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  • Gators lose commitment from three-star OL Chase Hounshell

     
    Florida left with 15 in recruiting class after OL Chase Hounshell changes commitment...
  • OL Tommy Jordan says he’s still committed to UF despite delaying enrollment

     
    Gators commit Tommy Jordan didn't enroll early, but says he's still coming to Florida...
  • Gators add 16th commit with verbal from Connecticut LB Graham Stewart

     
    Four-star linebacker Graham Stewart switches commitment from Boston College to Florida...
  • Tevin Westbrook is 17th commitment in Gators class

     
    The offer from Florida came late, but once it did North Broward Prep DE Tevin Westbrook couldn't pass. Rex Nottage, his high school coach, said Westbrook would sign with Florida on Wednesday. Westbrook, a 6-foot-5, 260-pound end, also was considering...
  • OL Tommy Jordan makes good on Florida commitment, signs LOI after delaying enrollment

     
    One of the more shaky commitments in this class ended with Ridgefield (Conn.) offensive lineman Tommy Jordan signing his Letter of Intent on Wednesday. Jordan came to Florida to enroll in January, but returned to Connecticut shortly after coming to the...
  • Jacoby Brissett becomes second All-American QB in Gators’ class

     
    Two days after National Signing Day, the Gators got more good news. Jacoby Brissett's announcement that he would sign with Florida gave new coach Will Muschamp his 19th commitment in the class and second All-American quarterback. Brissett, a 6-foot-5,...
  • Sympathy for Gus: Giancarlo Esposito talks 'Breaking Bad'

     
    In a career spanning more than two decades, Giancarlo Esposito has crawled into a lot of different skins, from the wild-eyed militant Buggin’ Out in “Do The Right Thing” to the fanatical frat leader in “School Daze to the pushy FBI...
  • Fall Arts Preview: Open Wide

    The buzz is back for the 13th annual City-Wide Open Studios. The reason is simple: Helen Kauder has returned. She started the first-ever City-Wide Open Studios and is widely credited for its success as an event connecting what’s often...
  • Connecticut's Cookie Master

    Connecticut's Cookie Master
    Andre Kreft doesn't like cookies. But with Savor, his flavor-packed, imaginative line of shortbread cookies, he's created cookies even he can love. "I wanted to challenge the status quo of people's perceptions of what a cookie is," Kreft says. "I...
  • A Cooking Jazz Scene in Bethel

    A Cooking Jazz Scene in Bethel
    Pizzeria Lauretano 291 Greenwood Avenue, Bethel, (203) 792-1500, www.pizzerialauretano.com   Jay Nachowitz books jazz musicians in top-notch venues around the world, but when he tells his artists about an opportunity to play at a pizza parlor in Bethel,...
  • NJ Mayor Acquitted In Federal Corruption Trial

    NJ Mayor Acquitted In Federal Corruption Trial
    A federal jury has acquitted a northern New Jersey mayor and convicted his associate in a trial stemming from last year's large-scale corruption sting. Ridgefield Mayor Anthony Suarez and Guttenberg tax preparer Vincent Tabbachino each faced two...