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postgame: akeem springs wasn't to blame for gophers loss to maryland


akeem springs blamed himself for the gophers’ demoralizing 85-78 loss urday against no. 22 maryland, because he felt like he didn’t do enough to lead his team down the stretch.but the 6-foot-4, 220-pound senior scored a season-best 23 points on 9-for-15 shooting, which included 14 of his steam’s 18 points during one stretch to answer the ter ins.“to pull out tough games like this your seniors have to step up,” said springs, who talked about mistakes defensively costing his team the game.first off, springs is the only senior who has contributing role for this team on the floor. secondly, it was valiant for springs to take responsibility for the gophers getting outplayed down the stretch, instead of throwing his teammates under the bus.but this fifth straight loss wasn’t his fault. springs i






palm springs: preserving the rat pack era


for all those longing for a journey to yesteryear, a desert oasis bec s. and thanks to margaret brennan, we’ll be traveling in style:driving in palm springs is like going back in time. from the architecture to the cl ic cars, the city has an old-school vibe. many of the homes were built in the middle of the 20th century, or patterned after that so-called mid-century modern aesthetic: flat planes, open floor plans, and giant walls of gl that bring the outside in. even the commercial buildings in downtown palm springs have that glow of an earlier era: the chase bank, city hall, and the local catholic church. architecture guide robert imber said, “it’s the mecca of modernism, absolutely. the mecca of modernism, you’re looking at it. you’re standing in it.”he has dedicated his adult life to he






two boys, 2 and 6, found in vehicle outside colorado springs bar, parents cited


january 27, 2017, 7:55 pm colorado’s largest foreclosure law firm, run by larry castle and his wife, caren, was so good at its job that it had little trouble ginning up creative ways to pad its billings and reap millions in illegitimate profits on the backs of the banks it represented, the affected homeowners, and real estate investors who later bought the houses, the attorney...






earthquake: magnitude 3.0 quake strikes near banning


a shallow magnitude 3.0 earthquake was reported urday morning eight miles from banning, according to the u.s. geological survey. the temblor occurred at 8:07 a.m. pacific time at a depth of 7.5 miles.according to the usgs, the epicenter was 12 miles from beaumont, 13 miles from yucaipa and 21 miles from palm springs.in the last 10 days, there have been no earthquakes of magnitude 3.0 or greater centered nearby.this information comes from the usgs earthquake notification service and this post was created by an algorithm written by the author.read more about southern california earthquakes.






jackson's 28 points lead no. 22 maryland past minnesota


minneapolis — justin jackson had a career-high 28 points and 10 rebounds, making all five of his 3-point attempts, and no. 22 maryland beat minnesota 85-78 on urday for its sixth straight win.jackson and fellow freshman kevin huerter combined to go 10 for 12 from 3-point range. huerter finished with 19 points and melo trimble added 13 points, nine ists and seven rebounds as the ter ins (19-2, 7-1) kept pace with wisconsin in a tie for first place in the big ten.akeem springs led the gophers (15-7, 3-6) with a season-high 23 points, but they lost their fifth consecutive game despite a 41-31 rebound a ntage and a 21-10 ist-to-turnover ratio. the biggest problem for minnesota was its defense, with maryland making more than half of its field-goal attempts (30 for 59), including an 11-for perfo






colin staub makes good for denver pioneers in win


university of denver sophomore right wing colin staub was one of 12 players in the pioneers’ lineup for a 5-0 national collegiate hockey conference win over omaha at magness arena on urday night who are older than nathan mackinnon, the avalanche’s 21-year-old representative at the nhl all-star festivities in los angeles this weekend.staub will turn 23 on march 26.as reflected by the wide range of ages on rosters — they can range from 18 to the mid-20s — ncaa hockey can be about biding time between high school and college, often in the united states hockey league.in staub’s case, his hiatus e after he graduated from palmer high in colorado springs and involved three full seasons with the north american hockey league’s wichita falls wildcats, and then he was all set to enroll at the air forc






loss to no. 22 ter ins extends gophers' slide to five games


richard pitino seldom talks about the ncaa tournament. well, publicly at least.but the fourth-year gophers men’s basketball coach told his players and local media this past week that expectations were to make the ncaa tournament, and his team’s résumé still put it in good shape to get there.one loss might not derail those goals. but five consecutive losses will be tough to overcome.that’s how critical the gophers’ 85-78 loss urday to no. 22 maryland before an announced 11,191 at williams arena could be going into the second half of the conference season.“i think they’re an ncaa tournament team,” maryland coach mark turgeon said. “it gets a little bit easier for them moving forward, a few more home games. we had to play as well as we could play to win.”akeem springs had 23 points on 9-for-1






