Tags: Jordan Clarkson/NBA/Utah Jazz January 17, 2021 /Sports News – Local Clarkson helps Jazz to 5th straight, beat Nuggets 109-105 FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailDENVER (AP) — Reserve Jordan Clarkson scored 23 points, Donovan Mitchell added 18 and the Utah Jazz beat the Nuggets 109-105 in a rematch of their thrilling first-round playoff series last season that Denver captured in seven games.Rudy Gobert finished with 15 points and 13 rebounds in a game in which Mitchell struggled with his shot, going 7 of 20 from the field. But Mitchell hit a clutch fadeaway with 1:01 remaining and with Denver staging a late rally. He also had seven assists as the Jazz won their fifth straight game.Nikola Jokic finished with 35 points, 14 rebounds and nine assists, while Jamal Murray chipped in 30 for the Nuggets. Written by Associated Press
FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail The goal of Evansville HydroFest™ is to provide world-class entertainment in a safe and comfortable setting for all. To make the event as enjoyable as possible, organizers of this Labor Day Weekend’s Evansville HydroFest™ are urging race fans to be aware of the following:Riverside Dr. in downtown Evansville will be CLOSED to all traffic beginning at 9:00 am CDT Monday, August 28th from Court St. (next to Tropicana Hotel Casino) to Cherry St. (across from the Evansville Museum). The closure will enable set up of all the facilities needed for this world-class event. Riverside Dr. will re-open Tuesday at 9:00 am, September 5th. Please schedule travel plans accordinglyAll United States Armed Forces Veterans will be admitted to Evansville HydroFest™ FREE! Just show a valid Military ID at one of the four Admission Gates. Organizers thank you for protecting our freedom, so all can enjoy this event.Admission Gates are located on Riverside Dr. at:Court St., Main St., Cherry St., and Waterworks Rd. They will open at 8:00 am CDT Friday, Saturday, and Sunday September 1st, 2nd, and 3rd. Admission Wristbands will be available for $10 at all gates.You CAN bring coolers to Evansville HydroFest™. They should be no larger than 12″x12″x12″ and contain NO glass. Anheuser Busch products will be available for sale at very fair prices on the Riverfront at several locations.What You CANNOT BringGuns – Pets – Skateboards – Bicycles – Scooters – Drones – Fireworks – Tents – Shade UmbrellasViewing AreasThe permanent concrete bleachers on the lower level of Dress Plaza WILL be open for seating! And, at no additional cost! Seating will be on a first come – first served basis. You can bring blankets and chairs, but tents/shade umbrellas are NOT allowed here. Food and refreshments, including beer, will be conveniently close by. Toilets will also be adjacent to the area.Four Choices for Viewing the Hydroplane ActionIn the Bleachers. Blankets and chairs ARE allowed, but NO tents/umbrellas.On the Riverside Dr. sidewalk, overlooking the Pits and Racecourse. Blankets and chairs ARE allowed, but NO tents/umbrellas. There will be some corporate tents here.On the Greenway, from the Four Freedoms Monument to Waterworks Rd. Blankets and chairs ARE allowed, but NO tents/umbrellas.On the Ohio River from a pleasure boat. See below for details.BoatersBoaters, per the United States Coast Guard, the Ohio River will be closed to all traffic from 7:30 am CDT to 5:30 pm CDT on Friday September 1st, Saturday September 2nd, and Sunday September 3rd. Please plan accordingly.Pleasure boats WILL be able to enjoy the non-stop racing action from two locations. Upriver from the racecourse, and downriver from the racecourse. There will be a clearly visible line with buoys. This area will be patrolled to keep everyone safe and at the proper distance.Boaters, you are not required to, but organizers would certainly appreciate your purchase of a $10 Admission Wristband for everyone 13 and over on your craft. This helps defray the cost of a world-class event. Remember, your wristband also admits you to the live concerts on Friday and Saturday at Tropicana’s Outdoor Events Plaza, so it’s a great value! Your consideration is appreciated.Parking and Viewing for Attendees with DisabilitiesThere will be free parking in an area reserved for attendees with disabilities. The lot will be located on Main St. between First St. and Second St. Also offered will be a raised viewing area for race fans in wheelchairs. Those wishing to sit in the designated section are asked to use the Main St. Admission Gate near Old National Bank. A $10 Evansville HydroFest™ Admission Wristband is required.