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Mayo on the Side: Michael Mayo | Sun Sentinel BlogsYou never know what's going to reverberate with readers (that's right I still call them readers, not "content consumers"), but in writing about my 10-year anniversary doing a local news column for the Sun Sentinel in Sunday's paper, one line......
Maryland WeatherThis past August I marked 40 years in the newspaper business, including more than 31 years in Baltimore, first at The Evening Sun and, after 1993, at The Sun. This week will be my last. I am taking a buyout, extended by the......
KickingTiresThe Obama administration has decided against a proposal for a new letter-grade-based fuel-efficiency sticker, according to the Wall Street Journal. That sticker was a part of a pair of new proposed labels, which were first shown last August. The graded......
KickingTiresDespite limited inventory, Honda is trying to keep potential car shoppers in the fold by extending expired lease agreements and by honoring national incentive programs, even when the vehicle is not in stock, according to the Wall Street Journal. Honda.......
Tags: Honda, Acura, Vehicles, Human Interest, Inventories
Business & Pleasure of Sports | Sun Sentinel blogsHope solo recently graced the cover of Sports Illustrated. The popular U.S. and magicJack goalkeeper hinted this week that she is about to step up her game with a more revealing spread in ESPN The Magazine.......
Tags: Soccer, Sports, Patrick Willis, Football, Adrian Peterson
KickingTiresIf researchers at Tulane University have their way, old news could be a new fuel. The researchers have discovered a bacterial microbe that likes the taste of old newspapers ??? the cellulosic wood pulp that makes the paper, to be......
Maryland WeatherWhen I saw Thursday evening that this goofy story on the "changes" in the dates and names of our astrological signs was the most popular item on our Web site, I told our editors that it was badly garbled, and mostly......
Tags: Astronomy, Science, Entertainment, Gaming, Television Industry
Palm Beach Politics | Sun Sentinel blogsPalm Beach County Commissioner Burt Aaronson Tuesday gave up his push for a local ban on the sale of high-capacity ammunition magazines, like those used in last month???s Tucson shooting. Aaronson just four days earlier had called for a local......
Tags: Crimes, Gabrielle Giffords, Defense, Firearms, South Miami
Dining@LargeDevoted Bon Appetit readers, brace yourselves. The magazine is not going the way of Gourmet, the sister Conde Nast publication that folded a year ago. But it is going to New York, for reasons that sound a whole lot like......
Tags: California, New York, Periodicals
Palm Beach Politics | Sun Sentinel blogsPalm Beach County???s struggle to impose tougher local gun control measures continued Tuesday. First the County Commission did away with a long-standing prohibition against allowing guns in local parks, because the rule conflicted with state law. Then the...
Tags: Crimes, Gabrielle Giffords, South Miami, Periodicals, Florida
WatchdogHere is an article about the low number of American newspapers that will be covering the Stanley Cup finals this season . . . written in a Canadian newspaper, of course. The article quotes my boss, so you really should......
O, by the WayThere's good news and bad news for the NHL if U.S. interest in the sport can be partly gauged by the number of newspapers willing to cover the Stanley Cup Finals this year between Pittsburgh and Detroit.The good news is......
Tags: Sports, National Hockey League, Newspapers
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