Nikola Jokic thanks the fans after the game against the Memphis Grizzlies on April 7, 2022. Nikola Jokic crossed a statistical threshold that even Wilt Chamberlain failed to reach. With a fourth-quarter field goal against a team double in Friday’s win over Memphis, Nikola Jokic became the first player inRead More →

IIn Charles Daniels’ modest home in Somerville, Massachusetts, on the outskirts of Boston, lie tens of thousands of undeveloped photos, sitting in molting canisters scrawled with cryptic markings and decaying instructions. Most have been sitting there for over five decades, and while Daniels can’t be sure just what’s hidden inRead More →

In the 1946 midterm elections, Republicans united around a simple but powerful mantra: “Enough? » The slogan was the brainchild of Karl Frost, an advertising executive in Boston. In short, he promised to reject both New Deal liberalism and the monopoly of power that Democrats had held in Washington sinceRead More →

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (KTUU) – Alaska was ahead of its time when it signed a bill March 21, 1913 giving most women the right to vote, joining nine other western states that had previously approved female suffrage. Alaska was a territory when, in 1912, Congress authorized the new territorial legislature toRead More →

Davante Adams’ trade to the Raiders pairs him with his hometown team. Before the trade became official, the All-Pro wide receiver offered a long thank you and goodbye to what had been his only NFL home. “To the Packers organization, I can’t thank you enough for seeing in me whatRead More →

Shortly after officially deciding to part ways with former Missouri men’s basketball coach Cuonzo Martin, freshman MUAthletic manager Desiree Reed-Francois called the new opening “one of the best men’s basketball coaching jobs in the country”. But given that United are now facing their fifth managerial change in 16 years, howRead More →

Sam Brooks reviews Dressed, the lush pink history book by Te Papa curator Claire Regnault, which has just been shortlisted for the Booksellers Aotearoa New Zealand Award for Illustrated Non-Fiction. “Don’t judge a book by its cover” is a terrible metaphor. You shouldn’t judge people by their appearance, but youRead More →

Shalanda Young, acting director of the Office of Management and Budget, speaks during a Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee confirmation hearing in Washington, DC, February 1. (Al Drago/Bloomberg/Getty Images) The White House has asked lawmakers to approve $10 billion in lethal and humanitarian aid for Ukraine as partRead More →

IIn Blood Incantation’s lyrics, cosmic conspiracy theories abound, telling tales of ancient civilizations, aliens and hallucinogens. But woe betide anyone who describes the Denver metal band’s interests as science fiction. “The quantum field and the holographic universe, DMT and the psychedelic connection, these things are not fictional!” insists leader PaulRead More →

This should have been the simplest positive story of college football’s offseason. Hue Jackson, the former head coach of the NFL’s Oakland Raiders and Cleveland Browns, took over as coach at Grambling State University. It matters because Jackson, one of 24 black head coaches in NFL history, was stepping intoRead More →

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Russian figure skater Kamila Valiyeva and her coach Eteri Tutberidze are seen after the performance of the women’s free skating program February 17. (Sergei Bobylev/TASS/Getty Images) Russian figure skater Kamila Valieva placed fourth in the women’s figure skating final at the Beijing Winter Olympics on Thursday, capping more than aRead More →

The Fort Worth Police Department announced Tuesday that it has launched a special operation in high-crime areas aimed at removing fraudulent Texas paper tags from the streets. The announcement was made during a city council working session during which members questioned the police on what they were doing to solveRead More →

When the COVID-induced lockdowns began in 2020, businesses faced an unprecedented crisis and rushed to rethink work boundaries almost overnight. As deaths increased and infections spread rapidly in enclosed spaces, working from home (WFH) was a difficult arrangement that managements had to adopt despite initial technological constraints. Whenever infections waned,Read More →

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – Art in its many forms serves many purposes. The “Talking Wall” sculpture on the campus of Indiana University Purdue University-Indianapolis is a large snapshot of Indiana’s black history. Even the “Talking Wall” location has a story. A school named after Mary Cable, a black educator, once stoodRead More →