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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Yogi Berra
The play about the New York Yankees has struck out on Broadway.
Presidential confidant David Axelrod last week suggested that many Democratic candidates running this year will want to distance themselves from President Obama.
The first sign a major knuckleball is coming in the baseball play "Bronx Bombers" is when the smoke machines crank up.
After marrying this summer, Peter Scolari and Tracy Shayne skipped the honeymoon to somewhere exotic like Fiji or the Seychelles. They've gone nowhere.
The Hollywood Reporter's list of its 10 best stories of the week:
Brian McCann arrived at Yankee Stadium on Nov. 19 and was greeted on the field by CC Sabathia and the pitcher's kids.
Union backing for Obamacare boosted government, not workers
Alex Rodriguez's corner locker in the New York Yankees' clubhouse is filled with four cardboard boxes of bats, a dozen jerseys, a dangling athletic supporter, two baseball caps and four books.
For all the talk of space travel, the wearable gadgets, marketing stunts and lavish parties, something was missing at this year's South By Southwest Interactive Festival: the next "hot app."
It's hard to bet against the New York Yankees.
Already Washington has begun fighting the next battle in its fiscal war of attrition. This will be its fourth fiscal engagement in just over two years and should culminate just two months after the last one.
Steroid-tainted stars Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens and Sammy Sosa were denied entry to baseball's Hall of Fame, with voters failing to elect any candidates for only the second time in four decades.
Judgment day has arrived for Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens and Sammy Sosa to find out their Hall of Fame fates.
There's a chance the podium under the chandeliers in the gold-and-ivory-colored Vanderbilt Room of the Waldorf Astoria Hotel will go unused.
"It's about the people, not the building," Berra says sagely.
As Berra once said, "Making predictions is tough, especially about the future."