$10 Admission WristbandsThe $10 Admission Wristband admits ages 13 and up to all three days of racing. Ages 12 and under are free. For those 21 and above, the Wristband includes admission to the Concert & Beer Garden at Tropicana’s Outdoor Events Plaza, Friday and Saturday, 6:00 pm to midnight.Purchase Admission Wristbands at all six Evansville-area Schnuck’s stores, nine Heritage Federal Credit Union locations, the Evansville Museum of Art, History and Science, and SWIRCA until August 31st. Starting September 1st, Admission Wristbands will be available at Riverside Dr. Admission Gates: Court St. attended by CASA, Main St. attended by SWIRCA, and Cherry St. attended by the Evansville Museum Guild. For each $10, the non-profit group earns $2 to further its positive impact on our City.Evansville HydroFest™ is presented by Evansville Events, Inc., a 501c3 non-profit entity of the Evansville Convention and Visitors Bureau. Bob Warren is Executive Director. Serving on the Executive Organizing Committee are Vernon Stevens, President of Southern Business Machines and Randy Lientz, President of AXIOM. Warren, Stevens, and Lientz all reside in Evansville.
Ashers has acquired another bakery business as well as signing a supply agreement with Tesco.The Nairn-based 10-shop chain has purchased Smillies of Elgin for an undisclosed sum. Employing 35 people, Smillies operates a bakery and two shops in Elgin, as well as an outlet in Lossiemouth. The firm also supplies wholesale.Ashers’ joint-MD George Asher said: “It’s a good business with a good product which gives us another 20% on our sales. It will be run as a self-contained business and will continue to trade under its existing name.” Smillies’ previous owners will not stay with the new set-up.Ashers moved to a new bakery in Nairn some five years ago, since when it has acquired three shops.Mr Asher also confirmed that his company had concluded a regional supply deal with Tesco for bread and morning goods.
new penalties for those targeting lasers at vehicle operators come into force today laws seek to protect passengers and operators from growing concern of lasers 5 years in prison and unlimited fines now an option for worst offenders Media enquiries 020 7944 3021 Lasers, used recklessly, can have very serious, potentially fatal consequences. This government has toughened up the law to crack down on this dangerous behaviour. These new laws offer greater protection for operators and passengers alike against irresponsible and reckless laser use. The public needs to recognise that lasers are not toys and shining one at an aircraft endangers all those on board and anyone on the ground. The police now have greater powers, and anyone caught could face 5 years in jail. This legislation removes the need for police officers to establish proof of intention to endanger so people will find it much harder to hide behind the claim they ‘did it by accident’. If you have bought a laser for your kids or have one that you don’t really need, we suggest you take the batteries out and throw it away. It’s not worth you, or someone close to you, getting a criminal record for the sake of what is mistakenly believed to be a toy. Aviation, Europe and technology media enquiries The tough new legislation was introduced in December and latest figures show the number of laser aviation incidents fell in March to the lowest levels since 2009.Head of Flight Safety at BALPA, Dr Rob Hunter said: New laws introducing tough penalties for people who target vehicles including train, planes, cars and boats with lasers come into force today (10 July 2018).The Laser Misuse (Vehicles) Act means that offenders will face much tougher penalties of up to 5 years in prison, an unlimited fine or both.The act also expands the law to protect air traffic controllers carrying out important flight navigation work to keep people safe.And police and law enforcement now have more powers to catch and prosecute offenders as there is no longer a need to prove intention to endanger a vehicle.Baroness Sugg, Aviation Minister, said: Out of hours media enquiries 020 7944 4292 Switchboard 0300 330 3000
Since the launch of the brand in 2009, Genius has come a long way, expanding its product range and customer base and becoming one of the UK’s biggest gluten-free brands.However, after the company recalled 25 products for containing gluten, analysts are asking the question; what is next for Genius?British Baker looks back at the highs and lows of Genius- scroll through the timeline below to see the brand’s journey so far.
