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Sunday evening –
July 9, 1978
Dearest Family –

I am sitting here typing in the patio as we moved the typewriter here to be a little cooler.  The weather was just too warm to try use the dining room this evening.  At least I can see a breeze blowing the leaves of the trees.  Mary Virginia has gone to Villars Chapel to hear some singing group with the Rankins.  Dad and I are talking about going for a bicycle ride.  We just finished supper – the last of some banana yogurt that we made when the Hortons were here (which was plenty soupy then for we waited too long for it to season but refreezing it seemed to help it).  Also had some honeydew melon – not as ripe and good as the previous one (it was a real buy for 39¢ and delicious).

We were glad to hear from all of you this past week – another record !!  It was good talking to Catherine and also getting the letter.  Before I forget I'd better say now that don't give up hope if you call and don't find anyone at home next Thursday evening as Dad is to work at the ball park and Mary Virginia and I usually end up over there and sometimes helping there too. We were happy to hear that Wendy had acquired her second tooth without too much difficulty and glad to hear that she adapts so well to camping life.

Really glad that you made the decision to stay in New Jersey and not rush back to Arizona, Roberta.  Mary Virginia really held her breath for if you had gone back that would have left her wondering what to do the middle of July.  She is happy to get to see Marion and I.T. since their visits coincide.  Too bad that you will have to make so many trips to the airports – MV is also wondering if you will have room for her in their old room since it is so small and you already have a roommate.

Glad that we were finally able to find you at home, Serena, and hope that things work out for you to get a fellowship or possibly a chance to go to Denver yet.  You must really have an IN with UMKC if you are staying at the home of the head of the program there.  We do hope that you will plan to come home between summer school and fall semester or quarter if you aren't doing else.

Your letters are spaced wide apart, John, but glad to hear of you thru Roberta's.  Sound like those new t-shirts are going well as well as other things in the canteen.  Too bad you weren't reached sooner by Bell's office or whoever it was that wanted a youth coordinator but wonder how you would find much time for all you do now.

We went down to Rocky Fork Restaurant for lunch today as Grandma had been wanting to go – had planned to go while the Hortons were here but it didn't work out.  They now have a buffet available on weekends which they called a smorgasbord but though the view is wonderful we didn't find the food nor the service too good not to elaborate but servings generous!!   Dr. Hull's Fun in the Sun was not open but the miniature golf available.  I don't know whether it is closed permanently or what for this is certainly the season and Sunday would be one of the best days to be open.

Had a little more difficulty with the Mercury Friday when Wilma, MV and I went to Washington Court House to do a little shopping.  We scraped the bottom of the gas tank and it began to leak profusely and so ended up with us having to get it replaced.  In the meantime the fire department had to hose the streets and the service station.  Guess I was lucky no one was around throwing matches or cigarettes or it would have followed me fast!!  As Dad keeps saying the next thing to go is the exhaust system but so far that is about the only original fixtures under the body and hood.

Monday was quite a day too for Duffie Doo Silver Streak unbeknownst to me rode to Wilmington and refused to come home.  I hated it especially for Roberta's sake for know how unhappy she will be on her next visit if that little furry thing isn't on hand to greet her.  Mary Virginia took it very well – it saved solving some questions of what to do about her while we are away but I am still having dreams of her and what may have happened to him (it).Patty Walker Ryan had a little girl just a little over a week after Jacalyn's wedding day so all came out okay.  Just noticed it in yesterday's paper so hope she got along okay.  They have named her Shellie Jo to accompany Shannon Dee.  If Jim was at the wedding we didn't know it for he is unknown to us but doubt if he made it.  Nancy sounded as if she has about given up going to Europe.

Tuesday didn't start off too sunny but we were on our way around 8AM and met Bob Gooding at the Canoe Livery (Morgan's) where we took their bus to the Caesar Creek area.  There Beverly was waiting with their canoe and we were soon on our way.  It was good that it was cloudy for it wasn't too hot.  The sun did come out while we were having a picnic lunch at the roadside park near the I-75 bridge.  We thought the tables would all be taken but they had closed the road dow to it because of a mud slide across the road.  Darlene Linkhart went with Mary Virginia.  Bob had to leave for Salt Lake City the next day for a couple of days so we separated after the canoeing.  Darlene had never been to Fort Ancient since she was real little so stopped to see the view there and the museum which really fascinated her.  There are several competitors for the Morgans now so had no trouble getting a canoe but had made reservations earlier.

Wednesday night was Lions Club and Dad was on the committee, had a basic menu of roast beef, baked potatoes, succotash, salads and pistachio pudding.  For the thirty people the cost for the four of us averaged about $7.00 each.  For the program we had a fellow from near Hillsboro who had been to Brazil and who was excited enough about it that he even wanted to buy land down there.  He is really sold on it as a place for the future.

Clyde Irwin brought a big mess of green beans last Saturday – ours will be ready in a few days.  We should be having tomatoes in a couple more weeks.  We should have an earlier garden next year for plan to get some more fertilizer before the next season.

The Wolfroms (all except little Jeannie) are leading a canoe trip in Canada.  The group is leaving tomorrow morning – Rev. Wise, Keith Rittenhouse and David Thornburg are among those going.  They are to be gone ten days.  If Dad didn't already have plans made to be gone he might have been influenced to have gone with them.

