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Eyjafjallajokull Volcano Eruption (2010)

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  • Erupting over an 'act of God'

     
    Henry Chu began his Friday article about the Icelandic volcano’s effects on travelers’ plans with these words: To the thousands of glum and despairing passengers marooned across Europe on Friday by an unforeseen act of God, it may have seemed......
  • L.A. Times Book Prizes: Dave Eggers takes two

     
    Author Dave Eggers was the surprise big winner Friday night at the L.A. Times Book Prizes when he was awarded the current interest prize for his book "Zeitoun" before being presented with the inaugural Innovator's Award, which had been previously......
  • So this president walks into a banquet...Obama's effing funny side

     
    Obama notes his approval ratings' plummet, except in the country of his birth....
  • Thursday's TV Highlights: 'The Dudesons in America'

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of May 2 - 8 in PDF format This week's TV Movies WILD AND CRAZY GUYS: The new series “The Dudesons in America” follows four friends from Finland who do “Jackass”......
  • Seminole school chair stuck in traffic

     
    Chairman Sandy Robinson couldn't make it to this afternoon's Seminole School Board workshop because she is stuck in traffic. And  we're not talking about those tiresome afternoon jams on Lake Mary Boulevard. Superintendent Bill Vogel says Robinson...
  • Iceland volcanic ash disrupting Orlando flights again

     
    A handful of international flights to and from Europe are again being delayed by complications from the Iceland volcanic ash plume. Orlando International Airport officials say a few flights from Virgin Atlantic, British Airways, Lufthansa Airlines and...
  • 'Ring' sales lagging; L.A. Opera hopes donations will plug the gap

     
    With Los Angeles Opera's climactic running of Wagner's "Ring" cycle set to open Saturday night, Stephen Rountree, the chief operating officer, says that ticket sales for the coming 12 performances will likely fall $1 million to $1.5 million short of......
  • Gulf spill coverage surges of late

     
    by Mike Memoli In an interview aired Tuesday, President Obama struck a defensive tone when asked about the forcefulness of the administration's response to the BP oil spill. "I was down there a month ago, before most of these talking......
  • Usher rocks Friday night on VH1

    Few things are more satisfying than having networks that are (supposedly) devoted to music get all excited when they actually dedicate time to, you know, music. And such is the case with VH1's "Friday Night Alright" concert series airing, you guessed it,...
  • Mother Nature beats the heat

    I know what you've been asking yourself these past couple of weeks: Why is it so goshamighty hot? As editor-in-chief of the Get Serious! Institute of Investigative Journalists ("Still investigating why anyone would consider me a journalist"), I figured...
  • It's A Gray Area: Where fire meets ice

    Many people in Iceland talk about trolls as nasty or evil ogres, plagued with a seemingly endless aggressive streak. But others will tell you that these are untrue and shameful images that say more about the ignorance of the storyteller than about the...
  • Iceland Volcano Ash Extends No-Fly Restrictions In Much Of Europe

    Iceland Volcano Ash Extends No-Fly Restrictions In Much Of Europe
    A lingering volcanic ash plume forced extended no-fly restrictions over much of Europe on Saturday, as Icelandic scientists warned that volcanic activity had increased and showed no sign of abating - a portent of more travel chaos to come. Scientists say...