Duuun-Dun. Duuun-Dun. Dun-Dun. Dun-Dun. Dun-Dun. You get the idea. The Shark, aka Greg Norman, is returning to competitive golf for first (...)
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- Greg Norman announces return to competitive golf with interesting video
By Brentley Romine - Thursday Oct 12, 2017
- In ‘Stage of Siege,’ a cry to heed the world’s madmen
By Lily Janiak - Sunday Oct 22, 2017
Here’s a line that could have been irredeemably cheesy. A mysterious Plague, one that’s both biological and political and that’s personified as a dictator (Serge Maggiani), has taken over a town. One resident, whose apt name is Nada (Philippe Demarle), keeps asserting to the face of doom that he believes in nothing. Assessing him, the Plague’s Secretary (Valérie Dashwood) says, “This one seems to be the kind that believes in nothing, and that kind always proved very useful to us.” You can imagine a dun-dun-dun sound effect coming next. But that’s not at all how the line feels in Théâtre de la Ville-Paris’ “State of Siege,” presented Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 21-22, by Cal Performances at Zellerbach Hall.
- Farm Incomes Seen Rising
Wednesday Aug 30, 2017
U.S. farm incomes will rise in 2017, halting three consecutive years of decline, as a slump in crop and animal prices eases.
- 12-year-old threatened with jail for building pillow fort in a store
By The Sun - Wednesday Sep 20, 2017
A 12-year-old boy was slapped with a trespass notice and threatened with jail after being caught building a pillow fort. Kyan Hatcher was banned from a New Zealand store for two years, warned that if he broke the order, he could face three months behind bars. But store, The Warehouse, has since backed down on...
- Amid strife over Confederate statues, Civil War returns to Fort Point
By Alison Graham - Saturday Aug 19, 2017
Dozens of soldiers, some as young as 11, sported the blue uniforms of Union soldiers as they stood at attention for the raising of the United States flag at Fort Point on Saturday. The Civil War re-enactors marched into the fort for Living History Day, just one week after violent riots broke out on the other side of the country over the plan to remove a statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee. White supremacists took to the streets of Charlottesville, Va., and the University of Virginia campus on Aug. 12 to protest the statue’s removal from a city park. Residents, civil rights leaders and onlookers took to the streets in counterprotest. One woman died in the riots.
- US Farms Could Suffer as the Arctic Heats Up
By Nick Stockton - Monday Jul 10, 2017
The climate connection between the north and the midlatitudes might mean shorter growing seasons, frozen plants, and less water to go around.