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Climate change and California’s water supply

California, as everyone knows, receives virtually all of its precipitation during a few fall and winter months and in 2019, some early rain and snow storms promised a bountiful water year. This year, Mother Nature kept that promise in Southern California, where precipitation is running at or above the normal, but Northern California — far more important from a water supply standpoint — has been a different story. The north has seen almost no precipitation since Christmas, the all-important Sierr...
Tags: California, Opinion, US, Sacramento River, Sport, Soccer, Delta, Tracy, Jerry Brown, Sierra, Arctic Ocean, Mother Nature, Gavin Newsom, Southern California, Northern California, John Phillips


My Trip to Vietnam, Singapore, and Qatar

For three weeks in late January and early February, I travelled to Asia, spending two weeks in Saigon, a few days in Singapore, and about 48 hours in Doha, Qatar. Here are some of the things I saw and did and ate. Note: this is a long post, maybe the longest thing I’ve posted here in many years. But I think it’s a quick read — pack a snack, stay hydrated, and you’ll be alright. Saigon, Vietnam I flew to Saigon via Doha on Qatar Airways. On my seatback screen, I watched the flight map as we...
Tags: Asia, New York, Mexico, Saudi Arabia, China, Iraq, Berlin, Singapore, John Lennon, US, America, Qatar, Turkey, United States, Wes Anderson, Mexico City


Four Suspects Arrested For Organized Retail Crime In Manteca

MANTECA (CBS13) — Four people were arrested last week as part of the Manteca Police Department’s organized retail crime enforcement. The police department said a detective was on patrol near JC Penney on Feb. 18 when he became aware of possible theft. READ ALSO: 2 Arrested In Connection To Organized Retail Crime Ring In Manteca Detective Brown caught Vivan Jasmine Aria, 30, running from the store with merchandise. Aria and three other individuals, 23-year-old Patrick Isaac Estrada, 19-year-old J...
Tags: Crime, News, Local, Manteca, Jc Penney, Brown, Manteca Police Department, Manteca News, Vivan Jasmine Aria, Patrick Isaac Estrada, Jose Luis Quiroz Jr, Aliyah Marie Lewis Bation


Big data could yield big discoveries in archaeology, Brown scholar says

Parker VanValkenburgh, an assistant professor of anthropology, curated a journal issue that explores the opportunities and challenges big data could bring to the field of archaeology.
Tags: Science, Brown, Parker VanValkenburgh


How much is Antonio Brown worth?

Scandal-embroiled NFL free agent Antonio Brown was once one of the “world's highest-paid athletes” and ranked among Forbes' 30 under 30. But 2019, and even so far in 2020, has not been kind to the wide receiver, who was at one time the highest-paid NFL athlete to play that position, Forbes reported. Brown, 31, was the 24th highest-paid athlete, globally, in 2017, when he was worth an estimated $31.9 million, according to the outlet.
Tags: News, NFL, Forbes, Antonio Brown, Brown


Pickleball craze grows in N.B. — even though many people haven't heard of it

When Karle Scott wins a point on the pickleball court, he lightly taps his partner's paddle with his. Scott is turning 80 this summer. But when he scurries up and down the court chasing after a bright orange ball — you'd never know it. "It gives me a reason to get up in the morning," he said, while taking a break from playing at the Currie Center in Fredericton."I look forward to it every day."When he was younger, Scott often played hockey, baseball and badminton.About three years ago,...
Tags: Florida, News, New Brunswick, North America, Briggs, Scott, Brown, Fredericton, Pritchard, NB Power, Dawna, RICK BROWN, Pickleball, Karle Scott, Currie Center, Nackawic High School


McDavid shines in return from injury, Oilers hold off Kings

LOS ANGELES — The Edmonton Oilers added one key player with the return of Connor McDavid on Sunday night after he missed six games with a quad injury. Then they picked up another, trading for veteran defenseman Mike Green from Detroit. McDavid gave Edmonton a boost with a goal and two assists in a 4-2 win over the Los Angeles Kings, then turned his attention to the Oilers’ addition on the blue line. “It’s exciting. I’ve been on the other side where you’re losing friends to trade and all that, so...
Tags: Sports, Los Angeles, Sport, Green, Soccer, Kings, Nashville, Vancouver, NHL, Pacific, Edmonton, Jones, Anaheim Ducks, Dustin Brown, Los Angeles Kings, Mike Smith


