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San Diego’s Waterfront: a driving tour

If you’ve been to San Diego, you’ve probably navigated Harbor Drive. It’s the busy street running from Point Loma to downtown that passes the airport and skirts the harbor. It makes a fine driving tour for anyone interested in architecture and California history, on land or water.

Here’s a 10-stop itinerary. To give it extra resonance, hunt down and read Max Miller’s “I Cover the Waterfront” (1932), a world-weary portrait (part Thornton Wilder, part Raymond Chandler, part Herman Melville) of this neighborhood nearly a century ago.

Start west of Lindbergh Field (the airport) with a site that launched thousands of

Commissioner Monahan reflects on the PGA TOUR in 2020

PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. – The end of the year is a time for reflection. PGA TOUR Commissioner Jay Monahan did that Thursday from his office at PGA TOUR headquarters, discussing 2020 and what’s ahead in the New Year.

This was a difficult year for all because of the coronavirus pandemic, but the TOUR was able to inspire its fans and lead professional sports back onto the playing field when it returned in June. And, despite 2020’s challenges, the TOUR was still able to generate $160 million for charity this year. It’s an accomplishment he said “we can take an

Natalie Gulbis excited for CME sponsor exemption

NAPLES, Fla. — Natalie Gulbis wasn’t aware of the response her sponsor invitation into this week’s CME Group Tour Championship had created.

Gulbis, who has missed five cuts and withdrew from another, had planned for 2020 to be her final year on the LPGA.

And CME Chairman and CEO Terry Duffy had rewarded Gulbis for helping get what became this level of an event off the ground back when he had her play in a pro-am type of event in 2005, along with some other LPGA players. That was the start of the relationship between Duffy and CME with the

Tour de France 2020: How does the Tour avoid Covid-19?

Tour de France 2020 sign in Nice
The Tour de France begins in Nice on 29 August and runs until 20 September
Dates: 29 August – 20 September
Coverage: Live text commentary on each stage on the BBC Sport website and app

The Tour de France will travel for 21 days around a whole country, passing through towns and cities and thousands of people.

Normally you would expect plenty of people along the route, packed in squares, millimetres away from the riders at the tops of climbs. Less of this will happen in 2020, a year which will go down in history for Covid-19.

This year, social

Proud Boys chairman visited White House ahead of DC election rally

  • On Saturday morning, Proud Boys chairman Enrique Tarrio posted photos taken at the White House on the social media platform Parler, saying that he accepted a “last minute invite to an undisclosed location.”
  • The posts raised questions of whether the leader of the male-only, right-leaning organization had a personal meeting with President Donald Trump.
  • The White House responded, saying that Tarrio was not invited and was simply part of a public Christmas tour.
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On Saturday morning, Proud Boys chairman Enrique Tarrio posted a photo of himself taken at the White House, saying