Flyers get hammered by Bruins' top line for second consecutive loss
There was a rather humorous exchange between NBC analysts Keith Jones and Mike Milbury last season in which Jones asserted that Sean Couturier was the Flyers’ most important player. Milbury disagreed, making an argument for Jake Voracek. “Well,” Jones said flatly, “you’re wrong.” For the record, an argument could be made that it's either Couturier or Carter Hart, but after a second consecutive loss at Boston, the argument for Couturier got a lot stronger. Patrice Bergeron and Brad Marchand each had two goals as the Bruins sent the Flyers back to Philadelphia with an ugly 6-1 loss. Even Hart, w...
The Philadelphia Inquirer
Julius Randle, RJ Barrett propel Knicks over Magic on MLK Day
It was about as crisp as wet toilet paper and as stylish as bowling shoes, but the Knicks will take the victory. Clutch layups by Julius Randle and RJ Barrett in the final minute, along with a series of mishaps from Aaron Gordon, secured the Knicks’ victory over the Magic at the Garden on MLK Day, 91-84. Randle personified the slopfest for most of the game by shooting just 5-for-19, but the Knicks top star came alive down the stretch with seven points in the final 93 seconds. His big bucket broke a tie with 57 seconds left, when Randle got the ball in isolation, spun on the defender in the pai...
New York Daily News
Nancy Bush Ellis, sister of ex-President George H.W. Bush, dies at 94 from COVID complications
Nancy Bush Ellis, the sister of former President George H.W. Bush, has died from COVID-19 complications. She was 94. “We are sad to share that President Bush’s beloved sister, Nancy Bush Ellis, has passed away,” the George & Barbara Bush Foundation announced. “Our condolences and prayers are with the Ellis and Bush families as we remember a remarkable woman who brought joy and light to the world.” Alexander Ellis III, her son, told the New York Times that Bush Ellis died at an assisted living center in Concord, Massachusetts, of COVID-19-related complications. She had been hospitalized in Dece...
New York Daily News
Nationwide Restaurant Spending Is Only Down 1%
Restaurant spending only down 1% in 2020, according to new data study Q3 2020 hedge fund letters, conferences and more 2020 has been an incredibly trying time for restaurants with all of the shutdowns, but recent data from a study done by TOP Data and Zenreach shows it’s not as bad as people may think. Overall nationwide restaurant spending is only down 1% from where it was in January 2020. In fact, many states have seen an increase in restaurant spending since the pandemic started. Q3 2020 hedge fund letters, conferences and more The States Where Restaurant Spending Has IncreasedHere’s the to...