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  • Virginia researcher works to save Atlantic sturgeon

     
    HOPEWELL, Va. — Researcher Matt Balazik wears his passion for saving the Atlantic sturgeon on his right arm -- a tattoo of the ancient fish -- and lives it by counting the bottom-feeding giants in the James River. The 30-year-old......
  • Blanket coverage: Levi's X Pendleton collaboration hits stores Nov. 8

     
    The latest wardrobe mashup from collaboration-crazy Levi Strauss & Co. is with Pendleton Woolen Mills, a sixth-generation, family-owned brand that's been part of the fabric of America nearly as long as the jeans maker. The Portland, Ore.-based blanket...
  • Quechan tribe sues to stop Imperial Valley Solar Project

     
    Another day, another challenge to a massive desert solar proposal. This time, Tessera Solar's Imperial Valley Solar Project is in the hot seat. A Native American tribe is suing the federal government in an attempt to stop construction of the......
  • The Dry Garden: Hesperaloe, a name to remember

     
    Four years ago, I learned that a lady up the street whom I had for six years referred to as Chloe was named Cheryl. In much the same fashion, I only recently learned that a plant in my parkway that......
  • Tuesday's Highlights: Election Night

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of Oct. 31 - Nov. 6 in PDF format Weekly TV Listings can also be downloaded here This week's TV Movies ELECTION NIGHT: Coverage of voting and results will air on......
  • Racial diversity is a hallmark of outdoor arts festivals, says NEA audience study

     
    The outdoor arts festival season may have passed, but the National Endowment for the Arts is giving the American public a statistical portrait of those events. On Friday, it released "Live from Your Neighborhood," 85 pages of facts and figures......
  • 'Modern Family' recap: 'Our long Amish nightmare is over'

     
    Ever tried to go a day without the Internet? Or, you know, an hour? I'll be the first to tell you that it's not easy. In fact, I'll start my recap this week with a little confession. When I'm trying......
  • '30 Rock' recap: The rainbow coalition

     
    Three episodes into its fifth season, "30 Rock" is in peak form. The series had some wobbly moments last season, but ended on a high note that seems to be continuing -- last week's episode, with a memorable guest spot......
  • Jazz review: Nels Cline and David Breskin's 'Dirty Baby' at LACMA

     
    "Someone said these poems were sad," the rich-voiced David Breskin slowly said between recitations at LACMA's Bing Theater Thursday night. "It's not a Broadway musical," he added with a smile. No one in the crowd would have argued. Presented as......
  • IRAN: Officials reject rebel group's claim of kidnapping nuclear scientist

     
    A story from Iran this weekend combines elements of tribal banditry and nuclear espionage. The ethnic Baluchi group Jundollah claimed on its website (Persian link) that it had kidnapped an Iranian nuclear scientist and would begin forcing him to tell........
  • Two-fer: Columbus Day and Coming Out Day

     
    We propose that October 11, 2010 is henceforth known as Somewhat Controversial Holiday Day. Columbus Day, honoring Christopher Columbus’s trek and “discovery” of the Americas, is typically celebrated by approaching a post office, tugging o...