Walker scored 40 points the last time he took the floor for Boston, hitting 14 of the 23 shots he took in a 128-123 loss in Milwaukee last Thursday. He sat out Saturday night’s loss to the Phoenix Suns with knee soreness, but said Monday that the absence was a matter of being cautious. … [Read more...] about Anthony Davis Returning To Lakers Lineup Vs. Celtics; Walker, Brown Expect To Play For Boston
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It makes sense because documentary films are as popular as ever, coveted by almost every entertainment company from HBO to Netflix to Focus Features. The Times began exploring the space in 2011, when it launched its successful, and ongoing, Op-Docs series — journalism told through short films, which have gone on to land three Oscar nominations. Making these movies longer was the next logical step for Lingo, who previously ran Op-Docs and now has the title of editorial director for film and TV. “Filmmakers started to come to me and say, ‘Can you produce my feature?’” she recalls. “I said yes without really knowing what that was going to mean or how it was going to work.” … [Read more...] about Why the New York Times Is Getting Into the Documentary Films Business (EXCLUSIVE)
According to Sanders’ campaign website, over the next decade he wants to spend $2.5 trillion to build affordable housing, pay off $1.6 trillion in student debt, use $16 trillion for his Green New Deal and provide $1 trillion for infrastructure. That doesn’t include the estimated $30 trillion-plus cost of his Medicare for All health plan, or billions more to make public colleges free, provide universal preschool for 3- and 4-year-olds, boost Social Security payments and provide, as his website puts it, “a federal jobs guarantee, to ensure that everyone is guaranteed a stable job that pays a living wage.” … [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?
“Considering everything else we’ve got going in this case, it just didn’t seem like a good use of time to pick that fight with them,” Barbour said, adding that they’re now looking to open-source information to research the accounts. “I would love to have it, and I have no doubt that if the government wanted to get it they could get it. ... And we can’t. We tried.” … [Read more...] about Facebook, Twitter hold evidence that could save people from prison. And they’re not giving it up