Santa Anita horse racing consensus picks for Sunday May 29

The consensus box of Santa Anita picks comes from handicappers Bob Mieszerski, Art Wilson, Terry Turrell and Eddie Wilson. Here are the picks for races on Sunday May 29, 2022. Trouble viewing on mobile device? See consensus picks Enjoy the consensus horse racing picks online? Subscribe Sign up for Ponies Express newsletter and get the… Continue reading Santa Anita horse racing consensus picks for Sunday May 29

‘She was our anchor’: Byfield family farmstand re-opens after youngest daughter killed in crash

The family of a woman killed in a car crash last week is hoping her work will live on as they re-open their Byfield farmstand. Susan Sforza Nico was killed when a driver crashed into the farm’s greenhouses last week. Her family has operated the farmstand for years, and re-opened it Saturday as customers came… Continue reading ‘She was our anchor’: Byfield family farmstand re-opens after youngest daughter killed in crash

Gerrit Cole loses focus after bad call as Yankees fall to Rays, 3-1: ‘That was a strike’

ST. PETERSBURG — An hour later, Gerrit Cole was still sure he was right, but it didn’t really matter. The pitch to Ji-Man Choi was called a ball and Cole lost him. The Yankees ace couldn’t put away the sixth inning and that cost the Yankees in a 3-1 loss to the Rays at Tropicana Field.… Continue reading Gerrit Cole loses focus after bad call as Yankees fall to Rays, 3-1: ‘That was a strike’

Fort Snelling Renovations Honor The Land’s 10,000-Year History

ST. PAUL, Minn. (WCCO) — The iconic items remain and new elements have appeared. Fort Snelling unveiled it’s $34.5 million renovations on it’s opening day Saturday. “Creates a lot of opportunities for people to engage with all of the stories here at Fort Snelling,” said Ben Leonard, the Minnesota Historical Society senior director of historic… Continue reading Fort Snelling Renovations Honor The Land’s 10,000-Year History

Aurora Is Short On Lifeguards, The ‘Last Best Defense,’ And They’ve Had To Adjust Public Pools Hours

(CBS4) – A lack of lifeguards across the Denver metro area is forcing many public pools to change their hours, or even close for the season. (credit: CBS) All six outdoor pools in the City of Aurora opened for the weekend, but because of their lifeguard shortage they’ve had to adjust their hours of operation.… Continue reading Aurora Is Short On Lifeguards, The ‘Last Best Defense,’ And They’ve Had To Adjust Public Pools Hours

Gervonta Davis, Longtime Trainers, Ready For Main Event Showdown

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — West Baltimore native and boxing champion Gervonta Davis finds himself headlining another Showtime Pay-Per-View main event. The lights, the cameras, and the star power. It’s something Davis and his team are used to as they find themselves back on the big stage at  9 p.m. on Saturday in Brooklyn, New York. The… Continue reading Gervonta Davis, Longtime Trainers, Ready For Main Event Showdown

Jacob deGrom says he’s feeling great, but knows he needs to play it safe

Jacob deGrom found himself in a familiar situation, surrounded by reporters before a game at Citi Field. The ailing pitcher, who’s been working his way back from a stress reaction in his right scapula, wasn’t gearing up for a start. But he was fielding questions for the first time since the start of the season.… Continue reading Jacob deGrom says he’s feeling great, but knows he needs to play it safe

SummerFest 2022 in La Jolla to Feature Grammy Winner Anthony Roth Costanzo

The Conrad Prebys Performing Arts Center, home to the La Jolla Music Society. Photo credit: ljms.org The month-long La Jolla Music Society SummerFest 2022 returns in July with more than 25 artists making their debuts at the event. The SummerFest theme, “Under the Influence,” will give the artists room to explore the muses that inspired some… Continue reading SummerFest 2022 in La Jolla to Feature Grammy Winner Anthony Roth Costanzo

Governor Newsom Tests Positive For COVID-19

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — After experiencing minor symptoms, the Governor tested positive for COVID-19 this Saturday morning, said the Governor’s Office in a press release. Governor Newsom will remain in isolation at least through Thursday, June 2, and until he tests negative. Until then, he will continue to work remotely in accordance with local and state health… Continue reading Governor Newsom Tests Positive For COVID-19