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  • Simmons and Burke's 'You Can Live Forever in Paradise on Earth' at Kim Light/LightBox

    Simmons and Burke's 'You Can Live Forever in Paradise on Earth' at Kim Light/LightBox
    "You Can Live Forever in Paradise on Earth" -- or so say the titles of Simmons and Burke's extravagant sound and image collages at Kim Light/LightBox. But would you want to, if this is what it looked like and sounded like, if this is how it made you feel?...
  • Dissension at Art Center College of Design

    Dissension at Art Center College of Design
    Concerned that Art Center College of Design is putting too much money and energy into expanding its campus and promoting itself to outsiders -- and not enough into scholarships and instruction -- hundreds of students and alumni of the elite private...
  • Discovering Columbus

    People might suppose that an Ohio State game at Ohio Stadium--the famed "Horseshoe"--would grind the town to a halt. Columbus isn't a town, however; it's a city big enough to keep its enthusiasms separated, so that even when 100,000-plus fans converge in...
  • Consumers can use research to their advantage

    Consumers are complicated. Economists once assumed consumers make rational, prudent money decisions based on their economic self-interest. Recent studies show that is simply false. It turns out consumers can be tricked into buying, they make poor choices...
  • Why lead-tainted Chinese goods slip through despite U.S. recalls

    Brightly colored children's bracelets and necklaces line the display case of a Chinese manufacturer in this factory town. Adorned with mini school buses, sandals and other charms, the jewelry sits ready to be sold to foreign and domestic buyers. It also...
  • At 6-8, 320, Orlando East River sophomore OT Adam Duckett won't be unknown for long

    At 6-8, 320, Orlando East River sophomore OT Adam Duckett won't be unknown for long
    It seems impossible, but somehow 6-foot-8, 320-pound Adam Duckett has managed to go unnoticed. Of course, those walking down the hallway at East River High surely notice the hulking offensive lineman, a rising junior who won't go unnoticed much longer....
  • Extension 720 Audio Archives, June 2005

    Two of Extension 720's oldest friends from the Field Museum--provost Robert Martin and adjunct curator James Phillips--talk about the latest research into the origins and descent of human beings. One of the topics is the recent discovery of a supposedly...
  • Notre Dame: Brian Kelly is next football coach

    Notre Dame: Brian Kelly is next football coach
    The search last just under two weeks. The challenge has been around for just under two decades. Brian Kelly will become the fourth head coach since the retirement of Lou Holtz in 1996 to try and bring Notre Dame back to the top after an average 91-67...
  • Eighth blackbird lands at Ojai Music Festival

    The Ojai Music Festival has a long tradition of picking some of the era's most important artists to serve as its music director, a position that rotates annually. But though the festival has sometimes chosen more than one person at a time for the job,...
  • Sexting Shatters Lives, Turns Children Into Sex Offenders

    Sexting Shatters Lives, Turns Children Into Sex Offenders
    Four out of five teenagers in the 21st Century are armed with a technological device that could ruin their lives and land them in jail. According to Harris Interactive, 17 million teenagers in the United States carry a cell phone device capable of taking...
  • The Biggest Wikipedia Blunders!

    The Biggest Wikipedia Blunders!
    It's pretty well known that user-generated information on Wikipedia isn't always true. In fact, the online encyclopedia has seen some major blunders. There have been false deaths, fact mistakes, and even libel cases. One Wikipedia contributor, for...
  • PASSINGS: Charles Lewis

    Charles Lewis UCLA professor of healthcare Dr. Charles Lewis, 81, a longtime UCLA professor whose research included preventive medicine, AIDS and delivery of healthcare, died Jan. 7 at his home in Los Angeles after a long illness, his family said....