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It's bull sale season in cattle country. And that means herd records, expected progeny differences (EPDs) and other performance measures are in high demand. Producers looking for that perfect herd sire need information to select an animal that best fits...
The TV Guy - Orlando SentinelThe big day for soap fans is April 29. “All My Children” and “One Life to Live” will return to storytelling that day, Prospect Park's The Online Network announced. Both series, which were canceled by ABC, will debut on Hulu.com,...
Chicago's annual St. Patrick's Day parade will step off at noon Saturday from Balbo and Columbus drives in Grant Park and head north about half a mile to Monroe Drive. You couldn't pay me to be there. Contrary to the words of the famous song, I hate a...
During the past year, Chicago listeners have heard trumpeter Victor Garcia in more musical contexts than any single player could be expected to master. He hit hard in drummer Dana Hall's band at the Green Mill last month; debuted his own feisty, full-...
Machneyuda, the restaurant, sits outside Mahane Yehuda, the vibrant food market, in Jerusalem. It's small and loud and hip. My niece, an actual DJ at an actual college radio station, claims its pounding backbeat matches her iPod playlist. That hip....
Tags: Mushrooms, Salt, Radio Industry, Butter, Truffle Oil
Beverly Findlay-Kaneko has used her memories of the devastating earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan two years ago to start making a change in her new home of Huntington Beach. Findlay-Kaneko was in Japan when those natural disasters led to three...
Los Angeles Times Travel editorWhat’s worse than being disconnected while on the road? Paying for the connectivity you need to have. A new device addresses both those woes. FreedomPop offers various connectivity via Wi-Fi/4G on its various devices — a USB stick, a hot...
Tags: Apple iPhone, Verizon Communications, Skype
Since the beginning of time, or at least until Sony rolled out the Walkman, listening to music has been a stationary experience -- you went to the source of the sound, whether it was a bunch of tribesmen beating their drums or the stereo system in the...
Tags: Entertainment, Radio, Apple iPhone, T-Mobile, Google Music
Much like Amy and Nick, the fractured married couple at the center of Gillian Flynn's breakout novel "Gone Girl," the author herself is good at keeping secrets. In recent months, rumors have swirled around the highly anticipated film adaptation of the...
Special to the sentinelToday's hot tubs offer more than just a place to relax. While spas are still ideal for hydrotherapy and melting away the day's stresses, they are also becoming increasingly popular places to entertain and exercise, thanks to some high-tech upgrades. In...
Google Field Trip, an app that alerts users of interesting places as they travel, has arrived on the iPhone and iPod Touch. The app, which launched for Android devices last September, sends users notifications as they near interesting locations, such as...
Samsung announced this week it'll be launching more than 1,000 small retail shops inside Best Buy stores across the U.S. starting this month. In a move that's no doubt intended to help Samsung compete with rival Apple and its retail stores, the South...
Tags: New Products
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