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  • Bryan Adams to perform at Hippodrome Theater

    Bryan Adams to perform at Hippodrome Theater
    From the Midnight Sun blog: Bryan Adams will perform at the Hippodrome Theater at the France-Merrick Performing Arts Center in January, the theater announced Monday. Adams, most known for providing the theme song to Kevin Costner's Robin Hood movie,...
  • "Golden Voice" Ted Williams Reality Show To Film In Brooklyn

    "Golden Voice" Ted Williams Reality Show To Film In Brooklyn
    The formerly homeless man with the golden voice now has a new reality television show that will be filmed in his native Brooklyn. Ted "Golden Voice" Williams will begin shooting "Second Chances at Life" in two weeks, TMZ reported Tuesday.  The show...
  • The runaway train that could

    The runaway train that could
    No matter how blue-collar or red-meat the story, director Tony Scott's movies revel in his luxe, glossy yet easily distracted technique that ensures every shot is trailer-ready, and every fractured moment strives for maximum coolness. He's an old-school...
  • Wesley Snipes Begins Serving Prison Sentence

    Wesley Snipes Begins Serving Prison Sentence
    LEWIS RUN, Pa. -- Actor Wesley Snipes began serving a three-year sentence at a federal prison in Pennsylvania on Thursday for failure to file income tax returns. Snipes, 48, arrived shortly before noon at the Federal Correctional Institution McKean in...
  • Feed a cold — and maybe a fever too

    Feed a cold — and maybe a fever too
    Is it feed a cold, starve a fever? Or the other way around? With cold season upon us, parents are reviewing their folk wisdom and trading elaborate — if unscientific — protocols for reintroducing solid foods to tender tummies. Have you...
  • Report: Dollar bills, receipts tainted with BPA

    Report: Dollar bills, receipts tainted with BPA
    Fifty percent of thermal paper receipts and most dollar bills tested in a new study are tainted with Bisphenol A, according to a report released on March 30, by the Washington Toxics Coalition. BPA, a chemical that disrupts hormones and has been linked...
  • This winter keep energy costs in check

    This winter keep energy costs in check
    Warm air can leak out of a home from places small (electrical outlets) and large (picture windows). But there are steps you can take to close those gaps, beyond taping plastic to the windows -- although that old standby certainly helps. Here are 10...
  • William Saxbe dies at 94; former senator was attorney general under Nixon

    William Saxbe dies at 94;  former senator was attorney general under Nixon
    William Saxbe, a former U.S. senator who became the last attorney general to serve under President Richard M. Nixon and presided during the Watergate investigation, has died. He was 94. Saxbe died Tuesday at his home in Mechanicsburg, Ohio, said his...
  • Book review: 'The Breaking of Eggs' by Jim Powell

    Book review: 'The Breaking of Eggs' by Jim Powell
    The Breaking of Eggs A Novel Jim Powell Penguin: 342 pp., $15 paper In his debut novel, "The Breaking of Eggs," British writer Jim Powell surveys an impressive breadth of time — and trains his focus on a small slice. The book's historical...
  • Six Flags Magic Mountain to remove Deja Vu coaster

    Six Flags Magic Mountain to remove Deja Vu coaster
    Well, that didn't last long. Six Flags Magic Mountain will relinquish sole ownership of the coveted title of "Roller Coaster Capital of the World" later this year when the Valencia, Calif., amusement park removes one of its record-setting 18 coasters....
  • The Writing Life: Words flow fast on the 'content farm'

    The Writing Life: Words flow fast on the 'content farm'
    It was the last engagement on my calendar, a keynote address at a writers' conference outside Toledo, Ohio, after which the coast was dismally clear: no more workshops, appearances or assignments. The group was intelligent and easygoing, so during a...