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At Valley Academy of Arts and Sciences in Granada Hills, every student has an iPad. That's 1,200 iPads, and if L.A. Unified Supt. John Deasy can figure out how to pay for 660,000 more of them, every student in the district will have a tablet in the next...
Taxidermy is not front and center at the Oriental Institute Museum's new ornithological exhibition That art form is better observed to the north, at the Field Museum, where the institution's Ronald and Christina Gidwitz Hall of Birds has recently been...
Somewhere between her Chilean family's life-or-death political realities and its intuitive, fantastical imagination is where Isabel Allende writes. Where she lives is the Bay Area, arriving in California about 25 years ago with a famous surname she's gone...
Tags: Twitter, Inc., Haiti, Authors, Literature, Media Industry
He still gets up early. He could sleep in. He no longer has a big staff to deploy. No public crises nipping at his mind and time. He lives alone. He gets up at 6 anyway, and sets off to the gym before breakfast. He likes it there, feels safe in the...
Big Boi is a serial collaborator, one of those endlessly curious artists who’s always thinking “what if?” when he charges into a new project. As one-half of OutKast, Big Boi helped expand the language of hip-hop. As a solo artist, he&...
Time and money are inexorably linked through our life stages. During our working lives, we sell our time to earn money at a job. And then we spend money to recapture precious time — paying others to mow our lawns, complete our income tax returns...
At the Shedd Aquarium these days, there's almost as much touching going on as at a massage therapist's spa or an Apple store. Last month, the marine animal showcase by the lake introduced Stingray Touch, a place for warm-weather visitors to pet de-...
The Hartford CourantThe Bem Wireless Speaker Trio, as threesomes go, seems to have traces of The Three Tenors and The Three Stooges in its electronic DNA. Either it fills the house with song or acts like a bunch of knuckleheads. The intentions, of course, are all good:...
I do not have to tell you about Garrett Popcorn Shops, do I? I see you lined up at its various Chicago outposts, locals and tourists alike, patiently waiting in lines so long you might think they were giving the stuff away for nothing or offering a...
Tags: Starbucks Corp., Business, Butter, U.S. Cellular Field, Popcorn
The Hartford CourantWestern Digital's WD TV Play has your number. You're 18 to 55 years old, technologically savvy, a Windows user with movies and music in assorted formats and assorted resolutions on a PC or external hard drive. You're a stream-your-own-content kind of...
On one of the cold, snowy days of winter when I was pleased to be able to spend the remainder of my day inside after doing some shoveling and snow blowing of an additional four inches of new fallen snow, I found inspiration for writing this story. My...
The Hartford CourantOh, the beauty of the insect life cycle. Let's see if Denon's Cocoon Home, stuck in the pupal stage of speaker-dock metamorphosis, someday emerges as a newly molted ... Zeppelin Air? Better settle into an ergonomic lab chair, because this transformation...
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