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Zion Williamson looks in incredible shape, says he’s focused for restart

“I think this team can be really special when we’re all healthy,” Williamson said.
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Zion Williamson confident in his health, Pelicans' prospects

Pelicans rookie Zion Williamson credits his mother’s wisdom with helping him manage life’s unanticipated twists and inevitable assortment of successes and setbacks. It has served the NBA’s top overall draft choice well during a highly unusual debut season that has gone nothing like he imagined, yet still holds plenty of promise. “The last 12 months have been a different experience,” Williamson said Thursday, projecting his typically affable, smiling, easy-going manner during a video conference...
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Coronavirus: Evening update as Williamson warns over September school return

Five things you need to know about the coronavirus outbreak this evening.
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UK coronavirus live: attendance at English schools will be 'mandatory' from September, says Williamson

Labour leader criticises government lack of leadership on schools; Scotland’s distancing rule to be relaxed for some sectors; lockdown-easing paused in some Scottish townsEnglish schools to open full-time in SeptemberLeicester ‘shows test and trace working’Ban on non-essential travel to be lifted for some countriesCoronavirus – latest global updatesInteractive vaccine tracker: how close are we? 5.31pm BST The Mirror’s Dan Bloom says what Gavin Williamson said about it being “totally, totally...
Tags: Hong Kong, Politics, UK, Education, Wales, Scotland, UK News, Northern Ireland, Nicola Sturgeon, Schools, Local Government, Michael Heseltine, Williamson, Dan Bloom, Gavin Williamson, Robert Jenrick


UK coronavirus live: Scotland to relax 2m rule but lockdown-easing paused in some towns after outbreaks

Scotland’s distancing rule to be relaxed for some sectors; lockdown-easing paused in some Scottish towns; Wales to partially reopen tourism sector; getting English schools back to normal critical, Williamson saysEnglish schools to open full-time in SeptemberLeicester ‘shows test and trace working’Ban on non-essential travel to be lifted for some countriesCoronavirus – latest global updatesInteractive vaccine tracker: how close are we? 3.14pm BST Earlier I posted the figures from the governme...
Tags: Hong Kong, Politics, UK, Education, Wales, Scotland, UK News, NHS, Northern Ireland, Nicola Sturgeon, Schools, Local Government, Public Health England, Michael Heseltine, Williamson, The Labour


UK coronavirus live: Scotland to relax 2-metre rule but lockdown-easing paused in some towns after outbreaks

Scotland’s distancing rule to be relaxed for some sectors; lockdown-easing paused in some Scottish towns; getting English schools back to normal critical, Williamson saysEnglish schools to open full time in SeptemberBan on non-essential travel to be lifted for some countriesCoronavirus – latest global updatesSee all our coronavirus coverage 1.58pm BST Here are the main points from the Downing Street lobby briefing.Returning to school in September will be mandatory. It’s always the case that ...
Tags: Hong Kong, Politics, UK, Education, Scotland, UK News, Northern Ireland, Nicola Sturgeon, Schools, Local Government, Boris Johnson, Johnson, Downing Street, Michael Heseltine, Williamson, Gavin Williamson


UK coronavirus live: moves to ease lockdown paused in some Scottish towns after outbreaks

Scotland to relax 2-metre rule in some areas but lockdown rules will remain around some towns; getting English schools back to normal is critical, Williamson saysEnglish schools to open full time in SeptemberBan on non-essential travel to be lifted for some countriesCoronavirus – latest global updatesSee all our coronavirus coverage 1.30pm BST This week’s Brexit talks have been concluded earlier than expected. While “useful”, David Frost, the UK chief negotiator, said they showed “significan...
Tags: Hong Kong, Politics, UK, Education, Scotland, UK News, Northern Ireland, Nicola Sturgeon, Schools, Local Government, Michael Heseltine, Williamson, David Frost, Gavin Williamson, Robert Jenrick, Coronavirus outbreak


UK coronavirus live: getting schools back to normal is critical for national recovery, Williamson tells MPs

Education secretary makes statement on guidance for schools on how to deal with Covid-19 outbreaks as they’re set to reopen in SeptemberFull story: English schools to open full time in SeptemberBan on non-essential travel to be lifted for some countriesOxford offers best hope of vaccine this year, MPs toldCoronavirus – latest global updatesSee all our coronavirus coverage 12.27pm BST According to the DfE guidance, schools should consider holding music lessons or classes outside, perhaps with...
Tags: Hong Kong, Politics, UK, Education, UK News, Labour, Schools, Local Government, Public Health England, Michael Heseltine, Williamson, Richard Burgon, Gavin Williamson, Robert Jenrick, Coronavirus outbreak, COVID


Symposium: June Medical and the many faces of judicial discretion

Jane Schacter is the William Nelson Cromwell professor of law at Stanford Law School. She signed an amicus brief in support of the petitioners in June Medical Services v. Russo. The headline from the 5-4 decision in June Medical Services v. Russo striking down Louisiana’s abortion restriction is unquestionably the vote of Chief Justice John Roberts. He determined the outcome. While he may have previewed his position a year ago when he voted to stay the ruling from the U.S. Court of Appeals for t...
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Jess Williamson – “Pictures Of Flowers” (Feat. Hand Habits)