loss to no. 22 ter ins extends gophers' slide to five games


richard pitino seldom talks about the ncaa tournament. well, publicly at least.but the fourth-year gophers men’s basketball coach told his players and local media this past week that expectations were to make the ncaa tournament, and his team’s résumé still put it in good shape to get there.one loss might not derail those goals. but five consecutive losses will be tough to overcome.that’s how critical the gophers’ 85-78 loss urday to no. 22 maryland before an announced 11,191 at williams arena could be going into the second half of the conference season.“i think they’re an ncaa tournament team,” maryland coach mark turgeon said. “it gets a little bit easier for them moving forward, a few more home games. we had to play as well as we could play to win.”akeem springs had 23 points on 9-for-1






colin staub makes good for denver pioneers in win


university of denver sophomore right wing colin staub was one of 12 players in the pioneers’ lineup for a 5-0 national collegiate hockey conference win over omaha at magness arena on urday night who are older than nathan mackinnon, the avalanche’s 21-year-old representative at the nhl all-star festivities in los angeles this weekend.staub, who had two power-play goals and an ist in the pioneers’ romp, will turn 23 on march 26.as reflected by the wide range of ages on rosters — they can range from 18 to the mid-20s — ncaa hockey can be about biding time between high school and college, often in the united states hockey league.in staub’s case, his hiatus e after he graduated from palmer high in colorado springs and involved three full seasons with the north american hockey league’s wichita f






loss to no. 22 ter ins sets back gophers


richard pitino never talks about the ncaa tournament. well, publicly at least.but the fourth-year gophers men’s basketball coach admitted to giving his players a speech this week about needing to finish strong in the last big ten games to make sure to reach their postseason goals.one loss might not derail the season. but five straight losses could be tough to overcome.that’s how critical minnesota’s 85-78 loss urday against no. 22 maryland could eventually be going into the second half of the conference season.akeem springs had a season-high 23 points on 9-for-15 shooting to lead the gophers, who suffered their fifth loss in big ten play by single digits.maryland (19-2, 7-1) won its sixth straight game and avenged last season’s loss at williams arena. the gophers led by as much as 12 point






reusse: fans see pitino's gophers fall in another high-wire act


the amazing pitinos performed another victory-defying feat on urday under the historic big top that is williams arena.the degree of difficulty in achieving an 85-78 loss to maryland (the fifth straight in the big ten) was considerable, when you witnessed the following acts during the first half of the show:freshman amir coffey was a s -making and p ing whiz, with 11 points and four ists. junior reggie lynch had the opposition trembling on drives to the basket, with three blocks, six rebounds and only one foul. akeem springs, the senior transfer, showed there’s more to his game than threes, charging past aggressive defenders for three of his four baskets.the gophers were leading maryland 33-26 at halftime, and it appeared as if gamblers had a more accurate essment of this contest than you c






colin staub makes good for denver pioneers in win


university of denver sophomore right wing colin staub was one of 12 players in the pioneers’ lineup for a 5-0 national collegiate hockey conference win over omaha at magness arena on urday night who are older than nathan mackinnon, the avalanche’s 21-year-old representative at the nhl all-star festivities in los angeles this weekend.staub, who had two power-play goals and an ist in the pioneers’ romp, will turn 23 on march 26.as reflected by the wide range of ages on rosters — they can range from 18 to the mid-20s — ncaa hockey can be about biding time between high school and college, often in the united states hockey league.in staub’s case, his hiatus e after he graduated from palmer high in colorado springs and involved three full seasons with the north american hockey league’s wichita f






chocolate sour cream cake with chocolate frosting recipe


make the cake(makes one 9-by-13-inch rectangle)     1 prepare the pan and preheat the oven: heat the oven to 350f. er a 9-by-13-inch cake pan, dust the pan with flour, and tap out the excess. (or line the pan with parchment paper and er the paper.)2 combine the dry ingredients: in a bowl, sift together the flour, cocoa powder, baking powder, baking soda, and salt.3 melt the chocolate: put the 3 ounces bittersweet or semisweet chocolate in a heatproof bowl and set the bowl over a saucepan of , but not boiling, water. the bowl should not touch the water. let the chocolate melt, stirring occasionally with a rubber spatula. remove the bowl from the water and wipe the bottom dry. leave until cool but still liquid.4 make the batter: in an electric mixer on medium speed, beat the er for 2 minutes






