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  • Seminole schools spend a bundle on education consultants

     
    You are in the wrong business. Educational consulting is where the money is at. Just ask Nora Lucky. The Seminole School Board tonight is expected to discretely spend $261,528 to hire four consulting firms to teach teachers how to teach. The consu...
  • Thursday’s college football TV schedule

     
    Thursday's college football TV schedule College football officially starts tonight with a full slate of games beginning with Presbyterian at Wake Forest starting at 6:30 p.m. ET....
  • Dispatch from Versailles: Takashi Murakami in the palace of the Sun King

     
    Reporting from Versailles, France –- Massive frog-like creatures with many arms and pot-bellied Buddhas in polished silver and gold are haunting the Palace of Versailles. Japanese artist Takashi Murakami created the slick, brightly colored sculptures on...
  • Democrat Byron Dorgan addresses the U.S. Senate on underwear

     
    Laugh if you want, but he's talking Fruit of the Loom. It's an issue about jobs going elsewhere....
  • Theater fans invent titles for 'sad musicals' on Twitter

     
    Theater fans who have some time to kill may want to check out a recent Twitter meme that is surely one of the funniest we've seen in a while. Using the tag #sadmusicals, tweeters are encouraged to alter the names......
  • California's unemployment third-highest in the nation

     
    If there was an award for high unemployment, California would have gotten the bronze for August. The state had the third-highest unemployment rate in the nation in August, at 12.4%, the Bureau of Labor Statistics said Tuesday morning. Only Nevada,......
  • President Obama reminds U.S. of Hurricane Katrina for some reason

     
    After Hurricane Irene, Democrat Obama hails his administration's disaster preparedness....
  • Kid from ‘Flipped’ cast as the young ‘Gatsby’

     
    So there will be flashbacks or a prologue in the Baz Luhrmann “Great Gatsby,” the film to star Leo DiCaprio, Carey Mulligan and Joel Edgerton. Callan McAuliffe has been cast to play a “young Gatsby” in this version of the Great...
  • Do Women Pay Less for Car Insurance?

     
    You???ve probably heard this assertion before when it comes to health insurance, life insurance and yes, auto insurance: Women typically pay less than men for their policies. Is this true and if so, why? According InsWeb, an online insurance comparison......
  • Where are drivers most likely to hit a deer? Not California.

     
    For all the negative things that can be said about driving in California, the Golden State does have one thing going for it -- some of the lowest odds of a driver hitting a deer. In fact, California is third......
  • Happenings from around Solar Power International

     
    Solar Power International, the solar-industry confab taking place in Los Angeles this week, comes to a close Thursday. The conference, which sprawled across the downtown Los Angeles Convention Center, encapsulated many of the key issues the solar...