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Scripps Howard News Service LIFESTYLE budget

Scripps Howard News Service

Here is the Scripps Howard News Service LIFESTYLE budget for Tuesday, July 10, 2012. If you have questions or comments, reach SHNS editors at 202-408-1484. For all SHNS content and archives, visit our website at www.shns.com.

SHARON RANDALL

RANDALL10 (Randall, SHNS; Column) -- I'm starting to look almost human again. Three weeks ago, I wasn't sure I ever would. Today I tried a little lipstick. It made my mouth look like a fire hydrant, but I didn't care. Any sign of healing is good medicine, a kind of healing in itself. 700.

ENTERTAINMENT

CELEBRITIES

PROFILE-COOK (Justin, Minneapolis Star Tribune) -- High Profile. LOS ANGELES: Rachael Leigh Cook was chatting in a hotel lobby about her supporting role as a tough-as-nails FBI agent in TNT's new drama "Perception" when she heard that Wilson Phillips was singing in an adjacent ballroom. "Let's go!" she said, dashing over without hesitation. The Minneapolis native's appreciation for the 1990s pop trio is telling. 900. With photos: SH12G059PROFILECOOK, SH12G060PROFILECOOK.

PROFILE-STARR (Burger, Salt Lake Tribune) -- High Profile. Ringo Starr has just turned 72 and is still finding a way to be "useful" in the music business. 500.

WARHOL-WHYSOUP (Kalson, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette) -- Fifty years ago, Andy Warhol debuted his paintings of Campbell's Soup cans. His iconic work has outlasted its critics -- the original series has been in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York City since 1996. But still, no one can answer the question: Why soup? 900.

FILMS

BEASTSWILD-FILM (Covert, Minneapolis Star Tribune) -- Shot on a low budget with non-actors, the wondrous "Beasts of the Southern Wild" defies the odds in becoming a sensation, and is steadily gaining momentum, and seems on track to earn a cluster of Oscar nominations. 950. With photos: SH12G049BEASTSWILD, SH12G050BEASTSWILD.

SUMMER-FILM (Guzman, Newsday) -- Doesn't it seem like summer just got here? At the movies, though, the season is almost over. Here are five lessons learned from this summer's season. 950.

OTHER ENTERTAINMENT

TELEVISIONQA-TV10 (Owen, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette) -- Readers ask about "Morning Express," ''NCIS," CSI: Miami" and more. 450.

GAMEON-VID10 (Campbell, SHNS; Game On column) -- Checking out "Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy" and "Gravity Crush." 550. With photos: SH12G053GAMEON, SH12G054GAMEON.

COMICS10 (Smith, SHNS; Captain Comics column) -- When I think of how amazingly versatile comics are, I think of publishers like Archaia Entertainment. It has just published six graphic novels -- none involving superheroes, no two remotely alike, and all of them beautifully done. 750. With photos: SH12G051COMICS, SH12G052COMICS.

LIVING

FOOD AND RECIPES

BUTTERCAKE (Folkman, Tampa Bay Times) -- A rich and gooey butter-cake recipe. 600. With photo: SH12G047BUTTERCAKE.

GOODFASTFOOD (Rodriguez, Tampa Bay Times) -- Why do we think nutritious food can't be fast? In less time than it takes to get in your car, drive to the fast-food restaurant, place the order, eat it and drive back, you can prepare a healthy meal that you'll feel good about. It can even be faster than calling a pizza joint and waiting for delivery. 750.

TIME2SAVE10 (Kasey Trenum, Time2saveworkshops.com, Time2Save column) -- Tips for overcoming a big hurdle for new couponers: disorganization. 450. With photo: SH12G061TIME2SAVE. (Editors: This is also listed on the News-Biz sked. It is moving category l.)

ASKFOOD10 (Food Network Kitchens -- Column) -- Getting food stains out of clothes. 300.

FOODTIPS10 (Food Network Kitchens -- Column) -- Make the most of leftovers. 200.

TRAVEL

MADRID (Spencer, Minneapolis Star Tribune) -- Many things recommend Madrid as a vacation destination, even if its economic turmoil hasn't turned it into a bargain hunter's paradise. But make sure you see it in its best light -- Spain's capital city shows off its grand spirit best after evening. 800. With sidebar: MADRIDSIDE. With photos: SH12G055MADRID, SH12G056MADRID, SH12G057MADRID, SH12G058MADRID.

DEARTRIPADVISOR10 (Carlin, TripAdvisor.com) -- An airport-security-line question ... The business center at a hotel is intended as a courtesy for guests ... Don't try to upgrade to first class on your own. 400.

BIGHORN-SHEEP (Prettyman, Salt Lake Tribune) -- Blame humans for the first time desert bighorn sheep disappeared from Utah's Zion National Park. The second time, the animals wandered off on their own. But now, they're back. 500. (Editors: This is also listed on the Sports sked. It is moving category s.)

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