johnson, a black nasa pioneer, finds acclaim at 98 – the denver post


victoria st. martin,the washington postfame has finally found katherine johnson – and it only took 98 years, six manned moon landings, a best-selling book and an oscar-nominated movie.for more than 30 years, johnson worked as a nasa mathematician at langley research center in hampton, virginia, where she played an unseen but pivotal role in the country’s space missions. that she was an african-american woman in an almost all-male and white workforce made her career even more remarkable.now, three decades after retiring from the agency, johnson is portrayed by actress taraji henson in “hidden figures,” a film based on a book of the same name. the movie tells how a group of black women – world-cl mathematicians all – helped provide nasa with data crucial to the success of the agency’s early






tiger leaves torrey pines early, and he wasn’t alone


san diego (ap) — at least tiger woods was in good company at torrey pines.more surprising than woods missing the cut in his return to the pga tour after 17 months away was that jason day and dustin johnson joined him. day is the no. 1 player in the world coming off two weeks of intense practice in palm springs. johnson is the pga tour player of the year, though perhaps a case could be made that he was still ragged from playing in abu dhabi last week.but it wasn’t just missing the cut.woods, johnson and day played 13 out of 18 holes on the easier north course at torrey pines without any of them making a birdie.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.some star attraction that turned out to be.that might be one takeaway from the opening act of the farmers insurance open. it






terry edwards executed in texas for deadly 2002 sandwich shop holdup: ‘i hope y’


huntsville, texas — a man convicted of a fatal robbery at a dallas-area subway shop just weeks after he was fired from his job there was executed thursday night.terry edwards, 43, received lethal injection for the $3,000 holdup at a subway restaurant where two employees were s to death in 2002.asked by a warden if he had a final statement, edwards replied: “i’m at peace with god. i hope y’all find peace in this.” as the lethal dose of pentobarbital was administered, he began snoring quickly. within about 30 seconds, all movement stopped.he was pronounced dead at 10:17 p.m. cst, 23 minutes after the sedative began flowing into his arms. edwards never looked at five relatives of the two murder victims who stood a few feet from him, looking through a window.edwards’ execution, the second this






where customers can watch embly of “handmade skis from colorado trees” – the den


after karol groswold tried a pair of denver-made meier skis on a recent demo day at winter park, she had to have a pair. she loved the way they performed, but when she heard customers can order custom-made top-sheet g hics and even participate in designing them, she was sold.customers can buy skis off the rack at meier’s new factory, visible to thousands of motorists daily in the industrial area on the east side of interstate 25 between sixth avenue and colfax. they can watch skis being made by hand and listen to a sales pitch from a “ski-tender” who serves beer and beta on meier’s various models, which have wood cores made from colorado aspen and beetle-kill pine. if they want, they can design their own g hics, and that hit home for groswold.the meier factory is only a few blocks from whe






the latest on trump's travel ban on seven muslim-majority countries


london (ap) — the latest on president donald trump, his travel ban on seven muslim-majority countries and other immigration actions (all times local):8:10 p.m.protesters are streaming into new york city’s battery park to demand an end to president donald trump’s ban on travelers from seven muslim nations.the big crowd gathered sunday near the ferries that carry tourists to the statue of liberty and ellis island, the place where 12 million people entered the united states in the golden age of immigration.u.s. sen. charles schumer addressed the crowd, saying, “we are gonna win this fight everybody!”people held signs with slogans including “america was built by refugees,” and “muslim ban is un-american.”the rally followed a night of big demonstrations at new york’s kennedy airport, where thou






in first season of affiliation with avs, colorado eagles plug along – the denver


loveland — in late 2002, colorado eagles co-owner and general manager ralph backstrom gave me a tour of the under-construction budweiser events center. backstrom, the former nhl and world hockey ociation center and ex-university of denver coach, had pull. we cheated. we didn’t wear hardhats. the next year, the eagles began play in the central hockey league, and the full houses at the new arena quickly validated the minor-league hockey venture.through a move from the chl to the echl, the eagles have remained a popular member of the fort collins-loveland-windsor area’s sports scene, though sellouts in the 5,289-seat building no longer are automatic and the eagles are averaging about 500 under that. the operation took a turn this season, when the eagles finally be e affiliated with the avalan






lawmakers try a new strategy to help bring condos back to colorado – the denver


a precision-strike approach at the state capitol to reform colorado’s construction defects laws — rather than a comprehensive, catch-all bill — may be the best way to jump-start a condo market that has fallen way behind the recent population boom in the metro area.so says the state’s top democratic lawmaker, house speaker crisanta duran, who this month helped introduce a bill that aims to ease insurance premiums for developers hoping to build multifamily, owner-occupied projects in colorado. it is a first step, she said, to modifying a system that has been blamed by some for scaring away condo builders by making it too easy for homeowners to sue over shoddy work.“​i think senate bill 45 represents a significant change that will have a big impact,” duran said last week. “for years we’ve hea






the latest: cuomo: 6 still in detention at kennedy airport


london — the latest on president donald trump, his travel ban on seven muslim-majority countries and other immigration actions (all times local):8:35 p.m.new york gov. andrew cuomo says six people barred from entering the u.s. because of president donald trump's travel ban remained in detention at kennedy airport on sunday afternoon.immigration lawyers worked through the day to try and gain the release of several people being held at the airport, with some success.aclu attorney andre segura said at least seven detainees were released urday morning, with more people expected to be freed in the afternoon.some people who were initially told they would be deported were allowed to enter the u.s.they included a 21-year-old woman with dual iraqi and jordanian citizenship who had come to the u.s.