Whicker: Kobe Bryant and the triumph of clarity

One hopes Monday is an uncloudy day. It is Kobe Bryant’s final sellout at Staples Center. No one was more clear. He knew where he was and where he wanted to get, and there was nothing but blue sky in between. Doubt and hesitation and, especially, distraction dared not enter his world. He was blessed with a mother lode of talent and smarts, and yet he refused to trust them. The gift that he left us was clarity. That, more than anything, prompted the massive arboretum that spread throughout L.A. L...
Tags: Australia, Sports, Sport, Beijing, Soccer, Gigi, Nba, Mike Brown, Kobe Bryant, Orange County, Magic Johnson, Turner, Bologna, Lakers, Southern California, Brown


Why can’t California create viable national leaders anymore?

Once upon a time, Hollywood and California seemed to be leading the country, for better or worse, with outsized public figures and sometimes compelling, or at least entertaining, ideas. California politicians like Richard Nixon and Ronald Reagan achieved national power, establishing the primary strands of conservative thought. California’s liberals were less successful, but at least they were influential. Jerry Brown never made it to the White House — he would have been our first Zen president —...
Tags: New York, Hollywood, California, Opinion, White House, Sacramento, America, Los Angeles, Reagan, Sport, Soccer, Gop, Ronald Reagan, New Hampshire, New York Times, Larry Ellison


Gordon Brown: Scotland risks becoming one of west’s most divided countries

Former PM makes claim after YouGov poll suggested only 16% believe country is unitedGordon Brown has claimed that Scotland is at risk of becoming “one of the west’s most divided countries”.The former prime minister made the claim after a YouGov poll of 2,500 Scots suggested that only 16% believe the country is united. Continue reading...
Tags: Europe, Politics, Scotland, European Union, UK News, Foreign Policy, Yougov, Gordon Brown, Brexit, Brown, Scots


Sherrod Brown Emphasizes Differences Between Democratic Candidates, Donald Trump

No matter who wins the nomination among Democrats running for president, one prominent Ohio Democrat believes it will all come down to highlighting contrasts for people. Sherrod Brown says once the candidates stop fighting each other for the party nod, they can start pointing out that President Trump is working to undo all the things Democrats stand for—such as overtime pay for workers and expanded medical coverage for people in need. Brown decided not to make a run for president himself. He has...
Tags: Congress, Ohio, Justice Department, Trump, Brown, Roger Stone, Sherrod Brown


A strange bedfellows alliance on bail reform repeal in California

Senate Bill 10, passed by the Legislature and signed by then-Gov. Jerry Brown in 2018, violated one of the unwritten rules of making public policy in California. The measure, one of several criminal justice reforms championed by Brown during his second governorship, would eliminate cash bail for those accused of crimes in favor of a new “risk assessment” program. Criminal justice reformers have clamored for years to eliminate cash bail, saying it discriminates against poor defendants who lack th...
Tags: New York, California, Opinion, Senate, Sacramento, America, San Francisco, Sport, Soccer, Farmers, Bill, Jerry Brown, Bernie Sanders, Brown, Capitol, Legislature


Ex-Journey frontman’s Perry’s LA court battle ends in settlement

By FRED SHUSTER, City News Service Former Journey frontman Steve Perry’s court battle with a former collaborator over unreleased demo recordings ended with a settlement on Tuesday, Feb. 18 after a Los Angeles federal judge asked the pair to go into a conference room and come out with a resolution. U.S. District Judge John F. Walter said he didn’t stop believing that the two-year-old federal civil complaint could be resolved if the parties would simply agree to talk it out. “It’s in nobody’s inte...
Tags: Facebook, Business, Music, News, La, Los Angeles, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Courts, Cher, Phil Brown, Walter, Brown, Perry, Steve Perry


How Much of Your Happiness Is Under Your Control?

Do you know the happiness pie chart? If you’ve read a book or listened to a talk about happiness in the past 15 years, there’s a good chance you heard that 50 percent of our happiness is determined by our genes, 40 percent by our activities, and 10 percent by our life circumstances. Neat and tidy, the pie chart—originally proposed in a 2005 paper by researchers Sonja Lyubomirsky, Kennon M. Sheldon, and David Schkade—painted a clear picture of what contributes to our well-being. Unfortunately fo...
Tags: Parenting, Brown, Sheldon, George Mason University, University of Leipzig, University of Groningen, Todd Kashdan, Lyubomirsky, Rohrer, Nicholas Brown, Kashdan, Sonja Lyubomirsky Kennon M Sheldon, David Schkade, Julia M Rohrer


