Webseries will hold Heroes fans until September season opener
FAVORITE THIN SLICE OF THE WEEK: Maybe it will drive you crazy, but <a href=" http://www.85qm.de/up/BigRedButton.swf" target="_blank "><font color=blue><b>the big red button</font color=blue></b></a> is a <b>weird exercise in psychology</b>. Proceed at your own risk. <a href=" mailto:email@example.com" target="_blank "><font color=green> <b>(VR)</font color=green></b></a>
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GOING POSTAL is the Webseries finale of Heroes that concludes Monday. Fans will then just have to hang on until season No. 3 begins September 22 on NBC. The return date features a clip show to get fans familiar with the series and characters again, followed by a two-hour season opening episode. Track your Heroes. (KC)
A MATTER OF PERSPECTIVE: Michael Hughes'souvenir pictures are fascinating studies in spatial relationships. (RS)
CAUTION, HOT MIC: 10 celebrities who should have known that the mic was on (in honor of Jesse Jackson). (RS)
MILEY CYRUS might not be everywhere, but it sure seems like it, and now she's been immortalized in wax as a breathless British museum spokesman makes clear. (RL)
COULD YOU MAYBE DRIVE A LITTLE FASTER? Race car drivers can be pretty temperamental, as Danica Patrick proves (again) in this throw-down with fellow driver Milka Duno. (RL)
ANOTHER SHOT AT THE MUSIC BIZ: Paul Westerberg, always a contrarian, releases his new music as one really, long song. Probably not going to see him on American Idol anytime soon. (RL)
COW TIPPIN' Country star Neal McCoy will push his "Rednecktified" agenda at the Lucas County Fair Saturday so get ready, and look for Brian Dugger's preview story in tomorrow's editions of toledoblade.com. (RL)
VEGETABLES AND VITAMINS?: Could there be a real Batman. ScientificAmerican.com turned to an associate professor of kinesiology and neuroscience to decide if a real superhero is possible. Now, if you could just make him jailproof. (RS)
SAY IT AIN'T SHOW, JANET: The 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that we must pay attention to Janet Jackson again. The court threw out a $550,000 indecency fine against CBS Corp. for the 2004 Super Bowl halftime show that ended with Janet Jackson s wardrobe malfunction. The Janet Board is eerily quiet at presstime as fans have yet to form their own legal opinions. (KC)
THE RED CANDY-LIKE BUTTON: Maybe it will drive you crazy, but the big red button is a weird exercise in psychology. Proceed at your own risk. (VR)
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