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  • Lakers' Bynum will try to play tonight against Portland

     
    Lakers center Andrew Bynum has been slowed by food poisoning but plans to play Friday against Portland. Bynum did not attend the team's shoot-around Friday morning after complaining of illness. He thinks he got sick after eating salmon in San Francisco....
  • Bynum misses shoot-around, status unclear for tonight's game

     
    Lakers center Andrew Bynum has been on a roll, taking 56 rebounds over his last three games. But it's unclear if he can add to that total Friday night against Portland. He has intestinal flu symptoms and missed the Lakers shoot-around Friday morning. He...
  • Britney Spears sets July 20 date with Amway Center, Orlando

     
    No word yet from the Amway Center about the details, but Britney Spears just announced her summer tour itinerary and there's an Orlando date slated for July 20. The Femme Fatale Tour also will feature Jessie and The Toy Boys, Nicki Minaj, and Nervo. The...
  • Consult Rosalind Creasy before planting a kitchen garden

     
    If you are considering converting part of your yard, patio or even the edges of your front steps into a kitchen garden this spring, it merits checking Rosalind Creasy’s “Edible Landscaping” (Sierra Club, 2010) out of the library. While...
  • Chamber turns to tough talk on Scott, SunRail

     
    The Orlando Chamber of Commerce is turning up the heat on Gov. Rick Scott, who is holding SunRail hostage as he reviews its “return on investment.” This morning in its weekly digital newsletter the Central Florida Partnership, the chamber's...
  • Men's jewelry casts a line into fishhook fashion

     
    While researching the resurgence of tie bars for an article in Sunday's Image section, another men's jewelry and accessories trend caught my eye -- fishhooks. This particular sea-faring symbol came to my attention while chatting with Darren Gold, co-owner...
  • Shop salvaged materials at new reuse center

     
    One man's trash is another man's treasure, right? A green reuse center has relocated from the South Side to Bucktown, offering up affordable building materials from sustainable deconstruction and renovation projects....
  • COMIC-CON 2010: 'Scott Pilgrim' is ready to put up a fight -- and rock out

     
    What film will be the breakout sensation of Comic-Con International 2010? You might want to put your money on Edgar Wright's "Scott Pilgrim vs. the World," which plugs its pop-culture amp into comic books, comedy and cool-kid music. Todd Martens,......
  • Rise in nudity in L.A.? Blame it on Nude Recreation Week

     
    Nude Recreation Week? After LAist reported on the recent rise of nudity in L.A., they uncovered a possible explanation: July 5th through 11th was Nude Recreation Week. Who knew?! Perhaps that's why there has been a random rash of nudeness......
  • COMIC-CON 2010: Hollywood invades the Scott Pilgrim comics

     
    Todd Martens, the lead writer on Pop & Hiss, the must-read music blog, continues his guest coverage of Edgar Wright's "Scott Pilgrim vs. the World," which plugs its pop-culture amp into comic books, comedy and cool-kid music. Those who picked......
  • Final bows for Chicago icons: 'August' in Sydney and 'Our Town' in New York

     
    Farewell, Weston family. Deanna Dunagan, Amy Morton and the Steppenwolf cast of “August: Osage County” rehearse the dinner table scene in Chicago before flying to Australia for a final production with the Sydney Theatre Company. • Deanna Dunagan...
  • Oregon Unveils First Quick Charging Station

     
    A chicken-or-the-egg dilemma has often pressed against the popularity of electric vehicles. Which should come first: electric vehicles or the EV infrastructure? In Oregon, both cars and stations seem to be arriving in lockstep. On Thursday, Portland, Ore....