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"Heeeere's Johnny!" Wes Gehring
Category: Entertainment Published: July 2002
Forty years ago, Johnny Carson moved into America's living rooms and bedrooms as the host of NBC's "The Tonight Show."
 
"I Love Lucy" Turns 50 Wes Gehring
Category: Entertainment Published: September 2001
The show's impact is evidenced by the fact that, in 1953, "67% of American homes tuned in every Monday night--a figure which probably never again will be approached (for a season), given the multitude of channels now available."
 
"Jobless" Expansion Favors Older Workers
News View Category: Employment Published: December 2003
 
"Take Me Out to the Ball Game": The First Century of Baseball's Enduring Anthem Andy Strasberg , Bob Thompson , Andy Wiles
Category: Entertainment Published: July 2008
The Chicago Cubs were reigning world champions; John McGraw was in the early stages of his three-decades-long stint as manager of the New York Giants; Teddy Roosevelt occupied the White House; and the national pastime had a new song to call its own.
 
"The Honeymooners" Turns 50 Wes Gehring
Category: Entertainment Published: November 2001
A half-century after they first arrived on TV screens, Ralph and Alice Kramden and Ed Norton continue to delight audiences on countless late-night reruns.
 
66,000 a Day Forced to Abandon Their Homes
News View Category: Disaster Displacements Published: August 2016
 
A Master Plan Desperately Is Needed
News View Category: Environmentalism Published: August 2006
 
Adam Smith Meets Mother Earth
News View Category: Environmentalism Published: April 2008
 
Administration Again Skirts Transparency
News View Category: National Monuments Published: April 2010
 
Admission Up on All Drug Fronts
Your Health Category: Methamphetamine Treatment Published: October 2005
 
Aging Brain Cells Tend to Lose Function
Your Health Category: Dementia Published: February 2006
 
All That Jazz
Category: Entertainment Published: March 2016
"Jazz singers interpret a wide rane of material, including torch songs, novelty and dance tunes, and standards borrowed from film, Broadway shows, Tin Pan Alley, the blues, and other genres."
 
Alternatives to Hormone Replacement
Your Health Category: Menopause Published: October 2002
 
Americans Express Ecological Concerns
World of Science Category: The Environment Published: June 2006
 
Answering the Call of the Great Stage Brooke Averi , Elizabeth Bork , Alyssa Lemons
Category: Entertainment Published: November 2014
Being a Rockette has fulfilled all of the idealistic views of beauty, glamour, determination, and strength that we had envisioned growing up, but we have discovered that the most rewarding parts go beyond that.
 
Audience to Go Wild at "Madasgascar Live"
News View Category: Entertainment Published: April 2011
 
Aussie Phemon Rolls with the Rockettes Sophie Holloway
Category: Entertainment Published: November 2015
"Coming from Down Under at the tender age of 20, she landed on the Great Stage, performing in the "Radio City Christmas Spectacular."
 
Avoid These Job Interview Blunders
News View Category: Employment Published: August 2009
 
Bacteria Could Improve Dairy Taste
World of Science Category: Fermentation Published: June 2004
 
Bear Market May Not Be All Bad News
News View Category: Investment Published: December 2002
 
Bottled Water Pricey in More Ways than One
News View Category: Environmentalism Published: August 2007
 
Bottom Line Bolstered by Branding
Your Health Category: Mental Health Published: October 2005
 
Bottoms Up Means Bottoming Out
Your Health Category: Women's Health Published: February 2004
 
Bridging the Gap Through the World of Art
Your Health Category: Mental Illness Published: October 2006
 
Broadway: The Great American Musical Michael Kantor
Category: Entertainment Published: September 2004
". . . The musical theater pieces staged in these few blocks have mirrored nearly every social phenomenon that ever has swept the nation. . . . No matter what is happening in America, it is reflected back in the stories acted out upon those stages."
 
