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  • Detailed accusations against Bill Cosby recast a cultural icon

    Detailed accusations against Bill Cosby recast a cultural icon
    They didn't see a comedian. They saw the "king of the world." Long before there was a Dr. Cliff Huxtable, before rumpled sweaters and a collective anointing as America's dad, Bill Cosby was magnified a hundredfold in the eyes of the young models and...
  • Netflix Nabs 'Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt' from NBC

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Just days after ordering a fourth season of "Longmire" from A&E, Netflix is plucking yet another series from the hands of network TV. This time it's "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt," an NBC comedy from Tina Fey and Robert Carlock...
  • Michener's 'Starstruck' exhibit features wonders of the night sky

    Michener's 'Starstruck' exhibit features wonders of the night sky
    Few endeavors embrace the disciplines of both science and art as vividly as astrophotography. While astronomical subjects such as the moon, stars, and of course the sun, have inspired artists for centuries, unprecedented advances in photographic...
  • Hollywood is giving tech start-ups the star treatment

    Hollywood is giving tech start-ups the star treatment
    Japanese technology entrepreneur Ken Fukazawa was in San Francisco in March when his geeky friends told him about something awesome coming up in Los Angeles. Walt Disney Co. was opening its doors to selected start-ups for a summer of intensive...
  • ‘Hunger Games: Mockingjay’ director on Jennifer Lawrence and Philip Seymour Hoffman

     
    Inside filmmaker Francis Lawrence’s West L.A. office sits a framed collection of arrows with an inscription reading, “May the odds […]...
  • Many Iranians pessimistic about reaching deal to ease sanctions

    As a Monday deadline looms for Iran and global powers to craft a nuclear accord, the official media here are already priming weary citizens for the possibility that no agreement will be forthcoming. Commentators leave little doubt who will be responsible....
  • Autism care coverage improves but costs are still a worry

    More than 26,000 military families with autistic children are getting better TRICARE coverage of applied behavior analysis (ABA) therapy and related services, which can improve a child's development and quality of life. But a Comprehensive Autism Care...
  • 'Video Games Live' in Bethlehem: a wild interactive experience

    'Video Games Live' in Bethlehem: a wild interactive experience
    As the orchestral fanfare swelled to a crescendo, the hero raised his shield, deftly blocking the orc's battle axe, and plunged his sword deep into its neck. In an instant he'd pulled it free and spun around, cutting down three charging goblins in a...
  • Prominent Baltimoreans reveal the gifts that would make their holidays merry

    Prominent Baltimoreans reveal the gifts that would make their holidays merry
    Spoiler alert! We asked pairs of prominent Baltimoreans — relatives, co-workers and friends — what would make their trees twinkle this holiday season. Here's a peek at what a few of the city's best and brightest would like to receive from...
  • Smith Bros. hope TV ads can keep revival going

     Smith Bros. hope TV ads can keep revival going
    Television viewers will see something next month that hasn't been on the air since "I Love Lucy" was in its first run — a new commercial for Smith Bros. cough drops. Revived last year, the venerable Chicago-based brand is launching a $3 million...
  • As Simsbury Murder For Hire Trial Nears, Lawyers, Judge Consider TV Coverage

    As Simsbury Murder For Hire Trial Nears, Lawyers, Judge Consider TV Coverage
    HARTFORD — The trial of a Simsbury woman accused of trying to hire a man to kill her ex-husband is scheduled to begin Dec. 2. Prosecutor Anthony Bochicchio and defense attorney Hubert Santos started picking a jury this week, but part of Friday was...