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‘Everybody Went Totally Mad’: 2nd Night of Violence in Hamburg

2 weeks agoNews : NYTimes: News

Organizers of the main march said about 76,000 people were taking part, and tens of thousands of police officers were mobilized to keep watch.

The world has come up with the worst names for Crayola's new color

Finally, the madness is almost over.  Since March, Crayola — yes, the art supply company that ran your childhood — has been stringing the world along on a troublesome and emotional journey to replace the Dandelion crayon — an OG member of the 24-pack box. Show More Summary

The Long-Awaited Massachusetts Energy Storage Target Has Arrived

Basketball fans have March Madness, political junkies get a big election every four years and the Oscars roll around every February. For energy storage buffs, moments of collective anticipation are harder to come by. Friday is as good as it gets, thanks to the long-awaited release of Massachusetts' energy storage procurement target. Show More Summary

After a Devastating Injury, Xavier PG Edmond Sumner is Ready to Prove Himself in The NBA

When Xavier made their run to the Elite Eight during March Madness, they did so without one of their best players. Edmond Sumner—a redshirt sophomore point guard—was averaging 15 points, 5 assists and 4.3 rebounds per game for the Musketeers before he went down in January with a torn ACL. Show More Summary

March Madness Continues in April

The first quarter of 2017 has certainly been a busy month here in the Phoenix area. With spring training and the Final Four to solid economic growth via more new job announcements, things have been hopping. Of course, we also saw a nice increase in home sales here in the valley, which is great for us […] Originally posted on Phoenix Real Estate Guy. Show More Summary

San Francisco is mad that Lyft Shuttle is basically a bus service

Back in March, we heard about Lyft’s plans to run a fixed-route shared ride service called Shuttle, starting with trials in a couple of US cities. It’s now kicked off in San Francisco, and it doesn’t sound like everyone’s warming upShow More Summary

Betting on Freedom: The Federal Ban on States Legalizing Sports Gambling

Have you ever played fantasy sports for money? Have you ever participated in your office March Madness pool? Well, if you did, you may have broken federal law, which is quite ridiculous. If you’ve bet on your local jai alai match, though,...Show More Summary

My Paternity Leave Was Not Gratuitous

This Father’s Day, I’ll be thinking back to Thursday, March 16, the opening morning of March Madness. I’d always wanted to watch the games entirely from my couch, and this year, I finally did it. Or, at least, I kind of did it. WhatShow More Summary

IRS joining lottery players in hoping for Powerball win

Why do lottery jackpots seem to grow on already big gambling days? Does God just like tempting all of us with quick riches? In March 2013, a big Powerball jackpot and March Madness coincided. Two months later, Powerball and the Preakness converged. Show More Summary

LeBron James, Cavs teammates were lit at Future's concert

J.R. Smith loves “March Madness.” LeBron James, J.R. Smith, and a few other Cleveland Cavaliers players were extremely lit at the Future concert in Cleveland on Saturday. There are some real perks to beating the Boston Celtics in just five games. Show More Summary

EVERYTHING SEEMINGLY IS SPINNING OUT OF CONTROL: Madness on the March in Indonesia, Harvard and Clem…

EVERYTHING SEEMINGLY IS SPINNING OUT OF CONTROL: Madness on the March in Indonesia, Harvard and Clemson. (Classical reference in headline.)

University of Dayton plans $172 million in arena renovations

The University of Dayton is planning $172 million in updates to its arena, which is used for the pair of March Madness play-in games known as the First Four        

How Come No One Invited Me to the March For Science? by a Mad Scientist

3 months agoHumor : Funny or Die

How Come No One Invited Me to the Mar... The march for science should include all types of science. Submitted by: ZZ Grunnings Regular Keywords: science march scientist climate change vaccines Views: 354

Nintendo ‘Switches’ up the console ad-spending charts

3 months agoTechnology : Venture Beat

GUEST: This biggest winner during March Madness might be Nintendo. After a gangbusters February for industry spending, gaming brands took it down a notch during March — although many took advantage of sports programming like the NCAA Tournament and the NBA to reach an engaged, male-skewing audience. In total, 33 brands spent an estimated $59.3 million running 92 […]

Southland native J.J. Spaun has been an early riser in his PGA Tour rookie season

A couple of strong showings on the West Coast Swing put J.J. Spaun on the short list of PGA Tour rookies to watch this season. Through the Shell Houston Open at the end of March, Spaun was 60th in the FedEx Cup standings and had made 10 of 15 cuts. The former San Dimas High […]

Let's Reconsider That Rachel Maddow Segment On Trump's Taxes That Everyone Hated

3 months agoNews : Huffington Post

On March 14 MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow took to the airwaves and presented an hour-long segment on two pages of President Donald Trump’s 2005 tax returns. Those documents, obtained by journalist David Cay Johnston, revealed that Trump made...Show More Summary

Nevada gambling revenue jumps almost 7.5 percent in March

The madness created by college basketball betting in Nevada is among the factors that led to a lucrative March for casinos statewide. The Nevada Gaming Control Board reported Wednesday that … Click to Continue »

A Sports-Inspired Exhibit That’s Not Quite a Slam Dunk

3 months agoArts : Hyperallergic

March Madness at Fort Gansevoort cleverly presents the appurtenances of sports: the equipment, trophies, and objects that adorn athletic bodies. The post A Sports-Inspired Exhibit That’s Not Quite a Slam Dunk appeared first on Hyperallergic.

Science Rallies Around World Draw Thousands

Kathryn Oakes Hall pinned a sign to the back of her T-shirt as she made her way to the march in Santa Fe, New Mexico: "Nine months pregnant, so mad I'm here." "I'd rather be sitting on the couch," she said. But she marched anyway because she worried about her baby's future in a world that seems to consider science disposable. Show More Summary

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