Motown Museum event to honour black family-owned businesses

Detroit’s Motown Museum is organizing an event to celebrate the entrepreneurial legacy of the Gordy family and black family-owned businesses in honour of Black History Month. The event, which is free and open to the public, is scheduled for Feb. 28 at TechTown. The program will be moderated by Paul Riser Jr., one of the […]

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Ridge overlooking St. George poised to become mini-mecca of tech companies

SALT LAKE CITY — While the explosive growth, and success, of the Utah tech sector has mostly drawn attention to companies headquartered along the Wasatch Front, the state’s southern reaches have been quietly building their own innovation energy ball and may be poised to give their northern comrades a run for their money. PrinterLogic is […]

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BYU baseball: clutch hitting, pitching leads to 10-8 win; claim of series at CSUN

Key hitting and pitching came through Monday for BYU baseball to claim the season’s first series at CSUN with a 10-8 victory. David Clawson’s two-out single drove in Brennon Anderson for the eventual winning run in the eighth inning, which enabled relievers Bo Burrup and Drew Zimmerman to secure the win and a save, respectively. […]

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North Korea tells the US it is ‘fully ready for both dialogue and war’

North Korea said it is “fully ready for both dialogue and war” with the US. State-run news agency KCNA reported Monday the US would be “naive and foolhardy” to hurt North Korea, and that the US is trying to prevent inter-Korea relations from improving. The comments seem to be a response to an interview by […]

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Our long national curling nightmare might be over: Canada’s men beat Japan

GANGNEUNG — All along, even in the midst of an uncharacteristic losing streak, Kevin Koe and his teammates insisted they were playing well enough to be medal contenders. Turns out they were absolutely right. Pyeongchang 2018 logo. ” data-medium-file=”http://wpmedia.nationalpost.com/2018/02/olympic-logos_snow_canada.jpg?w=300″ data-large-file=”http://wpmedia.nationalpost.com/2018/02/olympic-logos_snow_canada.jpg?w=400″ src=”http://wpmedia.nationalpost.com/2018/02/olympic-logos_snow_canada.jpg?w=300&h=225″ alt=”” width=”300″ height=”225″ srcset=”http://wpmedia.nationalpost.com/2018/02/olympic-logos_snow_canada.jpg?w=300&h=225 300w, http://wpmedia.nationalpost.com/2018/02/olympic-logos_snow_canada.jpg?w=150&h=113 150w, http://wpmedia.nationalpost.com/2018/02/olympic-logos_snow_canada.jpg 400w” sizes=”(max-width: 300px) 100vw, 300px”> All […]

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Trump endorses Romney for Senate bid in Utah

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump is endorsing Mitt Romney in Utah’s Senate race, another sign that the two Republicans are burying the hatchet after a fraught relationship. The GOP’s presidential nominee in 2012, Romney announced last week he would seek the nomination to replace retiring Sen. Orrin Hatch. In a tweet Monday night, Trump wrote, […]

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An Uber Eats Driver Accused of Fatally Shooting a Customer Has Turned Himself In

An Uber Technologies Inc. uber driver turned himself in after allegedly shooting and killing a customer over the weekend. Robert Bivines, 36, made an Uber Eats delivery late Saturday before witnesses said he exchanged words with and then shot the 30-year-old male customer, Ryan Thornton, multiple times. He was arrested and transported to jail Monday […]

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Flyers acquire goalie Petr Mrazek from Red Wings for two draft picks

The Philadelphia Flyers have acquired goaltender Petr Mrazek from the Detroit Red Wings for two conditional draft picks. The Red Wings will receive a conditional fourth-round pick in the 2018 NHL draft and a conditional third-round pick in 2019. UPDATE: The Detroit #RedWings have traded G Petr Mrazek to the Philadelphia Flyers for a conditional […]

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Canada’s Cassie Sharpe wins gold in Olympic freeski halfpipe

PYEONGCHANG – Canada’s Cassie Sharpe cruised to a gold medal in the ladies’ halfpipe competition on Tuesday morning, taking the lead after the first finals run and not giving it up. Pyeongchang 2018 logo. ” data-medium-file=”http://wpmedia.nationalpost.com/2018/02/olympic-logos_snow_canada.jpg?w=300″ data-large-file=”http://wpmedia.nationalpost.com/2018/02/olympic-logos_snow_canada.jpg?w=400″ src=”http://wpmedia.nationalpost.com/2018/02/olympic-logos_snow_canada.jpg?w=300&h=225″ alt=”” width=”300″ height=”225″ srcset=”http://wpmedia.nationalpost.com/2018/02/olympic-logos_snow_canada.jpg?w=300&h=225 300w, http://wpmedia.nationalpost.com/2018/02/olympic-logos_snow_canada.jpg?w=150&h=113 150w, http://wpmedia.nationalpost.com/2018/02/olympic-logos_snow_canada.jpg 400w” sizes=”(max-width: 300px) 100vw, 300px”> It was Canada’s seventh […]

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