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Montevideo American-News
Updated at 11:18 AM

Care to hear my prediction for the Next Big Thing in the world of cable television news, with its insatiable appetite for keeping viewers entertained around the clock?

Updated at 11:12 AM

Last week, I expressed my hope of finding some more power at the third base position after shuffling through shaky shortstops. Well I found some, including multiple 20-homer players, but not a single 30-homer guy from last season.

Updated at 11:09 AM

If you’re the sort of person who gets heavily invested in movies and television shows, there are pretty much only two settings: feast and famine. Or more perhaps more precisely, there’s the time of year when everything is out and you are inundated...

Updated at 10:58 AM

Two events occurred during the past week — one worth observing, the other less so. Daylight Saving Time has sprung the clocks, and hopefully us, forward by an hour. Sunset now occurs after 7 p.m.

Updated at 10:39 AM

In the five-passenger, front-wheel-drive compact segment, few if any models provide as many options as the Honda Civic.

Updated at 10:13 AM

Some cookbooks ignite a spark of interest, while others make a big impression. “Southern Living Community Cookbook” made that big impression. It is one of the best cookbooks I have read in a long time.

Updated at 9:55 AM

If Meatless Monday makes you crave more similar meals, you might want to explore “Going Veggie” by Trudy Slabosz.

Updated at 9:53 AM

In song lyrics, sage — along with parsley, rosemary and thyme — is a classic. The herb itself blends harmoniously with other herbs, as a signature winter flavoring. It was used medicinally in the Middle Ages to cure all kinds of ills. Some of that...

Updated at 9:28 AM

Chris Hemsworth, aka Thor, tore up "Saturday Night Live".

Updated at 9:10 AM

I was an only child. And despite my parents’ desire to have a bigger family, it just wasn’t meant to be. Don’t feel bad for me, though. This is a happy column. And I’m going to spend the next 800 words explaining why.

Updated at 8:54 AM

Sports announcer Howard Cosell made famous the phrase “Tell it like it is.” He prided himself on laying out his words of description for the listener just the way he saw it and letting the listener decide for himself just what occurred and, perhaps,...

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