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John Carroll Lynch lands juicy role in ‘American Horror Story’

John Carroll Lynch lands juicy role in ‘American Horror Story’

October 15, 2014


Filed under Television

By Neal Justin Star Tribune (Minneapolis) (MCT) You’ve seen him as the duck-painting husband of Police Chief Marge Gunderson in “Fargo,” Drew’s cross-dressing brother in “The Drew Carey Show” and the suspected serial killer Arthur Leigh Allen in “Zodiac.” Now if only you could remember h...

‘Walking Dead’ Premiere Finds Little Sanctuary Against Despair

‘Walking Dead’ Premiere Finds Little Sanctuary Against Despair

October 10, 2014


Filed under Television

By Patrick Kevin Day Los Angeles Times (MCT) When we last left the heroes of “The Walking Dead,” things looked especially dire. Six-and-a-half months later, things haven’t changed much. Locked in a boxcar with few options, save for waiting to become dinner to a community of non-zombie canniba...

‘Under The Dome,’ ‘Extant’ Win Summer Renewals From CBS

‘Under The Dome,’ ‘Extant’ Win Summer Renewals From CBS

October 10, 2014


Filed under Television

By Greg Braxton Los Angeles Times (MCT) “Under The Dome” and “Extant,” two of CBS’ marquee summer dramas, have been renewed despite less than winning seasons. “Under The Dome,” based on Stephen King’s novel about a community trapped under a transparent dome that seals it off from th...

Young Life College Opens Up New Spiritual Opportunities For Students

Young Life College Opens Up New Spiritual Opportunities For Students

Jackson Miller, Assistant Editor and Chief

October 9, 2014


Filed under Campus, Top Stories

Northeast students have a new spiritual opportunity on campus. Young Life College is a nondenominational organization, “that meets the relationship needs of students, especially those who are seeking to know God,” says Terry Nelson, speech instructor and director of forensics on the Northeast campus....

Fungus Could Be The Help Agriculture Needs To Adapt To Climate Change

Fungus Could Be The Help Agriculture Needs To Adapt To Climate Change

October 1, 2014


Filed under Outdoors

By Matt Campbell The Kansas City Star (MCT) KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Imagine a world, just a few decades away, where once-fertile cropland is baked and starved of rain by ongoing climate change. Just add fungus. Scientists are discovering that microscopic fungi can help make food crops more abundant, les...

Mining for sand in fracking process holds risks for communities, study says

Mining for sand in fracking process holds risks for communities, study says

October 1, 2014


Filed under Outdoors

By Neela Banerjee Tribune Washington Bureau (MCT) WASHINGTON—As a domestic energy boom driven by hydraulic fracturing spreads, so could strip-mining for sand needed for the controversial production process, introducing risks to water, air, public health and property values, according to a report issu...

Law enforcement grapples with iPhone’s enhanced encryption

Law enforcement grapples with iPhone’s enhanced encryption

October 1, 2014


Filed under Technology

By Julia Love and Robert Salonga San Jose Mercury News (MCT) Apple is no stranger to disruption, having upended the music business with iTunes and the mobile industry with the iPhone. But now, some law enforcement officials are warning that the company is threatening to disrupt their efforts to figh...

Theme parks’ Halloween scare tactics becoming frightfully high-tech

Theme parks’ Halloween scare tactics becoming frightfully high-tech

October 1, 2014


Filed under Technology

By Hugo Martín Los Angeles Times (MCT) To re-create a bloody scene from the 1981 horror flick “American Werewolf in London,” crews at Universal Studios Hollywood installed computer-controlled strobe lights behind the walls of a dark maze to simulate the flash of bullets. An actor wearing a rubber ...

Norfolk Arts Center presents 7th Annual Juried Exhibition and Wayne State College faculty exhibit from April 3-May 3, 2014.

Norfolk Arts Center presents 7th Annual Juried Exhibition and Wayne State College faculty exhibit from April 3-May 3, 2014.

March 26, 2014


Filed under Local News

On Thursday, April 3rd, the Norfolk Arts Center opens their latest exhibit for the public to attend. Two shows will be featured from April 3-May 3rd. A reception will take place on Saturday, April 5th from 4-6p.m. to showcase the unique and talented work from the Juried Exhibition and Wayne State Colle...

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