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  • County Judge candidates Terry Neal and Daniel Archer are a study in contrasts

    County Judge candidates Terry Neal and Daniel Archer are a study in contrasts
    Second of two parts. Choosing a county judge is a task that leaves most voters flailing in the dark, and the August election is going to require even more scrutiny than usual from voters because of behind-the-scenes maneuvering. A group of mostly...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Once a 'little dive,' Chaps now a pit beef legend

    Once a 'little dive,' Chaps now a pit beef legend
    Bob Creager opened his tiny pit beef stand in the parking lot of a Southeast Baltimore nightclub in 1987. The stand had no electricity. Creager had never run a business. And the former steelworker had no idea how to cook pit beef. "I was struggling,"...
  • Univision's second-quarter profit soars with World Cup soccer

    Univision's second-quarter profit soars with World Cup soccer
    Boosted by the popularity of its soccer telecasts, Spanish-language media giant Univision Communications' second-quarter profit more than doubled compared to the previous year. For the quarter ended June 30, Univision posted net income of $98 million --...
  • Party-goers line up for July 4th Grand Park block party

    Party-goers line up for July 4th Grand Park block party
    Lines of people eager to celebrate the Fourth of July holiday with music, food and fireworks formed well before Grand Park opened its gates Friday afternoon. About 25,000 people are expected at the city's second annual Independence Day block party,...
  • Nielsen concludes L.A. radio ratings probe; Univision not sanctioned

    Nielsen concludes L.A. radio ratings probe; Univision not sanctioned
    Ratings giant Nielsen on Wednesday said it has concluded its investigation into inaccurate ratings in the Los Angeles radio market, but stopped short of sanctioning Univision Communications for alleged unethical conduct by a former station executive....
  • TV Station Consolidation Slowed In Second Quarter - Kagan

    Broadcast station M&A volume reached $1.85 billion in the second quarter, more than $2 billion less than the year-earlier period, according to market-research firm SNL Kagan, when $3.88 billion of broadcast stations traded hands. The pace of...
  • Information Please

    Information Please
    According to the people on the front lines gathering the news, i.e. reporters, the problem with the Connecticut Supreme Court ruling Monday is that it’s too broad.  What stinks about it as far as I’m concerned is that it’s another blow...