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6/4/2014 1:40 AM
Dinner Tonight: Strawberry Margarita Chicken Salad
"Strawberries and chicken are excellent together, and the flavorful lime mayo pulls everything together," writes Robin Miller in Robin Takes 5. "Feel free to fold in chopped scallions and fresh cilantro if you want."

6/4/2014 12:00 AM
Author John Green is the true star
NEW YORK — When The Fault in Our Stars landed on bookshelves more than two years ago, John Green's enthusiasm was nonexistent for a screen version of his story featuring teens with cancer.

6/4/2014 12:00 AM
Woman's streak on Jeopardy ends
LOS ANGELES — The reign of the winningest female contestant in Jeopardy! history has come to an end.

6/4/2014 12:00 AM
Film honors MCO’s beginnings
Local history aficionados are in for a treat with a fascinating look at the University of Toledo Medical Center‘s origins in MCO: A History of Healing and Teaching, an hour-long documentary that premieres at 8 p.m. Thursday on WGTE-TV.

6/3/2014 2:48 PM
'Hunger Games' salute used in Thailand
BANGKOK  — The three-finger salute from the Hollywood movie “The Hunger Games” is being used as a real symbol of resistance in Thailand. Protesters against the military coup are flashing the gesture as a silent act of rebellion, and they’re being threatened with arrest if they ignore warnings to stop.

6/3/2014 12:00 AM
Stuff(ed) on the grill
Grilling already has got its steaks, slabs and skewers. With summer coming, maybe it’s time to slap another “s” down on that sizzlin’ hot grate: as in “stuffed.”

6/3/2014 11:37 AM
Turkey restores access to YouTube
ISTANBUL — Turkish authorities say they have restored access to YouTube five days after the country’s highest court ruled that the two-month ban on the video-sharing website violates freedom of expression.

6/3/2014 12:00 AM
Rhubarb revival
Rhubarb: People either love it or they loathe it. There doesn’t seem to be much middling “meh“ reaction to it. It’s either one extreme or the other.

6/2/2014 11:23 PM
‘Alice’ was there for lots of kids
Demographically, most American TV watchers have only ever known The Brady Bunch in syndication — a phenomenally successful rerun that reruns even now, 40 years after the show was canceled at the end of its fifth season. Beneath its perpetual ability to keep us aghast at the fashion, décor, lingo, and the most corny and tentative notions of counterculture in