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  • Colts' QB Chandler Harnish and family enjoy "Irrelevant" fame

    Colts' QB Chandler Harnish and family enjoy "Irrelevant" fame
    OSSIAN, Ind - It seem that their fate was already figured out-and it could have been described as sunny.  When Ron Harnish contacted his son Chandler on April 28th he asked the simple question of where he might be finding his next place of employment. ...
  • One-product focus: Business grows for 'hands-free' toilet seat cover maker

    One-product focus: Business grows for  'hands-free' toilet seat cover maker
    Before "hands-free" was a common term, Alan Brill could see the value of one application in particular: a device to automatically change toilet seat covers, sanitarily and without the use of hands. That was more than 25 years ago, when the company...
  • Annual Garden of Dreams Foundation At Radio City Music Hall

    Annual Garden of Dreams Foundation At Radio City Music Hall
    It's time for the Garden of Dreams Foundation`s annual talent show at Radio City Music Hall. Mark Hoppus, host of Fuse's 'Hoppus on Music,' lead singer of Blink-182, and emcee of the talent show, stopped by the studio with one of the children...
  • Charges Dropped Against Suspect In Brooklyn Sex Attacks

    Charges Dropped Against Suspect In Brooklyn Sex Attacks
    Less than a day after a Midtown bartender was accused of groping a Brooklyn woman's breasts on the subway, while exposing himself, the NYPD has thrown out the sexual abuse charge. 32-year-old Joshua Flecha of Queens was suspected of being a serial...
  • The Valley Line: First night brings 'Twelfth Night'

    I’m thrilled that it is feeling a little more like autumn. Even a mere hint from the weather people that we might have some rain made my spirits soar. I’m still looking for that first leaf that might be orange, yellow, or burgundy so I will...
  • New York City shines at Christmas

    New York City shines at Christmas
    NEW YORK — For a day or a weekend sparkling with the season's spirit, there's no topping the Big Apple, with a twinkling Norway spruce towering over the ice-skating rink at Rockefeller Center, story-telling department store windows and the...
  • Tickets to coveted event could win that coveted date

    Tickets to coveted event could win that coveted date
    Some incredibly compelling dating advice came to us via Tumblr from Peter W. Knox, who recently proposed to his girlfriend, Andrea. Knox's advice? Always buy two tickets. Back in 2008, Knox saw an advertisement for a Death Cab For Cutie concert at Radio...
  • Barry Manilow Chicago Theatre dates rescheduled

    Barry Manilow Chicago Theatre dates rescheduled
    Under the direction of his doctors, singer Barry Manilow has been forced to postpone his concerts originally scheduled for February 2nd, 3rd & 4th at The Chicago Theatre, but Manilow will continue his tour starting at Radio City Music Hall on Feb 10. The...
  • Alt comedy as the new mainstream

    Alt comedy as the new mainstream
    Four years ago, Harris Wittels was just another alternative- comedy nerd with big dreams, the kind of guy who started doing stand-up in junior high, revered the sketches on HBO's "Mr. Show" and could recite the late comic Mitch Hedberg's bits from memory....
  • Book Review: 'Warning Shadows' by Gary Giddins

    Book Review: 'Warning Shadows' by Gary Giddins
    Warning Shadows Home Alone With Classic Cinema Gary Giddins W.W. Norton: 416 pp., $18.95 Gary Giddins is well known for his writing about music — he was a Village Voice jazz columnist for three decades, and his books, among them the biography...
  • 'Red,' 'Memphis' take home top Tonys

    'Red,' 'Memphis' take home top Tonys
    Reporting from New York The feel-good musical "Memphis" and the art world drama "Red" were among the biggest Tony Award winners on a night when both Hollywood and London cast long shadows over Broadway's 64th annual spring ritual. "Red," a two-character...
  • 'In the Heights' and 'South Pacific' lead Tony nominations

    'In the Heights' and 'South Pacific' lead Tony nominations
    NEW YORK -- "In the Heights," a bold new musical about Latinos in Upper Manhattan, captured an eye-popping 13 Tony nominations, and the critically praised revival of Rodgers and Hammerstein's "South Pacific" won 12 as the 62nd annual Tony Awards...