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  • Lost a Borders? Books-A-Million may be on the way

     
    Books-A-Million will take over leases where 14 Borders bookstores had been....
  • All aboard the retirement bandwagon

     
    Today brings not one but two calls from prominent national writers for Joe Paterno to retire. Must be a big game approaching. Buzz Bissinger, a former Putlizer-Prize-winning reporter for the Philadelphia Inquirer who wrote the book "Friday Night Lights,"...
  • Morning reads: Gators take 4-0 record into matchup with Alabama

     
    With its usual win out of the way vs. Kentucky, this 25th consecutive one by a 48-10 score, Florida now looks ahead to a matchup with No. 3 Alabama. Let's take a look back at how Florida finished September unbeaten after the rout of the Wildcats and what'...
  • Consumer Confidential: Blockbuster, man caves, zodiac salaries

     
    Dish Network is announcing an Internet video service that will try to woo away subscribers from Netflix. A man cave in the basement won't detract from the resale value of your home, says Stephanie Rauterkus, a professor of accounting and finance at the...
  • The New Anti-Aging Diet

     
    Researchers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham have developed a new anti-aging diet. They are calling it the EpiGenetics diet because it’s filled with foods that prevent the genetic damage that can lead to many diseases of aging,...
  • On the road to Chicago

     
    On the road to Chicago....
  • James Beard Foundation announces award finalists: L.A. chefs on the short list

     
    The James Beard Foundation has winnowed a long list of semi-finalists for its 2011 awards and Monday announced the finalists, including Los Angeles chefs Suzanne Goin of Lucques for outstanding chef and Dahlia Narvaez of Osteria Mozza for outstanding...
  • Mark your calendars: Creation debate in June

     
    The question of origins is as controversial inside the church as it is outside of it. There is an intense debate among believers about how to interpret the Creation account of Genesis. This debate raises many practical questions: Does the Creation...
  • Mo-Chica's Ricardo Zarate makes best new chef list

     
    Ricardo Zarate of much-loved Mo-Chica, the 2-year-old star of the Mercado La Paloma food court near USC, has been named one of Food & Wine magazine's best new chefs of the year, joining such familiar past winners as Thomas Keller......
  • Genetic testing debate: A DIY do or don't?

     
    Genetic testing has always provoked debate. Among the arguments is whether people should know that they're predisposed to diseases there's no cure for. The controversy has been kicked up a notch now that genetic testing has hit the consumer market......
  • R. Kelly to give fans 'love letter' on summer tour

     
    R. Kelly, the self-proclaimed king of R&B, is set to hit the road this summer in support of his acclaimed 11th album, “Love Letter,” he announced Tuesday. The three-time Grammy winner kicks off the month-long trek June 2 in Southaven,......
  • Who's hiring in higher education?

    Who's hiring in higher education?
    Lafayette College. Lehigh University. Moravian College. Muhlenberg College. DeSales University. Cedar Crest College. Through the decades, these private institutions have taught students how to think critically, debate clearly and work collaboratively....