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  • No hope for half-gallon growlers

    No hope for half-gallon growlers
    Florida's legislature debated the terms of a proposed bill that would allow the sale of 64-ounce growlers, among other provisions for beer business, for months. The bill died when the legislative session ended May 3. Rep. Katie Edwards of Plantation...
  • CBS bets that less is more. Warner Bros. TV shakes up its ranks.

    CBS bets that less is more. Warner Bros. TV shakes up its ranks.
    After the coffee. Before my last day of upfront presentations. Phew! The Skinny: I love New York but it seems to have gotten even more crowded since I left years ago. I can't deal! Thursday's headlines include CBS's new fall schedule and a restructuring...
  • Robert Worden 1919 - 2013

    Robert Worden 1919 - 2013
    Robert Worden passed early on May 16 at 3:09 a.m. He was 93 and up until 100 days ago he pretty much went the distance on his own terms. Born at Letterman Hospital, located on the Presidio, in San Francisco and raised in Manteca, CA he grew up in the...
  • Beer getting pricey? The industry has been planning it for years

    Beer getting pricey? The industry has been planning it for years
    Hipsters are making beer more expensive, or at least that’s the argument that’s been popular the last couple of days. But the brewing industry -- run by enormous multinational conglomerates -- has been planning price hikes for years. ...
  • Yuengling's improbable journey topic of new book

    Yuengling's improbable journey topic of new book
    In 1829, David Gottlieb Yuengling established a brewery on North Centre Street in Pottsville. Almost 185 years later, the small operation has blossomed into a billion-dollar company that continues to spread around the United States. The improbable...
  • LPGA set to return to Kingsmill

    LPGA set to return to Kingsmill
    Women’s professional golf is set to return to Kingsmill in 2014 and beyond. The Williamsburg property’s two-year contract with the LPGA expired after May’s Kingsmill Championship as tournament organizers, per a directive from the...
  • Four-year agreement means LPGA tournament will stay at Kingsmill through 2017

    Four-year agreement means LPGA tournament will stay at Kingsmill through 2017
    The LPGA’s Kingsmill Championship is secure for another four years, the resort’s owner and the tour announced Tuesday, answering persistent questions about the future of women’s professional golf in Williamsburg. Kingsmill has hosted...
  • Apartments coming to site at Lake Nona

    Apartments coming to site at Lake Nona
    When a group of Winter Park investors purchased a prime corner near Lake Nona's Medical City for $9 million in 2008, they had hoped a big-box retailer would locate there. Throughout the historic downturn that followed, the group managed to hang onto the...
  • Fox sells out Super Bowl ad inventory; Hollywood presence diminished

    There will be plenty of cars and beer being hawked in the Super Bowl but fewer Hollywood movies. Fox, which has the rights to this season's NFL championship, said it has sold all the commercial inventory for the game. Although Fox won't say how much...
  • Video gambling companies betting on women

    Video gambling companies betting on women
    A wave of video gambling establishments catering to women is starting to sweep across Illinois — cozy, well-lit spots with names like Stella's Place, Emma's Eatery, Dotty's and Betty's Bistro. They're a far cry from the stereotypical male-...
  • Monorail ribbon cutting for Busch Gardens

     
    Monorail car moves forward to cut ribbon during ceremony dedicating the new Busch Gardens in Van Nuys....