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  • Doubletake: Global trading cards

     
    A factory in Vietnam. Doubletake is back for the new fall season. Each day, Tribune correspondents Jim Tankersley and Jim Oliphant slice through the spin with shining machetes of truth, all the while straining metaphors to the max. Jim......
  • Deals from your favorite chains

     
    I'm always happy when Owl Meat addresses the recession because of his vast and superior knowledge of economic issues. His thoughtful and insightful analyses bring a little class to Dining@Large. Here's Owlie with today's Funtastic Thursday guest post....
  • Project Runway: You say potato sack, I say pornography

     
    Guess who's back? Back again? Kevin's back, tell a friend! Hello, Project Runway peeps. Good to see you all again. As always, I'm Kevin Van Valkenburg, Montanan by birth, Marylander by marriage, sports writer by trade, Project Runway blogger/recapper by.....
  • 'True Blood': A great, gory, good time

     
    "I Got a Right to Sing the Blues" is one of the better episodes "True Blood" has ever done, blending the grandly dark drama, the daffy over-the-top humor and the insane twists and turns the show is known for in......
  • “Worst movie year ever?” Discuss…

     
    I usually enjoy Joe Queenan's pop culture takedowns.  In movie and entertainment reviewing, nobody goes irretrievably nasty more entertainingly.  I once quoted Queenan's comparison of John Tesh prancing onstage at Carnegie Hall to Hitler's little d...
  • 'True Blood' Saturdays: 'Where do you think you are, lady? Red Lobster?'

     
    Everyone seemed pretty happy with last week's episode of "True Blood," considering the only major criticism of it in comments was the fact that it featured two men kissing. (And, honestly, if you can't handle seeing two men kissing, why......
  • Gulf oil spill: Louisiana fish and shrimp get thumbs-up

     
    Is Louisiana seafood safe to eat? U.S. Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Margaret Hamburg on Friday heartily endorsed the decision of Louisiana fisheries officials to reopen wide swaths of state coastal waters to commercial fishing and shrimping....
  • Lots of land left to fill at Lake Nona

    Stand in front of the Burnham Institute for Medical Research's new building and you can't help but think, "Boy, there sure is a lot of land out here — empty land." The completion of Burnham's 175,000-square-foot building is certainly a milestone....
  • Gulf oil spill: Fishermen decry a lost season

     
    The reopening of a broad swath of Louisiana waters this week to fishing and shrimping won't salvage the livelihoods of many Gulf of Mexico fishermen this season after the devastating effects of the catastrophic BP oil spill. The lifting of......
  • 'True Blood': The mystery that is Sookie Stackhouse

     
    The question "True Blood" wants us to be asking is "Who is Sookie Stackhouse?" The entirety of the season apparently hinges on the answer to this question, and this episode delves into it more deeply than any episode before. The......
  • After games with Boo, Bethel star set to shine

    After games with Boo, Bethel star set to shine
    Amber Easter made the biggest decision of her young life last week. That's when she sat down in front of family, friends and teammates in Bethel's media center and signed her name on a basketball scholarship agreement with George Mason University....