ultimate oscars: the long island edition


updated january 29, 2017 7:12 amby rafer guzmán   [email protected] we could hand out a long island oscar, what would it look like? a model of the land m itself seems a little awkward for a trophy. a windmill could work, but that’s too specific to the hamptons. how about a railroad car? a big duck? is there a way to make a sculpture of traffic?maybe it’s better that we’re not actually going to manufacture statuettes. we will, however, publish here our list of the nominees and winners for the best long island movies and performances.the rules governing nominations are straightforward (if a little loose). eligible movies must have a strong local connection -- either set here or filmed here, or both. it isn’t enough to feature a local actor (sorry, natalie portman) or be written by






the latest on trump's travel ban on seven muslim-majority countries


london (ap) — the latest on president donald trump, his travel ban on seven muslim-majority countries and other immigration actions (all times local):9:15 p.m.omar al tammeemi says he’s worried he may not be able to see his wife and young son who are in iraq following president donald trump’s immigration order.al tammeemi is among more than 100 protesters gathered at the international arrivals terminal at dulles international airport outside washington.he says he worked as a translator for the u.s. military in iraq from 2008 to 2013 and e to the u.s. afterward on a special refugee visa. he says his wife, who holds a green card, and their young son, a u.s. citizen, are in iraq visiting her sick mother.al tammeemi says his wife is “scared to come.”four democratic members of congress who atte






the latest: thousands in boston protest trump's order


london — the latest on president donald trump, his travel ban on seven muslim-majority countries and other immigration actions (all times local):9:40 p.m.thousands of protesters have gathered in boston to call for an end to president donald trump's order banning travelers from seven muslim-majority nations.demonstrators filled copley square in boston on sunday afternoon to protest trump's order and his pledge to build a wall along the u.s. border with mexico.protesters carried signs supporting muslims and other immigrants. one sign held by a young child said: "don't ban my grandma and grandpa."another protester took direct aim at trump with a sign that read: "your comb-over doesn't cover your xenophobia."attendees included u.s. sens. elizabeth warren and ed markey of m achusetts and boston






the latest: 16 attorney generals condemn trump's travel ban


london — the latest on president donald trump, his travel ban on seven muslim-majority countries and other immigration actions (all times local):7:40 p.m.the attorney generals of 15 states and the district of columbia are issuing a joint statement condemning as unconstitutional president donald trump's ban on travelers from seven predominantly muslim nations.the attorney generals say that religious liberty has been a bedrock principle of the country and no president can change that truth.the states taking part in the joint statement issued sunday are washington, california, new york, pennsylvania, m achusetts, hawaii, virginia, oregon, connecticut, vermont, illinois, new mexico, iowa, maine and maryland.the attorney generals say they expect trump's executive order to be struck down, but in






a feud over a text message ended with the fatal shooting of a teen. but was it r


a single text message sent by a teenager set the deadly night in motion.within hours, the 19-year-old was dead, his skull pierced by a bullet.the 2009 shooting garnered national attention and resulted in the first-degree murder convictions of two men who prosecutors say took offense to the text and killed the teen in an “execution-style” attack in a sears parking lot in north hollywood.but now those convictions have been thrown into doubt.two key eyewitnesses say they lied during the trial about what they saw the night of the killing, according to a times review of court records and transcripts.attorneys for the convicted men argue that the new evidence shows that mike yepremyan’s death was an accident and that he was s by his own gun during a struggle with one of the men. the lawyers are






a feud over a text message ended with the fatal shooting of a teen. but was it r


a single text message sent by a teenager set the deadly night in motion.within hours, the 19-year-old was dead, his skull pierced by a bullet.the 2009 shooting garnered national attention and resulted in the first-degree murder convictions of two men who prosecutors say took offense to the text and killed the teen in an “execution-style” attack in a sears parking lot in north hollywood.but now those convictions have been thrown into doubt.two key eyewitnesses say they lied during the trial about what they saw the night of the killing, according to a times review of court records and transcripts.attorneys for the convicted men argue that the new evidence shows that mike yepremyan’s death was an accident and that he was s by his own gun during a struggle with one of the men. the lawyers are