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  • Book: Jerry Jones had to be 'physically restrained' from drafting Manziel

    Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones did not deny a report that he was physically restrained in the team draft room from turning in Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel as their first-round pick. Responding Tuesday to a report that Jones was restrained by...
  • Staten Island braces for march protesting death of Eric Garner

    Staten Island braces for march protesting death of Eric Garner
    All too aware of the unrest that has unfolded in Ferguson, Mo., over the last two weeks, Staten Island business owners and residents are bracing for a march Saturday that some fear could turn unruly. The march, organized by the Rev. Al Sharpton’s...
  • CNN's amusing advice on how to fake being an L.A. local

    CNN's amusing advice on how to fake being an L.A. local
    Here's a teeny-tiny idea, courtesy a slideshow on CNN.com attached to a summertime desperation slideshow story entitled “How to be an L.A. Local – 8 Tips for Faking It.” I suppose it's a compliment that in the city with an unmerited...
  • Musical Flower In The Desert

    With the recent change in ownership of WDRC and WCCC comes a change in musical formats, and not for the better. A desert of bland, formula-driven music pervades the commercial airwaves in Connecticut. If you're looking for musical flowers in the...
  • KPCC Staffers Ratify First SAG-AFTRA Contract

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Staffers at Pasadena-based radio station KPCC have ratified their first-ever contract with management at Southern California Public Radio. SAG-AFTRA, which represents the staff, made the announcement Friday. The three-year...
  • Devereux Bowly Jr.: more than an innkeeper

    Devereux Bowly Jr.: more than an innkeeper
    When the news of death arrives, it does so in the icy ways. A phone call. An e-mail. If the deceased person was famous (Robin Williams and Lauren Bacall only moments ago), perhaps there come interruptions of regularly scheduled radio or television...
  • What key witnesses to the Michael Brown shooting have to say

    The grand jury tasked with weighing criminal charges against the Ferguson police officer who shot and killed unarmed 18-year-old Michael Brown will have to make sense of a muddled and conflicting series of narratives over the next several weeks....
  • Second D.C.-area man stricken with flesh-eating bacteria: media

    (Reuters) - (In this July 31st story, corrects paragraph 9 to show there were eight vibrio vulnificus cases and 27 involving all vibrio species) A flesh-eating bacterial disease has infected another Washington, D.C.-area man, local media reported on...
  • George Nicholaw dies at 86; longtime general manager of radio's KNX

    George Nicholaw dies at 86; longtime general manager of radio's KNX
    George Nicholaw, the longtime general manager of KNX-AM (1070) who oversaw its rise into an award-winning, all-news giant and delivered on-air editorials that made his voice familiar to millions of Southern California listeners, died Sunday in Los...
  • ISO movie extras for Zelker's 'Billboard'

    Want to be in a movie? Zeke Zelker of IDreamMachine production company has begun shooting "The Great WTYT 960 Billboard Sitting Contest" and needs a crowd of people in all shapes and sizes for a crowd scene Sunday morning outside the Allentown Public...
  • County race wins contest as nastiest

    There's a lot of passion in the race for Broward County Commission District 8. That's the nice way of putting it. The two candidates can't even stand to be in the same room together. Broward Mayor Barbara Sharief and Miramar City Commissioner...