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  • WTCC cancels race at Sonoma

     
    Filed under: Motorsports Touring car racing has never been as popular in the United States as it has been overseas. After all, it's NASCAR that garners the lion's share of attention when it comes to tin-top racing in America. For the last couple of years,...
  • Dean Torrence of Jan and Dean gets people strumming ukuleles

    Dean Torrence of Jan and Dean gets people strumming ukuleles
    The tall, bushy-haired man who lingered with his ukulele in the doorway might have been mistaken for a stranger — one who had arrived too late for one of the room's few seats and strummed his instrument unassumingly with the class. Even the...
  • Here's what millennials want when they travel

    Here's what millennials want when they travel
    Choice Hotels, which includes Comfort Inn, Comfort Suites and Quality hotels (among others), recently surveyed millennials about their travel preferences and plans and came away with some interesting findings. For example: •Forced to choose, a...
  • Two militants blow themselves up in southern Saudi Arabia

    DUBAI (Reuters) - Two suspected al Qaeda militants blew themselves up on Saturday after being trapped inside a government building in southern Saudi Arabia, the Interior Ministry said, following an attack on a border post with Yemen that also killed...
  • Three European engineers believed kidnapped in Libya: officials

    TRIPOLI (Reuters) - Three Europeans working for an Italian construction company have probably been kidnapped in Libya, officials from the Libyan and Italian governments said on Sunday. Libya has seen a rise in kidnappings of diplomats, foreigners and...
  • Six people killed during attacks on Saudi-Yemeni border post

    DUBAI (Reuters) - At least six people, including a suicide bomber and two security personnel, were killed at a Saudi-Yemeni border crossing on Friday, in attacks that highlighted the threat posed by militants to the security of both nations. Saudi...
  • Newport Harbor High pep squad brings back top award from London

    Newport Harbor High pep squad brings back top award from London
    Members of the Newport Harbor High School Pep Squad did their best to make sure London remembered the girls from Newport Beach. The Newport Harbor pep squad members took home the top prize after traveling to London for the International Tournament of...
  • Plenty new to enjoy in Oceanside, Calif.

    Plenty new to enjoy in Oceanside, Calif.
    Oceanside rarely makes the list of best places for a Southern California beach getaway. This rough-around-the-edges town may not have the panache of La Jolla or the Rodeo Drive-ish allure of Newport Beach, but what it lacks in bells and whistles it...
  • Clothing-optional holidays: Nudists on cruises

    The right to bare arms, legs and other body parts AMERICANS are, on the whole, much more squeamish about public nudity than Europeans. Even a toddler frolicking naked on a sunny beach attracts disapproving frowns. No federal law bars public nudity,...
  • 'Full House' family reunites to chronicle Dave Coulier's wedding

    'Full House' family reunites to chronicle Dave Coulier's wedding
    The house was almost full again! "Full House" star Dave Coulier reunited a handful of the sitcom's cast at his wedding to fiance Melissa Bring on Wednesday. The comedian, who played affable Uncle Joey Gladstone on the long-running sitcom, wed Bring in...
  • The best and worst states for small business: Red tape blues

    Small businesses fret less about taxes than over-regulation IAN TONER, an architect in Philadelphia, recently went to city offices for a permit to build a stoop for a client's home. The city, he learned, had just imposed new requirements: he would...