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Rising star Jack Doohan ditches bike as follows legendary father Mick on four wheels

He had high hopes for success, too, given the fact that he won a hat-trick of races on the Sepang Circuit in Malaysia last month during the F3 Asian Championship, and would have won the overall title but for a pair of punctures when he was leading the first two races a week later on […]

NFL Mock Draft 2020: How the first round projects following free agency

20. Jacksonville (from Rams): Kristian Fulton, CB, LSU. Fulton could be a Broncos candidate in a trade-down scenario. The Jaguars traded Jalen Ramsey last October and A.J. Bouye earlier this month. Fulton joins newcomer Darqueze Dennard and D.J. Hayden.

The Best TV Couple of the Modern Era, Final Round: Tami and Eric vs. Pam and Jim

Philip and Elizabeth from The Americans, a honeypot-trapping, neck-snapping spy couple, had the most staying power of the “darker” pairings, beating out Lena and Stef from The Fosters and the cheerful Huxtables from The Cosby Show, who had advanced in the first round past the equally loving but more bruising Roseanne and Dan Conner; but […]

The Best TV Couple of the Past 30 Years, Round One: Tami and Eric vs. Tony and Carmela

The Sopranos also have lots of videos on YouTube, by the way, but theirs have titles like “Best Fight Ever” and “Second Best Fight Ever” and “Tony & Carmela Argue About A Vasectomy.” These fights are not mundane, relatable events. These two don’t just yell, they pinpoint each other’s secret insecurities and stomp all over […]

The Best TV Couple of the Past 30 Years, Round One: Luke and Lorelai vs. Maddie and David

For the next three weeks, Vulture is holding its annual pop-culture bracket. In 2015, we battled it out for the best high-school TV show; this year, we’re determining the greatest couple on television in the past 30 years. Each day, a different writer will be charged with picking the winner of a round of the bracket, […]

Foundation donates to Round Lake summer camps

Not only did Maddox attend the camp, but so did his three older brothers, A.J. , Zach, and Cooper. For almost 10 years, the Round Lake Area Park District summer camp made a positive impact on their family, Ralph said, from the preschool camp through Summer Trails and all the way to Teen Camp.

The Best TV Couple of the Past 30 Years, Round One: Philip and Elizabeth vs. Lena and Stef

It’s Elizabeth who’s initially hot and cold on the idea of her Soviet-issued arranged marriage becoming something more than it was supposed to be. But we’ll never have to question Elizabeth’s true feelings again after Martha’s exfiltration. Oh, the Martha of it all! Elizabeth’s face as she realizes Philip’s connection to his agent is deeper […]

The Best TV Couple of the Past 30 Years, Play-in Round: Buffy and Angel vs. Buffy and Spike vs. Tara and Willow

Eventually, Buffy sends Angel to hell in order to save the world, which is kind of like the extreme version of deleting your ex’s number from your phone and blocking him on social media. But then, even more insultingly, he returns, but only occasionally, so there’s no chance for a clean break. Angel keeps hanging […]

The Best TV Couple of the Past 30 Years, Round One: Homer and Marge vs. Don and Betty

But Mad Men was never much committed to, well, commitment, and as such never defined itself by its couples. Joan’s story wasn’t about Roger, it was about Joan’s own self-actualization. When we think of Peggy, we’re not picturing Stan or even squirrelly Pete Campbell, but rather the moment she strolled down the hall like a […]