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  • Report Card on Legislature: C-Minus, With an Incomplete

     
    One area in which the Legislature deserves an incomplete, if not a failing grade, is in public education....
  • Fuss and feathers

     
    Nicholas Kristof of the New York Times penned an unappetizing column the other day: My topic today is a pair of new scientific studies suggesting that poultry on factory farms are routinely fed caffeine, active ingredients of Tylenol and Benadryl,......
  • Food FYI: Egg farmers seek new rules for treatment of chickens

     
    Food FYI: Egg farmers seek new standards for treatment of chickens...
  • Chuey Martinez brings “All You Can Meat” to Travel Channel

     
    Meat. It’s a word that insires passion in many directions. Some are against it. Some can’t get enough of it. And then there are people like Chuey Martinez, for whom it’s virtually a way of life. Martinez, radio DJ and host of ESPN’...
  • CMT reveals new cast (and some rejects) of “Redneck Island” Season 2

     
    Steve Austin will be back for Season 2 of CMT's Redneck Island when the competition series kicks up again starting Nov. 10 at 9pm ET/PT. The 10-episode season is again billed as a “redneck-style competition series,” and this time the...
  • Cowboy life: It's real ranchy

    Cowboy life: It's real ranchy
    ANTIMONY, Utah — Dinner wasn't for another hour, so when I arrived at the Rockin' R Ranch, the cowboy-hatted, stubble-chinned guy behind the front desk asked what I wanted to do. "Take a horse out in the arena?" he said. "Quick trail ride? Go...
  • Dude ranches: Roping, riding and karaoke

    Dude ranches: Roping, riding and karaoke
    Nearly two decades have passed since tough-as- nails trail boss Curly Washburn hurled insults at the three "City Slickers" who invaded his turf, a Colorado cattle ranch, in search of a Wild West adventure. The 1991 movie, which earned Jack Palance a...
  • Paris is unbeatable for culture, strolling

    Paris is unbeatable for culture, strolling
    Aaron Zigman's music isn't as flashy as the designer wardrobe that Sarah Jessica Parker wears in " Sex and the City 2," opening in theaters May 27. But his score does set the tone for the film, whether Carrie and her girls are in New York City or...
  • Wild Orlando: Outdoor adventures abound in Central Florida

    Wild Orlando: Outdoor adventures abound in Central Florida
    On a recent, chilly evening, I looked up and saw more stars than I ever had in the Florida sky. I was 45 feet above the ground and my heart was racing. Then, I stepped off my platform into an inky abyss. I could barely see the glimmer of a swamp below....
  • Feds reject new territory for Florida panthers

    Feds reject new territory for Florida panthers
    A petition to reintroduce the Florida panther to part of its historic range in northern Florida and southern Georgia was rejected Friday by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, ¬†even though the agency’s own recovery plan calls for expanding the...
  • Marian Manners, Prudence Penny, the first celebrity cooks

    Marian Manners, Prudence Penny, the first celebrity cooks
    Tune the television to so many rapid-fire cooking shows today, and it seems eventually you're bound to witness some kind of shouting match. It's enough to make the stomach nostalgic for the kinder, simpler days of Marian Manners and Prudence Penny, the...