Bruce Springsteen: Troubadour of the Highway
News View Category: Entertainment Published: August 2004
 
Building a DVD Library--the MGM Way Robert S. Rothenberg
Category: Entertainment Published: July 2003
Oscar winners, drama, comedy, westerns, and a handful of British films combine to delight movie buffs.
 
Building a DVD Library--The Paramount Way Robert S. Rothenberg
Category: Entertainment Published: November 2003
Almost two dozen Academy Award winners, literary adaptations, comedies, crime films, sports movies, and musicals can provide hours of entertainment during the coming winter months.
 
Building a DVD Library--the Warner Way Robert S. Rothenberg
Category: Entertainment Published: March 2003
The Warner Home Video backlist, with more than a dozen of the American Film Institute's 100 Best American films, is a treasure trove for collectors.
 
Bullying Bosses Bad for Business
News View Category: Management Published: August 2015
 
Bunny to Buster: Beyond Just Bookends to Silent Film Comedy Wes D. Gehring
Category: Entertainment Published: September 2016
"While [John] Bunny helped inaugurate the silent screen clown, Buster Keaton later became the only real artistic rival to Charlie Chaplin's alter ego Tramp."
 
Carbon Capture Needs Jump-Start
News View Category: The Environment Published: August 2012
 
Casual Teen Sex Linked to Suicidal Thoughts
News View Category: Mental Health Published: December 2013
 
Cell Death Remains Key to Alzheimer's
Your Health Category: Dementia Published: October 2003
 
CEO Departures Down in 2002
News View Category: Management Published: August 2003
 
Certain Corals Resist Bleaching
World of Science Category: Environmental Stress Published: June 2009
 
Changing the Climat Is a Family Affair Seymour Simon
Category: The Environment Published: September 2010
". . . Think of science learning as an ongoing experience. . . . There is no power for change greater than a child discovering what he or she cares about."
 
Classics, Sequels, Noir, and Guilty Pleasures Robert S. Rothenberg
Category: Entertainment Published: January 2002
Recent DVD releases contain something for every taste.
 
Companies Compelled to Seek Out-of-Towners
News View Category: Employment Published: December 2016
 
Conservative Values Are Movie Staples
News View Category: Entertainment Published: April 2014
 
Controversial Incidents Remain in the News
News View Category: Law Enforcement Published: December 2016
 
Corn Is King, but Biofuels at Crossroads
News View Category: The Environment Published: August 2009
 
Cuts of $300 Billion Could Balance Budget
News View Category: Government Published: December 2004
 
Depressed People Don't Cry More
Your Health Category: Mental Health Published: February 2003
 
Discover Your Inner "Elf"
News View Category: Entertainment Published: December 2015
 
Discrimination and Prejudice Still Prevail
Your Health Category: Mental Illness Published: February 2011
 
Disney Princesses on Ice Wayne M. Barrett
Category: Entertainment Published: March 2006
Seven timeless fairy tales unfold in all their glory during this unforgettable royal skating extravaganza.
 
Does Money Beget Bigger Brains?
World of Science Category: Academic Achievement Published: June 2015
 
Doubling Down on Disaster James T.B. Tripp
Category: Environmentalism Published: July 2010
". . . The ongoing land loss in the Mississippi Delta is just as much of an environmental and economic calamity as the current BP Deepwater Horizon disaster. Keeping the wetlands clear of oil does not do any good if they ultimately are los to the sea."
 
DVD Delight: Movie Madness for the Living Room Robert S. Rothenberg
Category: Entertainment Published: May 2004
From Clark Gable and James Stewart to Robert De Niro and Tom Cruise, from merry olde England to modern America, here are over 20 films worth watching.
 
