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  • Meet the 'Beauty and the Geek 5' Contestants

    Can a Playboy bunny and geeky videogame programmer see eye-to-eye? "Beauty and the Geek" returns to ask that question and more. In the reality show's fifth season premiere, Tuesday, March 11 at 8 p.m. ET, "Beauty and the Geek" introduces nine gorgeous...
  • Bill Cosby: Obama has Bush to thank

     
    by Mark Silva As The Cosby Show celebrates its 25th anniversary this coming Sunday, star Bill Cosby is posed the question: Did the black family that he presented to the American television-viewing audience in the 1980s pave the way for......
  • Tylenol case investigators seek to match items with 1982 evidence

    Authorities searched the Boston-area home and storage facility of the longtime suspect in the Tylenol murders in the hope they would find items matching evidence recovered at the time of the 1982 killings, a source familiar with the investigation said...
  • In profile: Rev. Robert Trache of St. Mark the Evangelist Episcopal Church

    In profile: Rev. Robert Trache of St. Mark the Evangelist Episcopal Church
    Other job experience: Former office staff member for Sen. Jacob Javits of New York; former associate dean of admissions at Rutgers and Catholic University of America; former executive director of ecumenical ministry to homeless and working poor in south...
  • 'Killer Poet: The Double Life of Norman Porter' (3 1/2 stars!)

    "Killer Poet" is so strong, so evenhanded in its examination of the life of Norman Porter (a.k.a. Jacob A. Jameson) that a viewer will see no need for this documentary ever to inspire a feature film. The facts are wildly cinematic: By 19, in 1960,...
  • Spotlight On Karl Hobbs

    Hobbs, who played under Dom Perno in 1980-84, is still fifth on the UConn all-time assists list with 534, trailing only Doron Sheffer (559), Kevin Ollie (619), Tate George (677) and Taliek Brown (722). He had four 10-plus assists games as a senior in...
  • Woods was 'ideal actor'

    Family and friends of George Woods gathered Friday at the Aliso Creek Inn to share memories of the actor and longtime Patriots Day Parade commentator, who died July 3. He was 75. "He was a wonderful man, full of personality and always a pleasure to have...
  • Prosecutors: Suspect In Russian Spy Ring Confessed

    Prosecutors: Suspect In Russian Spy Ring Confessed
    One of the suspects in an alleged spy ring has confessed to federal agents that he worked for Russia's intelligence service, federal prosecutors said Thursday. The revelation came on a day when several defendants in the case were making court...
  • Prosecutors: Spy Suspect Gives Details, But Won't Reveal His Real Name

    Prosecutors: Spy Suspect Gives Details, But Won't Reveal His Real Name
    Within hours of his capture, U.S. prosecutors say, Russian spy suspect Juan Lazaro admitted his name was an alias. So who is he? Lazaro wasn't saying -- not "even for his son," court papers say. Lazaro's admission -- and defiance -- was revealed...
  • Review: "Lit" by Mary Karr

    "Lit" By Mary Karr HarperCollins, 386 pages Mary Karr, prizewinning memoirist and poet whose bestselling volumes of autobiography, The Liars’ Club and Cherry, describe her hardscrabble Texas childhood, grew up convinced that the only way to...
  • The Prospector: To commit or decommit, teenage players rustle with decisions

    The Prospector: To commit or decommit, teenage players rustle with decisions
    This column was published in January of 2010, a month before National Signing Day   There was a time when decommitting from a college after having originally pledged your services was big news. "How dare they go against their word," everyone would...
  • Tylenol murders: Suspect in 1982 murders ordered to give DNA samples, sources say

    In a sign that authorities are still pushing to solve the 1982 Tylenol murders, investigators sought and obtained DNA samples from a longtime suspect in the infamous case. Sources familiar with the probe said James William Lewis of suburban Boston...