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  • Columbia native's photo chosen for Ron Howard contest

    Columbia native's photo chosen for Ron Howard contest
    On a whim, Dylan Singleton entered the Project Imaginat10n photography contest this fall. He found out earlier this month that one of his favorite musicians had selected his photo as a winner, but the 2009 graduate of Wilde Lake High School could only afford to be excited for a brief moment. Singleton was writing a 12-page final paper for a class at the University of Maryland, College Park, where he's a senior.
  • A playful, positive book by Twitter founder Biz Stone

    A playful, positive book by Twitter founder Biz Stone
    Biz Stone is the other Twitter founder. Not the one who first came up with the idea, not the one with the original investment, but the founder famous for donning a nutty professor costume to introduce the messaging platform to the world in a comic...

    Variety Nominated for Best News Site by the Webby Awards

    Variety has scored a nomination alongside the New York Times and other top-tier publications for best news website at the 18th annual Webby Awards. Variety.com will also compete against illustrious general-interest publications including the Guardian,...

    Stephen Colbert responds to Twitter controversy, deletes show account

    In his first night on the air since a campaign to #CancelColbert erupted on Twitter Thursday night, Stephen Colbert spent nearly his entire show Monday night responding to charges of racial insensitivity.  For anyone who missed out on the brouhaha, it...

    Coffee's third wave?

    Coffee's third wave?
    NEW YORK — Do you remember when Starbucks was cool? It opened in Seattle in the 1970s as a local specialty roaster, a trendy alternative to the prevailing generic swill. Then former employee Howard Schultz bought it in 1987, and with help from...