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  • Go ahead and blame Ke$ha: Young women like to 'vocal fry'

    Go ahead and blame Ke$ha: Young women like to 'vocal fry'
    Ke$ha does it. So does Britney Spears, Zooey Deschanel and Kim Kardashian. And now a report shows two-thirds of women in a recent study do it, too: They're all using vocal fry when they talk. Vocal fry is a creaky, deep sound made when the human voice...
  • UCI romps, but Kuntz finds faults

    IRVINE — Even the beautiful game can be skewed in the eye of the beholder, with few as discerning as the ones holding the clipboard. So as the UC Irvine men's soccer team was piling on visiting Long Island University Brooklyn in a lopsided 2-0...
  • FHSU Men's Soccer leaps into national rankings at no. 13

    FHSU Men's Soccer leaps into national rankings at no. 13
    The Fort Hays State men's soccer team jumped into the national rankings after beginning its season 2-0 with a road win at Colorado Christian and a neutral site win against South Dakota School of Mines. The Tigers enter the national rankings for the...
  • Pensive deviled eggs? Irate gazpacho?

    Pensive deviled  eggs? Irate gazpacho?
    Hugo Liu says he hates recipes; the whole concept seems hopelessly antiquated to a guy who starts cooking by sniffing spices and thinking. Yet he has invented a revolutionary way of developing them. He has no formal background in food or drink, only a...
  • Lester Rodney dies at 98; Daily Worker sports editor fought segregation in major league baseball

    Lester Rodney dies at 98; Daily Worker sports editor fought segregation in major league baseball
    Lester Rodney, the sports editor and columnist for the American Communist Party newspaper the Daily Worker who crusaded to end segregation in major league baseball in the 1930s and '40s, has died. He was 98. Rodney died of age-related causes Sunday at...
  • Sue Bird to be featured in Seattle Storm story

     
    I'm pretty sure there is a clause in the contract of every Newsday sportswriter requiring us to refer to anything local-girl-made-good Sue Bird does. Hence, you should know that our Ms. Bird will be appearing on "NBA Access with Ahmad......
  • L.I. figures, from right to left, on the radio dial...

     
    At 12:30 p.m. today, a Ray Bertolino interview with terrorism expert Harvey Kushner, chairman of Long Island University???s criminal justice department, airs on WHPC 90.3 FM. Kushner, who???s advised public agencies, talks presidential politics and...
  • New York Fashion Week: Edgy-earthy makeup at Derek Lam

     
    Shimmering copper lips paired with bold blue eyes defined the sun-kissed, 70s-feeling makeup at Derek Lam's fall 2010 runway show. Conceptualized by Estée Lauder's creative makeup director Tom Pecheux -- who led 15 makeup artists working on 22 models --....
  • SNY debuts Big East hoops slate, YES talks money

     
    So sorry to be slow in posting this Friday. Chicago Norm of The Final Score, who moonlights as our Sunday editor, gave me an extra assignment for the newspaper in a cynical attempt to slow down my pace and give......
  • LI's Blakeman departs Port Authority board

     
    Bruce Blakeman, the former presiding officer of the Nassau Legislature, is now officially off the board of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. The state Senate, acting six months after the nomination of his replacement, finally......
  • Knicks, Rangers extend 1050 ESPN carriage deal

     
    MSG Media and 1050 ESPN announced an extension Thursday of the station's contract to carry Knicks and Rangers games. The agreement further extends a deal signed in June, 2007 and includes more cross-promotion between the Garden and 1050 ESPN. "We're......
  • Body of missing Santa Ana College student found near Fullerton creek

     
    Fullerton police said they have found near a creek bed the body of a 21-year-old Santa Ana College student who vanished over the weekend while taking his girlfriend's dog for a walk. The remote area where the body of James......