This week British Baker met Michel Roux Jr – two-star Michelin chef, TV star, and, as we discovered, passionate baker.We caught up with Michel Roux Jr on the Bridor stand at Hotelympia in London. His connection with French bakery specialist Bridor is a longstanding one, and he was keen to tell us all about why he enjoys being involved with the company.But he was also keen to talk about his love of patisserie, pastries and, in particular, bread – be it a Chelsea bun, a sourdough loaf, or a classic old-fashioned bake.He offered advice for those wanting to get started in the baking industry, and also talked about the very topical sugar debate – and what it means for the future of patisserie.
Just a couple months ago, Dave Matthews Band hit the John Paul Jones Arena in their hometown of Charlottesville, VA, bringing out new songs, Prince tributes and so much more to celebrate their 25th anniversary. Today, we’ve learned that TBS will be airing some of that footage as part of their “State Farm Neighborhood Sessions” series, which highlights special performances.The show itself raised thousands for local charities, and saw DMB kick off their summer tour in a big way. Though the television special will only be an hour long (and thus will not cover the whole show), it will be an excellent way to celebrate the DMB!While the exact air date of the episode is not yet known, we’ll be sure to keep you posted on this great special.
In a recent Q&A post on Neil Young‘s Neil Young Archives (NYA) website, the 73-year-old rock icon revealed that he will be getting back into the studio with Crazy Horse for a recording session.In the Neil Young Archives’ Letter To The Editor section, a fan named Ken asked Neil,If you can swing Tuscaloosa, Homegrown, a new album in the fall and NYA Vol. 2 for Xmas that would be great. A splendid year indeed. I love the stuff from the Archives, but there has always gotta be room for new work too.Young responded,KEN, Crazy Horse is about to enter the studio with 11 new ones. The current lineup of Crazy Horse finds Neil Young alongside bassist Billy Talbot, drummer Ralph Molina, and guitarist Nils Lofgren. Next month, Neil Young will open up his solo tour with Promise of the Real at Vancouver, BC’s Queen Elizabeth Theatre on May 14th. The tour was initially scheduled to open up on the following night, May 14th, prior to the recent addition of a second show. Elvis Costello will offer up a guest set at both performances in Vancouver.A note from Young reads,I can’t wait to play in Vancouver again at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre where I started my first solo tour of Canada in 1971. The tour took me to Massey hall and the recording of ‘Harvest’ a few weeks later. Making these shows extra special is my old friend Elvis Costello doing guest sets each night. Elvis’ songs and his history in music are amazing. These will truly be incredible nights of meaningful music for our music loving fans.A fan pre-sale for Neil Young Archives subscribers is currently underway for the new May 14th show.
