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  • Six Flags unveils new attractions for every park in 2012

    Six Flags unveils new attractions for every park in 2012
    Six Flags unveiled its 2012 lineup of new roller coasters, thrill rides, water slides and live shows at the amusement park chain's 12 North American locations. > Photos: New attractions coming to Six Flags parks in 2012 New Six Flags President and Chief...
  • Virginia Fields dies at 58; scholar of early Mesoamerican art, archaeology at LACMA

    Virginia Fields dies at 58; scholar of early Mesoamerican art, archaeology at LACMA
    Virginia M. Fields, a leading scholar of early Mesoamerican art and archaeology who joined the Los Angeles County Museum of Art's curatorial staff in 1989 and devoted 22 years to making the museum a vital center of Latin American culture — partly by...
  • Allow me to introduce myself

    Allow me to introduce myself
    What’s the point of a music critic? In my case, I’m sure of what it isn’t: it’s not to obnoxiously claim “FIRST!” on an obscure basement act nor is it to boorishly write off work because it’s “just not for...
  • N.J. politics devolve into 'Boardwalk Empire' episode

    N.J. politics devolve into 'Boardwalk Empire' episode
    If you're like many people, when you think of New Jersey, you probably think of larger-than-life gangsters bullying everyone around them.  Television and pop culture have ingrained this image in our minds, but, graciously, the modern-day politicians of...
  • Christie calls himself 'huggable and lovable'

    Christie calls himself 'huggable and lovable'
    Usually, rude people aren't well-liked. They're not popular. They don't get elected president of their college's student government association, let alone governor of a densely populated state.  But somehow with the current governor of New Jersey,...
  • Crazy fight breaks out in Afghanistan Parliament

    Crazy fight breaks out in Afghanistan Parliament
    Let's see: Our Wisconsin Supreme Court is choking each other. Our New Jersey lawmakers are threatening to punch each other in the head. But when it comes to crazy fights in government, we're still way behind Afghanistan.  At least the fight in their...
  • Play where Ralphie and Randy lived in 'A Christmas Story'

    Play where Ralphie and Randy lived in 'A Christmas Story'
    The occasional car crawls down 11th Street, its driver and passengers looking for a parking space not too far from their destination, a nondescript residence that is becoming a popular tourist destination in a working-class Cleveland neighborhood....
  • Who will win? O'Reilly vs. Stewart debate

    Who will win? O'Reilly vs. Stewart debate
    With high unemployment rates, shaken investor confidence and three ongoing wars facing the United States, Fox News' Bill O'Reilly and Comedy Central's Jon Stewart will square off Monday night to debate that most important of topics: Common's appearance...
  • Is it too early to talk about (gulp) sex?

    Is it too early to talk about (gulp) sex?
    Q: Your 5-year-old is starting to ask where babies come from. Is she too young for The Talk? Parent advice: I told my kids, "The father puts his sperm into an egg that the mother carries and the egg grows into a baby in the uterus until it is ready to...
  • What Makes the Perfect Exercise Playlist?

    What Makes the Perfect Exercise Playlist?
    Liz Kahman inserted her ear buds and selected an Usher song on her iPod Touch before starting her run on a treadmill. "If I'm listening to something upbeat, it helps me to keep up the pace," said Kahman, 19, of Bloomington, Illinois. She's not alone....
  • AZ judge blocks provisions of SB 1070

     
    by Mike Memoli A federal court in Arizona has blocked the most controversial provisions of the state's anti-illegal immigration bill from becoming law. 10-1413-87.pdf Judge Susan R. Bolton, appointed by President Clinton in 2000, said in her ruling that...