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As legal sports betting expands across America, more bettors than ever before are placing legal wagers. And in theory, that should make gambling more reliable: A bookie might disappear and stiff yo…

The best of the English Premier League. by Neal Thurman

Sabres sign Sam Reinhart to 2-year contract - Rotoworld.com

Ethiopian website aims to document the lives of ordinary people throughout the twentieth century

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The obsession with self-driving cars and dockless cycles means pedestrians are often overlooked. But if we fail to accommodate those on foot, we ignore an essential part of what makes a city great

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KINO LORBER/STREET DATE JUNE 19, 2018
Writer-director Rachel Israel has done something really wonderful in creating Keep the Change. For starters, she’s crafted a smart, spiky, emotionally engaging urban romantic comedy. That might be enough, given how often rom-coms have been eulogized in the last several years. But Israel has done more, something that makes watching Keep the Change a much richer…

Baryshnikov Arts Center (BAC) will host its annual benefit to support BAC's programs on Monday, October 1, 2018, in the Jerome Robbins Theater and Howard Gilman Performance Space (450 W. 37th Street, Manhattan).

After Neil Walker clubs a three-run home run, the Yankees overcome two errors to eventually beat the Red Sox, 3-2

Next month, the celebration of design, art and craftsmanship, DesignArt Tokyo, will return for its second year with more than 80 venues across the city taking part. Running from 19th to 28th October, 2018, this 10-day festival will give a unique insight into the latest design, art, fashion, technology and food creations in Japan’s creative culture. Drawing attention to items …

Julian Moore, senior managing director at K2 Intelligence, will present “New Media Transparency Guides for Advertisers & the Scandal That Led to Them,” a breakout session at the 2018 Retail Law Conference, hosted by the Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA).

The writer and editor for Artforum, cofounder of October, and professor at NYU was ninety-six.

Toyota is hush on in-progress specifications, but the car offers plenty of fun behind the wheel.

If the cell nucleus is like a bank for DNA, nuclear pores are the security doors around its perimeter. Yet more security doors aren't necessarily better: some cancer cells contain a dramatic excess of nuclear pores.

Supporters of the Supreme Court nominee have called for protests at her house and questioned her veracity and motives.

French writer and filmmaker Marceline Loridan-Ivens, a lifelong friend of Simone Veil after the pair met in the Auschwitz-Birkenau Nazi death camp, died Tuesday aged 90, the late French minister's son Jean Veil told AFP
"She was mother's deportation comrade," said Jean Veil, who was also the Loridan-Ivens' family lawyer
Loridan-Ivens was taken to the Nazi camp when she was just 15.
"That terribly difficult episode…

Rostock-Warnemünde has announced that its port will offer shorepower starting in 2020. Signing a declaration of intent today were Minister-President Manuel...

Quantum Metrics helps companies calculate how much lost revenue comes from bad checkout experiences and other website design issues.

People outside the capital tend to blame its residents for their rulers being out of touch, says the Manchester-based writer Ally Fogg

Museum researchers tell us that the average visitor spends just 17 to 27 seconds in front of an artwork – yet such a short window of time won't reveal much about the history of the artwork. So, what should you be looking for when you stand in front of a work of art? Here, Dr Laura-Jane Foley shares her top tips on visual analysis and explains why you – the viewer – are just as important as the person who created it…

Dean Kamen is an American ‘serial inventor’ and entrepreneur and is probably best known for being the man who invented the Segway (thanks Dean!)
The first segway, code-named ‘Ginger’, was launched in December 2001 in New York with the unveiling broadcast live across the US on ABC’s ‘Good Morning America’
Dean led a team who developed the Segway’s unique ‘Dynamic Stabilisation’ system which monitors the riders…