Assuming Williams adequately recovers physically, it is difficult to envisage either Kurumi Nara or Dalila Jakupovic -- their match was suspended due to darkness -- ousting her in the second round. Greater tests could await in round three, through either Canadian Bianca Andreescu or another North American enjoying a breakout season, American Sofia Kenin. … [Read more...] about Serena Williams rallies after French Open first-round scare
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No one has yet claimed responsibility for the anti-pope propaganda, which was swiftly covered up with “illegal posting” signs by Roman cops. But most Vatican insiders and followers of the papal press have surmised that it has something to do with American Cardinal Raymond Leo Burke, a man who would impeach the pope if he could.Burke, an ultra-conservative who seems fond of the good old days when cardinals could condemn sinners for even the slightest infraction while living large at the Church’s expense, is the frugal pope’s most vocal opponent. He and three other conservative cardinals are behind the filing of what are called dubia or doubts about the pope’s interpretation of Catholic doctrine.In a letter signed and delivered to Francis last November, the four threatened to launch a “formal act of correction of a serious error” against the pope for his perceived leniency to divorced and remarried Catholics, gays and other previously taboo … [Read more...] about Why Is Someone Attacking Pope Francis With Nasty Posters?
The Screen Actors Guild Awards are frequently described as an actors-celebrating-their-own kind of affair and, based on Sunday night’s awards, it was a celebrate-your-own-style affair as well, with most of the memorable looks coming down the silver carpet pumping up the volume, amping up the color and showcasing boldness — in terms of pattern and sparkle. … [Read more...] about SAG Awards 2020 fashion: The stars shine bright and bold on the silver carpet
Perello roasts a fist-size russet in a wood-burning oven and finishes it in the coals of the kitchen’s hearth. The potato’s jacket blackens and crisps; its insides turn fluffy. It arrives at the table slashed open and sidled up to a mound of sour cream. The garnishes are always changing: snipped chives and whatever appropriate herbs Perello might have on hand, with duck cracklings or crunchy guanciale scattered over top. Customers often ask for cheese. Perello obliges with nutty Fiscalini cheddar from Modesto. … [Read more...] about Review: A lauded San Francisco chef opened the restaurant that Row DTLA needs