We have not told anyone around here about our upcoming trip but plan to leave Cincinnati Monday evening, July 17th.  Mary Virginia will be going that same afternoon to Hudson Guild to stay until we go over the first week of August.  We are due back I believe Tuesday, July 25th so hope to hear from all of you before we go and also have a letter when we get back ???  Grandma is planning on going to New Jersey with us about Aug. 3rd and if all goes well we will be at the farm that evening and then go to New York a couple of days later – more details later.  She (G'ma) will stay at the farm while we are at the Bar Meeting but hope that Roberta, and John may get to come into New York while we are there.  What are your chances of going with us, Serena, or are you interested?  Think Mary Virginia is coming to New York for some of the time.

Your trip into Oregon and possibly Washington sounds interesting, Catherine and Gerry and hope you get some possible prospects through the International Harvester dealers.  We would certainly love to see all of you and wish that we might all be together for a reunion.  I just finished reading a book written by Laura Hughes' sister about their family – their move to Ohio from Kentucky and the hardships they faced during the early 1920's and 30's.  Pictures of Mrs. Hughes as a little girl look so much like Weegie as I remember her growing up.

We do want to get this into the mail so that Catherine gets if before she leaves Oregon (Hillsboro) where she will be visiting her Kalamazoo classmate Sue . . . can't recall her name now and don't have the letter too handy.

We shall be thinking of all of you and always look forward to hearing from you.  Also glad to hear that Rob is enjoying Hudson Guild and vice versa.

With much love to you all and a special kiss for Wendy

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Has Dilson Herrera ever proved he could hit Major League pitching? He hit a little with the Mets, but not even close to replacing the league leader in batting average. Herrera is not an answer for 2B. He is better served by going to a team that doesn't have depth at 2B. Wrong place at wrong time for Herrera. His time was spent on the DL and has passed him by in Cincinnati.
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By Gail Finke Hundreds of people traveled from across the country to Cincinnati, many with large families in tow, for the Couple to Couple League’s conference on the 50thanniversary of Pope Paul VI’s encyclical on birth control. Now lauded as prophetic by many conservatives and social scientists, the encyclical titled
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          Sr Infrastructure Architect - General Electric - Cincinnati, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
White-box switching, Cumulus Networks, Big Switch Technologies, Dell OS10, Pica8, etc.). Participate in network technical and business discussions relative to...
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          Jim Hiller "Just Like Me" (1985) -Westcoast Rock-      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   


Label : Rainbow Kidd Records


Drapeau des États-Unis 01 - Live It Up (Jim Hiller)
02 - Just Like Me (Jim Hiller)
03 - I've Got More To Win (Than You've Got To Lose) (Jim Hiller)
04 - What Makes You (Jim Hiller)
05 - Crossroads (Sam Crews)
06 - Play The Lady (Jim Hiller)
07 - The Wood (Jim Hiller)
08 - This Time (Jim Hiller)
09 - Long Time Comin' (Jim Hiller)


Produced by Jim Hiller & Gary Joost
Engineered by Gary Joost
Mixed by Gary Joost & Jim Hiller
Mastered at QCA Custom Pressing, Cincinnati, Ohio
Recorded at Perfect Pitch, Inc., Cleveland, Ohio

Jim Hiller : Acoustic & Electric Guitars, Percussion, Lead & Background vocals
Dan Rowan : Piano & Yamaha DX7
Jim Priebe : Bass
Dave Schmalenberger : Drums & Percussion
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          Adopt Gucci a Tabby, Domestic Short Hair (Gucci (Petfinder.com))      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Gucci and his brothers, Fendi and Armani, and sister, Chloe were found in a garbage bag by the side of a road at Triple Creek Park. Since someone thought it appropriate to get rid of them this way we thought it only right to name them after designer ... see more at Petfinder.com

          Adopt Armani a Tabby, Domestic Short Hair (Armani (Petfinder.com))      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Armani and his brothers, Fendi and Gucci, and sister, Chloe were found in a garbage bag by the side of a road at Triple Creek Park. Since someone thought it appropriate to get rid of them this way we thought it only right to name them after designer ... see more at Petfinder.com

          Adopt Omar a Tabby, Domestic Short Hair (Omar (Petfinder.com))      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Omar was found outside in a not so nice part of town.....just as friendly as can be! He was likely born summer of 2016 and is neutered, vaccinated, micro chipped and negative for fiv/felv. He is adorable! So outgoing and a lover. Adoption charge $50. P... see more at Petfinder.com

          Adopt Drax a Domestic Short Hair, Tabby (Drax (Petfinder.com))      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
~Drax is the big boy of the litter. Very similar to the character from Guardians of the Galaxy, he jumps in 1st and thinks about the consequences after. Drax is driven by attention and food. He is always the 1st to eat and makes his presence know... see more at Petfinder.com

          Adopt Quill a Domestic Short Hair, Tabby (Quill (Petfinder.com))      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
~Quill is the ringleader, even though he is rather small. The 1st one to the food bowl, the loudest talker, the driving force between every wrestling match, Quill gets things going. This little man is very bonded to Drax and Gamora. Born approxima... see more at Petfinder.com

