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FAU Sports | Sun Sentinel blogsMy humble apologies for not posting in a record number of days. Things like that can happen when you are tying up loose ends in a job you???ve been at for a while and are starting a new adventure.......
The Business of Sports | Sun Sentinel blogsThe University of Miami officially announced today the $5 million donation it has received toward its proposed$13.6 million center for athletic excellence. The donation from the Ted & Todd Schwartz Family Foundation will help the university build the...
Dining@LargeHere's Bob Swank's Episode 3 recap of American's Next Great Restaurant. Now we're all caught up.Johnny Carson golfswing! Last week grilled cheese operation Meltworks was the crowd favorite and has immunity. “I can make a 100,000 wraps Fran”...
KickingTiresWomen are more attracted to men who engage in frivolous spending ??? like buying exclusive supercars ??? but only briefly, according to the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. I???m sure it didn???t take a rocket scientist to figure this......
KickingTiresChildren in grandparent-driven cars are half as likely to be injured during a crash compared with car accidents that occur with the child???s own parents, according to a recent study by the American Academy of Pediatrics. The study, published in......
KickingTiresDriving a luxury car should make you feel good, right? It stands to reason that if a vehicle rides better, comes with more gadgets and features, and has one of those status-elevating branding symbols ??? say, a Mercedes-Benz, BMW or......
Tags: Vehicles, Psychology, BMW, Hyundai, Health
The Swampby Frank James With the pomp and ceremony of his inauguration as the nation's first African American commander-in-chief largely behind him, President Barack Obama was expected on his first full day in the Oval Office to take up the three......
The Swampby Rebecca Cole Hey, what about Obama's five-day rule? Congress today passed a bill expanding the State Children's Health Insurance Program, or SCHIP, allocating an additional $32.8 billion in funding for the program over the next four and a half......
The Swampby Peter Nicholas President Barack Obama has abruptly changed tactics in his bid to revive the economy, setting aside his bipartisan stance and pointedly blaming Republicans for demanding what he cast as discredited "piecemeal measures." Obama's...
Spin CycleObama has apparently broken a campaign promise that, we're embarrassed to say, we didn't even know he had made. He signed SCHIP, the State Children's Health Insurance Program, extending taxpayer supported health insurance to more kids, yesterday afternoon...
Spin CycleThe Senate added a $15,000 tax credit for homebuyers to the stimulus package even as legislators tried to trim its overall size and prepare for a vote as early as today. Obama moved into a more partisan mode as......
Tags: Private Health Care, Dick Cheney, Health, CEO Pay, Barack Obama
Reality CheckThe next season of Dancing With the Stars kicks off on March 9, which is a lot sooner than it sounds. The new cast has been announced and includes: Singer Belinda CarlisleComedian and actor David Alan GrierSinger JewelOlympic gymnast Shawn......
Tags: Health, Dancing, Entertainment, Kathy Griffin, Television
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