Helene St. James Detroit Free Press Published 1:50 PM EST Dec 5, 2018 Andreas Athanasiou was baffled and disappointed. He is the Detroit Red Wings’ leading goal scorer with 11, and might have had another one entering Thursday’s game at Toronto things gone differently Tuesday. Athanasiou was on a breakaway in the third period when Lightning forward Alex Killorn used his stick to slow Athanasiou, tugging at his leg. Athanasiou lost his balance, and both ended up penalized: Killorn for hooking, Athanasiou for embellishment. More: Red Wings say 'no chance' this call was right in loss to Lightning “I thought I was going to get a penalty shot, to be honest,” Athanasiou said Wednesday. “It was almost a clear cut breakaway – obviously I didn’t want to dive, I wanted to score. “Everyone makes mistakes. Some people have tough nights, even the refs. The game is really fast, so you have to be paying attention and you have to … [Read more...] about Detroit Red Wings’ Athanasiou: No way I dove on breakaway
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Updated 10:42 pm PST, Tuesday, November 13, 2018 FILE - This Nov. 18, 1978 file photo shows the bodies of five people, including Rep. Leo J. Ryan, D-Calif., on the airstrip at Port Kaittuma, Guyana, after an ambush by members of the Peoples Temple cult. Dozens of Peoples Temple members in Guyana survived the mass suicides and murders of more than 900 because they had slipped out of Jonestown or happened to be away Nov. 18, 1978. Those raised in the temple or who joined as teens lost the only life they knew. (Tim Reiterman/The San Francisco Examiner via AP) less FILE - This Nov. 18, 1978 file photo shows the bodies of five people, including Rep. Leo J. Ryan, D-Calif., on the airstrip at Port Kaittuma, Guyana, after an ambush by members of the Peoples Temple cult. ... more Photo: Tim Reiterman, AP … [Read more...] about Reporter’s dispatch after Jonestown mass murders, suicides
The Sixers have finally given us some real basketball to talk about, and the opening of the season can only mean one thing: the return of the mailbag is upon us. You have burning questions about Dario Saric, Markelle Fultz, Joel Embiid and the rest of the gang, and I'm here to give you the best answers I can give throughout the season.This year, we're going to lock in on a question and answer article that will be available for you every Friday during the season, alternating between detailed mailbags like these and rapid-fire live chats where you can pepper me with questions while you're eating lunch and waiting to get out of the office. Next Friday will be the first live chat of the season and the first I've actually done for PhillyVoice, so if new questions pop up between now and next week, prepare to fire away then.As for this week, the team's 2-3 start has provided us with plenty to debate already. Let's start with a question that's pressing in both the short and long term, and … [Read more...] about Sixers mailbag: Should Dario Saric be a fixture in Philadelphia’s long-term plan?
Kristen Jordan Shamus Detroit Free Press Published 6:00 AM EDT Sep 20, 2018 Cindy Shank was sentenced to 15 years in federal prison. Her three daughters were sentenced to 15 years without a mother. Her husband lost a wife. Cindy missed bedtime stories and kissing boo-boos, carving pumpkins, Easter egg hunts, birthday parties and Christmas mornings. She missed 4-year-old Autumn's first dance recital, baby Annalis' first steps, and 2-year-old Ava's first day of school. Her marriage to Adam Shank was torn to shreds. The fallout from Cindy Shank's 2008 sentencing on drug conspiracy charges was wide-reaching. It changed the trajectory of the life of the woman who went to prison that day as well as the lives of everyone who loved her. All of it is captured in a film directed by her brother Rudy Valdez, who grew up in Lansing and set out to document the lives of Cindy's children so his sister would one day be able to see what … [Read more...] about ‘The Sentence’ reveals who really pays when mom goes to prison
News / UK and world by Press Association June 14, 2018, 9:28 am FacebookTwitterLinkedInWhatsAppEmail Sign up to our Daily newsletter The anniversary of the Grenfell Tower fire is an opportunity to “make sure that the world is still listening” so such a tragedy never happens again, a survivor has said. Antonio Roncolato, a former resident of the 10th floor of the west London high-rise block, called for a day of reflection and support as the nation prepares to mark one year since the blaze. But the 58-year-old also expressed frustration at a litany of promises broken by authorities and said he was still in temporary accommodation. A minute’s silence is to take place across the country at midday, with survivors and bereaved families expected to gather at the foot of the covered 24-storey site to remember the 72 dead. On Wednesday night, Grenfell Tower was among a dozen buildings illuminated in green as a sign of respect, along with Downing Street … [Read more...] about Grenfell survivor: Time to reflect and make sure the world is still listening