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NEW YORK (AP) —
made an unlikely andpuzzling appearance on ESPN’s “Saturday Night Football”halftime show.The rap superstar, who has a new album out in the fall,appeared to promote his new single and video, “Berzerk.”Sitting with
, Emi-nem seemed at first slightly confused, with his mouthhanging open.Eminem rarely does interviews, and certainly not live onESPN. Musburger asked him questions about his music andreferred to him by his given name, Marshall Mathers.Said Eminem: “Live TV freaks me out a little bit.”But he soon seemed to relax, saying “Berzerk” would bethe new theme of “SNF.”
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Former Grateful Dead drum-mer
has a new piece of equipment accompa-nying him on his latest tour — a cap fitted with electrodesthat capture his brain activity and direct the movements of a light show while he’s jamming on stage.The sensor-studded headwear is an outgrowth of col-laboration between Hart, a Sonoma County resident whoturns 70 on Wednesday, and Adam Gazzaley, a University of California, San Francisco neuroscientist who studies cogni-tive decline and prevention.The subject has been an interest of the musician’s sincethe late 1980s, when he saw his grandmother dealing with Alzheimer’s disease. When he played the drums for her, hesays she became more responsive.
TORONTO (AP) —
continued to evolvefrom his Harry Potter character with bold new roles, andhe’s brought three of them to the Toronto InternationalFilm Festival. While they cover some adult themes like murder andhomosexuality, Radcliffe says his current roles are not partof some strategy to abandon his past. Rather they’re aboutdoing what actors do best: “Take chances.”Radcliffe told The Associated Press on Saturday that hegoes by his instincts and makes the kind of films that he would want to see.
: Actress Sylvia Miles is 79. Actor Topolis 78.College Football Hall of Famer and former NFL playerJoe Theismann is 64. Actor Tom Wopat is 62. Actress AngelaCartwright is 61. Actor Hugh Grant is 53. Actress ConstanceMarie is 48. Actor David Bennent is 47. Actor Adam Sandleris 47. Model Rachel Hunter is 44. Actor Eric Stonestreet is 42. Actor Henry Thomas is 42. Pop-jazz singer Michael Buble’ is38. Actress Michelle Williams is 33. Actress Julie Gonzalo is32. Country singer-songwriter Hunter Hayes is 22.
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Hi Lo Prc Otlk Albany,N.Y. 72 62 Clr Albuquerque 88 64 PCldy Amarillo 94 64 PCldy Anchorage 61 51 .31 Cldy Asheville 80 59 PCldy Atlanta 91 68 PCldy Atlantic City 86 64 Clr Austin 91 72 Cldy Baltimore 89 65 .01 Cldy Billings 76 55 1.32PCldy Birmingham 91 67 PCldy Bismarck 78 63 .34 RainBoise 83 58 Clr Boston 78 64 Clr Brownsville 88 75 1.27 RainBuffalo 67 60 .01 Cldy Burlington,Vt. 65 54 .31PCldy Casper 89 56 Cldy Charleston,S.C. 89 68 Clr Charleston,W.Va. 87 61 PCldy Charlotte,N.C. 89 61 PCldy Cheyenne 86 58 RainChicago 76 72 Cldy Cincinnati 88 65 PCldy Cleveland 75 68 Cldy Columbia,S.C. 94 65 Clr Columbus,Ohio 84 68 Cldy Concord,N.H. 68 58 Clr Dallas-Ft Worth 97 72 Clr Dayton 89 66 Cldy Denver 93 60 Cldy Des Moines 91 73 Clr Detroit 75 69 Cldy Duluth 66 56 RainEl Paso 93 73 PCldy Evansville 80 70 .01PCldy Fairbanks 55 48 .14 Cldy Fargo 70 60 1.16 RainFlagstaff 63 53 .99 RainGrand Rapids 78 66 Cldy Great Falls 73 55 .01PCldy Greensboro,N.C. 87 65 PCldy Hartford Spgfld 78 62 Clr Helena 75 59 .04PCldy Honolulu 90 76 PCldy Houston 90 73 PCldy Indianapolis 89 69 Cldy Jackson,Miss. 96 66 .03 Clr Jacksonville 87 69 Clr Juneau 59 54 .91 Cldy Kansas City 100 72 Clr Key West 88 79 RainLas Vegas 87 71 .04 Cldy Little Rock 101 72 PCldy Los Angeles 84 65 PCldy Louisville 91 73 PCldy Lubbock 93 64 PCldy Memphis 98 74 Cldy Miami Beach 88 76 1.00PCldy Midland-Odessa 93 71 Cldy Milwaukee 72 67 Cldy Mpls-St Paul 77 67 PCldy Nashville 91 69 Cldy New Orleans 91 72 .05 Clr New York City 83 68 Clr Norfolk,Va. 88 63 Cldy North Platte 101 65 Clr Oklahoma City 97 70 Clr Omaha 92 67 Clr Orlando 91 74 PCldy Pendleton 80 52 Clr Philadelphia 83 68 .01 Clr Phoenix 88 82 .36 RainPittsburgh 80 66 Cldy Portland,Maine 69 57 .01 Clr Portland,Ore. 84 60 PCldy Providence 79 63 Clr Raleigh-Durham 88 63 PCldy Rapid City 85 64 .01 Clr Reno 92 55 Clr Richmond 90 65 Cldy Sacramento 101 58 Clr St Louis 85 73 .41PCldy St Petersburg 92 76 .07PCldy Salt Lake City 77 65 .34PCldy San Antonio 93 75 Cldy San Diego 79 69 PCldy San Francisco 74 57 Clr San Juan,P.R. 92 75 .40 Cldy Santa Fe 86 59 PCldy St Ste Marie 68 51 Cldy Seattle 80 59 Clr Shreveport 99 70 PCldy Sioux Falls 82 67 PCldy Spokane 74 49 .05 Clr Syracuse 66 59 .40 Clr Tampa 92 75 PCldy Topeka 104 73 Clr Tucson 84 74 .03 Rain Tulsa 99 77 Clr Washington,D.C. 91 69 Cldy Wichita 101 70 Clr Wilkes-Barre 74 61 Clr Wilmington,Del. 86 66 PCldy National Temperature ExtremesHigh Sunday 110 at Death Valley, Calif.Low Sunday 28 at Stanley, Idahom — indicates missing information.