          Adopt Chambray a Domestic Short Hair, Tabby (Chambray (Petfinder.com))      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Cats listed here have entered our program and have received a basic level of veterinarian care including: vaccines (FVRCP & Rabies); bloodwork (FIV & FeLV combo test); deworm and deflea; spay or neuter; veterinarian exam. Each pet comes with 1 free veterinarian follow up con... see more at Petfinder.com

          Adopt Nova a Domestic Medium Hair, Tabby (Nova (Petfinder.com))      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Nova and his brother and sister were lucky to be in the park at the same time as the kind person who rescued them. Their person was giving them to young children (with no parents in sight) just to get rid of them. HART was contacted, and now we're looki... see more at Petfinder.com

          Adopt Oakley a Domestic Short Hair, Tabby (Oakley (Petfinder.com))      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Oakley and his 5 littermates were born to a feral mama cat in a garage. That kept them very safe, but there were lots of hiding places for the kittens. Despite missing out on early socialization, Oakley is a pretty friendly kitten. Cool cat toys a... see more at Petfinder.com

          Adopt zz "Milo" courtesy listing a Tabby, Domestic Short Hair (zz "Milo" courtesy listing (Petfinder.com))      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
THIS IS A COURTESY POST. Purrfect Friends Cat Rescue and its volunteers have not evaluated this animal in any way and can not be held liable for the current condition or future care of the animal. Please work with the specific contact in the posting ... see more at Petfinder.com

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Looking for a videographer to shoot some interviews this Friday for 3-4 hrs in a mosque in Cincinnati.
          WAVE 3 News Editorial - July 10, 2018: Topgolf      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Oxmoor Center in Louisville generates millions in tax revenue each year for Louisville and has for decades. Oxmoor Mall is the centerpiece of it and the mall has been looking for a tenant to replace the vacated Sears department store and parking lot. They found one in Topgolf, an attraction in neighboring communities in Cincinnati, Indianapolis, and Nashville, and throughout the country in more than 40 cities.
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          Rorschach Theatre Announces Pop-Up Benefit Bash & 18-19 Season      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Rorschach Theatre - an award-winning company known for its bold use of space and its dedication to impossible fantastical realism - launches its 2018-19 Season in a whole new way: THE BAR BETWEEN WORLDS BENEFIT BASH. On Saturday, August 11th the company transforms Petworth's Union Drinkery into an immersive wonderland spanning the cliffs of Reykjavik, the fields of Elysium and the cosmos itself. Each room invites party guests to explore the landscape of one of the company's upcoming shows. This one-night-only, pop-up experience inside Union Drinkery, will be designed in part by Rorschach Company Member and Helen Hayes Award-winner Debra Kim Sivigny, whose work on the the wildly popular Game of Thrones Bar and Royal Wedding bar has been lauded locally and nationally. Guests will enjoy an individually tailored evening of entertainment and possibility...

Individual tickets ($95--$75 tax-deductible) are available at rorschachtheatre.com. Sponsorship opportunities are still available. Funds raised for the event will support Rorschach's upcoming season, which will include three full productions, the Magic in Rough Spaces New Play Lab, the Klecksography artist development program, and Other People's Ink: An Entertainment Curation Society.

2018-19 SEASON

A teenager connects with the cosmos,

the last living muse hires an intern,

and the winter solstice haunts queer tourists in Reykjavik...

Rorschach's 2018-19 season features three world-premiere productions and three new programs that enhance our role as a developer of new talent and as a provocateur of challenging, complex discourse through a magical lens. The three productions include the Iris Dauterman's Sing to me Now, Steve Yockey's Reykjavik and Reina Hardy's Annie Jump and the Library of Heaven. Magic in Rough Spaces New Play Lab and Klecksography - two unique artist development programs - will return in the spring. Subscriptions range from $50-$80 per person and are on sale now at www.rorschachtheatre.com

SING TO ME NOW

By Iris Dauterman

Directed by Jenny McConnell Frederick

October 19, 2018 - November 18, 2018

Atlas Performing Arts Center

"Every second you hesitate, every moment you're not writing, furiously writing, or dancing, or singing, things are getting worse. So hurry. Up."

Calliope is the last surviving Muse. Drowning in the demands from a world desperate for inspiration, she does what any self respecting Greek Goddess would do: She hires an intern. Soon it becomes clear that Calliope is burying a deeper pain and the fate of the universe may lie in this human intern's ability to save her. Playwright Iris Dauterman uses sardonic humor, poetry and a deeply contemporary voice to create a comedy about overcoming tragedy.

IRIS DAUTERMAN is a playwright from San Luis Obispo, California. She holds an MFA in Playwriting from Indiana University, and a BA in Drama from Bennington College. She is a two-time finalist for the Heideman Award whose plays have been workshopped or produced at the Berkshire Fringe Festival, the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Arts, Indiana University, Animus Theatre Company, the Philadelphia Fringe Festival, Campfire Theatre Festival, Little Lifeboats Theatre, the New American Theatre, Boise Contemporary Theatre, Rorschach Theatre, Spicy Witch Productions, and Storefront Theatre of Indianapolis.

