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  • Kate Upton cheers on beau Justin Verlander despite Tigers' loss

    Kate Upton cheers on beau Justin Verlander despite Tigers' loss
    Call Kate Upton a devoted fan -- a devoted fan of her man, that is. The curvaceous Sports Illustrated Swimsuit model was photographed in the stands on Friday cheering for her beau, Justin Verlander, a pitcher for the Detroit Tigers, as his team was...
  • Is today's feminism too trendy?

     Is today's feminism too trendy?
    Like the cicada, which lies dormant for 13 or 17 years and then suddenly makes a cacophonous comeback, feminism is having a moment. It's announcing itself on magazine covers, dominating discussions on culture blogs and, in one case, making itself known in...
  • Should voters OK Amendment 1?: Front Burner

    Should voters OK Amendment 1?: Front Burner
    Should Florida's constitution set a minimum level of spending each year for water and land conservation? That's a question voters will settle by approving or rejecting Amendment 1. Almost 1 million Florida voters signed petitions to secure a spot for...
  • City spending, absent candidates draw criticism at Newport council forum

    Newport Beach City Council candidates fielded questions on a range of issues, from the budget to Measure Y, at the ninth Feet to the Fire Forum Wednesday night. But the empty seats next to them may have taken the most heat. Early in the debate, the...
  • Is feminism's current moment all slogan and no change?

    Like the cicada, which lies dormant for 13 or 17 years and then suddenly makes a cacophonous comeback, feminism is having a moment. It's announcing itself on magazine covers, dominating discussions on culture blogs and, in one case, making itself known in...
  • Editor of Southland-based magazine wants to share immigrants' stories

    Editor of Southland-based magazine wants to share immigrants' stories
    At a recent cocktail mixer for minority business owners at a hotel in Santa Ana, all action seemed to swirl around Pamela Anchang. Striking in a gray floral dress and a chunky beaded necklace from Cameroon, the Central African nation she came from 20...
  • WNPR's McEnroe Celebrates Show's 5th Anniversary

    WNPR's McEnroe Celebrates Show's 5th Anniversary
    There was the Beach Boy sing-a-long, the Bill Curry look-alike contest and lots of sincere good wishes and tongue-in-cheek laughs at Infinity Hall Tuesday as WNPR personality/show host and Courant columnist Colin McEnroe threw a bash to celebrate the...
  • Hartford Restaurateur On Food Network, Lifetime's Project Runway Winner in Hartford

    Hartford Restaurateur On Food Network, Lifetime's Project Runway Winner in Hartford
    It’s autumn and that means well-known Connecticut personalities are back in the groove with new projects that bring new exposure. Master floral designer extraordinaire Ruth Loiseau of Suffield, has launched a new magazine, Couture Flowers. Well-...
  • Instant analysis of the Ravens' 21-7 win over the Titans in Week 10

    Instant analysis of the Ravens' 21-7 win over the Titans in Week 10
    Baltimore Sun reporters, columnists and editors share their immediate reaction to the Ravens' game against the Tennessee Titans in Week 10 at M&T Bank Stadium. Jeff Zrebiec, reporter: Sure, the Ravens weren't overly impressive. Their defense started...
  • How a crash and burn can reignite your career

    Sometimes, you have a bad day at the office. Sometimes you have a very bad day at the office. And then you have Terri Lynn Land, who, on Election Day, had an extremely terrible, horrible, no-good unbelievably very bad day running for office. Land was the...
  • Time for change on death with dignity

    Time for change on death with dignity
    I've been writing columns here for over 30 years, and I doubt any story affected me quite like that of Roswell Gilbert. Many of you never heard of Roswell Gilbert. His story was huge national and even international news, but that's back in the mid-...