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  • Bleisure Bits: Tackling the morning jog on a business trip

    It's hard to stick to fitness goals on a business trip. Jet lag, dining out and packed schedules can disrupt diets, sleep and exercise routines. To make things worse, you can be in a beautiful city with no time for sightseeing. That's why so many...
  • Catching up with Flint Creek

    It has been some time since I have written about Flint Creek Wildlife Rehabilitation, but I have been prompted to catch up with Dawn Keller after seeing a segment about her on PBS. I was watching Jeffrey Baer's program about Chicago's lakefront during...
  • Famous alums return to HPHS to share lessons learned

    Famous alums return to HPHS to share lessons learned
    Film editor Bradley Ross has many fond memories of Focus on the Arts from his own days as a Highland Park High School student, including a head-spinning opportunity to perform with "Rent" star Anthony Rapp when the Tony award-winning musical was at its...
  • YouTube Kids app exposes children to too many ads, some groups say

    YouTube Kids app exposes children to too many ads, some groups say
    YouTube's big push into kids' programming is under scrutiny for blurring the lines between entertainment and advertising. A string of children's advocacy groups planned to file a complaint Tuesday asking the Federal Trade Commission to investigate...
  • Connecting kids with nature: 'Wild Child' author shares tips for parents

    Connecting kids with nature: 'Wild Child' author shares tips for parents
    Scott D. Sampson, host of the PBS Kids television series “Dinosaur Train,” still has vivid memories of wading in a pond full of bloblike tadpoles when he was 4 or 5 years old. In “How to Raise a Wild Child: The Art and Science of Falling...
  • Television Q&A: 'Twilight of the Golds,' PBS' 'Grantchester,' actor on 'NCIS'

    You have questions. I try to have answers. Q: Please help me find the name of a movie I saw many years ago. I tell my friends about it and they question my sanity. It's about a couple who work in genetics of the future. They become pregnant and have...
  • From commercials to fatherhood, Nate Torrence has taken unusual path to stardom

    PASADENA, Calif. Actor Nate Torrence has earned one distinction that no other actor can match. He was the most expensive corpse ever to appear on "CSI." While that may not be enviable to some, to Torrence it meant a huge ca-CHING. The boy from Ohio had...
  • Travelers can find mysteries and spies in London

    LONDON This bustling city showcases itself as cosmopolitan and traditional, rooted and ephemeral, often side by side. If you can't find your cup of tea in London, you're just not looking. During six days in March for the theater experience of seven...
  • 'Last Days in Vietnam' gets Orlando preview

    'Last Days in Vietnam' gets Orlando preview
    Shortly before "Last Days in Vietnam" airs on PBS, the Oscar-nominated documentary will get a preview at the Orlando Science Center. "American Experience" will present "Last Days in Vietnam" at 9 p.m. April 28 on PBS (WUCF-Channel 24, locally). WUCF...
  • Maya Angelou play in development by Tavis Smiley, Kenny Leon

    In the nearly 30-year friendship that Tavis Smiley shared with Maya Angelou, he learned the renowned writer's views on life and how to live it to the fullest. One year after Angelou's death, TV and radio host Smiley is joining with Tony Award-winning...
  • Masada in CBS' 'The Dovekeepers': Bad storytelling in every way

    Masada in CBS' 'The Dovekeepers': Bad storytelling in every way
    The CBS two-part miniseries "The Dovekeepers," which begins Tuesday, is so bad it is virtually impossible to believe it exists in the current landscape of American television. It is so bad that a person could write books about its badness. It is so...