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KickingTiresElection season kicked into high gear last night as the country prepares to peacefully elect a new leader. While everyone is grading the first of three presidential debates from last night and how President Barack Obama and GOP nominee Mitt......
Mayo on the Side: Michael Mayo | Sun Sentinel BlogsI got a lot of feedback on my Sunday column/letter to the NRA, but in the spirit of the season I figured I'd wait until after the holidays to fire back. At the end of the column, I rhetorically asked,......
Anna Burns Welker added her name to the list of Patriot Wives Pouting (see Gisele Bundchen) when she went after Ray Lewis' reputation on Facebook after the AFC Championship game Sunday. "By the way, if anyone is bored, please go to Ray Lewis'...
El sur de Florida, con todo su glamour y eclecticismo, recibió un duro golpe esta semana cuando los dueños de equipos de la NFL hicieron pedazos el sueño de Miami de convertirse nuevamente en sede de un Super Bowl. En una votación que resultó en...
'MasterChef' auditions coming to Chicago, 'House Hunters' hits Lou Malnati's, Common cast in indie filmIf you’re a great cook and wouldn’t mind getting screamed at by a guy who looks like a Scottish Nick Nolte, the casting directors of Fox’s “MasterChef” want to talk to you. The Gordon Ramsay-hosted reality show will hold...
I’m sure that at least a few of you have heard about 3D printing. No, not the kind of printing you do on printing presses, but 3D. No, it does not involve wearing green and red glasses like we did in the 1970s. From Wikipedia: “The practice of...
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I'm sure that at least a few of you have heard about 3D printing. No, not the kind of printing you do on printing presses, but 3D. No, it does not involve wearing green and red glasses like we did in the 1970s. From Wikipedia: "the practice of using 3D...
Tags: Science and Technology
When you travel as much as I do, you’re bound to run into the occasional luminary. In Cincinnati I’ve waited for the same plane as Gallagher, the comedian who smashes watermelons. Of course I covered myself in plastic and hid my bag of...
* (out of four) If I know ruthless drug dealers (which I don't, but still), I really don't think you can just approach their operation and say you want in. When trust is paramount, a new face, particularly one attached to a body the size of human anvil...
The voice of Nelson Mandela crackles through much of "Cadre," the interesting new work-in-progress created, mostly in Chicago, by the South African writer-director Omphile Molusi, known internationally for his play "Itsoseng." Those of us of a certain age...
When you travel as much as I do, you're bound to run into the occasional luminary. In Cincinnati I've waited for the same plane as Gallagher, the comedian who smashes watermelons. Of course I covered myself in plastic and hid my bag of grapefruit...
Have you heard of the term "citizen scientist"? If you haven't Wikipedia defines it as scientific research conducted, in whole or in part, by amateur or nonprofessional scientists, often by crowdsourcing. Citizen science is sometimes called "public...
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