Cain Velasquez goes to war

In what some were calling the bloodiest match in UFC history, Velasquez beat Antonio 'Big Foot' Silva in a pretty short fight.

( UFC / December 4, 2012 )

In what some were calling the bloodiest match in UFC history, Velasquez beat Antonio 'Big Foot' Silva in a pretty short fight.

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  • Where's That Wine From?

    Where's That Wine From?
    Each summer, thousands of visitors flock to the Connecticut Wine Trail, spending their afternoons tasting samples from the state's sprawling vineyards. But in many cases the wine they sip was produced from grapes grown far from the nearby vines. State...
  • New York taking a larger bite out of Hollywood productions

    When director Marc Webb spoke to the big crowd at the premiere of "The Amazing Spider-Man 2" here, he didn't open by saluting the cast or welcoming the colorfully dressed fans at the Ziegfeld Theatre. Instead, he gave thanks — to New York. "We...
  • Noted choreographer William Forsythe to join USC School of Dance

    Noted choreographer William Forsythe to join USC School of Dance
    The USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance is bringing on internationally renowned choreographer William Forsythe to join the faculty as a professor in fall 2015 — just in time to greet the new school's first batch of BFA dance majors. Forsythe,...
  • Jason Priestley sells Toluca Lake home for $2 million

    Jason Priestley sells Toluca Lake home for $2 million
    Jason Priestley, known for playing Brandon Walsh on "Beverly Hills, 90210" in the 1990s, has sold his walled and gated home in Toluca Lake for $2 million. Flagstone walkways lead to the front of the Mediterranean-style house, which has arched windows...
  • Sports and religion can be powerful forces against bigotry

    Q: I'm writing today about race. I'm a member of an organization that tries to reduce racism in our community, so I'm quite sensitive to this issue. In light of the NBA/Donald Sperling fiasco, I felt compelled to write. Fortunately, the NBA took...
  • A Boozy Tour of Red Hook

    A Boozy Tour of Red Hook
    BROOKLYN, N.Y. — The sign said "Pie," or, more specifically, "Steve's Authentic Key Lime Pie," but the smoky smell said barbecue. Despite the fact that we were on a booze tour, walking between local distilleries, not a pie-and-barbecue tour, these...
  • Jerry Bruckheimer's new book showcases 40 years of filmmaking

    "SHOW BUSINESS is like sex. When it's wonderful, it's wonderful. But when it isn't very good, it's still all right," said British comedian Max Wall. SCENES FROM a book party: Hollywood super-mogul Jerry Bruckheimer appeared at Manhattan's Monkey Bar to...
  • The God Squad: Sterling scandal invites thoughts on diversity

    Q: I'm writing today about race. I'm a member of an organization that tries to reduce racism in our community, so I'm quite sensitive to this issue. In light of the NBA/Donald Sterling fiasco, I felt compelled to write. Fortunately, the NBA took...
  • Nancy Malone, Pioneering TV Producer-Director, Studio Exec, Dies at 78

    Nancy Malone, a ground-breaking and Emmy-winning director-producer, Emmy-nominated actress and the first woman VP at a major studio, died May 8 at City of Hope in Duarte, Calif., as the result of pneumonia that arose from complications of leukemia. She...
  • Nancy Malone, longtime actress and pioneering TV director, dies at 79

    Nancy Malone, longtime actress and pioneering TV director, dies at 79
    Nancy Malone was on the cover of Life magazine at age 11, had a starring role on Broadway at 17 and worked steadily as an actress in television in her 20s and 30s. Though she was in demand, she feared for the future. "I'd seen actresses getting to the...
  • State's New TV Ads Feature Connecticut 'Job Creators'

    State's New TV Ads Feature Connecticut 'Job Creators'
    The state is launching a new TV ad campaign featuring entrepreneurs and business executives discussing why they choose to do business in Connecticut. "For the last several years, we have worked to create a business climate in this state that grows jobs,"...