Episodic Memory Takes Longer to Click
News View Category: Child Development Published: December 2013
 
Essential Fats May Prevent Bone Loss
Your Health Category: Menopause Published: October 2005
 
EU Voucher System Would Work Like U.S.'s
Your Health Category: Drug Treatments Published: February 2011
 
Failure of Another "Pyramid" Scheme
World of Science Category: Pest Management Published: June 2013
 
Family History Could Be Tip Off
Your Health Category: Mental Disease Published: October 2009
 
Fewer Blacks Opt for Lung Surgery
Your Health Category: Cancer Treatment Published: February 2006
 
Fibromyalgia Eased by Synthetic Marijuana
Your Health Category: Pain Management Published: October 2008
 
Fish and Flax May Help Prevent Broken Hips
Your Health Category: Post-Menopausal Women Published: February 2014
 
Frank Capra and the Image of Journalists in American Film Joe Saltzman
Category: Entertainment Published: November 2002
"From the beginning, [he] had an intimate relationship with newspapers."
 
George Washington Carver: A Mighty Vision Beyond Peanuts
World of Science Category: Environmentalism Published: June 2008
 
Getting Serious Wes D. Gehring
Category: Entertainment Published: January 2009
". . . The strongest argument for letting comedians play darker parts is that, despite the stereotype concerning tragedy's superiority, many would argue that comedy is more significant."
 
Global Changes Threaten Millions
News View Category: The Environment Published: December 2009
 
Global Impact of Meat Consumption
News View Category: Environment Published: August 2004
 
Golden Newbies, Golden Oldies Robert S. Rothenberg
Category: Entertainment Published: January 2003
Will some of 2002's smash hits receive the same long-lasting acclaim as a number of Hollywood classics being reissued in DVD format?
 
Gun Use in PG-13 Movies Way Up
News View Category: Entertainment Published: December 2013
 
Heart and Lights
Category: Entertainment Published: March 2014
This production has been more than five years in the making. Our goal is to capture the energy and passion of New York and put it on the Great Stage of Radio City.
 
High School Musical: The Ice Tour Wayne M. Barrett
Category: Entertainment Published: November 2007
We're all in this together as the Disney megahit makes the seamless transition from the small screen to a large arena ice surface.
 
High-Tech Firefighting Sebastian Thaler
Category: Research & Development Published: September 2010
"Our desire to live in picturesque areas must be balanced by our ability to protect ourselves and our homes."
 
Hollywood Hits a Homer: A Bonanza of Baseball Movies Wes Gehring
Category: Entertainment Published: March 2001
Warm up for the new season with more than a century's worth of ballpark films.
 
Hollywood's Dilemma About Posthumous Releases Wes Gehring
Category: Entertainment Published: May 2003
Audiences' reactions to films distributed after the death of their stars have reflected mixed results.
 
Icons of Rock 'n' Roll Gabrielle A. Abbott
Category: Entertainment Published: May 2001
Linda McCartney's "often-unposed portraits of the greats of the music scene capture the spirit not only of her subjects, but of an era."
 
In Katrina's Wake Mark Klinedinst
Category: The Environment Published: July 2016
"To many in the Katrina zone, recovery became the strom after the strom."
 
Inflation, Animation, Imagination, and Exploitation Robert S. Rothenberg
Category: Entertainment Published: March 2002
A bloated Brando, outstanding computer-generated imagery, four decades of family favorites, and a shocking French film fill DVD shelfs.
 
James Dean: 50 Years After his Death Wes D. Gehring
Category: Entertainment Published: May 2005
The actor "was not the aimless angst-ridden youth he played in the movies. . . . He was not that suffering, rudderless figure in real life."
 
Job Loss Claims Are a Myth
News View Category: Employment Published: December 2004
 
Job Seekers Are on the Move
News View Category: Employment Published: April 2015
 
Join the "Bellobration" Wayne M. Barrett
Category: Entertainment Published: May 2007
This year's circus truly is a clown's delight.
 
Keeping Seniors Out of Debt
News View Category: Retirement Published: December 2003
 
Kicking Up a Storm in 3D Hannah Sides , Karen Keeler
Category: Entertainment Published: November 2011
Rooted in tradition, the Radio City "Christmas Spectacular" has impressed audiences for almost 80 years, and this year's transformation is sure to surpass all expectations.
 
