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  • More than half of consumers globally upbeat on job prospects: Nielsen

    LONDON (Reuters) - More than half of consumers globally expect job prospects to be good to excellent in the year ahead, a survey showed on Tuesday. That helped push global consumer confidence up in the second quarter to its highest since the first...
  • Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, an L.A. band, stare at 'Hypnotic Eye'

    Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, an L.A. band, stare at 'Hypnotic Eye'
    Before easing into a conversation about his new album with the Heartbreakers, "Hypnotic Eye," the longtime Malibu beach-dweller Tom Petty has a score to settle. It's in response to an old Times survey of Los Angeles' most enduring rock bands....
  • Top Los Angeles beauty artists

    Top Los Angeles beauty artists
    Like the bubbles from so many award season glasses of Champagne, a new list of beauty talent has risen to the top of the editorial pages. Skill, artistry, tenacity and in some cases the added alchemy of being paired with the right celebrity at the right...
  • Extension of Iran nuclear talks gets mixed Israeli response

    JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel responded skeptically to the extension of Iranian nuclear talks with world powers on Saturday, saying it saw no cause for the optimism voiced by some Western diplomats about prospects for an accord. After failing to meet a...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Robert Smart promoted to dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at Quinnipiac University

    Robert Smart, of Middletown, professor and chair of English and director of the writing program, has been promoted to dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at Quinnipiac University. "Bob brings to the position incredible experience, energy, vision...
  • Online School for Girls puts focus on connection, collaboration

    Online School for Girls puts focus on connection, collaboration
    Much to English teacher Ed Raines' surprise, his students had never heard Puccini's soaring melodies that inspired David Henry Hwang's "M. Butterfly," nor the way Louis Armstrong could make a trumpet talk in Ralph Ellison's "Invisible Man." In the...
  • Muschamp, Driskel, Gators need to rise above happy noise

     Muschamp, Driskel, Gators need to rise above happy noise
    The happy Kool-Aid has been served. Would you like the Coach Boom Cherry-Red special? Or maybe a sip of the Jeff Driskel Orange-and-Blue Delight? These classic cocktails all were part of the SEC Media Days buffet (favorite word of every sports writer...
  • Rich is better Democrat, but Crist has better chance

    Former state Sen. Nan Rich, a true blue Democrat, expresses in just a few words the reason she and not Charlie Crist should be her party's choice to face Gov. Rick Scott in November: "We need to make sure we don't have two Republicans running in the...
  • New goalies coach familiar with Hawks' Crawford

    New goalies coach familiar with Hawks' Crawford
    When he finally gets a chance to block off a few days to study his new team, recently hired Blackhawks goaltending coach Jimmy Waite will first watch every game the Hawks played last season and then call his brother — and predecessor —...
  • Rev. Joseph Messer, Roman Catholic priest

    Rev. Joseph Messer, Roman Catholic priest
    The Rev. Father Joseph Valentine Messer, a Roman Catholic priest who served in Glen Burnie and Severna Park, died of dementia complications Wednesday at Stella Maris Hospice. The Timonium resident was 90. Born in Brooklyn, N.Y., he was the son of...
  • Too many governments? Downstate has the biggest share

     Too many governments? Downstate has the biggest share
    Few places in Illinois vote more reliably Republican than Iroquois County, home to 1,120 square miles of mostly corn and soybean fields, 28,982 residents and, according to state records, 218 distinct units of government — one for every 133...