| Jan 6, 2010
| 6:19 PM
H&M promised on Wednesday to stop shredding new, unworn clothing it can't sell at its store in Herald Square and instead donate the apparel to charities.
The retailer made the decision after a report surfaced in the New York Times on Wednesday, in...
| Mar 18, 2009
| 12:37 PM
Today's topic: Are newspapers dying, or is it just a class of newspapers that isn't sustainable? Today through Friday, Alan D. Mutter and Jeff Jarvis discuss the state of the American newspaper industry.
Innovate quickly, or even the healthiest papers...
| Mar 20, 2009
Today's topic: A decade from now, how and where will the average consumer get his or her news?
Find a way to save traditional media companies Point: Alan D. Mutter
The news ecosystem in the future will be more ubiquitous, open, global, mobile and...
| Oct 8, 2009
| 5:53 AM
Drastic changes may be coming to the State University of New York system.
SUNY colleges may be forced to eliminate programs, boost class sizes and reduce course offerings. These changes comes on the heels of an order from Gov. David A. Paterson this week...
| Jul 20, 2010
| 11:10 AM
Imagine the coolest school diorama ever. Then multiply it by eight. That’s one way to view this show of sculptures by artist Peter Waite on display at the John Slade Ely House. (In fact, Ely House director Paul Clabby says the show has been...
| Jul 22, 2010
| 7:34 PM
COSTA MESA — Los Angeles Times Community News on Thursday announced a promotion, the creation of a new position and a series of recent hires at the Daily Pilot and its sister publications in Orange County.
Don Leach, a 15-year veteran of the...
| Aug 4, 2010
| 9:15 AM
It's one of the latest budgets to be passed in New York's 220-year history, and it's going to cost you in a variety of ways, unless you're a multi-millionaire.
The state legislature approved the $136 billion budget 125 days late in a vote that took place...
| Sep 29, 2002
The most disturbing evidence of Connecticut's long and profitable complicity in slavery lies hidden in plain sight in the town of Salem, in the fields and woods around an ice cream bar near Routes 11 and 82.
There, archaeologists from Central Connecticut...
| Apr 10, 2005
Baltimore police aren't just looking to arrest criminals anymore, they're trying to get inside their heads.
Officers are distributing cards designed to intimidate suspects arrested in East Baltimore, and the department is developing a video to counter...
| May 25, 2004
About the time warrior woman walks by in a leather bikini that hardly exists, Nyla Comisso admits she's overwhelmed.
The warrior is about 6 feet tall and carries two silver daggers reflecting the hyperkinetic lights exploding from the dozens of...