Davis is available and is expected to return to the Lakers lineup for Monday night’s visit to Boston, after he missed the previous five games with a nasty tailbone contusion he suffered back on Jan. 7. The Lakers went 4-1 in Davis’ absence, with wins in Dallas and Houston. L.A.’s lone loss without Davis was a one-point defeat in Orlando last Wednesday. … [Read more...] about Anthony Davis Returning To Lakers Lineup Vs. Celtics; Walker, Brown Expect To Play For Boston
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The New York Times is getting into the feature-length documentary business. As digital subscriptions have soared under the Trump administration, it’s been true for some time that the Times isn’t only a newspaper. “The Daily,” a podcast hosted by Michael Barbaro, reaches more than 2 million listeners a day with its analysis of the latest White House scandals. “The Weekly,” an FX docuseries, invites viewers to tag along with Times reporters on investigations or the editorial board during its presidential endorsement process. And romantic comedy fans can’t get enough of “Modern Love,” a scripted Amazon anthology series based on the popular column about fleeting romances and missed connections (it was recently renewed for a second season). … [Read more...] about Why the New York Times Is Getting Into the Documentary Films Business (EXCLUSIVE)
If California opts in, it would still have to maintain its spending on its higher education system — it couldn’t cut back on faculty costs, for example, to pay for tuition. Since living expenses are as much a barrier to college students as tuition, the federal government would increase Pell Grants to cover costs such as housing, books, transportation and other supplies. … [Read more...] about President Bernie Sanders: Here’s what it would mean for California
The band, which focuses on 18th and 19th century folk songs of the British Isles, rides into the Chapel in San Francisco on Wednesday as part of an inaugural tour. … [Read more...] about Bay Briefing: Are Facebook and Twitter helping or hurting justice?
The defendant, Lance Touchstone, asked for a subpoena for an alleged shooting victim’s private Facebook messages. As with Sullivan’s case, the trial court allowed it and Facebook appealed. The social network said prosecutors should obtain these records on behalf of the defense, prompting Stephan to argue that the Stored Communications Act doesn’t apply to Facebook. … [Read more...] about Facebook, Twitter hold evidence that could save people from prison. And they’re not giving it up