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  • Asomándonos a la Revolución Cubana de Internet Hecha por los Propios C
    By Antonio García Martínez - Wednesday Jul 26, 2017

    En Cuba, donde los datos gotean vía una red sobrecargada controlada por el gobierno—en su caso—la gente ha puesto en escena la revolución del auto autor.

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  • Save Lake Tahoe Oscar de la Renta Fashion Show
    Wednesday Aug 10, 2016

    The League to Save Lake Tahoe held a fashion show August 6th featuring the 2016 resort collection from the house of Oscar de la Renta, the featured designer. The event was sponsored by Saks Fifth Avenue.

    Source: Social Scene
  • Gobierno de Francia: la galardonada actriz francesa Jeanne Moreau muere a los 89 años
    Monday Jul 31, 2017

    PARÍS (AP) — Gobierno de Francia: la galardonada actriz francesa Jeanne Moreau muere a los 89 años.

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  • Sports calendar, July 4-5
    Wednesday Jul 5, 2017

    Sports calendar, July 4-5BaseballN.Y. Mets at Washington MLBNetGiants at Detroit NBCSBA (680)Toronto at N.Y. Yankees (1050) MLBNet joins in progress at 11 a.m.Chicago White Sox at A’s NBCSCA (95.7)Pittsburgh at Philadelphia ESPNBoston at Texas ESPNMinors:Rancho Cucamonga atCyclingTour de France, Stage 4 NBCSNHorse racingSoccerMLS:Earthquakes at Atlanta NBCSBA (1050)TennisWimbledon ESPNBaseballToronto at N.Y. Yankees MLBNetChicago White Sox at A’s NBCSCA (95.7)Giants at Detroit NBCSBA (680)N.Y. Mets at Washington ESPNArizona at L.A. Dodgers MLBNetMinors:Rancho Cucamonga atBasketballPro-Am:Dream Team vs.South Bay, Kezar PavilionCyclingTour de France, Stage 5 NBCSNGolfPGA Europe:TennisWimbledon ESPN

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  • Sports Calendar, July 5-6
    Tuesday Jul 4, 2017

    Sports Calendar, July 5-6BaseballToronto at N.Y. Yankees MLBNetChicago White Sox at A’s NBCSCA (95.7)Giants at Detroit NBCSBA (680)N.Y. Mets at Washington ESPNArizona at L.A. Dodgers MLBNetMinors:Rancho Cucamonga atBasketballPro-Am:Dream Team vs.South Bay, Kezar PavilionCyclingTour de France, Stage 5 NBCSNGolfPGA Europe:TennisWimbledon ESPNBaseballGiants at Detroit NBCSBA (680)Milwaukee at Chicago Cubs MLBNetMinors:Rancho Cucamonga atBasketballWNBA:Pro-Am:Oakland Believers vs.Bay City, Kezar PavilionCyclingTour de France, Stage 6 NBCSNGolfPGA Europe:Irish Open, continuing coverage LECOM Health Challenge GolfCh.PGA:Greenbrier Classic GolfCh.LPGA:Thornberry Creek Classic GolfCh.PGA Europe:SoftballWorld Cup:Canada at United States ESPNTennisWimbledon ESPNTrack and fieldDiamond League:TrackTown Summer Series ESPN

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  • Without Najee Harris, Antioch still can thrive
    By Mitch Stephens - Tuesday Aug 15, 2017

