The Tool in the Pool is back. Ryan “Blame it on Rio” Lochte successfully returned from his 10-month suspension by winning the 200-meter medley in record time Sunday at the U.S. Open in Long Island. Of greater importance though is that the gas station bathrooms in and around the East Meadow N.Y. area are still...
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- Clueless in East Meadow
By Stitches - Wednesday Aug 9, 2017
- Neighborhood Joint: Tailoring in a Basement? It Suits Him
By SYLVIE BIGAR - Wednesday Jun 28, 2017
For 36 years, Bilal Egilmez, who learned his trade in Turkey, has altered and mended clothing at Genius Tailor, his Upper East Side shop.
- Tenement Museum in New York Names Its New President
By JOSHUA BARONE - Wednesday Jun 14, 2017
Kevin Jennings, a former nonprofit leader and Obama official, plans to expand the museum’s reach through virtual and augmented reality.
- Bay Area professor leads landmark discovery of baby ape skull
By Kurtis Alexander - Wednesday Aug 9, 2017
Bay Area professor leads landmark discovery of baby ape skull A team of scientists led by a paleoanthropologist at Cupertino’s De Anza College has discovered the skull of what is said to be a baby ape that lived in the forests of East Africa some 13 million years ago, providing a rare look at the shared ancestor of today’s apes and humans. Plucked from a remote rock outcropping in northern Kenya, the spectacularly preserved skull, about the size of a lemon, is that of a young primate that had a human-like nose, jaw and ears but more closely resembled a monkey or gibbon. The discovery by Marin County resident Isaiah Nengo, which will be published Thursday in the journal Nature, helps piece together the evolutionary puzzle of how and where the human lineage emerged before it split with gorillas, orangutans and chimpanzees. While scientists have learned a great deal about recent human evolution through such famed fossil finds as Lucy, the 3.2-million-year-old human-like skeleton, and younger Neanderthals, the distant past remains largely a mystery. Unlike previous clues into this unknown time, which are limited to small fragments of jaws and teeth, Nengo’s discovery, dubbed Alesi, introduces an entire skull to the fossil record. While similar in appearance to a baby gibbon, the ape had such features as bony ear tubes, a wide nasal cavity and teeth in certain positions that show a certain link, the researchers said, to more modern apes as well as humans. “A lot of times we don’t pay a lot of attention to our older ancestors, but to be able to go back 13 million years, it’s quite exciting,” said Sharal Camisa, executive director of The Leakey Foundation, which funds research into human origins from San Francisco.
- Moore leads West past East 130-121 in WNBA All-Star Game
By Tim Booth - Saturday Jul 22, 2017
Moore leads West past East 130-121 in WNBA All-Star GameSEATTLE — Maya Moore provided the example, reigning league MVP Nneka Ogwumike gladly followed along, and Sue Bird received attention and recognition she deserved.Moore, the Minnesota Lynx forward, scored 23 points and was named the game’s MVP for the second consecutive All-Star Game.Ogwumike, the former Stanford forward who plays for the defending WNBA champion Los Angeles Sparks, added 22 points.The youthful East was led by Jonquel Jones’ game-high 24 points, two coming on a dunk in the final minute.
- Lincoln-Sudbury Claims State Title to Round Out Final Nike/USL HSB Top 25
By mschneider - Tuesday Jun 20, 2017