High School Playbook Week 9 (Part 1)
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High School Playbook Week 9 (Part 1)
More than 60 people may have been infected with the COVID variant.
This year has been filled with NFTs, the metaverse and blockchain. Here's a look at what the new year may hold for the entertainment tech you use.
Airlines have been warned about a plume of ash rising 15,000m from Mt Semeru in Java.
Since mid-2020, mortgage rates -- including refinance rates -- have sat at very competitive levels. The Mortgage Bankers Association reports that refinances fell 15% from the previous week and 41% from the same week one year prior. A big reason refinance demand fell last week was that interest rates crept upward.
I was told the 12 steps would cure my addiction. Why did I end up feeling more broken?. In this quasi-religious programme, ‘working the steps’ is the remedy for any problem, but for me the cracks soon started to show
Best biographies and memoirs of 2021. Brian Cox is punchy, David Harewood candid and Miriam Margolyes raucously indiscreet
Klopp, Tuchel, Rangnick and the Premier League’s Germanification. The Bundesliga has left its mark on a clutch of coaches at England’s most successful clubs – including Pep Guardiola
Flashback – JLS: ‘X Factor was a crash course in this industry. Zero to hero in 10 weeks’. Aston, Marvin, JB and Oritsé recreate their audition photo and reflect on backflips, friendships, reuniting and turkey farming
Classical home listening: Philippe Jaroussky and Thibaut Garcia, Attacca Quartet and more. The countertenor makes a guitar album, while the Brooklyn foursome mix madrigals and minimalism in lockdown
Progressive companies are creating work models that attract and retain employees who want to maintain the flexibility that remote work has given them.
MONTREAL — Quebec's provincial police will introduce mandatory training next year aimed at changing officers' responses to people in mental distress and reducing the number of interventions that end fatally. "Society needs a change in how police intervene," said Sgt. Dominique Éthier, who is involved with a fellow officer in creating the new course. "Traditional training was all about prioritizing protection before negotiating with people and defusing crises. Our approach is to first prevent con
The Naming Commission received more than 4,600 online submissions. The commission is tasked with renaming Fort Benning and other Department of Defense assets that commemorate the Confederacy.
When the market is roaring higher, volatile upswings can be a lot of fun for investors. Danaher (NYSE: DHR), Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT), and American Water Works (NYSE: AWK) are fundamentally strong businesses with track records of performing well through thick and thin. Investors also have to deal with the consequences of fear as governments, people, and corporations anticipate that possibility, and act on those fears.
NFTs of “Miami Vice” boats, a $500,000 electric jet ski, and a yacht builder arts patron all shared a spotlight in this week’s art show.
Kevin Keatt’s team is averaging 81.57 points per game while the Cardinals are holding their opponents to 64.7 PPG. Something’s got to give when the two teams meet in today’s ACC opener.
Prince William reportedly had a "cyber relationship" with Britney Spears and Lauren Bush, a new biography alleges. Get details here!
The actor, who was the first woman to play the Time Lord, only has a few episodes left.
Moderna (NASDAQ: MRNA) and AstraZeneca (NASDAQ: AZN) compete against each other in some markets with their respective COVID-19 vaccines. In this Motley Fool Live video recorded on Nov. 16, 2021, Motley Fool contributors Keith Speights and Brian Orelli discuss whether or not Moderna's and AstraZeneca's mRNA candidate could be a winner.
Hundreds of thousands of lights await you at Jones Park. Take a peek at what it looks like this year before you go.
London commuters faced travel mayhem as the Night Tube was disrupted on Friday as planned walk-outs go ahead. Disruptions hit both the Victoria and Central lines as TfL said they are running a “special service” on both lines while after tube drivers walked outstrikes were on. The strike action began 7pm and it was expected to last until 4.29am on both Friday and Saturday with TfL warning of “severe disruption” as commuters spill onto other lines and buses.