#expectations

A Mayor and the Challenge of Making the City Safer
Eric Adams made public safety a campaign issue. Now, as mayor, he will be held accountable.
An Island Nation Covered in Ash Now Worries About a Covid Intrusion
As it struggles to clean up and reconnect with the world, Tonga confronts the risk that international aid workers could bring in a virus it has so far kept out.
Eric Adams Ran on Making New York Safer. A Subway Killing Poses a Test.
The mayor, who made improving public safety a theme of his campaign, is dealing with the fallout from a high-profile death in Times Square.
ADV Slides: 2022 Trends in Enterprise Analytics - DATAVERSITY
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ADV Webinar: 2022 Trends in Enterprise Analytics - DATAVERSITY
This webinar is sponsored by:
About the Webinar
It is a fascinating, explosive time for enterprise analytics.
Roundtable: What the Clippers need to change at the midseason mark
The Clippers have played 44 games so far, a smidge past the halfway point of the season, and are about to embark on an eight-game road trip that could reveal a lot about the team going forward.
Sharks entering key stretch with playoff race, brutal schedule, Hertl contract situation
The Pacific Division playoff race is wide open right now thanks to a couple of rebuilding teams exceeding expectations (Los Angeles, Anaheim, and San Jose) and a couple of teams that were supposed to be playoff contenders being mild (Calgary, Vancouver) to major (Edmonton) disappointments.
Patriots vs. Bills: Fan Notes from the wild card playoffs
And that's the end of that.
Gotta be honest here: there really isn't all that much to say about this game, and there isn't any way to put a shine on this particular turd.
Black Lesbians Open a Queer Haven in Chicago
Nobody's Darling, a Chicago bar with its moniker snatched from Alice Walker's poem, "Be Nobody's Darling," is a long-awaited Black- and lesbian-owned haven for outsiders, misfits, and outcasts.
Miami Heat: The NBA's most resilient team
Place yourself back in October of 2021 before the NBA season started.