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  • Opening Minds, Changing Rules

    Did you see this story in the New York Times this morning? As we begin to open our minds and be accepting of differences, new challenges arise. It would be easy to look the other way and think "Well, that's not my kid. It's not my problem." But it...
  • Tire 411

    Tire 411
    Keeping tires properly inflated is vital to maintaining the right performance, safety and fuel economy guidelines for your car. It’s ironic, then, that something so important is often left to the driver’s discretion. The new mandatory tire...
  • Project Cake: Runway-inspired desserts take their cues from fashionable wedding-dress designs

    Project Cake: Runway-inspired desserts take their cues from fashionable wedding-dress designs
    Maybe a swirl of organza or an overlay of Alencon lace would look best; possibly a bit of crystal beading. Style considerations for the bridal salon, right? Yes, and now the cake shop, too. With wedding cake design increasingly taking its cue from the...
  • Marlins: fans esperan una gran temporada en Miami

    Varias horas antes de que los Marlins de Miami apalearan a los Rockies de Colorado, 10-1, en el primer partido de la temporada 2014 en la Pequeña Habana, miles de fanáticos locales ya festejan. Atrás habían quedado las 100 dolorosas derrotas de una...
  • Reel China: Lauded 'Black Coal, Thin Ice' hopes for audience at home

    BEIJING -- The Chinese Film “Black Coal, Thin Ice,” which took home the Golden Bear at the Berlin Film Festival last month, has cleared censorship and will arrive in mainland theaters March 21. But the question now hanging over director Diao...
  • Boca's Women's Theatre Project stages play about Molly Ivins

    Boca's Women's Theatre Project stages play about Molly Ivins
    Try as it might, “Red Hot Patriot: The Kick-ass Wit of Molly Ivins” just can’t break out of that theatrical trap that clamps down on so many one-person plays. You know what I’m talking about: that monologue matrix of “...
  • Go Away With ... Les Stroud

    Go Away With ... Les Stroud
    Best known as the creator, star and producer of the popular television series "Survivorman," Les Stroud also is a bestselling author, advanced survival trainer for the Canadian Military Armed Forces and a musician who has written theme songs for his...
  • Does it matter if critics of Arizona bill didn't read it?

    SB 1062, the Arizona bill that would have made it easier to discriminate against gays and lesbians (and other people), was vetoed last week by Gov. Jan Brewer. But some social conservatives won’t let the subject go. They’re making two...
  • Read the 1853 story on Solomon Northup's release from slavery

    Read the 1853 story on Solomon Northup's release from slavery
    If you've seen this year's best picture, "12 Years a Slave," you know that the movie was based on the memoir by Solomon Northup, who was born in New York as a free man but was kidnapped in Washington, DC and sold into slavery. The New York Times...
  • France Doesn't Really Care About the Oscars

    I will never take the Oscars for granted again. In the United States, the Academy Awards show is second only to NFL games when it comes to must-see TV -- and within the Hollywood circles I frequented, the Oscars were tops -- so finding a social setting...
  • Microsoft puts creator of 'Scroogled' ads in charge of strategy

    Microsoft puts creator of 'Scroogled' ads in charge of strategy
    Anyone who thought new Microsoft Chief Executive Satya Nadella might take a less combative approach than his predecessor might want to think again. On Monday, the company confirmed a number of executive changes, most notably the elevation of Mark Penn...