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  • Inside the BRD: Lafayette shows promise in boys basketball loss to defending state champ Brunswick County

    Lafayette High wasn’t expected to beat two-time defending Group AA Division 3 state champion Brunswick County to open the boys basketball season and it didn’t. Brunswick, which has reached six consecutive state tournament finals, beat the Rams...
  • Disney loses appeal in $269-million 'Millionaire' case

    Disney loses appeal in $269-million 'Millionaire' case
    Walt Disney Co. has lost its appeal of a high-profile case concerning profits from the game show "Who Wants to be a Millionaire." The Burbank media giant was ordered by a federal jury in 2010 to pay Celador International, the British company that...
  • 'Let's Ask America' offers Baltimore casting call

    'Let's Ask America' offers Baltimore casting call
    A new TV game show, "Let's Ask America," has an open casting call in Bel Air this Friday, July 27. Contestant hopefuls must be 18 or older to apply and can try out for the show at the Harford County Farm Fair (608 Tollgate Road, Bel Air) from 3 to 8 p.m....
  • Animal advocates call on fair to end elephant rides

    Animal advocates are calling on the Orange County Fair Board to end elephant rides at the fair. Elephant experts, veterinarians and animal rights groups have written letters expressing their concerns, and they plan to testify at Thursday's meeting of the...
  • Coliseum officials made $1 million in cash payments to union

    Coliseum officials made $1 million in cash payments to union
    For at least five years, officials with the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum passed bundles of cash totaling more than $1 million to a union representative, sometimes in a suitcase packed with $100 bills. The payments, ranging from $1,400 to $187,700 each,...
  • Catching Up With former Baltimore Colts linebacker Barry Krauss

    Catching Up With former Baltimore Colts linebacker Barry Krauss
    Don't misunderstand. Barry Krauss loved Baltimore — from the crabcakes to the Inner Harbor to the rich provenance of the NFL team that picked him sixth overall in the 1979 draft. But five years later, the Colts' move to Indianapolis proved a godsend...
  • Best Movies About Poverty

     
    In tribute to Mitt Romney and the 47 percent of Americans who are hopeless freeloaders, I decided to put together a movie list of the 10 Best Movies About Poverty. This is a hard one, because there are poor people......
  • Or 'Are you smarter than a third partier?'

     
    From Yale Law professor Stephen Carter's Bloomberg View column: The economist Alex Tabarrok has proposed transforming the debates into a game show -- “So You Think You Can Be President” -- that would include segments such as this: “...
  • Sands Bethlehem Event Center's next two shows sold out, start strong Oct. run

     
    Sands Bethlehem Event Center’s next two shows events are sold out, starting a full end-of-the-month run at the arena. Heart, the group fronted by sisters Nancy and Ann Wilson and who had hits in the 1970s, ‘80s and ‘90s, starts......
  • Time for the goats problem!

     
    A strange little wrangle about probability has broken out here, so it's time to trot out the famous goats problem: You on a game show. The host shows you three doors. Behind one of the doors is a kettleful of......
  • Lies, darn lies and poll results: Who got it right on Election Day?

     
    By the time the dust finally settled on Tuesday night, President Barack Obama carried Pennsylvania by 5.2 percentage points over Republican nominee Mitt Romney. So this begs the question: Just how correct were Pennsylvania’s army of pollsters in...