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  • Kids can be a part of "geek" knit community project at Lafayette

     
    Kids will have a chance to take part in a textile performance piece/community project in the lobby of the Lafayette College's Williams Center Gallery during the “Spring Comes Early” Build-A-Bug workshop for children from 10 a.m. to noon...
  • Lehigh football gets another Matt Cohen and adds two more to recruiting list

     
    As promised back on Feb. 8, Lehigh has added a few more recruits to its incoming class this fall. And you'll note that the Mountain Hawks will have another Matthew Cohen aboard. If this one is half as good as the last Matt Cohen, Lehigh will be quite...
  • Death of girl found at baseball field considered a homicide

     
    Authorities are investigating the death of a girl found in the dugout of a Sacramento baseball field as a homicide....
  • Screams heard in park where Sacramento girl was killed

     
    Sacramento police believe a teen found dead near a dugout last week spent a few hours in Rosemont Park before she was killed. They also say people heard screams in the park before her death. During a news conference Thursday......
  • Albert Einstein online archive puts a genius at our fingertips

     
    The Hebrew University of Jerusalem has expanded its vast online Albert Einstein catalog. The enhanced website “sheds light on every aspect of Einstein’s life and on his times,” the first half of the 20th century, the director of the...
  • 'Faster-than-light neutrino' scientist steps down

     
    The leader of an experiment that was said to have shown subatomic particles traveling faster than the speed of light has resigned from his post, according to Italy's National Institute of Nuclear Physics....
  • Hulu's Jason Kilar 'Thinks Different' about television

     
    Hulu Chief Executive Jason Kilar chose the advertising agency's conference in Los Angeles to do his own riff on Apple Inc.'s "Think Different" campaign. Instead of saluting "The Crazy Ones" from the memorable TBWA/Chiat/Day ad campaign from 1997 that...
  • Festival of Books: Hochschild, Goodheart, Nagorski put fresh faces on old conflicts

     
    A better title for the Saturday morning L.A. Times Festival of Books panel "History: War & Remembrance" might have been "Putting a Face on the War." Authors Adam Goodheart, Adam Hochschild and Andrew Nagorski underscored with moderator Diane Smith how.......
  • Reader photos: Southern California Moments, Day 172

     
    "A work in progress": Cindi Kauffman caught graphic designer Moe Notsu chalking up a portrait of Time magazine's Person of the Century, Albert Einstein, at the Pasadena Chalk Art Festival. The photo was taken with an iPhone and processed with......
  • Dr. Tolman and professor Einstein

     
    Dr. Richard C. Tolman, left, and Prof. Albert Einstein standing in front of blackboard at California Institute of Technology. Dr. Tolman led a seminar at Cal Tech for over 50 scientists....
  • Michael Jackson tops the most exclusive power list: Top-earning dead celebs

     
    Everyone loves to rank the rich and famous, but there is one celebrity power list that even the most self-infatuated star would avoid like the plague -- Forbes' Top-Earning Dead Celebrities list. Heading the new list is none other than......