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  • Snapchat hires CNN political reporter Peter Hamby for news operation

    Snapchat hires CNN political reporter Peter Hamby for news operation
    CNN national political reporter Peter Hamby is joining Snapchat Inc. as head of news. Hamby, who joined CNN nearly a decade ago, becomes the most notable hire for Snapchat’s months-old media-partnerships operation. The Venice start-up’s...
  • For one year, reading books by only minority authors

    For one year, reading books by only minority authors
    In 2014, I decided that for the entire year, I wouldn't read books written by white authors. My goal was to address the reading practices I developed growing up in Australia, where white authors have dominated the literary world. My high school reading...
  • Dodgers fans find ways around local blackout

    John Franks doesn't subscribe to Time Warner Cable, but that didn't stop him from putting his feet up on the bed to watch Clayton Kershaw lead the Los Angeles Dodgers to a win on TV. The die-hard fan hasn't missed any games lately despite the ongoing...
  • The Shops at City Center launch with openings of Sorrelli and Minuteman Press

    The Shops at City Center launch with openings of Sorrelli and Minuteman Press
    City Center, a major mixed-use development in downtown Allentown, today officially launched The Shops at City Center with a ribbon-cutting ceremony for its first two stores, Sorrelli, a national fashion jewelry company, and Minuteman Press of the Lehigh...
  • Distract finger-biting cat with other amusements

    These reader questions were answered at the 2015 International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants Feline Behavior Conference April 11-12 in Atlanta. Speakers included veterinary behaviorists and certified cat behavior consultants on issues ranging...
  • April 30 is Poem in your Pocket Day

    April 30 is Poem in your Pocket Day
    A week from today, people across the country will carry a poem to share with friends, family, co-workers, and maybe even fellow shoppers or commuters. You can join the fun online by using the hashtag #pocketpoem. Need a poem to carry? Here are several...
  • Earth Day freebies, deals and sales on Wednesday

    Earth Day freebies, deals and sales on Wednesday
    We love the planet and earth-friendly freebies, so here's a bunch of goodies you can score in honor of Earth Day, celebrated Wednesday. In other words, be green and save green! Ahava.com: Free four-piece Earth Day Kit valued at $22 with $50 order...
  • Record box-office year predicted, anti-piracy efforts touted at CinemaCon

    Record box-office year predicted, anti-piracy efforts touted at CinemaCon
    John Fithian, president of the National Assn. of Theatre Owners, predicted that the motion-picture theater industry would grow to new heights in 2015. "In 15 years of standing on a Vegas stage, I have never before made this prediction — 2015...
  • Amazon launches travel service Amazon Destinations

    Amazon launches travel service Amazon Destinations
    The site that sells everything from toilet paper to toys can now send you on a romantic getaway. Amazon is expanding its travel service online, dubbed Amazon Destinations, the latest effort by the e-commerce site to bolster its service offerings. The...
  • Citrix changes spark disagreement

    Citrix changes spark disagreement
    Broward-born Citrix Systems is all grown up, and with that comes new problems. A little over 25 years ago, Citrix was a startup launched by three people from IBM and other big tech companies. Citrix soon became the technology company to watch in South...
  • Fundraising campaign targets new scoreboard for Crescenta Valley Little League

    Fundraising campaign targets new scoreboard for Crescenta Valley Little League
    It’s not uncommon for a baseball game to be rained out, but a storm in December went one step further and knocked down an entire scoreboard at Montrose Community Park. The board belonged to the Crescenta Valley Little League, which installed it...