SundayHigh: 87; low: 71Record high for today’s date:102 degrees in 1925, 1939.Record low for today’s date:43 degrees in 1949.
River, lake stages
Kansas City 9.89Boonville 6.68 Jefferson City 5.93Hermann 5.58Lake of the Ozarks 659.48
For the 24 hours ending at 7 p.m., the National Weather Service reported:Sunday: 0.46 The record on this date:1.37 inches in 1926.Month: 0.47Normal for month: 1.36 Year: 29.63Normal for year: 29.04
Sunset today 7:27 p.m.Sunrise tomorrow 6:46 a.m.
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Stormy Start To The Week From Arizona To Minnesota
Strong to severe thunderstorms will accompany a low pressuresystem crossing the Upper Midwest, and some record heat will bepossible south of this system. Look for wet weather in theSouthwest and Rockies, as well.
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Today will be partly cloudy and hot with a high in themid-90s and southwest winds at 10-15 mph. Skiesshould remain clear tonight, and lows will be around 70with light wind. Tuesday will be continued mostly sunny and hot againwith a high in the mid-90s and southwest wind around15 mph.Wednesday will be mostly sunny and hot, but there isa chance of storms that night.
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From The Associated Press
Mayor Francis Slaysays he sees pockets of success at boththe charter schools he aggressively pro-motes and in city schools that sometimescompete with the charters. Slay has spentnearly seven years cultivating some char-ter schools intended to provide parentswith a reason to stay in the city ratherthan move to suburban school districts.His efforts come in a city in which threeout of four public schools are failing.
SEPTIC TANK REMAINS:
Two morepeople have been charged in connectionwith the killing of a tattoo artist whoseremains were found this summer in aseptic tank.
The White House assertsthat a “common-sense test” dictates theSyrian government is responsible for achemical weapons attack that PresidentBarack Obama says demands a U.S.military response. But Obama’s top aidesays the administration lacks “irrefutable,beyond-a-reasonable-doubt evidence”that skeptical Americans, including law-makers who will start voting on militaryaction this week, are seeking.
More and more parents aretelling their kids to stay home the day ofstandardized tests. They’re opposed tostandardized tests for many reasons anddon’t want kids taking them. Some saythey’re being used to measure teacherperformance and fear testing narrowsthe curriculum.
Benjamin Jealous,the president and CEO of the NationalAssociation for the Advancement of Col-ored People, says he plans to step downby the end of the year. He says he intendsto pursue teaching at a university andspending time with his young family.
Diana Nyad’s 110-mileswim from Cuba to Florida has generatedpositive publicity and adoration for the64-year-old endurance athlete — alongwith skepticism from the small com-munity of marathon swimmers, someof whom are questioning whether sheaccomplished the feat honestly.
A 107-year-old man killed instandoff when Arkansas SWAT officerssay he shot at them in home.
Smoke billowed in thesky as Egyptian helicopter gunships rock-eted suspected Islamic militant hideoutsin the lawless northern Sinai Peninsulafor a second day on Sunday, killing 11suspected fighters as part of the largestmilitary offensive in the region in years.
: Afghan officials accusedNATO of killing civilians in an airstrikethat left at least 10 dead in the country’sremote east.
A charming bungalow at 938 Fair-mount Blvd., has been fixed up to win the Golden Hammer Award.
Tracie’s side crunch
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Evans’ garden grows
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