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  • Film Review: 'The Eternal Zero'

    A fictional account of a Japanese WWII pilot that features the most breathtaking images of aviation seen in an Asian war film since South Korea's "Soar Into the Skies" (2010), "The Eternal Zero" marks another vfx victory for helmer Takashi Yamazaki,...
  • Leslie Jamison connects with 'The Empathy Exams'

    The Royal Society for the Arts recently released a brilliant little animation based on a lecture by Dr. Bren Brown in which she differentiates between empathy and sympathy. In this animation, a sad fox is at the bottom of a deep, dark hole. An empathetic...
  • Jeb Bush Says GOP Can 'Restore American Greatness'

    STAMFORD — Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush on Thursday evening outlined a vision he said would launch a Republican comeback, put more party members in office this fall and give the party control of the White House in 2016. Bush spoke with optimism...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Sally M. Reis Received Award

    Sally M. Reis received the Outstanding Higher Education Professional Award from the Neag School of Education Alumni Society of the University of Connecticut. Reis was recently recognized at the 16th Annual Awards Dinner of the Neag School of Education....
  • Devilish comedy based on C.S. Lewis novel comes to Lauderdale's Parker Playhouse

    Devilish comedy based on C.S. Lewis novel comes to Lauderdale's Parker Playhouse
    The devil is putting on a show at Parker Playhouse. A theatrical adaptation of C.S. Lewis’ “The Screwtape Letters” will appear Friday and Saturday at the Fort Lauderdale theater. The comedic story about spiritual warfare from a demon&...
  • Do monarchs' woes signal broader problems?

    ANGANGUEO, Mexico On a high mountain slope in central Mexico, a patch of fir trees looks dusted in orange and black. In fact, millions of monarch butterflies cloak the trees. The forest murmurs with the whir of their flapping wings. Every year,...
  • Losing weight: Tempting foods promise a reward they can't deliver

    Losing weight: Tempting foods promise a reward they can't deliver
    Picture potato chips or chocolate — or any food you feel you can't resist. Chances are, your brain associates this food with a promise of happiness, says Kelly McGonigal, psychology instructor at Stanford University. But foods we have little control...
  • Post-conflict societies: To hell and back

    FEW pages of history are as hard to read as those describing Rwanda between April and July in 1994. Working by hand rather than with the industrial methods that the Nazis used to kill Jews, and at more than three times the speed of the Holocaust, militias...
  • Board targets planning guide

    Board targets planning guide
    GLOUCESTER — A development tool that has been used as a guide in the county since the late 1990s and that has fostered projects ranging from Fox Mill Center — the retail hub that includes Wal-Mart, Chick-fil-A, Home Depot, Ruby Tuesday,...
  • Science teacher's suspension spurs petition drive

    Science teacher's suspension spurs petition drive
    A popular Los Angeles high school science teacher has been suspended after students turned in projects that appeared dangerous to administrators, spurring a campaign calling for his return to the classroom. Students and parents have rallied around...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Softball Hall Honors Bloomfield's Tammy Schondelmayer

    Bloomfield High School Athletic Director Tammy Schondelmayer was recently inducted into the New England United States Specialty Sports Association Hall of Fame at its annual banquet in Cromwell. Schondelmayer joined the staff at Bloomfield High in 1994,...