REYKJAVIK

By Steve Yockey

February 8, 2019 - March 3, 2019

Location to be announced soon

"You are desire and beauty and you will never fade away."

James is in Reykjavik for the Northern Lights but they're not there. Instead he ventures into the 24-hour dark of the Icelandic winter and finds himself entangled with dangerous strangers, suspicious lovers, malevolent birds and the mysterious Huldufólk. Playwright Steve Yockey (very still & hard to see), a genre-bending master of suspense, takes us to the end of the earth to experience a dark, sometimes supernatural world populated with characters who defy expectations at every turn.

Reykjavik may not be appropriate for children under 18. Parental discretion advised.

STEVE YOCKEY is a Los Angeles based writer with work produced throughout the US, Europe, and Asia. His plays Bellwether, Pluto, Afterlife, Octopus, Large Animal Games, CARTOON, Subculture, Very Still & Hard to See, The Fisherman's Wife, Wolves, Disassembly and Niagara Falls & Other Plays are published and available from Samuel French. Additionally, his play Joshua Consumed an Unfortunate Pear (originally commissioned by Miami's City Theatre) was included in the 2015 Humana Festival of New American Plays and the subsequent published anthology. Other plays include Blackberry Winter, The Thrush & The Woodpecker and Mercury. Steve holds an MFA in Dramatic Writing from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts and currently serves as a writer/producer for the television series Supernatural.

ANNIE JUMP & THE LIBRARY OF HEAVEN

By Reina Hardy

April 19, 2019 - May 19, 2019

Atlas Performing Arts Center

"You are important to the universe. it needs you, almost as much as you need it."

Annie Jump, a small-town teen and science genius, comes face to face with her worst nightmare: a popular girl. When she learns that this girl with great hair might be an intergalactic super computer tasked with bringing humanity to the stars, she must decide what is worth sacrificing to fulfill her destiny. Reina Hardy's (Glassheart) play for all audiences is about finding your place in the universe and intelligent life in your neighborhood.

REINA HARDY's plays, which usually contain magic and sometimes contain science, have been produced in Chicago, NYC, Austin and DC. They include Glassheart (Rorschach Theater and the Shrewds), Changelings (The Vortex) and A Map to Somewhere Else (Everyday Inferno, NYC). Honors include: Michener Fellowship, National New Play Network New Play Showcase, Source Festival, Kennedy Center MFA Playwrights Workshop, Interact 20/20 Commission, Kennedy Center ACTF TYA PRIZE. Publications include: Best American Short Plays, 2012-2013, and Best Scenes for Two Actors, Applause, Best Stage Monologues for Men, 60 Seconds to Shine and the upcoming 105 5-Minute Plays for Study and Performance from Smith and Kraus. Next up: the world premiere of The Gauntlet in London, the world premiere of Fanatical in London, new productions of Stargazers in Michigan and Australia and the second production of Susan Swayne and the Bewildered Bride in Cincinnati.

OTHER EVENTS IN 2018/2019

MAGIC IN ROUGH SPACES NEW PLAY LAB: Sunday May 5, 2019

Three playwrights, selected from a competitive national open call, collaborate with DC-based actors, directors, designers and dramaturgs to develop three new plays.

KLECKSOGRAPHY: Saturday June 22, 2019

Rorschach leads a partnership with six theatres for 50+ emerging artists to benefit from mentorship and networking opportunities when they create 12 new plays in 10 days.

OTHER PEOPLE'S INK: Monthly throughout the season

The Rorschach team organizes monthly events where our artists and audience come together to explore art galleries, cinema, author events and other adventures that feature work with a Rorschach flavor: Other People's Ink.

FIGHT CAMP: Summer of 2019

Rorschach's Stage Combat training program, led by Casey Kaleba, Rorschach Theatre's resident Fight Choreographer. Classes available for all levels of experience will be offered in the summer of 2019.

ABOUT RORSCHACH THEATRE

Through uncommon uses of environment and intimate passionate performances, Rorschach Theatre seeks to lure its audiences beyond the limits of ordinary theatrical experience so that they may discover new elements of their own humanity.

Rorschach Theatre tells stories that allow for innovative design and visceral performances. The company treats productions as "installations" that surround the audience with the world of a play. Our work centers on the intersection of magic or impossible moments and relatable human experience. Without proselytizing, it provides a complex, intellectual catalyst for self-exploration of challenging subjects.

Rorschach is a vital launching pad for emerging artists. By trusting early-career actors, directors, playwrights and designers with substantive artistic responsibilities, and surrounding them with established professionals and ample resources, the company has become an essential showcase for new talent. In addition to the regular season, Rorschach produces "Magic in Rough Spaces," an annual new play development series; "Klecksography," an annual new artist development event (for actors, local playwrights and directors); and "Fight Camp," a stage combat training program held every summer. The company also organizes "Other People's Ink," a monthly non-theatre social events that speak to the company's aesthetic.

Rorschach has produced more than fifty plays seen by tens of thousands of people in the Washington area. The company has been nominated for over a dozen Helen Hayes Awards; won a Mary Goldwater Award; been a finalist for the Mayor's Arts Award; and have been the recipients of multiple grants and awards from the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities. The company's work has garnered the attention of The New York Times, The Washington Post, American Theatre magazine and National Public Radio, as well as countless local publications.


