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  • Where to eat if you're following the Bears to Green Bay

    Where to eat if you're following the Bears to Green Bay
    GREEN BAY, Wis. — The Chicago Bears pull into town a week from Monday, which means a lot of Bears fans will be heading here as well. And because it takes more than three hours to drive here from Chicago (possibly much longer; Interstate Highway 94...
  • Esquire Network Preview: New Channel Tries to Scratch a Niche

    Lord knows magazines need to creatively exploit new revenue streams, but why viewers need an Esquire network remains a mystery. Having finally settled on a Comcast channel to displace (Style, we hardly knew ye), the new venture launches Sept. 23, with a...
  • Travel Channel Chief Laureen Ong to Exit

    Cable vet Laureen Ong is stepping down from Scripps Networks Interactive's Travel Channel at the end of the month after more than three years as president. Scripps Networks' prexy Burton Jablin will oversee the cabler until a successor to Ong is named....
  • Halloween TV programming 2013

     
    As the Halloween 2013 season fast approaches, there will once again be plenty of Halloween TV programming to enjoy, from terrifying frights to more family-friendly fare. Here is some of the notable Halloween TV programming airing in 2013. All times are...
  • How I spent my summer vacation

    If the falling leaves, shorter days and the return of traffic jams on the JFX have you pining for those lost, carefree days of summer, we commiserate — especially after we tried to drown our end-of-summer blues in a sunny strawberries-and-creme...
  • Anthony Bourdain taking heat over Frito pie remarks. But really, he likes it

    Anthony Bourdain, you can pretty much say whatever you like ... or at least you think you can. But when you call a Frito pie a "colostomy pie," then insist you like it, people get a little confused. The former Food Network, Travel Channel and current...
  • Scripps Free Ulive Internet Video Site Cuts Cable TV Cord

    No pay TV subscription required: Scripps Networks Interactive is going direct-to-consumer with the launch of Ulive, an Internet video destination mixing full episodes and clips from shows on cablers such as Food Network, HGTV and Travel Channel with a...
  • Travel Channel, Sports Illustrated team up for swimsuit special

    Travel Channel, Sports Illustrated team up for swimsuit special
    Travel Channel and Sports Illustrated are teaming up for a one-hour special about the making of this year's Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue. Back up boys, here are the details: "Sports Illustrated: The Making of Swimsuit '13--7 Continents, 17 Wonders"...
  • Travel Channel's 'Hotel Impossible' makes over Abacrombie Inn in Baltimore

    Travel Channel's 'Hotel Impossible' makes over Abacrombie Inn in Baltimore
    Reality TV host Anthony Melchiorri spends his workdays circling the country and globe, on a mission to help ailing hotels and their owners resurrect themselves on the Travel Channel series "Hotel Impossible." When the hotel fixer visited Baltimore...
  • Manuel Rojas dies at 79; El Tepeyac proprietor served up popular burritos

    Manuel Rojas dies at 79; El Tepeyac proprietor served up popular burritos
    In a city of thousands of humble taco stands and family-run Mexican restaurants, El Tepeyac Cafe in Boyle Heights gained legendary status for the gargantuan, chili-spiked pork burritos created by owner Manuel Rojas. In the kitchen at 3 a.m., seven...
  • Dragging a fear of heights high above Sydney

    Dragging a fear of heights high above Sydney
    SYDNEY — If you dare look down 440 feet from the top of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, you'll see two sets of train tracks, eight traffic lanes, a pedestrian walkway, bicycle lane and the picture-perfect Sydney Harbour, known as Port Jackson. The only...