On Zoom call, NFL player DeSean Jackson accepts an invitation to visit Auschwitz with 94-year-old Holocaust survivor Edward Mosberg, who held the call dressed in his concentration camp uniform. His visit follows a pledge to educate himself after an antisemitic Instagram post. Credit : From The Depths … [Read more...] about Eagles’ DeSean Jackson Accepts 94-Year-Old Holocaust Survivor’s Invitation To Visit Auschwitz
We’re ready for some football. America wants its fantasy leagues and three-team parlays. Players and franchise owners want their money. Television networks want their live sports programming. So the NFL proceeds, with fingers crossed, knowing only one thing for certain: “We’re going to all be in close contact with each other,” Jackson told 9News. “Of course, there’s going to be a lot of guys coming down with it.” … [Read more...] about Kiszla: No snowflakes allowed. Von Miller, Kareem Jackson won’t be last Broncos to get coronavirus.
But Wolf warns that a “new surge is in the offing” that could eclipse what happened in the spring, when the virus killed thousands and sickened tens of thousands of Pennsylvanians. CHEYENNE, Wyo. -- Wyoming’s governor and top public health officer are speaking out firmly in support of wearing face masks in public amid an accelerating spread of the coronavirus and doubt among some that masks are necessary. … [Read more...] about The Latest: Pakistan reports lowest number of daily deaths
That includes a wood chunk table made from Cambria pines, a shelving unit made from a Big Sur redwood, a San Simeon cypress tree bar top and a concrete table with rocks from nearby creeks and islands. Perhaps most historic, wine-wise, is the blue steel that wraps around the bar and features the words “Wine Grapes West Templeton,” which Justin Smith of Saxum supposedly stenciled on as a kid, when his family sold their grapes to Napa wineries. The photographs, of course, are all Central Coast scenes, from foggy trees to clean waves, shot by friends of Jackson who have gone on to become famous photographers. Even his spit buckets were custom made by a ceramicist friend. … [Read more...] about Aaron Wines channels the Central Coast spirit
“It was all of it. It was the freedom and it was the terror,” Miranda recalls of those early days. Of the film's long look, he adds: “It’s an enormous, life-changing slice of time. And yet we’re the same. We’re the same idiots.” … [Read more...] about Liked ‘Hamilton’? New documentary shows where it came from