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  • Greg Schwem: Beware Apple Genius Bar employees! My mother approaches

    I have frequented numerous Apple stores around the country but, because I do not have employee status, have never seen a back office, stock room or break area. Should this occur, I'm convinced I would also observe a grainy, black-and-white photo of my...
  • Sad to see O'Malley 'debating' Perry in debased 'Crossfire' forum

    Sad to see O'Malley 'debating' Perry in debased 'Crossfire' forum
    I will leave it to The Sun's political reporters to write about who "won" or "lost" this cooked-up and dumbed-down TV cartoon of a debate between Gov. Martin O'Malley and his Texas counterpart Rick Perry Wednesday on CNN's "Crossfire." I am only here to...
  • Social media on the job hunt

    Social media on the job hunt
    Social media have proved to be a powerful recruitment resource for companies. A recent CareerBuilder survey found that the 39 percent of hiring managers research candidates via social media to find out more about them. In a recent article in The Atlantic,...
  • The most important question to ask before seeking an MBA

    Brazen Careerist When the almighty MBA degree is bestowed, you may think your career path woes will be solved forever. An MBA (supposedly) puts you on the fast track to wealth and business success. But before you get ahead of yourself and start dreaming...
  • Learn to maximize your skills and beat the 7-career myth

    Brazen Careerist "You'll have seven careers in your lifetime." That's advice you've probably heard and perhaps taken to heart. It's one of the most popular pieces of guidance echoed by almost every career counselor. The problem is, it's a myth that's...
  • For John Grisham, a time to reflect on books and politics

     For John Grisham, a time to reflect on books and politics
    John Grisham is the world's most successful author of legal thrillers (and one baseball novel, last year's "Calico Joe") with sales of more than 275 million copies to his credit. He talked by phone from his office in Charlottesville, Va., about...
  • 'Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark' may be set for lights out on Broadway

    'Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark' may be set for lights out on Broadway
    The seemingly cursed Broadway musical “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark” will reportedly be turning off its lights for good come January. The production -- the most expensive show in Broadway history at a hefty $75 million -- has not been...
  • 'Spider-Man' to swing to Las Vegas once it goes dark on Broadway

    'Spider-Man' to swing to Las Vegas once it goes dark on Broadway
    The seemingly cursed musical “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark” will be turning off its lights for good come January -- at least on Broadway. "We are excited to report that the next destination for 'Spider-Man' will be the entertainment capital...
  • Four dead in Brooklyn rock band murder-suicide, newspaper reports

    Four dead in Brooklyn rock band murder-suicide, newspaper reports
    This post has been updated, see below for details. Three men, including two members of a Brooklyn rock band, are dead after a fellow musician shot them to death in their East Williamsburg apartments before turning the gun on himself, according to...
  • 'Thor: The Dark World' more thudding than thunderous, critics say

    The titular hammer-wielding superhero returns in "Thor: The Dark World," this time to stop a race of dark elves from plunging the universe into blackness. But, despite all creation hanging in the balance, film critics are somewhat unmoved by the god of...
  • Review: 'Andrew's Brain' by E.L. Doctorow

    Review: 'Andrew's Brain' by E.L. Doctorow
    Shortly after the 1975 release of E.L. Doctorow's novel "Ragtime," the novelist drew not only praise but fierce condemnation for inflecting historical figures and facts with the spin of fiction. As his critics then saw it, his genre-blurring book...