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  • Mark Sanford's affair: Argentina, amor

     
    by Mark Silva and updated Gov. Mark Sanford has come clean. Not only was he not hiking on the Appalachian Trail -- but rather cruising around Argentina -- during his recent disappearing act. The Republican governor of South Carolina also......
  • Blizzard's fury was no match for young looove

    Blizzard's fury was no match for young looove
    The Doctor is in. "A grand slalom-like drive in the dark through the Rocky Mountains was the weekend routine for my then-new boyfriend Fred in the winter of our courtship," wrote Sue Lucrezi of Lower Saucon Township. "After working 60+ hours a week as...
  • Machines to help you take a load off

    Machines to help you take a load off
    "Every runner over 45 that I see in here has advanced osteoarthritis in his knees," my doctor told me last year before recommending surgery for my torn meniscus. "I tell all you guys the same thing: ‘The impact is too much. Switch to the...
  • Central Catholic graduate got to share the stage with Peyton Manning at University of Virginia

    Amy Rodgers and her brother, Mike, are Manning fans, but as New York Giants fans they have rooted for Eli much more than his brother Peyton. That may change to a degree after their experience on May 17 when Amy and Mike got the chance to meet the Denver...
  • 'Trying to fix football,' U.Va. AD adamant in support of London

    'Trying to fix football,' U.Va. AD adamant in support of London
    CHARLOTTESVILLE — Craig Littlepage scrapped Thanksgiving with family in his native Pennsylvania. He's delegating more to underlings and isn't nearly as conversant about early season college basketball as he'd like. "We're trying to fix football,...
  • Virginia Tech interim AD a two-time cancer survivor and pioneering administrator

     Virginia Tech interim AD a two-time cancer survivor and pioneering administrator
    During one of his final staff meetings as Virginia Tech's athletic director, Jim Weaver revealed how much pain he was enduring, how Parkinson's disease and two failing hips had not only fast-tracked his retirement but also compromised basic, daily living....
  • Boyd's first visit of new recruiting process: Tennessee

    With his travel schedule already starting to fill up since announcing last Sunday he was backing off his commitment to West Virginia, Phoebus High's Tajh Boyd knows what he's looking for, but he doesn't know where to find it yet. Boyd, a 6-foot, 210-...
  • Steve James' documentary on concussions in sports still timely and should give all pause

    Steve James' documentary on concussions in sports still timely and should give all pause
    Steve James' provocative documentary on concussions in sports, "Head Games," explores the science and indicts the powerful. But his storytelling truly excels when everyday moms, dads and kids reveal their hopes, fears and grief. A Hampton native,...
  • All together now

    You know a nation is in trouble when the worst epithet its citizens can hurl at each other is the title of a folk song: "Kumbaya," an African American spiritual whose name (and chorus) translates from the Gullah dialect as "come by here." It has had...
  • Can't tell if spread will save Cavaliers

    The bailout plan for University of Virginia football, coordinator Gregg Brandon's spread offense, had its first public rollout Saturday. Suffice to say the performance wasn't nearly enough to make investors bullish on the Cavaliers. And that's fine with...
  • U.Va. alum eager to boost recruiting

    Jason Williford returns to the University of Virginia as an assistant basketball coach with a clear and daunting challenge: Help assemble recruiting classes as good as his own. Williford arrived at Virginia in 1991 with Cory Alexander, Junior Burrough,...
  • Gregory Rodriguez: The war between the whites

    The fourth-grade teacher in Virginia who performed a mock slave auction in her classroom April 1 — with the white kids pretending to buy and sell the black kids — was duly chastised by school officials for her racial insensitivity. Given...