Story by Jeremy Kohn What started as a spark five years ago is set to ignite in a few months, when Lansing becomes the exclusive home of professional soccer for Michigan. Officially announced as Lansing Ignite on October 25, 2018 the team will begin its inaugural season in March playing its first home matches inside […]
Overtime in the NFC Championship Game goes to the Rams. OT in the AFC title game went to the Patriots. Duke/UVA recap. Tony Romo won the internet. A10 hoops.
It’s only two weeks into the new Congress, and the Republicans have turned against on one of their own. Iowa congressman Steve King made headlines last week for questioning how “white nationalist” and “white supremacist” are offensive terms. The backlash led House Democrats to introduce a resolution condemning white nationalism and supremacy, which passed 424-1. Some […]
A century ago: January 1919 and with the Versailles negotiations to formally end WW1 still ongoing, five Services sides from amongst the victorious Allies’ ranks were being prepared for what became The King’s Cup: Rugby’s First ‘World Cup’…
What? Did we just tell you’ll fall in love with Columbus? Ohio? YES, yes we did! See, one thing you should know about us is we have A LOT of heart for promoting small(er) cities like Columbus that people might never have otherwise thought once about, let alone twice. And yes still, even after saying […]
RIP to Helen “Gig” Smith, an infielder who played in the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League. According to the AAGPBL Twitter feed (@AAGPBL), she has died at the age of 97. She was also a veteran of the Woman’s Army Corps during World War II. She played for the Kenosha Comets (1947) and Grand Rapids […]
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NFL championship weekend, a feature story on a former Oscar Smith great, and previewing Duke vs UVA.
Next Week: January 21-25, 2019 lundi L’ami(e) spécial(e): Lucas Garden Day mardi L’ami(e) spécial(e): Oliver Gym day – wear runners! mercredi L’ami(e) spécial(e): Naiah Library day! Please return your books! Vancouver Theatre Sports presentation in the gym! PAC meeting 6:30pm (child minding provided) jeudi L’ami(e) spécial(e): Summer Big buddies Gym day – wear runners! vendredi […]
Karen Wang’s foray into ethnic and race based politicking wasn’t the first time that’s happened in Canada and won’t be the last. Unfortunately. Wang is the now former Liberal candidate who resigned this week after it was reported she had posted on WeChat, a Chinese language social media site, effectively saying, vote for me I’m Chinese […]
With apologies to all the wonderful teachers who tried to enlighten me, there are three words that immediately make me cringe: Iliad, Odyssey and Homer (included because he’s responsible for the first two). Trust me, I get it; I do understand the importance of Homer’s ancient Greek epic poems to literature. But all that mythical […]
“I want you to make me a map of the valley, from Harpers Ferry to Lexington, showing all the points of offense and defense in those places.” Simple, but now legendary words which started the partnership of Jed Hotchkiss and Thomas J. Jackson, leading to the 1862 Confederate military triumph in the Shenandoah Valley. Today, […]
by Nwo Report Several freshman Democrat members of the new House of Representatives majority have turned on Speaker Nancy Pelosi in her steadfast refusal to fund President Donald Trump’s planned wall along the U.S. border with Mexico and are instead seeking for Democrats to cut a deal on the wall with Trump. The ongoing partial […]
By Ben S. In Brief In this essay I define base-building as political work done in such a way that it either results in creating or strengthening existing mass democratic organizations (independent of any other political organization or NGO) of the working class and that develops individuals not previously engaged in political work as organizers […]
CANDO CORTRELLE JAVON Anderson begins to run, when he has his short and fat (his words, not my) body directed towards the displacement line, it would be forgiven if he was momentarily alarmed by the idea that he intends to disappear. His shoulders cry, his torso seems to retract, and his doric thighs seem to […]