Beau Lund FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailiStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — Here are the scores from yesterday’s sports events: INTERLEAGUE Final Minnesota 7 Pittsburgh 3 Final San Francisco 10 Seattle 1 AMERICAN LEAGUE Final N-Y Yankees 7 Tampa Bay 2 Final Houston 3 Baltimore 2 Final L-A Angels 3 Cleveland 2, 13 Innings Final Chi White Sox 4 Toronto 3 Final Oakland 6 Texas 2 Kansas City at Detroit 1:10 p.m., postponed NATIONAL LEAGUE Final Atlanta 7 Washington 1 Final N-Y Mets 4 Philadelphia 2 Final Arizona 3 L-A Dodgers 0 Final St. Louis 6 Milwaukee 0 Final Colorado 5 San Diego 2 NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION Final Philadelphia 115 Detroit 108 Final Orlando 105 Dallas 100 Final Miami 115 Atlanta 86 Final New Orleans 123 Memphis 95 Final Toronto 96 Boston 78 Final OT L.A. Lakers 122 San Antonio 112 NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE Final Ottawa 4 Buffalo 2 Final Chicago 4 St. Louis 3 Final Anaheim 3 Minnesota 1Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved. April 5, 2018 /Sports News – National Scoreboard roundup — 4/4/18 Written by
Trinity students have been shocked by a massive rent hike proposed by the College. Undergraduates have responded by unanimously rejecting the inflation-busting increases to their food and accommodation costs. The suggested increases would raise battels by £4 000 for a three year degree, increasing board and lodging costs by 57%. In a letter to undergraduates the head of the College, The Hon Michael Beloff QC, cites “the war in Iraq, concerns about terrorism and now SARS” as contributory reasons for the increases. In an interview with The Times newspaper on Monday, JCR President Sarojini McKenna criticized the College’s proposals and said, “these plans would change Trinity entirely for future generations.” Negotiations over battels were due to start this week. However Mr Beloff, pre-empting the discussions in a letter sent to undergraduates last Friday, stated that the College intends to phase in increases in real accommodation charges of 20%, catering charges of 40% together with 60% in the establishment charge, all above Oxford inflation. JCR Secretary Christopher Byrne said, “From the other JCRs that we have spoken to, we have by far the highest proposed increases.” In a press release sent out by the Student Union on Monday in response to the Times article, Vice President (Welfare) Andrew Copson comments, “if the domestic costs are raised in this way, students on a maximum loan will have only £2 per week to spend on essentials such as books and food.” Trinity students are incensed by the College’s plans. Sarojini McKenna told Cherwell, “we had not expected such drastic rises. Undergraduates are not a resource to exploit. To use student rents as a cushion against recessions and geopolitical crises is an irresponsible policy of College.” Mr Beloff ’s letter attracted criticism among JCR members. He defended his strategy, arguing that the College needs to increase charges to deflect criticism of elitism. Mr Beloff said, “A perception that Oxford students benefit so significantly from subsidised accommodation and food may no longer be acceptable to the wider community.” McKenna responded to this by saying, “The stigma that Oxford is the playground of the rich could within a few years become the reality. The increases could yield college £150 000, while they intend to raise hardship funds by just £10 000. Underprivileged students will be put off applying to Trinity.” The Trinity rent proposals have raised fears that other colleges may follow suit by demanding large rent increases. Mr Beloff warns, “other colleges in similar positions have reached the same conclusion” that Oxford colleges are “no longer in a position to continue subsidising student accommodation and catering costs at current levels”. Many JCR members however are worried about the wider Access implications. Byrne said to Cherwell, “College’s public Access committments in the national press will be made redundant if this massive deterrent to applications goes through.”ARCHIVE: 2nd Week TT 2003
WhatsApp The St. Joseph County 4-H Fair will return this summer Facebook Pinterest Google+ IndianaLocalNewsSouth Bend Market Google+ Twitter Facebook Soon, you’ll be hearing that famous jingle again, and getting ready for elephant ears and live music.The St. Joseph County 4-H Fair is coming back this summer, after being canceled last year due to the pandemic.The fair is planned for July 2nd through the 10th. Admission will be $5 but children 8 and under will be admitted free.You can learn more at the fair’s website, and their Facebook page. Twitter By Tommie Lee – March 8, 2021 0 249 WhatsApp Previous articleBloomberg: Mishawaka shopping center owner may file for bankruptcyNext articleDriver killed in St. Joe County last month was drunk and high, according to investigation Tommie Lee Pinterest
Facebook Elkhart Mayor Rod Roberson hosting town hall on Wednesday night WhatsApp By Jon Zimney – March 24, 2021 0 208 Pinterest Pinterest IndianaLocalNews WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+ Google+ Twitter (Photo supplied/Rod Roberson for Mayor) Elkhart Mayor Rod Roberson and City Councilman Brian Thomas will host a town hall on at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, March 24.The meeting which will also include city department leaders and will give residents an opportunity to ask questions and stay updated on what is happening in the city.The event will take place in the Council Chambers at City Hall.To join the meeting virtually, click: https://coei.webex.com/coei/j.php?MTID=me8af8e52392376cdda45c5657b379516. The meeting number is 157 067 8969 and the password is TownHall21! Previous articleDriver fleeing from police one of several involved in crash at Cleveland and Grape RoadsNext articleCulver’s opening new location in Granger Jon ZimneyJon Zimney is the News and Programming Director for News/Talk 95.3 Michiana’s News Channel and host of the Fries With That podcast. Follow him on Twitter @jzimney.
