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  • Reading Rainbow: The most popular Kickstarter ever

    Reading Rainbow: The most popular Kickstarter ever
    With more than 104,000 backers, Reading Rainbow is the most popular Kickstarter campaign ever. More people have donated to it than to the "Veronica Mars" movie and the Pebble Smartwatch, two record-breaking projects. Actor Levar Burton's project to...
  • When the L.A. Unified watchdog watches too closely

     When the L.A. Unified watchdog watches too closely
    If Stuart Magruder knew how to play the game, he might still have his volunteer watchdog job today. But he just had to speak up. The arrogance, the temerity, the insolence. How dare he challenge the leadership of the Los Angeles Unified School District?...
  • Spending: the iPad goes to the office

    Microsoft took its time developing iPad-specific versions of Word, Excel and PowerPoint. The good news: Office for iPad isn't just the PC version ported to a tablet. Microsoft has come up with a streamlined, touch-friendly interface with easy-to-tap...
  • Printers Row Journal subscription levels

    Printers Row Journal subscription levels
    -------------------- Subscribe now -------------------- Printers Row Journal is the Chicago Tribune’s premium Sunday book section. It features book reviews, author interviews, a weekly work of short fiction and a whole lot more. Choose the...
  • Lehigh Valley liberal arts colleges warm up to online education

    Small classes. Lots of face time with professors. Lively debates on the humanities. These have long been the hallmark of liberal arts colleges. They're also the reason that such schools have resisted what has become a staple on many college campuses:...
  • Utilice la tecnología para estar al día

    Redes sociales, aplicaciones móviles y el Internet sirvieron de salvavidas a millones de residentes en el noreste de Estados Unidos en 2012 cuando la supertormenta Sandy cortó el suministro de electricidad y la mayoría de las líneas de comunicación. En...
  • Property crimes drop after USC implements new safety measures

    Property crimes drop after USC implements new safety measures
    USC officials are attributing a drop in property crimes at the university to security measures put in place following an on-campus Halloween night shooting that left four teenagers wounded two years ago. The biggest factor in the reduction, officials...
  • Film Review: 'Heatstroke'

    It may begin with a character racing across a desert with a small plane in hot pursuit, but "Heatstroke" is not, to put it gently, the second coming of "North by Northwest." An underwhelming survival thriller about a fragile family unit beset by violent...
  • LAUSD board agrees on testing alternative laptops

    LAUSD board agrees on testing alternative laptops
    With minimal discussion, Los Angeles school officials this week authorized contracts for the purchase of six different laptop computers to determine which device and curriculum works best for high school students. The approach is a marked contrast to...
  • What Kaká can expect in Central Florida

    What Kaká can expect in Central Florida
    Welcome to Central Florida, Kaká. You've just entered an NBA town that sits squarely inside NASCAR country but is ruled by the dominant religion of college football. Even with all the losing, we still love the Orlando Magic. We can head east to...
  • WWE Fires, Rehires 'Diva' Accused Of Shoplifting In Hartford

    WWE Fires, Rehires 'Diva' Accused Of Shoplifting In Hartford
    HARTFORD — A WWE wrestling "Diva" charged Monday with shoplifting at a Wal-Mart on Flatbush Avenue was fired Wednesday, then rehired a short time later. Tenille Dashwood of Winter Park, Fla., was charged with sixth-degree larceny after police...