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Babies in incubators were once an attraction at Coney Island Incubators, while standard in any hospital nowadays, were once untested technology. Their developers needed a way to prove their worth and get the word out. And that is how premature babies
The number of single-screen theatres may have come down in Mumbai and Thane over the last three years, but there is a quiet transformation happening. Buoyed by the revenue earnings-single-screen theatres still contribute between 30-50% of collections
What Is to Come" (Tarcher/Penguin), by Whitley Strieber: In his new book, "Solving the Communion Enigma: What Is to Come," author Whitley Strieber tries to explain the strange happenings surrounding his life since he wrote "Communion" 25 years ago. "
Jakarta Ancol Dreamland in North Jakarta remains the city's favorite entertainment, estimating that 100,000 visitors were on hand for the Christmas holiday. Dreamland spokesperson Metty Yan Harahap said that 75,000 visitors visited the park as of 4 p.
With the Wii U around the corner and only a handful of interesting games on the Wii's upcoming release schedule, the sun is clearly setting on Nintendo's iconic white game box. But night hasn't fallen yet, and if you're the kind of mom or dad who
The train, named in honor of James Saunders, a Washington State Patrol trooper killed in the line of duty in 1999 in Pasco, wraps up its 2011 schedule today and Sunday. It runs from 1 to 5:30 p.m. at the Family Fishing Pond on the east end of
It was like I had to do something serious , something to cause a rift, that we couldn't come back from...We were walking off brunch last Sunday afternoon, a brunch filled with sharing our mutual dating tales and reminiscing about our past
Tell us Special to the Star-Telegram Caitlin Langone usually doesn't tell people how the Sept. 11 terror attacks affected her life. She was 11 years old when her father, Tommy Langone, a police officer and volunteer firefighter in Queens, died. He
Get summaries of the top business news from a global perspective Sample After all, this is the image a myth, really that mass media has been feeding the public for decades (Masterpiece Theatre, Agatha Christie, James Bond movies, even Monty Python's
When the late Premji Tejani, a cotton and oilseed trader from Mumbai, saw the board, Indians and dogs not allowed' in the lobby of the erstwhile, Hotel D'Russe (now Hotel Dreamland) in Mahabaleshwar in year 1944, he did not slink away. He told the