Marleau to have No. 12 retired by Sharks, first to get honor from team

Patrick Marleau will have his No. 12 retired by the San Jose Sharks on Feb. 25, 2023, before a game against the Chicago Blackhawks at SAP Center in San Jose. The forward, who will be the first Sharks player to receive the honor, played 21 seasons for San Jose and is its leader in games … Read more

[B-SIDE Podcast] Satellite imagery and food security

Follow us on Spotify BusinessWorld B-Side In this B-Side episodeAlice G. Laborte, a senior scientist at the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI), explains to BusinessWorld reporter Patricia B. Mirasol how satellite imagery can make the farming industry more resilient, especially in the face of climate change. TAKEAWAYS Satellite imagery generates data on crop yield and … Read more

What the Marble Arch Mound architects did next: a skyscraper shaped like Albania’s national hero Architecture

WWith his distinctive aquiline nose and magnificent flowing beard, Albania’s national hero, Skanderbeg, has long been a familiar presence in the country’s streets and squares. The 7ft warrior king known as the Dragon of Albania, slayer of the Ottoman Turks, is celebrated in numerous monuments and reliefs, his imposing stature and fiery eyes keeping watch … Read more

Top 5 fantasy football stacks: Is Kansas City still the top monopoly to roster?

Every draft season in leagues that reward the most points either on a weekly or seasonal basis, the first question you should ask is, “Where are the QB/WR/TE stacks with the most upside?” Maybe that’s the second question. The first, for the uninitiated, is, “Should I stack?” Let’s look at DFS for an answer. Teams … Read more

Dodgers’ bats go cold as 12-game winning streak ends in loss to Royals

Dodgers right fielder Mookie Betts fields a run-scoring single by Kansas City’s Vinnie Pasquantino during the third inning of the Dodgers’ 4-0 loss Sunday. (Reed Hoffman/Associated Press) The Dodgers finally encountered something as hot as they’ve been — Kauffman Stadium in the afternoon August sun. At 90 degrees with oppressive humidity, the air was as … Read more