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Man shot and killed near South L.A. supermarket

A 28-year-old man was shot and killed Thursday in an alley next to a South Los Angeles supermarket, police said. The shooting was reported just before 4 p.m. near the Smart & Final store at Crenshaw Boulevard and 29th Street, Los Angeles Police Officer Tony Im said. The man was pronounced dead...

“48 Hours” delves into the case files of the real-life NCIS

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The agents and investigators of the Naval Criminal Investigative Service will reveal how they track killers, crack fraud cases, and how they hunt terrorists using street smarts and technology -- the cases they can't forget

Street Smart: Savannah’s Broughton Street

Ongoing streetscape and redevelopment projects have prioritized historic preservation, and because the old has graciously welcomed the new, the best of Savannah still shines through.

How AI in cars will affect the environment

GUEST: Tech advancements have been making life easier for years now — especially on the road. From apps that save driving time to smart streets that track available parking, computer programs are helping streamline transit like never before. And now, thanks to ongoing developments in machine learning, artificial intelligence (AI) is taking convenient travel one step further. […]

Deals: Navigate The Right Way With This Smart Phone Car Mount

From helping us navigate the streets to blasting our favorite traffic-busting music, our phones play a big role in our day-to-day commutes. But fiddling with your smartphone while you're driving isn't safe. That's why the folks at ARMOR-X created the One-Lock Air Vent Car Mount. More »      

No Need for Sainthood: On Grace Paley’s Enduring Humanity

Paley paved a path for others to follow, even if no one could match her unique blend of urban wit, street smarts, and tensile sentences. The post No Need for Sainthood: On Grace Paley’s Enduring Humanity appeared first on The Millio...

Jazz Hands, Bass Face and My New Way of Saying “I Don’t Drink”…

I was at a house party Saturday night in Flint: the plus-one of my friend Annie. The party took place on a quiet street near the Cultural Center. A selection of Flint’s intelligentsia gathered in one of those smart, well traveled homes...Show More Summary

The Trump administration is judging itself on the wrong market

US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin has said stock prices are a good barometer of success for a presidency. He may have been looking at the wrong market. Many on Wall Street tend to look at Treasury bonds as the “smart money” when it comes to predicting the future of the economy, because there are fewer retail investors than in the stock market. Show More Summary

This Refugee Developed Smart Jewelry To Protect Women From Assault

"Since the election, there've been a lot of Muslim women, and people who are LGBT, and people of color, who've been reaching out to try to get the device as soon as possible out of concern from street harassment," said Yasmine Mustafa, CEO of Roar for Good.

Gorsuch seen by many as smart, modest nominee for high court

It's poker night in a row house on Cranham Street, Oxford, England, and Neil Gorsuch, studying for yet another degree, is feeling down. His housemates decide that what Gorsuch needs … Click to Continue »

Jimmy Breslin, Chronicler and Wise Guy, Dies

Jimmy Breslin, the Pulitzer Prize-winning chronicler of wise guys and underdogs who became the brash embodiment of the old-time, street smart New Yorker, died Sunday at 88 of complications of pneumonia, reports the AP. Breslin was a fixture for decades in New York journalism, notably with the New York Daily...

Jimmy Breslin, chronicler of wise guys and underdogs, dies

Author-columnist Jimmy Breslin, the Pulitzer Prize-winning chronicler of wise guys and underdogs who became the brash embodiment of the old-time, street smart New Yorker, dies Sunday. He was 87. Breslin … Click to Continue »

Steve 'Big Short' Eisman: Smart, Lucky, Abrasive (& Now One Of Them)

Authored by Jim Quinn via The Burning Platform blog, I loved Michael Lewis’ book – The Big Short – about the 2008 Wall Street created global financial catastrophe, that is still impacting the little guys on Main Street eight years after it was supposedly resolved by Paulson, Bernanke and Obama. Show More Summary

High School security guard teaches street smarts

Essential Education: Trump's budget plans would take money from California schools March 17, 2017, 9:15 a.m. Welcome to Essential Education, our daily look at education in California and beyond. Here's the latest:President Donald Trump's budget proposal would slash some federal education programs,...

A Brutal Killer and A Smart Businessman: Everyday Photos of Bugsy Siegel from the Peak to the Death

Jewish American infamous mobster Benjamin “Bugsy” Siegel was born on February 28, 1906 in New York. From his early days as a street thug, he rose to become a feared crime boss, bookmaker and Hollywood playboy who conspired with the likes...Show More Summary

CA: Solution at Hand for Downtown San Rafael SMART Traffic Concerns

Bus stops will not be moved to downtown San Rafael streets as the city's transit center is altered to allow SMART train service to continue to Larkspur, officials said Wednesday.

On the Street…Style Role Model, Milan

  So many young women I know are inspired by Renata!   I think she’s a pretty smart choice as a role model!

GA: City Commission to Consider "Smart Growth" Ordinance

The Brunswick City Commission will consider approval, of a "Complete Streets" Ordinance at its meeting today that would require transportation related projects to include pedestrian and bicycle traffic in their design schemes.

New Residences at Pine & Polk

The Austin San Francisco condominium residences are a collection of smartly designed studio to two-bedrooms from the $600,000s. Sales Center 1557 Pine Street | 415-409-1545

Reconnecting with an old friend on Facebook. Or not.

When I was a little, there was this older kid that lived down the street, and he was shunned by all the other kids. He was shunned because he went to a special school for smart kids. Most everyone else went to either the local Catholic school (as did I) or the public school several…

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