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  • TSA administrator to retire after four years at helm

    TSA administrator to retire after four years at helm
    The longest-serving head of the Transportation Security Administration will retire in December after 4 1/2 years leading the agency. John S. Pistole joined the TSA, which oversees passenger safety on airlines, trains and mass transit nationwide, after...
  • New York tests doctor who was in West Africa for Ebola

    New York tests doctor who was in West Africa for Ebola
    A physician with Doctors Without Borders who recently returned from West Africa is being tested for Ebola at a New York City hospital, health officials said on Thursday, setting off fresh fears about the spread of the virus. The doctor developed a fever...
  • Bored game: 'Ouija' conjures up dreadful reviews

    "Ouija," the new horror film from director/co-writer Stiles White, is based on the spooky board game that claims to commune with the spirit world. But no special equipment is needed to hear from movie critics, who have made it clear they find "Ouija" to...
  • PPL Center is new venue for hope for city

    PPL Center is new venue for hope for city
    There was a time when downtown Allentown was a special place, a little slice of Times Square right in our backyard. There were big department stores, small mom-and-pop-type places, restaurants, movie theaters, bright lights and a vibrant feel that...
  • Gary Donatelli — and his sports movie — can go home again

    Gary Donatelli — and his sports movie — can go home again
    It has been 45 years since Gary Donatelli walked on to the football field at Glenbrook North High School, where he was good enough to snare a scholarship to Indiana University. "There's nothing like high school sports," he said in a phone interview,...
  • Traveling light means sticking to essentials

    Traveling light means sticking to essentials
    Earlier this week, my well-traveled coworkers informed me that I should plan to take only a carry-on for a 10-day trip to Italy. "There aren't any elevators," they said. "Plus, what if your bag gets lost?" Readers, I'm not the worst over-packer, and I'...
  • Award-winning musical 'Seasons' to be performed at Moonlight Players Theatre

    Award-winning musical 'Seasons' to be performed at Moonlight Players Theatre
    CLERMONT — As a special presentation, the award-winning original musical "Seasons" will be performed three times at the Moonlight Players Theater. Opening at 8 p.m. Friday, Oct. 17, "Seasons" is the story of how life can interfere with our plans....
  • Student horror films invade Emmaus Theatre for 10th year

    Student horror films invade Emmaus Theatre for 10th year
    Over the years, students have developed clever and creepy ideas for films: getting trapped in a coffin, an initiation prank gone wrong, souls stored in jars, and being possessed by a dog. The movies have been shown at the Emmaus Arts Commission...
  • Another new South Florida music festival: CBGB FTL

    Another new South Florida music festival: CBGB FTL
    Anyone who’s ever stood in the dark, dank recesses of the legendary Bowery punk club CBGB knows its unapologetic bleakness as the antithesis of a typical day in South Florida.  So what to make of the revelation that the first spin-off of New York&...
  • Virtual hate to actual terrorism

    Despite its favorable uses, social media's often a cesspool where mankind's better angels don't rinse their wings. Gossip, racism and revenge porn all collect in the virtual gutter. Now, terrorist groups, particularly ISIS, have hijacked social media,...
  • In 'Birdman,' Alejandro G. Inarritu takes his doubts and lets them fly

    NEW YORK — About two years ago, Alejandro G. Iñárritu was contemplating his next film when he found himself at a crossroads. The Mexican-born director had gone from the upstart status of his early career, with such films as the kinetic "Amores...