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  • Back To Tennessee: The Oxford American's Annual Southern Music Issue Just Made 2013 Better

    Back To Tennessee: The Oxford American's Annual Southern Music Issue Just Made 2013 Better
    Sometimes it seems like we’ve reached a peak-oil situation with regard to good, old, formerly unknown or obscure music: the great stuff has been located, mined and hauled to the surface. Now there are only little pockets left to be blasted out and...
  • Hyundai Elantra - 40 MPG?

    Hyundai Elantra - 40 MPG?
    I’ve been spending a lot of time at my parents’ house in Massachusetts lately. Many people have been coming and going in that house including Sherry, the housekeeper and Erica, my mother’s nurse. Sherry and Erica recently bought the...
  • Higginson: Fool me twice, head to the Super Bowl

    Fool me once, shame on me. Fool me twice, head to the Super Bowl. I love Coach Belichick and Tom Brady. They're my role models, representing the pinnacle of everything that's good about sports. It's fitting that they play for the Patriots, because...
  • Plus-size model in Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue is barely progress

     Plus-size model in Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue is barely progress
    I want to be excited about plus-size model Ashley Graham appearing in Sports Illustrated's upcoming swimsuit issue. I really do. But a couple of things are holding me back. First, she's in an ad. So unlike the models who get paid to appear on the...
  • Five ways to empower kids to see behind photo spreads

    Five ways to empower kids to see behind photo spreads
    Walk past a supermarket checkout stand and you can’t help but see models and celebs in bikinis and slinky outfits plastered across magazine covers. Tween favorites like Katy Perry and Beyoncé appear all over the Internet in glamorous outfits with...
  • Ad in SI swimsuit edition features plus-size bikini model

    Ad in SI swimsuit edition features plus-size bikini model
    When Sports Illustrated's 2015 swimsuit issue hits newsstands next week the standard-issue bikini babes will be accompanied by at least one model whose body is closer to that of the average American woman -- plus-size model Ashley Graham. But don't...
  • Kerry Washington's lighter skin on cover of InStyle prompts complaints

    Kerry Washington's lighter skin on cover of InStyle prompts complaints
    Handle it, InStyle. Kerry Washington took to social media late Wednesday to gush about her March cover for the magazine, but her skin tone in an image she posted on Instagram and Twitter appeared significantly lighter than in real life. The difference...
  • Cut Fla. corporate income tax?: Front Burner

    Cut Fla. corporate income tax?: Front Burner
    Gov. Rick Scott put a bull's-eye on Florida's corporate income tax when he first ran for governor in 2010. The tax is still around. But so is the bull's-eye. Scott's economic policy proposals in 2010 included phasing out the state's 5.5 percent tax on...
  • Ina Lee reflects on tourism as her TravelHost magazine marks 35 years

    Ina Lee reflects on tourism as her TravelHost magazine marks 35 years
    Anyone who knows Ina Lee would agree she's woven into the fabric of Greater Fort Lauderdale's tourism. For decades she has provided tourists and residents with information about attractions, dining and entertainment options through her publication...
  • Sports Illustrated reveals latest swimsuit cover

    Sports Illustrated reveals latest swimsuit cover
    Hannah Davis is the latest cover model for Sports Illustrated's swimsuit edition. The magazine revealed the SI Swimsuit 2015 cover Wednesday night on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon." The cover shot was taken by Ben Watts at Tennessee's...
  • Hopkins president Daniels urges investment in 'next generation of science'

    Hopkins president Daniels urges investment in 'next generation of science'
    The "next generation of science" is at risk unless major changes are made to increase opportunities for young researchers, Johns Hopkins University President Ronald Daniels wrote in a scientific journal article published Tuesday. Only 1 percent of...