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  • Young men from Aurora honored for their success

    Young men from Aurora honored for their success
    A group of "phenomenal" young men had front row seats, but they weren't there to talk about their own accomplishments. Seven young men - each representing a cross-section of different paths - were honored during the eighth annual Phenomenal Man Awards...
  • Comcast changes customer's name to 'A**hole Brown'

    Comcast changes customer's name to 'A**hole Brown'
    Comcast Corp.'s national reputation for shaky customer service was rocked again Thursday, and in a particularly unseemly and profane fashion. A customer in Spokane, Wash., said the Philadelphia-based cable-TV giant changed his first name on his bill and...
  • Snapchat to debut its own weekly series, partners with Funny or Die

    Snapchat to debut its own weekly series, partners with Funny or Die
    Snapchat isn’t just a Los Angeles technology start-up these days. It’s also a media production company, and one that counts a Spielberg and a Goldwyn on its crew. On Saturday, Snapchat plans to debut a weekly, five-minute show called “...
  • Lance Bass to serve as ambassador for mass same-sex wedding in Fort Lauderdale

    Lance Bass to serve as ambassador for mass same-sex wedding in Fort Lauderdale
    Pop star Lance Bass is coming to Fort Lauderdale's giant same-sex wedding on the beach. The former *NSYNC member and Dancing with the Stars alum will be the official ambassador for Thursday's "Love is Love" mass wedding celebration. The beach wedding...
  • L.A. Opera goes for the epic with 'The Ghosts of Versailles'

    L.A. Opera goes for the epic with 'The Ghosts of Versailles'
    In a large workshop at CBS Television City on the edge of Hollywood, the palace of Versailles was slowly taking shape. A platoon of set builders was hard at work on a December morning creating the imposing columns, ornate tapestries and swooping...
  • Hoping for a breakout hit with 'Better Call Saul'

    Hoping for a breakout hit with 'Better Call Saul'
    Just over 10 million viewers witnessed the demise of Walter White on the final episode of "Breaking Bad." It was a triumph for creator Vince Gilligan, who was given a free hand by network AMC to tell the Mr. Chips to Scarface story he envisioned. AMC'...
  • U.S.-Cuba vow to protect environment near Florida coast

    U.S.-Cuba vow to protect environment near Florida coast
    Fearing an oil spill in Cuban waters, U.S. officials have forged a bond with the Castro regime to preserve the threatened marine ecosystem that connects the island nation to the Florida coast. The U.S.-Cuba agreement to move toward normal relations...
  • Health care speed dating: a new way to find Dr. Right

    Health care speed dating: a new way to find Dr. Right
    Is health care speed-dating the way to find the doctor of your dreams? Florida Medical Center in Lauderdale Lakes will be hosting a free event on Valentine's Day to let prospective patients meet physicians through a rotating series of five-minute...
  • Rod McKuen, poet and songwriter of record-setting popularity in 1960s and '70s, dies at 81

    Rod McKuen, the husky-voiced "King of Kitsch" whose avalanche of music, verse and spoken-word recordings in the 1960s and '70s overwhelmed critical mockery and made him an Oscar-nominated songwriter and one of the best-selling poets in history, has died....
  • Yellowstone River oil spill fuels Keystone debate; pipeline accidents increasing

    Oil pipeline accidents have become increasingly frequent in the U.S. as Congress presses the Obama administration to approve the Keystone XL pipeline — a project that would pass near the spot where 30,000 gallons of crude spilled into Montana's...
  • Why Expand Highways In High-Tech Age?

    Why Expand Highways In High-Tech Age?
    Predicting the future even in the short term, meteorologists reminded us last week, is an undertaking fraught with variables and the unexpected. Our political leaders should keep that in mind as they adopt policies that they expect to meet needs far...