Kindergarten Transition Made Easier
News View Category: Youth Development Published: August 2003
 
Lack of Jobs Could Lead to More Crime
News View Category: Unemployment Published: December 2011
 
Lack of Oversight Could Doom Projects
News View Category: Infrastructure Investment Published: April 2009
 
Lack of Planning for Health Care
Your Health Category: Retirement Benefits Published: February 2006
 
Loud-Noise Tumor Increases Risk
Your Health Category: Hearing Impairment Published: February 2006
 
M*A*S*H Turns 30 Wes Gehring
Category: Entertainment Published: September 2002
The TV series' dark comedy was a paean to the ludicrousness of war.
 
Magical Movie Ad-Libs Wes Gehring
Category: Entertainment Published: January 2001
In 10 notable films, an improvisation added unexpected spice to the script.
 
Misunderstood Mormons Gaining Momentum
News View Category: PBS Documentary Published: April 2007
 
Most Would Prefer to Work at Home
News View Category: Employment Published: December 2002
 
Municipal Bonds Add Fuel to the Fire
News View Category: Government Debt Published: December 2006
 
New Light from the Dimwits in Congress
News View Category: The Environment Published: April 2011
 
New Pathway Revealed for Cognitive Drugs
Your Health Category: Mental Disorders Published: February 2007
 
New Running Shoes Mimic Bare Feet
Your Health Category: Sports Equipment Published: February 2011
 
New Tool Assesses Speech Development
Your Health Category: Hearing Impairments Published: February 2009
 
Nonverbal Cues Are Tip Off to Sexual Interest
News View Category: Women Published: December 2016
 
Number of Subsidy Programs Soaring
News View Category: Federal Government Published: April 2007
 
Opera Before Instagram
Category: Entertainment Published: January 2017
"The label information in the exhibition is drawn from [critic Charles] Jahant's owbn writings. They capture his personal, and sometimes quirky, descriptions of opera singers just as he might have presented them on social media."
 
Pain Persists After Partner Departs
Your Health Category: Abused Women Published: February 2009
 
Patience Pays Robert S. Rothenberg
Category: Entertainment Published: July 2002
The movies you meant to see in 2001 are finally out on DVD.
 
Peter Pan Still Soaring Higher Than Ever
News View Category: Entertainment Published: December 2011
 
Popular Herb Awaits FDA Approval
Your Health Category: Menopause Published: October 2004
 
Porn Predicts Potential Fathers
News View Category: Men Published: April 2017
 
Pres. Bush's Plan Encourages Savings
News View Category: Investment Published: August 2003
 
Public Health Risks from "Animal Farm"
World of Science Category: The Environment Published: June 2012
 
Putting The Greatest Show On Eart "Over the Top" Nicole Feld
Category: Entertainment Published: May 2008
"At Ringling Bros., you expect to see incredible artists, magnificent animals, and high-quality entertainment, but we strive to deliver on the expectation of the 'unexpected' and to surprise even the most precocious pre-teen."
 
Rapid Recuperation for Dementia Caregivers
Your Health Category: Bereavement Published: February 2004
 
Religion Dampens Conservative Opposition
News View Category: Environmental Consumers Published: August 2016
 
Retirement: Will Baby Boomers Go Bust?
News View Category: Retirement Published: August 2004
 
Risk of Opioid Addiction Remains Low
Your Health Category: Pain Management Published: February 2008
 
Rock & Roll Can Never Die
Category: Entertainment Published: November 2016
"Recognized as one of the most influential concert promoters in history, [Bill] Graham…played a pivotal role in the careers of many iconic artists, including the Grateful Dead, Jefferson Airplane, Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, Santana, Fleetwood Mac,…"
 
Rockettes Jennifer Fiandt , Ashley Ayer , Katie Drablos
Category: Entertainment Published: November 2010
"We share a bond and understanding that remind me each day just how lucky I am to be part of this special sisterhood."
 
