RICHFIELD, Utah-Grady Thompson posted 25 points, 14 rebounds and 7 assists on 8-10 shooting as the Manti Templars hammered Providence Hall 74-56, earning their 20th win of the season Thurday during the 3-A boys state quarterfinals at the Sevier Valley Center. Marcus Sherwood posted 24 points on 10-18 shooting for the Patriots in the loss. Manti next advances to the 7:30 pm Friday semifinal. RICHFIELD, Utah-Bayli Heap amassed 15 points and 10 rebounds and the Juab Wasps got past Judge 48-44 Thursday in the 3-A state girls quarterfinals at the Sevier Valley Center. Teya Sidberry amassed 32 points and 14 rebounds in defeat for the Bulldogs. Juab next plays in the 5:50 pm semifinals Friday against the vaunted Emery Spartans, the top-ranked team in 3-A, currently sporting a 23-0 record. Girls Basketball RICHFIELD, Utah-Emmett Hinck posted 15 points on 3-5 shooting and 5-7 at the foul line off the bench as the Richfield Wildcats routed Judge 58-43 Thursday during the 3-A boys state quarterfinals at the Sevier Valley Center. Keldon Anderson added 13 points and 9 rebounds for the Wildcats. Mac Tarver netted 21 points and 5 rebounds in the loss for the Bulldogs. Richfield next faces Emery Friday at 9:10 pm in the 3-A state semifinals at the Sevier Valley Center. Boys Basketball RICHFIELD, Utah-Alexa Lord netted 23 points and the Richfield Wildcats routed the Carbon Dinos 51-27 Thursday in the 3-A state girls quarterfinals at the Sevier Valley Center. Abbie Saccomanno had 7 points in defeat for the Dinos, as the Wildcats limited them to 23.7 percent shooting on the night. Richfield next faces Grantsville in the Friday afternoon semifinals at 4:10 pm. Tags: Emmett Hinck/Judge/Keldon Anderson/Mac Tarver/Richfield/Sevier Valley Center 2-A Girls Quarterfinals @ Weber State 3-A State Quarterfinals @ SVC 2-A Boys Quarterfinals @ Weber State RICHFIELD, Utah-Tyson Hurd amassed 15 points on 6-11 shooting as the Morgan Trojans used a 20-11 run in the 3rd Quarter to overpower South Sevier 48-37 Thursday in the 3-A boys state quartefinals at the Sevier Valley Center. Tyson Chisholm led the Rams in defeat with 15 points and 8 rebounds on 8-10 at the foul line in the loss. South Sevier plays Providence Hall at 12:50 pm Friday in the consolation bracket and Morgan meets Manti Friday at 7:30 pm in the first of two boys semifinals. MILFORD, Utah-Brooklyn Syrett led the way with 10 points and the Bryce Valley Mustangs edged Milford 31-29 in non-region girls basketball action Thursdsay. Kinsley Williams and Preslee Barnson had 9 points apiece in the loss for the Tigers. Non-Region OGDEN, Utah-Isaiah Adams netted 16 points and 11 rebounds and Rowland Hall outlasted Beaver 40-37 in the 2-A state boys quarterfinals at the Dee Events Center Thursday. Ky Brown posted 14 points and 7 rebounds in the loss for the Beavers. Beaver next plays Enterprise at 12:50 pm in the consolation bracket Friday. OGDEN, Utah-Brittlyn Carter led the way with 13 points as Beaver routed Altamont 52-23 at the Dee Events Center Thursday in the 2-A girls quarterfinals. Beaver next faces Enterprise Friday at 5:50 pm in the state semifinals. FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmail3-A State Tournament OGDEN, Utah-Brinley Cornell led the way with 18 points and Kanab routed Wasatch Academy 64-44 in the 2-A girls quarterfinals at the Dee Events Center Thursday. Nataly Dunka had 18 points in the loss for the Tigers. Kanab next meets North Summit Friday at 4:10 pm in the state semifinals. February 21, 2019 /Sports News – Local Prep Sports Roundup: 2/21 OGDEN, Utah-Sam Orton amassed 26 points and 8 rebounds as the Kanab Cowboys edged North Summit 51-48 Thursday in the 2-A state boys quarterfinals at the Dee Events Center. Parker Brown had 22 points in the loss for the Braves. Kanab next faces Parowan Friday at 9:10 pm in the state semifinals. RICHFIELD, Utah-Madison Fields posted 23 points and 10 rebounds on 10-12 shooting as the Grantsvilile Cowgirls outlasted South Sevier 63-58 in the 3-A state girls quarterfinals Thursday at the Sevier Valley Center. Mackenzie Jones posted 19 points in the loss for the Rams. South Sevier is in action at 11:10 am Friday in the consolation bracket against Carbon. OGDEN, Utah-Kennady McQueen amassed 22 points, 11 assists and 9 rebounds as the North Summit Braves downed Millard 64-53 Thursday in the 2-A girls quarterfinals at the Dee Events Center. Rylee Miller had 16 points and 6 rebounds in the loss for the Eagles. Written by Brad James
