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  • Tourism officials cheer OB and BCS match-ups

     
    Even with the Gators in the BCS national championship game on Jan. 8, tourism officials were expressing their gratitude Monday for the match-ups in the two bowl games that will be held at Dolphin Stadium in January. The other three......
  • Islanders-sponsored blogger invites reporters to fly

     
    Interesting debate over the weekend about the idea of reporters going back to traveling with teams they cover - with Baumbach on one side and Botta on the other. I'm with Baumbach, who says it's a bad idea, but I......
  • FAU Spirit Squads grounded, this blogger bummed

     
    Well, the bad news is confirmed. FAU???s Spirit Squads, comprised of the beloved DT, Band and Cheerios, will not be making the trip to Detroit for the MCB. Too little scratch in the kitty. Can???t bus up, and flights......
  • Obama's stimulus spurs lobbying frenzy

     
    by James Oliphant and Richard Simon Since President-elect Barack Obama laid out plans for the largest injection of federal spending into the economy since the New Deal, just about everyone has started angling for a piece of the action. With......
  • Bush makes surprise visit to Iraq

     
    by Christi Parsons President Bush today made a surprise, farewell trip to Baghdad, where he said the war in Iraq has been difficult but necessary for the cause of world peace. Bush met with Iraqi President Jalal Talabani and......
  • Gas Prices Stabilize, For Now

     
    Offering further proof that no one ever knows what oil and gas prices will do, gas prices have held steady since Friday at a national average of $1.65 per gallon and ended a three-month free fall. Does this mean prices......
  • Obama: Whistlestop tour

     
    Obama plans a miniature whistlestop tour prior to his inauguration, as the transition office announces a train trip to Washington, D.C., in January. "Today, the 2009 Presidential Inaugural Committee announced that the President-elect, Vice President-elect...
  • Crist: God is happy after Everglades vote

     
    Returning from his honeymoon, Gov. Charlie Crist called a news conference today to wax poetic about the endangered, $1.34 billion Everglades restoration plan to buy 180,000 acres owned by U.S. Sugar, a deal that the South Florida Water Management...
  • Weekend forecast: Get outa town

     
    Ya gotta love a weather forecaster with a sense of humor. Okay, he's not Steve Martin (a former TV weatherman, and he played one in 'L.A. Story'), but he does have a wry sense of impending doom as he looks as......
  • FAU's Motor City Bowl camp winds down

     
    Custom Countdowns & MySpace Layouts Well, today was another perfect day for Football In Paradise. For those of you looking on from Michigan, it was 80 by 10 this morning, almost humid. Dew was on the grass as the......
  • Paterson and Israel Take a Trip to Iraq Together

     
    In an unannounced visit to Iraq to meet with U.S. troops during the holiday season, New York Gov. David A. Paterson joined Reps. Steve Israel and Anthony Wiener on a Congressional Delegation trip that landed in Baghdad early this morning,......