Rodent-Based Virus Dangerous to Pregnancy
Your Health Category: Lymphocyctic Choriomeningitis Published: February 2007
 
Roller Coasters and Funnel Cakes Rule
News View Category: Amusement Parks Published: August 2005
 
Same Surgery, Different Discomfort
Your Health Category: Pain Management Published: February 2010
 
Satirical News Has Serious Political Effects
News View Category: Entertainment Published: April 2017
 
SATs Poor Measure of Overall HS Population
News View Category: Student Achievement Published: December 2010
 
Screwballs of the Silver Screen: A Treasured Comedy Genre Turns 70 Wes Gehring
Category: Entertainment Published: March 2004
The 1934 releases of "It Happened One Night" and "Twentieth Century" launched Hollywood into an era of madcap zaniness that endures to this day.
 
Searching for Thrills--While Staying Safe--at Theme Parks Pete Trabucco
Category: Entertainment Published: May 2016
"You have a one in 100,000,000 chance of dying on a thrill ride, so have fun and enjoy yourself. You most likely will walk off the ride unscathed and maybe even want to ride again."
 
Secondhand Smoke Damages Babies' Lungs
Your Health Category: Respiratory Ailments Published: October 2006
 
Seeking New Job at Old Position
News View Category: Employment Published: April 2004
 
Sets Appeal Robert S. Rothenberg
Category: Entertainment Published: November 2001
Boxed DVD collections of their favorite movie series or TV shows make ideal gifts for film buffs.
 
Sexy Costumes Inappropriate for Young Girls
Your Health Category: Mental Health Published: October 2011
 
Shifting Use of Natural Products
News View Category: Dietary Supplements Published: April 2015
 
Show Business! Irving Berlin's Broadway
News View Category: Entertainment Published: August 2006
 
Sit-Ups Do Not Reduce Belly Fat
Your Health Category: Exercise Regimen Published: October 2011
 
Something Old, Something New, Something Boxed, Something Blue Robert S. Rothenberg
Category: Entertainment Published: May 2003
Spanning 94 years, from 1909 to 2003, there are DVDs that will appeal to collectors and movie fans alike
 
Spouses Help Determine Where People Work
News View Category: Employment Published: April 2003
 
Still Too Early to Assess Effects of Gulf Oil Spill
News View Category: The Environment Published: August 2010
 
Systemic Failures Are All Around Us
News View Category: Crisis Management Published: April 2011
 
Teaming Up to Be Funny Wes D. Gehring
Category: Entertainment Published: November 2016
The gang's all here: Laurel and Hardy, the Marx Brothers, Abbott and Costello, The Three Stooges, Hope and Crosby, and Martin and Lewis."
 
The Big Top Remains the Greatest Show on Earth Wayne M. Barrett
Category: Entertainment Published: July 2006
The 136th edition from Ringling Bros. And Barnum & Bailey features the most profound changes in more than half a century as the circus has taken on a whole new look.
 
The Boss Comes Back to the "Streets of Philadelphia"
News View Category: Entertainment Published: April 2012
 
The Consciousness of Animals Dale Peterson
Category: The Environment Published: May 2016
"[Giraffes, among other] animals…are creatures with awareness and minds. They are conscious beings, as we are, and the logical, legal, social, moral, and religious ramifications of this likely truth are just beginning to emerge."
 
The Joy of Sets Robert S. Rothenberg
Category: Entertainment Published: November 2002
DVDs make ideal holiday gifts for film buffs, and there is a wide range of boxed sets out there to choose from.
 
The Many Mysteries of the Human Heart
Your Health Category: Health Care Documentary Published: October 2007
 
The Miracle Behind "The Miracle" Wes D. Gehring
Category: Entertainment Published: January 2015
Preston Sturges always was predisposed to skewering Populist films--and there is no better example than "The Miracle of Morgan's Creek."
 
The Most Wonderful Time of the Year Nicole Schuman
Category: Entertainment Published: November 2016
"From my early years of ginat garland wreaths and wooden candy canes, to the GPS-enabled snowflakes and life-sized double-decker bus currently in the show, the 'Christmas Spectacular' has innovated continuously…"
 
The Rise and Fall of Rome and America
News View Category: Government Published: April 2010
 
The Tramp's Influence on Television Wes D. Gehring
Category: Entertainment Published: July 2015
"… Three of [TV's] iconic figures (Lucille Ball, Red Skelton, and Dick Van Dyke) have character-defining material drawn directly from 'Modern Times.'"
 
