By Darryl Matsuda | [email protected] | Bay Area News Group May 31, 2018 at 3:00 am THE ESSENTIALS Game 1 Tipoff: 6 p.m. Thursday at Oracle Arena. TV: ABC. Radio: KGMZ 95.7 “The Game” in Oakland and San Francisco, KRTY 95.3 in San Jose, KION 1460 and 101.1 in Salinas and Monterey. REMAINING SERIES SCHEDULE Game 2: Sunday (June 3) at Golden State, 5 p.m. ABCGame 3: Wednesday (June 6) at Cleveland, 6 p.m. ABCGame 4: Friday (June 8) at Cleveland, 6 p.m. ABCGame 5: Monday (June 11) at Golden State, 6 p.m. ABCGame 6: Thursday (June 14) at Cleveland, 6 p.m. ABCGame 7: Sunday (June 17) at Golden State, 5 p.m. ABC THE REGULAR SEASON Warriors: 58-24, No. 2 seed in the Western Conference.Cavaliers: 50-32, No. 4 seed in the Eastern Conference. ROAD TO THE FINALS Warriors: Defeated San Antonio 4-1 in the first round of the Western Conference playoffs. Defeated New Orleans 4-1 in the Western Conference semifinals. Defeated Houston 4-3 in the Western Conference … [Read more...] about NBA Finals: Get set for Warriors-Cavaliers, Version 4.0
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Steve Byrne Detroit Free Press Staff Writer Published 12:22 p.m. UTC May 22, 2018 Tens of thousands of attendees hit Motor City Comic Con this past weekend, as the Suburban Collection Showplace became metro Detroit's locus for aficionados of pop culture, sci-fi and comics. The Free Press was in the house the whole weekend. From celebrity interviews to hundreds of photos to reports from the convention floor, here's the best of what we captured. Cosplay Contest brings out the best in costumes Contestants depicted everything from Gladiator Hulk to a giant Count Chocula to a whole family of "Masters of the Universe" characters. Cosplay Contest ... to be continued What's it like as cosplay contestants wait in line for the competition to start? Watch this video report from Rob St. Mary to find out. Time-lapse video draws from more than 10,000 photos To capture a sense of the event’s preparation – and the throngs attending – the Free Press assembled … [Read more...] about Best of Motor City Comic Con 2018: Photos, videos and more from the floor
Kyle York remembers joining Dyn 10 years ago when the young company was trying to create an identity that may have been premature but ultimately predicted its future."We were up the street in the Brady Sullivan building. And it was the most corporate, stodgy office I've ever been in," York told his fellow employees last week. "It was 15 engineers, and I remember looking around and saying, 'What are you guys doing in this?' They said 'Well, we want to look and feel and act like Oracle.'" Dyn eventually set up shop at 150 Dow St. in the Millyard, where it created a home that looked "a lot more grungy and startup and edgy and cool." But the new sign installed this month on top of the building says it all: Oracle. York, general manager and vice president of product strategy, served as emcee on Tuesday during a celebration to recognize the company's new moniker. The event included the debut of a time-lapse video of workers changing the rooftop sign. … [Read more...] about Mike Cote’s Business Editor’s Notebook: Dyn’s path to Oracle was a long time coming
The Frederick News-Post’s staff took home 48 individual awards, including two Best in Shows, and News Organization of the Year in its division (print dailies from 20,000 to 75,000 circulation) at the annual Maryland-Delaware-D.C. Press Association awards banquet on Friday. The awards were given for work that appeared in calendar year 2017.The contest, governed by the association’s Editorial Committee, admitted nearly 2,200 entries from 62 member publications.The Best in Show is awarded to first-place recipients in each category across all circulation divisions, which includes competition from The Washington Post and The Baltimore Sun.The current and former News-Post employees honored for their work were:Joseph Dever: First Place Page 1 Design — Under the radarKatlynn Almansor: Second Place Feature Page Design — Raising a roostJoseph Dever: Second Place News Page Design — Out of the officeJoseph Dever: First Place News Page Design — Back to … [Read more...] about News-Post named News Organization of the Year in its division; wins two Best in Show awards
THE PAMUNKEY INDIAN RESERVATION — They’ve survived in Eastern Virginia for more than 10,000 years, withstanding the arrival of European colonists and holding onto tribal land at a reservation that predates the United States. After a successful three-decade push for federal recognition, the Pamunkey Indian Tribe now has big plans to secure its future in the 21st century. First, the tribe wants a better Internet connection.With federal recognition came new funding opportunities and more contact with government agencies. But problems can arise when federal officials try to email big files to tribal leaders on the reservation, which lies on an isolated, marshy peninsula jutting into the Pamunkey River.“We're trying to run a government here and we're running off satellite,” said Pamunkey Chief Robert Gray, 59, a Philadelphia-born Air Force veteran who serves as the tribe’s elected leader. “We have data caps. And we've run over those data caps a … [Read more...] about PamunkeyNet, then a casino. How an Indian tribe that’s been in Virginia for over 10,000 years plans to secure its future.