Tuesday Dec 17
How Ralph Fiennes Brought His Marvelous Invisible Woman to the Screen
"In life, relationships happen incrementally, and attractions build, and people aren't always quite clear of their motivations toward each other."
Parasitic Worms, Hot Baths Tested as Autism Treatments
Although the remedies may sound unconventional, doctors are currently testing whether infecting people with worms or giving them hot baths could reduce some symptoms of autism.
Worms and hot baths: Novel approaches to treating autism
A new study shows that two unusual treatment approaches may have beneficial effects on the symptoms of autism in children and adults with the disorder.
The Real Deal
Jack Resnick inks 20-year renewal at LoMaa s 255 Greenwich
The City University of New York-affiliated school inked a renewal for the 10th through 14th floors of the building, a 167,027-square-foot spread, where it has been a tenant for the past 10 years.
The Whitney presents "Edward Steichen in the 1920s and 1930s: A Recent Acquisition"
This December, the Whitney Museum of American Art has mounted an exhibition of works by Edward Steichen, the pioneering American photographer best known for his striking portraits from the early-twentieth century.
The Post-Journal, Jamestown New York
Meals On Wheels, Shults?Subaru Team Up For Volunteer Drive
Meals on Wheels of the Jamestown Area and Shults Subaru in Jamestown are again working together to attract new volunteers to Meals on Wheels and help end senior hunger in Chautauqua County.
The Journal News
Squabble over lot dims Spring Valley holiday celebrations
At a small parcel on North Main Street, an entranceway to the village, a 6-foot menorah waited for the lighting of its first candle.