L.L. Bean Publishes Ad That's Only Visible In SunlightIf you want to see L.L. Bean's new ad, you're going to have to step outdoors. The company published an ad in The New York Times on Friday using ink that can only be seen when exposed to sunlight.
Print Newspapers Are Dead? Not After Historic ElectionsRemembering the frenzy for old-fashioned papers the morning after Barack Obama's historic win in 2008, newspapers are printing extra copies and setting up temporary retail stands this year.
9/12 Newspaper Signed By 5 Presidents Nets $11,000A front page of The New York Times from September 12, 2001, showing the burning World Trade Center and autographed by five U.S. presidents sold for $11,000 on Wednesday at an auction of presidential papers.
Longtime Texas Cartoonist Etta Hulme Dies Etta Hulme, a onetime Walt Disney animator who went on to a 36-year career as editorial cartoonist for the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, has died at her Arlington home. She was 90.
Other Parts of the Paper: Peeping Toms and Mountain LionsA huge mountain lion is taking over Whitesboro, plus the gang discusses what to do in the hypothetical event that a nude peeping tom is peering inside your home.
United Methodist Paper Publishes Last EditionA newspaper that has chronicled United Methodist church affairs in Texas since its days as a republic is publishing its last edition.
'Dear Abby' Advice Columnist Dies At Age 94Pauline Friedman Phillips, who under the name of Abigail Van Buren wrote the long-running "Dear Abby" advice column, has died. She was 94.
"The Daily" Doomed By Dull Content & IsolationIt was too expensive. It lacked editorial focus. It was cut off from the internet. That's the obituary being written about "The Daily," the iPad newspaper that is being shut down.
Parents Put Ad In Paper As Daughters Punishment