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  • Lawyer: George Zimmerman charged after allegedly throwing bottle of wine at girlfriend

    Lawyer: George Zimmerman charged after allegedly throwing bottle of wine at girlfriend
    After allegedly throwing a bottle of wine at his girlfriend Monday, George Zimmerman spent 14 hours in jail this weekend and now faces aggravated assault charges and must surrender all his firearms, officials said. Zimmerman, 31, was arrested Friday...
  • The snackification of everything

    The snackification of <em>everything</em>
    Symbols matter, which is why it's important to acknowledge that our truest national emblem isn't an eagle or a dollar sign or even a handgun, though each will have its proponents. No, I see a partially unwrapped Twinkie, draped alluringly in cellophane,...
  • 'Minecraft' creator Markus Persson buys $70-million mansion

    'Minecraft' creator Markus Persson buys $70-million mansion
    The L.A. area's unusually hot ultra-luxury real estate market ended 2014 with yet another mega-sale. Swedish video-game billionaire Markus Persson bought a Beverly Hills mansion built by handbag tycoon Bruce Makowsky for $70 million. Although the...
  • Patriots' Revis Won't Look Back, His Focus Is Solely On Colts

    FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — Tom Brady got poked in the eye last weekend against the Ravens and Thursday the Patriots' quarterback was able to joke about it. Darrelle Revis got poked in the ego last weekend against the Ravens and Thursday, well, let's...
  • Enfield Senior Center Will Reboot Technology With Hands-On Approach

    The Enfield Senior Center has plans to transform its computer learning center into a hands-on technology center this year. Using a $5,970 grant from the Wireless Zone Foundation for Giving, senior center Director Susan Lather said the funding will...
  • Eisenhower Library receives prestigious nomination

    Eisenhower Library receives prestigious nomination
    A prestigious nomination bestowed on the Eisenhower Public Library puts the library in the running for the nation’s highest honor in library service. Now in its sixth year since opening as a joint library shared by Harwood Heights and Norridge, the...
  • Briggs & Riley BRX Explore International Wide-Body a great carry-on

     Briggs &amp; Riley BRX Explore International Wide-Body a great carry-on
    Name: Briggs & Riley BRX Explore International Wide-Body Upright (BU221XW) What it is: A 20-inch-long suitcase with a 15 1/2-inch-wide body designed to meet the stricter carry-on requirements of most international airlines. It has two zippered pockets...
  • Software upgrades re-create old-school toys as smart playthings

    Software upgrades re-create old-school toys as smart playthings
    Balls. Dolls. Race cars. So dull. How can good old-fashioned toys like these compete for children's attention when the kids seem umbilically connected to their iPads? How about software-upgradable balls, dolls and race cars? Established toy makers...
  • $100 off Apple iPad Air 2

    $100 off Apple iPad Air 2
    Save $100 on an Apple iPad 2 16 GB for $399 from DigJungle.com on ebay. Surf, shop and read on the 9.7-inch brand new, silver tablet. It comes with a 90 day warranty so you can be confident in your purchase. iPad 2 has In-plane Switching (IPS)...
  • Sophia Amoruso brings her Nasty Gal and more to Melrose Avenue

    Sophia Amoruso brings her Nasty Gal and more to Melrose Avenue
    Sophia Amoruso, 30, the digital doyenne who turned her hobby of selling vintage clothing on EBay into the $130-million, L.A.-based Nasty Gal fashion brand, has had quite a year. Her "#GirlBoss" business manifesto was published in May, documenting her...
  • Night Drivers Need This Button

     
    It seems that the older I get, the more sensitive I am to driving at night, whether its lights on the roads or the light coming from test cars' multimedia systems. And I'm not alone. Related: More Safety News Most......