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  • Bank of America expands “Museums on Us” promotion

     
    Bank of America has announced the 14th season of its national “Museums on Us” program, which now includes 150 of the nation’s finest arts, cultural and educational institutions. Designed to increase access to the arts across the nation, the....
  • California economy: taxes, marijuana and Twitter

     
    It was the famous 20th century philosopher Mick Jagger who wrote: "You can't always get what you want; but if you try sometimes, you might find you get what you need." Three stories in The Times on Sunday illustrate the......
  • Florida Hospital hires new director of ear, nose and throat program

     
    Dr. Joshua A. Gottschall, a board-certified, fellowship-trained pediatric otolaryngologist, recently joined the  Walt Disney Pavilion at Florida Hospital for Chidlren, where he will serve as the medical director of the pediatric ear, nose and throat ...
  • The new Obama to the Chamber of Commerce: Government regulations can be your friend

     
    The Democrat begins his make-up makeover with the American business community, preparing for 2012 and the vast sum it will take to win....
  • 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...
  • Hot type

    Hot type
    What's on your summer reading list? Maybe you've got it all worked out already, but if you don't, here are 60 possibilities, arranged by the months in which they'll be published -- the best of this summer's forthcoming reads. JUNE And Then There's...
  • A Few Real Estate Deals Among Friends

    On a bright day in the late 1980s, a weary Sen. Christopher Dodd stepped off a plane at Shannon Airport, picked up a rental car and drove into the rolling Irish countryside to clear his head of the pressures of Connecticut politics. He rumbled through the...
  • A good French restaurant, heavy on the crepes

    A good French restaurant, heavy on the crepes
    When people ask me to recommend a French restaurant in the area, I never think of Crepe du Jour. I didn't realize until I ate there recently how much the Mount Washington creperie, which started as a cart in the Village Square at Cross Keys, had turned...
  • Glorious in its sophistication: Inspired by Jens Jensen, Bruce Hochstadter's 12-year-old garden captures contest's top honor

    Glorious in its sophistication: Inspired by Jens Jensen, Bruce Hochstadter's 12-year-old garden captures contest's top honor
    "A native crabapple, a group of violets, a bird bath with a cardinal flower, a virgin's bower clinging to the crabapple, and perhaps a dash of iris or phlox, or lilies if you please, make a garden full of song and poetry." --"Siftings" by landscape...
  • Baby at the Buzzer

    Baby at the Buzzer
    Kim Harper started a career before starting a family. After graduating from Michigan State University in 1990, she traveled, earned a law degree and began working as an attorney. When Harper married in 2006, she and her husband, Jeff, hoped a baby would...
  • Kicking the tires on presidential limousines

    The largest collection of retired presidential limousines is ensconced here at the Henry Ford Museum in a frozen-moment procession that begins with Ronald Reagan's 1972 Lincoln Continental and ends with Theodore Roosevelt's 1902 horse-drawn brougham...