What’s Up South Texas!: Two women give the name ‘cat lady’ a new, productive meaning
Two ladies living at the Army Residence Community are giving the name ‘cat lady’ a whole new and productive meaning. They trap, spay and neuter neighborhood cats, strays, and feral cats before releasing them back into the community.
Sonos just announced a new soundbar for big screen TVs, betting people stuck inside watching movies will buy it
Sonos on Wednesday announced a new soundbar, called the Arc, that will replace the Playbar and Playbase in its family of TV speakers. If you're unfamiliar, Sonos makes some of the best-sounding wireless speakers on the market, which has earned it a pretty dedicated fan base. The Arc costs $799 which in normal times is about what you'd expect to pay for a good soundbar. Spence thinks so. And he thinks customers will want the Arc to improve the sound quality from their TVs as they watch more Netflix and listen to more music inside.cnbc.com
Enable beaten by Waldgeist in Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe
Frankie Dettori riding Enable (2L, pink cap) win The Qatar Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe from Sea Of Class and James Doyle (R, yellow) during the Grand Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe at Hippodrome de Longchamp on October 7, 2018 in Paris, France.(CNN) - Shock and a large dose of disappointment fell on Longchamp as favorite Enable fell agonizingly short in her historic quest for a third straight Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe. But jockey Pierre-Charles Boudot and outsider Waldgeist -- beaten three times by Enable in the past -- stormed from fourth and flashed past the green and pink silks of Dettori and Enable on the line. Gasps and groans from the packed Longchamp grandstand told the story as the Andre-Fabre-trained Waldgeist, fourth last year, dashed Enable's bid for immortality in racing circles. "The ground had a lot to do with it," a clearly devasted Dettori told a scrum of reporters after dismounting Enable in the parade wing. Waldgeist, who has won a number of big races in France including this year's Prix Ganay, is co-owned by German Dietrich von Boetticher.