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ECOT, State Battle Before SUPCO

Attorneys for the now-closed Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow and the Ohio Department of Education traded jabs before the Ohio Supreme Court yesterday over how the state should fund schools and if that funding should be tied to just enrollment or student participation.

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"Road to Perdition" lacks the grandeur of Coppola's "Godfather" epic, but...

"Road to Perdition" is a rocky road of revenge and reconciliation, punctuated by some gorgeous Conrad Hall cinematography. Tom Hanks is a 1930's mob hit man whose 12 year-old son sees him commit a murder. The rest of Director Sam Mendes' ("American Beauty") film is the boy's coming to terms with that knowledge. Paul Newman plays a "godfather," a father to his errant son and like a father to Hanks.

Give the movie a "B" because Smith and Jones are too good to be too bad...

"To see a world in a grain of sand, And a heaven in a wildflower,
Hold infinity in the palm of your hand, and eternity in an hour."
- William Blake, "Auguries of Innocence"

Adam Sandler’s remake, “Mr. Deeds,” is hardly Capra,...

In “Mr. Deeds Goes to Town,” Frank Capra knew how to mix an interesting story with a corny theme about the goodness of the little guy and the corruption of the corporation. Adam Sandler’s remake, “Mr. Deeds,” is hardly Capra, but Sandler’s real-guy persona brings an affectionate Longfellow Deeds back to the screen without as much embarrassment as you’d think.

Regardless of the eras, we all were headed toward sin and redemption as altar boys.

Adam Sandler’s remake, “Mr. Deeds,” is hardly Capra,...

In “Mr. Deeds Goes to Town,” Frank Capra knew how to mix an interesting story with a corny theme about the goodness of the little guy and the corruption of the corporation. Adam Sandler’s remake, “Mr. Deeds,” is hardly Capra, but Sandler’s real-guy persona brings an affectionate Longfellow Deeds back to the screen without as much embarrassment as you’d think.

Finally, an intelligent movie this summer to share the spotlight with Hugh Grant’s “About a Boy.”

A young woman, Zoe, is placed under electronic house arrest for a crime she did not commit. The eccentric and energetic “Cherish, ” written and directed by Finn Taylor (“Dream with the Fishes”) has the virtues of romance and thriller with a good dose of odd love. It is by far superior to any other in its multi-genre this year.

In this mixed bag of tricks are a couple of scenes truly worthy of Spielberg’s brilliance...

Spielberg, Cruise, Philip C. Dick—director, star, creator. This is a heavenly group promising that the mediocre fare of this summer will be redeemed by a sci-fi thriller about an agency making arrests before crimes are committed.

Adam Sandler’s remake, “Mr. Deeds,” is hardly Capra,...

In “Mr. Deeds Goes to Town,” Frank Capra knew how to mix an interesting story with a corny theme about the goodness of the little guy and the corruption of the corporation. Adam Sandler’s remake, “Mr. Deeds,” is hardly Capra, but Sandler’s real-guy persona brings an affectionate Longfellow Deeds back to the screen without as much embarrassment as you’d think.

Adam Sandler’s remake, “Mr. Deeds,” is hardly Capra,...

In “Mr. Deeds Goes to Town,” Frank Capra knew how to mix an interesting story with a corny theme about the goodness of the little guy and the corruption of the corporation. Adam Sandler’s remake, “Mr. Deeds,” is hardly Capra, but Sandler’s real-guy persona brings an affectionate Longfellow Deeds back to the screen without as much embarrassment as you’d think.

Adam Sandler’s remake, “Mr. Deeds,” is hardly Capra,...

In “Mr. Deeds Goes to Town,” Frank Capra knew how to mix an interesting story with a corny theme about the goodness of the little guy and the corruption of the corporation. Adam Sandler’s remake, “Mr. Deeds,” is hardly Capra, but Sandler’s real-guy persona brings an affectionate Longfellow Deeds back to the screen without as much embarrassment as you’d think.

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New Local Protocol Helping Treat Cases Of Sudden Cardiac Arrest

A new protocol being used in Columbus to treat sudden cardiac arrest patients has shown promising results.

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Bill Gates Addresses 'Tough Questions' On Poverty And Power

This year, Bill and Melinda Gates are doing something a little different with their annual letter . They are answering what they call some of the "toughest questions" from their foundation's critics. On the list: Is it fair that you have the influence you do? Why don't you give more to the United States? Why do you give your money away? Since its inception, the Gates Foundation has given $41.3 billion in grants, including a grant to NPR. After the letter was published on Tuesday, Bill Gates...

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