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  • Lance Armstrong stripped of his Tour de France titles

    Lance Armstrong stripped of his Tour de France titles
    Lance Armstrong is losing the seven cycling titles that made him a legend. The International Cycling Union announced Monday that Armstrong is being stripped of his Tour de France titles. "Lance Armstrong has no place in cycling," said the union's...
  • In cycling's grand fraud, Armstrong not alone

    In cycling's grand fraud, Armstrong not alone
    So many shoes now have dropped on Lance Armstrong he has enough stock to open an Infamous Footwear store. The lies and threats that were Armstrong’s stock in trade have led just about everyone – sponsors and international sports bodies...
  • Parks and Recreation actor Nick Offerman asks men to not shave - save a million gallons of water

    Parks and Recreation actor Nick Offerman asks men to not shave - save a million gallons of water
    SPRINGFIELD, Mo -NBC's Parks and Recreation actor Nick Offerman, better known as 'Ron Swanon,' is spearheading a campaign to save water. The "Grow One, Save a Million" campaign is asking men across the country to stop shaving until June 5, 2012. The...
  • ABC sells out advertisements for Oscar telecast at near-record prices

     
    After two years of struggling to maintain pricing, sales of commercial time for this month's Academy Awards telecast have rebounded sharply, with ABC fetching prices at near-record rates. The network confirmed Thursday that it has sold out its available...
  • Goose Island brewmaster flying the coop

     
    Chicago's most well-known brewing powerhouse is going the way of St. Louis-based Bud Lite, and its brewmaster is stepping down....
  • Lots of familiar faces at Coca-Cola Park on Opening Night

     
    One of the things I like to do whenever I am at Coca-Cola Park is walk around the place. The whole place. I like to do at least one lap around the concourse level to see who's there, what's new, what smells good, and so on. Even though this wasn't the...
  • Goose Island brewer behaves badly at Bangers & Lace

     
    Just what happened at the Division Street bar last Friday? Allegations involve urine, intoxication and a prominent Chicagoan embarrassing himself....
  • Martin Guitar announced as sponsor for Vh1's Songwriters Music Series concerts

     
    Guitar maker C. F. Martin & Co. of Upper Nazareth Township will be a sponsor of the Songwriters Music Series concerts, which benefit video channel VH1’s Save The Music Foundation, Martin announced today. The series will kick off on May......
  • L.A. product Charlie Valencia fights for love of the sport

     
    With 55,000 people and an $11 million gate expected for Saturday’s UFC 129 event from Toronto, it’s easy to forget that UFC’s popularity boom is still less than six years old. When Kobe Bryant won his first NBA title, UFC......
  • Fox News advertiser asked to dump channel over gay 'slurs'

     
    Political activists who led an advertiser boycott credited with helping to cut short commentator Glenn Beck's tenure on Fox News are ready to announce a new campaign to wrench advertisers away from Fox. Media Matters for America and three gay......
  • No lack of candor from Steve Bornstein in new ESPN book

     
    While the antics of Keith Olberman and Chris Berman and old stories of bad boy behavior are getting all the attention, there's a lot of good business dirt in the new book "Those Guys Have All The Fun" about the......