The New Mastersounds hosted another late night Jazz Fest show for the books, bringing their English-style funk outfit to the city of New Orleans during the most wonderful time of year. Another 2AM show filed into the Joy Theatre for a double set scorcher, welcoming some very special guests for the early morning tribute to the late Allen Toussaint.Lettuce/Soulive’s Eric Krasno, Dumpstaphunk’s Ivan Neville, and southern rock-soul artist Marc Broussard were billed for the “Southern Late Nights” tribute to New Orleans legend Allen Toussaint.The band started and ended the night with their original music, sandwiching the tribute with hits like “Cigar Time” and “Baby Bouncer.” Nearing the approach of sunrise, the all-stars brought a new level of funky respect to classic songs like “Sneakin’ Sally Through The Alley,” “Night People,” and “Last Train.”Check out these incredible photos from last night, courtesy of the great Jeremy Scott: The New Mastersounds will be returning to the Joy Theatre this evening with Jon Cleary and Marc Broussard. Tickets available here.The New Mastersounds @ The Joy Theatre 4/29/16:Set One: MFP, Cigar Time, Take What You Need, Dusty, Sitting On My Knees, Windjammer*, 33*, Sneakin Sally^, On Your Way+, Yes We Can%Set Two: Night People#, Hercules*, Funky Bars, Last Train=, High N Wide, T Bad, SF, Hihachi, Fancy, Upstairs, All Wrapped Up, Baby Bouncer* w/ Eric Krasno+ w/ Marc# w/ Ivan= w/ Joe^ w/ Marc & Kraz% w/ Marc & Ivan
Star Files Hamilton from $149.00 Javier Munoz Related Shows View Comments So—what makes Hamilton frontman Javier Muñoz so sexy? On a recent visit to The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, the late night host ventured to guess: “The hair? The goatee?” Leave it to Lin-Manuel Miranda’s successor to be the most humble. “There are worse things to be known as,” he said with a laugh. Muñoz went on to discuss performing for President Obama and how his personal battles with cancer and HIV have been incredibly motivating to how he chooses to tell his story—both on and offstage. Watch the full interview below, and catch the non-stop performer at the Richard Rodgers! Javier Muñoz
Broad Reach Power begins construction on 200MW of battery storage in Texas FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Greentech Media:It took a while, but the Texas grid battery market is officially heating up.Developer-owner-operator Broad Reach Power confirmed Tuesday that it has commenced construction on a pair of 100-megawatt batteries, each of which is bigger than any battery plants currently operating in Texas’ ERCOT power market. They are slated to come online next year in Mason and Williamson counties, alongside 15 smaller systems rated at 10 megawatts/10 megawatt-hours each.Houston-based Broad Reach is not alone in investing big in Texas energy storage: Developer Key Capture Energy completed three systems in the state between January and April, totaling 30 megawatts. Key Capture recently announced it will finish a 100 MW battery and two 50 MW plants in the first half of 2021. The ERCOT interconnection queue shows similarly ambitious plans from solar developers and many other energy companies.Storage developers had largely steered clear of the rough-and-tumble ERCOT market in recent years, building big in California and other places that offer long-term offtake agreements with utilities. But Texas offers benefits that the wind industry has long appreciated: relatively easy land acquisition and permitting, and a competitive market that batteries can enter without waiting for major policy changes.Broad Reach Power’s business model is indicative of what’s possible in ERCOT. The group formed barely over a year ago with backing from energy investors Yorktown Partners, EnCap Investments and Mercuria Energy. With renewable penetration increasing across the country but especially in Texas — the state has more than 30 GW of wind capacity and a rapidly growing base of solar plants — BRP wanted to tackle the challenge of matching supply to real-time demand. The firm’s backing allows it to finance projects from its own balance sheet, allowing more room to maneuver in a new market with new business models. It got to work applying them to both the high-voltage transmission interconnection queue and the distribution-level queue, which caps batteries at 10 MW.The broader story is that multiple experienced energy investors are converging on Texas simultaneously. The interconnection queue contains more than two dozen batteries that are each larger than 100 megawatts; some go up to 300, 400, even 500 megawatts.[Julian Spector]More: The race is on to build the biggest batteries in Texas
