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  • Residents question whether city, not Leesburg Partnership, should put on events

    Residents question whether city, not Leesburg Partnership, should put on events
    In Leesburg, a small group of folks with questions and criticisms about the Leesburg Partnership are using social media to draw attention to their concerns and get some answers — and it's working. The city has set up a meeting later this month for...
  • So, you always wanted to own your own tank

    PORTOLA VALLEY, Calif. The tank took two direct hits at the end of the Cold War that hurt its reputation more than any battlefield defeat. The first blow was the image of Michael Dukakis grinning as he clung to a tank turret while running for president in...
  • Adidas 2 Nike 0 in World Cup final but competition goes on

    BERLIN (Reuters) - With Adidas sponsoring both teams in Sunday's World Cup final, the German sportswear brand has declared victory over U.S. rival Nike in the latest round of its battle to remain the biggest global soccer brand. The two companies...
  • Hey liberals, there's a logistical problem with your Hobby Lobby boycott

    Here’s where the “Boycott Hobby Lobby” movement is going as of this week, according to the CBS-LA website: “Dozens of protesters Monday gathered at a Hobby Lobby store in Burbank in response to last week’s Supreme Court...
  • TV ratings: Halle Berry's 'Extant' gets big audience that skews older

    TV ratings: Halle Berry's 'Extant' gets big audience that skews older
    Halle Berry's new sci-fi series launched with a big audience Wednesday night for CBS but didn't blast off quite like "Under the Dome" did last year. "Extant" is CBS' attempt to create another summer hit with the help of executive producer Steven...
  • Fall TV: Why Batman Will Vanquish The Flash, Green Arrow and Constantine

    As most comic-book aficionados know, Batman has no super powers. Yet he will muster enough energy to trounce super-speedster The Flash, the flamboyant Green Arrow, various agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and mysterious magician John Constantine in at least one TV-...
  • Advocates for blind, deaf want more from Apple

    SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Advocates for the blind are debating whether to use a carrot or a stick to persuade one of their oldest allies, Apple Inc, to close an emerging digital divide in mobile technology. As digital life increasingly moves to the world...
  • Steinberg: Manziel tempts fate?

    Since the news broke over the weekend that Cleveland Browns rookie quarterback, Johnny Manziel, was allegedly photographed in a Las Vegas bathroom tightly rolling a 20 dollar bill, I have been deluged with questions as to the best way to advise a client...
  • Cute Japan pop star recruits soldiers as Abe boosts military

    TOKYO (Reuters) - Just as Prime Minister Shinzo Abe beefs up Japan's military, the armed forces have turned to a 20-year pop idol for a softer touch in recruiting soldiers in a country that revels in all things cute. "Working for the Self-defense...
  • BAFTA Puts BBC Exec Anne Morrison in the Driving Seat

    The British Academy of Film and Television Arts has appointed former BBC senior exec Anne Morrison -- who helped relaunch hit motoring show "Top Gear" -- as its chair, succeeding John Willis. Morrison has been deputy chair for the past year, and her...
  • To Get Viewers For 'Satisfaction,' USA Tries Turning Show's Themes Into Hot Topic

    The storyline of USA's new drama "Satisfaction" sounds compelling: Upon discovering his wife is seeing a male escort, her husband tests the occupation as well. But the NBCUniversal-owned network will rely on much more than the program's premise to...