The Celtics, meanwhile, should get two of their star players back for Monday night’s tilt. Both Kemba Walker (left knee soreness) and Jaylen Brown (right thumb strain) are questionable for the game, but both said following Boston’s shootaround that they expect to play. That would be a big boost to the struggling Celtics, as the team looks to avoid their first four-game losing streak of the season. … [Read more...] about Anthony Davis Returning To Lakers Lineup Vs. Celtics; Walker, Brown Expect To Play For Boston
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At Sundance, the Times will be debuting its first two feature-length documentaries. In addition to “Some Kind of Heaven,” the venerable journalism brand has “Time,” directed by Garrett Bradley, about a woman in Louisiana attempting to free her husband from a 60-year prison sentence. Neither of the docs playing at Sundance will be available on the Times website. Instead, they are seeking distribution, so that they can play to audiences in movies theaters or on a streaming platform. And more filmmakers are being recruited for upcoming documentaries, including one in development with an Oscar-nominated director based on reporting from an overseas correspondent. … [Read more...] about Why the New York Times Is Getting Into the Documentary Films Business (EXCLUSIVE)
The Vermont senator’s call for a $15-an-hour minimum wage? California’s already moving there, with every worker slated to hit that mark by 2023. Legal status for Dreamers, undocumented young people brought into the U.S. as children? The state has moved to block all proposed deportation efforts. Banning for-profit prisons and ending cash bail? California already is working to do just that. … [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