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This post has been corrected. See the note below for details.NEW YORK -- With ratings for "American Idol" tumbling and few new hits to speak of other than "The Following," Fox will unveil a 2013-14 schedule Monday that includes five new comedies and four dramas during its upfront presentation to advertisers in...
Moravian College held graduation ceremonies 10 a.m. May 11. The ceremony concludes the 271st academic year at Moravian, America's sixth-oldest college. Moravian College President Christopher M. Thomforde conferred degrees to approximately 398 bachelor...
Fans of good pizza will go a long way for baked dough, cheese and tomato sauce. And right now, South Florida pizzzavores are flocking to Lucali, tucked away in an industrial-looking storefront in Miami Beach. The first Lucali opened in Carroll Gardens...
You have nothing to worry about, L.A. Trust me, Lakers fans, there is no need to fret about Dwight Howard. There are those of you who are naturally comparing your uncertain situation to what we went through in Orlando during "Dwightmare 1." But...
The choice is yours: your friends or your future. While teaching at a community college in Washington D.C., former East Penn and Parkland teacher Claire J. Griffin realized that many of her students had faced this tough decision. It inspired her to...
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In the two weeks since the fight to save Rufus the beagle launched on Facebook, supporters — and cash — have rolled in. The owner of the brown-and-white beagle-pug mix who bit her 4-year-old son in the face last month has seen his case...
A chair has four legs, a seat, a back and perhaps arms - or at least that was the rule for hundreds of years. Do you ever stop to think about chairs? Before the 16th century, only the king, the church hierarchy or the most important person in the room sat...
Herbert Blau, an influential theater director, theorist and scholar who helped shape CalArts during its early years, died at his home in Seattle on May 3, his 87th birthday. He had cancer, according to the Seattle Times. The Brooklyn, N.Y.-born...
Special to The Herald-MailMary Hynes is going for it. Four years ago, she moved to New York with "$2,000 and a place to live for four months," and hasn't looked back. Today, the 28-year-old from Hagerstown is now a New Yorker, working every day for the chance to become a...
Authorities said they used hidden cameras to catch an Easton man who worked as a house painter stealing several pieces of valuable artwork from a New York collection, including a Pablo Picasso etching. The footage showed 42-year-old Joselito Vega...
Reuters(Reuters) - My wife Becky and I experimented with radically cutting our food costs last week as part of a fundraising campaign created by a hunger charity. Under the "Live Below The Line" campaign sponsored by the Global Poverty Project, an Australian...
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ReutersBy Jessica Dye and Toni Clarke NEW YORK, May 7 (Reuters) - A federal judge criticized the U.S. Food and Drug Administration over its refusal to make emergency contraception available to girls of all ages without a prescription, saying the agency's move...
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