Friday May 17
Apple Valley bike sale raises funds for mentorship program
Rick Anderson is going to hold his fifth annual used bike sale in his Apple Valley garage this weekend, and was photographed cleaning a bike on Wednesday, May 15, 2013.
Mon May 13, 2013
Another Asian Buffet Plans to Take Over Woodbury Space
It's been the Atlantic Buffet and is now the Teppanyaki Buffet . And another Asian restaurant plans to bring its buffet to Woodbury's City Centre.
Sat May 11, 2013
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Fri May 10, 2013
Tests confirm Castro is father of Amanda Berry's child
The Ohio attorney general says tests have confirmed that alleged kidnapper Ariel Castro is the father of a 6-year-old girl rescued from his house with three women this week.
Thu May 09, 2013
SnapChat images can be recovered
The point of SnapChat is impermanence. The app allows the sharing of videos or pics that self-destruct after viewing - ostensibly to be stored or forgetten in our personal and shared memory banks only.
Possible legal errors in Ramarley Graham case
According to Ryan Devereaux in the Guardian, the judge presiding over the case against the police officer who shot dead Bronx teen Ramarley Graham is "officially concerned" that legal errors occurred prior to the indictment of former NYPD officer Richard Haste.
Wed May 08, 2013
Really, with the gay jokes?
Bros, you are on notice: No more jokes about gay sex - at least for the rest of the week.
Charles Ramsey is still a hero
In hindsight, maybe Charles Ramsey was trying to tell us something when he insisted to Anderson Cooper Tuesday night that he's not a hero.
Kidnapping victims suffered miscarriages in captivity
A Cleveland councilman says three long-missing women found alive at a home were subjected to sexual abuse for a prolonged period and had miscarriages.
Spock blows it with the ladies
Men like Spock. Women are more interested in Amanda Berry's rescuer Charles Ramsey.
Gap Inc. targeted by post-Bangladesh corporate reform campaign
Gap Inc. was not among the retailers found to be subcontracting to Rana Plaza , the collapsed factory in Savar, Bangladesh that resulted in the deaths of 800 people and injury of 2,500 others; but the company's larger-than-life retail presence and current lack of transparency around its manufacturing standards have made it a target for a massive, ... (more)
Tue May 07, 2013
Refrigerated & Frozen Foods
Since Hormel Foods ' founding in 1891, corporate responsibility has been a significant part of its culture.
Treasury Secretary Jack Lew has improved his signature
Recently inducted Treasury Secretary Jack Lew has been busy since his confirmation in February, most likely occupied with improving his hilariously bad signature - the one that could soon have appeared on American dollar bills.
Strangers from across the world become 'sisters'
Tracy Smith of Adams, representing Program of Academic Exchange , called the Moe house on Labor Day last fall, asking if their family might be interested in hosting an exchange student.
First Western painting of Native Americans discovered at the Vatican
A detail of what some art historians believe to be the first European painting of Native Americans.
Mon May 06, 2013
Jason Collins' ex-fiance to write a memoir about his coming out
Jason Collins made sports history when he came out as gay in April, prompting an outpouring of support from pretty much everyone but Fox News .
Lauryn Hill gets 3 months for tax evasion
Grammy-winning singer Lauryn Hill has been sentenced to three months in prison for failing to pay taxes on about $1 million in earnings.
Bangladesh building collapse death toll surpasses 600
Bangladeshi police are investigating possible murder charges against the owner of a shoddily built factory that collapsed nearly two weeks ago after the wife of a garment worker crushed in the accident filed a complaint.
Sun May 05, 2013
NRA hides bleeding Obama-look-alike target from convention
The NRA has asked vendor Zombie Industries to remove one of its three-dimensional, "life sized" shooting targets from an NRA convention in Houston because of the target's uncanny resemblance to President Barack Obama.
Howard Kurtz apologizes for reporting error on "Reliable Sources"
In a special segment of CNN's "Reliable Sources" this week, a show devoted to media criticism, host and not-entirely-reliable journalist Howard Kurtz put himself in the hot seat.