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  • Forge Fest returns with promise of fun time for community [Rodgers Forge]

    The first ever Forge Fest was a sensational success. Don't miss the second one on Oct. 11. This Forge Fest will again fill the Tot Lot with merriment from 1-4 p.m. The Forge Fests, which grew out of the farmers markets, are the creative genius of Mary...
  • RealD reaches deal to double its 3-D screen count in Russia

    Beverly Hills 3-D technology and licensing company RealD Inc. is further expanding its business in Russia, one of the world's leading cinema markets. RealD announced Thursday an agreement with Cinema Park, Russia's leading national cinema chain, to...
  • Patterson eyes five in a row

    Patterson eyes five in a row
    Casey Patterson rode his bike down to the Huntington Beach Pier Tuesday morning to get in a workout. It's a luxury the 33-year-old has, now that he's at home and has the opportunity to put in final preparations for the final Assn. of Volleyball...
  • Put Brakes On Push For Red-Light Cameras

    Put Brakes On Push For Red-Light Cameras
    I'm a safe driver; too safe, if you ask my wife. There's only one thing that's ever caused me to slam my brakes: red-light cameras. Connecticut legislators have proposed three bills legalizing the use of cameras at traffic lights in larger cities and...
  • Dali Museum, mullet flavors St. Petersburg

    Dali Museum, mullet flavors St. Petersburg
    At last, my notoriously poor eyesight has yielded something useful. I'm at the Dali Museum in St. Petersburg, standing across the room from Salvador Dali's "Gala Contemplating the Mediterranean Sea which at Twenty Meters Becomes the Portrait of...
  • A last look: St. Petersburg's Pier

    A last look: St. Petersburg's Pier
    Signs reading "Stop the Lens" appear as you near St. Petersburg Pier, the iconic landmark built in the 1970s. The Lens is the proposed award-winning design by architect Michael Maltzan that will replace The Pier, as the locals call it. The city has...
  • Orioles team charter flight forced to make emergency landing in Jacksonville (UPDATED)

    Orioles team charter flight forced to make emergency landing in Jacksonville (UPDATED)
    The Orioles team charter heading to Tampa Bay on Sunday night was forced to make an emergency landing in Jacksonville because of smoke coming out of the oven in the kitchen area of the plane, an industry source said. The landing was a precautionary move....
  • Eugene Patterson dies at 89; Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist

    Eugene Patterson, a Pulitzer Prize-winning editor and columnist whose impassioned words helped draw national attention to the civil rights movement as it unfolded across the South, has died at 89. Patterson, who helped fellow whites understand the...
  • Selena Gomez reportedly denied Russian visa over LGBT issues

    Selena Gomez reportedly denied Russian visa over LGBT issues
    Selena Gomez has canceled a series of her concerts in Eastern Europe after reportedly being denied a visa by Russia. The pop star/actress had to cancel concerts in Belarus set for Friday and additional stops in Ukraine and the entire Russian leg of...
  • Russia reimagines its culinary traditions

    Russia reimagines its culinary traditions
    MOSCOW — On New Year's Eve, dining-room tables across Russia will be covered with a mosaic of glittering red caviar, piroshki, marinated mushrooms, beet salad and herring. Chilled vodka bottles and Champagne flutes will tower over the dishes,...
  • UCF commitment barrage continues with St. Petersburg Gibbs ATH Maurice Hall

    UCF commitment barrage continues with St. Petersburg Gibbs ATH Maurice Hall
    UCF received a commitment from St. Petersburg Gibbs athlete Maurice Hall over the weekend after the 6-foot-1, 185-pound junior took an unofficial visit to the Orlando campus. If things go as planned, Hall will eventually join his fellow Pinellas County...