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Continuó su increíble campaña con un cuadrangular ante Cincinnati.
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          Medical Specialist - Oncology - Louisville/Cincinnati - Regeneron - Cincinnati, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
All resumes submitted by search firms/employment agencies to any employee at Regeneron via-email, the internet or in any form and/or method will be deemed the...
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          Adopt Pretty Boy a Siamese, Maine Coon (Pretty Boy (Petfinder.com))      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Pretty Boy is 1 of 5 kittens born to a Russian Blue feral mom. His siblings are Sugar Pie, Honey Bun, Lover Boy and Wonderful Pea all are males.... see more at Petfinder.com

          Adopt Biscuit a Siamese, Domestic Short Hair (Biscuit (Petfinder.com))      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Biscuit was found as a tiny kitten eating an orange peal under a car. Some college students took him in and gave him a home. He was born July of 2016. Biscuit's owner, although very young, has been diagnosed with cancer. The doctor recommended that ... see more at Petfinder.com

          Adopt Joseph a Siamese (Joseph (Petfinder.com))      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Meet Joseph - The Amazing Technicolor Dream Cat! Joseph's foster mom says: "He is a lap kitty! He seeks attention and having his head rubbed; he will roll over for it." Joseph is FIV+, but he knows it is no big deal because he's a lover not a fighter... see more at Petfinder.com

          Bluestar Siamese Adult Female (American Listed) $50      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Bluestar came to us as an owner surrender. Her owner has to move in with family that has allergies so we took her in. Bluestar is cute and laid back. Born October of 2013, she is spayed, micro chipped, vaccinated But unfortunately she tested positive for felv. She should not be with other cats that are not positive for felv.But she has more years in her and needs a home! We will retest her in a month. Adoption payment $50. http://purrfectfriendscatrescue.org/adoptform.html

          Adopt Bluestar a Siamese, Domestic Short Hair (Bluestar (Petfinder.com))      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Bluestar came to us as an owner surrender. Her owner has to move in with family that has allergies so we took her in. Bluestar is precious and laid back. Born October of 2013, she is spayed, micro chipped, vaccinated But unfortunately she tested positiv... see more at Petfinder.com

          Adopt Cherie a Siamese, Himalayan (Cherie (Petfinder.com))      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Cats listed here have entered our program and have received a basic level of veterinarian care including: vaccines (FVRCP & Rabies); bloodwork (FIV & FeLV combo test); deworm and deflea; spay or neuter; veterinarian exam. Each pet comes with 1 free veterinarian follow up con... see more at Petfinder.com

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THIS IS A COURTESY POST. Purrfect Friends Cat Rescue and its volunteers have not evaluated this animal in any way and can not be held liable for the current condition or future care of the animal. Please work with the specific contact in the posting ... see more at Petfinder.com

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Right-hander Carlos Carrasco (9-5, 4.28 ERA) is scheduled to take the mound for the Tribe on Wednesday, when the Indians host the Reds in a 7:10 p.m. ET Interleague clash at Progressive Field. Carrasco has gone 7-4 with a 2.97 ERA in 18 career appearances against National League foes. Cincinnati will counter with righty Tyler Mahle (7-6, 3.66 ERA).
          July 10: Kelly Caldwell • Dave Mondy • Lawrence Lenhart • Elizabeth Boquet • Amber Carpenter • Kat Moore • Donald Carr • Sonja Livingston • Cindy Bradley • Elizabeth K. Brown      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Today we present ten more dispatches from June 21, 2018 to you. More details on the project here, but, in brief, we asked you to write about what happened on one day in June, and are publishing the results, largely unedited, for the next month and change, roughly ten a day. If you wrote something (it's not too late!), send us your work via this submission form by July 12 (it's okay if you didn't RSVP before: the more the merrier).

—The Editors



July 10: Kelly Caldwell • Dave Mondy • Lawrence Lenhart • Elizabeth Boquet • Amber Carpenter • Kat Moore • Donald Carr • Sonja Livingston • Cindy Bradley • Elizabeth K. Brown





