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Game #3: New York Rangers vs Montreal Canadiens Open Thread
After losing on back to back nights to open the season, the Rangers are making their first trip north of the border since the 2019-20 campaign for a matchup with the Montreal Canadiens.
Miami Heat: Thaddeus Young traded to Heat in latest B/R piece
The preseason is over for the Miami Heat, but that doesn't mean things are slowing down. If anything, everything is beginning to ramp up in preparation for the regular season.
Can you microdose alcohol? Experts reveal a counterintuitive side effect
In Danish director Thomas Vinterberg's latest film, Another Round, friends Martin, Tommy, Peter, and Nikolaj agree to conduct a little experiment: they will stay moderately drunk throughout the day to see how it affects their social and professional performance.
Dodgers vs Braves NLCS Preview: Taking a Closer Look at Games 1 and 2 in Atlanta
Wilmer Flores did not swing. The umpire's call was wrong, and he should have been given the opportunity to continue his at-bat against Max Scherzer, a pitcher he was 0-for-17 in his career against.
Penelope Lively: 'I was a traumatised teenager'
enelope Lively, the author of many novels and short story collections, is the only writer to have won both the Booker prize (in 1987, for her novel ) and the Carnegie Medal, an award that recognises an outstanding book for children and young adults (in 1973, for The Ghost of Thomas Kempe).
Analysis | The Man Who Turned a State Into America's Switzerland
The release of the so-called Pandora Papers revealed that the world's wealthiest people will go to great lengths to protect their assets from the taxman. No surprise there.
Boris Johnson's climate credibility at stake in run-up to Cop26 summit
Boris Johnson faces a significant test of his leadership before the Cop26 climate summit as the chancellor and business secretary are at war over the imminent plan for reaching net zero carbon dioxide emissions.
U.S. confirms it will accept Canadian travellers with mixed vaccines | CBC News
Canadians with mixed vaccines and U.S. travel plans can breathe a sigh of relief tonight.
Hubert Germain, last French WWII 'Companion of the Liberation,' dies at 101
Hubert Germain, who died Oct. 12 at age 101, was the last survivor of 1,038 French soldiers and resistance fighters decorated as "Companions of the Liberation" by their wartime leader (and future French president) Gen. Charles de Gaulle for their role in freeing France from German occupation during World War II.
Industrial Space "Effectively Sold Out," Prologis CFO Says
Global supply chain disruptions have sent industrial tenants into a leasing frenzy, pushing warehouse vacancy to unprecedented lows.