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  • Coupons: $10-off at Macy's JCP and on gas cards at Publix

    Coupons: $10-off at Macy's JCP and on gas cards at Publix
    Happy New Year! If you've resolved to save more in 2015, then have I got freebies, savings and coupons for you! Through Sunday, save $10 on gas cards, save $10 at Macy's, JC Penney and watch Showtime for free, too. Use my ginormous list to save...
  • Elmhurst band The Orwells featured in new iPad Air 2 ad

    Elmhurst band The Orwells featured in new iPad Air 2 ad
    The Orwells guitarist Matt O’Keefe said the text messages came pouring in Sunday after the new iPad Air 2 commercial featuring his band’s song “Who Needs You” aired. The Elmhurst rock band had made headlines in January due to its...
  • Earphones (and wireless headphones) for the new year

    Earphones (and wireless headphones) for the new year
    While contemplating a stack of holiday gift cards, let's wrap our heads around these under-$200 earphones from Yamaha and Bowers & Wilkins, and Bluetooth headphones from Koss. Yamaha EPH-M200 Earphones Price: $149.95 Inline remote/microphone: Yes....
  • Go Away With ... Reggie Lee

    Go Away With ... Reggie Lee
    Born in the Philippines and raised in Ohio, Reggie Lee currently splits his time between Los Angeles and Portland, where he has a co-starring role as Sgt. Wu on the NBC hit series "Grimm." Lee's film credits include "The Dark Knight Rises," "The Fast...
  • Go Away With ... Katherine Jenkins

    Go Away With ... Katherine Jenkins
    British mezzo-soprano Katherine Jenkins is known for her beautiful voice. Over the past decade, she has performed with opera legends such as Andrea Bocelli, Placido Domingo and Dame Kiri Te Kanawa. Jenkins -- who also was a runner-up on "Dancing with...
  • Virgin Hotels jumps into the hospitality market with Chicago showpiece

    Virgin Hotels jumps into the hospitality market with Chicago showpiece
    For more than 50 years, the Virgin company has dabbled in life's more pleasurable pursuits — music, cruises, space travel — so jumping into the hotel business was probably inevitable. And indeed, the company's first hotel opened Thursday in...
  • Roosevelt named 'Apple Distinguished School' for tech

    Roosevelt named 'Apple Distinguished School' for tech
    Beth Mecucci’s seventh-grade reading class quietly reads the novel “Hidden Talents” on iPads while students in Sonny Mann’s fifth-grade math class use theirs to demonstrate they know how to multiply decimal numbers. At any given...
  • Refurbished Apple iPad 4 for $250

    Refurbished Apple iPad 4 for $250
    Wow! Bag a refurbished Apple iPad 4 16 GB tablet for $249.95 from daily-deal site A4C.com. Surf, shop and read on the Wi-Fi ready 9.7-inch REFURBISHED, tablet running iOS6 in black or while. The tablet comes with a 90 day warranty so you can be...
  • Wearable technology catapulting health and fitness into future

    Wearable technology catapulting health and fitness into future
    Do you think your smartwatch, with its heart rate monitor, step counter, calorie tracker and message notifications, is impressive? You ain't seen nuthin' yet, according to Dennis Bonilla, executive dean at the college of information systems and technology...
  • Stubborn like a musk ox -- why Homo sapiens can't think straight about nuclear weapons

    Stubborn like a musk ox -- why Homo sapiens can't think straight about nuclear weapons
    Most people can be forgiven for ignoring the threat posed by nuclear weapons. It might seem surprising, but we have been preprogrammed by our own evolutionary history to engage in such ignorance. The nuclear age is just a tiny blip tacked on to our very...
  • A day of skating for heart transplant patient

    A day of skating for heart transplant patient
    Sarah Weiskind skated tentatively at first, sticking close to the wall, gripping her father's hand tightly. But soon she zipped through the middle of the rink at McKeldin Square at Pratt and Light streets in downtown Baltimore, her gray knit hat with the...