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  • 11 years ago

    Jim Gaffigan is quite pale, and he’s aware that he’s quite pale. But the pasty poster boy of white-on-white comedy hasn’t become a ubiquitous face on TV by just laughing at his unusual whiteness. His genius comes through the lens of...

  • 11 years ago

    There’s a saying in Turkey: The soul comes through the throat. So it’s probably no coincidence that the lamb kebab, the meat stew, and the stuffed ribs are so damn tasty. Lucky for you, this Saturday and Sunday starting at 10 a.m., Huize...

  • 12 years ago

    We can't bring the troops home just yet, but we can honor our servicemen with a tradition as American as apple pie, only tastier: the bikini contest. It makes sense that to spice up the fourth coming of Seminole Hard Rock's annual Fleet Week celeb...

  • 12 years ago

    Bjorn Rebney is not a fighter. But the new kid on the mixed martial arts block has just delivered a haymaker to the soft, fleshy side of the competition. Rebney’s Bellator Fighting Championships has pinned down a deal with ESPN Deportes that ...

  • 12 years ago

    Valentine’s Day is here again. The pink hearts, the chalky candy, the love stinking up the air — it’s enough to make you want to go on a rampage. J. Vinazza and Dawn Dubriel know the feeling. That’s why for this month’s in...

  • 12 years ago

    After five months of broken bones and shattered dreams, only two NCAA football teams remain, the Florida Gators and the Oklahoma Sooners. No one said winning was easy: with the math and the numbers and the statistics factored into choosing the fin...

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