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New Year's Day

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  • Clancy's Call: Picking The Florida, Louisiana, UAE Derbies

    Bob Clancy's selections for three races Saturday on the road to the Kentucky Derby on May 3 (Derby points allotted on a 100-40-20-10 basis to first four finishers): Florida Derby (Grade 1) Site: Gulfstream Park, Hallandale Beach; Post time: 6:45 p.m.;...
  • Russian dairy plant closed after workers bathe in the milk

    MOSCOW -- A Siberian dairy plant was temporarily closed Friday after its workers had been found bathing in milk, a Russian consumer oversight agency reported. Trade House Cheeses, a dairy producer in Omsk, about 1,600 miles east of Moscow, was closed...
  • Lowly Bucks complete sweep of Lakers

    MILWAUKEE — The Milwaukee Bucks are an awful team, clinging to the NBA's worst record week after week, month after month. But they can always remember one thing about this season. They swept the Lakers. It became official Thursday, 108-105,...
  • Bucks top Lakers, 108-105

    MILWAUKEE Larry Drew admitted it's tough to take any satisfaction in sweeping the Los Angeles Lakers this season. The Milwaukee Bucks achieved that feat with a 108-105 victory over the Kobe-less Lakers on Thursday night at the BMO Harris Bradley Center....
  • Bucks snap eight-game losing streak

    Bucks snap eight-game losing streak MILWAUKEE -- Victories have been few and far between for the Milwaukee Bucks this season, but they completed a season sweep of the Los Angeles Lakers on Thursday night, holding on for a 108-105 victory at the BMO...
  • As EU doors open, Bulgarian and Romanian migrants see minds closing

    BERLIN — The last time she checked, Katya Tasheva had the normal number of limbs and eyes. So she feels a nasty shock of non-recognition, she says, when German news reports warn of a coming invasion of people like her — Bulgarians — as...
  • Spending: Taxis get a run for their money

    Kiplinger's Personal Finance Ride-sharing services pair smart-phone users in need of rides with drivers willing to provide them. Services such as UberX, Lyft and Sidecar say they'll get you from point A to point B more cheaply than a cab, as long as...
  • For the love of Genji

    For the love of Genji
    The Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens' new exhibit, "Genji's World in Japanese Woodblock Prints," focuses on two books: the 11th century novel "The Tale of Genji" and its weirder, 19th century reimagining "A Rustic Genji by a Fraudulent Murasaki."...
  • Director Jim Jarmusch on the Challenges of Financing Indie Films

    About eight years ago, Tilda Swinton received a call from her director pal Jim Jarmusch on New Year's Eve, saying, "Hey man, let's make a vampire movie." "I would make any movie that Jim would propose to me, frankly," Swinton said on Wednesday night...
  • Figure skater Johnny Weir, husband Victor Voronov split, he tweets

    Figure skater Johnny Weir, husband Victor Voronov split, he tweets
    Olympic figure skater Johnny Weir has announced that he and his husband, Victor Voronov, have split. Weir, 29, an NBC commentator during the Sochi Winter Olympics, broke the news on Twitter Wednesday. "It is with great sadness that I announce that...
  • 'Citrus' will be squeezed out of Florida Citrus Bowl's name

    Citrus' days are likely numbered at the Florida Citrus Bowl. In a region where citrus was once king, one of the most prominent vestiges of that heritage — the Florida Citrus Bowl stadium — will drop "citrus" from its name. For the right...