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  • Do not pity the rich; they can handle higher taxes

    Do not pity the rich; they can handle higher taxes
    The richest Americans might find lumps of coal in their stockings on Christmas morning and, if not that, then they can definitely anticipate big hangovers on New Year’s Day. The metaphorical coal lumps and hangovers will be thanks to President...
  • Man About Town: A Christmas that's made to fit this family

    Man About Town: A Christmas that's made to fit this family
    The season started the moment the college girl dumped a 1,000-piece jigsaw puzzle on the den table and announced she would have it conquered by Christmas. Nobody much disagreed, or even cared, though there was a certain joy in knowing she would be...
  • Bernie Bickerstaff's long journey through life makes time with Lakers special

    Bernie Bickerstaff's long journey through life makes time with Lakers special
    He sits on the second row. The moment he gave up the throne, he moved back to the second row. It suits him there. His journey makes sense from there. He is as close to the ushers as the superstars. He is midway between his deepest roots and wildest...
  • Conversion of climate change skeptic not likely to sway GOP

    Conversion of climate change skeptic not likely to sway GOP
    Are two of the left’s most useful villains, Charles and David Koch, not quite as unredeemable as liberals believe? Could it be they might change their minds about climate change and admit that it is real?  UC Berkeley physics professor Richard A....
  • Same Titanic but brand-new, built from scratch, billionaire says

    Same Titanic but brand-new, built from scratch, billionaire says
    What’s more exciting than James Cameron re-releasing “Titanic” in 3-D? When an even richer man – Australia’s Clive Palmer – tries to bring the ill-fated ship to life. By building a modern replica of it. The mining...
  • Outsourcing your life

    Outsourcing your life
    Once, only the wealthy paid other people to perform their most personal tasks: finding mates, raising (or even having) children, making meals. Now those professionals have become available to the upper-middle and middle classes. We hire people to name...
  • Stepping back in time in Utah, Colorado and New Mexico

    Stepping back in time in Utah, Colorado and New Mexico
    MOAB, Utah — The doorknob had smashed a sizable hole in the wall of our room at the Apache Motel. The rusty bathroom ceiling fan made a harsh scraping sound, and the industrial carpet sported several suspicious stains. We loved the place. The neon...
  • Italy's Etnaland water park to add theme park in 2013

    Italy's Etnaland water park to add theme park in 2013
    While theme parks often add water parks to attract more visitors and encourage longer stays,  Italy's Etnaland water park will introduce a twist on the trend by opening a theme park in 2013. PHOTOS: Etnaland theme park set to open in 2013 Set to debut...
  • Survivalist themes in TV shows, movies tap into fear of the big fall

    Survivalist themes in TV shows, movies tap into fear of the big fall
    Frankly, it sounded pretty stupid. For reasons unknown, electricity fails worldwide, sending humanity into a post-technological free-fall. Weeds grow in the Capitol (very "Logan's Run"), young women defend their families with bows and arrows (very "Hunger...
  • John Livermore dies; geologist who found 'invisible gold' was 94

    John Livermore dies; geologist who found 'invisible gold' was 94
    John Livermore, an exploration geologist whose discovery of minuscule but highly valuable particles of "invisible gold" in Nevada in the early 1960s set off a modern-day gold rush in the state, has died. He was 94. Livermore died Feb. 7 at his Reno home...
  • Weekend Plans? Explore Art in Arizona.

    Weekend Plans? Explore Art in Arizona.
    A place of sweeping beauty and cultural diversity, Arizona is a haven of enlightenment for artists and aficionados alike. Take a long weekend and see what inspires you. Scottsdale Visit Scottsdale for Old West charm and Native American craftsmanship....