‘Velocity’ Puts Spotlight on Kane Brown as Subject of Amazon Music’s Fifth Mini-Doc

For the fifth entry in its line of mini-documentaries, Amazon Music is putting the spotlight on Kane Brown with a behind-the-scenes look at the young country star that will arrive Thursday, accompanied by a live EP. “Velocity” captures moments leading up to Brown’s headlining appearance at L.A.’s Staples Center Jan. 9, with his wife, managers, […]
Tags: News, Amazon Music, Brown, Kane Brown, Subject of Amazon Music


GRANULATING OR GENUINE COLORS

Do you ever wonder how the colors get named?  Who names them?  Is there a special department just for coming up with interesting names for new colors? Why Lunar Red Rock and not just Red Rock? Why Lunar Earth and not just Earth Brown? And why Goethite?? Hmmmm... Wouldn’t it be a great job to be the one (or one in a group) to come up with new color names for Daniel Smith or Winsor Newton or Holbein or...? [Author: RH Carpenter]
Tags: Art, Daniel Smith, Rh Carpenter, Brown, Holbein, Goethite


Newsom’s spending more, saving less

When Jerry Brown returned to the governorship in 2011, he faced what he called a “wall of debt” from years of severe economic recession and deficit-riddled state budgets. Accordingly, he made paying off that debt, more than $30 billion, and armoring the budget against future recessions his top priority. Brown persuaded voters to approve what was supposed to be a temporary tax increase, mostly higher income taxes on the affluent, and later a “rainy day fund” that would cushion the effects of rece...
Tags: California, Opinion, Washington, US, Sport, Soccer, Jerry Brown, Donald Trump, Gavin Newsom, Democratic Party, Brown, Capitol, Legislature, Dan Walters, Newsom, Petek


Antonio Brown plans to talk to teams at NFL combine to get back into the league

The 31-year-old Brown appeared in just one game last season due to both behavior and off-the-field issues. After the New England Patriots cut Brown in September, no other team picked him up, casting doubt on his NFL future. Over his first nine seasons in the NFL, Brown emerged as the best receiver in football.
Tags: News, NFL, New England Patriots, Antonio Brown, Brown, NFL Brown


Brown wins fifth straight game behind Anderson's 31 points

Brandon Anderson scored 31 points as Brown defeated Penn 75-63 on Friday night. Zach Hunsaker had 21 points for Brown (12-8, 5-2 Ivy League), which earned its fifth consecutive victory. Jaylan Gainey added 12 rebounds.
Tags: News, Basketball, Ivy League, Anderson, Penn, Brown, Brandon Anderson, Zach Hunsaker, Jaylan Gainey


Antonio Brown: “I haven’t done anything that bad”

Antonio Brown is continuing to make his case that he belongs back in the NFL, and he's also denying that he ever should have been out. Brown appeared on the syndicated radio show The Breakfast Club and said he's getting a bad rap. I feel like I've just been doing what's best for me,” Brown said.
Tags: News, NFL, Antonio Brown, Brown, Breakfast Club


A Former Owner of Newsweek Pleads Guilty in a Fraud Scheme

A Manhattan investigation had led to charges against Etienne Uzac, who co-owned IBT Media, and another media executive.
Tags: News, Magazines, Manhattan, Brown, Calif, Newsweek, Tina, Etienne, Daily Beast, The, Etienne Uzac, IBT Media, Uzac, Olivet University (San Francisco, Newsweek Pleads Guilty


California’s Housing Crisis: How a Bureaucrat Pushed to Build

When California’s housing crisis slammed into a wealthy suburb, one public servant became a convert to a radically simple doctrine.
Tags: News, California, Income Inequality, Suburbs, Affordable Housing, Brown, Renting and Leasing (Real Estate, Real Estate and Housing (Residential, San Francisco (Calif, San Francisco Bay Area (Calif, Homeless Persons, Area Planning and Renewal, Edmund G Jr, Lafayette (Calif


Equality, Diversity and Inclusion – What Can We Agree on and What Can’t We?

