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Before their UCLA Final Four run, they crossed paths as prep stars in Southern California

One of Johnny Juzang’s last high school basketball games at Harvard-Westlake High was against Santa Margarita High in the CIF Southern Section Division 1 semifinals. The Wolverines lost 50-45 that night in February 2019. Juzang scored 19 points, but so did Santa Margarita standout Jake Kyman, who was already signed to play for UCLA at the time. Little did they know that just a couple years later, they’d be teammates on a magical Final Four run. But not before Kyman went on to lead the Eagles to ...
Tags: London, California, Kentucky, Sports, Alabama, Sport, Soccer, Nba, College sports, Ncaa, Darren Collison, Smith, Ventura County, Oregon State, Montgomery, High School Sports


City on a Hill Season 2 Trailer Teases March Premiere

City on a Hill Season 2 Trailer Teases March Premiere Showtime has released the official trailer for the upcoming second season of their crime drama series City on a Hill, featuring Kevin Bacon’s Jackie Rhodes and Aldis Hodge’s Decourcy Ward as they continue their rivalry. The series is scheduled to make its return on Sunday, March 28, 2021. Check out the video in the player below! Season 2 features the return of corrupt FBI agent Jackie Rohr, who is looking to exploit Boston’s criminal just...
Tags: Video, TV, Movies, Boston, Ben Affleck, Matt Damon, Fbi, Brooklyn, Showtime, TV News, Kevin Bacon, Gillian Anderson, Bacon, Dexter, MacLean, Tony Award


Here is our first Kentucky Derby Super Six of 2021

I’m kind of proud of the fact that I had Authentic ranked No. 5 when I debuted my 2020 Kentucky Derby Super Six more than a year ago. Of course, he went on to win the Kentucky Derby and the Breeders’ Cup Classic, along with being named Horse of the Year. Now, I won’t bore you with the four horses I ranked ahead of Authentic. That’s all water under the bridge, right? OK, OK. I’ll tell you. After all, transparency is high on my list. I’m embarrassed to reveal my top four Derby contenders on Jan. 1...
Tags: Law, Sports, Sport, Soccer, Horse racing, Spielberg, Jackie, Kentucky Derby, Mike Smith, Wilson, Don, Neill, Rosario, Keeneland, Gulfstream, MacLean


Trudeau Shopping cart be like

MacLean's article Canada’s response to Covid is now ranked 61st out of 98 countries. We are behind... [This is a content summary only. Click the Title to see the full content] [Author: Unknown]
Tags: Canada, Humor, Unknown, MacLean, Trudeau Shopping


Wednesday: What’s Hot on CanLII

Each Wednesday we tell you which three English-language cases and which French-language case have been the most viewed* on CanLII and we give you a small sense of what the cases are about. For this last week: 1. Canada (Minister of Citizenship and Immigration) v. Vavilov, 2019 SCC 65 [1] This appeal and its companion cases (see Bell Canada v. Canada (Attorney General), 2019 SCC 66 (CanLII)), provide this Court with an opportunity to re-examine its approach to judicial review of administrative de...
Tags: Law, Immigration, Court, Canada, New Brunswick, Alberta, Dunsmuir, MacLean, SCC, Bell Canada, Wednesday: What's Hot on CanLII, Ontario Inc, Pet Valu Canada Inc, ABQB, Imperial Tobacco Canada, Altius Royalty Corporation


Here’s an early triple play for Kentucky Derby consideration

It’s still 120 days until this year’s Kentucky Derby, assuming its run as scheduled May 1, but it’s never too early for us handicappers to look ahead at who might find the winner’s circle at Churchill Downs. We won’t unveil our first Kentucky Derby Super Six until later this month, but there are a trio of sophomore colts who warrant Derby watchers’ attention this week. Here’s our early preferred list of Kentucky Derby contenders: Essential Quality The Tapit colt is number one on many lists aft...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Derby, Horse racing, Road, Jackie, Churchill, Godolphin, Bell, Kentucky Derby, Wilson, Brad, Pharoah, Bob Baffert, Keeneland


