By Dianne de Guzman, SFGATE Updated 9:14 pm PST, Wednesday, January 23, 2019 California Governor Gavin Newsom and wife Jennifer Siebel Newsom are moving to this Fair Oaks home with more modern sensibilities, rather than taking up residence in the Governor's Mansion near the Capitol. California Governor Gavin Newsom and wife Jennifer Siebel Newsom are moving to this Fair Oaks home with more modern sensibilities, rather than taking up residence in the Governor's Mansion near the Capitol. Photo: Realtor.com Photo: Realtor.com Image 1 of / 43 Caption Close Image 1 of 43 California Governor Gavin Newsom and wife Jennifer Siebel Newsom are moving to this Fair Oaks home with more modern sensibilities, rather than taking up residence in the Governor's Mansion near the Capitol. … [Read more...] about Gavin Newsom picked this home over the Governor’s Mansion. This is what the new place looks like.
By Jennifer Wells Business Columnist Tues., Jan. 15, 2019 “Thanks General Motors. For the jobs you create, the investments you make, the communities you support and for choosing to plant your feet firmly on Ontario soil once again.” That was then-premier Dalton McGuinty in March 2005, announcing funding for the Beacon Project, celebrating what was billed as the most comprehensive automotive investment in Canadian history. The federal government tipped in $200 million, the province anted $235 million, the automaker made a $2.5-billion investment commitment and the premier sounded assured that the province’s Automotive Investment Strategy would hold Ontario’s place as a world leader in auto manufacturing and push it to the forefront of innovation. As part of the revitalization plan, GM committed to maintaining employment at an average of 16,000 jobs across a nine-year period. It is instructive to revisit the Beacon Project as a … [Read more...] about For the GM Oshawa plant, hope is not a strategy
By Jerry Rice | [email protected] | Daily BulletinPUBLISHED: January 10, 2019 at 8:37 am | UPDATED: January 14, 2019 at 3:49 pm In 2019, there are so many fun things to do in Southern California it will take 52 weeks to fit them all in. Whether you’re into art, beer and wine, classic cars, food, movies, music, sports or something else, here’s our annual guide to dozens of the best events happening during the next 12 months. Jump to a month: February | March | April | May | June | July | August | September | October | November | December JANUARY Palm Springs International Film Festival One of the largest film festivals in North America features more than 200 films from nearly 80 countries. Regular screenings continue through Jan. 13, with Best of the Fest presentations happening Jan. 14. When: Through Jan. 14 Where: Six theaters in the Palm Springs area, including Regal Cinemas Stadium 9 and Palm Canyon Theatre Tickets: $13 individual screenings, $69 for six Information: … [Read more...] about 2019 list of festivals, fairs and special events in Southern California
Angelique S. Chengelis The Detroit News Published 4:22 PM EST Jan 14, 2019 Jim Grobe described new Michigan offensive coordinator Josh Gattis, hired last week from Alabama, as an aggressive, intuitive free safety in college at Wake Forest "who just got football." Gattis was an All-Atlantic Coast Conference safety in 2005 and 2006 for the Demon Deacons and was a fifth-round pick by Jacksonville in the 2007 NFL Draft. As Grobe spoke about his former defensive standout, he could not have painted a better or clearer picture of the 35-year-old — his birthday is Tuesday — Jim Harbaugh has trusted to run the offense. “When you see Josh, tell him I love him,” Grobe said at the conclusion of a telephone interview. Grobe paused and then chuckled. “And tell him not to screw it up,” he said, laughing. Coaches are like fathers — proud, but can’t help but get in the last playful punch. Gattis hasn’t been formally introduced … [Read more...] about Coaches: Josh Gattis ‘home run’ for Jim Harbaugh, Michigan Wolverines
When a sitcom airs for nine or 10 years, the spots that the characters hang out in feel like a part of our lives, too. Thankfully, many of these places were inspired by real places that quickly became pop culture landmarks. Whether it’s the titular bar in “Cheers” or the Pawnee City Hall from “Parks and Recreation,” there are multiple spots you can check out from your favourite sitcoms. Picture this: you’ve spent 10 or 11 years watching a sitcom, and the characters truly feel like a part of your life. Wouldn’t you want to visit their beloved hang-out spots? These 10 locations were either used during filming or inspired the creators to make their own versions in their shows. Keep scrolling to see what sitcom locations you need to add to your bucket list. “Cheers” almost exclusively took place within the bar, which shared its name with the show. Cheers, of “Cheers,” was located in Boston, Massachusetts, and for most … [Read more...] about 10 places from your favourite sitcoms you can visit in real life