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  • Prince William evokes Diana memories on Japan tsunami trip

    Britain's Prince William is spending the latter half of his four-day stay in Japan, starting Saturday, in the country's tsunami-ravaged northeast, a visit certain to draw global attention to the stories of survival and continuing suffering in the region.
  • As more needy sea lions flood in, Marine Mammal Center gets help

    As more needy sea lions flood in, Marine Mammal Center gets help
    The Pacific Marine Mammal Center in Laguna Beach is experiencing a bad case of deja vu, and it's probably not the only rescue facility feeling that way. The center, which rehabilitates ocean-dwelling animals and returns them to their habitat, has seen...

    SoCal Gas, third-party insurer should disclose their sweetheart deal

    SoCal Gas, third-party insurer should disclose their sweetheart deal
    Southern California Gas wants its customers to pay extra for insurance on gas lines in their homes and it wants them to buy coverage from a Connecticut company called Home Emergency Insurance Solutions. At least that's the impression many people could...

    Gene Stilp, 'master of political theater,' takes a bow

    Gene Stilp, 'master of political theater,' takes a bow
    — The Marcellus Shale Coalition had spent months and thousands of dollars on a rally and parade against drilling taxes. It chartered buses. It rented Harrisburg's minor league baseball stadium. It handed out free "Pennsylvania Jobs, Pennsylvania...

    Wesleyan Photo Exhibit Depicts 2011 Nuclear Disaster In Japan

    Wesleyan Photo Exhibit Depicts 2011 Nuclear Disaster In Japan
    A new art event at Wesleyan University in Middletown consists of a series of still photographs of Professor Eiko Otake dancing, freeform, elegantly, draped in a variety of handsome fabrics. What is extraordinary about the photos isn't just Otake's dynamic...