‘The Devil All the Time’ shows the devil in everyone

Share: A crooked cop, serial-killer lovers, and church corruption are all balled up into Netflix’s thriller movie “The Devil All the Time”. The film is based on the novel of the same name by Donald Ray Pollock and interlocks parallel narratives across multiple years. The complexity of the characters and numerous deaths reel’s one in and has us rooting for the good guy who, at the same time, isn’t really the good guy. Follow:

World Athletics organization cites science without knowing the science?

Share: Olympic 800-meter champion Caster Semenya lost her appeal against the Swiss Federal Tribunal (SFT) which will allow the World Athletics organization to ban Semenya from defending her title unless she takes testosterone suppressing medication. The argument that testosterone gives Semenya an unfair advantage is an argument built on inaccurate scientific studies and begs the question, is it fair for all or some? Semenya was born with no advantages than any other hard-training athlete. Follow:

PCC’s Ure finds new home in San Rafael

Share: It was an incredibly hot day in November, and the sun shined heavily on Robinson stadium. The sweat dripping from the Lancers’ forehead painted a portrait of the game’s intensity as the Lancers battled the undefeated Falcons of Cerritos College. At the end of the first half, the Falcons tied the score 2-2. But now it’s the final minute of the game and the Lancers scored again. PCC went on to defeat Cerritos 4-2. The perfect ending to a season. It was Adam Ure’s …