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  • Social media plays large role in tourism marketing campaigns

    Every Monday, Al Alven posts a simple image to Wildwood 365's Facebook and Instagram accounts: a shot of the Boardwalk, or Morey's Piers' Ferris wheel, with a countdown to Memorial Day. Those posts can get more than 450 likes and reach as many as a...
  • How Facebook is becoming the Wal-Mart for news

    How Facebook is becoming the Wal-Mart for news
    As reported in the New York Times, Facebook may start directly hosting the content of various news websites, starting with the New York Times, BuzzFeed and National Geographic. What this means for Internet users is that instead of seeing a summary of an...
  • City leaders call on black men to mentor youths and stop the violence

    City leaders call on black men to mentor youths and stop the violence
    African-American community leaders implored a sea of mostly black men at a Northwest Baltimore church Tuesday to mentor black youth and help stop a "genocide" of black males being lost to homicide. The speakers included a pastor, a city councilman, a...
  • Bianchi: Dwight, not Shaq, should have Magic number retired

    Bianchi: Dwight, not Shaq, should have Magic number retired
    Running off at the typewriter … Give the Orlando Magic credit for inducting Shaquille O'Neal into the team's Hall of Fame Friday night, but this is where it should it end. This idea some people have for retiring Shaq's number and hanging it in...
  • Big broadband firms want 'unfettered power' over Internet: FCC chief

    Big broadband firms want 'unfettered power' over Internet: FCC chief
    The nation's biggest broadband providers oppose tough net neutrality regulations because they want “unfettered power” over the Internet, the head of the Federal Communications Commission said Friday. In his most robust defense so far of...
  • Does craft beer have a sexism problem? Binny's rejects Happy Ending

     Does craft beer have a sexism problem? Binny's rejects Happy Ending
    Atlanta's SweetWater Brewing Co. began distributing beer in Chicago this week, but its most notable beer at the moment might be the one that's missing. The Binny's Beverage Depot in Lincoln Park has declined to stock SweetWater's Happy Ending imperial...
  • Jury rules against Ellen Pao in sex-bias lawsuit

    SAN FRANCISCO Ellen Pao lost her three-year battle with one of the world's most prestigious venture capital firms on Friday when a jury found that Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers did not discriminate against her because of her gender. A jury of 12 found...
  • Make California drought tolerant by increasing the price of water

    To the editor: Brad Gleason states that farmers are paying, on average, $1,000 an acre-foot for water. This equates to about a third of a penny per gallon. ("Why almond growers aren't the water enemy," op-ed, March 25) Here in the San Diego area,...
  • Heated trustees race on display in Tinley Park

    Tinley Park trustees face a scorching re-election campaign, and as Election Day draws near the political barbs between the incumbents and their challengers have only grown more heated. The race to fill three village trustee positions in the April 7...
  • From new logos to New Coke: when corporations make mistakes

    From new logos to New Coke: when corporations make mistakes
    NEW YORK — It was a tempest in a coffee cup. Mega coffee chain Starbucks wanted to spark a conversation about race when it asked baristas to write "Race Together" on customers' cups as part of a broader effort, but people standing in line for...
  • Taking the Kids -- camping

    Taking the Kids -- camping
    Toilet paper or cellphone? Younger campers say having a smartphone on a camping trip is nearly as important as toilet paper, according to the 2015 North American Camping Report. I'm guessing your kids would agree and, depending on their age, might even...