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  • Despite flubs against Northwestern, Notre Dame kicker's confidence high

    Despite flubs against Northwestern, Notre Dame kicker's confidence high
    SOUTH BEND, Ind. — As a kicker, Notre Dame senior Kyle Brindza has a routine. For instance, he takes three steps before every kick. But Brindza also has an important routine he goes through after every Saturday. "Wake up Sunday, it's a new day,...
  • Harry Connick Jr.: Two South Florida concerts set

    Harry Connick Jr.: Two South Florida concerts set
    Fox finally set the season premiere for a new season of “American Idol” this week, but even better news for its fans is that Harry Connick Jr., one of the more cerebral and pleasant hosts in the show’s history, will perform two South...
  • Winterfest and Flo Rida: It's goin' down for real

    Winterfest and Flo Rida: It's goin' down for real
    If the news that Miami-based rapper Flo Rida will serve as grand marshal of this year’s Winterfest Boat Parade seems at odds with the event’s family-oriented theme, you don’t know Flo. The best moment of last year’s tween-...
  • Lawyer identifies officer who killed St. Louis man

    ST. LOUIS A lawyer for the family of VonDerrit Myers Jr., who was killed by an off-duty St. Louis police officer, publicly disclosed the patrolman's name this week and said his comments on social media show political and racial biases that reflect upon...
  • Cormorants dive into Lake Balboa

    Cormorants dive into Lake Balboa
    During a visit to Lake Balboa in the San Fernando Valley in early November, Nora Feddal spotted a group of cormorants lined up along the lake's edge. She snapped a photo just as they began diving into the water, one after the other. Each week, we're...
  • b columnist Zahara Johnson: How social media can kill relationships

    b columnist Zahara Johnson: How social media can kill relationships
    There's a guy who I'm friends with on several social networks. Offline, we share the same acquaintances, so I've heard a bit about him. Of all the people I pointlessly follow on social media, I enjoy frequenting his pages. His Facebook, Instagram and...
  • The Kardashians aren't just trashy, they're dangerous

    The Kardashians aren't just trashy, they're dangerous
    As you surely know, last week Kim Kardashian posed — naked — on the pages of Paper magazine. The stated goal? #BreakTheInternet. Most cultural critics rolled their eyes and cried stunt. But the Kardashians aren't just trashy. They're...
  • Zombie garden gnome in Koreatown

    Zombie garden gnome in Koreatown
    Ricardo Herrera bought a zombie garden gnome recently and has been taking it along with him on outings. He intends to photograph it wherever he goes, he said. Herrera took this photo near his home in Koreatown on Friday. He used a Nikon D5200. Each...
  • Topgolf to invest $30 million in Virginia Beach entertainment facility

    Topgolf to invest $30 million in Virginia Beach entertainment facility
    Texas-based Topgolf International said Tuesday it would open a 65,000-square-foot entertainment golf center in Virginia Beach next fall a couple miles away from Town Center. The company plans to invest nearly $30 million over the next three years. The...
  • Andy Cohen chats about his Warholian book, 'The Andy Cohen Diaries'

    Andy Cohen chats about his Warholian book, 'The Andy Cohen Diaries'
    Andy Cohen has what you might call "social disease." And Cohen -- former Bravo executive/man behind the curtain of the ”Real Housewives” franchise and current host of the network’s talk show “Watch What Happens Live” --...
  • S. Florida drug smuggler sentenced to 10 years in prison

    S. Florida drug smuggler sentenced to 10 years in prison
    Floating in the Atlantic Ocean in 1982, a dehydrated and hungry Mark Marchand was found clinging to nearly 600 pounds of marijuana. His rescue at sea came after a botched drug run, a crime for which he received a five-year prison sentence. And in...