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  • Sports promoter Roy Englebrecht takes the fights to the people

    Sports promoter Roy Englebrecht takes the fights to the people
    The Bee Gees are playing on Roy Englebrecht's office radio, but the 67-year-old sports promoter has a saying taped on his wall to assure he's not stuck in days gone by. "Don't judge me by my past. I don't live there anymore." Southland boxing fans...
  • When unyielding ambition challenges an unrelenting cancer

    When unyielding ambition challenges an unrelenting cancer
    Bryan Fazio, a 26-year-old Navy veteran and MBA student, has the same combination of bad luck and fierce determination as my sister. They both live with the equivalent of a death sentence, having been diagnosed years ago with cancer. And they both...
  • Three Atlanta radio hosts fired for making fun of Steve Gleason

    Three Atlanta radio hosts fired for making fun of Steve Gleason
    Three Atlanta radio hosts were fired Monday evening after making fun of former New Orleans Saints safety Steve Gleason, who is now confined to a wheelchair as he battles ALS, better known as Lou Gehrig's disease. Gleason wrote a column for Sports...
  • Conservatives, tea party leaders seek to block immigration bill

    Conservatives, tea party leaders seek to block immigration bill
    WASHINGTON – Top conservative leaders, along with tea party activists from across the nation, have crafted a letter of opposition to the Senate’s bipartisan immigration overhaul. The open letter to the Senate, which will be released Tuesday,...
  • Jean Bach dies at 94; made Oscar-nominated jazz documentary

    Jean Bach dies at 94; made Oscar-nominated jazz documentary
    Jean Bach first laid eyes on the astonishing photograph more than a decade after its 57 subjects — all illustrious figures from jazz's golden age — posed on the steps of a Harlem brownstone in the summer of 1958. The photo eventually...
  • PASSINGS: Ponciano Ponce, David 'Kidd' Kraddick

    PASSINGS: Ponciano Ponce, David 'Kidd' Kraddick
    Ponciano Ponce Actor appeared in TV drama 'Hawaiian Eye' Ponciano "Poncie" Ponce, 80, a Hawaiian-born actor who had a burst of fame in the early 1960s while appearing in the tropical TV detective drama "Hawaiian Eye," died July 19 at his Los Angeles...
  • Albert Pujols files defamation lawsuit against Jack Clark

    Albert Pujols files defamation lawsuit against Jack Clark
    Albert Pujols wasn't bluffing. The Angels slugger followed through on his threat of legal action, filing a defamation lawsuit Friday in Missouri against Jack Clark for his accusation that Pujols used performance-enhancing drugs. In the suit, Pujols...
  • Jim Nayder dies at 59; host of public radio's 'Annoying Music Show'

    Jim Nayder dies at 59; host of public radio's 'Annoying Music Show'
    Jim Nayder, a longtime fixture on Chicago public radio who was best known as the host and producer of National Public Radio's "Annoying Music Show," was found dead in his Chicago apartment Friday. He was 59. An autopsy was scheduled, but his family said...
  • Dr. Joyce Brothers dies at 85; popular TV psychologist

    Dr. Joyce Brothers dies at 85; popular TV psychologist
    Fame was never her intent, Dr. Joyce Brothers often said. She was not yet 30, new to stay-at-home motherhood and struggling to help her husband stretch his pay as a medical resident when she came up with an ambitious plan: Transform herself into a...
  • NPR chief Gary Knell is leaving for National Geographic Society

    NPR chief Gary Knell is leaving for National Geographic Society
    National Public Radio Chief Executive Gary Knell is stepping down in the fall to become president and chief executive officer of the National Geographic Society. Knell leaves NPR after less than two years on the job. In a statement to staffers, he...
  • China says it'll relax film, TV censorship; directors unimpressed

    China says it'll relax film, TV censorship; directors unimpressed
    BEIJING -- Chinese authorities said Wednesday they would relax some restrictions on film, TV and radio productions, though the immediate impact of the changes was unclear and several prominent movie directors said they did not believe the reforms were...