the media. One only has to watch Judy Woodruff hyperventilate when speaking...
  • History Channel uses pulpit power, Twitter, conservative sites to sell 'The Bible'

    History Channel uses pulpit power, Twitter, conservative sites to sell 'The Bible'
    A few years ago, the History Channel was best known to some as a punch line on HBO’s “The Sopranos.” Remember mobster Tony Soprano sitting alone late at night in his New Jersey McMansion eating ice cream and watching World War II...
  • Beyonce wears tricky Tom Ford mini at video viewing party

    Beyonce wears tricky Tom Ford mini at video viewing party
    Beyonce wore an outfit from Tom Ford's spring 2014 collection to a release and viewing party Saturday for her new "Beyonce"  album. The tight, high-neck, mosaic-covered mini with thigh high boots managed to reveal and conceal the singer at the same time....
  • Debbie Martinez wants Florida women to Stand Strong

    Debbie Martinez wants Florida women to Stand Strong
      For every two new marriages recorded in a given year, there is one divorce, according to Patheos.com. Florida also happens to be home to the divorce capital of America—Panama City. It’s a little known fact, but Florida contains three...