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  • Chicago agency helps Wheat Thins find hidden message

    Chicago agency helps Wheat Thins find hidden message
    When The Escape Pod, a small Chicago ad agency, was charged with creating a new campaign for Wheat Thins, an outside-the-box idea came from the box itself. Drop a few letters from the name, and Wheat Thins becomes "Eat This." Drop 700-pound concrete...
  • School briefs: Feb. 19

    New principal tabbed for Maplebrook school Ryan DeBora was named by the Naperville School District 203 Board as principal of Maplebrook Elementary in Naperville effective July 1. He will replace Gwen Bockman, who is retiring at the end of the school...
  • Stan Chambers dies at 91; newsman had six-decade career at KTLA

    Stan Chambers dies at 91; newsman had six-decade career at KTLA
    When the story broke that a little girl was trapped in a well in San Marino, thousands of Angelenos snapped on their television sets. They kept them on for the next 27 hours. The year was 1949 — decades before live coverage of car chases, hostage...
  • FOX CT Workers To Vote On Joining A Union

    FOX CT Workers To Vote On Joining A Union
    HARTFORD — About 50 reporters, camera operators, editors and anchors at the FOX CT television station will vote Wednesday on whether to join the National Association of Broadcast Employees and Technicians, a division of the Communications Workers of...
  • MTV architect Van Toffler to leave Viacom

    MTV architect Van Toffler to leave Viacom
    One of the last of the MTV originals -- a man who helped introduce the world to "Beavis & Butthead," "The Real World," "Jackass," "The Osbournes," "Jersey Shore," and an infamous question posed to President Clinton: "Is it boxers or briefs?" -- is leaving...
  • Arts events show students lessons of the Civil War

     Arts events show students lessons of the Civil War
    A century and a half after the end of the Civil War, Jeff Revels wondered how to make America's bloodiest conflict relevant to today's students. Then, the artistic director of child-focused Orlando Repertory Theatre  found the answer in current headlines....
  • 'Fake news' never looked so good

    'Fake news' never looked so good
    "Did I die?" That's how host Jon Stewart of "The Daily Show" opened his program on the evening after he announced that he was walking away from it after 16 years. The "weird" coverage of his departure felt like reading his own obituary. Enjoy it, Jon....
  • Black History Month marked with events, history, music and more

    Black History Month is a celebration of African-American history and culture. This year, the Daily Press is presenting a Black History Primer with the information you need to know about African-American history in four Peninsula localities. Each Sunday in...
  • James Franco will time travel for Stephen King's '11/22/63'

    James Franco will time travel for Stephen King's '11/22/63'
    James Franco is going back in time for the upcoming Hulu original series "11/22/63," based on the novel of the same name by Stephen King. Franco will play high school English teacher Jake Epping, who discovers a way to travel back in time to the 1960s...
  • Tello Films incubates web series

    Tello Films incubates web series
    Midway through its second season, Comedy Central's "Broad City" has made its mark not only for being funny and audacious, but also because the show's central dynamic is one that rarely anchors a sitcom anymore — that of a deep and abiding friendship...
  • Mexico and Wal-Mart launch initiative to improve lives of farmworkers

    Mexico and Wal-Mart launch initiative to improve lives of farmworkers
    The Mexican government and Wal-Mart, the world's largest retailer, have announced steps to improve the lives of the nation's farmworkers, two months after a Los Angeles Times investigation detailed labor abuses at Mexican agribusinesses that supply...