That unit, and the offensive line will get pushed to its limits in the opener when the Giants face the Pittsburgh Steelers. While the Steelers finished just 8-8 last season, it was largely due to the team missing quarterback Ben Roethlisberger for the final 14 games of the season. Now, Big Ben is back and there are big expectations. … [Read more...] about ‘Seems Like Giants Are In Rebuilding Mode’: CBS Dallas Sports Anchor Bill Jones Picks Steelers Over Giants In Week 1
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So here we are less than two months away from Election Day, and with early voting beginning almost immediately, and the best strategic path is still unclear. According to FiveThirtyEight’s polling averages, Joe Biden leads Donald Trump nationally by 7.5 percent. If Biden maintains that sort of lead through Election Day, then the Electoral College will take care of itself and the Democrat will win very comfortably across the range of battleground states in both competitive parts of the country. … [Read more...] about Is the Rust Belt or the Sun Belt the Key Battleground Region in 2020?
Every year, I've written a little essay from the fire season. If you like, you can read them here. Every year for four years, we've packed our go bags, put on movies, prayed, waited, hoped, grieved and sung songs. This year, we're three weeks into it, into bad smoky air and I haven't even written a word about it until now, partly because it's just laid on top of every other 2020 catastrophe, every other form of improvisation and waiting and hoping and trying to get by. … [Read more...] about In California, the sun never rose on Wednesday
In this steamy romance, Naya Turner is an overachieving math professor blowing off work stress with a night on the town, which leads to a night with a dapper stranger. And then another, and another. She's smitten by the time she realizes there's a professional complication, and the relationship could put her job at risk. Williams blends rom-com fun with more weighty topics in her winsome debut. … [Read more...] about New reads to look forward to this fall
“He’s got a whole life in front of him. He sees the dew drops on the flower. He sees the sun,” he says. “And he’s got that naive, beautiful openness to everyone and everything. It’s something that is within all of us buried somewhere. That hasn’t gone away. It just got encrusted a little bit.” … [Read more...] about On new album, Chick Corea plays with a piano and his fans