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  • Rogue Roundup for Monday, March 2

    Pictured: Members of Megill & Company perform “Sleep Cycles Dream State” at Cal Arts Academy/Severance. Photo credit: Victor DesRoches. Funny thing about the first weekend of the...

  • Rogue Roundup for Sunday, March 1

    Welcome to Day 3 of the 2015 Rogue Festival. And thanks for finding these festival roundups back here on the Beehive, which has stopped its two-day technological tantrum. (Fingers crossed.) Here...

  • Matt Black: an intense and highly talented photographer

    If you missed Sunday’s paper, you missed my long profile starting on the front page about Exeter photographer Matt Black, whose latest national honor was Time magazine’s designation...

  • ‘House of Cards’ Season 3: Oh, what a twisted season opener

    I couldn’t wait for Season 3 of “House of Cards” to start streaming on Netflix. Neither could my Beehive colleague Traci Arbios. We aren’t binge watchers — not enough...

  • Win tickets to the Australian Bee Gees

    Pop quiz: How deep is your love for the Bee Gees ? Answer that in the comments section of this post and you’ll be entered to win tickets to see The Australian Bee Gees (a tribute to the...

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    Experiencing 10 baseball tales in one month: A spring training road trip

    Spring training is a special experience, and it's not just about baseball. Sure, it helps if you like the sport, but between food, atmosphere and nearby attractions, there is something for everyone when 15 Major League Baseball teams call Florida home.


    Family Meals Matter: Bite into a healthy lifestyle

    March is National Nutrition Month - a time when the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics encourages all Americans to examine their food choices. This year's theme is "Bite into a Healthy Lifestyle." While some people think that healthy eating means a restrictive diet and bland flavor profile, fans...


    Lean In: Colleen Louw, technical program manager

    Six years ago my husband and I packed our bags - my drum, an array of books and a handful of last minute keepsakes pressed into our hands at the airport - and left our hometown at Africa's southernmost toe. We began our lives as immigrants in the hard-driving Washington, D.C., metro area just outside...


    Invisible Boyfriend app gives me an unreal idea

    There's a new app to fool people into believing you're in a relationship. The Invisible Boyfriend app. You design your dream guy - give him a name, photo, interests and personality. And for $24.99 a month, you can feel the effects of a rewarding virtual partner with the app that sends you texts, ...


    Book review: 'Finding Spring' is a charming, classic story about seasons

    Parents need to know that "Finding Spring"is an artful, happy read about a bear namedMaurice whosemom leads him to their cozy den to hibernate, but the little bear cub wanders out in search of spring andencounters snow, as well as forest creaturespreparing for winter.He returns, and when he and ...


    Child Sense: Creating family keepsakes

    Our children grow up so fast, one minute they are lying in your arms unable to even sit or roll; and the next they are contemplating which college they want to go to. By having a family tradition of keeping and recording the special moments you share together with your child, you create a wonderful...


    Celebrity Baby Scoop: Angela and Alfonso Ribeiro at 'Focus' Premiere

    Actor Alfonso Ribeiro and his expectant wife Angela Ribeiro struck a pregnant pose at the premiere of "Focus" in Hollywood, Calif. Looking every bit the doting daddy-to-be, Ribeiro cradled his wife's growing baby bump as they walked the red carpet.


    Game review: 'The Talos Principle': Tech-focused sci-fi puzzler challenges and rewards

    Parents need to know that"The Talos Principle"is a downloadable puzzle adventure game. Players will spend their time reading emails and piecing together what became of a ruined utopia while navigating its many, manyPortal-style puzzles. This is a game where progress is only made when it's earned...


    Ultimate guide to YouTube

    Smosh, Good Mythical Morning, PewDiePie - the names may not mean much to you, but chances are your kids are on a first-name basis. Their funny hosts, off-the-cuff commentary, silly antics, and bewildering (to adults) subject matter put them among themost popular YouTube channelsfor young teens, ...


    App review: New YouTube app features kid-centric videos and parental controls

    Parents need to know thatYouTube Kidsis a kid-centric portal to YouTube that features curated TV shows, music, educational videos, and user-created content. There are parental control features in place- like a timer and a way to disable the search feature - but the content is still coming from YouTube...

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