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  • Scott Brown, '41,' on: 2012 and Cosmo

     
    by Mark Silva Scott Brown, the newly elected Republican senator from Massachusetts, says he's ready to play the role of "the 41st senator'' - a powerful new vote for a Republican minority able to stall any legislation that Democratic leaders......
  • Super Bowl partying, auction, predictions and other tidbits

     
    + MOVES Magazine, the Hollywood-based magazine about and for athletes, hosts its annual Red Carpet Super Bowl Gala at Christine Lee???s at Gulfstream Park on Wednesday night with hosts Ray Lewis and Ludacris. The latest issue of the glossy......
  • Project Runway: Whatever Heidi Wants

     
    Greeting Project Runway peeps! Hope you're surviving SNOWTORIOUS B.I.G. like I am: With a steady diet of TiVo'd programs, and copious amounts of alcohol. As always, I'm Kevin Van Valkenburg, sports writer on days that end in Y, and Project......
  • Ford, BMW Named Most Innovative

     
    Fast Company ??? one of the few magazines making a case for print publishing???s continued existence ??? has released its 2010 Most Innovative companies list. Even with a category just for transportation, only two established automakers were honored,...
  • Gourmet magazine to fold

     
    I just got off the plane from Chicago (with a quick detour to Whole Foods to buy staples and a late vegetarian sushi and black cherry soda lunch -- not as dreadful a combination as it sounds). When I got......
  • Flashy Cars Help Land Dates, Not Wives

     
    Women are more attracted to men who engage in frivolous spending ??? like buying exclusive supercars ??? but only briefly, according to the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. I???m sure it didn???t take a rocket scientist to figure this......
  • Judging a home by its siding

    In today's real estate market, anxious home sellers -- or those merely thinking about selling -- might well heed a finding of the latest annual remodeling study: It's what's outside that counts. Each year Remodeling magazine, a trade journal, studies...
  • Kindle 2 will no doubt find lots of new fans

    The Kindle 2, the second version of Amazon's breakthrough electronic book reader, is cheaper ($359), thinner (0.36 inches), can hold more books (more than 1,500 compared with 200), and has a longer battery life (Amazon says you can read for four to five...
  • Small savings add up over time

    The message from readers of On the Cheap this week is that there are numerous little ways to save. And readers also urge that you don't have to give up all forms of entertainment, even if you're currently in an austerity zone. Be creative, share and...
  • Google unveils Fast Flip for newspapers and magazines

     
    Google unveils Fast Flip, a quick magazine-like reader featuring articles from more than three dozen newspaper and magazine publishers. Google said it would share "the bulk" of the advertising revenue it will receive from the product....
  • Consumer Confidential: Food, feed and fraud

     
    Here's your manic-Monday roundup of consumer news from around the Web: -- In a glaring sign of the economic times, Gourmet magazine is being closed by parent Conde Nast Publications. The nation's oldest food magazine is the latest victim of......
  • Ruth Reichl stunned by Gourmet's end

     
    In his story on Conde Nast's decision to shut down the nation's oldest major food magazine, Russ Parsons quotes the magazine's editor (and former L.A. Times Food editor and restaurant critic) Ruth Reichl as saying she found out the news......