KELLY CALDWELL

Overnight, someone left three fat softballs in the dog run in Tompkins Square Park, and this morning, the dogs are delirious with joy. A few skirmishes break out, but for the most part, the dogs just play. They tug-of-war, and take turns “losing.” They catch a softball and then coyly entice one another to chase. They race back and forth in pairs or clumps of three, shoulders bumping, fetching and catching, til all of their long, pink tongues are drooping out the sides of their mouths.
     In New York City, people avoid eye contact and don’t talk much to one another in public spaces, but in the Tompkins Square Park dog run, on early weekday mornings, it’s different. We talk. We know each other’s names, not just the dogs’. Usually, we move around, following our dogs, sipping hot drinks and chatting with whoever we’re nearest to.
     Today, though, we’re knitted together at one end of the run. The only thing on anyone’s mind is the news: More than 2,000 migrant children separated from their parents at the U.S. borders. It’s a firestorm that’s been raging for four days. We ruminate over the details: The audio released on Monday by ProPublica—seven minutes of children wailing, calling for Mami or Papa, and one clear, small voice repeating her aunt’s phone number again, and again. The ever-shifting and inadequate attempts by Administration officials to justify the policy. The lawsuit revealing that some children were subdued with powerful psychiatric drugs.
     We pause for a moment. A dissonance hangs over us, between the comic antics of our dogs and the heaviness in the air.
     It’s the stupid, pink dog dish all over again, I’m thinking.
     Three days ago, in my Advanced Memoir class, we talked about the subjective lens of the narrator, and a passage from Story Genius by Lisa Cron: “After all, we know from personal experience that when something genuinely horrid is going on, it’s always with us, no matter how much we pretend it isn’t. It not only filters everything we see, it tells us what to look for.”
     No matter what is happening in the scene, I told my students, you have to get the deeper emotion onto the page. The examples I gave were comparatively low-stakes: how after your first break-up, just buying your morning bagel was searing and poignant because it was your first break-up bagel.
     The example I did not give, but that I was thinking about, was of another morning in Tompkins Square Park, nine months earlier. My dog Pops and I had left the run, and stopped near the rose bushes so I could give him a drink before heading home. While I pulled out a water bottle and a hot pink collapsible dog dish from my bag, I was listening to NPR report that, in the wake of Hurricane Maria, more than half the people in Puerto Rico didn’t have clean water. In desperation, Puerto Ricans had reopened wells that were closed because of superfund-level contamination; they were drinking water mixed with untreated sewage. Water-borne diseases were breaking out, and health officials were worried about cholera.
     Puerto Rican men, women, and children are at risk of cholera, I thought, and I’m pouring filtered water into a pink, plastic dish for my dog.
     I’m not apologizing for watering a thirsty animal. That’s my responsibility. It is also someone’s responsibility to bring clean water to Puerto Rico.
     That was October, and still, every time I pull out that stupid pink bowl, I remember it. I’m thinking about it again, this morning, as Pops and I leave the run and I take out the dish. Thankfully, I’m interrupted, because we bump into Kate, a work colleague and a poet. She and I are both a bit sheepish at first, because she’s in workout clothes and I’m in grubby dog run clothes, but we get over it pretty quickly, partly because Pops is mugging and wriggling for her attention, but also partly because we’re genuinely delighted to see each other. “I can’t believe we’ve lived this close to each other all this time!” she says.
     That’s another thing I love about this park. In the heart of Manhattan’s East Village, it’s a magnet that draws in everyone. As Kate and I chat, there’s a teenage girl, possibly a runaway, panhandling for change, while nearby, parents in expensive suits and shoes lead backpack-laden kids to the bus stop. An older Hispanic man wheels a giant speaker past us—he’s a fixture here. He’ll set up near the basketball courts and blast salsa music for hours. The benches are all dotted with people in coveralls or khakis or sapphire blue blazers, eating egg sandwiches, drinking coffee, and scrolling on their phones, a few moments of quiet before heading to work.
     At my work, it’s a day of meeting, talking, and teaching. I interview a teaching candidate who wrote and illustrated a charming and funny picture book about a mouse and a chipmunk fighting over an acorn. Lesson? Learn to share. One of our interns wants to write an op-ed about the treatment of women in the music industry, and we work together to develop her ideas. I trade emails with my friend and fellow teacher Mary, who I haven’t seen since April, when she got hit by a car. She gives me an update on her shattered leg, and I tell her how much everyone at the office misses her.
     I’m running late to dinner, but I take a big, blue CitiBike down the Hudson River Parkway anyway. I don’t want to risk being even later because of a subway delay, but also, I want to take in the sunset. I’m not the only one with that idea—the paths are crowded with New Yorkers jogging and strolling and biking, and I have to pay extra close attention, because everyone’s eyes are trained on the river. Tonight, the sunset really is that beautiful.
     Dinner is a celebration. After two years of working in DC, our friend Indrani  found a great job back home in New York City, and she and her wife Dina are finally living under the same roof again. They got married last August and after their honeymoon, they rode separate trains to separate homes. Commuter relationships put a strain on both partners, and though Dina and Indrani handled it well, my husband and I could see it wearing on them. You can acknowledge your privilege all day long—we’re lucky we can afford two apartments, they’d say; we’re lucky to have such great support, they’d say—but when you’re exhausted because you got up at 4a.m. to take a three-hour train ride to work, you’re exhausted. When you yearn for someone, you yearn for them.
     Kent and I are thrilled that this separation is over, and selfishly, we’re thrilled that we’ll get to see our friends more often now. Indrani’s office is not far from mine, and we talk about meeting for lunch or after work in Bryant Park, a swath of green behind the New York Public Library, the branch with the stone lions.
     When our drinks come, we raise our glasses and all four of us toast at once. “Welcome home, Indrani!” I say. “Here’s to good friends and more good times together,” Dina says. “Well done, Indrani,” Kent says.
     Indrani chimes in last. “Here’s to being together,” she says, her voice thick with emotion.
     It brings everything to a screeching halt, and for one long moment, we gaze at one another, anguished. We will carry on with our celebrating, but all evening, thrumming beneath everything, is one, insistent thought: It’s not a privilege, being with the people you love. Or, it shouldn’t be. 
     At home, Kent and I find that Pops has soiled the living room floor. After more than two years of good behavior, he’s insulted the rug three times in just the last week. It’s been a busy week, and Pops has been home alone a little more than usual. “He might be a bit too accustomed to having you around,” I say to Kent as we clean up.
     But secretly, I sympathize. When your people are missing, you’ve got to do something.

