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  • Professional Ballerina

    Professional Ballerina
    The elegance, grace and pirouettes of a ballerina -- who doesn't marvel at how well these artists perform? It certainly looks like a dream job to covet. Electric images of dancers leaping and twirling don't begin to expose the sweat and strain they...
  • The Boss, Sinatra among N.J. Hall of Fame's first inductees

    The Boss, Sinatra among N.J. Hall of Fame's first inductees
    Pop quiz: What comes to mind when you think about Yogi Berra, Thomas Edison, Albert Einstein and Toni Morrison? Brilliant minds, inspiring souls, trailblazers -- all are likely responses. And ... New Jersey? Yep. They all have strong ties to the oft-...
  • Exercise can offset obesity genes

    Exercise can offset obesity genes
    Even people with a strong genetic predisposition to obesity can offset their risk of being overweight by being physically active, according to a study published Tuesday in the journal PLoS Medicine. British researchers examined the effects of 12...
  • Prefab home gets ground-up restoration

    Renovation of a 1950s manufactured house sounds like code for a tear-down. But Ben Thorne and Eliza Howard think differently, perhaps because their home is Los Angeles' best-known example of the modernist prefab houses by the General Panel Corp. If that...
  • 'Bomb Power' by Garry Wills

    'Bomb Power' by Garry Wills
    Garry Wills is a formidable Pulitzer Prize-winning historian, one of America's leading public intellectuals and, over the last 50 years, our most important lay Catholic thinker and writer. In his 28th book, "Bomb Power: The Modern Presidency and the...
  • Oxford lite

    OXFORD, England -- Cue the college choir. Roll the "Brideshead Revisited" footage. Lay out the strawberries and clotted cream. And let me begin by saying, ahem, that it's a rich experience, reflecting upon one's days at Oxford. The morning sun through...
  • Off The Shelf: History and her story finally meet

    Off The Shelf: History and her story finally meet
    I was on a roll. I knew my topic: living in a historic neighborhood. I knew my purpose: an opening for a collection of essays I'd been publishing as stand-alones over the years. All combined (I realized recently) memoir with history and politics,...
  • Plastic surgery boosting careers?

    Plastic surgery boosting careers?
    The media, and its consumers, generally keep conversation about plastic surgery and careers pegged on a couple of figures: The aging Hollywood idol and the would-be Hollywood idol. Cosmetic surgery is de rigueur in the movie and TV business--pretty...
  • Study Looks at Napping Habits

    Study Looks at Napping Habits
    If you find yourself fighting the urge to catch 40 winks in the middle of the day, maybe it's time to start snoozing and stop worrying about what your boss will think. You might be surprised by how many of your co-workers will join you. Thirty-four...
  • 3 Americans win Nobel in physics

    3 Americans win Nobel in physics
    One scientist set the stage for the globe-girdling fiber-optic networks that transmit the bulk of everyday television, telephone and other communications. Two other scientists developed the electronic eye that makes digital photography possible. On...
  • Salt and high blood pressure: New concerns raised

    Salt and high blood pressure: New concerns raised
    Ah, salt. It gives personality to chips, balance to bread and flavor to just about everything else that comes in a can, jar or squeeze bottle. Salt is such a mealtime staple it can be hard to imagine life without a shaker on the table. But as far back...