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Bill Cosby's silence may be his best defense at this point

Bill Cosby Legal

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Bill Cosby has the right to remain silent — and that may be his best strategy. Read more

Musicians on Call reach out to patients

When Janice Ruge found herself at Wilmington Hospital's Center for Rehabilitation following surgery to remove a brain tumor, she wasn't expecting a show. Read more

Westminster man touring with Osmonds

After a successful single show, Jeremy Willet of Westminster was recently invited to travel with Donny and Marie Osmond as part of their Christmas tour. Read more

Movie "Wild" generates more interest in Pacific Crest Trail

Outdoors Wild Pacific Crest Trail

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The popularity of Cheryl Strayed's memoir "Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail" has led to increased awareness and use of the trail that runs from Canada to Mexico through Washington, Oregon and California. There are more thru-hikers — people who, like Strayed, attempt to h... Read more

Founder of Newport festivals to be honored

The founder of the Newport jazz and folk festivals is being honored by The Recording Academy. Read more

Madonna releases 6 songs after leak

Music Madonna

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In a surprise preview of her new album, Madonna released six songs Saturday on iTunes and various streaming services. Read more

5-year program offers degrees to high schoolers

Exchange Credits for College

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Kalamazoo County's nine school districts are launching a new program in which students can earn a degree or certificate from Kalamazoo Valley Community College during a "13th grade" in high school. Read more

Why the Sony hack isn't big news in Japan

Sony Hack Japan Reaction

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Japan's biggest newspaper, Yomiuri Shimbun, featured a story about Sony Corp. on its website Friday. It wasn't about hacking. It was about the company's struggling tablet business. Read more

Acclaimed ex-Soviet artist has a colorful story

Internationally acclaimed artist Anatoly Dverin's story is as colorful as his paintings. Read more

Parties, performance to mark gay marriage ruling

Saturday is the anniversary of a federal's judge's landmark ruling striking down Utah's ban on same-sex marriage, and a local theater company and several LGBT groups are marking the date with celebrations. Read more

Hope releases his first book of poetry

Juneau Book

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Ishmael Hope spent six years putting together his first collection of poetry, "Courtesans of Flounder Hill," a period of time in which the manuscript went through many changes — as did Hope himself. Among them: He became a father to four children with his wife, Lily Hudson Hope; he lost hi... Read more

Daisy Dillman Band reunites after long absence

A Minnesota country rock band is getting back together after a three-decade absence. Read more

Protesters in contempt of court for anti-whaling campaign

Whaling Protest Lawsuit

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Radical environmentalists who threw acid and smoke bombs at Japanese whalers were found in contempt of court for continuing their relentless campaign to disrupt the annual whale hunt off the waters of Antarctica. Read more

Sony saga blends foreign intrigue, star wattage

Sony Hack

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The hackers who hit Sony Pictures Entertainment days before Thanksgiving crippled the network, stole gigabytes of data and spilled into public view unreleased films and reams of private and sometimes embarrassing executive emails. Read more

Top 20 Concert Tours from Pollstar

The Top 20 Concert Tours ranks artists by average box office gross per city and includes the average ticket price for shows in North America. The previous week's ranking is in parentheses. The list is based on data provided to the trade publication Pollstar by concert promoters and venue managers. Read more

EXCHANGE: Museum director helps students, exhibits

Between art and Claire Kovacs, there's undeniable chemistry. Read more

Protesters in contempt of court for anti-whaling campaign

Whaling Protest Lawsuit

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Radical environmentalists who threw acid and smoke bombs at Japanese whalers were found in contempt of court Friday for continuing their relentless campaign to disrupt the annual whale hunt off the waters of Antarctica. Read more

Fairy tale about fisherman's wife gets Cajun lilt

In Whitney Stewart's latest picture book, "A Catfish Tale," echoes of an age-old fairy tale spring to life. Read more

More than 4 million people watched 1st dog telethon

Telethon Dogs

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More than 4,400 people filed adoption papers for homeless dogs during what was billed as the first all-star dog adoption telethon, producers say. Read more

Cops: Tahoe teen's death due to act of nature, not foul play

Police say an autopsy shows a South Lake Tahoe teen's death was due to an act of nature when a tree fell on him during a fierce windstorm, not foul play. Read more

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