—Kelly Caldwell

Kelly Caldwell teaches creative nonfiction and is dean of faculty at Gotham Writers Workshop. 





DAVE MONDY

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—Dave Mondy

Dave Mondy's essays have been named Notable in Best American Essays 2015 and 2017, Best American Sports Writing 2017, and have appeared in Best Food Writing 2014 and 2015. He has also received multiple Solas Awards for his travel writing. His work can be found in Slate, The Iowa Review, The Cincinnati Review, and elsewhere. He received his MFA in Creative Nonfiction from The University of Arizona, and he's currently working on a book about the true stories and strange truths hidden within famous sports photos. www.davemondy.com 





LAWRENCE LENHART 

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I peek over the wife-shaped hump in the bed, see the baby monitor lit green. Our eleven-month-old son is standing in his crib, his fingers curled around the rungs. We had decided the night before that I would be the one to wake with him this morning.

THINK

This is a good system, deciding on these sorts of things the night before as it prevents the kind of pleading, arguing, groveling that happened during the first months (e.g., “I did it the last two days. Will you get him today?” “I didn’t get to bed until late. I need more sleep.” “I fed him twice last night. Will you please step the fuck up?”).

DO

I alternate between sleepy eyes as I change his diaper, throw it in the pail, remind myself I need to change the bag SOON.

DO

In the kitchen, I make a bowl of cereal for myself (Trader Joe’s Vanilla Almond) and prepare a goblet of Cheerios (no milk) for Milo. That’s my son.

DO

I set him on the floor in the living room and surround him with his favorite toys. He smiles at me like he’s just hit the jackpot. Like he might be spoiled. I turn on The Vietnam War. I’m only 6.5 hours into the 18-hour Ken Burns documentary.

THINK

I am watching it because 1) it’s summer and I have the time; 2) it fits into my ritualist disenchantment process with America; and 3) my wife just discovered (through Ancestry.com) that she has a half-Vietnamese uncle. Apparently, her grandfather had an affair during the war. After some encouragement from his Amerasian friends, her half-uncle signed up for an Ancestry account and discovered his half-sister (my mother-in-law).

THINK

There’s this one thread that’s not working concerning Denton Crocker Jr. (aka Mogie). I see what Burns is trying to do with his story, and maybe that’s the problem. It’s a Stalinesque maneuver: a single death is a tragedy/a million deaths is a statistic. Oh, wait: spoiler alert.

DO

I look up the wonderfully mimetic word ‘loblolling’ after a Vietnam veteran uses it to describe bombs descending toward the earth, toward his platoon.

DO

Milo has recently been fascinated with a martyoshka-style book. There are ten cubes total, and the walls of each cube are illustrated (with a snake, a saguaro, a cactus wren).

THINK

I worry that if he gnaws the smallest one too much, he will deface it beyond recognition and I won’t remember what it says when he’s verbal and asks, “What did it use to say?”

DO

I take a picture of each side of the cube just in case. Milo crawls away, and I pull him back by his leg. He crawls away again, and I pull. He cracks up.

DO

Milo and I take the tortoise to the backyard. I fill his bath with water from the hose. I admire the bath that I’ve created. It’s an inverted RV skylight filled with landscaping rocks, positioned in a dry stream in the backyard.

THINK

I worry there is too much pine pitch in the bath. I think I read tortoises can die if they ingest sap.

DO

The tortoise excuses himself from the bath and begins wandering through the yard. I hoist Milo to the bells we’ve hung from branches in the tree. We walk from bell to bell. I call it Bell Walk (a pun after Sedona’s Bell Rock). I ask him if he remembers when we bought these bells at Byodo-In Temple in Oahu. These at the Ferry Building in San Francisco. These in—I don’t remember where we got these.

DO

My wife wakes up. I give her a kiss. She wrinkles her nose in resistance because she hasn’t brushed her teeth yet. While she feeds Milo, I go for a run. I run across the cul-de-sac, down the mulch trail to the paved trail, along the paved trail past the park and into the designated “open space,” which is a ponderosa meadow. I cross the road to the trail’s extension (1.0 mile), all the way to the airport (1.74 miles). I turn around, facing the mountain now, and do my best to negative split. My IT band begins hurting, a years-old injury that I can’t seem to overcome. I check my time at the 5K (a sluggish 26:31).

THINK

While running, I start daydreaming about when I used to run in high school. I think about our rivals, Latrobe High—alma mater of Arnold Palmer and Fred Rogers. I wonder if their coach was really as shrewd as we made him out to be. It’s the coach’s responsibility to walk the visiting team all around the 3.1-mile course before the meet. I am remembering the time he gave us the wrong directions. I turned right and had to backtrack, which cost us the match. We assumed he did it on purpose, but maybe he didn’t. I think I am finally coming to peace with this defeat now, twelve years later. It is as cathartic as it is pathetic.

DO

I finish the run. On a boulder at the end of my driveway, I sit and analyze the splits on my running app.

