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  • Grading Super Bowl XLVII's Car Commercials

     
    Every year it's easy to say that the Super Bowl commercials aired between plays often get more attention than the action on the field. As in previous years, we grade the commercials that automakers have spent millions of dollars on......
  • “The Bible”: History channel brings scripture to the screen

     
    “The Bible”: History channel brings scripture to the screen in a 10-hour, five-part docudrama miniseries premiering Sunday, March 3. If you’ve been putting off reading the Bible and waiting for the movie, your time is up. History...
  • Sex Pistol talk: Guitarist Glen Matlock speaks about founding punk rock, future

     
    It’s been 35 years since The Sex Pistols brought punk rock into the public consciousness by releasing its one and only album, “Never Mind The Bullocks: Here’s The Sex Pistols,” then embarking on an ill-fated U.S. tour on which the....
  • 2014 Chevrolet SS: First Look

     
    Competes with: Hyundai Genesis R-Spec, Dodge Charger SRT8, Ford Taurus SHO Looks like: A proper Pontiac G8 successor Drivetrain: 415-hp, 6.2-liter V-8; six-speed automatic transmission; rear-wheel drive Hits dealerships: Late 2013 Chevrolet has unveiled...
  • Religion column: Dwell in the present, not in the past

    Happy New Year! We should all be thankful that no matter how good or bad 2011 was for us, we are blessed to see another year. Genesis 19:12-29 gives the account of God destroying the cities of Sodom and Gomorrah. In verse 17, Abraham's nephew, Lot, was...
  • Peninsula Glass Guild mounts annual show in Hampton

    Peninsula Glass Guild mounts annual show in Hampton
    Few people imagined where it all might lead when the newly organized Peninsula Glass Guild staged its first juried exhibition at the Charles H. Taylor Arts Center in Hampton 25 years ago. Little distinguished the creations of these mostly home-grown and...
  • Detroit Auto Show: Audi to bring trio of quicker models

    Detroit Auto Show: Audi to bring trio of quicker models
    Audi will use the 2013 Detroit Auto Show to add a little more speed to its lineup. The company will be unveiling on Monday, Jan. 14 a revised R8 lineup for 2014, an RS5 convertible and the fastest version yet of its Q5 crossover SUV, the SQ5. R8 The...
  • Detroit Auto Show: Hyundai teases concept car ahead of official reveal

    Detroit Auto Show: Hyundai teases concept car ahead of official reveal
    Hyundai let word slip on Monday of its plans for the 2013 Detroit Auto Show. The automaker revealed a sketch of a concept vehicle it's calling HCD-14. Shown only in a silhouetted profile, the drawing depicts a vehicle in the four-door coupe style...
  • Seven free concerts announced at Margate church

    Seven free concerts announced at Margate church
    Free concerts, from baroque to a children's show, are scheduled for the next music series starting in October at First Presbyterian Church of Coral Springs/Margate, 7955 Royal Palm Blvd. They will include: Choir Hymn Festival at 8 p.m. Oct. 20, with...
  • Project causes traffic snarls near school

    Project causes traffic snarls near school
    Early-morning commuters heading to La Cañada High School were faced with traffic nightmares in recent weeks, but it appears they’ll have easier going now that a public works project is nearing completion. Vehicles were backed up along Oak Grove...
  • Thomas Adès in all his aspects

    Thomas Adès in all his aspects
    International fame just doesn't happen to many classical composers. But when it does, it can strike like a runaway train. Consider Thomas Adès. Hailed in his 20s as the heir to Benjamin Britten and more recently by the New York Times as maybe "the most...