Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPROVO, Utah (AP) — Yoeli Childs scored 24 points and grabbed 14 rebounds to lead BYU to an 85-65 victory over Oral Roberts on Thursday night.Childs entered the game needing 16 points to reach 1,000 for his career. He became the 51st player in program history — and the 15th under BYU coach Dave Rose — to reach the milestone. Childs hit a 3-pointer with 11:15 to play to surpass 1,000.Jahshire Hardnett added 16 points on 6-of-11 shooting, one point shy of a career-best, for BYU (3-1). Freshman Connor Harding added 10 points off the bench.Kaelen Malone and Kevin Obanor scored 12 points apiece to lead Oral Roberts (1-4).The Cougars closed the first half on a 20-8 run to build a 43-31 halftime lead. Harding sparked the surge with a 3-pointer and had eight points. BYU opened the second half with an 11-4 spurt and cruised from there. November 15, 2018 /Sports News – Local Childs surpasses 1,000 points; BYU beats Oral Roberts 85-65 Tags: BYU Cougars Basketball/Yoeli Childs Associated Press
FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailAdam Glanzman/Getty Images(JUPITER, Fla.) — Florida prosecutors said on Wednesday that they intend to release police surveillance video from a spa at which New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft and two dozen other men have been charged with soliciting prostitution.The video would be released in response to public records requests in the cases of two women who are accused of facilitating the alleged prostitution at the Orchids Of Asia Day Spa in Jupiter.Under Florida’s so-called “Sunshine” law, any records made or received by any public agency in the course of its official business are available for inspection, unless specifically exempted by the Florida LegislatureKraft could not be immediately reached for comment. Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved. Beau Lund Written by April 17, 2019 /Sports News – National Fla. prosecutors set to release police video of Patriots owner Robert Kraft inside spa
MoGas owns an approximately 263-mile FERC-regulated interstate natural gas pipeline system serving the St. Louis area and central Missouri Image: MoGas Pipeline announces open season. Photo: Courtesy of LoggaWiggler from Pixabay. MoGas Pipeline, LLC (“MoGas”), a wholly owned subsidiary of CorEnergy Infrastructure Trust, Inc., today announced an open season to solicit interest in firm transportation capacity on its interstate natural gas pipeline in Missouri and Illinois. Non-binding expressions of interests are due from interested customers by 5:00 p.m. Central Time on Dec. 13, 2019.MoGas is considering an expansion of the capacity of its natural gas pipeline system to approximately 200,000 dekatherms per day (Dt/day) from its current capacity of 125,000 Dt/day.Based on the timing of required permitting and construction activities, MoGas expects that the natural gas pipeline expansion would be operational in the fourth quarter of 2020.MoGas owns an approximately 263-mile FERC-regulated interstate natural gas pipeline system serving the St. Louis area and central Missouri, which delivers natural gas to both investor-owned and municipal local distribution systems. MoGas has pipeline receipt and delivery interconnects with Rockies Express Pipeline LLC (REX), Panhandle Eastern Pipe Line Company, LP (PEPL) and Enable Mississippi River Transmission, LLC (MRT).“We are conducting this open season to solicit shipper interest for firm transportation service to the MoGas MRT interconnect in the east, as well as delivery points in the western portion of our system. Through our receipt points, MoGas shippers have access to natural gas produced in the Rocky Mountain, Marcellus, Arkoma and Gulf Coast regions,” said Rick Kreul, President of MoGas Pipeline, LLC. “Depending on interest, MoGas may install a parallel pipeline, or ‘looping,’ in the northwestern part of our system to provide up to 75,000 dekatherms per day of additional capacity from the REX and PEPL interconnections. We are also open to discussions on further expansions of capacity at similar rates if shippers show interest.” Source: Company Press Release
Back to overview,Home naval-today MARCOM holds tactical level mine countermeasure exercise View post tag: Mine-Countermeasures View post tag: MARCOM March 14, 2016 Authorities MARCOM holds tactical level mine countermeasure exercise NATO’s Maritime Command gathered 160 participants from 19 countries, including Partnership for Peace (PFP) countries Finland and Sweden, for the annual two-week long Allied Maritime Command (MARCOM) tactical-level Mine Counter Measure (MCM) Command Post Exercise (CPX) which started March 7.The exercise is hosted by the Belgium-Netherlands Naval Mine Warfare School EGUERMIN and supported by the collocated NATO Naval Mine Warfare Center of Excellence.The main objective is to improve the capabilities of NATO forces to integrate and respond to a crisis where waterborne mines are a threat by testing MCM forces’ abilities to operate in the littorals and clear the sea ways for other maritime forces to safely conduct operations.Royal Norwegian Navy Captain Svein Kvalvaag, the exercise director, said: “One of the most important take aways from this exercise is multinational engagement. During this exercise we encourage nations to mix and collaborate.”This year’s training audience includes personnel from Standing NATO Mine Counter-Measures Group 1 (SNMCMG1) and the group’s incoming commander. The annual NATO exercise, designed to test naval mine counter-measures (MCM) tactics and procedures, is facilitated by a team of MARCOM staff officers, naval mine warfare experts, and scientists from NATO and PFP nations. This year the exercise also includes extensive media training.Similar to NATO live exercises, DME16 is supported by an in-stride reconstruction, analysis, and debriefing process. Three senior naval mine warfare officers provide daily feedback, allowing exercise participants to adjust and improve their performance the following day.MARCOM Deputy Chief of Staff –Plans, Portuguese Navy Commodore Joao Aresta, said: “The exercise provides an excellent opportunity for NATO and our Partner Nations’ MCM experts to strengthen their ability to operate in a controlled training environment to practice sustained MCM in realistic dynamic and challenging situations.”