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  • Tonight: second presidential debate; ‘The Men Who Built America’; ‘Dancing With the Stars’

     
    The second presidential debate is the night's most anticipated program. President Barack Obama and Gov. Mitt Romney meet in the town hall format. CNN's Candy Crowley moderates at 9 across cable news channels and major broadcast networks. The post-debate...
  • The Men Who Built American menu at Morton's

    The Men Who Built American menu at Morton's
    The cable network History has partnered with Morton’s The Steakhouse (Fort Lauderdale, Boca Raton, West Palm Beach, North Miami Beach, Miami, Coral Gables; Mortons.com) to offer a Morton’s The Men Who Built America menu. It coincides with the...
  • What to look for in probiotics

    What to look for in probiotics
    If you're interested in seeing whether eating probiotic-infused foods might improve your digestive health, look for foods (or supplements) with one of many species of lactobacillus or bifidobacterium. "There are something like 400 different probiotics,...
  • Under the hood: Classic car show is Sunday

    Under the hood: Classic car show is Sunday
    About 185 classic cars will line the Festival of Arts grounds and adjacent property for the ninth annual Laguna Beach Classic Car Show this weekend. There will be 28 different classes of vehicles from different time periods or manufacturers at Sunday's...
  • Green Wheels: Seven Turning Points in Auto History

    Green Wheels: Seven Turning Points in Auto History
    Hindsight being 20-20, we can look back on history and see the turning points, which are invisible to us as we're living through them. Automobiles have an approximately 120-year history (discounting some 18th century anomalies), and the milestones are now...
  • Junior Achievement opens first high school academy at Oak Ridge

    Junior Achievement opens first high school academy at Oak Ridge
    Fourteen-year-old Sharrell Bailey wouldn't be starting ninth grade at Oak Ridge High School on Monday if it weren't for the new Junior Achievement Academy opening there. The magnet program, which will focus on leadership and entrepreneurship, is Junior...
  • Ed Page On Facebook: Were Obama's Remarks On Businesses Taken Out Of Context?

    The following is an abridged version of a discussion on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/edpagecourant. Ed Page: President Obama made the remark "If you've got a business, you didn't build that. Somebody else made that happen." Was his quote taken out...
  • Letter: Senate must pass bill to audit Federal Reserve Bank

    The U.S. House of Representatives recently passed a bill to audit the Federal Reserve Bank (the Fed). The Fed is a private entity authorized by Congress in 1913 to control the nation's monetary system, an extremely powerful function. That the Fed, whose...
  • Obama never took Business 101

    According to President Barack Obama, entrepreneurs and small business owners cannot take credit for their inventions or business success because their accomplishments were only made possible by the government's investments in infrastructure. Is this a...
  • Burbank car show attracts hot rod enthusiasts

    Burbank car show attracts hot rod enthusiasts
    Johnny Carson Park on Sunday played host to hundreds of hot rods and custom cars and their fans at the 23rd annual Road Kings show. The event is one of two held annually by the Road Kings to raise money for community organizations and local high school...
  • Cyclists hit the roads to burn calories, bust stress — and enjoy the passing scenery

    Cyclists hit the roads to burn calories, bust stress — and enjoy the passing scenery
    When Don and Darla Daley dine at restaurants near their Royal Oak, Mich., home, they no longer drive their car. It's the same with quick trips to the store or nearby Royal Oak farmers market. They hop on the bicycles they bought two years ago —...