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  • The Biblioracle: A Year of Books with Facebook

    The Biblioracle: A Year of Books with Facebook
    Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg is starting a book club. My question: Who brings the wine? Is there an app for that? Zuckerberg announced the book club on — where else? — Facebook. He intends to read a book every other week for an entire...
  • 'Downton Abbey' Season 5, Episode 3 recap: Choosing your own path

    'Downton Abbey' Season 5, Episode 3 recap: Choosing your own path
    Lady Mary and Tony Gillingham have spent about a week out and about in Liverpool. And by "out and about," I mean "in bed in their Liverpool hotel." They seem happy at first. They passionately kiss. They separately order breakfast to their adjoining...
  • York woman inspires Facebook founder

    York woman inspires Facebook founder
    Like lots of social media users, Cynthia Greco underestimated the power of her own words. The Hanover woman was scrolling Facebook when she read a status update from Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg asking friends for suggestions for his...
  • Group offers modern take for grieving widows

    Group offers modern take for grieving widows
    Carolyn Moor and her husband were both 36 years old the night he was thrown from his vehicle in a hit-and-run accident that killed him. It was Valentine's Day nearly 15 years ago. Suddenly a widow with two young children, Moor joined a support group for...
  • Bears' Marc Trestman faces test of temperament

    Bears' Marc Trestman faces test of temperament
    Preparation and a forward-looking mindset is key to good leadership. Good leaders act with a plan and a purpose. Often that plan goes astray, and in those circumstances survival is determined by adaptability and the ability to stay calm and make...
  • Golden Globes 2015: Months of planning for one dream dinner party

    Golden Globes 2015: Months of planning for one dream dinner party
    Electrical cords dangled from the ceiling. Tables were stacked against walls, rigging hardware strewn about. Ladders, lots of them, were being climbed by crew members with loud power tools. Roughly 72 hours before Jennifer Aniston, George Clooney, Meryl...
  • In Selma, Alabama, a movie makes a town remember

    In Selma, Alabama, a movie makes a town remember
    Vera Booker recalls Bloody Sunday like it happened this week. A 29-year-old-nurse in 1965, Booker was relishing some rare time off that fraught March weekend. Then the call came. Black protesters had been beaten up by a white police force at Selma's...
  • Recycled fashion show returns to Davie museum

    Recycled fashion show returns to Davie museum
    Call it "trash fash" or "garbage gone glam," but the recycled-upcycled-repurposed trend is going strong in Davie. That's because it's time again for Young At Art Museum's ninth annual Recycled Fashion Show. This year's event — titled "Decades...
  • TV Review: 'Lance Armstrong: Stop At Nothing'

    An Australian production that has already played in the U.K., "Lance Armstrong: Stop at Nothing" rolls Stateside via Showtime, and provides a riveting look at the cycling champion's rise and (especially) fall. Comprehensively reported, director Alex...
  • Academy to honor Harry Belafonte for his activism

     Academy to honor Harry Belafonte for his activism
    When Harry Belafonte appeared in mob-controlled Las Vegas in the 1950s at the Thunderbird Hotel, he decided to challenge the racist system that prevented African American performers from staying at hotels on the Strip. "I walked into the lobby, going to...
  • 'True Son' follows power of youthful conviction in politics

     'True Son' follows power of youthful conviction in politics
    An engaging documentary following the idealistic political campaign waged by 22-year-old Michael Tubbs, "True Son" offers an object lesson in the power of conviction. The Stockton-raised Stanford graduate could have taken his degree and landed a...