By Jon Becker | [email protected] | PUBLISHED: February 25, 2019 at 3:25 pm | UPDATED: February 25, 2019 at 3:29 pm Join us for live news and analysis Monday at 4 p.m. as the Warriors begin a four-game East Coast road trip in Charlotte against the Hornets. The Warriors (42-17) hope to avoid their first two-game losing streak since late December as they’re coming off a disappointing effort in a 118-112 loss to Houston on Saturday night. Golden State was outscored 15-0 to begin the game by the Rockets, who won despite not having defending MVP James Harden on the floor. Golden State is confident it will have Draymond Green back in its lineup. The Warriors’ high-energy forward left Saturday’s game with a sprained left ankle. He is listed as probable to face Charlotte. This will be hometown kid Stephen Curry’s second trip back to Charlotte in a little more than a week. He’s hoping to impress the Charlotte crowd as he did during the All-Star Game. … [Read more...] about Live updates: Warriors vs. Hornets, Monday at 4 p.m.
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By Jon Becker | [email protected] | Bay Area News Group October 29, 2018 at 4:20 pm Join us for live news and analysis Monday at 5 p.m. when the streaking Warriors take on the Chicago Bulls as they finish their three-game road trip. The Warriors (6-1) will be looking for their fifth straight victory and will encounter a beat-up Bulls squad that’s still missing three key players, due to injury. Kris Dunn, Bobby Portis and Lauri Markkanen will all be out for at least the next 3-4 weeks. Still, the Bulls managed to knock off the Hawks in Atlanta Saturday night when Zach LaVine scored 27 points in Chicago’s 97-85 victory. The Bulls have been getting strong play off the bench from former Bucks’ top pick Jabari Parker, whose dad Sonny played for the Warriors in the ’70s. Golden State is on a back-to-back after needing to exert extra energy to fend off the pesky Nets in Brooklyn on Sunday. The Warriors withstood 20 3-pointers by the Nets to score a … [Read more...] about Live updates: Warriors vs. Bulls, Monday at 5 p.m.
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Book Review Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Advertisement Supported by Nonfiction Buy Book ▾ Amazon Local Booksellers Barnes and Noble When you purchase an independently reviewed book through our site, we earn an affiliate commission. ByMeghan L. O'sullivan June 18, 2018 ENERGY A Human History Early in Richard Rhodes’s new book, “Energy: A Human History,” we hear of a prominent citizen using colorful language to lament the state of his polluted city and urge his government to shut down industry or move it elsewhere: “If there be a resemblance of hell upon earth, it is in this volcano [on] a foggy day.” Though this could easily apply to modern-day Beijing, the speaker here is John Evelyn, a wealthy horticulturalist and one of the founders of the scientific Royal Society of London — and he’s complaining about London in … [Read more...] about A History of the Energy We Have Consumed
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Travel Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Advertisement Supported by The 52 Places Traveler In “The City of Good Neighbors,” our columnist found a generosity that seems ingrained in its makeup. And yes, many wings were eaten. ByJada Yuan June 19, 2018 Our columnist, Jada Yuan, is visiting each destination on our 52 Places to Go in 2018 list . This dispatch brings her to Buffalo, N.Y.; it took the No. 37 spot on the list and is the 18th stop on Jada’s itinerary. Back in January, the weekend before starting this insane, beautiful 52 Places job, I got stuck in the Detroit airport for eight hours. A blizzard was raging, as was my mind, which kept wondering if this sort of airport misery was going to be a staple of the next year of my life. That’s when I heard the voices singing out. “Sweet Caroline! Bah bah bah!” There, at a grand piano in … [Read more...] about Place 18 of 52: From Refugees to a Reunion, Buffalo Lives Up to Its Welcoming Reputation
The future has arrived — mostly. With a click of the computer in your pocket, you can pay the bills, read the news, listen to music, even manage the temperature of your home from miles away. Whole books can fly through the airwaves into your handy device. An electric car — the Chevy Bolt — was Motor Trend’s 2017 car of the year. But when it comes to how we power our homes, businesses and communities, we are stuck in the past. We’re still digging up and burning irreplaceable and finite fossil fuels, doing lasting damage to our environment, our health and our climate. We’re fracking for gas near schools instead of putting solar panels on their roofs. We’re searching or drilling for oil along our coastlines instead of harnessing the winds that blow offshore. We’re still burning coal, oil and gas to power too many homes, schools, churches and workplaces. All of that drilling and burning is making American children sick, cutting short the … [Read more...] about Let’s break with the past and charge ahead with clean energy