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  • Play ball! Fox channels are back on Cablevision as agreement in principle is reached

     
    The signals of News Corp.'s Fox TV stations in New York and Pennsylvania were restored to 3 million Cablevision Systems Corp. subscribers Saturday night after the two sides struck an agreement in principle. The tentative deal comes more than two......
  • Michael Hiltzik: "I'm not a billionaire ... I'm you" [Updated]

     
    ...or isn't that the theme of Meg Whitman's final round of campaign advertising? As my Sunday column observes, today's gaggle of CEO/politicos seems unusually flatfooted on the campaign trail. Yet the failure of successful business leaders to make the...
  • Q-Poll: Sink 44, Scott 43; Rubio out front

     
    TALLAHASSEE — The last Quinnipiac University poll of likely voter taken over the weekend has Democratic gubernatorial nominee Alex Sink with 44 percent support and Republican Rick Scott at 43 percent, a further tightening since the school's poll...
  • The NY Times’ bizarre, belated Florida endorsements

     
    The New York Times did something odd this morning, adding a couple dozen endorsements from races around the country to its usual list of endorsements from New York and Connecticut. The list included the paper's blessing in Florida for Democra...
  • About (Late) Last Night: Jon Stewart and friends outdo election absurdity

     
    The Daily Show With Jon Stewart Mon - Thurs 11p / 10c Indecision 2010 - Maybe We Can't - Election Results www.thedailyshow.com During the television frenzy of an election night, the absurdity of real news reaches surprising peaks, with pundit......
  • Is personal money in campaigns overrated?

     
    Republican Rick Scott dug $73 million out of his deep pockets and narrowly took the governor's race in Florida. But other self-funded candidates didn't do so well this year. In California, billionaire Republican Meg Whitman plowed $160...
  • Live, from Big Pine Key -- not at FAU vs. WKU

     
    Whew, a little fuzzy this morning, but that???s what rehearsal dinners are for, right? To let the in-laws know what they are getting into... No, I am not in Bowling Green (or Nashville, which is home base for trips......
  • Football: Controversy in Connecticut

     
    There's a big debate going on in Connecticut after a high school football team somehow acquired an armband containing coded plays of its opponent and allegedly used it to set defenses. Some might call that cheating. ESPN's Outside the Lines......
  • Inside the Cozy Castle: A secret warehouse space mixes music and performance

     
    Milo Gonzales braces his arms in a handstand on a fuzzy pink platform, and his legs arch backward, dangling over his mop of rainbow-colored dreadlocks. He looks up as his spine contorts into the letter “C”. Musicians sway behind him,......
  • Connecticut football coach suspended for using opposing team armband

     
    Southington, CT high school football coach D.J. Hernandez has been suspended for one game by his school after admitting he used an opponent's armband with plays on it in a game at Manchester on Oct. 22. Hernandez is the brother of former Florida Gator and...
  • Black light tattoos: It only comes out in the dark

     
    A tattoo can represent anything from a long-held religious belief, remembering a loved one, random moments of inspiration or a night of one too many tequila shots. It's near impossible to walk down a street in Los Angeles without spotting an inked body....