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Arts in the Afternoon: Win Some, Lose Some

3:21 PM, Apr 26, 2011 • By KELLY JANE TORRANCE
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The Spectator across the pond has taken inspiration from Washington. It offered a competition based on the Post's for the most "toe-curlingly bad analogies." The winners are here -- though I actually think this one is quite good: "The accountant had the world-weary air of a ferret that had been up so many trouser legs that life held no more surprises."

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Executives at the bankrupt Borders will get bonuses based on how much they recover for creditors.

Sony is closing its PlayStation network indefinitely while it rebuilds after a hacking attack. It's unclear yet what user information, such as credit card numbers, has been compromised.

Lindsay Lohan's next role: janitor at a morgue. Perhaps the troubled actress, who just served five hours in jail, will discuss it when she appears on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno tonight.

We didn't have these when I was young: the best educational apps for elementary students lucky enough to have the use of an iPad.

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