Last month, the country-folk singer songwriter Jess Williamson released the great new album Sorceress. Today, she's followed it up with a non-album song that might be as good as anything on Sorceress. Williamson wrote during the early days of quarantine. The first lines of the song say a whole lot: "If it's the … More »
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Creepy #137 - Al Williamson reprints

Creepy v1 #137, 1982 - This impressive collection boasts Al Williamson reprints from earlier Warren bronze age horror magazines. The black and white stories originate from Creepy #1 (2 stories), #2, #5, #83, #86 and #112. Inexplicably, the cover is drawn by Rudy Nebres, not Williamson. Find >this issue or more >Williamson or >Creepy issues on ebay. - - - - - - - - - - Home / Williamson / Creepy [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Alexander: As USC welcomes back Reggie Bush, a cautionary tale

This will be the grand reunion. After 10 years of NCAA mandated disassociation – reduced, remember, from a lifetime ban – Reggie Bush is again allowed to be a part of the USC family. And never mind that not only was one of the Trojans’ most electrifying football players shunned for a decade, by edict of the Committee on Infractions, he still doesn’t have the Heisman Trophy he earned and his team still doesn’t have the victories and championships that it won on the field. All because of amateuris...
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Should Nike, Duke, Coach K and Zion Williamson be worried about latest legal filings?

What does the lawsuit against Zion Williamson mean? Is there enough evidence to implicate Duke in an NCAA issue? Here are the key questions after the latest development in Williamson’s case.
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Man begged for his life while Williamson County deputy repeatedly tazed him, then he died

At the Austin Statesman, Tony Plohetski has the story of a man killed by Williamson County Sheriff's deputies last year while reality-TV cameras looked on as he begged for his life. His story opens: Javier Ambler was driving home from a friendly poker game in the early hours of March 28, 2019, when a Williamson County sheriff’s deputy noticed that he failed to dim the headlights of his SUV to oncoming traffic. Twenty-eight minutes later, the black father of two sons lay dying on a North...
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Star player who expressed interest in going to an HBCU may shake up how athletes select a college

Mikey Williams, one of the nation’s best 15-year-old basketball players, sent shockwaves through the sports world when he tweeted that he might go to a historically black college or university, also known as an HBCU. Here, Jasmine Harris, a researcher who studies student-athletes, elaborates on why Williams’ potential decision is generating so much interest. 1\. What’s the big deal?There is a lot of money at stake. Before he became an NBA star, Zion Williamson was worth an estimated US$5 million...
Tags: News, Sports, Star, Williams, Nba, Ncaa, White, Black, HARRIS, Williamson, Duke University, HBCU, Jasmine Harris, Mikey Williams, Zion Williamson, George Floyd


Sustainability among distillers

Sustainability is all the rage in the craft world. In the realms of craft spirits, in particular, there are common sustainability practices that distillers worldwide boast about — using recycled barrels and existing lightweight glass bottles as opposed to custom-produced bottles, for example. Distillery owners can power their distilleries on renewable energy and encourage sipping from the glass instead of through a plastic straw. But from the consumer’s standpoint, how does one tell if what ...
Tags: Travel, California, US, America, Sustainability, Indiana, Iowa, Caribbean, Aspen, All, Marble, Lincoln Memorial, Carbondale, Williamson, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Shank


Oregon: 2020 Primary Election Results Are In & Kim Thatcher is the Bright Spot ~VIDEO

Oregon: 2020 Primary Election Results Are In & Kim Thatcher is the Bright Spot Oregon – -(AmmoLand.com)- Once again, the Oregon Republicans have unfortunately nominated several candidates who strongly embrace liberal Democrat values. In HD 14, the Republican House nominee is Richard Cunningham who proudly identifies as an anti-gun, Hillary Clinton supporter. His opponent in the race was Alison Rhodes, a strong supporter of gun rights. In House District 20, anti-gun liberal Selma Pierce narrow...
Tags: Guns, Oregon, Senate, US, America, Paypal, Hillary Clinton, House, Portland, Kim, Republican Party, Republican, Donald Trump, Thatcher, Nra, State


Cummings row: 'Certainly not' double standards - Williamson

Education Secretary Gavin Williamson defends key PM adviser Dominic Cummings' lockdown travel.
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New ‘Scream’ Movie Bringing Back David Arquette

The new Scream movie – which is either Scream 5 or a Scream reboot, depending on who you ask – is bringing back David Arquette. Arquette will once again play Dewey Riley, the local cop who found himself stabbed over and over again in the franchise – but lived to tell the tale. The news of Arquette’s return comes on the heels of star Neve Campbell confirming she’s had discussions about returning as well. Matthew Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett, the team behind Ready or Not, are directing a sc...
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David Arquette Returning For Scream Reboot!

