12 Interactive Toys For Your Playful French Bulldog

This post contains affiliate links. Read more here. You love your Frenchie, and your Frenchie loves you. Your Frenchie also loves toys. Lots of them. If you’re looking for the best toys for French bulldogs, look no further—we’ve rounded up some of our favorites, with a little of everything to match the temperaments of these grunty and tough cuties, including toys that focus on interaction with humans or other dogs and comforting toys for pups Read more…

A first time for everything in SEC softball history

9 hours ago SEC Staff Photo: SEC Photo The Southeastern Conference has set a standard of excellence in the sport of softball. The SEC programs continue to achieve a number of firsts since the sport began in the league in 1997. Here is a look back at the first times when softball programs throughout the SEC achieved successes in conference history: First Pitch Feb. 8, 1997 at 4:01:13 p.m. ET – Stetson at Florida Florida’s Read more…

When Your Cats Are in It Together: 10 Best Cat Litters for Multiple Cats

This post contains affiliate links. Read more here. Most cat parents agree that the best cat litter is the one your cat is happy to use. But if you have more than one kitty, the answer to that may be a little more complicated. An important part of my own litter box strategy was finding a litter that could stand up to visits from one, two, three—and more—kitties. Finding the best cat litter for multiple Read more…

Why Using Cellphones To Trace The Pandemic Won’t Save Black Lives

from the connecting-the-pandemic-to-the-protests dept Caught between COVID-19 and cop violence, and now risking their health to protest these conditions, Black communities need a comprehensive anti-racist public health response to this growing pandemic. Instead, some U.S. states are investing in apps to contain the virus. George Floyd died, unable to breathe, with Officer Derek Chauvin’s knee pressed into his neck for almost nine minutes. According to the full autopsy report released by the victim’s family, Mr. Read more…

Burrow, Harris named Roy F. Kramer Athletes of the Year

12 hours ago SEC Staff Photo: SEC Staff BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – LSU football athlete Joe Burrow and South Carolina basketball player Tyasha Harris have been named the 2019-2020 Roy F. Kramer SEC Male and Female Athletes of the Year by a vote of the league’s athletics directors, Commissioner Greg Sankey announced today. “The SEC is proud to honor Joe and Tyasha as the recipients of this year’s Roy F. Kramer Athletes of the Year,” said Read more…

Software fix for Sonos Arc bass bug is on the way

If the woofers on your new Sonos Arc sound like they’re about to pop during moments of intense bass, you’re not the only one. Luckily, Sonos says the bass problems on its new soundbar can be fixed with a software update. A Sonos rep told TechHive that the software patch could arrive by next week. Here’s the full statement from Sonos (which has also been posted to the company’s community forum): We have identified a Read more…

Even with Second COVID Wave Looming, Genius Cuomo OKs U.S. Open Tennis

Things are bad when Nicholas Kyrgios is the voice of reason when it comes to restarting tennis.Photo: Getty Leave it to Nicholas Kyrgios, the bad boy of tennis, to suddenly become the voice of reason. Advertisement The hot-tempered Australian, known as much for smashing rackets, berating fans, and quitting on the court as he is for beating then-number one Rafa Nadal at Wimbledon in 2014, chimed in on Twitter the other day, expressing his discontent Read more…

Senator Thom Tillis Seems Really Pissed Off That The Internet Archive Bought A Record Store To Make Rare Recordings Accessible

from the what-kind-of-monster…? dept Senator Thom Tillis (or perhaps some staffer in his office who is desperate for a job as a legacy copyright industry lobbyist in his next job) really seems to have it in for the Internet Archive. Beyond trying to rewrite copyright law to make it favor the legacy players even more than it already does, and beyond telling copyright experts that they shouldn’t even dare think of commenting on the state Read more…

Hogs were on the rise after slow start to 2020 season

6 hours ago Arkansas Athletics On the heels of back-to-back trips to the College World Series for the first time in program history, the 2020 season was poised to be a memorable one for the Arkansas Razorbacks and head coach Dave Van Horn. Entering his 18th season at the helm of his alma mater, Van Horn and his staff had put together a strong mix of veterans and rising underclassmen set to defend the SEC Read more…

What Can I Give My Dog for Anxiety?

This post contains affiliate links. Read more here. Not a substitute for professional veterinary help. Dealing with dog anxiety? Barking, destructive tendencies, obsessive-compulsive chewing, going potty indoors—these behaviors can quickly make you crazy, and aren’t fun for your pup, either. Since it’s not practical to spend all of your time soothing your high-strung canine, we’ve rounded up some techniques, remedies, and secret weapons to help your anxious dog. From massage to training tips and even Read more…