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  • Smokin' Joe gone, but not forgotten

    Smokin' Joe gone, but not forgotten
    Joe Frazier, one of the toughest and hardest hitting boxers of all time, loses his fight with liver cancer at 67. Frazier showed us what being a champ is all about, and was the only boxer of his time who didn't back down to Muhammad Ali's trash talking....
  • Gayle on the Go! Events for Saturday, Nov. 12, 2011

    This Weekend: 47th Annual Automobile Club of Southern California NHRA Finals Auto Club Raceway at Pomona 2780 Fairplex Drive Pomona (800) 884-6472 www.nhra.com t's JUDGEMENT DAY at the 47th Annual Automobile Club of Southern California NHRA Finals in...
  • A new documentary about "The Greatest"

    A new documentary about "The Greatest"
    Muhammad Ali 6:30 p.m. Nov. 27, Ridgefield Playhouse, 80 East Ridge, Ridgefield. 203-438-5795.   The whole story? In 93 minutes? That's what Joseph Consentino's film manages to convey. And it's quite a story. Muhammad Ali, one of the greatest boxers...
  • Larry Zarian's life celebrated

    Larry Zarian's life celebrated
    Since former Glendale Mayor Larry Zarian passed away about a month ago, his sons have gotten to know him in a different light. “We’ve been introduced to him all over again,” said his son, Lawrence Zarian, at the a “Celebration...
  • No punches pulled in story of a broadcasting original

    No punches pulled in story of a broadcasting original
    When ABC Sports guru Roone Arledge was suggesting Howard Cosell for "Monday Night Football," NFL Commissioner Pete Rozelle replied: "Cosell? Why don't you just dig up Attila the Hun?" Such was the reaction generated by modern broadcasting's first...
  • Chan Lowe: President Gingrich's inaugural

    Chan Lowe: President Gingrich's inaugural
    Thank you, Newt, for ensuring that Mitt Romney does not win the nomination in a cakewalk. He doesn’t deserve it.    Yesterday, Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey—in his sad, yet trenchant endorsement comments—exhorted caucus-goers...
  • Census: U.S. Population to Near 313 Million on New Year's

    Census: U.S. Population to Near 313 Million on New Year's
    NEW YORK -- The U.S. population is expected to top out at close to 312.8 million people just around the time crowds gather to watch the ball drop on New Year's Eve, according to new census data released Thursday. The figure represents a 0.7% increase...
  • Dunbar's short MMA career ends in tragedy

    Dunbar's short MMA career ends in tragedy
    The room at Mojoes in Joliet was filled with, at most, a few hundred people. The crowd wasn't loud. Maybe it was bored after having watched eight mixed martial arts fights. Maybe it was tired as the buzz wore off that December night. Not Jeff Dunbar....
  • Pastry legend Lutz Olkiewicz passes away

    Pastry legend Lutz Olkiewicz passes away
    Long before gaudy, gooey cupcakes became America’s default dessert, there was Lutz Olkiewicz. During his 25 years at the Drake Hotel, Chicago's grand master of sugar created delicate pastries, elegant cakes and intricately decorated tortes. ...
  • Clueless in Washington

    So I am watching Bill Maher’s last show of the season Friday, and he had an unusual panel: three people who never screamed at one another – two rather tepid liberals and a rather tepid Tea Party guy. I have no idea where he found all of them...
  • Hollywood producer testifies of being strong-armed for campaign contribution

    When his multimillion-dollar deal at the Illinois teacher pension board suddenly stalled in Springfield seven years ago, Hollywood producer Thomas Rosenberg turned to an old friend for help. William Cellini, a Springfield power broker whom Rosenberg knew...
  • Super Bowl an NBC bonanza

    Yes, NBC likes having the Patriots, with arguably the game's most recognizable coach and quarterback on one sideline, and the Giants, representing the country's biggest media market, on the other. But as Al Michaels said the other day in a media...