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Las Vegas Mob Museum Lets People Play Police Officer

Las Vegas Mob Museum Lets People Play Police Officer

By Regina Garcia Cano | Apr 23
A new hands-on exhibit arms visitors with a pistol that shoots plastic pellets and puts them in simulated situations similar to those police encounter in real life.

Harry Potter Gets Boozy at Hudson Hotel

Harry Potter Gets Boozy at Hudson Hotel

Apr 23
Hudson Hotel celebrates the Broadway opening of "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child" with these muggle-friendly cocktails

Wine Road Wins Best Podcast at Taste Awards

Wine Road Wins Best Podcast at Taste Awards

Apr 20
Wine Road's biweekly podcast, "The Wine, When and Where of Northern Sonoma County," was named Best Food or Drink Podcast in the 9th annual Taste Awards at a VIP Dinner and Red-Carpet Reception in Los Angeles.

From Catchphrases to Fashion: 'Scandal's' Pop Culture Impact

From Catchphrases to Fashion: 'Scandal's' Pop Culture Impact

By Alicia Rancilio | Apr 19
As "Scandal" wraps up its seventh and final season on ABC, the political drama starring Kerry Washington as professional problem solver in the nation's capital will leave behind a number of contributions to pop culture.

Model Alliance Calls for Action Against Karl Lagerfeld for Calling Models 'Sordid Creatures'

Model Alliance Calls for Action Against Karl Lagerfeld for Calling Models 'Sordid Creatures'

Apr 18
An organization that protects the rights of models has called for action against outspoken fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld.

Weinstein Stories that Sparked #Metoo Win Pulitzer Prize

Weinstein Stories that Sparked #Metoo Win Pulitzer Prize

By Jennifer Peltz | Apr 16
The New York Times and The New Yorker won the Pulitzer Prize for public service Monday for breaking the Harvey Weinstein scandal with reporting that galvanized the #MeToo movement.

5 Years Later, Boston Marathon Survivors, Responders Move On

5 Years Later, Boston Marathon Survivors, Responders Move On

By William J. Kole | Apr 16
One was an attacker. One was a volunteer first responder. One lost her leg. Another lost his little boy. And a police officer very nearly lost his own life.

In Age of #Metoo, Can There Be Forgiveness, Second Chances?

In Age of #Metoo, Can There Be Forgiveness, Second Chances?

By Michelle R. Smith | Apr 16
If a man abuses his co-workers and apologizes, should he be forgiven? What about a man who sexually assaults a stranger asleep in bed? Is redemption possible?

Childhood Holocaust Survivors Reunited After 76 Years

Childhood Holocaust Survivors Reunited After 76 Years

By John Rogers | Apr 15
When Alice Gerstel bid an emotional farewell to her family's closest friends in October 1941, she was hopeful she'd see "Little Simon" Gronowski again. And she did - 76 years later and half a world away from where they were separated in Brussels.

As Numbers Dwindle, Jews Who Fought Nazis Recall Struggle

As Numbers Dwindle, Jews Who Fought Nazis Recall Struggle

By Aron Heller | Apr 14
While most of his fellow Jews were being killed or brutalized in Nazi death camps and ghettos, Baruch Shub and his friends were hiding in the forests of the former Soviet Union, trying to undermine the Nazis.

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