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Denny Hamlin

James Dennis Alan Hamlin, or Denny, of Chesterfield, Virginia, is a race car driver in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. He drives the #11 FedEx Toyota Camry for Joe Gibbs Racing. In 2006, he was the Raybestos Rookie of the year, and he has over a dozen wins.
James Dennis Alan Hamlin, or Denny, of Chesterfield, Virginia, is a race car driver in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. He drives the #11 FedEx Toyota Camry for Joe Gibbs Racing. In 2006, he was the Raybestos Rookie of the year, and he has over a dozen wins. « Show less
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  • Who you gonna call: 'Drought Busters' or 'Water Conservation Response Unit'?

    Who you gonna call: 'Drought Busters' or 'Water Conservation Response Unit'?
    Dear Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, Please bring back the “Drought Busters.” We’re in the midst of what could be the worst drought in California history, and despite calls for residents throughout the state to cut their...
  • Joseph Barillari, film teacher and reviewer, dies at 74

     Joseph Barillari, film teacher and reviewer, dies at 74
    Retired College of DuPage administrator Joseph Barillari loved movies and shared his knowledge of film in reviews broadcast on the Glen Ellyn school's radio station, WDCB-FM 90.9. He initially reviewed movies on the public radio station with fellow...
  • UK coalition strained as Deputy PM likens Cameron's policies to Putin's

    LONDON (Reuters) - Strains in Britain's two-party coalition surfaced on Thursday as David Cameron's governing partner likened the prime minister's policies to those of Russian President Vladimir Putin and other "tyrants". Deputy Prime Minister Nick...
  • On The Border

    On The Border
    While the politicians in Washington and elsewhere are bloviating, well over 52,000 kids are languishing in the Southwest because our elected representatives can’t get it together to write workable, practical immigration laws. I heard a woman on my...
  • Laguna lures Beach Boys to KX 93.5 Festival of Music

    In their 1962 breakthrough hit "Surfin' Safari," the Beach Boys sang about "anglin' in Laguna." This year, Laguna Beach angled for them. And, to quote another surf-rock classic, it caught a wave. The venerable band will headline Sept. 27 at the second...
  • Radio personality used Ponzi operation to defraud fellow Haitian-Americans, investigators say

    Radio personality used Ponzi operation to defraud fellow Haitian-Americans, investigators say
    Philippe Bourciquot used airtime on South Florida Creole-language radio stations to draw his fellow Haitian-Americans into his Ponzi operation, authorities allege. Promising monthly returns of 8 percent and making assurances that their money was...
  • Watching progress on former Centre Theatre on North Avenue

    Watching progress on former Centre Theatre on North Avenue
    After spending a few hours inside the former Centre Theatre on North Avenue, I had no trouble envisioning its dazzling future. What had been a partially roofless, water-saturated spongy mess of wet plaster is now thoroughly cleaned, a shell full of...
  • Baltimore-area natives lift Uganda to success in world lacrosse championships

    Baltimore-area natives lift Uganda to success in world lacrosse championships
    Andrew Boston wore a headlamp so he could walk to the bus stop at night. He carried a lacrosse stick to ward off wild dogs, and then he waited for a bus that might not come. For Uganda to be ready for its historic debut on the world stage, he knew he...
  • Tunisia orders crackdown after militants kill 14 soldiers

    TUNIS (Reuters) - Tunisia on Saturday launched a crackdown on mosques and radio stations associated with hardline Islamists after militants killed 14 soldiers in an area near the country's border with Algeria. The move underscores the difficulty one of...
  • Ham Radio Crucial In Disasters, FEMA Chief Says

    HARTFORD — Even in the age of smart phones and iPads, ham radio is indispensable in a disaster, the head of the Federal Emergency Management Agency says. That's why FEMA Administrator Craig Fugate signed a new agreement Friday strengthening its...
  • Johnny Winter dies at 70; dazzling blues guitarist

    Johnny Winter, a rail-thin blues guitarist known for his scorching riffs, flowing white hair and gravelly, hard-times voice, died Wednesday in Switzerland at the end of a European tour. He was 70. His death in a Zurich hotel room was confirmed by John...