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  • German newspapers' websites react boldly to World Cup victory

    German newspapers' websites react boldly to World Cup victory
    The German team earned a reputation for calm and collected goal celebrations throughout the tournament. But Sunday, Germany let loose after being crowned World Cup champions, so German newspapers tried to capture the joy in the form of passionate,...
  • Four candidates vie for Broward Circuit Judge Group 16 spot

    Four candidates are in the running to replace retiring Broward Circuit Judge Mel Grossman in the Aug. 26 primary election. Dennis Bailey, Andrea Ruth Gundersen, Rhoda Sokoloff and Russell Thompson are on the ballot in the non-partisan race. If no one...
  • Chan Lowe: FPL gets approval for more nukes

    Chan Lowe: FPL gets approval for more nukes
    One of the advantages of working at a newspaper office in downtown Oklahoma City during the early ’80s was that I could pop over to the federal courthouse during my lunch hour and sit in on a trial.   The most memorable of these was the civil...
  • Kickstarter campaign draws $50,000 for a potato salad. What's next?

     Kickstarter campaign draws $50,000 for a potato salad. What's next?
    An Ohio man recently asked people on the Internet to give him money to make some potato salad. He wanted $10 but wound up with nearly $50,000 and counting. That's bad news for potatoes but good news for Zack Brown, who used the fundraising website...
  • Louis B. Fleming dies at 85; one of Los Angeles Times' first foreign correspondents

    Louis B. Fleming dies at 85; one of Los Angeles Times' first foreign correspondents
    Louis B. Fleming, who was one of The Times' first foreign correspondents and established bureaus for the newspaper at the United Nations and in Rome, died Sunday at his Pasadena home after a brief illness, said a daughter, Leni Fleming. He was 85. He...
  • Printers Row Journal subscription levels

    Printers Row Journal subscription levels
    -------------------- Subscribe now -------------------- Printers Row Journal is the Chicago Tribune’s premium Sunday book section. It features book reviews, author interviews, a weekly work of short fiction and a whole lot more. Choose the...
  • Kale deficit may spur new headline-worthy food fad

    Kale deficit may spur new headline-worthy food fad
    Great news, everybody. We're running out of kale! Well, perhaps "running out" is a bit strong. News reports have been vacillating between "global kale shortage" and a less apocalyptic assessment that the seed supply "is very, very tight." Either way,...
  • Celebrating Us

    All of us at the Jewish Journal just completed our very special “Double-Chai Anniversary” edition, and I’m proud to say all the hard work putting it together really paid off. The anniversary edition, celebrating 36 years of Jewish...
  • Journal Communications, E.W. Scripps agree to combine, swap

    Journal Communications, E.W. Scripps agree to combine, swap
    The Wall Street Journal is reporting: E.W. Scripps Co. and Journal Communications Inc., parent of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, said Wednesday night they have struck a deal to put newspaper operations into one company and their broadcast assets into...
  • Steppenwolf more than a band to these veterans

    Steppenwolf more than a band to these veterans
    In 1969, John Kay was on a ride with Steppenwolf. And so was Don Clark. Kay's ride was one that much of America shared vicariously. When Dennis Hopper's seminal biker movie "Easy Rider" hit theaters, it sported Steppenwolf's hit "Born to Be Wild" on the...
  • Obama puts politics first, border security second

    Obama puts politics first, border security second
    By Jonah Goldberg All you need to do is look at the headlines out of Central America to see why tens of thousands of children are ending up at our border. "In Columbia (sic), Rising Violence Breeds New Doubts" (The New York Times); "Guatemala Seen...