SALT LAKE CITY — Utah Jazz guard Donovan Mitchell was tremendous last week as the Jazz wound up being reduced to no point guards because … Continue reading
SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah Jazz rallied in the second half with a couple of big runs to pull off a 100-94 win over … Continue reading
Elia Viviani wins 1st stage of Tour Down Under
Ewuosho’s jumper with 0.8 left lifts Alabama St. over MVSU
1481 – Ashikaga Yoshizumi, Japanese shogun (b. 1511) 1730 – John Malchair, German-born English artist, violinist and composer, born in Cologne (d. 1812) baptismal date … Continue reading
69 – Otho seizes power in Rome, proclaiming himself Emperor, only rules for three months before committing suicide 1785 – Mozart’s string quartet opus 10 … Continue reading
Historical Events 1902 – Abdulaziz Ibn Saud leads 40 men over the walls of Riyadh and takes the city, marking the beginning of the Third … Continue reading
New programs for families and University of Kansas students are in the lineup for winter and spring at the KU Natural History Museum, including International … Continue reading
Via Tarot Astrologers General Horoscope for January 15, 2019 We can’t escape the laws of the land or our moral responsibilities while the judicious Capricorn … Continue reading
The publishing company that produces USA Today, one of the country’s largest newspapers, has received a buyout bid of $1.36 billion from MNG Enterprises, better … Continue reading
Cherokee is spoken as a first language by fewer than 5,000 people, yet in recent years it has experienced a remarkable revival as a second … Continue reading
Greenpoint: They sure play a mean pinball! Read more.
Greenwood Heights: Green-Wood Cemetery leaders may be backing out of their promise to consult the community before installing a statue of a polarizing doctor in … Continue reading
Marine Park: It was a Kings send-off. Read more.