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  • Teen Werewolves of San Antonio, Texas

     
    Meet the wolf-pack! They're not goth. They aren't "Emo," either. They're something altogether goofier! Not so much mall-rats as mall-wolves, I suppose. And they will have you know that they are not posers! --Richard Metzger...
  • Boxing notes: Update on Pacquiao-Mayweather

     
    Manny Pacquiao has told reporters in the Philippines that he'd be willing to take a blood test up to 14 days before a fight with Floyd Mayweather Jr., and as the discussions intensify to set up the bout that will......
  • Orlando gets its Grease Sing-Along Date

     
    As I suggested back when the “Ocala wins Grease premiere” announcement, Orlando, despite supposedly casting the second highest sing-along-with-Grease vote tally, won't get the film until Thursday, July 15, a week after some cities which camein...
  • Winter Park’s Austin Rivers makes USA 18s national team

     
    Winter Park rising senior star Austin Rivers made the final cut to 12 players for the USA Basketball 18-and-under team that competes in the FIBA Americas tournament, which tips off Saturday, June 26, in San Antonio, Texas. The roster was announced...
  • Hispanic journalists’ group has new national president

     
    DENVER (AP) — Michele Salcedo, an editor in Washington for The Associated Press, is the new president of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists. Salcedo was elected as NAHJ's president on Saturday, and will serve in her new role for two years....
  • Lakers release 2010 summer-league roster

     
    I'll have more later from Devin Ebanks and Derrick Caracter, both of whom talked to reporters after a summer-league practice. For now, here is the Lakers' summer-league roster, which was released Friday. #4 Derrick Caracter, forward/center, 6 feet 9,...
  • Sing-A-Long Grease? The word is “sellout”

     
    A 32 year old musical going into limited release tonight is stirring the box office pot. Grease Sing-A-Long is selling out theaters in the dozen cities it is opening this week. Paramount says it has sold out every show this weekend at the Regal Ocala...
  • Amtrak Service Alert

    Amtrak has temporarily suspended service to and from parts of Texas for the safety of passengers, employees and equipment, in advance of the landfall of Hurricane Ike.   All passengers who have travel plans through September 13 on the affected areas on...
  • Man says God ordered him to ram vehicle at 100 mph

    A man who rammed his truck into a woman's vehicle on a highway early Friday told authorities he crashed into her while going more than 100 mph because God told him "she needed to be taken off the road." The truck rear-ended the car on U.S. Highway 281,...
  • Taking the Kids -- To a theme park this summer

    Taking the Kids -- To a theme park this summer
    The negotiations went right down to the wire. Was he persuasive enough? Would she back away from the deal at the last moment? I smile thinking of that hot day at Disney World when my son and older daughter worked so hard to convince their little...
  • Going over the line with Laguna parking

    When is a $40 parking ticket more than a parking ticket? When the ticketee is a successful trial attorney. Brant Mittler, a tourist from Texas, is still "hopping mad" ??? his words ??? at getting a parking ticket in Laguna Beach on April 29 for having...
  • Crescendo to success

    Crescendo to success
    Growing up in Hochheim, Texas, a young Carl St. Clair was once asked by a visiting journalist how many people lived in his town. After pausing for a moment to tally up the population, he replied, "36." "I could count them all up in my head. Although I...