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Kardashians Ink $100 Million Mega-Deal with E!

published about 3 hours ago
Kardashians Ink $100 Million Mega-Deal with E!
Keeping up with the Kardashians for the next four years isn't going to be cheap for the E! channel
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Bob Seger turns a page with a Nashville sound and liberal lyrics

published about 3 hours ago
Bob Seger turns a page with a Nashville sound and liberal lyrics
A chocolate-chip cookie resting on a plastic foam plate before him, Bob Seger sat in his dressing room at a quarter to 8 on Wednesday night dressed in jeans, sneakers and a faded black Indian Motorcycles T-shirt.

Winningly ill-matched in 'Battle Creek'

published about 3 hours ago
Winningly ill-matched in 'Battle Creek'
Vince Gilligan, who created "Breaking Bad," and David Shore, who created "House," have a new show together, a semi-comical, sometimes dramatic police show called "Battle Creek."

Couples therapy in 'Sex Box' may be indecorous but it's tame

published about 3 hours ago
Couples therapy in 'Sex Box' may be indecorous but it's tame
"Sex Box" is not the next Prince album but rather a new reality show premiering Friday on WE tv. Its design is heavy on the color purple, though.

Virgin voters: students react to Labour's £6,000 tuition fee pledge

published about 4 hours ago
Some welcome the opportunity to graduate with less debt, while others don’t think the policy goes far enough Continue reading...


Manufacturing, jobs for old Mesa Sunkist plant

published less than 1 hour ago
Manufacturing, jobs for old Mesa Sunkist plant
Once an icon of Mesa's thriving citrus industry, the historical Sunkist packing plant south of downtown may become the city's newest symbol of redevelopment and ... more

New Jersey college sends 3K acceptance notices in error

published less than 1 hour ago
UNION, N.J. (AP) - New Jersey's Kean University sent acceptance notices to nearly 3,000 students in error.

Motherlode Blog: Small, Successful Steps Toward Finding Your Groove

published about 1 hour ago
Motherlode Blog: Small, Successful Steps Toward Finding Your Groove
Readers road-test Christine Carter’s simple strategies for settling into a happy and functional routine, both at home and work.

The Learning Network: 10 Intriguing Photographs to Teach Close Reading and Visual Thinking Skills

published about 3 hours ago
The Learning Network: 10 Intriguing Photographs to Teach Close Reading and Visual Thinking Skills
We pair 10 photos from The Times that we’ve used in our weekly “What’s Going On in This Picture?” with ideas from students and teachers ... more

Virgin voters: students react to Labour's £6,000 tuition fee pledge

published about 3 hours ago
Some welcome the opportunity to graduate with less debt, while others don’t think the policy goes far enough Continue reading...

'My Life Directed by Nicolas Winding Refn' reveals little

'My Life Directed by Nicolas Winding Refn' reveals little
The documentary "My Life Directed by Nicolas Winding Refn" tracks the making of Danish filmmaker Refn's 2013 film "Only God Forgives" starring Ryan Gosling. From ... more

Fudged or not, 'Kung Fu Elliot' is amusing take on a big dream

Fudged or not, 'Kung Fu Elliot' is amusing take on a big dream
The already murky parameters of contemporary reality filmmaking are further fudged in "Kung Fu Elliot," an entertaining documentary following two years in the life of ... more

USC spring workouts on campus open to the public

published less than 1 hour ago
USC spring workouts on campus open to the public
USC is set to begin spring football practice on Tuesday, and all workouts on campus will be open to the public, the school announced.

Mural Conservancy of Los Angeles names new president

published less than 1 hour ago
Mural Conservancy of Los Angeles names new president
The Mural Conservancy of Los Angeles, which restores, preserves and documents historic and public art, has a new board president, attorney Eric Bjorgum.

Scientists shocked by far-out star clusters on fringes of Milky Way

published less than 1 hour ago
Scientists shocked by far-out star clusters on fringes of Milky Way
High above the spiral Milky Way, astronomers have spotted two clusters of new stars growing at the fringes of our galaxy. The discovery, published in ... more

Wine School: Your Next Lesson: Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon

published about 21 hours ago
Wine School: Your Next Lesson: Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon
For the first time, we’ll examine a reinterpretation of one of the fundamental types of wine.
NYT > Food   

Wine School: Langhe Nebbiolo Tasting Notes

published about 21 hours ago
Wine School: Langhe Nebbiolo Tasting Notes
The results of the Wine School exam on Langhe nebbiolo.
NYT > Food   

Hungry City: Hungry City: La Morada in the South Bronx

published about 22 hours ago
Hungry City: Hungry City: La Morada in the South Bronx
While much of La Morada’s menu is taken up by tacos and quesadillas, a few dishes offer a taste of the “infinite gastronomy” that is ... more
NYT > Food   

Table Talk: Bagel shop opens a Rittenhouse branch

published 1 day ago
Repurposed signage The marquee that hung for decades over the old Suburban Theater in Ardmore and later over the Ardmore Farmer's Market (before it moved ... more

Edible Coffee Cup in KFC Tests in Britain

published 1 day ago
Edible Coffee Cup in KFC Tests in Britain
KFC restaurants in Britain soon will introduce an edible coffee cup, a product that addresses consumer concerns with the environmental impact of packaging.
NYT > Food   

Retirement Plan: An Airbnb Travel Adventure

published 1 day ago
Debbie and Michael Campbell, retirees, have spent a year and a half crisscrossing Europe, staying in Airbnb apartments.

Currents: Deals: Sales at Crate & Barrel, Zinc Details, Global Table an Minam

published 1 day ago
Currents: Deals: Sales at Crate & Barrel, Zinc Details, Global Table an Minam
Discounts on bedding, tableware and home furnishings.

Currents: Goods: Alpaca Blankets From the Rug Company

published 1 day ago
Currents: Goods: Alpaca Blankets From the Rug Company
The Rug Company’s new alpaca blankets with patterns more subdued than one may expect.

Currents: Events: The New York Botanical Garden’s 13th Annual Orchid Show

published 1 day ago
Currents: Events: The New York Botanical Garden’s 13th Annual Orchid Show
The annual Orchid Show at the New York Botanical Garden will display the flowers arranged in hanging baskets conceived as chandeliers.

Currents: Lighting: Recycled Glass Chandelier by Tord Boontje and Emma Woffenden

published 1 day ago
Currents: Lighting: Recycled Glass Chandelier by Tord Boontje and Emma Woffenden
Glass from recycled wine and beer bottles is shaped like a pine cone to make a chandelier.

5 Ways to Time-Travel (and Party) in New York

published about 1 hour ago
5 Ways to Time-Travel (and Party) in New York
Anyone with a passion for the past can plunge into almost any historical period, from the Jazz Age to the Revolutionary era, for just a ... more

Regilding the Gilded Age in New York

published about 1 hour ago
Regilding the Gilded Age in New York
In cocktail bars, immersive theater companies and private clubs across the city, New Yorkers are keeping the decadent era alive.

Country's busiest airport steps up security

published about 3 hours ago
Country's busiest airport steps up security
The country's busiest airport has started screening employee bags before allowing workers into secure areas and shutting down access doors to the airfield in the ... more

Travel where it's still summer right now

published about 3 hours ago
Travel where it's still summer right now
The first day of spring -- March 20 -- can't come too soon. Yet travelers willing to venture south can find sunshine, shorts weather and ... more