The Nov. 5 column [“Under Siege: Our Right to Vote”] about the right to vote is somewhat bedeviled by the accompanying headline, which says in part that voter fraud is a myth.The body of the editorial says “there were extremely few instances of non-citizens voting in 2016.” It can be argued there were more than a few instances but if there were a “few,” then it is real. And if it’s real, it is not a myth.Many races at many levels are close, so even a “few” fraudulent votes can negate the will of the citizens.David OchsePorter’s CornersMore from The Daily Gazette:EDITORIAL: Urgent: Today is the last day to complete the censusEDITORIAL: Thruway tax unfair to working motoristsEDITORIAL: Find a way to get family members into nursing homesEDITORIAL: Beware of voter intimidationGov. Andrew Cuomo’s press conference for Sunday, Oct. 18 Categories: Letters to the Editor, Opinion
How Dodgers pitcher Ross Stripling topped the baseball podcast empire Right-handed pitcher Walker Buehler will start for the Dodgers and will have Clayton Kershaw available in the bullpen, according to Dodgers manager Dave Roberts. There is no other option for the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Milwaukee Brewers but to go all in for Game 7 of the NLCS at Miller Park.Scouting report | Updates: In-game box score | Pitching matchup |The Brewers started right-handed pitcher Jhoulys Chacin, but brought in hard-throwing left-hander Josh Hader to begin the third inning.Christian Yelich hit a solo homer in the first inning for Milwaukee, while the Dodgers’ Cody Bellinger responded with a two-run homer in the second. Fire danger is on Dave Roberts’ mind as Dodgers head to San Francisco Dodgers hit seven home runs, sweep Colorado Rockies Dodgers’ Max Muncy trying to work his way out of slow start Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Related Articles Cody Bellinger homer gives Dodgers their first walkoff win of season Follow along for live updates of Game 7 in the National League Championship Series between the Dodgers and the Brewers. Our reporters are covering the game at Miller Park when gates open until the final postgame interview.Trouble viewing on a mobile device? See full stream.
Here’s everything you need to know about Sunday’s episode of “The Last Dance,” including the air time, channel and episode trailers.What time does ‘The Last Dance’ air today?Episode 5: 9 p.m. ETEpisode 6: 10 p.m. ETEpisodes 5 and 6 of “The Last Dance” will air at 9 p.m. and 10 p.m. on ESPN on Sunday, May 3. The series’ final four episodes will air May 10 and May 17.What channel is ‘The Last Dance’ on?TV channel: ESPN, ESPN2 (censored version)Live Stream (U.S.): WatchESPN, ESPN appAll episodes of “The Last Dance” will air on ESPN with a censored version simulcast on ESPN2. A live stream is also available in the U.S. on WatchESPN and the ESPN app.’The Last Dance’ Episodes 5-6 trailerThis weekend’s episodes of “The Last Dance” will address several topics, one of which is Jordan’s last game in Madison Square Gardens as a Bull. He scored 42 points while wearing a 14-year-old pair of ‘Chicago’ Air Jordan 1s that were a size too small.”By halftime my feet are bleeding, but I’m having a good game, I don’t want to take them off.”In his final game at MSG as a Bull, MJ put on 14-year-old ‘Chicago’ Air Jordan 1s that were a size too small. He dropped 42. #TheLastDance pic.twitter.com/KQMP2G4Ajg— ESPN (@espn) April 28, 2020 Another one of the major topics to be discussed is the marketing revolution of “Air Jordan,” which dominated the 90s and changed the way athletes brand themselves. With everyone cooped up in their homes during the coronavirus pandemic, ESPN’s “The Last Dance” documentary series on Michael Jordan could not have come at a better time, filling older basketball fans with a sense of nostalgia and teaching younger fans about the rise of one of the most iconic athletes of all time.”The Last Dance” has become a must-watch live viewing event, with pretty much everyone except Ken Burns tuning in each Sunday. Last weekend the documentary had everyone on Twitter freaking out about Dennis Rodman and his relationship with Carmen Electra. This weekend’s episodes, based on the trailers, appear to tackle a myriad of topics ranging from Jordan’s marketing revolution to inner-locker room tensions with Horace Grant during the Bulls’ championship run. Is it next Sunday yet? 🐐🐍Episodes 5-6 can’t come soon enough. #TheLastDance pic.twitter.com/ouovDTmy20— NBA on ESPN (@ESPNNBA) April 27, 2020If you watch until the end of the above trailer, it also teases the meeting between Jordan and Kobe Bryant, who died tragically in January. Bryant’s interview for the documentary is expected be aired in one of Sunday’s episodes.’The Last Dance’ TV scheduleTwo new episodes of “The Last Dance” will air on ESPN each Sunday until May 17, 2020. The two previous parts of the documentary series can be watched before the new episodes premiere. For example, on Sunday, May 17, Episode 7 and Episode 8 will re-air at 7 p.m. and 8 p.m. ET before the premieres of Episode 9 and Episode 10.Netflix will roll out episodes in similar fashion for international viewers with two new parts hitting the streaming service following the live showings in the U.S.ESPN (United States)DatePartTimeApril 19Episode 19 p.m. ETApril 19Episode 210 p.m. ETApril 26Episode 39 p.m. ETApril 26Episode 410 p.m. ETMay 3Episode 59 p.m. ETMay 3Episode 610 p.m. ETMay 10Episode 79 p.m. ETMay 10Episode 810 p.m. ETMay 17Episode 99 p.m. ETMay 17Episode 1010 p.m. ETNetflix (International)DatePartTimeApril 20Episode 112:01 a.m. PTApril 20Episode 212:01 a.m. PTApril 27Episode 312:01 a.m. PTApril 27Episode 412:01 a.m. PTMay 4Episode 512:01 a.m. PTMay 4Episode 612:01 a.m. PTMay 11Episode 712:01 a.m. PTMay 11Episode 812:01 a.m. PTMay 18Episode 912:01 a.m. PTMay 18Episode 1012:01 a.m. PT