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  • Judith Regan's strange TV date [Updated]

     
    Former publisher Judith Regan, fired after the disastrous OJ Simpson book If I Did It, goes on a strange Millionaire Matchmaker date....
  • Question of the day: Can cycling recover from all the drug allegations? [Updated]

     
    Writers from around Tribune Co. weigh in on the topic. Check back throughout the day for more responses, and feel free to leave a comment of your own. Phillip Hersh, Chicago Tribune For a decade, I have seen professional cycling......
  • Torre reacts to Steinbrenner's death

     
    Dodgers Manager Joe Torre described the death of his former boss, New York Yankees owner George Steinbrenner, Tuesday as "very sad," and "an enormous loss." "The only thing I wanted is for him to be proud of what we did."......
  • Jose Canseco calls out Herschel Walker

     
    In between tweets about suffering a chapped rear from horseback riding and promoting himself to land a tanning salon endorsement deal in the Northridge-Chatsworth area, former baseball slugger Jose Canseco has called out former NFL running back Herschel...
  • Rodney King says boxing keeps him sober

     
    Famed beating victim Rodney King says that brawling has helped him to stay sober for well over a year. King is currently traveling the country as part of a D-list celebrity boxing league, and said the experience has kept him......
  • 'Manhood for Amateurs' by Michael Chabon

    'Manhood for Amateurs' by Michael Chabon
    Manhood for Amateurs The Pleasures and Regrets of a Husband, Father, and Son Michael Chabon Harper: 306 pp., $25.99 Over the course of 20 years and six acclaimed novels, Michael Chabon has proved one of the most imaginative fiction writers of his...
  • A dark day for the game

    A dark day for the game
    In a blow to the reputations of baseball legends, journeymen players, team owners and union representatives, an investigative report on drug use in the major leagues released Thursday by former U.S. Sen. George Mitchell blasted America's pastime for its...