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  • Society also on trial in Michael Dunn case

    Society also on trial in Michael Dunn case
    In a haunting New York Times documentary, Ron Davis, father of Jordan Russell Davis, recalls the day his son donned a hoodie and remarked on his resemblance to Trayvon Martin. Dad, he said, "That shouldn't have happened to him." Nearly nine months...
  • Best-selling author Randy Wayne White to sign copies of new novel 'Deceived' in Mount Dora

    Best-selling author Randy Wayne White to sign copies of new novel 'Deceived' in Mount Dora
    MOUNT DORA — Master Florida storyteller Randy Wayne White said some of his fans didn't want to like the heroine of his of his new novel, "Deceived." "They didn't like it because I am a male writing about a female and because they are jealous of...
  • Go Away With ... Marcus Lemonis

    Go Away With ... Marcus Lemonis
    Born in Beirut, Lebanon, Marcus Lemonis was adopted as a baby by a Greek family living in Florida. His parents were friends with former Chrysler CEO Lee Iacocca, who advised Lemonis to get into the camping and RV business. After making guest appearances...
  • Go Away With ... Lucas Grabeel

    Go Away With ... Lucas Grabeel
    Born in Springfield, Mo., actor Lucas Grabeel is based in Los Angeles these days. Best known for his work in the "High School Musical" series, films and tours, the 27-year-old actor-singer, who also had a role in the critically acclaimed film "Milk,"...
  • Go Away With ... Jason Lezak

    Go Away With ... Jason Lezak
    The 2012 London Olympics is the fourth Olympics in which American swimmer Jason Lezak, has competed. He swam in the 4x100-meter freestyle relay preliminaries, which helped the United States reach the finals, where they won a silver medal. While this...
  • Go Away With ... Jonny Moseley

    Go Away With ... Jonny Moseley
    Born in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Jonny Moseley first saw snow when his family moved to Northern California. The mogul skier would go on to compete at the 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano, Japan, where he won the first American gold of the Games. Since then,...
  • Go away with Pauline Frommer

    Go away with Pauline Frommer
    Like her father, Arthur, Pauline Frommer writes travel guidebooks. She also hosts the nationally syndicated radio program, "The Travel Show" with her dad. But when she was a teenager flying around the world with her parents, Frommer wasn't always enamored...
  • Are Americans stuck with tipping?

    Should tipping be abolished? Many are calling for just that, arguing that there’s no correlation between better service and better tips and that tips are often abused. But another question is: Can tipping be abolished? Experts -- and history --...
  • Go Away With ... Ed Viesturs

    Go Away With ... Ed Viesturs
    Ed Viesturs is regarded by many as America's foremost high-altitude mountaineer. His feats have been featured in the top-grossing IMAX documentary "Everest," which he first climbed at the age of 27. Now 54, Viesturs has written "The Mountain: My Time on...
  • Go away with Carter Oosterhouse

    Go away with Carter Oosterhouse
    HGTV's "Red, Hot and Green" host Carter Oosterhouse and his wife, actress Amy Smart, enjoy living green. So, it's fitting that the former "Trading Spaces" carpenter is one of the go-to guys when a program needs a telegenic lifestyle expert for advice on...
  • Go away with Pete Wentz

    Go away with Pete Wentz
    Fall Out Boy's Pete Wentz remembers traveling to the Bahamas as a child and getting ill on the small plane that took his family from Nassau to their destination. "I had terrible motion sickness when I was younger and I barfed into the bag," says the 33-...