In this month’s issue of Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine, we’re hitting the water. From top paddling gear picks to river surfing in West Virginia and top trout hikes in the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic, there’s something in the April issue for everyone. Sit down with bestselling author Wiley Cash as he traces the allure of the past, with pioneering kayakers like Pat Keller and John Regan as they discuss life, death, and the pursuit of whitewater, and with professional kayaker Chris Gragtmans who just now is starting to feel recovered from a shoulder injury that nearly ended his career.DEPARTMENTSEDITOR’S NOTEA big showing for Big Ivy leads to big changes in forest management.FLASHPOINTA.T. speed record holder Jennifer Pharr Davis argues that the male-dominated outdoor industry needs to change.BRAND NEW OLD-TIMEWhy do lumbersexuals, craft brewers, and mountain musicians long for the past? asks bestselling author Wiley Cash.QUICK HITSThe A.T. Grows • Underground bike park • Marathon winner sleeps in his truckTHE DIRTRiver surfing • The biggest four letters in the outdoorsTHE GOODSGonzo kayaker Pat Keller picks his favorite paddling gear.THEN & NOWFrom Demshitz to the Brown Claw, paddling trends have evolved with the personalities that guide the sport.TRAIL MIXJedd Ferris picks the 20 best new bands.FEATURESTop Trout HikesFly fishing experts select their favorite hike-and-fish spots in Southern Appalachia.The Ragged EdgeWhy do paddlers dance with danger? Do they ever push too far? And is the juice worth the squeeze? Jess Daddio chases down answers from gonzo first-descent kayakers.Cherokee TrailsHike in the footsteps of the first people. Cherokee historian and expert Lamar Marshall shares stories and trails held sacred by the Native Americans who first wandered these woods.Long Road BackA potentially career-ending injury becomes the best thing that ever happens to elite paddler Chris Gragtmans.
10SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr continue reading » With both chambers of Congress in session this week, CUNA is engaged with a number of hearings, including financial regulator testimony on fostering economic growth. Acting NCUA Chair J. Mark McWatters will represent NCUA at the hearing, which will also bring testimony from heads of the Federal Reserve board of governors, Federal Deposit Insurance Corp., Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, and a representative of the Conference of State Bank Supervisors.The Senate Banking Committee is conducting a series of hearing on ways to foster economic growth, and CUNA testified at the first hearing earlier this month.The hearing is scheduled to begin at 10 a.m. (ET) Thursday, and will be streamed live on the committee’s website.Other hearings CUNA is engaged with this week include:
Advertisement Arsenal to announce Gabriel Magalhaes transfer after defender signs five-year contract Gabriel has impressed Arsenal scouts with his performances for Lille (Getty Images)After spending last season on loan at Saint-Etienne, Saliba is now training with Arsenal and delivered a solid performance in a pre-season friendly against MK Dons on Tuesday.Meanwhile, Goal report that Gabriel had impressed Arsenal scouts so much that he was top of their recommendation list which was submitted to the club’s hierarchy ahead of the summer transfer window.‘I feel he is among the top five dominant central defenders in Europe right now,’ Lille president Gerard Lopez said earlier this year. More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal‘His statistics, which aren’t well covered outside of France, show that his percentage for winning duels is pretty unheard of in a league that’s extremely physical.‘He’s an absolute machine, so to me, he’s well on his way – if not this year – to potentially a really big club. ‘I’m certain he’s on his way to the Brazilian national team at some point.’Follow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. For more stories like this, check our sport page. Metro Sport ReporterThursday 27 Aug 2020 9:01 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link6.6kShares Lille centre-back Gabriel Magalhaes is heading to Arsenal (Getty Images)Arsenal are set to announce the signing of Gabriel Magalhaes this week after the Lille defender signed a five-year contract, according to reports.The Gunners have already completed a deal to sign Willian on a free transfer from Chelsea this summer but Mikel Arteta is keen to strengthen his squad even more ahead of the new season.Gabriel had attracted interest from several clubs including Manchester United and Napoli but Arsenal won the race and have agreed a €30 million (£27m) deal with Lille.According to Fabrizio Romano, Gabriel has now completed his medical with Arsenal and has put pen to paper on a five-year deal.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTArsenal are now planning to officially announce their new signing before the end of the week.Gabriel is expected to form a new-look partnership alongside William Saliba at the heart of Arsenal’s defence. Comment Advertisement