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  • Afros, dreads, natural styles more popular, still controversial

    Afros, dreads, natural styles more popular, still controversial
    Last June, Natalie Samuel went through with the "big chop." The 33-year-old Columbia resident cut off all of her chemically straightened hair in an attempt to return her mane to its tightly curled, natural state. Samuel said she doesn't regret the...
  • Dirt takes center stage at DePaul Art Museum

    Dirt takes center stage at DePaul Art Museum
    The forested peaks and crumbly cliffs of the landscape have long been recognized as an appropriate theme for art. So have death and dying. The matter out of which that landscape grows, the substance into which the dead are returned — not so much....
  • Eight minutes for excellence: Surf City Student Film Festival

    Eight minutes for excellence: Surf City Student Film Festival
    They share a love of filmmaking, and for one night, Huntington Beach Union High School District students will present their work on the big screen during the fifth annual Surf City Student Film Festival. The 42 films, submitted in January by students...
  • Willis Tower could fetch $1 billion. Now, about that name.

    Willis Tower could fetch $1 billion. Now, about that name.
    The "Willis" part of Willis Tower came cheap. But the building better not. Commercial real estate broker Eastdil Secured is seeking a record price of more than $1 billion for the iconic tower after its owners hit some financial difficulties last year....
  • Cable companies will be on the road with our teams during the PIAA basketball tourney

    Cable companies will be on the road with our teams during the PIAA basketball tourney
    It's that time of year when our area's basketball teams, and their fans, have to program their GPS units and make their way outside the Lehigh Valley for PIAA playoff games. A handful of teams are still at home this weekend — there's a Class 4A...
  • Harpo Studios to close in December, official says

    Harpo Studios to close in December, official says
    It's a wrap for Harpo Studios in Chicago. The facility, which Oprah Winfrey opened in 1990 to house her talk show empire, helped turn Chicago into a bustling television center and the West Loop into a resurgent urban neighborhood. But on Tuesday, she...
  • Play ball! Quickly! Baseball tries to speed game this spring

    With large, glowing red numbers, the timer on the center-field wall at Goodyear Ballpark ticked down Tuesday, counting off seconds and ushering in change. Baseball, the timeless game of endless summers, went on the clock. Major League Baseball...
  • Cuba looks north to US farmers for help with food crisis

    The rust-red fields stretched for miles in the Cuban sun, garlic shoots and beetroot leaves waving gently in the spring breeze. Pink piglets nosed for scraps under the admiring gaze of former President Ronald Reagan's first secretary of agriculture and...
  • Australian radio station may face penalties for royal hoax

    Australia's highest court on Wednesday cleared the way for a radio station to face penalties over a 2012 prank call to a London hospital that was caring for the Duchess of Cambridge. A nurse who transferred the call committed suicide after the broadcast....
  • Study: Digital content makes teens feel good about themselves

    Study: Digital content makes teens feel good about themselves
    There's no question teens love digital stars: They flock to annual conventions such as VidCon, subscribe in mass numbers to YouTube and Vine accounts and even start their own video blogs. But Defy Media, a digital content company geared toward...
  • The hills are alive as 'The Sound of Music' movie celebrates its 50th anniversary

    Late in "The Sound of Music" production after a helicopter's downdraft had knocked Julie Andrews over, after rain clobbered the schedule and budget, and after an angry farmer poked holes in a manmade brook the leading lady delivered a tentative...