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Ears and Hearing (INACTIVE)

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  • Tim Tebow gets a new haircut

     
    Welcome to the NFL Tim Tebow! I know this is a blog dedicated to college football, but I couldn't help but pass this picture along of former Florida quarterback and Heisman Trophy winner Tebow. It was ‘released' by new Denver Broncos running back...
  • 'Top Chef': The wrong chef sent packing

     
    Pretty much everyone -- and we'll include the president of the United States -- knows all too well that Washington, D.C., isn't always very fair. Yet rarely is the capitol as unjust as it was in Wednesday night’s “Top Chef”......
  • 'Big Brother' recap: Who's evicted?

     
    Hello everyone! It’s Chris in KS playing backup quarterback tonight since the Ravens have pre-empted your ability to watch Big Brother tonight. Let’s get down to business and find out which whiny baby will be leaving the house, Brendon or........
  • Afghan girl whose nose was cut off meets with local doctors, prepares for treatment

     
    An Afghan girl featured on the Aug. 9 cover of Time magazine after her nose was cut off met with Southland doctors this week in preparation for treatment. The 18-year-old, identified only as Bibi Aisha (Miss Aisha), told Time that......
  • Music review: James Galway, Leonard Slatkin and the L.A. Phil at Hollywood Bowl

     
    It’s probably safe to say that Thursday was the first day anyone heard a vuvuzela played with a symphony orchestra. At least locally. At least at the Hollywood Bowl.It was during the raucous crowd section of Piston’s “The Incredible Flutist”......
  • Five ways for indie musicians to get their songs played on KCRW

     
    Tips for independent bands to get their songs played on KCRW, one of the most influential stations when it comes to shaping Southern California's taste in music....
  • Google's music entreaties fall favorably on record companies' ears

     
    Google is finding willing listeners among record labels as it makes the rounds to negotiate the rights to launch its digital music service....
  • Little girls and pierced ears: Do you have a policy?

     
    My daughter wants her ears pierced. She's five. She's been asking, on and off, for the past year or so. She asked again last night. I responded, in that most-classic of parent ways, “Someday.” To which she responded, “Saturday?”...
  • Fresh sweet corn — a Florida home cook favorite

     
    Florida sweet corn is at the peak of its season. Surprising to many Floridians, the state grows more sweet corn than any other state in the Union, and Palm Beach County leads the way. For northerners, sweet corn used to be a sign of summer, but in...
  • Toy Story alien cupcakes are fun, easy way to celebrate movie’s opening

     
    In celebration of the opening weekend for Toy Story 3, I'm sharing a recipe for some cute alien cupcakes from Disneyfamily.com. Ingredients Cupcakes, baked from your favorite recipe White frosting, store-bought or from your favorite recipe Neon green food...
  • Producer Arif Mardin celebrated in documentary 'The Greatest Ears in Town'

     
    It’s a remarkable on one level that a man who played a critical role in shaping a boatload of hit records by Aretha Franklin, the Bee Gees, Bette Midler, Carly Simon, Phil Collins, Dusty Springfield, Chaka Khan, Norah Jones and......