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  • Game-stopping action with a violent storm

    Game-stopping action with a violent storm
    Sunday night during the sixth inning of Florida State’s game against Alabama in the Tallahassee Regional NCAA Baseball Championship, a storm moved in, postponing the game until the next day.  What started out as ethereal clouds, coloring the sky...
  • December singles: Meet Adam and Trisha

    December singles: Meet Adam and Trisha
    Adam Dutch Durham 27, Gemini Lives: Baltimore Hometown: Crisfield Education: Berklee College of Music and Salisbury University Occupation: DJ/producer of Alternate Seduction and guitar/drum instructor Interests: music, film, road trips, mannequins,...
  • Current Space's art market — literally

    Current Space's art market — literally
    The intersection of art and commerce has always been a dangerous spot. It gets extra slippery at a cheeky exhibit at Current Space, the ever-funky gallery that has staked out an oasis on an otherwise development-shy block of Howard Street. Titled "CART,"...
  • Album review: Destroyer's 'Kaputt'

     
    Vancouver, Canada’s Dan Bejar, the occasional member of the New Pornographers, has been crafting adventurous solo albums with various musicians under the heavy metal-like moniker Destroyer since the '90s. On “Kaputt,” his ninth outing, Bejar has...
  • New PBS Bob Ross mashup continues network’s digital salutes to past icons

     
    Last weekend, at the Television Critics Association (TCA) press tour PBS panels, network president and CEO Paula Kerger explained the importance of digital in PBS' future efforts. “We are looking for ways to connect to our audiences both on air...
  • Journalism foundation to award $325,000 to groups in California

     
    The Ethics and Excellence in Journalism foundation announced Tuesday that it will award about $1.84 million in grants to journalism organizations worldwide – including about $325,000 to groups in California....
  • Julia Child the latest PBS icon to get the “Remixed” treatment (VIDEO)

     
    Firs it was Mister Rogers. Then Bob Ross. Now, it's legendary chef Julia Child's turn to be auto-tuned by PBS Digital Studios, in the joyous video below. It's probably no surprise, considering that PBS is in the midst of celebrating Child's centenary (she...
  • Soak it in at Sunset Beach

    Soak it in at Sunset Beach
    It's high noon at Sunset Beach on the Eastern Shore, and the tiki bar is open for business. Several power boats have already gathered off shore, and as the afternoon stretches on, a steady stream of vessels — mostly from Hampton, York, Poquoson and...
  • Two Dead After Plane Crashes In Remote Placer County

    Two Dead After Plane Crashes In Remote Placer County
    The bodies of two people have been recovered from the wreckage of a single-engine plane that crashed in a remote area of Placer County Friday. The plane was seen flying at a low altitude by a hiker near Emigrant Gap in Placer County around 1:00pm Friday....
  • UC regents expected to partner with L.A. County in reopening Martin Luther King Jr. Hospital

     
    Members of the UC Board of Regents meeting at UCLA this morning said that they were cautiously optimistic that they would vote Thursday to partner with Los Angeles County to reopen Martin Luther King Jr. Hospital in Willowbrook. Under the......
  • UC regents scheduled to take crucial vote on future of King Hospital [Updated]

     
    [Updated at 10:45 a.m.: UC regents unanimously approved a partnership with L.A. County to reopen King Hospital.] Members of the UC Board of Regents said they were “cautiously optimistic” that they would vote today to partner with Los Angeles County......