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A letter sent round to new graduate students by Christ Church’s Graduate Common Room (GCR) has been attacked by members of the Facebook based group for the student magazine Cuntry Living, for trivialising the consent workshops it was describing.The message, in the listing for workshops in ‘TheOldÆdesian,’ the GCR’s newsletter, read, “Consent is a thing now. Apparently it hasn’t always been (see Ancient Rome), but now it is. In a somewhat pleasant irony, you must attend, whether you consent to or not. But fear not, the atmosphere will be cordial and there will be delicious nibbles. GCR 3:00”Alice Nutting, an undergraduate at Exeter, commented, “I thought the wording of the newsletter was really insensitive as it appeared to trivialise the subject of consent and drew a bizarre comparison between having to attend a sexual consent workshop and being raped. It was also misleading as it didn’t stress that anyone can leave at any time, for any reason. The newsletter was screenshotted and discussed at length on Cuntry Living and the general reaction was one of horror and disgust.”Lucy McDonald, another undergraduate, said, “To imply that being forced to attend a sexual consent workshop (which is not happening anyway – the workshop at Christ Church is voluntary) is in anyway analogous to being raped is not ‘ironic’ or funny. The misogyny and general lad culture at Oxford is intimidating enough as it is, and now new students are being given the impression that their student body doesn’t care at all about sexual violence. It’s disgusting.”However, when contacted by Cherwell, the GCR President replied, “I would like to be absolutely clear that the topic of sexual consent is no joking matter in Christ Church. The inclusion of a joke by the writers of the newsletter was certainly not intended to trivialise the issue of consent, but was inappropriate and ill-judged nevertheless.“I would like to apologise unreservedly on behalf of the entire GCR committee, and hope that anyone who attends the consent workshops on Friday will see how seriously they are taken by all members and peers. Committee members have put in a lot of effort to ensure that these workshops are held in the first place, and by choosing to conduct them compulsorily during 0th week, our hope is to provide a safe space where members can evaluate and further their understanding of consent, and also to encourage community-wide conversations.”Meanwhile, Jordan Black, the original author of the text, commented, “The newsletter was written and edited in close conjunction with people of all genders, including survivors. These workshops are designed to spark a positive and productive discussion about consent, and in that light I would like to make it absolutely clear that the joke in question was not intended to trivialise the issue, but rather to highlight just how overdue these workshops are.”He added, “I worked to bring these workshops, which are currently completely optional for Oxford college common rooms, to the Christ Church GCR to make it clear from the outset that the issue of consent is taken extremely seriously.”
The league is tentatively set to begin on April 15. Rosters and league fees are due April 10. There will be a mandatory meeting for all managers and coaches on April 11 at 7:30 p.m. at 597 Broadway (between 27th & 28th St.).Games will be played weekdays at 7:30 p.m. at Veterans Stadium. If you have any questions, call Pete Amadeo at (201) 858-6129 or email [email protected] The Division of Recreation has begun registration for the Senior Division of the Women’s Softball League. The fee for the Sr. Women’s Softball League is $300 per team. The fees collected will go towards the costs of running the program. The fee is non-refundable.Girls attending elementary school or having just completed elementary school are ineligible. Rosters of up to 20 players may be submitted at the City Hall Parks Office any weekday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Rosters must be complete with name, address and telephone number of all players.
