Damien Harris burst out of the Alabama locker room moments after the Crimson Tide captured the national championship. Harris joined his teammates following their thrilling 26-23 overtime win over Georgia at Mercedes-Benz Stadium, but the junior running back had a message for those who doubted this...
Bloomberg: World Bank Raises Outlook as Growth Hits Fastest Pace Since 2011. The World Bank lifted its forecast for global growth, predicting the global recovery will continue to gain steam after reaching the fastest clip in six years. Show More Summary
From a 1906 issue of Punch magazine, as described by The Globe and Mail: Under the headline, "Forecasts for 1907," a black and white cartoon showed a well-dressed Edwardian couple sitting in a London park. The man and woman are turned away from each other, antennae protruding from their hats. Show More Summary
Here are the 8 aviation and travel related Predictions 2018 from our side. If these work out, life will be better for all of us! What are your predictions for the year ahead? The post Travel & Aviation Headlines I hope to see in 2018! appeared first on Live from a Lounge.
David Blowers from the Grattan Institute has a piece in The Conversation (also on the ABC) headlined A high price for policy failure: the ten-year story of spiralling electricity bills. It’s not bad, and is notable for the observation that History may judge the introduction of competition to the retail electricity market as an expensive […]
Sarah Kaufman hasn’t had the best run since the end of her UFC contract, but she’s hoping Invicta FC 27’s headliner will change that.Filed under: News, UFC, Videos
The following are five trends we expect to unfold during 2018. Expect to see many headlines focused on these issues in the coming year, here on 3p and elsewhere.
We delve through all of this year's biggest stories to see if we can predict the biggest movie headlines of 2018.
What will dominate the news next year? Every year Eater reaches out to friends who cover the food scene and ask what their best —and worst — meals of the past year have been. Today food critics, bloggers, and seriously culinary fans are weighing in on which restaurants they found themselves returning to time and again. Show More Summary
From “Frasca Food and Wine Announces Cookbook” to “More Restaurants Than Residents” As is the tradition, Eater asked a group of journalists, bloggers, and friends of the site to weigh in on the year in food. Here, they divine the coming...Show More Summary
Bloomberg: Goldman(GS) Sees Crypto, Credit Shadowing Robust 2018 U.S. Economy. Hatzius has already made some predictions for the new year: four Federal Reserve rate hikes, real U.S. gross-domestic product growth quickening to an average of 2.6 percent, the jobless rate dropping to about 3.5 percent, and the yield curve not inverting. Show More Summary
Local food writers share what they think will happen in the food world next year As is Eater’s annual tradition, we’re closing out 2017 by surveying local food writers (including our own staff and contributors) on various restaurant-related topics, and we’re publishing their responses in these final days of the year. Show More Summary
Friends of Eater predict the future As is the tradition as we near the end of 2017, Eater asked a trusted group of friends, industry types, and local bloggers for their takes on the past culinary year in Austin. The annual survey spans eight questions, from dining surprises to best food neighborhoods and disappointing meals. Show More Summary
What trends will descent on the island? As is tradition at Eater, we close the year with a survey of food critics, writers, bloggers, and people about town. This year we posed eight questions, from meal of the year, to top restaurant newcomers. Show More Summary
Food writers consult their crystal balls As per tradition, Eater asked a group of journalists, bloggers, and friends of the site to weigh in on the year in food. Here, Philly’s dining experts answer the question: “What are your headline...Show More Summary
What does the future hold? As we put a cap on 2017, Eater surveyed a group of friends, writers, and all around experts for their take on the past year. We asked them eight questions: from top standbys to top newcomers, from best meals to restaurants they’ve broken up with. Show More Summary
Look out for lots of rutabaga, brains, and, of course, ice cream and doughnuts in the news next year As is tradition, Eater closes out the year by surveying local food writers on various restaurant-related topics. Readers, please feel...Show More Summary
Predictions for food fests, food halls, and more As per tradition, Eater asked a group of journalists, bloggers, and friends of the site to weigh in on the year in food. Here, they look into the crystal ball for 2018. Liz Williams, founder and president, Southern Food and Beverage Museum: “More and better prepared food at grocery stores. Show More Summary
Perhaps no other technology was as disruptive as artificial intelligence in 2017. ‘Machine learning,’ ‘neural network,’ and ‘data bias’ became commonplace terms in the headlines of mainstream media outlets, signifying the machines had arrived. Show More Summary
HEADLINE LONDON INDEPENDENT, IN 2000: Snowfalls are now just a thing of the past.. “Children just aren’t going to know what snow is.” Headline, London Times today: Travel Chaos Predicted As Temperatures Plunge To -6.. “Snow and rain will continue to fall into this evening with temperatures forecast to plummet as low as -6C, bringing […]