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NONFICTION: An ornery, broken-down, used-up man and an ornery, broken-down, used-up dog find each other. "The Speckled Beauty" by Rick Bragg; Alfred A. Knopf (238 pages, $26) ——— Those of us with city dogs (what Rick Bragg calls "fancy dog people") might be aghast to read about the life of Speck, the rambunctious, mostly untrained, free-ranging and always-spoiling-for-a-fight rescue dog that ...

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Missing your fast food guilty pleasure? The big-name restaurants are sharing the secret recipes of our favorite menu items.

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"#FreeRayShawn": This engrossing crime drama centers on a fast food worker who we meet zooming through the back streets of New Orleans with wh…

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SAN FRANCISCO - Harbinder Singh was skeptical about arranged marriages, but when he received a photo of his potential wife-to-be, he was wowed. "The charm, the smile, the personality ... it shines right there," he said. Arvinder, a young woman in her early 20s in India, was also love-struck by Harbinder's picture. She saw the New Yorker's kind, loving eyes - a smile that seemed to be directed ...

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SCOTTSBLUFF – On a street mostly populated by nationally branded fast food establishments, one restaurant stands out – the locally owned El To…

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