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Mayo on the Side: Michael Mayo | Sun Sentinel BlogsHere's an idea for the Boy Scouts: Stage the next national jamboree at Chick-fil-A. The two outfits seem to be on the same backward page when it comes to equal rights for gays. Disappointing to me, since I'm an Eagle......
Mayo on the Side: Michael Mayo | Sun Sentinel BlogsJust when we thought Election 2012 was going to be all about the economy, along comes President Obama to reignite the Culture Wars. His declaration that gays should be legally allowed to marry is politically risky, potentially alienating large segments......
Reality CheckBucky reports on last night's Survivor:This week’s Survivor opens with Matt, on Redemption Island, having a one-sided conversation with God, about playing a reality game show.No, Matt’s not the crazy one. We’ll get to the crazy one...
Dining@LargeBob Swank's lost recaps of America's Next Great Restaurant are a millenarian weekend bonus feature on Dining@Large. Enjoy. - RGAmerica’s Next Great RestaurantEpisode 4 – The Revolution Will Not Be Televised Haven’t seen the show yet?...
Maryland WeatherFrom The Sun's print editions: Baltimore Sun reporter Candus Thomson offers this guest post: Indian Summer, by the strictest of definitions, doesn’t appear to be on Baltimore’s horizon or even beyond, according to the Accuweather charts. No...
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Reality Check"America's Got Talent" is still airing auditions. This week, the show stopped in New York and Atlanta.Can anyone knock any sense into Ashley on "The Bachelorette?" The L.A. Times takes note of the lesbian contestants on "The Voice."Italian contestant...
Business & Pleasure of Sports | Sun Sentinel blogsSuper Bowl television commercials, and the advertising agencies producing them, remain out of step with the diversity of the audience for the nation???s most popular sporting event, according to a study released Wednesday at the University of Central...
Business & Pleasure of Sports | Sun Sentinel blogsThe WNBA sets the standard among sport leagues for providing opportunities regardless of race or gender, according to a study at the University of Central Florida. The league received an A+ for race and an A for gender for a......
Palm Beach Politics | Sun Sentinel blogsThe gay rights group Palm Beach County Human Rights Council said Tuesday it wants Gov.-elect Rick Scott's first order of business when he takes office to be issuing an executive order banning discrimination on the grounds of sexual orientation in......
Reality CheckSorry, folks, that this is so late. Between the snow earlier this week and an eye doctor's appointment that left me unable to see for a couple of hours. (But, yay, my retinas are OK. /TMI) Anyway, at long last,......
Who's on Team Gloucester?Here's a witten statement sent via e-mail from Bill Dodson in regards to his arrest Monday night on a charge that he pointed or brandished a firearm at a man sitting on his son's porch in Clay Bank:"It's easy to......
Mayo on the Side: Michael Mayo | Sun Sentinel BlogsMore post-primary thoughts: --Much is being made by national political analysts about Tuesday's turnout in Florida, with more Republicans than Democrats voting on Tuesday, and what it might portend for the November races for governor and U.S. Senate....
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