    Without Najee Harris, Antioch still can thriveFor the first time in three seasons, the spotlight of expectation won’t be shinning on Antioch’s Eells Stadium.[...] scouts and fans will make the trip to watch a running back named Harris.Cal commit Omari Harris is an impressive 6-foot-1 and 210 pounds — “He’s absolutely cut and the hardest-working kid in the weight room,” Antioch offensive coordinator Brett Dudley said — but he’s no relation to 5-star Antioch running back Najee Harris, who is now a freshman at Alabama.“The first thing scouts ask is if he’s the younger brother or cousin of Najee,” Dudley said.Omari won’t be the team’s offensive workhorse like Najee (6-3, 226 pounds), who carried the ball 291 times last season and 788 times over the past three.Omari’s first position is probably linebacker, where Dudley thinks he can play inside or outside, or even strong safety at Cal.Omari, who attended De La Salle as a freshman, definitely will carry the ball for the Panthers, along with 100-meter sprinter Dalaan Green (5-7, 180).The two will make up a potent inside-outside punch.“I could see both of them as 1,000-yard rushers,” Dudley said.Omari just has great power and strength.Omari + Green might very well = 1 Najee, but without all the attention.The Panthers, who last season reached their first North Coast Section title game since 1977, have other players drawing the attention of college recruiters, including fast, strong-armed junior quarterback Willem Karnthong (5-11, 175), junior receiver Gaudie Campbell (6-2, 170) and sophomore cornerback DeJaun Butler (6-0, 170).Antioch, the 2015 Bay Valley Athletic League champion, isn’t expected to contend for the title this season, not with Pittsburg, Freedom-Oakley and even vastly improved Liberty-Brentwood and Deer Valley-Antioch proving formidable.There’s not all that pressure of expectation, but this is a real good group.Metro Top 50 by the numbers:Based 75 percent on recruitment and 25 percent productivity, The Chronicle’s preseason list is spread among schools and positions.Valley Christian-San Jose, De La Salle-Concord and Bishop O’Dowd-Oakland each had four players on the list — DLS’s four are in the top 12 — and the defensive line (including defensive ends) had the most representatives with 11 players, followed by defensive backs and quarterbacks (seven each), offensive line (six), wide receivers (five), running backs and linebackers (four) and athletes and tight ends (three).New Cal head coach Justin Wilcox vowed to recruit better locally and judging from this list, he has kept his word.With the commitment last week of Clayton Valley-Concord tackle Brandon Mello, the Bears have secured six of the 50.Only Oregon State, with Marin Catholic-Kentfield quarterback Spencer Petras and Stellar Prep-Hayward cornerback Deshon Wilson, has more than one local commit.Bishop O’Dowd safety Jevon Holland has moved to the top spot among locals for 2018 graduates according to 247Sports, which came out with rankings Tuesday.Holland is ranked 21st overall in California.Other Top 100 California recruits were Tariq Bracy (Milpitas, No. 37), Tyler Manoa (St. Francis, 39), Tuli Letuligasenoa (De La Salle, 45), Quinn Brinnon (O’Dowd, 61), D’Angelo McKenzie (Valley Christian, 63), Antioch’s Harris (64), Tuni Fifita (Milpitas, 67), JH Tevis (Menlo School-Atherton, 95) and Blake McDonald (San Ramon Valley-Danville, 98).Among juniors ranked nationally, De La Salle linebacker Henry To’oto’o is No. 22 and teammate Isaiah Foskey, a tight end, is No. 101.Pittsburg defensive lineman Jacob Bandes is No. 74 and O’Dowd running back Austin Jones No. 94.Don’t throw against these 3:Three Valley Christian secondary players made our top 50 list:MaxPreps senior writer Mitch Stephens covers high school sports for The San Francisco Chronicle.The Metro Top 50 for 2017PlayerSchoolHt., Wt.CollegeDTDe La SalleSr.USCLBDe La SalleUndecidedSr.DTSr.UndecidedDTUndecidedSr.UndecidedQBMarin CatholicSr.SR ValleySr.UCLASr.UndecidedAntiochSr.RBDe La SalleSr.UndecidedDe La SalleUndecidedDTSr.Sr.Sr.UndecidedSr.UndecidedUndecidedRBUndecidedSr.WRSr.UndecidedMenlo SchoolSr.CBStellar PrepSr.CBSr.UndecidedQBBen WooldridgeFoothillSr.Sr.UndecidedSr.Sr.UndecidedQBRancho CotateSr.UndecidedQBSr.UndecidedUndecidedCBSr.UndecidedSr.UndecidedSr.Colo.WRSr.UndecidedLBSr.UndecidedWRSr.UndecidedRBSr.UndecidedSr.UndecidedRBSr.UndecidedWRSR ValleySr.LBSr.UndecidedSr.UndecidedWRFreedomSr.UndecidedCBMoreau CatholicSr.Colo.Sr.UndecidedCBSr.UndecidedSr.UndecidedDLUndecidedQBSr.UndecidedQBSr.Undecided

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