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  • On The Fly: Show Is Good, Varga Is Great At Yale Bowl

    Yale and Army renewed a football rivalry that began at West Point in 1893 on a glorious day at Yale Bowl, now in the midst of its 100th anniversary celebration. The corps of cadets, in white dress short sleeves, gathered in a field adjacent to the Yale...
  • NFL Faces Repeated Blows from Hollywood in Concussion-Centered Films

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Hollywood is warming up to tackle the National Football League with several projects that focus on concussion-related brain injuries among players. Each of the works could shed new light on the most contentious issue plaguing...
  • Q&A: New NYC Film Czar Aims to Build on Predecessor's Success

    Barely four months into her post as commissioner of the New York City Mayor's Office of Media and Entertainment, Cynthia Lopez sits atop an agency responsible for the smooth operation of an industry that generates a whopping $7 billion in direct...
  • Allentown pet boutique catches eye of Martha Stewart

    Allentown pet boutique catches eye of Martha Stewart
    An Allentown pet food and supply boutique has caught the eye of tv personality and style maven Martha Stewart and is a finalist in the 2014 Martha Stewart American Made Awards. The Dining Dog & Friends which opened earlier this year at 3245 Hamilton...
  • PBS documentary about Roosevelts 'wonderful'

    I am of an age where I can remember a lot about Franklin Delano Roosevelt as president. The PBS series on TV begins with Theodore Roosevelt in the late 19th century, which I know very little about, but found out through this show. This show on TV was...
  • Watch: Mindy Smith's 'Shelter Me' video for PBS pet adoption series

    Watch: Mindy Smith's 'Shelter Me' video for PBS pet adoption series
    “Shelter Me,” the public television series highlighting animal shelters and pet adoption, is ramping up for its fourth episode premiering in October with a promotional video set to a newly commissioned theme song by singer-songwriter Mindy...
  • Irvine's Clay Oven meets New York brownstone

    Irvine's Clay Oven meets New York brownstone
    As sommeliers poured a 2011 Malbec into wine glasses and suited waiters greeted guests, Geeta Bansal stood behind a stainless steel counter and delicately sprinkled a mix of black rice, rye and black salt atop an elk, foie and radish appetizer. "This is...
  • Video ball event aims to spotlight Media Burn archival adventures

    Video ball event aims to spotlight Media Burn archival adventures
    More than 11 million people across the planet have viewed online videos through Chicago's archival nonprofit Media Burn. Granted, many of the productions are curious, like experimental videos by Anda Korsts or offbeat looks at bodybuilding, senior...
  • Homewood Museum shows off Baltimore federal furniture

    Homewood Museum shows off Baltimore federal furniture
    When Homewood was completed around 1808, the house was one of the most stylish examples of Federal domestic architecture in America. No wonder Charles Carroll Jr., its owner, wanted the most fashionable furniture to fill it. And Baltimore was just the...
  • Under the Streetlamp turns back the calendar and croons the classics

    Under the Streetlamp turns back the calendar and croons the classics
     Michael Ingersoll, Shonn Wiley, Michael Cunio and Christopher Jones are actors, not singers. But after performing on stage in the hit musical "Jersey Boys," they got bit by the singing bug - which explains why they will be at the Ferguson Center in...
  • UCF's Hitt: $200M downtown campus is a key goal

    UCF's Hitt: $200M downtown campus is a key goal
    University of Central Florida President John Hitt made it official Tuesday, announcing to community and business leaders that UCF will push to build a campus in downtown Orlando that could ultimately cost as much as $200 million. UCF has been studying...