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Reward Your Ears: 5 Gadgets to Liven Up Your Music

By Ron Harris | Aug 27
Consider quality Bluetooth speakers, finely crafted headphones and even a portable turntable for vinyl on the go, if analog is your thing. Here's a look at some nice gear to consider.

To Grow or Not? Some Successful Small Business Owners Say No

By Joyce M. Rosenberg | Aug 27
When a small business is successful, an owner will likely face the question of whether to grow. After a lot of soul-searching, many say no.

Fall Film Preview

By David Lamble | Aug 27
So little time, so many new movies this fall film season. Our rundown focuses on a handful of new LGBTQ-themed films plus a smattering of work from influential filmmakers likely to qualify for the annual Oscar sweepstakes.

Discovering the Anza Historic Trail With Its Out Superintendent

By Matthew S. Bajko | Aug 27
Designated by Congress in 1990 as part of the National Trails System administered by the National Park Service, the 1,200-mile Anza trail retraces the route taken by the initial colonizers of San Francisco.

Conviction in San Francisco Lesbian Murder Trial

By Seth Hemmelgarn | Aug 27
A San Francisco Superior Court jury convicted Michael Sione Green of first-degree murder in the 2013 shooting death of Melquiesha "Mel" Warren.

Outrage After Couple Leaves Anti-Immigrant Message for Waitress

Aug 27
Instead of leaving a tip for their waitress, one couple left a hateful message at the bottom of their check: "We only tip citizens."

Could Texas Teacher's No-Homework Rule Transform Learning?

Aug 27
Brandy Young teaches second grade in Godley, Texas. Her letter to parents became a sensation on Facebook.

The Edutainment Video Game Pipeline: Why Teachers Should Beware

By Matthew Nelson | Aug 27
Last month, strategy game guru Sid Meier and video game publisher 2K announced the 2017 release of "Civilization Edu," a redesign of the wildly popular "Civilization" strategy game series specially tailored for classrooms.

Scandal - Season 5

By Michael Cox | Aug 27
Rather than throwing away her career and becoming the President's helpmeet, Olivia Pope decides to maintain her influence at the Capitol by campaigning for the next Republican nominee. And her choice for the role is her lover's ex-wife.

Fitness in Numbers: Shake it Up With Zumba, Spinning, Boot Camp and More

By Stephen Mosher | Aug 27
So your workouts have become rote and you want to shake things up. Stephen Mosher will show you how!

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