The True Value Of An Arts Degree

A recent graduate says of her art history, cultural analysis, and other classes, “Being able to take these topics seriously and giving them the same attention and weight as things such as 18th-century philosophy taught me so much more about our communities, what we value, what we enjoy and whom we pay attention to.” – Maclean’s (Canada)
Tags: Art, Ideas, MacLean, 11.27.20


Breeders’ Cup notes: All eyes on Jackie’s Warrior in Juvenile

Jackie’s Warrior is the 7-5 morning-line favorite for Friday’s $2 million Breeders’ Cup Juvenile at Keeneland Race Course, and for good reason. The Maclean’s Music colt has won all four of his races by a combined 13 1/4 lengths, including a pair of Grade I stakes – the Champagne at Belmont and the Hopeful at Saratoga. But Dennis’ Moment was highly touted heading into last year’s Breeders’ Cup at Santa Anita, and he broke poorly and finished last. Plus, Jackie’s Warrior has never raced around two...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Sprint, Roy, Horse racing, Jackie, United, Breeders' Cup, Belmont, Miller, Rosario, MacLean, Hall of Famer, Saratoga, Michael McCarthy


Breeders’ Cup notebook: Fever knocks Vekoma out of Sprint, possibly off to stud

Vekoma, the 3-1 morning-line favorite in Saturday’s Breeders’ Cup Sprint at Keeneland Race Course, was scratched Wednesday morning after the 4-year-old son of Candy Ride spiked a fever Tuesday night. The George Weaver-trained colt was unbeaten in three starts this year, including victories in a pair of Grade I stakes – the Carter Handicap and the Met Mile – at Belmont Park. He’d won his three starts this year by a combined 12 1/4 lengths. “He shipped down early Tuesday morning, we took him out t...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Sprint, Horse racing, Jackie, Breeders' Cup, Kentucky Derby, Bob Baffert, Keeneland, Weaver, MacLean, Saratoga, Michael McCarthy, Baffert, Belmont Park


Tiz the Law might benefit from Breeders’ Cup Classic being at Keeneland

Barclay Tagg, the trainer for Tiz the Law, is happy this weekend’s Breeders’ Cup will be held at Keeneland Race Course in Lexington, Ky., and not Churchill Downs. Tiz the Law, installed as the 3-1 second choice on the morning line for Saturday’s $6 million Classic, has lost only twice in eight career starts and both defeats came at Churchill Downs.The most disappointing loss was his runner-up finish behind Authentic in the Kentucky Derby on Sept. 5. “He beat 14 or 15 other top 3-year-olds in the...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Horse racing, Jack, Jackie, Usc, Kentucky Derby, Alexander, Tom, Tagg, Lexington KY, Bob Baffert, Keeneland, NBCSN, MacLean


Neil Young Appears On 78-Year-Old Brother Bob’s Debut Single

One perk of having a rock star for a brother is that when you decide to release your debut single at age 78, people pay attention. Such is the case with Neil Young's brother Bob -- author of the 1971 Maclean's article "My Brother The Folk Singer" -- who has just released a … More »
Tags: Music, Neil Young, Bob, MacLean, Bob Young, Daryl Hannah, Adam CK Vollick, Young Bob & The Peterboroughs


Paul MacLean hired as an assistant coach

This one came a little out of left field: The Toronto Maple Leafs have filled out their coaching staff with the hiring of former Ottawa Senators head coach and Jack Adams winner Paul MacLean. Many might have assumed if a MacLean was getting an assistant coach’s role on Keefe’s bench, it would be Paul’s son, […] The post Paul MacLean hired as an assistant coach appeared first on Maple Leafs Hotstove.
Tags: Sport, Toronto Maple Leafs, Ottawa Senators, PAUL, Paul MacLean, MacLean, Keefe, Jack Adams, Leafs News


Which Was Better: The Movie Or The Book? A Debate For The Ages. Here’s TPM’s June Reading Recs

