“I wish I could bottle it and sell it if we had a secret,” said Estefan about the lasting union. “[We] have deep love, admiration and respect. I think to me, the most important thing is that we’re on the same page when it comes to the things that really matter. That makes for a lot less arguing than some people might do. We have the same value system, morals, priorities. Our family’s number one, always… We give each other the space to grow and be. And I think if each one [is] thinking about the other one, then you’re both good. That’s been the case for us.” … [Read more...] about Gloria Estefan says it was ‘tough’ revisiting her daughter Emily’s coming out as gay
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The Giants made a whopper of a move at last year’s deadline, cutting ties with 2019 home run leader Kevin Pillar. This year’s surprise was a bit milder. They declined to tender a contract to left-handed starter Tyler Anderson, sending him into free agency. … [Read more...] about Giants to keep Dickerson, Slater, Solano, but decline to offer contract to lefty Anderson
For the hundreds of employees who do move to Texas, they’ll want to get a head start on securing moving vans. The rush to leave California has led to a severe shortage of commercial movers, with California’s stringent regulations stopping firms from meeting demand and leading to the proliferation of shady operators. Even a U-Haul truck can be tough to get, with one-way rates from San Jose to Houston for a 26-foot truck clocking in at $5,569, more than three times the cost of a relocation to California at $1,688 heading west. … [Read more...] about Chuck DeVore: Hewlett Packard packs up — Will California ever get fed up with losing to Texas?
Outside of politics directly, the media has also felt the squeeze. The city's leading pro-democracy newspaper, Apple Daily, was raided earlier this year, and owner Jimmy Lai appeared in court again Thursday, facing new fraud charges. A producer for public broadcaster RTHK was arrested for her work examining the police, while this week more than two-dozen reporters quit in protest at cuts made by i-Cable, a private broadcaster with a reputation for investigative reportping. … [Read more...] about With arrests and a security law, who is left to fight for democracy in Hong Kong?
It’s how we can share our voice. It’s how our opinions matter. We need to vote. And voting is not all that can be done. Although the 2020 election may be over, local and state elections are constantly being held, and Jenna Meadows is a student at the University of Arizona and educating young people on the importance of voting. … [Read more...] about Q&A with Jenna Meadows, campus advocate for student voter engagement and poll volunteering