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  • 'I Love Money': Nibblz gets 'bounced'

     
    Lindsay Diokno is back to recap I Love Money: I don’t know if I’ve just been watching too much reality TV, or if the editors of I Love Money are getting that lazy, but last night’s episode was fairly predictable.......
  • Talk with Biggest Loser trainer Kim Lyons tonight

     
    Do you miss former Biggest Loser trainer Kim Lyons? Tell her you do at a free Web seminar tonight at 9 p.m. Sign up ahead of time by going to her Web site, kimlyons.com, and registering.On the agenda:Kicking unhealthy habitsAchieving......
  • Promises on the campaign trail

     
    by Katie Fretland Nominees for president make promises. But do they keep them? In the new National Journal magazine, writer Ashley Johnson studies historical promises of presidential campaigns and found that it is very likely, if history is any...
  • Biggest Loser tryouts this Saturday at the Hard Rock in Hollywood

     
    Meet Florida's Biggest Loser finalist Kelly Fields Saturday at the Seminole Hard Rock in Hollywood. She'll be the success story du jour at the season 7 auditions. Biggest Loser is casting season 7 and is once again looking for teams......
  • Johnson: Joining autism protests in SF

     
    Democratic Sen. Craig Johnson announces that he'll be going to San Francisco this weekend to join protests against radio talker Michael Savage (left), who aroused the autism community by asserting on his program that autism was a "fraud" and......
  • Picture: Craig Johnson at autism protest

     
    Craig Johnson's office sends along this picture of him protesting radio talker Michael Savage's trashing of autism victims. Johnson attended the protest on Sunday outside Savage's station in San Francisco, accompanying LI autism advocates. Not a bad place...
  • Anthrax suspect commits suicide

     
    A New York City Emergency Service police officer inspects a mailbox on Fifth Avenue in New York/ (October 17, 2001) (AP photo) by Frank James A federal government biodefense expert has apparently committed suicide just as prosecutors were about......
  • Anthrax and the source: Some staggering questions

     
    The latest reports on the late Dr. Bruce Ivins and federal suspicions in the post-9/11 anthrax mailings -- which helped ratchet up our nation's collective fear and loathing about Islamic fundamentalist terrorism and Iraq -- suggests of course that the.......
  • Gluten-free trend hits home at Woodberry Kitchen

     
    Many restaurants have gluten-free menu items these days, but Woodberry Kitchen has an exceptionally good reason for catering to the gluten-free crowd: the chef's wife has Celiac Disease.Amy Gjerde, who co-owns Woodberry with husband Spike, had trained...
  • Obama's healthcare win: 'This is change'

     
    by Mark Silva "This is what change looks like,'' President Barack Obama proclaimed near mdnight last night, standing in the East Room of the White House with his closest advisers hailing the House's narrow passage of healthcare legislation that he......
  • The Bush legacy: Fear or compassion?

     
    by Mark Silva In the assemblage of material that might measure, in perhaps some predictive manner, the legacy which President George W. Bush will leave, some focus squarely on the Bush administration's tactical response to the terrorism of Sept. 11,......