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  • John Sterling's new favorite moment is Stadium finale

     
    Yes, I am aware of the fact today's news is the Mets and Jets and that the Yankee Stadium finale is ancient history. But let me just clean up some loose ends that I didn't have room for in my......
  • Palin bingo a good debate game

     
    Palin bingo. Why didn't we think of that? Someone has created bingo cards that contain a lot of Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin's favorite words and phrases like "hockey mom, maverick and glass ceiling." This could be fun. A similar......
  • 'Citizen Sports Network' does stuff I don't understand

     
    During my travels around New York City Wednesday I stopped at the Sports Business Journal's annual Sports Media and Technology conference. There I ran into Jeff Ma, one of the stars of the book "Bringing Down the House," upon which......
  • WatchDog towers in triumph over fantasy football world

     
    As you know, WatchDog has strict rules against boring readers with fantasy football stories . . . with some exceptions, such as when the proprietor triumphs over his wife for the championship. Thank you, Philip Rivers and DeAngelo Williams. Anything......
  • Red Wings, Lions both seek victories in great outdoors

     
    My Friday newspaper column includes items on the second annual NHL "Winter Classic" in Chicago, on the fact Fox will show only 6 percent of the nation the Lions' attempt to win a game Sunday and on the upcoming personnel......
  • U.S. abuse undermines treaties

    WASHINGTON - As images of American soldiers abusing Iraqi prisoners spread to television sets around the globe, human rights organizations are increasingly concerned that a century of building steady support for international treaties banning torture...
  • Cards Against Humanity to be sold by smaller retailers

    Cards Against Humanity to be sold by smaller retailers
    Cards Against Humanity, the edgy card game that has topped toy and game sales on Amazon for several years, will soon be available in select retail stores, the game's creators plan to announce Wednesday at an industry trade show in Las Vegas. The...
  • A holiday night's dream? Well, mostly

    A holiday night's dream? Well, mostly
    A few final thoughts about the holidays, and then we'll move on. Silent night? Where? I'm still waiting. We stayed up well past midnight Christmas Eve playing Scrabble. It was loud and hyper-competitive, just what I look for in a holiday like Christmas....
  • It's a yard sale economy

    Every household should have its own economic stimulus package. In our case, it's a yard sale -- the ultimate in recycling. Memo to White House: Out here in the hinterlands, where dogs run free and children frolic safe and worry-free in the warm...
  • Redskins' saga lets Vick slip into D.C.

    Who would have thought that a convicted felon recently released from prison, playing for a trendy Super Bowl pick, coming to the nation's capital for a Monday night game, would barely register on the hype-o-meter? Thank Dan Snyder's Washington Redskins...
  • Find the right Wi-Fi spot for you

    Thanks to iPhones, BlackBerrys and mini-laptops, the demand for wireless Internet access is soaring. And if you're like me, you expect Wi-Fi to be free and get upset when it's not. The free Wi-Fi movement took a big step recently when Barnes & Noble...