Paul Green

15 Dec 18
Aletho News

By Larry Kummer | Fabius Maximus | December 10, 2018 Summary: Despite thirty years of efforts by most of the elite institutions of America, US governments have done little to fight climate change. While a bout of awful weather might panic America into enacting activists’ wish list, as of today this is one of the […]

15 Dec 18
The Vance Hinds Podcast and Blog "Extrausual"

November 9, 2018, I experienced a series of wonderful surprises.  I had the extraordinary opportunity to sit down and interview Ian Moore for my podcast in the Green Room of the Kessler Theater before his show.  Let me say that again, I interviewed Ian Moore, in the Green Room of the Kessler Theater, before his […]

15 Dec 18
Las Vegas Review-Journal
#gallery-1551479-1 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1551479-1 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-1551479-1 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1551479-1 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ Oakland Raiders defensive coordinator Paul Guenther on the sideline during the second half of their NFL game against the Denver Broncos in Denver, Colo., Sunday, Sept. 16, 2018. Heidi Fang Las Vegas Review-Journal @HeidiFang ALAMEDA, Calif. — Raiders defensive coordinator Paul Guenther will have a homecoming of sorts Sunday. Guenther spent 13 years with the Cincinnati Bengals organization. During his first nine seasons, Guenther was an assistant coach for the Bengals. He would be promoted to defensive coordinator in 2014 after Mike Zimmer left to become the head coach of the Minnesota Vikings. The majority of Guenther’s NFL coaching career was in Cincinnati. A return to southwest Ohio will be an emotional one. “Naturally,” Guenther said. “There’s people who were real good to me. I spent a lot of time with those players and the organization, the Brown family. The coaching staff means a lot to me. They still do.” The Bengals made the playoffs twice with Guenther as defensive coordinator. In 2015, Guenther oversaw one of the best defenses in Cincinnati’s history, ranking second in the NFL in points allowed — the highest defensive ranking by any team in franchise history. Guenther became the Raiders’ defensive coordinator this season. This Sunday, he’ll be on the other sideline for the first time. “When toe meets leather at 1 o’clock it’s business,” Guenther said. “I root for those guys every week and I hope they do good except for one game, which is this one.” Notables — Starting left guard Kelechi Osemele (toe) is ruled out against the Bengals. Osemele was injured in last week’s victory over the Steelers, but missed practice all week because of his injury. Guard Chaz Green, who the Raiders signed Nov. 27, is expected to make his first start since Week 10 of 2017. — Starting right guard Gabe Jackson (elbow/ankle) missed practice Friday and is questionable for Sunday. Jackson did not participate in practice this week. Coach Jon Gruden said Denzelle Good would start at right guard if Jackson can’t play. — Wide receiver Dwayne Harris (foot), center Rodney Hudson (ankle/knee), defensive tackle Maurice Hurst (ankle), cornerback Daryl Worley (shoulder), fullback Keith Smith (calf), linebacker Kyle Wilber (hamstring), and tight end Lee Smith (back) were limited in Friday’s practice. Wilber and Hurst are questionable for Sunday. More Raiders: Follow at reviewjournal.com/Raiders and @NFLinVegas on Twitter. Contact Chris Booker at cbooker@reviewjournal.com. Follow @Bookerc94 on Twitter.
15 Dec 18
Las Vegas Review-Journal
#gallery-1470768-2 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1470768-2 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-1470768-2 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1470768-2 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ Oakland Raiders defensive coordinator Paul Guenther on the sideline during the second half of their NFL game against the Denver Broncos in Denver, Colo., Sunday, Sept. 16, 2018. Heidi Fang Las Vegas Review-Journal @HeidiFang ALAMEDA, Calif. — Raiders defensive coordinator Paul Guenther will have a homecoming of sorts Sunday. Guenther spent 13 years with the Cincinnati Bengals organization. During his first nine seasons, Guenther was an assistant coach for the Bengals. He would be promoted to defensive coordinator in 2014 after Mike Zimmer left to become the head coach of the Minnesota Vikings. The majority of Guenther’s NFL coaching career was in Cincinnati. A return to southwest Ohio will be an emotional one. “Naturally,” Guenther said. “There’s people who were real good to me. I spent a lot of time with those players and the organization, the Brown family. The coaching staff means a lot to me. They still do.” The Bengals made the playoffs twice with Guenther as defensive coordinator. In 2015, Guenther oversaw one of the best defenses in Cincinnati’s history, ranking second in the NFL in points allowed — the highest defensive ranking by any team in franchise history. Guenther became the Raiders’ defensive coordinator this season. This Sunday, he’ll be on the other sideline for the first time. “When toe meets leather at 1 o’clock it’s business,” Guenther said. “I root for those guys every week and I hope they do good except for one game, which is this one.” Notables — Starting left guard Kelechi Osemele (toe) is ruled out against the Bengals. Osemele was injured in last week’s victory over the Steelers, but missed practice all week because of his injury. Guard Chaz Green, who the Raiders signed Nov. 27, is expected to make his first start since Week 10 of 2017. — Starting right guard Gabe Jackson (elbow/ankle) missed practice Friday and is questionable for Sunday. Jackson did not participate in practice this week. Coach Jon Gruden said Denzelle Good would start at right guard if Jackson can’t play. — Wide receiver Dwayne Harris (foot), center Rodney Hudson (ankle/knee), defensive tackle Maurice Hurst (ankle), cornerback Daryl Worley (shoulder), fullback Keith Smith (calf), linebacker Kyle Wilber (hamstring), and tight end Lee Smith (back) were limited in Friday’s practice. Wilber and Hurst are questionable for Sunday.
14 Dec 18
Arcynewsy

