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  • 'Tosh.0' reruns won't play in Orlando

    'Tosh.0' reruns won't play in Orlando
    Reruns of "Tosh.0," starring University of Central Florida grad Daniel Tosh, will start airing on Fox Television Stations in the fall.
  • Campus Visits Are Over-rated, Stressful

    Campus Visits Are Over-rated, Stressful
    High school junior Malia Obama, 16, probably will be visiting college campuses this summer, like other teens nationwide. I suspect, like many such students, she will be getting more advice about this than she thinks she needs, but let me add one more...

    Tosh takes it to New England Patriots

    Tosh takes it to New England Patriots
    The New England Patriots endured two weeks of Deflategate jokes and memes last month, and then it seemed all was forgiven when they won the Super Bowl. Not so fast. Daniel Tosh skewered Bill Belichick and the Pats during in a two-minute tirade on his...

    'Tosh.0' starts seventh season

    'Tosh.0' starts seventh season
    When "Tosh.0" returns Tuesday, host Daniel Tosh will have a new look. Comedy Central offered a photo preview of Tosh's spiffy wardrobe for the seventh-season premiere at 10 p.m. Tuesday. The preview also promised "a new fake set with fresh graphics"...

    Former Chicagoan hopes to crash Super Bowl with Doritos ad

    Former Chicagoan hopes to crash Super Bowl with Doritos ad
    Marketers spend millions of dollars and many months gearing up for their annual Super Bowl commercials. Chicago native Scott Zabielski could crash the Feb. 1 game with an ad produced for $2,000 and in fewer than two weeks' work. Zabielski, whose day...