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  • Frankie Knuckles dies at 59; DJ helped create house music

    Frankie Knuckles dies at 59; DJ helped create house music
    Frankie Knuckles, a record producer and disc jockey who helped develop the sound and culture of house music — a style of Chicago dance music that revolutionized club culture in the 1970s and '80s and resonates today — died Monday at his home...
  • Declara CEO Ramona Pierson made tragedy a learning experience

    Declara CEO Ramona Pierson made tragedy a learning experience
    The gig: Ramona Pierson, 51, is chief executive of Declara, a start-up based in Palo Alto that has developed a way for companies to use sophisticated techniques and advanced Internet search to create workplace tools. In two years, it has grown to 57...
  • Ales Kot talks action, art in ‘Zero,’ ‘Secret Avengers,’ ‘Iron Patriot’

     
    Five years ago, Ales Kot was in a Prague apartment tripping on four hits of acid, trying to figure out […]...
  • ‘Animal Man’ preview: Jeff Lemire, Travel Foreman bid Buddy farewell

     
    The emotional final issue of “Animal Man” hits comic-book stores Wednesday, and Hero Complex readers can get an exclusive first […]...
  • Should the rest of us worry that wealthy investors are bullish?

    Should the rest of us worry that wealthy investors are bullish?
    Look out below: Wealthy investors are the most bullish they’ve been since before the 2008 global financial crisis. About 57% of high-net-worth investors around the world say they are upbeat about the next 12 months, according a survey by deVere...
  • Not your father's Cold War

    Not your father's Cold War
    Will everyone please stop talking about a new Cold War? However badly things work out between Russia and the United States and the West, a new Cold War isn't in the cards because Russia today isn't the Soviet Union. Sure, we are in a diplomatic and...
  • During March Madness, fans seek a Cinderella story

    During March Madness, fans seek a Cinderella story
    Most college fans would be hard-pressed to tell you anything about the Eastern Kentucky basketball team. The school from just south of Lexington has no All-Americans on its roster. The coach isn't famous and the fight song isn't particularly catchy....
  • Much depends on Ginsburg

    Much depends on Ginsburg
    Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg should retire from the Supreme Court after the completion of the current term in June. She turned 81 on Saturday and by all accounts she is healthy and physically and mentally able to continue. But only by resigning this summer...
  • Reading the mind to reconstruct a face: Is dream reconstruction next?

    Reading the mind to reconstruct a face: Is dream reconstruction next?
    When one of us takes in another's face, it's like a party in the brain. Signals dart from region to region as we piece together the eyes, the mouth, the emotional expression, the degree of attraction or fear we may feel, the memory of a familiar feature...
  • North Korea 2014 meets Rome AD 65

    North Korea 2014 meets Rome AD 65
    This week, as the Ides of March approaches — the March 15 anniversary of the assassination of Julius Caesar, a determined but ultimately fruitless attempt by Roman senators to stop their government from sliding toward dictatorship — the...
  • Sheryl Sandberg's ridiculous 'Ban Bossy' idea: Women like to be bossy

    Sheryl Sandberg's ridiculous 'Ban Bossy' idea: Women like to be bossy
    Sheryl Sandberg's COO job at Facebook apparently isn't demanding enough, so she's launched her "Ban Bossy" campaign. The idea, advanced by Sandberg's nonprofit Lean In Foundation, is that if you deem the word "bossy" off-limits, people will stop...