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SETLIST: Phish | CoreStates Spectrum | Philadelphia, PA | 12/3/97SET 1: Punch You In the Eye > My Soul, Drowned, The Old Home Place, Gumbo > Also Sprach Zarathustra > You Enjoy MyselfSET 2: David Bowie -> Possum > Jam -> Prince Caspian > Frankenstein > Harry HoodENCORE: Crossroads Late 1997: what a time to be alive for Phish fans. With the band at the peak of their technical and improvisational abilities, virtually every one of Fall Tour ’97’s 21 dates–collectively referred to as “Phish Destroys America”–can be singled out as a career highlight for the band. Their performance at Philadelphia’s CoreStates Spectrum arena on this date was no different. Coming off a similarly stellar show at the same venue the previous night, Phish delivered an absolute gem for the Philly faithful. After a blistering “Punch You In the Eye” opener, the band gave a tight rendition of Clifton Chenier blues staple “My Soul”.Watch Phish Play Their Longest Jam Ever In Worcester, Twenty Years Ago [Video]While “Punch”>”My Soul” served as a high energy, if somewhat textbook opening segment, the “Drowned” that followed was far from standard fare. The band took the Mike Gordon-sung The Who cover for a funktastic 16-minute ride that stacks up with some of the tour’s best pieces of improv. With Page McConnell leading the way for much of the song’s structure, the jam morphs into an all-out dance party, with each member of the band connecting on seemingly telepathic levels. This “Drowned” is the epitome of the sound that’s become the hallmark of ’97 Phish– “cow funk”–a moniker inspired in equal parts by the existing “cowpunk” sub-genre, the baffling number of cows in the band’s home state of Vermont, and a quote from Trey in Richard Gehr‘s The Phish Book: “What we’re doing now is really more about groove than funk. Good funk, real funk, is not played by four white guys from Vermont. If anything, you could call what we’re doing cow funk or something.” The top-notch first set continued with flawless takes on “The Old Home Place” and “Gumbo”, before the band sent the show to halftime with a fantastic “2001”>”You Enjoy Myself”.The show’s second frame kept up the energy that highlighted the impressive first set, as the band patiently works through an extended intro (including pieces of “Charge!”, “Take Me Out To The Ballgame”, and “Baby Elephant Walk”, and a Simpsons signal, taboot) before going Type-II for a captivating major key jam clocking in at over 26 minutes in length. “Possum” came next, followed by a funky “Jam” segment that bled beautifully into “Prince Caspian”. The rest of the set was Phish feeling good, with Page laying down the groove for “Frankenstein” before closing it out with a beautiful “Harry Hood”.The band had one more trick up their sleeves for the encore, as they busted out a cover of blues classic “Crossroads”, originally by Robert Johnson and popularized by Cream. With that, Phish bid farewell to Philadelphia, and hit the road through the midwest for a soon-to-be legendary weekend run.You can watch both sets in their entirety below, courtesy of YouTube user Tyler Penn:Set 1:Set 2:  Simpsons signal. Unfinished.NOTES: Drowned included a Couldn’t Stand the Weather jam. 2001 contained Super Bad teases from Trey. Bowie was preceded by a Charge! tease, included Take Me Out to the Ballgame and Baby Elephant Walk teases, a Simpsons signal, and was unfinished.[Cover photo via LivePhish, from MSG 12/29/97]
On Wednesday, the Recording Academy’s Producers & Engineers Wing held its annual Grammy Week celebration in Los Angeles, in celebration of Willie Nelson being their 2019 honoree. The 85-year old country music icon is the 11th artist to be recognized by the Producers & Engineers Wing. Past honorees include Neil Young, Jack White, T Bone Burnett, Alicia Keys, Nile Rodgers, and Swizz Beatz.Currently more than 6,000 professionals comprise The Recording Academy Producers & Engineers Wing, which was established for producers, engineers, remixers, manufacturers, technologists, and other related creative and technical professionals in the recording field. This organized voice for the recording community addresses issues that effect the craft of recorded music, including the development and implementation of new technologies, technical guidelines and recommendations, and archiving and preservation initiatives.Willie’s sons Lukas Nelson and Micah Nelson were on hand to honor their father, as Lukas and Micah first worked through a take on “Crazy” featuring Dave Matthews. The all-star cast then moved into a heartfelt rendition of “Living in the Promiseland”, inviting Willie to join them on his soulful 1986 tune. Willie, Lukas, Micah, Dave, and the house band ended the medley with “On The Road Again”, leaving every person in attendance amazed at Willie’s sharpness and strength at his wise old-age.Watch some of last night’s performance in honor of Willie Nelson below:Willie Nelson, Lukas Nelson, Micah Nelson, Dave Matthews & More – “Living in the Promiseland” / “On The Road Again”[Video: Lyndsey Parker]Lukas Nelson & Dave Matthews – “Crazy”[Video: Lyndsey Parker][H/T Rolling Stone]
