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  • AFM: Gaumont And Wild Bunch Encounter Nicolas Winding Refn's 'The Neon Demon'

    Following Cannes-competing "Only God Forgives," Gaumont and Wild Bunch are set to re-team on Nicolas Winding Refn's "The Neon Demon." The two Paris-based powerhouses will co-finance and co-distribute the movie, kicking off pre-sales at the AFM. A horror...
  • Blotter: Fire deliberately set in Lake Forest restroom

    Blotter: Fire deliberately set in Lake Forest restroom
    The following items were taken from Lake Forest police records. A 31-year-old Lake Forest man was arrested at 9:49 p.m. Oct. 13 on Route 41 at Westleigh Road. He was served with a Cook County warrant for driving on a suspended license and transported to...
  • Fiji has tropical charms for nearly any traveler's budget

    When people picture crystal-blue waters, talcum-like beaches, over-the-water huts, bluebird-colored skies and days spent in lounging in hammocks or snorkeling, they typically think of Bora Bora in French Polynesia. What many don't know is that Fiji is...
  • Kathy Van Mullekom: Meet beneficial flower flies that like asters; and bad black swallow-wort that threatens monarchs

    Kathy Van Mullekom: Meet beneficial flower flies that like asters; and bad black swallow-wort that threatens monarchs
    My pollinator garden filled with fall-flowering goldenrods, black-eyed Susan and asters hums with late-season insects. That's the way it's supposed to work, according to Helen Hamilton. She's author of "Wildflowers and Grasses of Virginia's Coastal...
  • A Lehigh Valley future with more farms, buses and downtown homes

    A Lehigh Valley future with more farms, buses and downtown homes
    The sun hasn't poked over the horizon yet, but Allentown's Kareem Bechea is already on his daily five-block walk to catch a LANTA bus that will take him to his job at WindKits, a Fogelsville windmill parts manufacturer. The 5:37 a.m. bus will rumble...
  • Museum of Science and Industry opens holiday exhibit Nov. 13

     Museum of Science and Industry opens holiday exhibit Nov. 13
    People around the world celebrate the upcoming holiday season in myriad ways. The Museum of Science and Industry salutes that diversity with its colorful dual celebration, "Christmas Around the World" and "Holidays of Light." The festivities open with a...
  • Hong Kong Star Nicholas Tse Sells Post-Prod Company to See Corp

    HONG KONG - Actor and singer Nicholas Tse Ting-fung is to become the largest shareholder in publicly-listed See Corporation after selling a controlling stake in his post-production company for nearly $16 million. Tse, whose career stretches from Hong...
  • Matt Cartwright: A prescription for moving America to a better future

    Matt Cartwright: A prescription for moving America to a better future
    I am grateful to have been given the opportunity to serve the people of the 17th Congressional District of Pennsylvania. I would like to continue my work to create jobs, grow our economy, protect the environment, and support veterans and seniors. While in...
  • GMO crops have fans, critics

    (Reuters) - Since commercialization of the world's first genetically engineered crops in 1995-1996, there has been an ongoing debate globally about the safety and effectiveness of the crops. China has recently slowed its process for allowing imports of...
  • To help preserve animal population, devote space to native plants

    To help preserve animal population, devote space to native plants
    I just learned that we've lost about half the world's nonhuman vertebrate animal population since 1970. This is shocking. One of the two main culprits is habitat loss. Can Marylanders help without turning their yards into woods? Devote space to native...
  • Mount Dora Plant and Garden Fair returns for 20th year

    Mount Dora Plant and Garden Fair returns for 20<sup>t</sup><sup>h</sup> year
    MOUNT DORA — Need help with that green thumb of yours? You're in luck. Vendors at the 20th annual Plant and Garden Fair this weekend are there to assist. One such vendor is grower Luc Duytsche and his wife, Sonia, who own A Natural Farm and...