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30-Oct-2008

  • Taste of Orangeburg starts at noon today (The Times and Democrat)

    Chicken teriyaki, smoked turkey legs, charbroiled steak kabobs, dolphin chunks, sausage dogs.


  • Championship or bust for Lakers (The Press-Enterprise)

    You've probably heard of activists boycotting coffeehouse chains, unscrupulous clothing manufacturers or dolphin-imperiling tuna companies? Well, Sasha Vujacic is launching a slightly more frivolous campaign.


  • Cenko beefs up Scottish office (The Scotsman: Business)

    CENKO Securities, the Aim-listed brokerage, has strengthened its Scottish team by signing three senior figures from rival Brewin Dolphin.


  • Recap: Miami-Florida vs. Wake Forest (The Kansas City Star)

    Matt Bosher connected on three field goals to lead the Miami Hurricanes to a 16-10 victory over the Wake Forest Demon Deacons in ACC play at Dolphin Stadium.


  • Thievery rules as Miami Dolphins pick Bills' pockets (Miami Herald)

    Sometimes it takes a while to make certain decisions and particular judgments. Such a day was Sunday at Dolphin Stadium, when the home side finally decided to let the other side have play time with the greased pig.


  • Live blogging and chat from Dolphin Stadium (The Buffalo News)

    Buffalo News beat reporters Mark Gaughan and Allen Wilson and columnist Jerry Sullivan are blogging live from the Bills-Dolphins game in Miami today.


  • OU Notebook: Miami '09 in limbo (The Oklahoman)

    According to a report in the Miami Herald, Dolphin Stadium officials informed the University of Miami that it must reschedule next season?s Sept. 12 game with Oklahoma, as the Florida Marlins are booked for a home series that weekend. Miami athletic director Kirby Hocutt told the Herald that he expects to find another 2009 date for the Sooners at Dolphin Stadium. Injury update Wide receiver ...


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