Solano Way Headlines

  • Catherinethegreat all the way in The Schuylerville

    SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. >> After Catherinethegreat made her first two starts on a sloppy track, her connections were probably wondering how she would fare on a fast, dry surface in Friday's $150,000 Schuylerville Stakes, Saratoga's opening day co-feature. The answer turned out to be "just fine, thank you.

    @saratogiannews
  • Trump’s doing it his way

    The president still hasn’t learned that in governing, you can’t set your own hours.

    www.washingtonpost.com
  • Porn Finds A Way

    Porn is not, let’s say, difficult to find online. This prevalence and accessibility of sexual imagery on the web has prompted many parents and political figures to try and sieve the smut from screens of the youth. But a new study indicates that these efforts are largely a waste of time and money. More

    www.gizmodo.com.au
  • Mac on... way out of Brexit

    'Are you sure we're going the right way, Prime Minister?'

    Mail Online
  • 5 Ways to Style a Romper

    This summer, we're romper-obsessed. Here is how to style a romper in five ways we love this season.

    Who What Wear
  • 'Greener' ways to color clothes

    When buying a new outfit, most people don't consider the process that went into tinting that vivid red shirt or colorfully patterned dress. But dyeing clothes requires massive amounts of water, energy and chemicals. So companies are working on new ways to color textiles that are both environmentally friendly and cost-effective, reports an article in Chemical & Engineering News (C&EN), the weekly newsmagazine of the American Chemical Society.

    phys.org
  • The Latest: DeChambeau does things his own way

    Bryson DeChambeau does things his own way, getting the needle from Tiger Woods

    USA TODAY
  • The Latest: DeChambeau does things his own way

    Justin Rose's best finish at a British Open remains his tie for fourth at Royal Birkdale in 1998, when he was an amateur, and he doesn't understand why.

    www.wsmv.com
  • Seven ways to improve your balance

    Lack of balance is associated with elderly people, but deterioration can start in your 20s. Here’s how to avoid the wobbles Ageing often leads to a loss of balance, which can result in an increased risk of falls. But, as a report from the Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago shows, a lack of balance has other consequences. “A tendency to lose balance among elderly people often results in an overall reduction in the level of physical activity,” it says, “and to a decreased ability to function...

    the Guardian
  • A Better Way to Run Schools

    The New Orleans turnaround shows the power of giving more freedom to teachers and principals — and then holding them accountable for their performance.

    www.nytimes.com
  • 'Way to break up special relationship'

    US officials tell media there is "no way" Mr Trump will apologise over controversial comments on Brexit.

    BBC News
  • How to mow your lawn the right way

    Keep your lawn healthy and mow it quicker with these tips.

    CNET
  • Install your dehumidifier the right way

    From choosing the right location to ensuring proper draining, make sure your dehumidifier is set up correctly.

    CNET
  • Flying trains could be coming your way

    It sounds like something Q, the tech guy in James Bond movies, would create – a plane that lands on a runway, shrugs its wings off, turns into a train and rolls on to rails to drop you off at your local station.

    @mybroadband
  • Flying Trains Could Be Coming Your Way

    Flying Trains? (First column, 3rd story, link) Related stories:Air taxi startups got Pentagon funding... Advertise here

    Bloomberg Quint
  • Creative ways to thank teachers

    A great teacher is a gift that can last a lifetime. So how to show our thanks? Many teachers say their favorite gifts are homemade. Presents that speak to a child’s genuine feelings for the teacher…

    WTOP
  • The right way to mow your lawn

    There's more to this crucial piece of home maintenance than simply moving a mower around.

    Fox News
  • Shohei Ohtani does it, no two ways about it

    Being a one-way player in the major leagues isn’t quite as impressive as being a two-way player, as Shohei Ohtani was for the first two months of the season, when the Angels rookie wowed baseball with his pitching and hitting prowess. But it beats being a no-way player. A June 6 elbow injury will...

    latimes.com