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  • Imax premieres new laser system at TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood

    Imax premieres new laser system at TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood
    Imax Corp. offered a glimpse into cinematic future, showcasing a new laser projection system at the historic TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood that executives contend will transform the moviegoing experience. Gathered inside the newly refurbished 88-...
  • Toronto museum show on 'Curious History of Men in Heels'

    The Bata Shoe Museum in Toronto, Canada, is hosting a new exhibit opening May 8 called "Standing Tall: The Curious History of Men in Heels." The show looks at men's footwear from the early 17th century to the present, including its history, variety,...
  • Birthers silent on Cruz candidacy

    Where are the birthers when we really need them? When Barack Hussein Obama first sought the office of president they declared him ineligible for that office because they believed the myth that he was born in Kenya, or in Indonesia, or possibly on a moon...
  • Avoiding lap-child sticker shock on international flights

    Avoiding lap-child sticker shock on international flights
    While planning a summer trip to Europe for her family, Tara Firenzi of Santa Cruz was thrilled that she would save some money using awards miles for tickets for herself, her husband and 5-year-old daughter Ruby. Ten-month-old Hazel would fly as a lap...
  • Raptors' Greivis Vasquez: Wizards' Paul Pierce has 'got everybody's attention'

    Raptors' Greivis Vasquez: Wizards' Paul Pierce has 'got everybody's attention'
    Speaking to the media at Air Canada Centre on Sunday, Toronto Raptors guard Greivis Vasquez was asked about Paul Pierce, whose 20 points helped the Washington Wizards steal Game 1 of their Eastern Conference quarterfinal series on the road, 93-86, one day...
  • Canadian shrimp imports up as Maine fishery remains closed

    Maine fishmonger Glen Libby made a disheartening discovery on Easter Sunday brunch — the cold water shrimp on the menu at a restaurant up the street from his fish market were from Canada, not New England. Canadian imports of the sweet, quarter-...
  • Boston Marathon winner who died century ago in WWI honored

    At the Vlamertinge Military Cemetery in Flanders Fields, the headstone of James Duffy usually stands unnoticed among the solemn rows. But one century after his death and in the days leading up to Monday's Boston Marathon, Duffy's grave has been honored...
  • Paul Almond dies at 83; director of groundbreaking 'Seven Up!' documentary

     Paul Almond dies at 83; director of groundbreaking 'Seven Up!' documentary
    Canadian filmmaker Paul Almond was working in London in the early 1960s when he and producer Tim Hewitt came up with an idea for a documentary that would examine class and society through the eyes of children. "Over a couple of pints in a pub," Almond...
  • Notes: Everth Cabrera allowed to travel to Toronto; J.J. Hardy progressing from injury

    Notes: Everth Cabrera allowed to travel to Toronto; J.J. Hardy progressing from injury
    Orioles infielder Everth Cabrera has been given permission to remain with the club when it travels to Canada next week for a three-game series against the Blue Jays in Toronto. There was concern that Cabrera, who was arrested in September and charged...
  • Canada charges 4 British Navy sailors with sex assault

    Canada's military on Friday charged four British Navy sailors with sexual assault causing bodily harm at a Canadian Forces base in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The men were charged Thursday for their role in a "group sexual assault" in barracks in Shearwater,...
  • Naval Academy bests rivals in NSA cyber competition

    Naval Academy bests rivals in NSA cyber competition
    Midshipmen from the Naval Academy won a mock war in cyberspace this week, faring better against an elite team of National Security Agency hackers than their rivals at the other service academies, the Fort Meade-based spy agency said. It was the...