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  • 'How I Met Your Mother': A suitacular episode

     
    I feel like there should be virtual confetti at the beginning of this recap to celebrate the show's 100th episode. And what a fantastic 100th episode it was. “Mother” is always strongest when it's more than a joke. The best......
  • Everyone in the pool for synchronized swimming lessons

     
    Admit it--you watch those old Esther Williams movies on TCM and secretly wish you could learn how to synchronize swim. Guess what? You can. The Aqualillies, the Los Angeles-based performing troupe of synchronized swimmers and dancers, offers workshops...
  • Paul V. Coates – Confidential File, Jan. 23, 1960

     
    Mash Notes and Comment (Press Release) "As far as space travel is concerned, a big bosom is a bust -- according to an article in the new issue of Look magazine. "Although pulchritude may be an asset here on earth, a group of authorities on space travel...
  • An extra limb for those pruning tasks

     
    The Gardener’s Hollow Leg has a clever purpose: to free up your hands while you prune, weed or harvest. Whatever you clip can be dropped into the fabric sack slung to your waist. Designed by Bob Blomberg, a Berkeley-based gardener, the 10-inch diameter....
  • 'Once and For All We're Gonna Tell You Who We Are So Shut Up and Listen' at Freud Playhouse

     
    Like most teenagers, their blare precedes them. The sound is raucous, almost violent, as though a living room is being invaded by savages and its contents thrown in the air like confetti. These hormonal hoodlums are practically begging an authority......
  • What will be the next dynamic Dodger pitcher leg injury?

     
    With Chad Billingsley slipping on icy ground and breaking his leg last November and Vicente Padilla inviting a bullet into his leg this November, I'm eager to know what interesting leg injury will befall a Dodger pitcher next November. Here......
  • Another study weighs in on amputee runners

     
    Ever since South African double-amputee runner Oscar Pistorius expressed a desire to compete against runners with intact legs, it's sparked the interest of researchers who are trying to determine if running prosthetics provide an advantage. The latest...
  • 'The Amazing Race': The return of the hay bales

     
    With only five teams left in the race, the stakes have gotten higher than ever. So it was only fitting that the producers of 'The Amazing Race' would bring back one of the toughest challenges ever devised in the history......
  • Countdown to 'America's Next Top Model': Four, three, two...

     
    This is the first time Tyra has ever done an 'America's Next Top Model' cycle especially for the shorties. And with the next cycle returning to the 5-foot-8-or-taller requirement, this may be the last. Which gals will make it to......
  • Thanksgiving birds: A shapely wine decanter and salt-and-pepper shakers

     
    For wine lovers with a sense of humor and a taste for modern glassware, this bird decanter is a welcome change from the usual streamlined vessels used for aerating your favorite red. Balanced on one sturdy yet shapely foot, it reminds me of Perch...
  • Gene therapy strengthens monkeys' muscles, may eventually work for human diseases

     
    Injecting a gene into thigh muscles of a monkey's leg greatly increased muscle mass and strength, a finding that could have potential application in a variety of human diseases that involve muscular weakening, researchers reported this week in the new.......