“This exercise series also fosters an ongoing exchange of information and lessons learned between our incoming and previous SNMCMG leadership, enhancing our ability to efficiently ensure the safety of the sea ways for maritime operations and manoeuvres. We are actively seeking options to offer this training in locations in the southern region in future in order to expand the opportunities for this valuable training to be conducted.”[mappress mapid=”17764″] Share this article
Lady Margaret Hall is introducing a variety of new measures to improve welfare facilities available to students.This follows concerns that current mental health provision, both at the college and across the University, has not been reaching out to the most vulnerable, after the suicides of two students in the last year.Karen Clarke, JCR Female Welfare Officer, said, “People involved with welfare throughout the college, from the JCR up to the top of the SCR, are concerned about certain members of the college becoming isolated and so we are generally seeking to make college life and all welfare facilities open to all.”A new mentoring system has been put in place in order to help Freshers tackle t
By Matt KoellingDue to the amount of time passed by, plus myriad of line-up shifts, in the fifty-seven years since The Temptations first signed to Motown, it was easy to head into Monday night’s sold-out show at the Ocean City Music Pier with tempered expectations. This is, after all, a group whose many trials and tribulations, along with personnel changes, made for a network television mini-series in 1998. The lone surviving member of the group’s original line-up, baritone Otis Williams, is the author of a 1988 autobiography that NBC’s The Temptations was based upon.The most memorable line from that four-hour TV event was troubled lead-singer David Ruffin coldly declaring “ain’t nobody coming to see you, Otis”. Ironically, almost fifty years after Ruffin’s firing from the group, and twenty-five since his tragic demise, people are still coming out to see Otis. Or perhaps more accurately, they’re coming out to see The Temptations, in whatever form they can get.It was just after 7 PM, on a beautifully sunny and mild evening on the boardwalk, when the 2017 incarnation of The Temptations, along with the Temptations Orchestra, took the stage while instructing five generations of fans in attendance to “Get ready, ‘cause here I come”. Almost immediately this reporter realized that any reservations he might’ve had, about what level of show The Temptations were bringing to the stage nowadays, were unfounded. Despite the lack of participants from the group’s “Classic Five” era, the stage was still littered with veteran show-business talent, ready to give the people what they wanted.This included a sprinkling of appropriate covers during different portions of the soul-revue styled show: Bob Marley’s “Stir It Up” to blend in some beach-inspired positive vibrations, McFadden and Whitehead’s “Ain’t No Stoppin’ Us Now” as a nod to the born-nearby Philadelphia sound, “Old Man River” with Otis reprising the vocal first sung by Paul Robeson on Broadway as a tribute to the struggles and sacrifices made by their ancestors, and even the chanted chorus from Sly and The Family Stone’s “Sing A Simple Song” late in the proceedings to galvanize some wordlessly passionate crowd participation.Still, the main draw was all the classic cuts this group has brought to the popular music cannon. How many acts have added more classic records to the Great American Songbook than The Temptations? That list is very short, if there’s even any act on the list at all. To hear so many of them, performed with reverence, in staggering succession, can feel a bit overwhelming in the best sense of the word.You don’t get to be onstage, on a show billed as The Temptations, if you can’t sing or play at the highest level. Monday night was further proof of that fact. Former Tower of Power lead singer Larry Braggs did yeoman’s work in the lead tenor slot. Ron Tyson, whose first appearance in the “Eddie Kendricks” role came on live TV back in 1983 at Motown 25, continues to hold those falsetto notes for three decades and counting. Terry “Babyface” Weeks, who sung lead on the group’s last two hits in their late-90’s renaissance, showed on “Stay” why he had been tapped to replace ailing-from-throat-cancer late-great lead singer Ali-Ollie Woodson. The quintet is then filled out capably by relative newcomer, circa 2002, former George Harrison and Dolly Parton collaborator, Willie “Always Clean” Green on bass.While the fellas up front didn’t miss a step, in their trademark matching jackets, much of the heavy musical lifting continued to be done by The Temptations Orchestra, led by musical director/producer/arranger McKinley Jackson, who first came to fame by doing the same for fellow Motown legend Marvin Gaye. Jackson came out