This Is What It Looks Like in Times Square Right Now
Watch live footage from New York City's iconic Times Square as a severe storm rolls through the region.
Here’s why Brad Stevens believes team meetings will help right the ship
The Celtics followed their 30-minute meeting after Friday night’s disappointing loss with a 90-minute meeting on Saturday.
The Kinks' Dave Davies looks back on what Rolling Stone called 1969's best British album
It's been a busy 2019 for Dave Davies, between working on a new Kinks album with his brother Ray and preparing the anniversary edition of 'Arthur."
Weather Talk: Why it looks like the storm is coming right for...
Have you ever noticed that thunderstorms often appear to weaken or change direction just before hitting your area? This illusion is common everywhere, but in most cases, it is just an illusion.One reason for this is parallax. This is the illusion that something is coming straight for you when it is actually...
Time Your Trends Right
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Why Michigan basketball looks so dominant right now
Through seven games, Michigan's basketball team looks dominating and terrifying. Here's why.
What the Right Hand Is Doing
Magician turned sitcom star Harry Anderson returns to Austin at Palmer Auditorium this weekend, and his former partner and cohort, Austin author Turk Pipkin, looks back as he looks forward to reuniting with his old pal.
Advice for fantasy baseball players: The kids are all right
As of Opening Day 2018, the average age of the major league player was 28.91, according to MLB. The Phillies had the youngest squad, with an average age of 26.92, and the Blue Jays were the oldest …
Baseball’s Glory Days are right now, and it’s amazing to see
WASHINGTON — Union head Tony Clark and MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred engaged in their annual one-hour-each, All-Star day press conference with baseball writers. Which is to say the yearly 120-minute…
How Pete Hughes looks to the New England Patriots as he builds K-State's baseball program
Why Alexander Payne’s Right-Hand CD Looks Beyond Movie Stars to Cast Films
Casting director John Jackson has been working with Alexander Payne for decades, and together, they search high and low to create the perfect ensembles.
Baseball Game of the Week: No. 10 Wahconah looks to give No. 1 Taconic another test
The No. 1 Taconic baseball team is sitting at the top of the Western Mass. rankings with an undefeated 12-0 record. The Braves have won majority of their games by convincing margins, but one team a...
No. 13 Wisconsin looks for redemption against No. 3 Buckeyes
COLUMBUS — Ryan Day has an idea of how Wisconsin coach Paul Chryst feels right now.
Campaign chairs: Make a gift to aid those right here in Sheboygan County
This weekly column looks at goings-on with the United Way of Sheboygan County.
Dave Roberts tweaks top of Dodgers lineup with eye on Josh Hader matchup
Moving Max Muncy to the second spot in the order and Justin Turner to third gives Roberts the option of stacking right-handed hitters when the Brewers bring their ace reliever into the game.
Consortium of Pitt, government and industry looks for ways to improve road, bridge construction
The year-old consortium is researching the use of microbes to seal concrete cracks and making the right mix of material to fix old concrete.
How to safely ship cookies
Picking the right recipe and packing materials is important.
Dave Ramsey: Check the details before investing with insurance company
Dear Dave, I’m single and a firefighter, and we have a pension plus a 457(b) retirement plan. I’m not contributing to the 457(b) right now, because I’m following your plan
Women’s March on St. Louis: This is what democracy looks like
DEMOCRACY IN ACTION: An estimated 20,000 women, men and children of all ages hit the streets in Downtown St. Louis Jan. 21 as part of the Women’s March on St. Louis to show unity in the fight for the rights of women and other marginalized groups. – Labor Tribune photo Tens of thousands take part in history-making event alongside millions worldwide By SHERI GASSAWAY Correspondent Democracy is defined in the Merriam-Webster dictionary as a government in which the supreme power is vested in…
Why can’t people just get things right?
What I am going to say is going to piss some journalists off I am OK with that. I am so sick of hearing about the death of newspapers, it is starting to drive me insane. Why do so many good journalists just accept that the industry is dying without looking at the mounting evidence that it is simply changing slightly and there are not just a few good years left, but decades, and more for a lot of us? Look, I don't…