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  • Former Whitehall and DeSales basketball standout Zwetolitz is playing a familiar role at ESPN

    If you watched "When the Garden Was Eden," the documentary that debuted this week in ESPN's excellent "30 for 30" series, you never saw Matt Zwetolitz on camera. In fact, you had to wait until the credits were almost done scrolling until you saw his...
  • CDC to implement elaborate monitoring for West African visitors

    WASHINGTON The U.S. will soon require every airline passenger from Sierra Leone, Guinea, and Liberia who arrives in one of six states to undergo 21 days of official monitoring for symptoms of Ebola. The new initiative, which begins Monday, will require...
  • Muhlenberg stages Sondheim musical 'Anyone Can Whistle'

    Stephen Sondheim's absurdist cult musical "Anyone Can Whistle" takes on insanity, conformity, miracles and government. As the seldom-produced musical celebrates the 50th anniversary of its opening on Broadway, Muhlenberg College has decided to craft its...
  • Atavist Books to close up shop

    Atavist Books to close up shop
    It lasted hardly more than two years: Atavist Books will close at the end of 2014. The venture was backed by a couple of big entertainment names -- Barry Diller and Scott Rudin -- and an announced investment of $20 million. The publisher's name came...
  • For Florida House, incumbent candidates are hard to beat

    For Florida House, incumbent candidates are hard to beat
    The governor's race has top billing, but pay attention to the legislative contests as well. The Legislature, even more than the governor, has the power to shape the future of Florida. Much of that power will remain with incumbents, who are hard to beat....
  • CBS News' Scott Pelley: Affable but hard-nosed when it counts

    WASHINGTON The fall TV season has just kicked off, and in the broadcast news divisions of the three networks there is a lot of drama. ABC's "World News Tonight," with brand new anchor David Muir, is beating out longtime No. 1 ratings king "NBC Nightly...
  • The Riff Report: New music this week

    Thurston Moore � "The Best Day" At a glance, "The Best Day" readies itself to do what "Washing Machine" did for Sonic Youth's discography in the '90s: a return to "form" after the brief detour through the alternative rock-leaning "Goo," grunge-y...
  • Rosemary Goudreau: Seven minutes of terror as a Fangate panelist

    Rosemary Goudreau: Seven minutes of terror as a Fangate panelist
    As one of the three panelists asking questions at Wednesday's gubernatorial debate, the only rule I knew was that each candidate had one minute to answer each question, with a 30-second rebuttal. That was it. Oh, except if we thought they didn't really...
  • Digital Savant: The best of online exclusives

    For many years, even after the online revolution pushed us all onto the vast Internet for good, it was impossible to legally buy music from some artists or find products like some bestselling books in electronic form. Holdouts like the Beatles, the...
  • HGTV at 20: Building for the Future While Staying True to Core

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - More than 20 years ago, Ken Lowe was compiling a folder of ideas he thought might make interesting home-improvement shows. Those ideas became the foundation of HGTV. Even with the network in 96 million homes and solidly...
  • A new orchestra is born — in Pennsylvania!

    A new orchestra is born — in Pennsylvania!
    It's no secret that symphony orchestras across the country are struggling. Just a few years ago, the venerable Philadelphia Orchestra declared bankruptcy, followed shortly by the Syracuse Symphony and the orchestras of Louisville and Honolulu. Some have...