The other big concern for this weekend will be the potential for increased fire danger, especially across southern Colorado. Warmer temperatures and gusty winds combined with a growing drought could set the stage for dangerous fire weather in parts of the state. That’ll be perhaps a heightened concern on Friday and Saturday, again, mainly for southern Colorado. … [Read more...] about Colorado Memorial Day weekend weather: Mild start, followed by chance for storms
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The winners will meet with Browns offensive coordinator Alex Van Pelt to design the plays, and also will be invited to a team dinner and team meeting the night before the game. The winners get to run through the tunnel with the team, be a part of the coin toss, and receive autographed memorabilia and team merchandise. … [Read more...] about Browns offering fans chance to script first 15 offensive plays of preseason game
“Prideland” — Actor Dyllon Burnside (“Pose”) hosts a six-part digital series exploring LGBTQ life in the South and the region’s changing attitudes. Burnside isn’t an outsider: In the first episode, he shares his experience as a “queer boy” who left his native Pensacola, Florida, to be what he calls his authentic self. Returning to the region, he is both heartened by what he finds and clear-eyed about remaining challenges. The series debuts Tuesday on “PBS Voices,” a new documentary-focused YouTube channel. Burnside also hosts a companion special airing June 12 on PBS (check local listings) and PBS.org. … [Read more...] about New this week: Lady Gaga, ‘Space Force,’ Ghibli films on HBO
“I think competitive advantages go completely out the window when you’re dealing with something like this,” Loyola Marymount athletic director Craig Pintens said when reached Monday. “That’s something obviously people are going to worry about, but I’m just happy and thankful that a decision was made in the best interest of student-athletes everywhere. The competition aspect of it will work itself out.” … [Read more...] about NCAA approves extra year of eligibility for spring athletes, with a catch
"Now, people can speculate. People can guess. I think next week, I think two weeks, I think a month," Cuomo told reporters on Memorial Day. "I'm out of that business because we all failed at that business. Right? All the early national experts. Here's my projection model. Here's my projection model. They were all wrong. They were all wrong." … [Read more...] about Michigan Gov. Whitmer’s coronavirus lockdown policies too strict for her own husband?