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Eve Tannery of WFMZ wins first 'Lehigh Valley Dan...
WFMZ news anchor Eve Tannery shook her hips and booty into a win last night at the first "Lehigh Valley Dancing with the Stars," a benefit for the Freddy Awards. Tannery, wearing the short sparkly...
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Dancing with the Stars
3 California hotels among Jetsetter's quirky Hote...
Hotel booking website Jetsetter took a novel approach to its 2015 Hotel Food Awards announced Wednesday: It ranked restaurants by what they're best at rather than comparing them with one...
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April in the D: Tigers red hot, Wings on ropes
Jeff Day — Sports Columnist The Ole English “D” ball club is red hot here in the month of April. All of us Detroit Tiger fans could have never imagined such a start; I know I didn’t. The starting...
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J's future now under Gallo
One of the biggest recent stories was E. & J. Gallo’s purchase of Sonoma County’s J Vineyards & Winery. The sale includes the brand, facilities, inventory and 300 acres of vineyards, and it makes...
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Free Will Astrology
ARIES (March 21-April 19): In recent years, groups of students at Yale and other Ivy League universities have pioneered a unique cultural trend: naked parties. Those in attendance at one of these...
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Hanks: We’ll see you next April at Grainger Stadi...
Professional baseball fans in Kinston and Lenoir County can dream again: It appears America’s pastime is headed back to Historic Grainger Stadium. It looks like we’re closer to that reality than we...
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Delicious from-scratch food at Bethlehem's Sweet ...
Where to start in describing the eclectic and aptly named Sweet Indulgence Cafe on Broad Street in Bethlehem? The sleek bar area, with live music Wednesdays and many weekends? The cozy dining section...
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Turn frozen green peas into a stunning spring sid...
Somehow, we managed to thoroughly enjoy three years in a cracker-jack-box apartment. We both agree that the hours of laughter, late-night chats and memorable meals shared around our hand-me-down...
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Salt and pepper
Wilmington's minor league dreams could have playe...
Instead, those wanting to see the Atlanta Braves of tomorrow can make the two-hour drive north to Zebulon and see the Carolina Mudcats, who have become the Braves' new Class A affiliate in the...
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The Arrival of Man-Made Earthquakes
In the fall of 2011, students in Katie Keranen’s seismology course at the University of Oklahoma buried portable seismograph stations around the campus, in anticipation of a football game between the...
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Zara Phillips drawn 66th for her Rolex Kentucky d...
Eight British horses are entered. Zara Phillips (High Kingdom) will make her Kentucky debut at number 66, while fellow first-timer Francis Whittingon (Easy Target) will sport 32. William Fox-Pitt is...
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Memories at McCoy Stadium: Magic of McCoy won’t b...
Memories at McCoy Stadium: Magic of McCoy won’t be the same after relocation Boston Red Sox’s team members celebrate Hanley Ramirez’s grand slam homer off Philadelphia Phillies on April 6, 2015....
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Can you eat healthy at the ballpark?
... me out to the ballgame, take me out to the crowd. Buy me some peanuts and
… .” Yep, it’s about time to cry, “Play ball!” Oh, the smell and sounds of the ballpark: hot dogs, beer,...
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Possumhaw: All-American pastimes
Take me out to the ballgame; take me out to the crowd. Buy me some peanuts and
; I don't care if I never get back.... -- Jack Norworth, 1908 Spring is unpredictably crazy. Nine days ago...
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First pitch of Maddon's Cubs stint thrown in Hazl...
First came the wind-up, then the pitch and a strike right over the plate. It was a perfect “first pitch” to kick off the Chicago Cubs’ season, all the way over in Hazleton. Albina Maddon, the mother...
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LOVERRO: Nationals clubhouse manager Mike Wallace...
He was resurrecting a body that had been in a baseball coma for 33 years. “We just worked with what we had,” Wallace said. “It was kind of close, comfy. The coach’s locker room you could put both...
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MLB Opening Day: Best stadium hot dogs and recipe...
... me out to the ball game, Take me out with the crowd. Buy me some peanuts and
, I don't care if I never get back, Let me root, root, root for the home team, If they don't win it's a...
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Beyond peanuts and Cracker Jack: Six unusual ball...
Beyond peanuts and
: Six unusual ballpark snacks With Major League Baseball’s season opener set for Sunday at Wrigley Field, we’re sure you’re already salivating for hot dogs, nachos,...
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Bring your appetite to Opening Day: Miller Park's...
MILWAUKEE (WITI) — We’re just four days away from the official start to the Milwaukee Brewers season. Opening Day is set for Monday, April 6th — as the Brewers face the Colorado Rockies at Miller...
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30 Ballparks in 30 Days: The Ultimate Baseball Ro...
... Ballparks in 30 DaysThe ultimate baseball road trip itinerary generator returns for the 2015 season. Two summers ago, my friend Eric and I indulged in the ultimate expression of baseball fandom:...
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