This might be one of the best goals I've ever seen. Certainly, one of the best Manchester United goals of all time. This thunderbolt from Antonio Valencia, United's makeshift right back-turned-one-of-the-best-right-backs-in-England, set the tone for his team's 4-0 win over Everton on Sunday. It was, without question, more impressive than his last Premier League goal - last year's goal against Middlesborough where Victor Valdes got his one (and only) assist for Manchester United.
I was going to write a review of The Verve's 20th anniversary reissue of its classic album, "Urban Hymns," but what's the point? I love the album and it's still one of my favorites. In fact, I make it a point to listen it all the way through at least a few times a year. I love this album so much that it's almost impossible for me to be objective about it. It would be like trying to review "The Godfather."
So I figured I'd write this instead.
I've always loved this song. And it's especially relevant after the day I've had.
With political and social strife at the highest they’ve been in generations, several movement lawyers from the 1960s and ’70s believe they can use their life experience to educate and inspire today’s social activist lawyers and demonstrators.
I got the opportunity to host this month's episode of "Asked and Answered." I interviewed attorney and activist Paul Harris about his work stretching back to the 1960s. Harris, one of the radical “movement lawyers” featured in the cover story for the August issue of the ABA Journal, spoke about his work defending high-profile clients like Huey Newton, Leonard McNeil and others.