I’ve come to the conclusion that the outside is overrated. There, I said it. I know it’s June and I know summer is just getting started, but why spend your days sweating it out in the humid, hazy outdoors when you can be inside with the A/C pumping? I’m a homebody, so maybe that’s what’s underlying my opinion here. Like I said, it’s June, and despite my love of cool, filtered air, I do hate that we’re still in the same place as we were last month. Silver lining: we do have a new book list for...
Tags: Hbo, England, New York, News, California, Stephen King, Disney, America, Los Angeles, Tom Hanks, Dame Maggie Smith, New York Times, Italy, Moscow, Jane Austen, Harry Potter


Maple Leafs News & Rumors: Crazy Ideas, Pietrangelo, Coach & Gardiner

You don’t have to be a Toronto Maple Leafs fan to wonder what’s happening with the 2019-20 season. Will there be a resumption of the regular season? Will we jump right into a Stanley Cup playoff format? Will games be played in empty arenas? Will NHL hockey players think the medical risk too high and decide not to play? What’s likely to happen? Related: Maple Leafs Should Try to Sign Rielly Early On Sunday morning May 17, Mark Norman of Leafs Nation reported that ideas of a 22 or 24-team St...
Tags: Minnesota, Toronto, Sport, Maxwell, Hockey, NHL, Norman, Minnesota Wild, Maple Leafs, Toronto Maple Leafs, Gary Bettman, Bruce Boudreau, Elliot, Marlies, Andersen, Alex Pietrangelo


Ron MacLean Discusses the Past, Present & Future for the NHL

When you have been covering the game of hockey for four decades, there is very little you have yet to experience. But for Ron MacLean, and the rest of the hockey world, what is happening now across the globe is uncharted territory. The veteran Sportsnet broadcaster is like the rest of us; trying to keep busy and in good spirits, while we navigate through these trying times. When I answered my phone on Tuesday afternoon, a very familiar voice said hello on the other end and introduced himself....
Tags: Time, America, Sport, Canada, Michael Jordan, Nba, Espn, Jordan, Hockey, NHL, Lindsey Vonn, Chicago Bulls, Gordie Howe, Wayne, Connor McDavid, McLean


A Father’s Love, Whether He Says Too Much or Not Enough

In “A River Runs Through It,” a loving patriarch can’t find the words to rescue his wayward boy. Years later, another dad sees words as the best way to help his son.
Tags: Movies, News, Norman, MacLean, Families and Family Life, Quarantine (Life and Culture, A River Runs Through It (Movie


Ottawa Senators’ Coaching History

Ever since the Ottawa Senators entered the NHL, they have had many head coaches. Far more than should be expected for a team that is barely 25 years old. In total, the franchise has had 13 coaches in their history, from their first coach in 1992-93 to their current man behind the bench. On average, the Sens have had a new coach every two seasons. The longest-tenured, and winningest coach was only behind the bench for eight seasons. With the long list of coaches, the Senators have had quite a...
Tags: Sport, Canada, Cameron, Gm, Detroit Red Wings, Penguins, AHL, Hockey, NHL, Montreal, Smith, Detroit, San Jose Sharks, Ducks, New York Rangers, Anderson


The At Home Interview

from Cathal Kelly of the Globe and Mail, The other day, Ron MacLean had one of these home-studio chats with NHL commissioner Gary Bettman. Each man was propped in front of a laptop in their comfiest “I haven’t given up yet” outfit. Though this wasn’t meant to be a fight, whatever it was was unfair. MacLean has the advantage of understanding how television works. The camera was angled above him, lengthening him. The lighting was soft. He did the interview whilst sitting in a book-l...
Tags: Sport, Marriott, NHL, Cleveland, Jorge Luis Borges, Gary Bettman, MacLean, Bettman, Courtyard Marriott, Ron MacLean, Cathal Kelly of the Globe


The Relationship Between Law, Private Enforcement, Social Pressure and “Snitching”