I recently attended part of RODA’s 5th Annual Diversity Conference which was entitled Resilience in Challenging Times. I was particularly interested in hearing the panel Building Consensus: The Future of EDI at the LSO. There were four panelists; two from the Stop the SOP slate and two who had been members of the Law Society Challenges Task Force. The context for the panel appeared to me to be intentionally post-Statement of Principles, to address questions beyond the debate about compelled spee...
Tags: Amazon, Law, Toronto, Harvard, Canada, United States, Quebec, Legal Ethics, Ottawa, Ontario, Brown, Allen, Daniel Kahneman, Loyola High School, Supreme Court of Canada, Kahneman


Outfit Formula: Mustard Magic

This post is for Team Mustard. It’s been ages since we saw earth tones make a trendy statement, so I’m all for seeing them bask in their glory on those who enjoy wearing the shades. On to some fun mustard looks.  1. Mustard, Cinnamon, Oats and Cream This outfit combines four earth tones in trendy silhouettes, and the result is smashing. Pair a cream top and cinnamon pants. These wide legs are at the fashionable shorter full length with flats. Feel free to throw in a cinnamon skirt instead. Add...
Tags: Fashion, Brown, Formulas, Mustard Cinnamon Oats, Mustard Top Blue Jeans, Mustard White


Celtics' Jaylen Brown (calf) to miss Thursday's game against Clippers

After falling to the Houston Rockets 116-105 on Tuesday, the Boston Celtics will be without Jaylen Brown against the Los Angeles Clippers on Thursday. Brown is dealing with a calf injury after notching 19 points through 33 minutes of game action against the Rockets. The 23-year-old will be a big loss for the C's against the Clippers -- especially since LA sits third in the Western Conference with a 37-17 record.
Tags: News, La, Houston Rockets, Boston Celtics, Los Angeles Clippers, Brown, Clippers, Jaylen Brown


James Brown died in 2006. Now an Atlanta prosecutor is looking into it

The county's chief prosecutor will examine singer James Brown's death after meeting Wednesday with a woman who said she has evidence that Brown was murdered.
Tags: Atlanta, Cnn, James Brown, Brown


From Elon Musk to Tim Cook, here's where the world's most influential tech founders and CEOs went to college — and what they studied

College is where many figure out what they're actually interested in and determine the career they want to pursue. We researched the degrees and schools attended by well-known tech CEOs, many of whom launched their companies or landed on the idea for their first startup while studying at college. Here's where 52 CEOs and founders in the tech industry went to school, and what they studied. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. For new college students, choosing a major can feel l...
Tags: Apple, Google, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Europe, Elon Musk, Cook, Sweden, Maryland, Microsoft, Yahoo, Mba, Stanford, India, Satya Nadella, Trends


Colin Kaepernick to Release Memoir in 2020, Inks Multi-Project Deal With Audible

Colin Kaepernick is publishing a memoir this year. The activist and former San Francisco 49ers quarterback announced plans to release the book through Kaepernick Publishing, his own newly launched publishing company that is meant to “reinforce the importance of Black ownership” and “give power to Black and Brown voices globally, offering unprecedented ownership options to […]
Tags: News, San Francisco 49ers, Colin Kaepernick, Brown, Audible, Kaepernick Publishing


A capsule look at teams entered in the Canadian women's curling championship

A team-by-team look at the field for the 2020 Canadian women's curling championship including skip, teammates, home club, background information and ranking:___Team CanadaSkip: Chelsea CareyTeammates: Sarah Wilkes (third), Dana Ferguson (second), Rachel Brown (lead)Home Club: The Glencoe Club (Calgary)Background: Carey is looking for her third national title as skip and second straight with her current team.CTRS Ranking: No. 5___Team AlbertaSkip: Laura WalkerTeammates: Kate Cameron (third),...
Tags: News, Canada, Chelsea, Sydney, Newfoundland, Vancouver, Nova Scotia, Jones, Hamilton, Saskatchewan, Ontario, Manitoba, Brown, Baldwin, Walker, Lawton


How We Connect (and Why We Might Not)

When we're engaged with others in any setting--on a team in our professional lives, in a learning environment like a classroom or a T-group [1], and even with our friends and family at home--we have the ability to connect with those around us across the dimensions of space and time. In space, there is the HERE of our immediate community, as well as the THERE of the other communities of which we are (or have been) members. In time, there is the NOW of our current experience, as well as the T...
Tags: Leadership, Communication, Sigmund Freud, Freud, Brene Brown, Brown, Harvard Business School, Edbatista, Amy Edmondson, Martha Lagace, Amy Edmondson Harvard Business School, Startups Conditions for Group Effectiveness, RSB- Group Psychology, Vanessa Urch Druskat, Steven B Wolff, Barney Moss Yay Flickr