on occasion from his stage-left perch to animatedly implore the seven-piece horn section to give a bit more, plus added to Braggs’ crowd work with some dancing of his own. Adrian Williams’ guitar dutifully brought Detroit funk to “Papa Was a Rolling Stone” and some prescribed psychedelia to “Cloud Nine”.The hits were seemingly endless. You know all of these songs, and it felt like they played them all. “The Way You Do the Things You Do” got the crowd shimmying in their seats early, but “Ain’t Too Proud to Beg” was the first to get them standing up and dancing. Braggs channeled some of Ruffin’s vocal pain on “I Wish It Would Rain”. Tyson found his way towards Kendricks’ dreamy high lead on “Just My Imagination (Running Away with Me)”. By the time the group got around to performing “The Temptations National Anthem”, aka “My Girl”, the capacity crowd was standing and swaying their hands back and forth above their heads.Filing out shortly after the set closer, a fiery “I’m Losing You”, with a wide smile on her face, was Philadelphia-raised, long-time Ocean City seasonal resident Donna Gamber. Having seen Gamber earlier in the evening, escorting an 87-year-old woman she’d met seated nearby out to the aisle for a dance, we asked for her thoughts on the show, even though her answer was readily apparent before doing so. “They’re always great. I’ve been going to see The Temps since the Sixties, when they were playing the Uptown Ballroom in Philly and the Steel Pier in Atlantic City.” When bringing up her dance partner, Gamber was quick to exclaim, “wasn’t she amazing, that woman was 87!”, further marveling at founder Otis Williams, managing to be onstage for two hours “still doing all the steps, at 74”.While it may be nostalgia that first draws these fans inside the door, the end result of an event that manages to honor this legendary group, on a night like this, becomes something more. Regardless of whether you never have before, or like Donna Gamber have done so countless times, the next time The Temptations are coming in your Jersey shore direction, go shower them with love and affection.
Donations of non-perishable foods are currently being accepted at the Ecumenical Council Food Cupboard.The Council is also accepting frozen turkeys, turkey breasts and small canned hams.The Food Cupboard is open Monday through Friday, 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.It is located in the alley behind St. Peter’s Methodist Church at Eighth Street and Central Avenue.In addition to food items, monetary donations are also accepted.Checks made be payable to: Ocean City Ecumenical CouncilP.O. Box 1001, Ocean City, N.J. 08226 All donations will go to the Ocean City Ecumenical Council Community Food Cupboard.
Good Bread is Back- a contemporary history of French breadSteven Laurence KaplanAmerican historian Steven Kaplan traces the French bread-baking tradition, from the 18th Century right through industrialisation of the breadmaking process to the craft bakery revival of the 1990s, which was spurred on by government intervention.Kaplan also offers a personal account of how to assess the quality of French bread from the ideal crust and crumb, to mouth feel and aroma.
A new television series set to air this year will crown the best bakery from across the country.Britain’s Best Bakery, due to air on ITV1, is a new 20-episode series of hour-long shows, which will see 36 UK bakeries battle it out in a range of bakery-related challenges.Businesses will go head-to-head in a ‘First Impressions’ round, where judges Mich Turner, owner of the Little Venice Cake Company, and TV chef Peter Sidwell, visit the bakeries and examine the skills of front-of-house staff, as well as the quality of the premises and product range.A second round called ‘The Speciality Bake’ will see the bakeries produce a speciality product, while the final ‘Baker’s Dozen’ stage will test how well they can make 13 identical bakes of the judges’ choice in a competition lasting three hours.Three bakeries will be shortlisted during the four-week long series to compete in a grand finale.The first episode will focus on bakery businesses from Dorset and Somerset, featuring Mark Bennet and his wife Emma from their patisserie in Poole, alongside Steve Oxford of Oxfords Bakery in Sherborne.Duncan Glendinning, owner of the Thoughtful Bread Co in Bath, which has recently reached its £55,000 investment target to open its first bakery and patisserie shop, will also appear in the first show of the series.Britain’s Best Bakery has been created by TV production company Shine.
Burton’s Biscuit Company is expanding its range of Maryland Choc Chip Cookies with the launch of Maryland Crispies. The Maryland Choc Chip Cookie range, which Burton’s claims is the nation’s favourite cookie, is expanding with two new Crispie variants, Choc Chip & Coconut and Choc Chip & Caramel.Launching in Tesco, both have an RRP of £1.15 (145g x 20 SRP), featuring 10g cookies “which combine the excitement of large cookie flavour experience with a light, crisp texture”, according to the company.David Costello, head of category and shopper management at Burton’s, said: “In recent years there has been an explosion of new flavours and textures within large cookies, but there has been much less innovation in more permissible, smaller cookies.“Innovative Maryland Crispies provide a very different texture and flavour experience, but in an everyday 10g cookie, to meet everyday treating occasions.”The launch follows the recent introduction of Maryland Cookie Bites, “chocolate enrobed cookie bites in a pouch format”, targeted at the growing sharing occasion.