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Paris St. Germain -Leicester City soccer gamer

Arlo White has seen a lot of soccer during a broadcasting career that has taken him to four continents in 16 years. But last spring he saw something he had long given up hope of ever witnessing. Leicester City, the luckless, hopeless, low-budget team White had cheered for growing up in the East...

Newswire: Michael Keaton doesn’t want you to get your hopes up about a Beetlejuice sequel

Back in the spring, Michael Keaton was the subject of much “will-he/won’t-he” talk after word began to spread that he was signing on to play one of the villains in Spider-Man: Homecoming. He eventually accepted Marvel’s invitation, presumably so everyone could watch Bruce Wayne crash a high school dance. Show More Summary

New to the Civil War Memory Library, 07/19

Announcement: Earlier today I learned that the University Press of Kentucky will bring Remembering The Battle of the Crater: War as Murder out in paperback next spring. I’ve been hoping for some time that they would do this and I couldn’t be more excited. I will provide additional information as it becomes available. Douglas R. […]

Will Things Fall Apart?

From 2005: A thought-provoking column by Peggy Noonan. Note the anecdote about Ted Kennedy. [I hope a firewall doesn't spring up for that column and I apologize if one does.]

A boomer writes of lessons learned about life’s illusions

Larry Lefkowitz believes in the expression, “hope springs eternal." The post A boomer writes of lessons learned about life’s illusions appeared first on BoomerCafe.

Uber ... for women? Start-ups hope to match female passengers with female drivers

Ginny Young sat with eight women, all of them senior citizens, this spring while a focus group leader lobbed questions at them. “Who has used Uber or Lyft before?” Young raised her hand. “How about taxis?” A few more hands went up. “If you booked a ride, would you prefer if the driver was a woman?” Absolutely....

Help Spring Find Sandy Bullock's Hope Floats Dress

Welcome to Fashion Scavenger Hunt, a Jezebel column in which we all work together to find the elusive product of your dreams. Need help with a style or specific item, or just looking for advice on dupes? Email me at julianne@jezebel.com and I, too, will put my nimble googling fingers to work. Read more...

The Aral Sea springs back to life

Successful recovery efforts have brought back the sea and new hope for devastated Aral Sea communities in Kazakhstan.

NBA Summer League 2016: Monday Schedule, Latest Las Vegas Standings and Stats

When it comes to the NBA, hope springs eternal in the summer league. After brief runs in Orlando and Utah, the summer NBA circuit is now in Las Vegas, where some of the league's top draft picks and emerging young players are testingShow More Summary

Portugal vs. France: Live Stream, Odds and Form Guide for Euro 2016 Final

France will head into their Euro 2016 final against Portugal on Sunday as firm favourites to clinch the continental title on home soil, but a defiant opponent has the capacity to spring a surprise in Paris. Les Bleus are hoping to become...Show More Summary

"Gambit" Movie Targets Spring 2017 Start Date

Executive Producer Simon Kinberg reveals the studio hopes to finally begin production on the Channing Tatum film early next year.

What Happened to Nichole Alloway?

3 weeks agoNews / Crime : Sword and Scale

When 20-year-old Nichole Alloway left her home in Spring Hope, North Carolina in May of 2009 for Portsmouth, Ohio she was bright-eyed and full of dreams. She kissed her two

Inside DiCaprio’s Private Party Palace

3 weeks agoNews : The Daily Beast

The owners of Spring Place hope jet-setting creative professionals will seek it out as a space where they can host meetings with clientsand cavort with other jet-setting creative professionals.

At the World’s Worst Airline Hope Springs Eternal

Pakistan International Airlines has the worst financial performance per employee of any airline in the world. Yet employees feel they aren’t well-compensated enough for their contribution, and are fighting against privatization which they fear could undermine their compensation, benefits, and no show jobs. Show More Summary

Fading hope: why the youth of the Arab Spring are still unemployed

Heath J. Prince, University of Texas at Austin The 2011 Arab Spring was a clear signal to governments and ruling parties that the time had come for reform, if not revolution. People in the Middle East and North Africa were demandingShow More Summary

Could growing Internet use inspire more democratic uprisings?

COLUMBUS, Ohio - While events like the Arab Spring brought hope that the internet could inspire the growth of democracy in authoritarian countries, a new study offers a reality check. Researchers studying Russian and Ukrainian internet...Show More Summary

James Ward hoping to move on from a 'tough time' and spring an upset against Novak Djokovic in Wimbledon round one

Last year the Londoner celebrated reaching the third round of a grand slam for the first time with his coach Darren Tandy, who later was diagnosed with colon cancer and died in December.

Saints still plan to hold camp in West Virginia, hope to help those affected by floods

The Saints released a statement Monday evening affirming their plans to hold training camp at The Greenbrier resort in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia. Greenbrier County was hit by devastating floods last week. The PGA Tour event scheduled for The Greenbrier resort July 7-10 was canceled, and residents of the area have dealt with much…

back from the sun

Hi! Happy Monday! How was your weekend? Hope that you had a great one filled with relaxation and fun. Ours was the perfect mix of the two, as we headed to Palm Springs on Thursday afternoon for a little weekend vacay. A majority of the weekend was spent poolside and enjoying some of the incredible […]

On the Origins of Life, Meaning, and the Universe Itself

last monthHumor / odd : Kottke.org

After an unbelievably stressful and busy winter/spring, I am hoping to find some time to read this summer. One of the books on my short list is Sean Carroll's The Big Picture, one of those "everything is connected" things I love. From...Show More Summary

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