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  • Rooster Teeth's 'Lazer Team' Movie Raises $2.48 Million in Crowdfunding

    A crowdfunding campaign for Rooster Teeth's "Lazer Team" sci-fi comedy movie has raised a record $2.48 million from 37,497 funders in a month on the Indiegogo site. Indiegogo and Rooster Teeth said the campaign has surpassed the Indiegogo campaign for TV...
  • iTunes releases teen's rap album after he dies from cancer

    iTunes releases teen's rap album after he dies from cancer
    The teenage cancer patient with a gift for rhymes lived long enough to realize his dream of becoming a recording artist, but not to see his debut rap album hit the music charts. Jeff Mortimer, who inspired fellow pediatric patients and adults alike with...
  • Lawrence Summers goes to bat for endangered Export-Import Bank

    Former Treasury Secretary Lawrence H. Summers is urging Congress to reauthorize the endangered Export-Import Bank, saying that allowing the agency to shut down while other countries have similar programs to boost their foreign sales would be "the economic...
  • Alcoholic cider sales booming across U.S.

    Alcoholic cider sales booming across U.S.
    Cider is typically served cold, but it is one hot drink. The alcoholic drink, made from fermented apple juice, is staging what some consider to be a long overdue comeback in America, aided by the country's top brewers launching ciders and armed with...
  • New machines aim to be a runner's hurt blocker

    New machines aim to be a runner's hurt blocker
    The only thing more astounding than the number of runners nowadays — 541,000 finished a marathon last year, and 2 million ran a half-marathon — is the number of running injuries. The guesstimates never change: Every year, half of all runners...
  • Apple granted patent for all-glass iPhone, iPad building process

    Apple granted patent for all-glass iPhone, iPad building process
    Apple has been granted a patent for a method to create all-glass shells for electronic devices, such as iPhones and iPads. The method described in the patent, first reported by Apple Insider, would allow Apple to create glass shells that are durable and...
  • 'Frozen' planned for Americana at Brand summer film series

    'Frozen' planned for Americana at Brand summer film series
    The Americana at Brand is launching a summer movies series with a showing of the animated hit "Frozen" on Tuesday evening. Plans are to show films outdoors on the green at the Glendale shopping center every remaining Tuesday in July. Besides "Frozen,"...
  • Back-to-School: What to Buy Now, What to Buy Later

    Back-to-School: What to Buy Now, What to Buy Later
    Book reports and homework are the likely the last thing your kids are thinking about right now. Yet, retailers are already ramping up for back-to-school season with promotions on school supplies, clothing and gadgets. With so many sales events, parents...
  • YouTube video purportedly shows larger, sturdier iPhone 6 screen

    YouTube video purportedly shows larger, sturdier iPhone 6 screen
    A new iPhone will have a bigger screen, according to a popular YouTube reviewer who contends he’s gotten his hands on a production version of the upcoming iPhone 6's outer screen. The screen measures 4.7 inches diagonally, up from the iPhone’...
  • More glory for Jorgensen, Saunders

    It was a good weekend for two athletes recently featured in the Tribune. Gwen Jorgensen of suburban Milwaukee extended her record victory streak in the World Triathlon Series to four by taking Saturday’s sprint race in Hamburg, Germany. As...
  • Eileen Fisher opens new concept store in L.A.

    Eileen Fisher opens new concept store in L.A.
    Eileen Fisher, the 30-year-old brand built on easy, understated knits and separates, is aiming to address a younger customer with a new boutique on a stretch of Robertson Boulevard peppered with paparazzi and trend-driven boutiques like Kitson and Curve....