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To celebrate the issue's release, the Boston Globe Magazine, in conjunction with Whole Foods, will host a "Cook-Off," a cooking competition judged by three of the area's top chefs and restaurateurs in which top culinary students from greater Boston will battle in a heated competition for culinary bragging rights as well as a $5,000 culinary school scholarship.
Instead, the Santa Clarita Valley's amateur hockey bragging rights will be at stake when the Flyers play the College of the Canyons club team tonight at 8:30.
USC offensive tackle, who is from Texas, would get bragging rights back home if Trojans win Rose Bowl.
Brian Felten gets early bragging rights in the family and in the Mission League.
Daily guaranteed events culminate in a $1,000,000 Guarantee on December 10 where the winner not only cashes in, but plays heads up against Helmuth for bragging rights and an additional $10,000.
The Boro game is important in that it gives local people in the North East bragging rights for a while.
Players compete for bragging rights, weekly cash and prizes plus a chance to play in free fantasy sports tournaments with up to $25,000 grand prizes.
CHICAGO -- Domestic beer is losing its brew bragging rights, according to a new Mintel report.
That's because the result will mean bragging rights in this state.