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  • Emilio Alcalde, Krishna Mahon, A&E Ole Networks Brazil, on Brazil's Pay TV Market

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - A&E Ole Networks - a joint venture between AETN and Ole Communications - operates channels such as A&E, History and Bio across Latin America, playing an important role in circulation of US and domestic programming throughout...
  • Showcasing sacred Jewish community's history

    Showcasing sacred Jewish community's history
    An exhibit featuring video, historical photographs, documents and sacred objects showcases the history of a Reform synagogue in Coral Gables. This exhibit, "Temple Judea: Building a sacred Jewish Community in the City Beautiful," is now on display at...
  • Black troops proved their mettle in brutal Civil War battle

    When the troops of Brig. Gen. Charles Paine's Third Division crossed the James River at Deep Bottom on Sept. 29, 1864, they were not the first Union men to face the formidable Confederate defenses at New Market Heights near Richmond. Twice before, the...
  • Flyers players have roots in AHL

    Flyers players have roots in AHL
    When the first puck dropped at the PPL Center, the Lehigh Valley Phantoms and Philadelphia Flyers became the first professional hockey teams to play in the Valley. The Phantoms will also be extending a remarkable 19-season streak of serving as the...
  • Modern Technology Breathing New Life Into Historic East Hartford Cemetery

    Modern Technology Breathing New Life Into Historic East Hartford Cemetery
    EAST HARTFORD — The Friends of Center Cemetery was about to revamp its 20-year-old walking tour booklet when it occurred to Ray Tubbs, the group's president, that the printed word might have a foot in the grave. People don't want printed guides...
  • San Francisco 49ers hand Philadelphia Eagles their first loss

    Just imagine, the Arizona Cardinals and Seattle Seahawks — both with a week off — relaxing on their couches Sunday and watching the NFC West-rival San Francisco 49ers circling the drain. Well, not so fast. The 49ers, in peril of their...
  • Proposed Annapolis development could have Civil War past

    Proposed Annapolis development could have Civil War past
    To many, Annapolis is a Colonial town, with its 1700s architecture and its links to four signers of the Declaration of Independence. But the state's capital also played an important role in the Civil War — a history that may coincide with a...
  • Suns sign Morris twins to extensions

    The Sports Xchange EditorsNote: Adds Dragic signing Suns sign Morris twins to extensions The Phoenix Suns signed forwards Marcus Morris and Markieff Morris to multiyear contract extensions Monday reportedly worth a combined $52 million for the twin...
  • The Holder legacy [Editorial]

    The Holder legacy  [Editorial]
    Of all the offices in the federal government, the job of attorney general may be one of the toughest as well the most thankless. Eric H. Holder, who announced last week that he is stepping down as the nation's top law enforcement official six years...
  • Yale Football Connecting Past, Present; Win Over Army Huge For Program

    Yale Football Connecting Past, Present; Win Over Army Huge For Program
    NEW HAVEN — During his first two seasons as Yale's 34th head football coach, Tony Reno won eight games. But if you ask his boss, Athletic Director Tom Beckett, it was not an unproductive time. "Tony has connected this team to our history," Beckett...
  • Doctor Who Treated The Insane Likely Was Plagued By His Own Fears

    In 1823, Dr. Eli Todd, a pioneer in the treatment of the mentally ill, spearheaded the establishment of the Hartford Retreat for the Insane — now the Institute of Living. But "he had a haunting family history," says Lawrence Goodheart, a professor...