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  • Should you bother saving for college?

    I ran into an old acquaintance recently outside a coffee shop with his two adorable young children. Both he and his wife work part-time, freelance schedules, leaving the whole family of four free to wander downtown Manhattan on a beautiful Friday. Their...
  • Synagogue holds 'Hodu' (Turkey) Bowl

    More than 400 people came out for the Seventh annual Boca Raton Synagogue Men's Club Flag Football "Hodu" ("Turkey") Bowl in Veteran's Memorial Park in west Boca Raton on Thanksgiving Day morning (Nov. 27). It was the seventh straight year the event has...
  • Malloy Taps Jonathan Harris, Democratic Party Director, As Consumer Protection Chief

    Malloy Taps Jonathan Harris, Democratic Party Director, As Consumer Protection Chief
    Jonathan Harris, a former state senator from West Hartford who spent most of the past four years as executive director of the state Democratic Party, was named Tuesday as Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's next consumer protection commissioner. "Jonathan has...
  • Financial New Year's resolutions: 'WOOP' it up

    This is the time for New Year's resolutions. And most of us are making money resolutions. According to a recent national survey of American workers at small and mid-sized businesses, conducted by the Principal Financial Group, 65 percent said they...
  • 'The Color of Time,' with James Franco, lacks meat

    'The Color of Time,' with James Franco, lacks meat
    While teaching at New York University's graduate film program, James Franco tasked 12 students with directing short adaptations of poems from C.K. Williams' collection "Tar." The result is the tastefully dreamy if weightless collage "The Color of Time,"...
  • E is for Elephant House

    E is for Elephant House
    When his longtime mentor and celebrated children's author Edward Gorey died in 2000, Kevin McDermott grieved for one week. Then he grabbed a camera and visited the Elephant House, Gorey's home in Cape Cod, a rundown place covered in a thicket of tree...
  • What to expect in 2015

     What to expect in 2015
    Forecasts for the year from 13 experts on technology, culture, politics and the economy. Millennials' new rules By Jean Twenge This is a watershed year for American generations: The oldest baby boomers are turning 70, the oldest GenXers nearing 50,...
  • Maryland nonprofits investing in offshore accounts

    When the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, the Johns Hopkins University and other Maryland nonprofits want to maximize the money they can spend in pursuit of their missions, they do what many wealthy individuals and businesses do. They open investment accounts...
  • Ad man Rick Sittig puts fun spin on spots

    Ad man Rick Sittig puts fun spin on spots
    The gig: Rick Sittig is the founder and creative director of Secret Weapon Marketing, a Santa Monica advertising firm. He's best known as the brains behind Jack, the wisecracking, round-headed fictional leader of Jack in the Box restaurants. Before...
  • Cocktail concoctions that may have you drinking to your health

    Cocktail concoctions that may have you drinking to your health
    Vodka infused with acai. Sangria loaded with Mediterranean blood orange and pomegranate. Cosmopolitans concocted with prickly pear cactus and aloe. Fresh juniper and lavender blended into organic gin made on a 70-acre biodynamic farm in Colorado. Some...
  • Library contest aims to bring fame to self-published author

    Library contest aims to bring fame to self-published author
    Public libraries in Illinois once again are seeking to bring an author laboring in relative obscurity into the limelight. For the second year in a row, the libraries are hosting The Soon to be Famous Illinois Author project that will choose a self-...