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  • Local man's Internet-privacy invention draws big interest

    Local man's Internet-privacy invention draws big interest
    Thanks to an unusually successful Kickstarter campaign, a Lake County entrepreneur is moving ahead with plans to market an Internet-privacy device that has drawn supporters from around the world. Eric Delisle, 43, raised $100,600 in four weeks for his...
  • In Midtown, plans to turn wasteland into wonderland

    In Midtown, plans to turn wasteland into wonderland
    Walk through a graffiti-tagged corridor, under a light rail bridge, past the cars hurtling down the Jones Falls Expressway and you've entered what some believe could become a wonderland. A group called Section 1 envisions a skate park built under a...
  • Jo Dee Messina recruits fans to pick songs

    Jo Dee Messina recruits fans to pick songs
    It has been a while since singer Jo Dee Messina's last — and only — trip to Walt Disney World. She remembers seeing Cinderella, Space Mountain and "maybe a glimpse of the parade," she said. She was about 8 years old. She will see more as the...
  • Pop, pop, pop-up: BierBeisl at Silaa Thai, Baja in Long Beach and a cat cafe

    Pop, pop, pop-up: BierBeisl at Silaa Thai, Baja in Long Beach and a cat cafe
    Kids are going back to school. And chefs are getting back into the kitchen, fired up with ideas that percolated over the summer. Some are planning pop-ups to showcase a new menu or a coming restaurant or cafe. A Baja California chef is coming north to...
  • The Prolific Erik Kukanskis Champions Waterbury's Collaborative Music Scene

    The Prolific Erik Kukanskis Champions Waterbury's Collaborative Music Scene
    Versatile Waterbury musician Erik Kukanskis plays drums for country-tinged punk band Eurisko, fronts Lazywayout and has a solo acoustic project called Saltwater Man. We invited Kukanskis to the CTNow White Room to do a song. Unfortunatley, the space was...
  • Tech companies rally against Web fast lanes

    Tech companies rally against Web fast lanes
    The Internet wasn't slowing down, but a special version of that dreaded "spinning wheel of death" popped up on numerous online sites Wednesday as pages were being loaded. The loading symbol on Netflix, Reddit, Kickstarter, Etsy and dozens of other sites...
  • Florida woman making purses from dog hair

    Florida woman making purses from dog hair
    This could bring a new meaning to "wearing fur."  A Tampa woman is hoping to start a new fashion trend by turning dog hair into high-end purses, WPTV reports.  Doris Carvalho, 50, has started a Kickstarter.com crowdfunding campaign to raise $15,000 to...
  • Kreskin plans off-Broadway show for his 80th year

    Kreskin plans off-Broadway show for his 80th year
    Legendary mentalist The Amazing Kreskin has launched a kickstarter campaign for an off-Broadway show to celebrate his 80th birthday next year. Kreskin who was born George Kresge Jr. in Montclair, N.J., and still lives in New Jersey, plans to produce a...
  • Zach Braff on Kickstarter: Judge the game, not the player [video]

    Zach Braff on Kickstarter: Judge the game, not the player [video]
    PARK CITY, Utah -- One of the more divisive movies at the Sundance Film Festival has been Zach Braff’s “Wish I Was Here,” the actor-filmmaker’s follow-up to “Garden State” that, with a major assist from Kickstarter, has...
  • Now you can shower with your smartphone (You know you want to)

    Now you can shower with your smartphone (You know you want to)
    It's official. We're addicted to our smartphones. You probably already knew that. But if not, here's your proof: There's now a water-proof shower cap for your smartphone. A London-based Kickstarter campaign reached its bare-bones funding goal mere...
  • Lobster shell disease is spreading -- but you can still eat the lobster

    Lobster shell disease is spreading -- but you can still eat the lobster
    Lobster shell disease -- a nasty business that can cause the shell to discolor or rot off completely -- has affected the southern New England lobster industry and reportedly is on the move. The disease turns the color of the lobster shells from their...