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  • Doyle McManus: GOP wannabes

    Doyle McManus: GOP wannabes
    Here's a not very bold prediction: Donald Trump won't be the Republican presidential nominee next year. He's not a credible national leader. His strategy for restoring American economic vigor boils down to threatening China with a trade war. It's not even...
  • Market Watch: Indian Blood Freestone peaches are diamonds in the fuzz

    Market Watch: Indian Blood Freestone peaches are diamonds in the fuzz
    The most distinctive and enigmatic stone fruit in markets currently is the Indian Blood Freestone peach. The first thing you'll note is its intense rose-like aroma, which can fill a room with peachy perfume. The fruits look like nothing else, with thick...
  • Recruiting Roundup: The Nation

     
    There was some solid local news in the past 24 hours. Catch up with that and some interesting recruiting articles in this edition of Recruiting Roundup. Knights add three-star lineman UCF received a commit from DT Thomas Niles (Gainesville, Ga.) on...
  • SEC storyline: Is this the year of South Carolina?

     
    Steve Spurrier has high hopes for South Carolina going into SEC media days....
  • Arkansas’ Ryan Mallett an expert swimmer after foot rehab

     
    Arkansas quarterback Ryan Mallett -- a surefire first-round draft pick in 2011 -- said his broken foot that caused him to miss spring practices is healing just fine....
  • Art review: Emmet Gowin at Marc Selwyn

     
    Marc Selwyn’s presentation of photographs by Emmet Gowin is the kind of show that might easily escape the attention of spectacle-seeking gallery-goers fixated on the now and the next. The pictures are not new (they date from between 1988-96); they’re....
  • Angels hoping acquisition of Alberto Callaspo boosts offense

     
    The move probably won't have the Texas Rangers quaking in their cleats, but the Angels think they upgraded their offense with Thursday's acquisition of infielder Alberto Callaspo from the Kansas City Royals for pitchers Sean O'Sullivan, who was recalled...
  • Rick Scott’s road show, birthers, and budget-cuts

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Gubernatorial candidate Rick Scott hit Pensacola today, ending a six-day bus tour that involved several wrong turns, a lot of sweaty canvassing, and big crowds interested in seeing the man whose face has been plastered on their...
  • Schwarzenegger says 'no' to majority budget votes [UPDATED]

     
    If California adopted its budgets by majority vote of the Legislature, like every other state except Arkansas and Rhode Island, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger would be home by now. But we don't, and apparently the governor wants to keep things the way they...
  • TLC makes Tuesday family night with ‘19 Kids and Counting,’ ‘One Big Happy Family’

     
    TLC was the network where the Gosselin marriage fell apart spectacularly. But the channel is pushing forward with a Tuesday schedule devoted to families. Starting Aug. 3, viewers will see new  episodes of “19 Kids and Counting” at...
  • Race to the Top: Fl predicted to be on finalist list

     
    With the Race to the Top finalists to be announced this afternoon (and no sneak previews revealed…at least yet), we turn to predictions…. Bloggers at Education Week, who've been following the federal grant saga closely, predict a list of 20...