View Comments Laura Osnes Tony nominee and Broadway.com Audience Choice Award winner Laura Osnes will star in an upcoming workshop presentation of Somewhere in Time, the Broadway-bound musical based on the Richard Matheson novel and film of the same name. The tuner features music by Doug Katsaros, lyrics by Amanda Yesnowitz and a book by Ken Davenport. Dan Knechtges will direct and choreograph. The workshop performances are set to take place on February 13, 2015.Osnes made her Broadway debut in Grease, and has since starred in South Pacific, Anything Goes, Bonnie and Clyde and Cinderella. She also appeared in the off-Broadway revival of The Threepenny Opera and the Encores! concert production of Faust earlier this year. Additional casting will be announced later.Somewhere in Time follows Richard Collier, a young playwright who has an encounter with a mysterious old woman on the opening night of his earliest success. Several years later, he checks in to a storied hotel from his youth. But his stay turns into a journey of a lifetime as he unravels history to discover a powerful (but perhaps impossible) love with Elise McKenna (Osnes), an elusive and captivating actress from the early twentieth century.The musical received its world premiere in May of 2013 at Oregon’s Portland Center Stage. The Scott Schwartz-helmed production starred Andrew Samonsky, Hannah Elless, Marc Kudisch and David Cryer. Star Files
Johnny Carson’s former Malibu home. Picture supplied: Coldwell Banker Global Luxury and Hilton & HylandAn entertainment level leads to an outdoor lounge and there is a media room and bar plus a wine cellar.The main bedroom takes up the entire second floor of the home. It has his and her bathrooms, walk-in wardrobes and two separate offices. Johnny Carson’s former home. Picture supplied: Coldwell Banker Global Luxury and Hilton & HylandThe home was designed by architect Ed Niles and sits on well manicured grounds, at Point Dume.It may only have two bedrooms but it comes with a big price tag.It has panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean and coastline along with beach access. Directly across from the main grounds, is a waterfall, Koi pond and saltwater pool.There is a tennis court on the property which a Coldwell Banker spokesman said Carson had frequently used.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this homeless than 1 hour agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investorless than 1 hour ago 6962 Wildlife Rd, Malibu, which was once home to Johnny Carson. Picture supplied: Coldwell Banker Global Luxury and Hilton & HylandThe home was designed in 1978. It has a double triangle shaped living room, and a 30-foot high glass ceiling.There is a sunken indoor copper and glass fireplace in the living room which flows into an upper lounge area and an Asian-inspired bar. The former home of Johnny Carson at Malibu. Picture supplied: Coldwell Banker Global Luxury and Hilton & HylandChris Cortazzo of Coldwell Banker Global Luxury and Linda May of Hilton & Hyland are marketing the estate. Inside the luxurious home. Picture supplied: Coldwell Banker Global Luxury and Hilton & HylandThe home has most recently been owned by Sidney and Caroline Kimmel.Mr Kimmel is the Founder of Jones Apparel Group and Sidney Kimmel Entertainment which has produced movies including The Kite Runner and Moneyball. The estate, which was once home to US television entertainer Johnny Carson has been listed for sale.THE home of the late comedy legend Johnny Carson has hit the market with a price tag of more than $104 million (AUD).The Malibu oceanfront estate was home to Carson for nearly 20 years and has now been listed for sale for the first time in a decade through Coldwell Banker Global Luxury and Hilton & Hyland.
MORE: Karmichael Hunt lists Brisbane home The family kept the property after Crisafulli lost his bid to win his Townsville seat in the 2015 election. MORE: Darren Palmer reveals the colour of 2019 David Crisafulli is now Member for Broadwater on the Gold Coast with fresh issues such as derelict houseboats sinking in the Broadwater. Picture: Genevieve Faulkner. The man many political insiders believe could be the next leader of the Queensland Liberals is keeping a foot in his old electorate, despite settling comfortably into the Gold Coast.Former Townsville deputy mayor and Mundingburra MP David Crisafulli had moved to the Gold Coast after losing his seat in the 2015 elections, but rose again in the 2017 election as the Broadwater MP.Now Queensland Shadow Minister for Environment, Science and the Great Barrier Reef, Mr Crisafulli has decided to hang on to a three bedroom lowset investment property in Townsville currently registered under his wife Tegan. The Crisafulli investment home in Townsville is up for rent. More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus14 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market14 hours ago The property is up for rent at $220 a week.The Condon property is up for rent at $220 a week and available for tenancy now.It was listed by Townsville agency Northern Realty West End as “a great home for a small family” with “a large fully fenced yard which is close to nearby schools, public transport, sporting fields and shops”. It’s also airconditioned with security screens throughout.The family moved to a four bedroom waterfront home on Hope Island in mid 2015 after the former QLD Minister for Local Government lost his seat along with several members of Campbell Newman’s government. FOLLOW SOPHIE FOSTER ON FACEBOOK