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  • 'An American in Hollywood' takes cynical view of Tinseltown

    'An American in Hollywood' takes cynical view of Tinseltown
    "An American in Hollywood" likens its protagonist, aspiring filmmaker Josiah (Richard Carroll Jr.), and his crew to comic-book superheroes crusading against the nefarious empire that is Tinseltown. Hailing from the Cypress Hill neighborhood of Brooklyn,...
  • Eugenie Clark dies at 92; Respected scientist swam with sharks

     Eugenie Clark dies at 92; Respected scientist swam with sharks
    As a schoolgirl in the 1930s, Eugenie Clark spent countless hours pressed up to the tanks at a New York City aquarium, absorbed by the alligators, sea turtles and hundreds of species of fish just beyond the glass. There was one creature, however, that...
  • Robert Benmosche dies at 70; led financial giant AIG after U.S. bailout

    Robert Benmosche dies at 70; led financial giant AIG after U.S. bailout
    Robert Benmosche, the former president and chief executive of AIG who led the insurer's turnaround after its $182-billion government bailout, died of lung cancer Friday at NYU Langone Medical Center, the company said. He was 70. Benmosche became AIG's...
  • Why carbs don't deserve rap as new diet villain

    It's become popular to think of foods as either good or bad, something to eat or something to avoid. Carbohydrates, which had their moment as a good food back when fat was the bad guy, are now being blamed in part for the epidemic of obesity, diabetes and...
  • Former AIG CEO Robert Benmosche Dies Of Cancer At 70

    NEW YORK — Former AIG President and CEO Robert Benmosche, who led the insurer's turnaround after its $182 billion government bailout, has died of lung cancer at age 70, the company announced Friday. The company says Benmosche died Friday morning at...
  • 5 things Neil Diamond could do between shows while in Allentown

    5 things Neil Diamond could do between shows while in Allentown
    Singer Neil Diamond on Friday kicks off the world tour to promote his new album “Melody Road” at Allentown’s PPL Center – the first music artist to play two shows at the new arena, and Diamond has promised they will be full of hits...
  • The College Waiting Game

    The College Waiting Game
    I've spent my entire life wondering what it would be like to be in my last year of high school. I imagined fun elective classes with my friends and knowing what I want to do with my future, just like I've been told all my life. And sure, senior year is...
  • Early Decision was the Best Decision

    Early Decision was the Best Decision
    I have always been a fan of certainty. When college applications rolled around in August 2014, I made the decision to apply Early Decision to my top choice university (New York University) applying Early Decision meant that I would find out in early...
  • Tired of spilling your coffee? Try a latte instead, scientists say

    Tired of spilling your coffee? Try a latte instead, scientists say
    If you’ve ever had your coffee suddenly slosh out of the drinking hole or over the cup rim and onto your pants, you know the struggle. But according to a team of physicists, there’s an easy solution: Buy a nice, foamy latte instead. The...
  • UC Berkeley studies international education campus in Richmond

    UC Berkeley studies international education campus in Richmond
    On the waterfront seven miles from UC Berkeley, the university owns what is now an isolated and somewhat ramshackle collection of storage facilities and labs. But Berkeley's chancellor envisions it as a future showcase for international education. The...
  • After Saturday's loss at Yale, Maryland men's lacrosse team searching for offense

    After Saturday's loss at Yale, Maryland men's lacrosse team searching for offense
    Mondays after weekend losses are always a rough time for players and coaches. That was certainly the case for Maryland. Two days after Saturday’s 10-6 loss at Yale, the Terps -- who dropped from No. 7 to No. 10 in the latest Cascade/Maverik...