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  “Where are all the female critics?” The question that came up more than seven years ago as part of a panel discussion sponsored by the Association for Women Journalists inspired more than a debate. It inspired action -- and a program...

Theater program teaches young women to think critically

Updated: 12/26/2013 08:41 PM

  An eastern Kentucky county hit hard in recent years by the region's dwindling coal industry has built a tourist attraction on the remains of an old Appalachian mine. Now the mining site, renamed the Mine Made Adventure Park, is buzzing with the...

ATV park breathes life into old Appalachian mine

Updated: 12/25/2013 05:38 PM

  Dann has a special affection for “The Exorcist” with its spinning heads, projectile pea-soup hurling, crucifix abuse and tinkling on the living room carpet. He thought of films as simple entertainment vehicles, disposable weekend...

'Exorcist': The scary movie that opened the eyes of a future film critic

Updated: 12/25/2013 05:18 PM

  If the average Joe eats out 4.7 times a week (according to the gospel of Zagat), then you have to figure restaurant critics eat out even more than that. From grabbing a chicken wrap from the drive-through (yes, we sometimes do that), to settling...

Restaurant critics share their standouts from 2013

Updated: 12/26/2013 01:17 PM

  No matter what kind of year it's been for you, 2013 is ending and there's no better way to break with the past than going somewhere new to celebrate. Whether you're looking for a nice dinner, a place where you can celebrate with the kids or a party...

New bars, restaurants gear up for first New Year's

Updated: 12/26/2013 01:30 PM

  Drake, Kayne, Dawes and Solange offered up some amazing singles in 2013. Associated Press music writers Chris Talbott and Mesfin Fekadu pick their top five songs of the year.

AP music writers' top 5 songs of the year

Updated: 12/18/2013 10:40 AM

  He may have a license to kill, but is he sober enough to shoot? British doctors who carefully read Ian Fleming’s series of James Bond novels say the celebrated spy regularly drank more than four times the recommended limit of alcohol per week.

Shaken not stirred: Did 007 have alcoholic tremor?

Updated: 12/22/2013 12:29 PM

  Ed Currie holds one of his world-record Carolina Reaper peppers by the stem, which looks like the tail of a scorpion. On the other end is the bumpy, oily, fire-engine red fruit with a punch of heat nearly as potent as most pepper sprays used by...

World's hottest pepper is grown in South Carolina

Updated: 12/26/2013 10:38 PM

  HOUSTON - A white Houston-area man was arrested Thursday on federal hate crimes charges after he was accused of shooting video of himself sucker-punching a 79-year-old black man in a "knockout game"-style attack.

'Knockout game' attack leads to hate crime charge

Updated: 12/26/2013 10:31 PM

  ISLAMABAD - A 72-year-old American development worker who was kidnapped in Pakistan by al-Qaida more than two years ago appealed to President Obama in a video released Thursday to negotiate his release, saying he feels "totally abandoned and...

American abducted in Pakistan calls for U.S. help

Updated: 12/26/2013 06:14 PM

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