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  • Lego unveils first "mini-fig" female scientist

    Lego unveils first "mini-fig" female scientist
    Lego recently introduced a new series of mini-figures and one is a female scientist, a first for the company famous for its plastic building bricks and kits. Some hope the tiny plastic scientist will help girls see the hard sciences (Professor C. Bodin...
  • 'Breaking Bad' meth lab toy set sparks outrage

    Looking for the perfect Christmas gift for little Johnny or Susie? How about a "Breaking Bad" meth lab toy set? No, I'm not joking. It's astounding that anyone -- even the rabid "Breaking Bad" fans who live for Sundays to see what will happen to...
  • How do you deal with your child's annoying habits?

    How do you deal with your child's annoying habits?
    My son has been talking like Mr. Bean lately. A lot. It's annoying. Not that Mr. Bean really talks much, he actually kind of grunts out his sentences when he does use complete ones. I asked my son why he does this, and he said he likes the way...
  • In China, nothing says Merry Christmas like ... an apple?

    In China, nothing says Merry Christmas like ... an apple?
    BEIJING -- Christmas may not be an official day off in China -- banks, offices and schools are open as normal. But with the holiday becoming a bigger and bigger event here, millions were finding ways -- some a bit offbeat, others downright traditional --...
  • Ellicott City

    Festival of trains The B&O Railroad Station Museum's annual Holiday Festival of Trains is on view through Sunday, Jan. 26, at 2711 Maryland Ave. The exhibit includes a multilevel LEGO layout with interactive lights, motors and sounds, a Thomas the Tank...
  • The eight movie stories to watch for in 2014

    We may still be digesting “American Hustle,” “Her” and the surge of movies from the end of 2013, but with the calendar flipping to January, it’s not too soon to look ahead. The year 2014 promises to be a big and at times...
  • Winter 2014 in Movies: A few films to anticipate this winter

    Winter 2014 in Movies: A few films to anticipate this winter
    How crowded was December at the movies? Crowded enough to push George Clooney and "The Monuments Men" into an early 2014 release. And that's good! That's good. Because a little quality to go with our winter movie diversions would be good. Here are 10...
  • 'Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones' review: Witchcrap

    'Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones' review: Witchcrap
    *1/2 (out of four) The ’80s light-up game “Simon Says” doesn’t normally answer yes-or-no questions. Still, you’re more likely to laugh than scream during “Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones” when Jesse...
  • 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...
  • 2014 winter-spring movie preview: An overview of films opening through late April

    The 2014 winter-spring movie preview is a broad overview of films opening through late April. Release dates and other details, as compiled by Oliver Gettell, are subject to change. -------------------- FOR THE RECORD: Movie previews: A listing in the...
  • 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...