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October 3, 2013 | By Matt Pearce
Here's more proof that Bigfoot is really, really, truly real: There are new videos! But if the morning-news anchors at WTKR in Norfolk, Va., are any guide, the new evidence may not be winning over skeptics that huge, furry, bipedal demihumans have been stalking around North America, perpetually evading capture and general scientific credibility for decades. "Sweet baby Jesus in the manger, I didn't think I was going to make it," said anchor Jessica Larche , after struggling to give straight narration over fuzzy night-vision clips purporting to show a Bigfoot walking around in the distance and closer-up shots of a partially obscured creature sleeping or appearing to look at the camera.
March 29, 2013 | By Karen Kaplan
Segments from Friday's show:When NPR announced that it would close down its daily call-in show “Talk of the Nation” in July, science fans across the country wondered about the fate of “Science Friday,” the program that takes the TOTN time slot once a week. They will be happy to know that their two-hour dose of science news and discussion will remain on the air. “Science Friday will continue as an independent program, and will retain its Friday 2-4 Eastern Time broadcast spot,” read a statement posted on the Science Friday Initiative website.
August 15, 2013 | By Robin Abcarian
How to unpack the layers of irony when “journalists” at the web TV operation run by San Diego's largest newspaper decided to spoof "Mayor Headlock's" predicament with a remake of Robin Thicke's chart-topping music video “Blurred Lines”? First of all, as you know, San Diego Mayor Bob Filner has been accused by a baker's dozen or so of women of making unwanted sexual advances, including putting some in headlocks, kissing them, coming onto them and generally acting more like a drunken fraternity boy than a 70-year-old career politician.
March 11, 1988 | MARY ANN GALANTE
Knott's Berry Farm will soon have some famous footprints that even the late Sid Grauman would envy. Sasquatch--also known as Bigfoot--is coming to Orange County. Yes, after years of everybody searching high and low from Moscow to Washington for the legendary big ape, Bigfoot's tracks will soon be found wandering through Knott's new Wild Water Wilderness attraction.
December 29, 1996 | KAREN GRIGSBY BATES
Benilde Little, in her first novel, "Good Hair," has written what some might consider an oxymoron: a black comedy of manners. Contrary to what's normally seen of black Americans in the mainstream media, where crack and guns are endemic, the only things that come out blazing here are diamond engagement rings--inherited whoppers, at that. And the cracks are hairline, in beloved Limoges passed down through generations.
March 5, 1989 | DAVID FOSTER, Associated Press
Even a true believer in Bigfoot concedes that the tabloids sometimes get carried away: "HUGE BIGFOOT MONSTER TERRORIZES THE ROCKIES! It stunk like a sewer, roared like a lion and clutched the leg of an animal in its hand." " 'BIGFOOT ATTACKED US!' Blood-Crazed Creature Savages Camera Crew and Pounds 2-Ton Truck Into Junkyard Scrap." Paul Freeman smiles at the mention of such outlandish reports. He collects them and keeps the clippings in a cardboard box.
April 8, 2014 | By Mikael Wood
After Coachella, the deluge. Organizers of San Francisco's Outside Lands announced the music festival's 2014 lineup early Tuesday, mere days before Coachella will informally open the crowded summer festival season on Friday in Indio. Top acts set to appear at the seventh annual Outside Lands, which this year goes down Aug. 8-10 at Golden Gate Park, include Kanye West, the Killers and Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers, described in a news release as the first act to headline the festival twice.
December 23, 1998 | FRANCESCA CASTAGNOLI
Like Sasquatch and the Loch Ness Monster, there's another creature many have heard of but never seen. It's called Deep-Fried Turkey, and it's just now reaching the coasts, though it's been a specialty in Louisiana's Cajun country for years. Mike Pizzolato, manager of Tony's Seafood in Baton Rouge, says he sells about 1,600 deep-fried turkeys in the week before Christmas, but, he admits, most people still like to do it in the comfort of their own backyards.
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