There are so many streaming options available these days, and so many conflicting recommendations, that it's hard to see through all the shit you could look at. Every Friday, The VergeThe "Cut the Crap" column simplifies the choice through the immense multitude of films and TV programs on a subscription basis and recommends a single […]

14 Dec 18
Tourism News | eTN.travel

Expect stress and cancellations at most major airports To help empower travelers to make more informed decisions when it comes to holiday travel, travel experts reveal which airports to possibly avoid. • Experts predict New York’s LaGuardia (LGA) will be most stressful for travelers this Christmas. LGA reports the highest percentage of canceled flights (4.9%) […]

14 Dec 18
What's in that Bottle?

Joyeux Noel, mes amies! That’s French for “Happy Christmas, my friends,” and after two weeks drinking all the wine in France (and eating all the cheese in France), I am most definitely having a French-style season. This month, I received three delicious samples of some super-interesting French wines, in the name of inspiring you, my […]

14 Dec 18
The Knight's Lance

Panini Instant, the on-demand trading card platform from Panini America, recently launched a 30-card set devoted to key members of the 2018 U.S. Soccer Men’s and Women’s National Teams. Headlining the 2018 set, available for a limited time, are cards of Christian Pulisic, Bobby Wood, Zack Steffen, Alex Morgan, Tobin Heath, Carli Lloyd and more. The 30-card set will be delivered in a protective case with a Panini seal.

14 Dec 18
THE DIRECTORS SERIES

My first brush with Sir Ridley Scott in the physical world was in 2008, when I glimpsed him leading a march of collaborators across the sterile boulevard of Warner Brother’s New York backlot.  Little did I know then that it wouldn’t be the last time I would come so close to his orbit. Three years […]

14 Dec 18
Site Title

We’ve been releasing the top ten lists of our regular critics all week, and wanted to bring in the rest of our incredibly talented contributors, providing an overview of the entire year of film. There are hundreds of films cited below as the best of 2018, a sign of both the quality of the overall […]

14 Dec 18
Deadline

Kenneth Branagh’s Shakespeare tale All Is True has been selected to open the Palm Springs Film Festival, which Friday unveiled its full lineup of films for the 30th edition that runs January 3-14. The fest also said that Bruce Bereford’s Ladies in Black will be the closing-night film, with the director and cast members expected […]

14 Dec 18
Natchitoches Times

NATCHITOCHES – Northwestern State University conferred degrees to 922 graduates who completed coursework in the Summer 2018 and Fall 2018 semesters.  The commencement speaker was State Sen. Gerald Long.   Fall graduates listed by hometown are as follows.   Abbeville — Chonda Levy, Bachelor of Arts; Kyle Baudoin, Bachelor of Science; Heather Mayard, Bachelor of […]

14 Dec 18
Oxy Human-Computer Interaction

*** WARNING: There will be an abhorrent amount of bad music puns throughout this post. Each pun will be denoted with a winky face to make sure you don’t miss them. Read at your own risk!  Invision Prototype Link The Treble 😉 With Music History Systems There is absolutely nothing I despise more than losing […]

14 Dec 18
StarMoon

  The films are written and directed by a variety of individuals and feature large, often ensemble, casts. Several actors, including Henry Cavill, Amy Adams, Ben Affleck, Gal Gadot, Ezra Miller, Jason Momoa, and Ray Fisher, have appeared in numerous films of the franchise, with continued appearances in sequels planned. In May 2016, DC’s chief creative officer Geoff Johns and Warner Bros. executive vice president Jon […]

14 Dec 18
nbacademic

Article Length: ~4,000 words, so a lot of reading. Table of Contents:  +/- Stats +/- Per 100 Possessions Offensive Rating, Defensive Rating, and Net Rating On/Off Per 100 Possessions Relative Offensive and Defensive Ratings Calculating Expected Wins and Net Rating Individual Offensive, Defensive, and Net Ratings Being a modern NBA fan is a daunting task. […]