As it has with so many of our regular practices, the coronavirus crisis has highlighted or brought to the fore the advantages and disadvantages of the relationship between the law, private enforcement, social pressure and “snitching” in enforcing desirable social practices. Law requires legislation, regulation or by-laws, whether in public or private contexts. Private enforcement means a private actor downloads requirements to those using its services. Social pressure may work through personal ...
Tags: Law, Congress, Germany, New York City, US, Toronto, Joe Biden, Ukraine, Canada, Bill De Blasio, Globe, De Blasio, Gerson, Ontario, Trump, Don


The Good & the Bad: The Columbus Blue Jackets Under GM Scott Howson

Scott Howson was hired as the general manager of the Columbus Blue Jackets on June 15, 2007. He held the job until being unceremoniously fired on February 12, 2013. He came to the job with experience. He had served as GM for the AHL affiliates of the Edmonton Oilers for several years and as assistant GM for the parent club from 2002 until 2007. He returned to the Oilers organization after his tenure with Columbus, serving as a scout, Senior Vice President of Hockey Operations and Director, P...
Tags: Florida, New York, Boston, Toronto, Atlanta, Sport, Gm, Rangers, Nashville, Ohio, Espn, AHL, Hockey, NHL, Dublin, Johnson


Devils’ Top 10 Goal Scorers of All-Time

The New Jersey Devils have had more than a few Hall of Fame-caliber players come and go over the years. Most people will associate greats like goaltender Martin Brodeur or defensemen Scott Stevens and Scott Niedermayer with the team. But they’ve also had more than a few high-level scorers who played a hand in shaping the franchise’s history since they relocated to New Jersey from Colorado in 1982. Here are the Devils’ top 10 goal scorers over that time.  1. Patrik Elias — 408 Goals Elias...
Tags: Colorado, Sport, New Jersey, Hockey, NHL, Kansas City, San Jose Sharks, New York Rangers, Chicago Blackhawks, Colorado Rockies, Rockies, Minnesota Wild, New Jersey Devils, Dallas Stars, Montreal Canadiens, Ny Times


Unsigned high school basketball seniors navigating unprecedented challenges during coronavirus pandemic

Support our high school sports coverage by becoming a digital subscriber. Subscribe now. The area’s most notable unsigned high school basketball player is McDonald’s All-American Ziaire Williams of Sierra Canyon, who expects in the coming weeks to make his college decision. The senior’s options include Arizona, North Carolina, Oregon, Stanford and USC. There are several other seniors, however, who don’t have that level of attention and are finding their situations more complex because of the e...
Tags: Montana, Sports, Sport, Soccer, Williams, Idaho, Nba, Ncaa, Birmingham, Santa Clara, Jason, Valencia, Usc, High School Sports, Taft, Jake


Kyle MacLean, Taylor Donaldson named Marmonte League basketball MVPs

Support our high school sports coverage by becoming a digital subscriber. Subscribe now. Westlake boys basketball player Kyle MacLean and Oaks Christian girls basketball player Taylor Donaldson were named Marmonte League MVPs for this season. MacLean averaged a team-high 21.3 points and 6.3 rebounds per game and made a school-record 110 3-pointers. His 660 points this season are a school record. Oaks Christian’s Taylor Donaldson is the Marmonte League MVP for the 2019-20 season. (Photo court...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, High School Sports, Donaldson, Westlake, MacLean, Andrew Wilson, Newbury Park, Bellflower, High School Basketball, Toni Thompson, Bobby Cole, Oaks Christian, Sierra Canyon, Marmonte League


John MacLean: How He Became a Devils Legend

John MacLean became a club legend during his New Jersey Devils career, which included two Stanley Cups — one as a player and one as an assistant coach. The forward helped the Devils, once an underrated relocation franchise, grow into a bona fide NHL contender. John MacLean as the Devils’ head coach, 2010. MacLean was a consistent scorer, recording 347 goals and 701 points as a Devil. He added 31 goals and 75 points in the Stanley Cup playoffs. The Oshawa, Ontario native twice repre...
Tags: Sport, Chicago, New Jersey, Rangers, Detroit Red Wings, AHL, Hockey, NHL, San Jose Sharks, Sharks, New York Rangers, Chicago Blackhawks, Colorado Rockies, New Jersey Devils, Dallas Stars, Tbt


