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  • Skeletons come to life at CyberINK

    Skeletons come to life at CyberINK
    Some times you just have to drop everything to pursue your dreams, right? That's what Jean Latz Griffin decided to do when she stepped away from the world of news media and founded her own company called CyberINK. If you check out the site...
  • Digital Pulp: E-readers are revolutionizing the publishing industry

    Digital Pulp:  E-readers are revolutionizing the publishing industry
    There's a loud conversation going on in America right now about women and sex: An erotic novel called Fifty Shades of Grey is in high demand. It's dirty, it's risque, and housewives are getting all panty-twisted trying to get their mitts on it. Which is...
  • LIBYA: Political power struggle amid rumors of Kadafi family feud

     
    Recent developments in Libya suggest the political power struggle between moderates and the country's conservative old guard is back in full swing -- a spat some speculators trace to a rift in the inner circle of leader Moammar Kadafi's family.......
  • Beastie Boys' sampling in 'Paul's Boutique' again in spotlight

     
    Last week TufAmerica, Inc., which administers the rights to the recordings of Washington, D.C. go-go band Trouble Funk's catalog, filed lawsuit in federal court accusing the Beastie Boys of sampling without permission the group's 1982 funk classics, "Drop...
  • Charles S. Roberts, train line expert, dies at 80

    Charles S. Roberts, train line expert, dies at 80
    Charles Swann Roberts, an author and co-founder of publishing company Barnard, Roberts and Co. Inc. known for his extensive histories of the Pennsylvania Railroad, died Aug. 20 from complications of emphysema and pneumonia at St. Agnes Hospital. The...
  • Vintage whimsy

    Vintage whimsy
    On a visit to the Long Beach area in the early 1960s, David and Dorothy Weidman had their first glimpse of a planned community. David saw tract homes; Dorothy saw opportunity. "All those houses are going to need pictures for the walls," Dorothy recalls...
  • African American publishing matriarch dies

     
    Eunice W. Johnson, the woman who named Ebony Magazine, died of renal failure Sunday at her Chicago home. She was 93. Born in Selma, Ala., Johnson was the daughter of a doctor and a teacher. She married John H. Johnson......
  • > Photos: Jeb Bush promotes reading in Orlando

     
    Former governor Jeb Bush was in Orlando, Thursday, to promote reading –and his Foundation for Excellence in Education– at Tangelo Park Elementary School.  Bush read to kindergartners as a part of  ‘Read for the Record,' an attempt...
  • Forum offers targeted coverage for readers and advertisers

    Forum offers targeted coverage for readers and advertisers
    Welcome to Forum Publishing Group, Inc., home to more than two dozen community newspapers. Forum covers communities across South Florida, from Palm Beach County to Miami-Dade County, with a total circulation of over 565,780. Each Forum paper is geared...
  • The long and winding road

    Hilburn worked with Michael Jackson during 1984 and early 1985 on a book Jackson is writing for Doubleday. Michael Jackson's $47.5-million purchase of the Beatles' song collection last month was the climax of 10 months of intense, complicated and...
  • THE LONG AND WINDING ROAD

    Michael Jackson's $47.5-million purchase of the Beatles' song collection last month was the climax of 10 months of intense, complicated and confusing on-again, off-again negotiations. The package--of which the Beatles music was only part of the nearly 4,...