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National Photo Editor, Hearst Newspapers Online

Chris Preovolos likes eating and he likes bocce. He is also the national photo editor for Hearst Newspapers online.

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Chris Preovolos likes eating and he likes bocce. He is also the national photo editor for Hearst Newspapers online.

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What was your first job as a journalist?

Photojournalist at the Advocate in Stamford, Conn.

Have you ever used a typewriter?

Heck yeah, we had them in typing class at school a Vallejo Middle School. Never in actual, real life though.

Who's your favorite fictional journalist?

Paparazzo from La Docle Vita.

It’s here: Bad Lip Reading’s ‘NFL 2015′

blog.timesunion.com — Today's your lucky day sports fans, Bad Lip Reading has released their 2015 compilation of hilarity after pulling down over 28 million views in l ast year's video. There really isn't anything more to say other than, you gotta watch the video:

Video of pizza delivery guy getting harassed sparks online outrage

blog.timesunion.com — Delivering pizza in the dead of winter in the Northeast isn't anyone's idea of fun - especially when harassment from ungrateful customers comes with the gig. In a video first uploaded to Youtube (which was subsequently pulled down and posted to Live Leak ), a delivery guy from Palace Pizza in Westport, Massachusetts gets called back to meet a customer at an car dealership to return what he thought was a $7 tip.

Play ‘Oregon Trail,’ thousands of other classic MS-DOS games online for free

blog.timesunion.com — If you haven't died of dysentery lately, boy are you're in luck. Internet Archive has resurrected the classic MS-DOS game " Oregon Trail " and 2,400 other games and programs and published them online for free play thus sending Gen Xers everywhere into a pixelated nostalgia overdose.

Play ‘Oregon Trail,’ thousands of other classic MS-DOS games online for free

blog.timesunion.com — If you haven't died of dysentery lately, boy are you're in luck. Internet Archive has resurrected the classic MS-DOS game " Oregon Trail " and 2,400 other games and programs and published them online for free play thus sending Gen Xers everywhere into a pixelated nostalgia overdose.

Audi’s driverless car heading from Bay Area to Las Vegas for CES

blog.sfgate.com — Audi is touting it's driverless " Piloted Driving " technology, launching their A7 Sportback prototype on a trek from Palo Alto, California to the Las Vegas for International CES 2015. Audi, Volkswagen and the Center for Automotive Research at Stanford University jointly developed the "piloted" technology, which was first displayed in tests with an Audi TTS on the Bonneville Salt Flats in 2009.

Video: Justin Bieber falls off a skateboard

blog.timesunion.com — Newsflash, Justin Bieber was in New York and he fell off a skateboard while being videotaped. And now back to your regularly scheduled programming. Get your schadenfreude here:

TV reporter raps ‘Alphabet Aerobics’ on live newscast

blog.timesunion.com — Kim Powell, a local television news reporter at KWES in Midland, Texas inadvertently drops some Blackalicious on air. It's been 15 years since the Sacramento rap duo released "Alphabet Aerobics" on their A2G album but apparently the hip hop tongue-twister lives on as a vocal exercise - at least for this reporter.

Viral video: Car cuts off tractor-trailer in Connecticut

blog.ctnews.com — We have all seen examples of what happens when trucks and cars collide on the interstates in Connecticut, but an amazing video recorded this month illustrates just how crazy it can get out there.

Kate Upton named ‘Sexiest Woman Alive’

blog.timesunion.com — Model Kate Upton was been named the "Sexiest Woman Alive" at the first PEOPLE Magazine Awards show Thursday night. The award was an honor for Upton-and her baseball player boyfriend, Justin Verlander, to whom People Magazine reports she said "you're welcome" for being sexy. For Upton's younger brother, though, the moment was a bit awkward.

Columbia Law letting students postpone exams due to traumatization from Ferguson and Staten Island non-indictments

blog.timesunion.com — As the effects of protests ripple across the country after the non-indictments of two white police officers who were responsible for killing unarmed black men some institutions are taking action. Columbia Law School is allowing students to postpone exams as part of a "recognition of the traumatic effects these events have had on some" students.
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Jan 23, 2015

@BikerEntourage the views are a AMAZING. No real vehicle traffic other than lots of bicycles. Can't go fast, but beautiful.

Jan 17, 2015

@BikerEntourage you tweeted the other day to a link about a road up to the summit of Mount Diablo. Doing it now! pic.twitter.com/n3EGI1Orgd

Jan 15, 2015

@vjotimesherald All the stories in the feeds on the mobile site are over a day old and the link to the full site doesn't work. Help!

Jan 12, 2015

@thechrisgale @stamadvocate Yes, Chris, I'm keeping an eye on the seismic activity in Connecticut safely from San Francisco…

Jan 08, 2015

@bikerentourage I think I will put this one on the list for next week.



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