Pros interact with notes and call notes, Phil’s tweets, and hilarious WAGs

by: Claire Rogers January 30, 2023 Patrick Reid and Rory McIlroy Montana Pritchard/PGA of America via Getty Images Hey there, friends, and welcome to this week’s edition of the Rogers Report. I am writing to you feeling… ok. One positive: I hit golf balls for the first time in six months (!) over a weekend … Read more

Chip Caray ‘delighted to death’ as ​​his deal to call Cardinals games on TV finalized

It was October 1969 when Harry Caray, one of the most controversial — if not the most controversial — was fired from his position as the Cardinals’ lead announcer. the The most controversial – moves in the history of sports broadcasting in St. Louis. The dismissal of the hugely popular anchor who did not hesitate … Read more

Here’s How We Can Lower Health Care Costs – The Morning Call

The high cost of health care is a known problem facing the United States. The personal well-being of our citizens and the economic prosperity of Pennsylvania depend on everyone taking proactive action to lower prices. Fortunately, we have the tools available to empower our elected officials and ordinary citizens to demand accountability, transparency and control … Read more

Lakers boil after a missed call leads to a loss vs. Celtics

BOSTON — The lead referee in the Los Angeles Lakers’ 125-121 overtime loss to the Celtics on Saturday admitted there was a missed throwing error by Jason Tatum against LeBron James in the final seconds of regulation, leaving Los Angeles in the throes of yet another tied defeat. official. The Lakers had a golden opportunity … Read more

Hawaii Health Care Employers Call for Reduced Use of Travel Nurses, Hire More “Clinical Educators,” and Undertake High School Staffing Efforts to Respond to Persistent Workforce Shortages – State of the Fix

Healthcare workforce professionals in Hawaii discussed initiatives designed to attract much-needed workers to the field during the… State of Repair Hawaii 2023 Health Policy Conference. Get the latest state-specific policy intelligence for the healthcare sector delivered to your inbox. Jana Hoscheid, director of healthcare workforce development for the Hawaii Health Care Association (HAH), noted Healthcare … Read more

Secretary General: Presentation of a book with the names of Nazi victims is a call to fight cruelty

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said on Thursday that the Nazis tried to steal millions of Jews of their names before killing them during World War II — but upon opening a UN facility with the names of 4.8 million Holocaust victims, he said they had failed and everyone who was massacred ” He will never … Read more

University of Michigan demonstration calls for ‘Intifada’, Israel’s demise stuns the Internet: ‘A call to kill Jews’

Social media users were shocked and outraged by an anti-Israel demonstration organized by pro-Palestinian demonstrators at the University of Michigan this week. The protest clips depicted protesters chanting “Intifada, intifada! Long live the intifada”, a call for the violent overthrow of the Jewish state inspired by Palestinian riots and revolts against Israel in the late … Read more

Fans call Netflix’s number one horror movie “Oscar-worthy”

Pale blue eye. Harry Melling as Edgar Allen Poe in The Pale Blue Eye. Commercial Record. Scott Garfield / Netflix © 2022 After ranking second on the Netflix charts last week, Pale blue eye He took the throne and is the current #1 film in the United States. Christian Bale, Harry Melling, and Gillian Anderson … Read more

A federal investigation into mental health services in Alaska is a wake-up call. We are already working on improving the situation.

Sen.-elect Kathy Gessel (R-Anchorage), center, speaks during a press conference announcing a bipartisan majority in the Senate on Friday, November 25, 2022 at the Legislative Information Office in Anchorage. From left: Senator-elect Matt Claman (D-Anchorage), Senator-elect Jessel, and Senator Gary Stevens (R-Kodiak). (Lauren Holmes/ADN) I read with interest Michelle Theriault Potts’ Dec. 16 article “Justice … Read more