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William H. Macy, Eva Longoria support Felicity Huffman in college admissions scandal
Felicity Huffman and her lawyers pleaded Friday for probation, community service and a fine instead of jail time for her role in the college admissions scandal, buoyed by letters of support from her famous husband, William H. Macy, and her Desperate Housewives co-star Eva Longoria.
Boston marathon memorials won't be ready for this year's race
Permanent memorials to the victims of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings are taking shape in a foundry outside Boston. But the long-awaited monuments of bronze, granite and glass won't be ready in time for this year's race on April 15.
Turning James Joyce's Ulysses into a virtual reality game
Students are developing a virtual reality game based on James Joyce's Ulysses as part of a class at Boston College, with the goal of exposing new audiences to the works of the celebrated author and to show how VR can be used to enhance literature.
Father of the Selfie: Photographer has snapped a self-portrait daily for 30 years
Long before they were called selfies, Karl Baden snapped a simple black and white photo of himself. Then he repeated it every day for the next three decades. Baden's Every Day project officially turns 30 on Thursday and he says he has no intention of stopping.
Calgary Stampede rodeo gets role in Tom Brady, Michael Strahan Religion of Sports show
One-time Super Bowl rivals Tom Brady and Michael Strahan are teaming up to produce a six-part documentary TV series that will include a look at the Calgary Stampede rodeo.
Orchestra tests loaning patrons iPads during performance
A night at the symphony usually means silencing cellphones and mobile devices before the music starts, but in an effort to draw in a younger audience, the Boston Symphony Orchestra is loaning out iPads loaded with content specific to each performance.