Dear Abby: I tested her with my Facebook posts, and the results were disturbing

DEAR ABBY: “Dana” has been my best friend since 1995. We did so many things together, until she had gastric bypass surgery three years ago. Mind you, Dana was never fat. She may have been overweight, but she was never morbidly obese. She never participated in any of the fun sports I did, such as… Continue reading Dear Abby: I tested her with my Facebook posts, and the results were disturbing

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What’s in a top workplace this year? Rebuilding loyalty and retention

In a work world divided by remote, hybrid and on-site office workers, how do employers carve out a top workplace culture? The past year has seen a radical shift in business operations as companies navigated a host of challenges, ranging from the COVID-19 pandemic and inflation, to supply chain backups and employee attrition via the… Continue reading What’s in a top workplace this year? Rebuilding loyalty and retention

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Angels catcher Kurt Suzuki leaves game with neck contusion

Catcher Kurt Suzuki of the Angels falls backwards after catching a pop-up by Danny Jansen of the Toronto Blue Jays during the first inning at Angel Stadium of Anaheim on May 28, 2022 in Anaheim, California. (Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images) Angels players and Manager Joe Maddon meet on the pitching mound during a pitching… Continue reading Angels catcher Kurt Suzuki leaves game with neck contusion

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Feminist theologian Rosemary Radford Ruether born in St. Paul dies at 85

Rosemary Radford Ruether, a pioneering theologian who brought feminist, anti-racist and environmental perspectives to bear on the traditional teachings of the Roman Catholic Church, died May 21 in Pomona, Calif. She was 85. Her daughter Mimi Ruether confirmed the death, in a hospital, but did not specify a cause. Starting in the late 1960s, Rosemary… Continue reading Feminist theologian Rosemary Radford Ruether born in St. Paul dies at 85

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High school scoreboard: Saturday’s NCS, CCS playoff baseball, softball results

Division I Saturday’s final No. 3 Palo Alto (26-5) vs. No. 1 St. Francis (28-4) at Excite Ballpark in San Jose, 7 p.m. Division II No. 1 Archbishop Mitty 9, No. 7 Branham 0 Division III Friday’s final No. 4 Monterey 7, No. 3 Burlingame 0 Division IV No. 4 St. Francis-Watsonville 4, No. 3… Continue reading High school scoreboard: Saturday’s NCS, CCS playoff baseball, softball results

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Josh Winckowski struggles in debut, offense falls short as Red Sox split doubleheader with Orioles

The Red Sox’ offensive depth has proven in recent weeks – though both continue to be among the American League’s best hitters – that Xander Bogaerts and J.D. Martinez don’t need to carry the lineup to get it going. But without both of their bats in Saturday night’s lineup, the Red Sox offense stalled. In… Continue reading Josh Winckowski struggles in debut, offense falls short as Red Sox split doubleheader with Orioles

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Column: Sports world could make a huge impact on society if more organizations would advocate for sensible gun laws

The sports world responded to the tragic grade-school shooting in Uvalde, Texas, in various ways this week, from Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr’s emotional news conference to San Francisco Giants manager Gabe Kapler’s decision to remain in the clubhouse during the national anthem. The New York Yankees and Tampa Bay Rays provided statistics on… Continue reading Column: Sports world could make a huge impact on society if more organizations would advocate for sensible gun laws

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