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  • Disney's SOAPnet channel headed for the drain

    SOAPnet's bubble has finally burst. On Dec. 31, Walt Disney Co. will pull the plug on the cable channel it created 14 years ago to squeeze extra life from its popular daytime dramas. But like all great soap opera characters, this one didn't go down...
  • Bose and 'Arrow:' Sound Company Helps the CW Launch Superhero Spinoff 'Blood Rush'

    Bose, the maker of high-end electronics devices like sound cancelling headphones and speaker systems, is going after a younger audience by pairing up with the CW's "Arrow." Together with the network and the show's producers, Bose is behind "Blood Rush,"...
  • Nail services a point of popularity

    Nail services a point of popularity
    The love affair with nail polish that ignited during the recession is still going strong. According to a March 2013 report by global market research firm NPD Group, "more than half of women age 18-plus have purchased nail products for at-home use or...
  • 'Thor' roars at box office. 'Modern Family' problem for USA.

    'Thor' roars at box office. 'Modern Family' problem for USA.
    Before the coffee. After remembering Veterans Day. The Skinny: I ran a 10K Sunday at a pace of just over eight minutes per mile. Not bad for a geezer. I guess for me life's a sprint, not a marathon. I'll be sore for the next few days but it was worth...
  • Amazon's Sunday delivery to spread next year

    E-commerce giant Amazon will provide Sunday package delivery at no extra cost in two key cities and plans to expand the program dramatically next year. Kelly Cheeseman, an Amazon spokeswoman, didn't say whether Baltimore would be included in that...
  • Girl Scouts aim to boost financial literacy with prepaid card offer

    They've had long-standing partnerships with some of the nation's largest commercial bakeries. Now, there's a marketing arrangement with a financial services company that sells a prepaid debit card for teenagers. What gives with the Girl Scouts? For...
  • Obamacare better than alternative [Letter]

    Obamacare better than alternative [Letter]
    Obamacare could never have been a success without national and mandatory medical insurance. Take that away and the concept begins to crumble even without the opposition of Republican ideologues. All classes of our society appear delighted to take from the...
  • Sony Is Keeping PlayStation's Internet TV Options Open

    When Sony launches the PlayStation 4 this week, the tricked-out $399 console will have a number of new features -- but it won't give gamers a way to watch live TV channels. In an interview, Mike Aragon, VP and GM of global digital video and music...
  • Jack Spillman February 23, 1930 - October 15, 2013

    Jack Spillman February 23, 1930 - October 15, 2013
    Jack Spillman died peacefully at his Glendale home after a long illness at the age of 83. Jack was born in Chicago, where he graduated from the University of Chicago. He then relocated to Southern California where he received a second Bachelor’s...
  • Some dollar-menu items are passing the buck

    Some dollar-menu items are passing the buck
    Craving a burger off a fast-food dollar menu? Chances are that it now costs more than a buck. Customers are still reeling from McDonald's move last week to update its Dollar Menu, which for more than a decade offered burgers, fries and other items for...
  • 'Parkinson Radio Hour' debuts in South Florida

    'Parkinson Radio Hour' debuts in South Florida
    There's a new local radio show for South Floridians with Parkinson's disease. "The Parkinson's Radio Hour" airs from 8 to 9 a.m. Saturdays on WBZT-AM 1230, covering South Florida from the Keys to Vero beach. The show, which debuted Oct. 5, serves as a...