Whicker: John Beilein the latest to learn that NBA, NCAA share little but leather

Nine months ago there was no more respected college basketball coach than John Beilein. Nine months from now you might be able to say the same thing. As of now, Beilein joins the battered list of those entranced, and capsized, by the NBA’s siren song. At 66 he ended his 12-year tour at Michigan to become the coach of the Cleveland Cavaliers. After they lost 40 of 54 games he walked away from the rest of his contract. Beilein and Michigan were in the 2013 and 2018 NCAA championship games. His pla...
Tags: Florida, Minnesota, Washington, Kentucky, Stanford, Sports, West Virginia, Sport, Chicago, Soccer, New Jersey, United Nations, Portland, Nba, Dallas, College sports


Two Tales About the Rule of Law

A recent opinion piece in the National Post by Leonid Sarota and Asher Honickman explained how the rule of law functions: it constrains government and when people perceive it to overstep, they can challenge it; but it also requires individuals to restrain their actions and use the legal sysem and when they are unsuccessful, they must accept it. As they say, “The rule of law does not, by itself, guarantee justice, but without it just laws cannot be upheld and unjust ones peacefully reformed.” Her...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Congress, Washington Post, Washington, Senate, White House, Russia, Toronto, Barack Obama, First Nations, Canada, United States, House, House Of Representatives, Mitch McConnell


Bonnie MacLean, Psychedelic Poster Artist, Is Dead at 80

The posters she made for concerts at the Fillmore in San Francisco helped define the 1960s.
Tags: Art, News, San Francisco, Graham, Posters, MacLean, Deaths (Obituaries, Pop and Rock Music, San Francisco (Calif, Bill (1931-91, Bonnie (1939-2020, Fillmore Auditorium, Bonnie MacLean


February 18 Blu-ray, Digital and DVD Releases

BEGIN SLIDESHOW February 18 Blu-ray, Digital and DVD Releases Welcome to ComingSoon.net’s February 18 Blu-ray, Digital HD and DVD column! We’ve highlighted this week’s releases in detailed write-ups of different titles below! Click each highlighted title to purchase through Amazon! New Movies on Blu-ray/DVD Jojo Rabbit When a lonely German boy (Roman Griffin Davis) finds a Jewish girl hiding in his attic, he must confront his own fanaticism in this darkly funny comedy from writer-dire...
Tags: TV, Movies, Horror, Germany, India, Digital, Tom Hanks, Portugal, Angola, TV News, Cbs, Sherlock Holmes, Arthur Conan Doyle, Mike Nichols, Ruby, Blu-ray


Let’s Catch Up With the Student Who Hilariously Showed Up to Her Microsoft Job Interview a Full Month Early

Job interviews can turn you into a bundle of nerves even when everything goes according to plan. So when something unexpected happens, it can add a whole new level of stress to the experience. That’s a lesson that a student in Scotland learned the hard way when she showed up for a job interview a whole month early last year. On Jan. 18, 2019, now-23-year-old Laura MacLean got up bright and early to ensure she’d be totally ready for a Skype interview with Microsoft at 11 a.m. When she still ...
Tags: News, Microsoft, Scotland, Uncategorized, Viral, Skype, MacLean, Robert Gordon University, Onetime, Laura Maclean, Clickmonsters


The Need For Civic Protest

Protest is meant to bring a reality that lurks beyond the sight lines of most people crashing down in front of them. When resistance to the current order arises, citizens are put to the test. We are forced to reveal where our allegiances lie. What are we willing to support, or do, in the pursuit of rightness and justice? – Maclean’s
Tags: Art, Issues, MacLean, 02.13.20