FOR SALIFE - The ON-AIR sign is lit during the Super Soul Saturday radio show Saturday Feb. 27, 2009 at the KRTU studio on the Trinity University campus. (PHOTO BY EDWARD A. ORNELAS/[email protected]) FOR SALIFE - The ON-AIR sign is lit during the Super Soul Saturday radio show Saturday Feb. 27, 2009 at the KRTU studio on the Trinity University campus. (PHOTO BY EDWARD A. ORNELAS/[email protected]) Photo: EDWARD A. ORNELAS, SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS-NEWS Photo: EDWARD A. ORNELAS, SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS-NEWS Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 FOR SALIFE - The ON-AIR sign is lit during the Super Soul Saturday radio show Saturday Feb. 27, 2009 at the KRTU studio on the Trinity University campus. (PHOTO BY EDWARD A. ORNELAS/[email protected]) FOR SALIFE - The ON-AIR sign … [Read more...] about TV-radio listings: Nov. 22
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OAKLAND (KPIX) — Nine parents and teachers plan to file a government claim against the Oakland Unified School District Friday morning — a precursor to a lawsuit accusing the district police department of using excessive force during an Oct. 23 school board meeting. Cellphone video from the meeting shows officers clashing with parents and teachers, jostling over a metal barricade. The video also shows some demonstrators being arrested. “When we started our protest, they descended upon us,” said Saru Jayaraman, a UC Berkeley professor, activist and author. “They threw me to the ground. They tore my ACL, MCL, meniscus and damaged my bone.” Jayaraman is still on crutches and will undergo a reconstructive surgery next month. “The doctor said, after the initial jolt, the other parts of my knee were damaged from carrying me out, dumping me on the floor, dragging me across the police car,” Jayaraman said. “They were very rough and … [Read more...] about Oakland Parents Plan to Sue School District Over Violent Board Meeting
close Video Dolly Parton talks sexual harassment, feminism and why she avoids politics Country legend Dolly Parton is clearing the air, making known her views on the #MeToo movement and feminism in general. Parton said she has experienced sexual harassment but most likely not to the extent as other women who have spoken up had. The country singer also says that she relates to feminists but is hesitant to label herself as one because she never saw herself in that way. Dolly Parton joined Brandi Carlile on stage at the Newport Folk Festival in Rhode Island on Saturday night in a surprise co-headlining spot. The performance was billed just as "The Collaboration" with two female symbols, Variety reports, leading the crowd to be extra shocked and delighted at the country icon's appearance. Carlile introduced Parton as "the incomparable unicorn legend that is Dolly Parton." The duo performed a number of songs together, including a duet of Parton's classic "I Will Always … [Read more...] about Dolly Parton joins Brandi Carlile for all-women jam fest at Newport Folk Festival
The Glass House: Study Tour - Glass House + Schlumberger BuildingOctober 18, 2019, 1:00 - 5:15pmINFO + TICKETS Visit two important early examples of mid-century architecture designed by Philip Johnson on a one-day study tourof the Glass House (1949) and theSchlumberger Research Center Administration Building (1951-52), recently renovated by Craig Bassam andScott Fellows to serve as the headquarters of their firm, BassamFellows. Tickets for this program include tours of both sites, shuttle transportation between sites, and light refreshments. Interested in seeing the site but only have an hour to spare? The one-hour Glass House Tour is right for you! is an ongoing series of public programs - including conversations, performances, and gatherings - that sustains the site's historic role as a meeting place for artists, architects, and other creative minds. Each event is preceded by a self-guided tour of the Glass House and followed by a light reception. Murray Moss + Rosanne … [Read more...] about The Glass House Offers New Fall Tours, Programs
If you drive in Connecticut you've probably been frustrated by some (many?) of your fellow motorists, which might lead you to question just how bad are the state's drivers? A new report by the online insurance provider EverQuote offers an answer which is bad. Real bad.Connecticut drivers collectively ranked 50th out of the 50 states in the "EverDrive Safe Driving Report 2018," which studied data culled from EverQuote's cell phone app."EverQuote analyzed 781 million miles of driving data from 2017 to reveal how Americans are handling themselves behind the wheel," wrote EverQuote. "Data comes from our free safe-driving app, EverDrive, which helps people track driving habits and better understand what they're doing well and what they can improve upon."Connecticut drivers were at or near the top in vehicle trips with at least one of these unsafe driving behaviors: Speeding, Phone use, Acceleration, Hard braking or Hard turning.In its methodology, EverQuote writes:The EverDrive app derives … [Read more...] about Just How Bad Are Connecticut Drivers?