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The highly anticipated surfing industry trade show the Boardroom got the boot before its massive footprint even hit the beach, according to a news release. The consumer surfing forum put on by GLM will move from the Vans U.S. Open of Surfing in...
It's a legendary move by the Big Ten... Leading the league into a new era. When Rutgers & Maryland join the conference next year, the 14-team Big Ten will split down the middle, with two divisions of 7 teams, appropriately named east & west. Indiana,...
STURGIS, S.D. - The Sturgis Buffalo Chip is pleased to announce the Student Build Challenge motorcycle will be displayed during the 25th Annual Black Hills Motorcycle Show on April 13 and 14 at the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center in Rapid City, SD. The...
"42," writer-director Brian Helgeland's carefully tended portrait of Jackie Robinson, treats its now-mythic Brooklyn Dodger with respect, reverence and love. But who's in there, underneath the mythology? Has the movie made Robinson, a man who endured so...
Channel Guide MagazineCountry music legend George Jones died Friday at age 81, according to a news release. The Country Music Hall of Famer, Grand Ole Opry member and Kennedy Center Honoree was hospitalized last week in Nashville with fever and irregular blood pressure....
West HartfordCar enthusiasts will take a ride back in time on May 4th in Blue Back Square. The Connecticut Street Legends will transform the retail center into a car lot featuring some oldies but goodies. "So many local residents have extensive and impressive classic...
Channel Guide MagazineGOLF CHANNEL coverage of The Masters 2013 begins Monday, April 8, and includes its signature Live From The Masters program daily through Sunday. Other Masters Week programs include special editions of Morning Drive, news conferences and expanded digital...
ALBUQUERQUE — Johnny Depp was the picture of breezy relaxation as he walked bare-chested across the "Lone Ranger" film set in the high desert of New Mexico last May — despite the punishing midday glare and the pelting sand from a brewing...
Tags: Movies, FBI, Jerry Bruckheimer , The Social Network (movie) , Armie Hammer
I still hear the same dog myths today that I remember hearing as a child. Call them myths, ol' wives' tails, folklore or superstitions, but they are not true and in fact may be just bad advice. They have been passed down from the Great and Powerful OZ...
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When Mobridge native Bill Mott got started in horse racing in South Dakota in 1968, there was no way to know he would become one of the sport’s most successful and respected trainers. But that’s exactly what’s happened to the 59-year-...
ReutersApr 24 (TheWrap.com) - The Gibson Amphitheatre will close its doors in September, Live Nation Entertainment said Wednesday. The venue, which opened in 1972 as UniversalÂ Amphitheatre and is located at Universal Studios Hollywood, will be replaced by the...
Tags: Eddie Murphy, John Paul II, Music, Human Interest, Janet Jackson
With its commanding view of roof tops and tree tops stretching endlessly north, Legend Hill in Timonium is similar to most previous show houses in that it is old and stately. Legend Hill, off Timonium Road, is named for legendary Baltimore quarterback...
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