Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index New York Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Today's Paper Advertisement Supported by ByThe New York Times May 2, 2018 It’s summer! We want to help you make the most of it. Sign up for our new limited-edition newsletter, Summer in the City, and each week you’ll receive fresh and fun ideas from Tejal Rao and Margot Boyer-Dry on what to eat, drink, see and do in New York. You can read a few of our past newsletters by clicking here — which come complete with a map for easy planning. As you’ll see, each newsletter consists of two itineraries. One itinerary will provide ideas for a date night or an outing with friends. The other itinerary will offer great activities for entertaining kids and out-of-town guests like Mom and Dad. We won’t forget to review the best places nearby for food and drink. And we don’t stick to Manhattan or Brooklyn. It’s … [Read more...] about Subscribe to Our Newsletter About Summer in N.Y.C.
Even before he was a Buffalo Bill, Harrison Phillips was drawing comparisons to Kyle Williams. The two defensive tackles look similar, and they play like each other, too. "The first tape I popped on (of Phillips), I said, 'this looks like Kyle Williams coming out of LSU,' " NFL Network analyst Daniel Jeremiah told The News in March. "He reminds me so much of him, the strength, the power. I think he's a little underrated with his quickness and never stops with the motor." Phillips has never seemed to like the comparisons. Minutes after being drafted by the Bills, Phillips said, "I couldn't ever accept that term right now to be compared to somebody as fantastic as Kyle Williams. I think that his career is one that's going to go down in the history books." The comparisons have continued into training camp, and even the Bills' social media accounts have gotten in on the joke. But the more the comparisons keep coming, the stronger Phillips seems to be getting in his denials, mostly out … [Read more...] about [BN] Blitz newsletter: Harrison Phillips is getting tired of the Kyle Williams comparisons
John Hughes was literally in his house hoping the phone would ring last week when the Buffalo Bills finally called with an invite to training camp. Hughes, the last player added to the Bills' roster before camp opened, shared his story with Jay Skurski. "On Wednesday I found out in I was supposed to be on a plane here in three hours," Hughes said. "The plane ended up being cancelled. I wound up driving from Cleveland to here, which worked out, because my truck's here now." If you're looking for a random player to root for at camp, Hughes may be your guy. He might sound like a longshot based on when he was added to the team, but Skurski detailed how Hughes is used to beating the odds. Can Dupre break through at wide receiver? After Kelvin Benjamin, every wide receiver position on the Bills' roster could be up for grabs. Malachi Dupre is hoping he can snag one. "I know nothing is set in stone yet; coaches are still trying to figure things out," Dupre said. "... No matter what … [Read more...] about [BN] Blitz newsletter: Last player on Bills’ roster was literally waiting for the call that came
Elissa Robinson Detroit Free Press Published 1:39 p.m. UTC Jul 15, 2018 If you live in, work in or just like to visit southeast Oakland County, the Detroit Free Press is boosting our coverage to keep you better informed. Sign up now for Woodward 248, a weekly e-mailed newsletter that will cover news, business openings, restaurant reviews, real estate, fun events in your area and much more. >>> Sign up here: Woodward 248 newsletter Woodward 248 covers southeast Oakland County, with an emphasis on Berkley, Beverly Hills, Birmingham, Clawson, Ferndale, Huntington Woods, Pleasant Ridge and Royal Oak. Since its launch just a couple weeks ago, our dedicated Facebook page has already surpassed 850 followers. This newsletter, which will be delivered to your email inbox every Thursday, makes it easy for you to find stories about your community. It’s free to sign up, and you can unsubscribe at any time. To sign up, just click here and enter … [Read more...] about How to sign up for Freep’s Woodward 248 email newsletter
Why are we not surprised that children are ripped from their immigrant parents' arms? Could it be because this has been happening for decades in U.S. jails and prisons - not to mention, with increasing frequency as the population of women prisoners grows? Please read the article below from the July issue of the Coalition for Prisoners' Rights Newsletter, entitled "Cries of Children Echo Thru Years." The numbers cited by the newsletter, detailing the numbers of mothers and their children affected by mass incarceration, are truly staggering. There are also cases like Veronza Bowers, Ed Poindexter of the Omaha 2 and Laverne Dejohnette, where it seems no amount of cruel and unusual treatment seems to satisfy our criminal injustice system's thirst for extreme punishment. We hope Angola 3 supporters will read these articles, sign petitions and re-commit to furthering their efforts to change the rotten systems that are in place. One bright spot in the midst of … [Read more...] about Angola 3 Newsletter: Why Are We Not Surprised? : Indybay