Alright, it’s time for me to make up my mind. The Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), the big game trade show in Los Angeles, took place last week and I’ve got a good sense for the big games coming this year. I’ve thought about it and come up with my list of my favorite games from […]
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When the Michigan Venture Capital Association (MVCA) unveiled the findings in its 2017 annual report at a public event in April, there was a lot to celebrate: a 48 percent increase in venture-backed startups over the past five years; every dollar invested by a Michigan firm attracting $4.61 in out-of-state capital; and a total of […]
- Names & Faces: Vin Scully, Johnny Miller
By Associated Press - Monday Jul 10, 2017
The Dodgers’ retired announcer will receive the Icon Award at the ESPYs in Los Angeles on Wednesday, with actor Bryan Cranston presenting the honor given to those whose careers have left a lasting impression on the sports world.Scully, 89, called Dodgers games for 67 years, the longest tenure of any broadcaster with a single pro sports team.ESPN also announced that former first lady Michelle Obama will help posthumously honor Special Olympics founder Eunice Kennedy Shriver by presenting the Arthur Ashe Courage Award to Shriver’s son, Timothy Shriver.
- Zach Braff's plea to play Stephen Miller on 'SNL' is waaaay too thirsty
By Jess Joho - Thursday Aug 3, 2017
Zach Braff — best known for his role as Regular White Dude in every TV show (Scrubs) and film (Garden State) he's ever been in — made a thirsty request on Twitter.
His plea from Wednesday all but begged famed Saturday Night Live boss Lorne Michaels to cast him as Trump's senior policy advisor, Stephen Miller. And dear god, Zach — buddy — no. That's just not how this works.
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- Johnny Miller back at Birkdale, scene of overlooked major
By Doug Ferguson - Monday Jul 17, 2017
Johnny Miller back at Birkdale, scene of overlooked majorSOUTHPORT, England — Johnny Miller set the course record, even more impressive because it was the final round of a major championship.Two shots behind going into the final round at Royal Birkdale in the 1976 British Open, the San Francisco native put on another exhibition with his irons, pulled away with an eagle and birdies on the back nine and closed with a 66 for a six-shot victory and his second major championship.For starters, his 63 at Oakmont remains the lowest closing round by a major champion;The player he was chasing in the final round was 19-year-old Seve Ballesteros, the Spaniard with a bold game and soft touch around the greens.Ballesteros hit the most memorable shot of that Open, chipping out of the rough between two pot bunkers on the final hole for a birdie.Jack Nicklaus also tied for second, one of 19 runner-up finishes in the majors, though he didn’t seriously challenge.The turf was so dry and fast from a heat wave in England that Miller opted to hit 1-iron most of the week, and once he was in the fairway, he was the best iron player in golf at the time.Ballesteros and Miller each shot 73 in the third round, and the Spanish teen kept his two-shot lead — but not for long.The more he hit into the thick grass along the dunes of Royal Birkdale, the more trouble Ballesteros invited until it cost him.Ballesteros was just starting to make a name for himself in Europe — it would be another month before he won his first European Tour title with an eight-shot victory in the Dutch Open — and he picked up his first major three years later at Royal Lytham & St. Annes.The importance of the 1976 British Open for Miller was not beating Ballesteros or Nicklaus, who had denied Miller a year earlier at the Masters.Miller was hearing criticism that for all his victories on the PGA Tour, he had only one major.