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WHERE THE PARTY'S AT -- by Charles Mudede Bobby Ware/gettyimage.comAccording to the New York Times, 2017 was the most costly year for natural disasters on record. The National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration estimates that damage from the hurricanes, fires, ha
Though a torn hamstring has kept him off the court this season, New Orleans Pelicans forward Solomon Hill is making moves. The 26-year-old has bought a contemporary home in the Westside community of Palms for $2.3 million. The 3,481-square-foot house
Last week, the San Francisco Chronicle broke the restaurant industrys most recent sexual-harassment allegations, this time against chef Charlie Hallowell of Pizzaiolo, Boot & Shoe Service and Penrose. Up went the the pieces on Eater, Grub Street
At least 17 people are dead in a mudslide in Montecito. These are their names and stories.
Food bank use is up in wealthy cities like Seattle. by Heidi Groover The Ballard Food Bank is serving more people than during the recession. Steve Debenport/getty Totally good and normal country: While the economy is thriving in cities across the co
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UNDERRATED Dr. Lonnie Smiths All in My Mind: A master of the Hammond B-3 organ and an influential figure in the groove-heavy sound of soul-jazz in the 60s and 70s, Smith hasnt lost a step at 75. In his second album since returning to Blue Note Record
Our presidents petulance is showing again. President Trump announced via Twitter late Thursday that he has canceled a trip to Britain in which he was supposed to cut the ribbon for the new U.S. embassy in London. But now hes suddenly decided hes not
He's still upset by players' protests.He's still upset by players' protests.
The Pittsburgh Steelers will host the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday at Heinz Field in a Divisional Round playoff game and on the surface, all hands should be on deck for that contest based on the way things transpired during Friday’s pract
Trump rejected a bipartisan deal to fix DACA earlier this week (the same meeting where he talked about those "shithole" countries). So what can the state do to protect undocumented students? by Sydney Brownstone Graciela Nuez and Monserrat Padilla,
These dishes are perfect for celebrating National Gluten-Free Day on Saturday, Jan. 13, 2018.
The world reacted with shock, anger and a tinge of humor Friday over President Trumps shithole countries remarks, with governments, civic and political organizations, and individuals labeling the presidents comments irresponsible and racist. Africans
SUNDAY The new documentary Trophy details a new twist in wildlife conservation: Big-game hunting. 6 and 9 p.m. CNN No whammy! The new special Cover Story: Press Your Luck Scandal tells the tale of the contestant who won big bucks by gaming the hit ga
New Orleans looking to advance to NFC championship with winNew Orleans looking to advance to NFC championship with win
As part of the Restoration of an American Idol Tour, Chicago rapper Taylor Bennett has scheduled two upcoming local shows! He'll headline all-ages shows at the Roxy Theatre on Sunday, March 18, and the Constellation Room on Monday, March 19....
Perhaps not since Bill Dudley back in the early 1940s have the Pittsburgh Steelers asked a player as young as rookie JuJu Smith-Schuster to wear as many hats as he has this seasonand Dudley didnt even have to manage his burgeoning social media empire
Art of the Film has created a montage video featuring the many sounds found throughout season seven of Game of Thrones. No music included here, only sound effects and foley. Volume up, best with headphones. Enjoy! Supercut of Every On-Screen Death in
Relievers Jake Diekman and Keone Kela and infielder Jurickson Profar agreed one-year contracts with the Texas Rangers, who avoided arbitration with all of their eligible players.
DoorDash is a fast-growing food-delivery service based in the Bay Area, operating in Los Angeles and several other large cities.
by Katie Herzog Stupid or evil? Maybe both. The Trump administration announced Thursday that they've come up with a new way to make life even more difficult for poor people: allowing states to impose work requirements on "able-bodied" Medicaid recip
When Screen Gems debuted the trailer for Proud Mary last July (a full six months before release) the Taraji P. Henson-starring blaxploitation riff seemed like an easy hit a female John Wick or an African-American Atomic Blonde. But this week, the dis
The Cubs are holding fast. Darvish doesn't have an offer from the Yankees. Might Holland have to accept a one-year deal? [To read the post, head over to Bleacher Nation. To stay free for readers to enjoy, BN is supported by ads. In a full-content RSS
DaveHax is back with another dapper life hack video where he demonstrates how to quickly tie a tie, without putting it on, and make the perfect knot. Perfect for formal wear and looking smart. How to Quickly Tie Your Shoelaces Using the Ukrainian Kno
by Dan Savage In memo to staff, @NPR standards editor says it is now necessary to say shithole on the radio so that listeners know the days news, but preceded by a warning to listeners, and no more than one use of the word each hour in the main show
At least 17 people are dead in a mudslide in Montecito. These are their names and stories.
