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Here we go -- second week with these All-Stars. I hate Brooke's dress from mid-thigh down. It's like a cute dress got attacked by an unraveled loofah. Tom jokes that Pamela went home and left behind a "trail of body glitter." Melissa Rycroft & Tony...
The Baltimore SunAlex Len’s command of English has improved enough that Maryland made the 7-foot-1 Ukrainian center available to the media today for the first time. I will have a full-length story on Len later today with lots more details. In the meantime, here...
Tags: Sports, Basketball, Mark Turgeon, Jackie Chan
— Bulkier and more self-assured, Maryland center Alex Len appears poised for a breakout season after an uneven freshman year in which he said he struggled to adjust to the physical nature of the American game and to understand play calls because...
I am disappointed that Costa Mesa United decided to cancel its City Council candidate forum. I was very much looking forward to discussing issues relating to youth sports, activities and academics. One reason given for the cancellation was that two...
Tags: Sports, Landforms, Local Elections, Elections, Basketball
DUBLIN — Time and again in August, Brian Kelly returned to the same toehold while entering his third season as Notre Dame coach: At last, it is his team. That may be true. What also may be true is that success and failure fall directly on his...
email@example.comThe Olympics bring people together, which is why Harvey Jewett likes going to them. The Aberdeen businessman has attended seven Olympics, including the recent Summer Olympics in London. He likes to mix with people from around the world. In...
There’s talent within the Caltech men’s water polo program. But Coach Joshua Moser isn't sure whether others realize it yet. The fifth-year coach understands the Beavers’ record does not support that claim. After all, they finished...
MANKATO, Minn. - The NFL season starts for Minnesota on Sept. 9, barely eight months after Adrian Peterson had reconstructive surgery on his ripped-up left knee. Despite the medical advances that have made comebacks from anterior cruciate ligament...
We've always appreciated that "Naked Gun" joke, where Leslie Nielsen says he likes his sex like he likes his basketball: "One-on-one and with as little dribbling as possible." With the 2012 Summer Olympics kicking off Friday, this got us thinking about...
TV SPORTS SATURDAY Olympics-Women's Soccer, United States vs. Colombia, Brazil vs. New Zealand, France vs. North Korea; Beach Volleyball, Women's Volleyball, China vs. Serbia; Equestrian; Women's Handball, Norway vs. France; Women's Shooting; Men's...
firstname.lastname@example.orgBetsy Everman, a teacher at Woodlawn Elementary School, is somewhat of an Olympic veteran because of her brother, Scott Givens. Givens is president of FiveCurrents, a creative and production firm that produces stadium spectacles, broadcasts, corporate...
Tags: 2012 Summer Olympics, Super Bowl, Fish and Chips, Sports, Soccer
The Hartford CourantRafalca, the horse co-owned by Ann Romney and ignored by Mitt, is in London competing in the Olympic event called dressage. Finally over jet lag. If you think flying coach is bad, I had to stand the whole way. Airplane food is terrible, even in horse...
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