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  • Cutting the cord: How to snag free HDTV

    Cutting the cord: How to snag free HDTV
    In March, our cable bill nearly doubled. For reasons that will likely remain a mystery, Comcast started billing us $64 a month for Internet service we never ordered. AT&T is and always has been our provider. So every month, we call. We complain. Bills...
  • The best of E3 2014

    The best of E3 2014
    The Electronic Entertainment Expo, also known as E3, comes to a close today. Here are the top five takes from this year's expo.  1. The games - Last year, it was about the next-generation consoles. This year, E3 is focuses on showcasing and previewing...
  • Mixing Zelda-style characters with a battleground free-for-all

    Mixing Zelda-style characters with a battleground free-for-all
    "Hyrule Warriors" takes Nintendo's evergreen "Legend of Zelda" franchise in an unexpectedly straightforward direction. Although most "Zelda" games are sprawling adventures packed with puzzling dungeons, "Hyrule Warriors" is a battlefield brawler where you...
  • Shaq is returning to video games in Shaq Fu 2

    Shaq is returning to video games in Shaq Fu 2
    It looks like Shaquille O'Neal is returning to the video game market.  The former Magic star and Orlando resident will star in a sequel to the mid-1990s fighting game Shaq Fu, GameSpot.com reports.  A crowdsourcing campaign on Indiegogo.com for Shaq...
  • Eustis tuning up for annual folk festival

    The 17th annual Lake County Folk Festival will be held Oct. 11 and 12 in Ferran Park and downtown Eustis. The free event will feature dozens of acts at various outside and inside venues throughout the two-day event. Music will include folk, bluegrass,...
  • Pierrette Scougall, Enfield Schools Employee And Senior Center Volunteer, Dies at 73

    Pierrette Scougall, an Enfield schools employee and volunteer at the Enfield Senior Center, died Oct. 8. She was 73. Known to friends as "Pete," Scougall was born in Springfield, Mass., and had lived in Enfield since 1964. She is survived by Jack...
  • PC gaming thrives despite new consoles

    GamerHub.tv Although much of the focus of mainstream press is on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Wii U, PC gaming is thriving today. Thirty-seven percent of the U.S. population over the age of eight currently plays PC games for an average of 6.4 hours per...
  • Slam the door on the hate from ‘gamergate’

     
    THE PLAYER On a recent Tuesday evening, more than 50 current and former students of USC’s game design program gathered […]...
  • South suburban event calendar, Oct. 9-15

    South suburban event calendar, Oct. 9-15
    Here's a look at upcoming events in and around the south suburbs. Listings are subject to change. Please call the venue in advance. To submit an event for consideration, please visit triblocal.com/events. Thursday, Oct. 9 'Capriccio': This Richard...
  • Freebie Friday: health screenings, coffee, and other freebies

    Freebie Friday: health screenings, coffee, and other freebies
    Welcome to Freebie Friday, where everything is free.   Freebie Spotlight Free coffee Oct. 12-18 at RaceTrac   In an effort to encourage busy commuters  not  to “drool and drive.” Guests can grab a free cup of coffee, any size, no...
  • 'Grossology' At Science Center: An Exhibit Of Bodily Functions

     'Grossology' At Science Center: An Exhibit Of Bodily Functions
    Every town in Connecticut has a playscape. But only one has a playscape designed to look like a gastrointestinal tract, with children climbing in the mouth, down the throat slide, into the stomach, through the intestine tube, and spilling out onto a mushy...