David Arquette returning for Scream reboot! Everyone’s favorite affable deputy-turned-sheriff Dewey Riley is coming back to the bloody world of Woodsboro as David Arquette (Once Upon a Time in Venice) has signed on to return for the upcoming Scream reboot from Ready or Not directors Radio Silence at Spyglass Media Group, according to The Wrap. RELATED: Neve Campbell Weighs in On Potential Return in Scream 5 The 48-year-old actor becomes the first actor from the original franchise to sign o...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Wes, David, Netflix, Mtv, Venice, Clive Barker, Jamie, Guy, Campbell, Kevin, Arquette, Williamson, Dewey, Kevin Williamson


Marianne Williamson endorses Nancy Pelosi’s left-wing opponent

Former Democratic presidential candidate Marianne Williamson has endorsed Nancy Pelosi’s congressional rival in this year’s elections, arguing that the speaker of the House deserves a strong challenge from the left as the Democratic Party becomes estranged from progressive ideals.In a video posted on Instagram, Ms Williamson made clear that she respects Ms Pelosi’s achievements, which she said “have really paved the way in profound ways for women such as myself” – but that she has become “very, ...
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Lower R number is 'green light' for some pupils to return to school, says Williamson – video

The education secretary, Gavin Williamson, has said some pupils will be asked to return to their classrooms as early as next month as he laid out the government’s wider plans for the reopening of schools in a news briefing at 10 Downing. He said testing will be extended to cover school children and their families if any of them develop symptoms from 1 JuneSee all our coronavirus coverageLatest UK coronavirus updates Continue reading...
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Meet the 10 Oracle execs backing CEO Safra Catz and founder Larry Ellison in the tech giant's cloud offensive against Amazon, Microsoft, and Google (ORCL)

Oracle's bid to become a bigger player in the cloud has become more aggressive in the COVID-19 crisis, highlighted by a new partnership with Zoom. The tech giant is up against stronger rivals led by Amazon, Microsoft and Google, but the need for more cloud capacity sparked by the sudden pivot to remote work has created opportunities for the Silicon Valley behemoth. Here are the 10 Oracle executives who are playing key roles in CEO Safra Catz and founder Larry Ellison bold cloud offensive. Clic...
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Ultimate Rivals: The Rink Primed to Revolutionize Video Game Industry

Rinse, wash, repeat. This has seemingly been the motto for so many sports video game titles over the last few years. While fans still buy the new edition of each game annually and play them religiously, it isn’t without some begrudging feelings as there seems to be such little innovation on a yearly basis. The games, though still fun and entertaining, are intended to be hyper-realistic – succeeding in some areas and failing in others. For games that often pride themselves on being authenti...
Tags: Column, Video Games, Sport, Mlb, Lebron James, Hockey, NHL, Morgan, Ben, Alex Ovechkin, Williamson, Alex Morgan, Wayne Gretzky, NHL Players Association, Zeile, Don Fehr


Straw poll finds NBA executives would rather build around Luka Doncic than Zion Williamson

The executives have concerns about Williamson's long-term health.
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Schools will reopen in phases, says Williamson

When schools go back it will not initially be for all pupils, the education secretary told MPs.
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Schools will re-open in phases, says Williamson

When schools go back it will not initially be for all pupils, the education secretary told MPs.
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UK coronavirus live: Gavin Williamson gives daily briefing as hospital death toll reaches 16,060

Death rate slows with daily rise of 596, as government hit by claims it missed chance to lessen impact during February and MarchMichael Gove confirms PM missed five coronavirus Cobra meetingsHow did Britain get its response to coronavirus so wrong?Coronavirus latest: at a glanceCoronavirus – latest global updatesSee all our coronavirus coverage 4.25pm BST On reports today that Boris Johnson missed five Cobra meetings about Covid-19, Williamson said: “Many Cobra meetings take place where it i...
Tags: Politics, UK, Science, Society, UK News, Britain, NHS, Boris Johnson, Williamson, Gavin Williamson, Coronavirus outbreak, MarchMichael Gove, Oak National Academy


Weird Science v2 #17 - Wally Wood art & cover, Al Williamson / Frank Frazetta art

Wally Wood Weird Science v2 #17, 1953 - A gargantuan monster is captured on a remote island, rendered unconscious, transported and finally exhibited in New York City. Al Williamson's King Kong-like tale is capably drawn with some less recognizable assists by Frank Frazetta. Wally Wood's tale tells of two professors, theorizing the massive declines in human population every two centuries. His [Author: Unknown]
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The Good Doctor donates TV show's protective equipment

Popular TV show The Good Doctor has given health authorities the gowns, face masks and gloves usually worn by its actors to help in the fight against COVID-19.The show, about a young doctor with autism, filmed in Vancouver and aired on CTV in Canada, had recently finished filming its latest season when producers, like producer Shaw Williamson, decided parts of the wardrobe department could help in the fight against COVID-19. "The health-care workers are heroes. We just are trying to give them wh...
Tags: Health, News, Canada, Vancouver, North America, Columbia, Iatse, Vancouver Coastal Health, Williamson, CTV, Mighty Ducks, Brightlight Pictures, COVID, Shaw Williamson, Phil Klapwyk, Guild of Canada