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  • 'True Blood': What would we do, baby, without us?

     
    "Family ties" may as well have been the theme of tonight's "True Blood," "Night on the Sun," which slowed the plot way down in favor of scenes where characters who haven't spent a lot of time together this season got......
  • Jack Black and Linklater link up for “Bernie”

     
    The School of Rock team — Jack Black and director Richard Linklater — are re-teaming for a dark comedy about a mortician (Black) who goes to great lengths to maintain the illusion that this woman who has died is still alive. Not Weekend at...
  • Social media wrap: Obama, Boehner and Feingold have money on their minds

     
    Money: It's a gas (according to Pink Floyd). But it's also the oxygen of Beltway politics. Here, Mary Bono Mack, Fred Thompson and Ken Marchant tweet alongside Obama, Boehner and Feingold on economic issues.....
  • ‘Steel Magnolias’ onstage in Sanford

     
    Most everyone is familiar with the movie version of Steel Magnolias — it made a name for one Miss Julia Roberts, who was joined by an all-star cast including Shirley MacLaine, Sally Field, Olympia Dukakis and Dolly Parton. If you've never seen it...
  • Ted Stevens plane crash also involving former NASA head Sean O'Keefe -- and some history

     
    Fatalities unconfirmed. Video of Ted Stevens addressing Sean O-Keefe at his NASA administrator confirmation hearings....
  • FAU fans are lucky -- open practices dwindling

     
    Fans who want to see their teams practice are getting fewer and fewer opportunities. The latest to shut down practice is FIU. Same coach, but Mario Cristobal, who used to keep his practices open, has shut out the public......
  • Gulf oil spill victims applaud choice of New Orleans court

     
    A federal judicial panel's decision to consolidate lawsuits arising from the gulf oil spill in New Orleans has been praised by lawyers representing victims who have lost livelihoods and loved ones in the environmental disaster. Commercial fishermen,...
  • 2010 Sun Belt Conference preview

     
    2010 Sun Belt Conference preview With college football season just around the corner, we are taking a closer look at conference breakdowns....
  • Monks get the kibosh on casket business

     
    Religion News Service reporter Ramon Antonio Vargas writes about monks in Louisiana who ran into opposition from the funeral industry when they tried to make a little extra money building caskets. NEW ORLEANS (RNS) When St. Joseph Abbey decided to open...
  • College football countdown: No. 14 South Carolina

     
    College football countdown: No. 14 South Carolina The Orlando Sentinel is counting down every team in the country from 120 to 1....
  • Gulf oil spill: scientists assess health effects

     
    Days after a vacationing President Obama swam in gulf waters and tasted fish caught off the coast of Florida, scientists with the Natural Resources Defense Council said the gulf oil spill probably still will have far-reaching health effects on both......