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Special CorrespondentCheck this list often as new tips, events and deals around Florida come in: No need to leave Fido behind Vacationers traveling to Orlando don’t have to leave Fifi or Fido behind with Rosen Hotels & Resorts’ VIP ¿ Very Important Pet ¿ package...
El volleyball femenino de playa fue uno de los deportes más populares en la pasada Olimpíada de Londres y con buena razón. Al margen del talento de las protagonistas, la actividad se caracteriza particularmente por el espectacular atractivo de las...
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And, in the end, the love you take is equal to the love you make. Although the math might be fuzzy behind that lyrical equation, offered in the closing moments of the Beatles' 1969 "Abbey Road" album, there's no doubt that Paul McCartney is one of the...
As Orb charged to the wire at Churchill Downs last weekend, he established his clear superiority to the other 18 thoroughbreds on horse racing's biggest stage, the Kentucky Derby. But compared to Derby champions of the past, Orb's time is less...
The Hartford CourantKelly Schumacher turned in one of the great individual performances in UConn women's basketball Final Four history when the 6-foot-5 center blocked nine shots in the 2000 national championship game victory over Tennessee. That could have been enough to...
Fairfield Men's Soccer Goalie Michael O'Keeffe, A 2012 Olympian, Honored With University's Student Achievement AwardFairfield men's soccer goalie Michael O'Keeffe was among four Fairfield students honored with the university's Student Achievement Award, giving to "outstanding seniors who have enhanced a specific university program." O'Keeffe was the starting goalie...
Tags: Fairfield University, Basketball, Sports, Soccer, Students
In order to be famous, it's no longer enough to just be famous. You can win a gold medal at the Olympics or have a platinum-selling album, but these days, you also have to be — cringe with us here — a brand. That means endorsement deals,...
Channel Guide MagazineWhat Would Ryan Lochte Do? is set to premiere on E! Sundays beginning April 21 at 10pmET. Five-time Olympic gold medalist Ryan Lochte wants more than endorsements and Olympic fame. He’s setting his eyes on Hollywood in a big way, securing his...
Vanessa Zamarripa, the Pac-12 Conference gymnast of the year, is a fifth-year senior at UCLA who has steadied the Bruins as three key team members suffered season-ending injuries. Hers was a voice of experience based on how she dealt with her own serious...
There are at least three great reasons to see "Sicily: Art and Invention Between Greece and Rome," the newly opened antiquities exhibition at the Getty Villa in Pacific Palisades. A major sculpture anchors each of the show's three rooms, and together they...
Tags: Artists, Sculpture, The Getty, Greek Gods and Goddesses, Arts
Staff writerThe contestants on Monday’s “Dancing With the Stars” celebrated the best years of their lives. The show produced tears, hugs, gymnastics, a breakthrough and a health scare. Would a flu-stricken Lisa Vanderpump dance? Here's how the...
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