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  • 'American Idol' recap: Season 13 kicks off with humor and talent

    'American Idol' recap: Season 13 kicks off with humor and talent
    "Life can change … in a heartbeat," "American Idol" reminded us Wednesday night as it kicked off a new season with a fresh batch of hopefuls, a greater focus on the positive (fewer prolonged looks at the cringe-inducingly untalented and delusional)...
  • A Grand Canyon buried beneath the ice! (Yes, another one.)

    Researchers have discovered a massive trench buried beneath the Antarctic ice -- a valley deeper than the Grand Canyon. It's so deep that, in spite of several miles of ice, it can be seen from space. The news comes from British scientists, including...
  • Create instant garden plot with TogetherFarm blocks

    Create instant garden plot with TogetherFarm blocks
    The concept for the TogetherFarm interlocking garden blocks was born at Concordia University in Portland, Ore., where MBA students Joe Aakre, Doug Holcomb and Matt Stormont were working on a business plan. "We thought, why not try to create something...
  • Review: 'American Idol' has its swagger back

    Review: 'American Idol' has its swagger back
    “American Idol” has done the unthinkable: It's gone back to basics. After years of trying to find its mojo with high profile judges and format switches, the aging singing franchise has dialed it down for its latest season, which premieres...
  • What's most popular movie set in your state? There's a map for that

    What's most popular movie set in your state? There's a map for that
    Rhode Island, pay attention: Your favorite film is apparently "Hachi: A Dog's Tale." A map posted on Reddit earlier this week charts the most popular film set in each state, and some results are surprising, especially for the nation’s smallest...
  • Wedded: Gwyneth Susil and Jeffrey Spaeder

    Wedded: Gwyneth Susil and Jeffrey Spaeder
    Date: Nov. 9 Her story: Gwyneth Susil, 34, grew up in Bethesda. She is a pediatrician in pursuit of a position in North Carolina, where she moved to live with her husband-to-be last fall. Her mother, Joan Weigel, a homemaker, and father, George Weigel,...
  • Meet the Simpsons, now in Lego form

    Meet the Simpsons, now in Lego form
    D'oh! This one was a no-brainer: The Simpsons are now Legos. Lego and Twentieth Century Fox Television announced this week they had reached a much-anticipated deal to turn everyone's favorite dysfunctional family into Lego bricks. There are six mini-...
  • Mark Mothersbaugh: Devolution Becomes Him

    It may be tempting to group Mark Mothersbaugh with other movie composers who began in the rock/pop world -- names like Danny Elfman, Klaus Badelt, Clint Mansell, Randy Newman, Lisa Gerrard, Trevor Rabin. But consider that Mothersbaugh co-founded one of...
  • 'American Idol' new judge Harry Connick Jr., like the show, comes up short

     
    Back in September 2012, Grammy- and Emmy Award-winning jazz-pop singer Harry Connick Jr. told Lehigh Valley Music in an interview that he wouldn’t want to be a judge on “American Idol,” or any other television singing competition because...
  • Terminally ill boy who dreamed of becoming a police officer dies

    Terminally ill boy who dreamed of becoming a police officer dies
    His death was set in motion last fall. The terminal illness was finally taking its toll on 8-year-old Erick Casillas that winter. He was unable to walk and speak full sentences, and he needed around-the-clock care. On Monday morning, with his family...
  • Friends of the Libraries: Old-fashioned skills still in need

    I recently read a research report, "How College Graduates Solve Information Problems Once They Join the Workplace," by Alison J. Head, . PhD. Dated Oct. 16, 2012, it suggests there is a distinct difference "between today's graduates who demonstrated how...