Monday Mar 3
Albany Times Union
Man indicted for stripping, burning car
TROY A grand jury indicted a city man on arson and stolen property charges after police say he torched a stolen car in the Cherry Plain State Park in December.
What Became of the Jewish Books?
In the recent film "The Monuments Men," George Clooney and his ensemble play a fictionalized version of a group of allied officers who shot their way through Europe during World War II, rescuing big, beautiful Old Masters' paintings and sculpture plundered by the Nazis and stored in mines and other hideouts.
Ruth's Chris partners with Penfolds for wine launch in March
Experience the Hyatt Regency St. Louis at The Arch fresh from a $63 million renovation.
KMVT Twin Falls
Chobani Urging Idaho Governor To Say No To The Ag-Gag Bill
New Berlin, New York - Chobani Founder and Chief Executive Officer Hamdi Ulukaya has stepped forward to urge Idaho Governor Butch Otter to reconsider the "Ag-Gag" bill.
South Florida Blade
Micky Friedman: "Honest. Perfectionist. Soulful" spins at Score
After ending his dance career in 2004, he took to the turntables and one short year later he was offered to play in a New York City club, which was the beginning of his ascent to circuit stardom.
Richard Linklater and Cast Have Their Say on 'Boyhood'
By its nature, a movie as unique as Boyhood comes along rarely at best. Thankfully for audiences, it's a blistering gem of a rarity.
Olympics-Satirist under fire for comparing Sochi Games and Hitler's Olympics
President Vladimir Putin's allies are seeking an apology from a Russian satirist who drew a comparison between the Sochi Winter Olympics and the 1936 Berlin games Adolf Hitler used to help entrench his power and offer a rosy picture of Nazi Germany.
The Washington Post
Mivos Quartet tackles all-British program
The Mivos Quartet, formed in 2008 at the Manhattan School of Music, has put admirable focus and resources into expanding the string quartet repertoire, conducting workshops and competitions for new composers.
Snow Blind - By Christian Caryl
Two of Russia's most famous dissidents are visiting the United States. I speak, of course, of Nadya Tolokonnikova and Masha Alyokhina, members of the feminist conceptual art group known as Pussy Riot who were recently released from jail by President Vladimir Putin.