Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Television Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Television | James Holzhauer Is Dominating ‘Jeopardy!’ But What’s Life Like After the Show? Advertisement Supported by ByNiraj Chokshi April 30, 2019 James Holzhauer is officially “Jeopardy!” royalty. Not only has he come to dominate the list of highest single-game payouts, but Mr. Holzhauer has also become only the second contestant to earn more than $1 million in regular-season play. For some contestants, winning might usher in 15 minutes of fame and a small, unexpected windfall. But for players like Mr. Holzhauer, securing records, fame and big winnings can be transformative, creating opportunities and providing a level of financial security unthinkable to many Americans. We caught up with a few “Jeopardy!” stars to ask them how their time on the show affected … [Read more...] about James Holzhauer Is Dominating ‘Jeopardy!’ But What’s Life Like After the Show?
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Tent-hunting at REI, Jackie Von Feldt and her friends lamented that they choke inside booming Denver and were preparing an escape. They wanted peace, and calming views, with room to roam and starlit night coolness they could savor in silence. So they pored over an array of ultra-light shelters for a trip into Colorado’s mountain wilderness that, hopefully, wouldn’t entail too much traffic. “You definitely have to leave the city. I wish it wasn’t like that,” said Von Feldt, who grew up in Wichita, where a carefully platted park gave residents a natural oasis. “It just feels hectic being in the city,” she said. “You cannot get that detachment from the chaos.” Von Feldt is caught in a green-space crunch that is hurting Americans as cities grow denser, more paved over and more crowded. Denver epitomizes this diminishment of nature in the city, a trend worldwide with 55 percent of humanity living in urban areas and a projected 2.5 … [Read more...] about As development eats away at Denver’s green space, the “city within a park” is becoming a concrete metropolis
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Rice exports set to pick up in Q1 2019 Rice exports are predicted to thrive during the first quarter of 2019 as regular importers are giving positive signs, according to a Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development source. Rice exports to regular importers such as the Philippines and Indonesia will soar in the first quarter of 2019 as both have recently been hit by natural disasters. The Agro Processing and Market Development Authority made the prediction at a press conference on January 22. The conference briefed expectations of farm produce exports during 2019, reported the news outlet Vietnam Economic Times. The authority stated rice exports to regular importers such as the Philippines and Indonesia will soar in the first quarter of 2019 as both have recently been hit by natural disasters. As many as 166 Filipino companies have made plans to import 1 million tons of rice, of which many have been ordered from Vietnam. This move came after the Philippines lifted its import … [Read more...] about BUSINESS NEWS IN BRIEF 26/1
Updated 2:50 pm PST, Sunday, January 20, 2019 In this Dec. 21, 2018 photo, Parker Alley, 7, flies a at Four Winds-Cuatro Vientos Park, in the Westwood neighborhood in Denver. Large areas of Denver overhauled to sustain an exploding population now are so built up and paved over that residents rapidly are losing contact with nature. Excluding the undeveloped area around the airport, nearly half the land in Denver's city limits is now paved or built over — up from less than 20 percent in the mid-1970s, a Denver Post analysis of city and federal data found. And that figure could approach 70 percent by 2040. (RJ Sangosti/The Denver Post via AP) less In this Dec. 21, 2018 photo, Parker Alley, 7, flies a at Four Winds-Cuatro Vientos Park, in the Westwood neighborhood in Denver. Large areas of Denver overhauled to sustain an exploding population now are so ... more Photo: RJ Sangosti, AP … [Read more...] about Green space disappearing from the ‘city within a park’