Month: May 2022

D&D’s highly anticipated Journeys Through the Radiant Citadel delayed

Journeys Through the Radiant Citadelthe highly anticipated anthology of adventures for Dungeons & Dragons, has been delayed for a month, according to a tweet by the publisher. In a statement provided to Polygon, Wizards of the Coast cites “domestic production issues” that cropped up late in the process as the reason for the delay. The …

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UC Berkeley places swim coach Teri McKeever on administrative leave – Orange County Register

Cal women’s and former US Olympic women’s swimming team head coach Teri McKeever, the most successful female coach in the sport’s history, has been placed on administrative leave pending the completion of an investigation into allegations by more than 20 current or former Golden Bears athletes that they were bullied or verbally abused by the …

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Twitter agrees to pay millions in fines after US government alleges privacy violations

According to the federal lawsuit, Twitter failed to tell its users for years that it used their contact information to help marketers target their advertising – in violation of a 2011 privacy settlement with the Federal Trade Commission. “This practice affected more than 140 million Twitter users, while boosting Twitter’s primary source of revenue,” FTC …

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‘Survivor’ Finale Recap Season 42, Episode 13 – [Spoiler] Wins

Warning: This post contains spoilers from Wednesday’s season finale of Survivor. With only five players left at the beginning of Survivor‘s finale, everyone’s targets were big, bold and constantly shifting. After 23 days in the elements, it was still anybody’s game to win. As a result of Omar’s blindside last week, Lindsay finds herself in …

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Former Virginia Tech Football Player Goes On Trial For Murder Of Cross-Dressing Man

The murder trial of a former Virginia Tech football player who allegedly killed a cross-dressing man begins on Wednesday. Isimemen Etute faces a second-degree murder charge over the May 2021 death of 40-year-old Jerry Smith, who will take place in Montgomery County Circuit Court. “Etute said he visited Smith’s apartment that April after he was …

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Baristas at 2 Starbucks become the first to unionize in Chicago

Workers at two Chicago Starbucks voted overwhelmingly to unionize Wednesday, becoming the first unionized Starbucks workers in the city. Baristas at the Starbucks at 5964 N. Ridge Ave. voted 20-3 to join the union and baristas at 1070 W. Bryn Mawr Ave. voted to do so 10-1, according to organizers with the Chicago and Midwest …

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‘Stars at Noon’ Review: Claire Denis’s Sexy Central American Thriller

Early in “Stars at Noon,” Yank journalist Trish gazes wistfully at a yellowed black-and-white photo of Nicaraguan resistance fighters, framed and tacked to the wall of the Grim Managua hotel room where she’s having a businesslike intercourse. “Young rebels used to be so sexy,” she sighs. It’s a direct jab at the unformidable army lieutenant …

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Kevin Dotson Never Got Comfortable At Left Guard During Injury-Plagued 2021 Season

The 2021 season certainly didn’t go well at all for Pittsburgh Steelers guard Kevin Dotson, who only managed to play in nine games in total because of an ankle injury suffered in Week 10. Dotson also started the 2021 season at left guard, a position that was still very foreign to him after mainly playing …

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Wendy’s puts up the ‘for sale’ sign as costs rise

In a Tuesday filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, Wendy’s chairman, Nelson Peltz, said his management fund, Trian Partners, wants to explore a possible sale or merger for the burger chain. Other options to increase shareholder value are also on the table, according to the filing. (The Associated Press) Estimated read time: 2-3 minutes …

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