How many of us made it through the chaotic past year without occasionally wishing to wake up in an alternative universe? Novelists have the tools to rearrange our reality, testing the limits of things we take for granted politics, technology, gender,
The Florida cornerback was Bob Quinn's biggest draft gamble, but he saved him for a time like this, when the door is opening opposite All-Pro Darius Slay. What kind of player will emerge?The Florida cornerback was Bob Quinn's biggest draft gamble, bu
The Trump administration has finally made good on a long-standing threat to undermine Medicaid. The Department of Health and Human Services announced Thursday that it will look kindly on proposals from states to impose work requirements on Medicaid.
Coach Mike Tomlin isn't seeking comfort but knows having a full squad is a blessing.
Gov. Brian Sandoval has chosen Republican state Sen. Becky Harris as the new chairwoman of the Nevada Gaming Control Board. Harris replaces ...
After Donald Trump declared Haiti and Africa "shitholes" yesterday a parade of GOPers around the country were trotted in front of cameras and microphones to either condemn the horrendous, racist statement or, for the MAGA-aligned sect, attempt to def
Edgar Ray Killen, a former Ku Klux Klan leader who was convicted in the 1964 "Mississippi Burning" slayings of three civil rights workers, has died in prison at the age of 92, the state's corrections department announced Friday. The one-time Klan lea
They are the ultimate followers. They go under the knife, get their cheeks sculpted, foreheads frozen, noses streamlined, necks and chins contoured, lips filled and apply makeup with a precision that leaves them nothing short of a Kim Kardashian facs
In an interesting episode of State of Repair, Motherboard sat down with pinball doctors Mike Hooker of Sayville, Long Island and Jon Ehrlich, owner of the Brooklyn pinball bar Jackbar, to chat with them about the popularity of pinball games today and
Josie Gower woke up to the sound of rain hammering the roof of her Montecito home around 3 a.m. Tuesday. She walked downstairs, where her boyfriend had been keeping an eye on the storm, and together they opened the door to look outside. A wall of mud
this shot was just tooken [Marc-Gregor Campredon] I've been poking around Hoop Math a bit and saw something that jumped out at me: Michigan's late clock offense (ie: shots that go up with 5 or fewer seconds on the clock). There's a lot of it, and it'
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Mondays College Football Playoff national championship provided everything that college football fans wanted: a defensive battle, a comeback, overtime and an unsung hero. That unsung hero was Alabama freshman quarterback Tua Tagovailoa. Tagovailoa ca
Our restaurant aims for painful, delicious and spicy, reads a sign on each table at the new Killer Noodle on Sawtelle Boulevard. Customers with sensitivity to spice should check with server before ordering. First-time visitors should refrain from ord
Stormtroopers walking down the stairs followed by Darth Vader. pic.twitter.com/LoQhOtdkpq — Sam Kalidi (@samkalidi) January 11, 2018 In a hilarious Star Wars themed remix, a solemn group of penguin Stormtroopers marched down the stairs one
Randy Baldemor will resign from his position as chief operating officer of the Hawaii Tourism Authority on March 2, the state agency announced Thursday. Im so appreciative for the opportunity to have worked at the Hawaii Tourism Authority and to help
The Thomas fire, the largest wildfire on record in California and the trigger point for this weeks deadly mudslides in Montecito, was declared 100% contained Friday. The fire burned for more than a month, though its spread was contained several weeks
Antonio Brown's calf is good to go. His immune system? Not so much. The Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver was sent home from practice Friday with an illness, coach Mike Tomlin told reporters.
A 59-year-old man died after he was stabbed with a knife by two men estimated to be between the ages of 30 and 50, police say. The incident took place near 25th Street and Potrero Avenue at around 8 p.m. Thursday. He was transported to the hospital w
Russias Foreign Ministry on Friday accused the U.S. State Department of cultivating blind fear of Russia among Americans after the department issued a travel warning this week urging U.S. citizens to reconsider visits to the country. Foreign Ministry
Scientists say a 199-mph gust that blasted a mountaintop at the Alpine Meadows ski resort near Lake Tahoe last February was the strongest wind ever recorded in California. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said Thursday it was also