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BUSINESS
February 23, 2013 | By Robin Rauzi, Los Angeles Times
As business classes get underway at the Drucker School of Management at Claremont Graduate University, MBA students open their laptops and professors fire up PowerPoint presentations in many classrooms. In the Executive Mind class, however, professor Jeremy Hunter pulls out decidedly different tools: a brass singing bowl and leather-wrapped mallet. The chimes from three strikes on the bowl quiet the dozen or so students, who have put away smartphones and other devices. They close their eyes.
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NEWS
November 5, 2013 | By Susan Rohwer, guest blogger
Are doctors inadvertently fueling the anti-vaccine movement? A study published Monday in the Journal of Pediatrics analyzed more than 100 vaccine discussions involving 16 healthcare providers and found that how the doctor phrased the vaccine question had an impact on swaying parents who were hesitant about whether to vaccinate their children. The study found that when doctors told parents it was time to vaccinate (“It's time for Bobby to have his shots”) rather than presenting it as a question (“What do you want to do about Bobby's shots?
REAL ESTATE
December 23, 2007 | Josef Molnar
With so many property listings available online, it might seem easy to find what you're seeking. But much of it is either out of date or incomplete. Entering the fray is CyberHomes.com, a project of Fidelity National that provides much of the data the real estate industry and listing services use on their sites. Taking a cue from the adage that "too much is just enough" information for buyers, Cyberhomes.com head Marty Frame said that the site has about 1.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 29, 2006 | From the Associated Press
Ticket sales have been far from spectacular, but Ivan Neville says performing at the same Hurricane Katrina anniversary concert tonight as Stevie Wonder is going to be incredible no matter how many people are there. "What an honor," said the New Orleans keyboardist and singer, and son of Neville Brothers singer Aaron Neville. Besides Ivan Neville and Wonder, the lineup for "New Orleans: Rebuilding the Soul of America ...
ENTERTAINMENT
February 24, 1992 | LEWIS SEGAL
In "Undercurrent Events," Judith Ren-Lay uses nine short dance solos to structure an intuitive survey of how women are oppressed and controlled. Presented Saturday at Highways in Santa Monica, the piece incorporates Ren-Lay's eloquent singing as well as her rambling, self-consciously literary text.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 10, 1994 | RICHARD CROMELIN
ROLLINS BAND "Weight" Imago * * * Dazed by incessant violence, fried from information overload, worn down by the task of living, the characters stumbling through Henry Rollins' songs are easy marks for slick messiahs, false-front entertainers and poets peddling gangster fantasies to fools who end up paying the heavy price.
SPORTS
March 14, 2001 | LARRY STEWART
What: NCAA tournament on the Internet Call it information overload. Just about anything you want to know about the NCAA tournament can be found on the Internet. Go to http://www.sandbox.com and you can find Bob Knight's bracket. He has Stanford defeating Florida in the national championship game. He has UCLA making it to the third round and USC losing in the first round to Oklahoma State. Go to http://www.finalfour.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 4, 2011
SERIES Live to Dance: "American Idol's" Paula Abdul mentors a new batch of contestants on the premiere this talent competition (8 p.m. CBS). The Biggest Loser: The weight-loss competition returns for another go-round (8 p.m. NBC). Nova: The science series journeys to Antarctica to uncover "Secrets Beneath the Ice" (8 and 10 p.m. KOCE). V: The alien-invasion thriller starring Scott Wolf, Elizabeth Mitchell and Morena Baccarin returns (9 p.m. ABC). 16 and Pregnant: This episode catches viewers up with some of the teens featured on the docu-series (10 p.m. MTV)
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