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  • Man threatened woman with Japanese sai blade, deputies say

    Here's another reason not to open your door to anyone. Victor Scott Borchert, a moped-driving, sai-carrying, pistol-toting Greenacres man was busted after he allegedly threatened a woman in her home while asking for "the man," reports The Palm Beach...
  • 9th Degree Black Belt in New Orleans

    9th Degree Black Belt in New Orleans
    You know that a black belt is a good thing in karate. So a 9th degree black belt?  That's REALLY good. In the history of a type of martial arts called Shotokan karate, fewer than 5 people have earned a 9th degree black belt. Tyler Wing found one of them...
  • Health & Fitness Guide 2012: List of Health Clubs in Fairfield County

    Health & Fitness Guide 2012:  List of Health Clubs in Fairfield County
    Bethel A Lasting Fitness, 11 Stony Hill Road, (203) 794-1035, alastingfitness.com, Human performance and athletic development, kettlebells, strength & power, body sculpting & weight loss, core & stability, injury & rehabilitation. Bethel Snap Fitness...
  • Billy Blanks - Creator Of Tae Bo

    Billy Blanks - Creator Of Tae Bo
    Billy Blanks® is the creator of Tae Bo® Fitness, a groundbreaking workout system he created by combining his martial arts expertise with boxing training to form the first ever cardio-boxing program. The program is widely credited as the foundation of...
  • Drury University students go weightless in trip to NASA

    Drury University students go weightless in trip to NASA
    SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- While NASA recently closed a chapter of American space flights, enthusiasm for the space program is hardly over.  Some students at Drury University recently spent a week at Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas, and got an opportunity...
  • Parking, shuttles and subways

    Parking, shuttles and subways
    The parking at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion is inexpensive ($9 to self-park; $20 for valet) and convenient, but there can be a bit of a bottleneck trying to get out after the production. And the parking layout isn't exactly intuitive: How many times...
  • Man unwisely tries to rob Tae Kwon Do studio

    A robber gets more than he bargained for when he targeted a Tae Kwon Do studio in suburban Milwaukee. The robber thought he could quietly slip in and out of David Kang's studio in Fox Point with some loot. What he didn't realize is that he would encounter...
  • Karate expert kills two over lice infection

    A Russian karate expert has been charged with beating to death a 61-year-old woman and her son, whom he accused of infecting his wife with lice, an investigator said Friday. The drunk 26-year-old burst into a neighboring room in his hostel Tuesday and...
  • The Bush Doctrine?

    Charles Gibson: Do you agree with the Bush Doctrine? [brief pause] Gov. Sarah Palin: In what respect, Charlie? C.G.: ... What do you interpret it to be? S.P.: His worldview? C.G.: No, the Bush Doctrine, enunciated September 2002, before the Iraq war....
  • The talk of Thai Town

    The talk of Thai Town
    Amound of fragrant jasmine rice arrives at the table piled high with a montage of slivered green mango, sliced lemon grass, finely cut green beans, bean sprouts, cucumbers and shredded carrots and cabbage. It's sprinkled with julienned kaffir lime leaves,...
  • Is Brazilian Jiu Jitsu for You?

    Is Brazilian Jiu Jitsu for You?
    Over last few decades Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ) has increased enormously in popularity, mostly as a result of the domination of Royce Gracie in the octagon in the early years of the Ultimate Fighting Championships (UFC). Gracie took on challengers of many...