“My kid is the one who is going to lose a mask or face shield each week or somehow it will get flushed in the toilet. I don’t know what he’s going to do, but it’s going to be interesting. So we stocked up and we started stocking up a month or two ago,” Bainbridge said. … [Read more...] about Pittsburgh-Area Students Ready To Experience A First Day Of School Like No Other
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“If you’ve been through an ACL you know how hard one is. When you go through three, it means a lot to get that recognition from your comrades, your teachers, your coaches,” Butt said recently. “But for me, I’m healthy. It’s part of my story but I’m out there, I’m out there playing ball, I’m not looking back.” … [Read more...] about Washington’s Alex Smith, Broncos’ Jake Butt are the feel-good stories heading into 2020 season
Thanking those who complied with the new rules and scolding those who did not, he announced that no one in self-isolation would now be allowed to exercise outdoors. A door-knocking campaign to check in on 3,000 people who had COVID-19 or were waiting for test results found that 800 of them were not at home. … [Read more...] about What Lockdown 2.0 Looks Like: Harsher Rules, Deeper Confusion
That intense early scene sparks the central arc of the Hulu show "Woke," which makes its debut Wednesday when all eight episodes drop. The irreverent half-hour comedy dramatizes and satirizes issues of race and racism that arise whether Keef is drawing, dating or just trying to "keep it light." Even during moments featuring animation and puppetry, the character's adventures are grounded in truth: "Woke" is a semi-autobiographical story based on the popular comics of the show's co-creator, Keith Knight, including "The K Chronicles" and "Knight Life" strips that feature his cartoon persona and narrative alter ego, Keef. … [Read more...] about Keith Knight’s show ‘Woke’ feels right on time. But he’s been drawing about police brutality for decades.
“We’ve always heard about the tale of two cities. On the side of the city that I come from, which is Blacker and poorer, we’ve seen more in terms of gun usage. I got a lot of attention when I did the eulogy for George Floyd’s funeral, but I also, a month later, preached a 1-year-old kid’s funeral in Brooklyn who was killed by a stray bullet,” Sharpton said. … [Read more...] about Al Sharpton: Defunding police is something ‘a latte liberal’ may like, but ‘proper policing’ is necessary