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El sur de Florida, con todo su glamour y eclecticismo, recibió un duro golpe esta semana cuando los dueños de equipos de la NFL hicieron pedazos el sueño de Miami de convertirse nuevamente en sede de un Super Bowl. En una votación que resultó en...
Tags: GQ, Johan Santana, Social Media, Joe Mauer, Rashied Ali
The standing ovation echoed through Estadio Latinoamericano in Havana as Ron Fraser walked to the first base coach's box. This was 1987. Fraser heard the 60,000 fans, but didn't see Fidel Castro beckoning him. Not at first, anyhow. Fraser thought the...
Youth sports Ex-Terp Darryl Hill starts Kids Play USA Darryl Hill, who in 1963 became the first black football player at Maryland and in the Atlantic Coast Conference, this week announced the formation of his nonprofit organization, Kids Play USA,...
Head west on 19th Street in Costa Mesa. First, you hit the monumentalist architecture of the 24-Hour Fitness club and Road Runner Sports. Then comes the more modest cash-for-gold outlet and a pawnshop. Finally, half-hidden behind a clutch of palm trees...
The Hartford CourantOpponents of the planned wind farms in Colebrook have lost their case in state Superior Court, as a judge said their claims that the six turbines, as tall as a 40-story building, would not unduly hurt the environment or harm the neighbors. The two...
Les Butts of Woodland Hills was walking his dog earlier this month, which can be a dangerous activity in a city with nearly 5,000 miles of ruptured sidewalk. Butts, a musical instrument salesman, hit a patch of uneven pavement and took a tumble, falling...
One of the most demotivating things to happen to on your path to fitness is hitting that dreaded plateau. The point in time when all progress seems to slow down, or outright stop dead in its tracks. This basically means that: a) You become really...
MESA, Ariz. — Twenty days after he walked into camp, Gerardo Concepcion faced a team of minor leaguers from the Angels. It was only the second time the 20-year-old Cuban had pitched in a game situation for the Cubs, and if he was nervous, he wasn't...
Tags: Landforms, Fidel Castro, Thomas Ricketts, Sports, Baseball
By mid-January, most cold-weather lovers are basking in the delights of frosty breath, frozen cheeks and runny noses and are all bundled up to take part in their favorite winter activities. Area ski resorts have witnessed an increase in patronage since...
Times Staff WriterTHE town of Millau in south-central France once was known for traffic jams because it was here that the A75 — a largely toll-free route from Paris to the Côte d'Azur — crossed the deep valley of the Tarn River. As a result, most travelers...
Hello and happy mid July- lots to talk about- lets get started… Juan Manuel Marquez defeated Likar Ramos on July 16th. This was a significant fight because it was a tune-up for JMM for his eventual date in November with famous boxer Manny...
I'm sure I'm not the only person who entertained a momentary twinge of regret Wednesday night when I heard that James (Whitey) Bulger, the legendary South Boston gangster, had been apprehended after 16 years on the run. There's something about the...
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