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  • St. Frances baseball coach Brian Boles won't return

    St. Frances baseball coach Brian Boles won't return
    During an offseason workout Wednesday, St. Frances baseball coach Brian Boles told his players he will not be returning as head coach next season. Boles will be replaced by Carey Cheek, a former player in the Pittsburgh Pirates organization and a three-...
  • SNL's Kenan Thompson Brings His Stand-Up Act to the Jorgensen in Storrs

    SNL's Kenan Thompson Brings His Stand-Up Act to the Jorgensen in Storrs
    It's taken Kenan Thompson (pictured) seven years to become a breakout performer on Saturday Night Live. But over the years, few cast members have been as consistently funny, their recurring characters as memorable, or their short time in the spotlight...
  • Bill Cosby Does Stand-Up at The Palace Theatre in Stamford on March 16

    Bill Cosby Does Stand-Up at The Palace Theatre in Stamford on March 16
    In 1965, Bill Cosby played the leading role in "I Spy," becoming the first African American to co-star on a television series and winning three consecutive Emmys in the process. In the '70s, he created the cartoons "Fat Albert" and "The Cosby Kids,"...
  • Bill Cosby to deliver University of Baltimore commencement address

    Bill Cosby to deliver University of Baltimore commencement address
    The University of Baltimore announced Thursday that entertainer Bill Cosby would deliver the school's commencement address. Cosby will speak at the May 21 graduation ceremony. He'll also receive an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree. The...
  • 5 questions for Frank Savage

    5 questions for Frank Savage
    A businessman and competitive sailor, Frank Savage has benefited from following seas and been battered on rocky shoals. Born in North Carolina and raised by a single mother in segregated Washington, Savage rose to prominence in the world of...
  • After 37 years of mixed success, Towson Center hosts final games

    After 37 years of mixed success, Towson Center hosts final games
    Towson plays its final basketball games Saturday at the Towson Center, its home for 37 years. And then? Lights out. Court adjourned. Next year, the Tigers graduate to the Tiger Arena, a glitzy $72 million, 5,200-seat venue being built adjacent to the...
  • Social media is like gasoline for Internet rumors

    Social media is like gasoline for Internet rumors
    A rumor that Bill Cosby was dead started spreading on social media sites this summer. Hours later, on the same day in early August, the most mentioned phrase on Twitter was, "Bill Cosby died." Cosby went on CNN's Larry King Live that night to refute...
  • From video to good seats

    From video to good seats
    Viddy (free, iOS 4.2 or later) What it is: An app to capture, embellish and share short videos. It's the equivalent of video Twitter, but instead of a 140-character tweet, Viddy lets you share 15-second videos across your social network. How it works:...
  • Can Parent-Child Relationship Include Friendship?

    Can Parent-Child Relationship Include Friendship?
    I am in the middle of interviewing a parenting expert when she says, "We are mothers, not our kids' friends." Aghast, I reply, "I consider myself to be friends with my boys! In fact, we call ourselves friends!" After all, we giggle together over silly...
  • Trayvon Martin: Bill Cosby discusses case on CNN's 'State of the Union'

    Democratic strategist Hilary Rosen caused a furor with her comments about Ann Romney, wife of Mitt Romney. Rosen has apologized for saying that Mrs. Romney "never worked a day in her life," but the controversy will drive a lot of Sunday morning talk....
  • Stanley Robertson dies at 85; pioneering black TV executive

    Stanley Robertson dies at 85; pioneering black TV executive
    Stanley Robertson, who broke color barriers as a pioneering black network television program executive at NBC in the 1960s and '70s and later as a movie studio production executive, has died. He was 85. -------------------- FOR THE RECORD: Stanley...