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Parkinson's Disease

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  • Fall TV Preview: From 'Sleepy Hollow' to 'Ravenswood' to 'Atlantis'

    The Fall Season is here, people. And though premieres will happen up and down what is still anachronistically called a dial, the season remains mainly the domain of the broadcast networks — which seem bent for the moment not on aping cable TV, as...
  • Don Nelson dies at 86; writer for 'Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet'

    Don Nelson dies at 86; writer for 'Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet'
    Don Nelson, a screenwriter, film producer and musician who co-wrote scripts for "The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet" — the classic American television series centered on his brother Ozzie's family — as well as for more than two dozen other...
  • Around Town: Deadheads, the Internet and brain chemistry

    After a photographer caught him playing iPhone poker during a Senate committee hearing on Syria, Sen John McCain (R-Arizona) tried to pass the incident off as a joke. “Scandal! Caught playing iPhone game at 3+ hour Senate hearing — Worst of...
  • New York Fashion Week spring 2014: Gregory Parkinson review

    New York Fashion Week spring 2014: Gregory Parkinson review
    NEW YORK -- The pastel laces and hand-painted cashmeres by Los Angeles-based designer Gregory Parkinson more than held their own next to the colorful collages on the walls of the Chelsea art gallery where his New York Fashion Week presentation took place....
  • Police make arrest in South Laurel double homicide

    Four months after two South Laurel residents were found slain inside their home, Prince George’s County police have charged a Laurel man they say was the female victim’s paramour. Thurston Lamont Yerby, 47, of the 11000 block of South...
  • Review: Earth, Wind & Fire celebrate the season at the Hollywood Bowl

    Review: Earth, Wind & Fire celebrate the season at the Hollywood Bowl
    Rave all you want about the peak of summer at the Hollywood Bowl, but let's not forget about September. With heat dissipating and the moon creeping in earlier, post-Labor Day nights in Hollywood can similarly burn if the vibe and the sounds are right. ...
  • A pacemaker in the brain for spinal cord injury?

    A pacemaker in the brain for spinal cord injury?
    Deep-brain stimulation, a technique used for more than a decade to manage the symptoms of Parkinson's disease, may help restore greater function and more natural movement to patients with spinal cord injuries that have left at least a few nerves intact,...
  • Carnett: Private moments with the Master of Menace

    Most of the characters he portrayed died screaming. His demeanor and manner of speaking gave one the distinct impression that he was an upper-crust Englishman — the accent was formal and his voice richly, even creepily, sonorous. In actuality,...
  • Michael J. Fox: an ordinary hero

    Michael J. Fox: an ordinary hero
    America needs a new kind of hero, not a well sculptured hunk trying to impress us with his awesome physique or some newly minted techno-geek. We don't need anything strange or fancy. We just need an ordinary hero. I nominate Michael J. Fox. He's not...
  • Baltimore woman, 56, dies after pit bull attack

    Baltimore woman, 56, dies after pit bull attack
    A wheelchair-bound woman died after being attacked by her own pit bull dog early Friday, Baltimore City police and the victim's daughter said. Terry Douglass, 56, suffered fatal injuries after "Boosie," the four-year-old male pit bull that she had...
  • Hey, Associated Press Stylebook, some friendly advice: "No. 1"

    Nothing inspires in me a greater depth of fellow feeling with the editors of the Associated Press Stylebook than the garage. Our garage is larger than usual, and in the corporeal correlative of Parkinson's Law,* junk expands to fill the available space....