The Truth About the Sleuth Wayne M. Barrett
Category: Entertainment Published: January 2005
Forget Hollywood's myriad misrepresentations concerning the great detective. The genuine Sherlock Holmes is alive and well on DVD. Quick, the game is afoot!
 
Therapists at Higher Risk for Asthma
Your Health Category: Respiratory Ailments Published: October 2005
 
There Is Little Safety in Numbers
News View Category: Sexual Harassment Published: April 2009
 
There Is Relief for Itchy Winter Skin
Your Health Category: Seasonal Ailments Published: February 2007
 
Timely Tax Tips for Teenagers
News View Category: Employment Published: April 2006
 
Traditional Cook Stoves Recipe for Pollution
News View Category: Environmentalism Published: December 2006
 
Trees Play Role in Production of Smog
World of Science Category: The Environment Published: June 2013
 
Trust Me Robert S. Rothenberg
Category: Entertainment Published: September 2002
An assortment of DVDs, ranging from the latest Academy Award winners to a half-century-old western classic, have one thing in common--they're well worth going out of your way to see.
 
VCI Often Confused with Alzheimer's
Your Health Category: Dementia Published: February 2009
 
Vet Rate Lower Than the National Average
News View Category: Unemployment Published: December 2015
 
Vets Endure Higher Severity than Nonvets
Your Health Category: Pain Management Published: February 2017
 
War on Terror Hits Crime Shows
News View Category: Entertainment Published: April 2004
 
Ways to Avoid Job-Hunting Burnout
News View Category: Unemployment Published: August 2003
 
Ways to Keep More of Your Nest Egg
News View Category: Retirement Published: December 2010
 
Ways to Reduce Forest Fragmentation
World of Science Category: Shale Development Published: June 2015
 
We Loved Them: Yeah, Yeah, Yeah Candy Leonard
Category: Entertainment Published: March 2015
"Wonder about whether anything like the Beatles can happen again and will continue because there is something awesome, in the true sense of the word, about their music, story, and enduring impact."
 
Welcoming the Most Famous Reindeer of All
News View Category: Entertainment Published: December 2016
 
Welfare-Work Transition Affected by Obesity
News View Category: Employment Published: August 2004
 
What Are the Chances of Turning Neanderthal?
World of Science Category: Human Development Published: June 2008
 
What Happens If Your Employer Goes Bankrupt?
News View Category: Retirement Plans Published: December 2002
 
Whistle While You Work Steve Herbst
Category: Entertainment Published: September 2005
". . . Everybody could enjoy and benefit from whistling, yet hardly anybody does; while many instruments enjoy prominence and acceptance with bands and orchestras around the globe, the human whistle is ignored."
 
Who Benefits from Pension Protection Act?
News View Category: Retirement Published: December 2006
 
Why Blacks Have a Higher Risk
News View Category: Cognitive Impairment Published: August 2016
 
Will Administration Spending Be Transparent?
News View Category: Government Published: April 2009
 
You Can't Spell Oscar Without DVD Robert S. Rothenberg
Category: Entertainment Published: September 2001
As DVDs take over more and more of the home video market, Academy Award-winners are pouring out of movie studios' vaults, enabling viewers to build extensive libraries of film classics.
 
You Can't Spell Oscar Without DVD: Part II Robert S. Rothenberg
Category: Entertainment Published: May 2002
From 1940's "Rebecca" to 1997's "Titanic," these 19 DVDs represent a cavalcade of Academy Award winners.
 
You Have to Know Your (Tax) Limits
News View Category: Retirement Savings Published: April 2007
 
Zing, Zang, Zoom Wayne M. Barrett
Category: Entertainment Published: May 2009
Elephants vanish into thin air and tigers disappear right before your eyes in this year's "illusionary" edition of The Greatest Show on Earth.