The Boston Celtics lost 118-115 to the Philadelphia 76ers on Wednesday night.
Against The Clock
Aaaaaaand, we back. After a self-imposed, post-football depression induced, break, Fire Ernie Grunfeld is returning with a face lift for baseball and March Madness. For the next couple weeks, I’ll be writing a number of season preview articles in the lead up to opening day (I recognize March 28th as opening day, not the Japan […]
I appeal to you therefore, brothers, by the mercies of God, to present your bodies as a living sacrifice, holy and acceptable to God, which is your spiritual worship. Romans 12:1 (ESV) So here’s what I want you to do, God helping you: Take your everyday, ordinary life—your sleeping, eating, going-to-work, and walking-around life—and place […]
John Minchillo / Associated Press The North Dakota state bison got the right to play Zion Williamson and the Duke Blue Devils on Wednesday. The state of North Dakota defeated the North American Central Eagles 78-74 in a four-game draw of the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament in 2019 between the No. 16 seeded region East […]
The clock on the dash of my Acura reads 9:25 AM. I turn on Onyx’s All We Got Iz Us album from 1995. The grittiness of their content and voices perfectly fit the bitter weather of early February. The sun is shining and melting the snow that’s plowed to the side by depressed state workers. […]
DES MOINES, Ia. — It was only three games. But it was so much more than that. Michigan's postgame locker room on Sunday in Chicago housed a team that looked like it had just played its final game of a long season. The Wolverines had just lost their third game against Michigan State this year, […]
Before the game, I tweeted: ATTENTION: I am posting Leafs Groot early to bless Garret Sparks and the Toronto Maple Leafs. #LeafsForever pic.twitter.com/rsLubSLmKv — March of the Kapanens🍩 (Not Kappy) (@ThatsKappy) March 20, 2019 People got mad at me, obviously, because of course I’d jinxed the team, right? Wrong. The Leafs won, and they looked […]
“Nobody Reads Anymore.” William Faulkner’s Writing ONE of the most insightful comments about William Faulkner’s writing was written recently by Josh Jones in Openculture, “Not only does Faulkner’s deep affiliation with his characters’ inner lives elevate his portraits far above the level of local color or regionalist curiosity, but it animates his sentences, makes them […]
There have been 316 Platinum hip-hop albums by 138 rap artists. Whodini’s 1984 album Escape will always be the first platinum album in the history of hip-hop.
“Na razrusha’ya. I am not ruined. E’ya razrushost. I am ruination.”
I put some blueberries from the fresh fruit section of my local Woolie’s to the ultimate test
The death toll from a cyclone that smashed into Mozambique and Zimbabwe rose to more than 300 on Tuesday as rescuers raced against the clock to help survivors and the UN led the charge to provide aid. “We already have more than 200 dead, and nearly 350,000 people are at risk,” Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi […]
While I contemplated what should be taken up for writing my second chronicle, I made an attempt to ground it within a personification similar to the subway stations from last time. I found none, as I continue to ride in that same tunnel. It was then decided to extend that metaphor a little further. In […]
The late goal by Ben Woodburn brought Ryan Giggs as coach out of 10 games for the fourth time Ben Woodburn's junior rescued Wales & # 39; Blushes as international football returned to Wrexham with an unconvincing friendship win over Trinidad and Tobago. In preparation for the opening match of the Euro 2020 against Slovakia […]
Authored by TJ Coles via Counterpunch.org, The US is formally committed to dominating the world by the year 2020. With President Trump’s new Space Directive-4, the production of laser-armed fighter jets as possible precursors to space weapons, and the possibility of nuclear warheads being put into orbit, the clock is ticking… Back in 1997, the now-re-established US […]
Listing on, listing off–how the UNESCO listing process is politicized in an age of rising nationalism, and whether or not it is possible to envision an international stewardship model for world heritage.