Sophomores Charlotte Edmonds, Maria Leontaras and Mary Steurer and junior Natalie Weber will help oversee The Observer’s Editorial Board next year, incoming Editor-in-Chief Kelli Smith announced Sunday.Edmonds will take on the Managing Editor position, while Leontaras, Steurer and Weber will all serve as Assistant Managing Editors. All four women will officially begin their new roles March 18.Edmonds, a sophomore living in Pasquerilla West Hall, is finishing her term as Associate Sports Editor. Originally from Oklahoma City, Edmonds is majoring in history with a minor in business economics. Edmonds began her time with The Observer in the News department but has since moved to Sports, covering a variety of different teams over the past year, including Notre Dame fencing, football and women’s basketball.“I’m looking forward to continuing to develop The Observer and ensuring it’s serving and informing the tri-campus community,” Edmonds said. “Working alongside our staff members and Editorial Board is such an honor, and I think we’re fully equipped to navigate the year ahead.”Weber is a junior who previously served as News Editor, and is currently studying abroad in Puebla, Mexico. Weber has written about the University’s response to the Catholic Church’s sexual abuse crisis, the experience of low-income students on campus and the presence of bats in various dorms. A Colorado native, Weber is majoring in English, with minors in journalism, ethics and democracy and computing and digital technologies. On campus, Weber lives in Cavanaugh Hall.“I’m excited and honored to be a part of this team,” Weber said. “The Observer has played a significant role in my college experience, and I look forward to our plans for the coming year.” Leontaras, a sophomore at Saint Mary’s, is pursuing a student-designed major in interactive journalism with minors in Italian and mathematics. From Crown Point, Indiana, she is completing her term as Associate Saint Mary’s Editor. Leontaras has covered various events on the College’s campus, including former College President Jan Cervelli’s resignation and lectures from acclaimed visiting authors.“The Observer is a great platform to bring the tri-campus community together, and it’s an honor to be able to work alongside such qualified and passionate student journalists,” Leontaras said. “I am looking forward to contributing to the paper’s legacy.”Steurer is a sophomore computer science engineering major minoring in Journalism, Ethics and Democracy. Steurer currently serves as News Editor, and during her time at The Observer has written about topics such as the Waddick’s renovation, the Columbus murals and, most recently, the student government elections. Originally from St. Louis, Steurer currently lives in Howard Hall.“I’ve loved working for The Observer since I first joined my freshman year,” she said. “This paper means so much to me and I can’t wait to start this new adventure.”Tags: Observer editorial board, Observer editors, The Observer
View Comments Enjoy Supergirl’s Broadway FlavorPremieres October 26 on CBSSupporting Broadway’s best means going beyond the stage. No, we don’t mean doing James Earl Jones’s taxes, cleaning Lesli Margherita’s kitchen or doing anything that will lead to a restraining order. Keep it simple and legal, like checking out the series premiere of Supergirl, which features two of our favorites, Laura Benanti and Jeremy Jordan. Oh, and here’s a bonus: the show looks pretty darn good! Hey, you, trying to decide between Sexy Joe Papp and Slutty Jean Valjean for Halloween. They are both horrible, terrible ideas. Your time would be better spent sampling what this glorious city has to offer, including a starry staged reading, a Broadway debut and Megan Hilty and Andy Karl in concert. Get ready for this week’s picks! Star Files Load Up with Megan HiltyOctober 27 and 28 at New York City CenterMegan Hilty and Andy Karl are everywhere these days; not that we’re complaining. What will we complain about: just two performances of Encores!’ Annie Get Your Gun concert, which stars these two dynamos. How do we get more, gods of Broadway? Would you like us to talk to our mom every day, stop making fun of tourists? We’re willing to listen—after we’re done enjoying what should be a rousing event. Click for tickets! See King Charles III BowOpens November 1 at the Music Box TheatrePeople either love the royal family like their own or would rather get a paper cut in the eye than read about their comings and goings. Leave it to Broadway to bridge that gap! Mike Bartlett’s King Charles III imagines a world in which Queen Elizabeth II dies, making Prince Charles the new king. The drama is also delivered in Shakespearean verse, which gives the modern-day tale even greater weight. Click for tickets! Meet Hamilton’s New King Begins October 27 at Richard Rodgers TheatreEverything is going right for Hamilton. Its devoted, high profile fan base includes the leader of the free world. The creator has been recognized as a genius. But, oh no!, Jonathan Groff is leaving (temporarily) to wrap up Looking. Thankfully, the supremely talented Andrew Rannells takes over as King George! Phew! Now if everyone in the cast could just stay in the show forever that would be great. Does that work for you, Lin? Click for tickets! Get Charitable with Wesley TaylorOctober 26 at New World StagesWe usually don’t promote readings, which conjure images of drafty gyms and folding chairs harder than nuclear physics. There are exceptions. First, if it’s charitable. Second, if the readings are short plays by Wesley Taylor, the actor your probably know from The Addams Family, Rock of Ages and Smash. Third, and finally, if the actors involved include Debra Messing, Nathan Lane and Stockard Channing. So, yeah, get going and support the Actors Fund. Click for tickets! Megan Hilty