Wednesday Jul 16
Albany Times Union
In his recent television series, "Cosmos," astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson discussed the human talent for pattern recognition as a double-edged sword.
The Baltimore Sun
Blackout hits Venezuela, interrupts presidential broadcast
A blackout cut power to much of Venezuela on Friday, snarling traffic in the capital Caracas and other major cities as authorities scrambled to restore electricity after the outage, which twice interrupted a presidential broadcast.
San Pedro Sun
Island students receive certificate from GREAT Program
The program was instructed by Police Constable Juan Chuc and is part of a country wide police initiative to educate children on the consequences of gang violence.
Carl Froch, Folk Hero: Post-Fight Report Card
The fight ended on a whale of a right hand in round eight but, really, it was over at the end of the fourth.
A ‘King Lear’ that hasn’t fully flowered, at Seattle Shakes
Be it a comedy or tragedy or history, staging Shakespeare is a team sport. No matter who the title characters are, the Bard of Avon was an actor writing for an acting ensemble.