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  • Student at UCF’s graduate game development program earns all-access pass

     
    A production student at UCF’s graduate game development program won an all-access pass to the 2011 Game Developer’s Conference in San Francisco. The International Game Developers Association doled out 25 of these scholarships. It’s a...
  • Fine lines

     
    I’m cleaning off my desk here and the following quotes are on scraps of paper in a little pile. You may find some of the them wise and useful: We tend to forget that happiness doesn’t come as a result......
  • The conversation: How to save Detroit

     
    To photographer Jim Griffioen, news of Detroit's shrinking population -- from 1.8 million in 1950 to 714,000 in 2010 -- must not have come as a surprise. He's spent years documenting the city's decline in "The Disappearing City," taking a......
  • Natural History Museum to raise admission price to $12 on May 11

     
    Price hike to $12 in store at Natural History Museum...
  • What's better, a '57 Chevy or a 2011 Ford?

     
    Do you miss real cars? You know, ones with tail fins, and acres of chrome, and big V-8s pumping out so much horsepower you can smoke the tires in any gear? I do. I spend my days driving an econobox......
  • Michael Mann wants to do his own ‘Le Mans’

     
    A few weekends back, I checked out the new BluRay edition of Steve McQueen's 1960s(early 70s) racing classic, “Le Mans” and wrote about it here. And darned if Michael Mann hasn't been checking it out, too. Maybe. He's seriously considering his...
  • Cut-glass conference in Orlando during Orlando Museum of Art exhibit

     
    Considered an art form when it was created more than 100 years ago, cut and engraved glass from the American Brilliant Period, roughly 1876 to 1916, is in vogue again among collectors and museums. The Orlando Museum of Art is now showing aesthetic ...
  • NEH gives $40 million in grants; $3.2 million to California

     
    National Endowment for the Humanities issues $40 million in grants, including $3.2 million to California museums, scholars and documentary filmmakers. Documentaries win the biggest grants; others sponsor seminars aimed to improve college and secondary...
  • Tim Cook to Apple employees: 'Apple is not going to change'

     
    Tim Cook, CEO, emails Apple: 'Apple is not going to change': Tim Cook, Apple's new CEO, reportedly emailed Apple employees early Thursday morning, assuring them that Apple wasn't going to change and that Steve Jobs would still be able to contribute as...
  • Paint shop: Color me choosy

    Paint shop: Color me choosy
    Don Levy, of Birmingham, Ala., had one rule when he car shopped this year. Like the game-day shirts at his beloved University of Alabama, the car had to be crimson, white or gray. "I'm an avid fan," said Levy. "So every car I've had and every car I...
  • Foot rub, mammogram?

    Foot rub, mammogram?
    Nearly a year after federal health experts issued controversial new breast cancer screening guidelines, mammogram providers are trying to woo women back to the imaging room. At the Wichita Clinic in Kansas, mammogram parties come complete with...