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  • How do you deal with your child's annoying habits?

    How do you deal with your child's annoying habits?
    My son has been talking like Mr. Bean lately. A lot. It's annoying. Not that Mr. Bean really talks much, he actually kind of grunts out his sentences when he does use complete ones. I asked my son why he does this, and he said he likes the way...
  • The dreaded words: 'Mom, I need to talk to you about something'

    The dreaded words: 'Mom, I need to talk to you about something'
    My son said to me last night, with a very serious look on his face, "Mom, I need to talk to you about something important." I wondered what it could be. Lately, all the talk has been about his birthday, which is coming up, so I figured it had...
  • Sundance: In Richard Linklater's 12-year 'Boyhood,' a profile of a man

    Sundance: In Richard Linklater's 12-year 'Boyhood,' a profile of a man
    PARK CITY, Utah -- About three years into the filming of the ambitious fictional film project "Boyhood," the movie's then-11-year-old actress, Lorelei Linklater, went to her father, the movie's director Richard Linklater, with an impatient request. "Can...
  • Love can be a loser's game

    Love can be a loser's game
    The day after our first date, I received a letter grade. "A+," she texted. We had gone from the Internet to real life in two days, and one 10-hour first date had me hooked. I actually had been hooked hours before when nearing 2 a.m. she was in the midst...
  • Hiroshi Yamauchi, who turned Nintendo into video-game giant, has died

    Hiroshi Yamauchi, who turned Nintendo into video-game giant, has died
    Hiroshi Yamauchi, who ran Nintendo for more than 50 years and led the Japanese company's transition from traditional playing-card maker to video-game giant, has died. He was 85. Kyoto-based Nintendo said Yamauchi, who was also known for owning the...
  • Greg Schwem: Horror stories from a Black Friday dad

    I groggily looked at the alarm clock, which registered 2:30 a.m. Time to get up and honor a commitment I apparently made to my 15-year-old-daughter less than six hours earlier: Drive her and her friends to Black Friday sales. I have served as...
  • 'Thor: The Dark World' gets Lego movie poster treatment

    'Thor: The Dark World' gets Lego movie poster treatment
    Thor, Loki and their Asgardian pals are getting the Lego treatment in a new parody of the “Thor: The Dark World” movie poster.   The poster, released on Nov. 6, features Lego versions of the stars of the upcoming Marvel film in a promotion for...
  • IndieCade: A look at some of the year's most exciting games

    IndieCade: A look at some of the year's most exciting games
    Stroll end to end at IndieCade, a now-annual game festival and conference in Culver City, and there’s as much for the spectator as there is for the player.   Look right, and four people are walking around with robots on their heads, walk left and...
  • Review: ‘Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze’ springs ape to action

     
    For the last three decades, one of the video game world’s greatest antiheroes has been a barrel-throwing ape. He’s arrogant, […]...
  • How Nintendo Aims to Get its Mojo Back

    Nintendo is having trouble selling its gaming systems and software. It's answer to help turn around three consecutive years of losses: promote healthy living. The Japanese gamemaker said it will launch a third platform -- dubbed QOL -- soon to work...
  • Competitive Strikers have a virtual ball

    Competitive Strikers have a virtual ball
    The Surf City Strikers are a force among Orange County bowling teams. The collective of 15 regulars from the Rodgers Seniors Center has claimed 20 trophies, all of them for first place. But the Strikers don't practice their "sport" on traditional...