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NEW YORK -- A former senior KPMG auditor's leaks could threaten the reputation of one of the country's biggest accounting firms, industry experts said. Auditors like Scott London, a former senior partner in KPMG's office in Los Angeles, are privy to...
Cami Miller, debuts her brand new cabaret, "Cami Sings Judy and Liza," in the popular Winter Park Playhouse Spotlight Cabaret Series this Wednesday and Thursday, April 10-11. That would be Judy as in Garland, and Liza as in Minnelli, of course. Miller...
It's hard not to detect a whiff of desperation in Facebook's new please-don't-go interface, which is determined to keep people within the social network as long as it can. Facebook Home is intended to dominate Android smartphones, making Facebook your...
In a week when the Rutgers men’s basketball coach was fired for, among other things, hurling gay epithets at his cowed players, how refreshing to see the professional basketball world, not always known for its tolerance, come a step closer to...
Attired in a canary-yellow shirt, sequined slacks and a pharaoh's headdress, Sunny Jain beat a brisk tattoo on his two-sided dhol drum. Beaded and bewigged residents of New Orleans' Tremé and French Quarter neighborhoods danced and shouted along to the...
Congressman Keith Ellison, the first Muslim elected to congress, and NYU's University Chaplain Imam Khalid Latif will be guest speakers at Emerge USA's Inspiring a New Generation benefit dinner at 6:30 p.m., April 20, at The Double Tree, 10100...
Even though children's nutrition has received lots of attention the past few years, you're still more likely to find chicken fingers and fries on kids' menus than wraps and salads. Ninety-seven percent of major restaurant-chain children's meals were...
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Jim Sweeney Coach transformed Fresno State football Jim Sweeney, 83, who called Fresno State "a sleeping giant" when he arrived as its football coach in 1976 and then awakened the university — and the region — with 19 years of...
Hunched over a desk in his spartan Westwood apartment, David Klawans squints at his computer monitor and knits his brow in concentration. "I'm perusing," he says. His eyes dart between headlines almost indecipherable on a Web page displaying about 800...
Chicago Tribune reporterAnyone can claim to be a nutritionist, which is why finding a good one can be a challenge. Licensure and credentials are an important place to start, but they don't necessarily ensure quality, some experts say. "Nutrition is a controversial and changing...
Ronald Dworkin Constitutional law expert and liberal scholar Ronald Dworkin, 81, an American philosopher, constitutional law expert and liberal scholar who argued that the law should be founded on moral integrity, died Thursday of leukemia in London,...
One of the problems with plays dominated by collegiate sexuality — and there is no shortage of graphic undergraduate sex in Christopher Shinn's “Teddy Ferrara” — is that if you are a few years removed from that particular time of...
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