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Has 3-D technology made a difference to moviegoers?

Five years after “Avatar,” moviegoers are wary of which films they see in 3-D. Now that around 35 percent of the nation’s screens are 3-D capable, the question remains whether the impact has been as significant for the customer as for the theaters that spent millions upgrading to this format.

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Steve Paul

View from World War I looks ever grim today

In reality, the echoes of that seemingly distant conflict, World War I, are all too familiar — eerily familiar at times — and we will be often reminded of them as the next four years of remembrances pile up. The lessons are worth paying attention to.

Sam Mellinger

Royals can blame themselves for being losers at the trade deadline

The Royals were never going to make a big move before baseball’s non-waiver trade deadline Thursday. They were always going to nibble at the corners and dig in their heels with the guys on the roster. Because the Royals are stuck in what is now their new normal — not good enough to expect in the playoffs, and not bad enough to blow up and start over.

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