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  • NASCAR schedule 2013 Sprint Cup Series

     
    NASCAR schedule 2013 Sprint Cup Series races on FOX, TNT, ESPN, ABC and SPEED. Download a FREE printable 2013 NASCAR TV schedule for the Sprint Cup Series, Nationwide Series and Camping World Truck Series! When the green flag drops on the 2013 Daytona 500...
  • How the West was fun: John Lehr of Hulu's 'Quick Draw'

    How the West was fun: John Lehr of Hulu's 'Quick Draw'
    John Lehr and Nancy Hower didn't know a lot about Westerns when they embarked on writing their new Hulu comedy, "Quick Draw." But they dug up comedy gold while researching the Old West. "It's amazing the stuff that never made it into the Westerns because...
  • Szabo: Breakers clinic is tons of fun

    Szabo: Breakers clinic is tons of fun
    I reacted quickly last month when Meg Broccolo, the Orange County Breakers' director of community relations and communications, asked me to participate in the Breakers' tennis clinic for season-ticket holders. I immediately said yes. But when Tuesday...
  • 'New Girl' writers discuss Sundance Channel's 'The Writers' Room'

    'New Girl' writers discuss Sundance Channel's 'The Writers' Room'
    They gave us a slow-motion chicken dance, Max Greenfield in a fat suit (numerous times) and the epic friend/roommate kiss. The “New Girl” writers room has kept busy concocting a steady stream of adorkable and nutty storylines for the Fox...
  • Super Bowl Ads: General Motors To Return To Big Game After 2013 Split

    General Motors, the nation's third-largest advertiser, is set to rejoin the ranks of Super Bowl advertisers after making a colorful exit from the big event in 2013. GM's Chevrolet, typically the brand in the auto company's portfolio that gets the lion'...
  • City and county's vigilance on car theft paid off [Letter]

    I enjoyed reading last week's article about the reduction in auto theft in our city and county. Representatives of government from all three branches at all levels, the industry and the public formed the Task Force headed by the then-Director of...
  • Consumer group says blue-collar workers pay more for auto insurance

    Consumer group says blue-collar workers pay more for auto insurance
    Baltimore residents with only a high school diploma and a blue-collar job often pay more for auto insurance than white-collar professionals with a college degree, according to a survey released Monday by the Consumer Federation of America. The survey...
  • Free Bloomin' Onion at Outback on Monday

    Free Bloomin' Onion at Outback on Monday
    Get a free Bloomin' Onion at Outback Steakhouse with any purchase on Monday, Nov. 19, when you mention NASCAR driver Ryan Newman's name. No coupon is necessary. Outback is one of the Rocketman's 2012 sponsors. When Newman and his souped-up Chevy place in...
  • 'Rock Center' fittingly ends with one last bit of Chelsea Clinton fluff

    It's past midnight at the end of a 14-hour workday, and a sane person would go to bed. But I feel compelled to drive a last nail into the coffin of one of the sorriest newsmagazines in the history of broadcast journalism, NBC's "Rock Center." I have...
  • J.D. Power: Customer Satisfaction With Auto Insurers Slips From Peak In 2012

    Customer satisfaction with auto insurance fell this year from a peak in 2012, but it is still relatively high compared with a decade ago, according to new survey results from J.D. Power & Associates. Overall satisfaction with auto insurance companies was...
  • Clear your cache: Websites store personal data on your Web browser

    Clear your cache: Websites store personal data on your Web browser
    Sensitive financial and healthcare information is stored on Web browsers, making it easily accessible to hackers, a new analysis has found. Web browsers – Chrome, Firefox, Safari and Internet Explorer – often save images and other content on...