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  • Quirky in-flight catalog SkyMall files for bankruptcy as passengers find new distractions

    Quirky in-flight catalog SkyMall files for bankruptcy as passengers find new distractions
    Apparently, airline passengers aren't buying enough garden gnomes, superhero pajamas and heated cat shelters. SkyMall has filed for bankruptcy. The quirky in-flight shopping catalog has been a mainstay on airlines for more than three decades....
  • Surprisingly candid Bob Dylan, AARP magazine cover boy

    Surprisingly candid Bob Dylan, AARP magazine cover boy
    Like many great artists, Bob Dylan has made a career and reputation out of playing with ambiguities. After all, we are talking about a man who told an entire generation that the answers to many of life's vexing questions were blowing in the wind but...
  • Johnson Publishing to sell historic photo archive

     Johnson Publishing to sell historic photo archive
    A picture is worth a thousand words. You know that. Measured in dollars, Johnson Publishing is hoping 5 million of them will fetch closer to $40 million. Looking to raise cash, the Chicago-based publisher of Ebony magazine has put its entire photo...
  • Instant analysis of the Ravens' 30-17 win over the Steelers

    Instant analysis of the Ravens' 30-17 win over the Steelers
    Aaron Wilson, reporter: Behind a clutch second half from quarterback Joe Flacco, timely turnovers created by the defense and a relentless pass rush, the Ravens manufactured an impressive AFC wild-card playoff win over their AFC North rivals, beating the...
  • Sports Illustrated lays off all 6 staff photographers

    Sports Illustrated lays off all 6 staff photographers
    NEW YORK (AP) — Sports Illustrated is laying off all six of its staff photographers as it restructures its photography department. Scott Novak, a spokesman for parent company Time Inc., says that the magazine will be able to expand its contributor...
  • Israeli book chain scraps plan to sell Charlie Hebdo in stores

    Israeli book chain scraps plan to sell Charlie Hebdo in stores
    Israel’s largest bookstore chain canceled plans for in-store sales of the Charlie Hebdo "survivors’ edition" and announced Sunday that it would sell the magazine only online, after warnings by Arab lawmakers and activists. The first issue...
  • Columnist: Science may offer prolonged quality of life

    Aging is not a disease, as it affects everyone. Each day we age, and our risk of developing illnesses increases. By reducing illness, we may enable ourselves to live longer. However, beyond the age of 90, over 70 percent of us are dependent and often in...
  • Guided walk shows how camellias brighten a drab winter garden, benefit insects

    Guided walk shows how camellias brighten a drab winter garden,  benefit insects
    Camellias are plants with benefits — they add pops of flower color in the winter garden and help feed pollinating insects that emerge on warm winter days. "Camellias belong in the home landscape because they are attractive, evergreen shrubs that...
  • He captures concert images, from folk to punk

    He captures concert images, from folk to punk
    Photographer Brian Hineline sort of fell into having his work appear in publications such as Rolling Stone and Time magazines and The New York Times and Wall Street Journal. Hineline, a native of Monroe County who lives in Mount Pocono, was editing a...
  • Brian Hineline captures concert images, from folk to punk

    Photographer Brian Hineline sort of fell into having his work appear in publications such as Rolling Stone and Time magazines and The New York Times and Wall Street Journal. Hineline, a native of Monroe County who lives in Mount Pocono, was editing a...
  • Delray Beach a top retirement spot, magazine says

    Delray Beach a top retirement spot, magazine says
    The artsy downtown Delray Beach district is considered a haunt for young hipsters. Turns out the trendy shops, foodie-friendly restaurants and lively bars clustered around Atlantic Avenue are a great draw for oldsters, too. So says Where to Retire...