1 of 6 | NEXT » Recent years have not seen the Washington Redskins pay much attention to draft classes. This year is a little different, as they selected ten players in the draft. First round pick Jonathan Allen was projected to be a top ten pick. Show More Summary
The 2017 NFL Draft featured 32 teams trying to do what the Cowboys did in 2016 — find the combination of players who can take you from worst to first. Dallas went from division bottom feeder to top seed in the NFC thanks to the arrivals...Show More Summary
The Chargers’ first season in Los Angeles could be a good one. The 2017 NFL Draft concluded Saturday afternoon, casting the latest class of ballhawking defensive backs and developmental passers into the great wide open of rookie minicamps and contract negotiations. Show More Summary
I have fond memories of my first class in the anatomy laboratory. It was the Monday of my first week at medical school. I’d spent the last night pouring over my newly purchased anatomy textbooks. I wondered how I would ever appreciate the countless anatomical details of the human body. But as I stood around […]
World class Chelsea knew their trip to Goodison Park would require something special if they wanted to get anything from it, and while they struggled in the first half, it seemed only a moment of magic would get them the win. While usually you’d look to Diego Costa or Eden Hazard to provide that, it […]
1 of 5 | NEXT » The New England Patriots had to wait around until the third-round of the 2017 NFL Draft to make their first pick and ended up with a total of four selections (the smallest draft class in franchise history), but in true Bill Belichick-fashion they still managed to come away with exactly what they needed. Show More Summary
Fans of the University of California often tout the 10-campus system as being in a class by itself, first among peers in offering a quality education. Recent events, though, offer a reminder of another unique aspect of the UC system: its legal independence, which is so powerful that in many cases...
Did you know that when you take a barre class, your entire body—especially your thighs—just shakes uncontrollably the entire time and that's supposed to be normal? READ MORE »
BY MELISSA RUGGIERI/AJC Music Scene Some might argue that a Billy Joel concert isn’t as spontaneous as, say, Bruce Springsteen on stage. Then how about a sprinkling of songs custom-tailored for an Atlanta audience – Otis Redding,...
NPR's new morning talk show -- out of D.C. station WAMU-FM -- is called 1A, for the First Amendment. So it would be embarrassing if the show came out against freedom of speech. On Wednesday, the show devoted an hour to Ann Coulter's canceled speech at the University of California in Berkeley. Show More Summary
If you're going to take airplane travel advice from anyone, you should to take it from someone who flies first class frequently. A multimillionaire app developer recently shared his clever (and surprisingly affordable) airplane hack for securing an entire three seat row to himself: Fly first class? No need. Show More Summary
The Cowboys will get first-round pass rusher Taco Charlton and the rest of their 2017 draft class on the field at a rookie minicamp in a couple of weeks, but they won’t be the only players getting their first taste of on-field work during the session. Cowboys coach Jason Garrett said Friday, via Clarence Hill…
A UK LGBT charity that received up to £120,000 ($155,000) in government funding per year between 2008 and 2016 has collapsed because of “chaotic” management. Founded in 2004, Broken Rainbow aimed to highlight and combat domestic violence in the LGBT… Read The post LGBT Charity Investigated for Lavish Spending on Gifts and First Class Travel appeared first on Towleroad.
Let’s compile draft grades from three different outlets to see the consensus winners and losers. The first round of the NFL Draft is over, and most of the top-notch players in this draft class now have chances to prove to their new teams why they were worth first-round picks. Show More Summary
They are young but not selfish. Brilliant but not dorky. Engaged but not political. The current class of college-age hackers will shape our future. The post The Genial, Brilliant, Candy-Loving Hackers of Stetson West appeared first on WIRED.
Leslie Mateo was invited to speak on behalf of her class at a breakfast hosted by The Wooden Floor to honor its recent graduates. A senior at Samueli Academy, Mateo, holds a 4.0 grade point average and will be the first person in her family to attend college. She has been accepted into USC to study mathematics and […]
They are young but not selfish. Brilliant but not dorky. Engaged but not political. The current class of college-age hackers will shape our future. The post Meet the Brilliant Young Hackers Who’ll Soon Shape the World appeared first on WIRED.
Return to the grand days of air travel with a meal aboard a replica Boeing 747 jumbo jet. $300+ for dinner isn’t cheap, but it’s less than a First Class ticket just about anywhere. This LA hotspot sells out months in advance, and they’re considering a Las Vegas location.
"Jobs, jobs, jobs." The post Mnuchin: Trump tax plan aims to boost middle class, but … no guarantees yet? appeared first on Hot Air.
First class pop from Japan.