DO

We leave the house as a family. Go to coffee, lunch, the playground, Walgreen’s. We need to kill two hours while the cleaners do their thing.

META

(At this point, I feel the need to defend this very bourgeois sentence. But I don’t feel like it this time.)

SUMMARY

Coffee highlight: none.

Lunch highlight: the men behind us—workers on their lunch break—speak English until six police enter the building, at which point they begin speaking in mostly Spanish. I tell Andie I need to wash my hands before we leave. I look at myself in the mirror in the bathroom and can’t work myself up to smile. I cry a little bit. Because there’s no line as I cross the counter on the way back, I decide to buy a $1 sugar cone. I hand it to Andie who shares it with Milo. I congratulate myself on being a good father, good husband. 

THINK

There was a time in my life when I thought sharing an ice cream cone with other mouths was the ultimate repulsion.

SUMMARY

Playground highlights: A man locks his car with a padlock and tries to make Milo laugh by putting a cup in his mouth like a beak. Milo doesn’t laugh. We forgot the sunscreen, so Milo has to stay mostly in the shade. There are drums and xylophones and chimes on the playground. Andie picks up the mallets and begins playing. She used to be in the drum pit in high school. Milo smiles as she plays. I smile too. We’ve been together for six years, but she still finds new ways to entertain me.

SUMMARY

Walgreen’s highlight: They changed her birth control on her again. We curse at the misogyny of it. My prescription isn’t ready. I worry that I’ll be wheezing in Belize. I say it aloud: “I’ll be wheezing in Belize.” Andie replies: “I won’t let that happen to you.” She is so emphatic and protective, it makes us both laugh. Her tone was clearly accidental. She immediately calls our GP and reups my prescription.

THINK

It would have taken me at least 3 days to make that call on my own.

DO

Because we haven’t quite killed two hours, we decide to look for houses for Andie’s parents who are thinking about moving to Flagstaff. We discover a new neighborhood in Flagstaff and drive laps around it, three times. We find “the perfect house” for them, but then discover there are phone lines criss-crossing over the backyard. Andie’s dad will veto. It’s no longer the perfect house.

DO

Milo is sleeping in the carseat. We have a mirror attached to the back-center headrest that reflects his activities back to the rearview mirror. I wave to him, and he waves back, choppily. When he falls asleep, I peek at him. My new car tells me: “Driver Attention is Low.” Fuck that. I’m paying attention.

DO

“Do you not want your Father’s Day card?” Andie asks. I tell her I do. “Then why did you put it with the old mail?” I remind her I was just consolidating stacks of paper the day before when my friend Mia came over. I go to the bathroom.

META

(Come to think of it, I must have gone to the bathroom earlier too. I just didn’t record it. Not paying attention after all.)

THINK

Here, I am reminded of Georges Perec’s Species of Spaces. I think about this one exercise in the book, very similar to this “What Happened on June 21” series, in which a family wakes up and goes through their morning routines. The woman is running around, trying to help her husband get on his way to work with pressed clothes and a good breakfast. She does the same for the son. It’s very suburban. Just like us, I suppose. And then, the surveillance-style narrator reports that in her first moment alone, the woman goes to the WC and “performs her toilet.” No matter how objective the narration is, I think it’s supposed to be comical. You have to read it.

DO

Andie calls her parents. She yells at her mom because her dad is so picky about the housing. I FaceTime my mom, and she and Milo spend a few minutes waving at each other.

DO

Andie watches television (The Bachelor) while she plays with Milo. Halfway in, she says, “I don’t think I’m going to watch this show anymore.” She’s been saying that for the past four seasons, maybe more. I work on my book proposal. It’s the boring part of the book proposal where I’m supposed to compare my proposed book to other titles on the market. I spend a lot of time trying to find a less specific word for “doudouism,” or at least one with a less French connotation. It leads me to an essay by Frantz Fanon. I download a couple essays by Epeli Hau’ofa, read them. Wish I had the whole book. ILL it. I encounter Jane McAdam’s name on several texts.

THINK

I would like to meet Jane McAdam someday, ideally in a casual setting like, “Oh, you’re Jane McAdam? That’s cool. I really like your ideas. I just ordered a caipirinha. Would you like something as well?”

THINK AGAIN

I wonder if this sounds like I’m trying to pick her up. I’m not. I decide she’ll decide for herself.

DO

Andie pauses the television, and asks, “Is that a tear?” The man currently on a one-on-one (date) with the bachelorette is talking about his divorce. He is being unusually vulnerable. I look at his glistening cheek and confirm that he is, in fact, crying. She continues watching the show.

THINK

Because my friend Joe spoiled the show for me (“So, how about I was with Carly the other night and she told me that X wins the Bachelor?” he texted), I don’t have to pretend to care about the evolving chemistry of the bachelorette and her misbehaved contestants. At the time, I chastised Joe, but now I think I should thank him.

DO

With the show over and the book proposal nearly finished, we take turns getting ready. We are going on a date tonight—our first in months. I text the babysitter’s mom with some details. They live across the street. I put Gillian Welch on shuffle (Spotify). We are going to the Gillian Welch concert tonight. I text my uncle one of the songs: “Here is a song by the musician we’re seeing tonight. It reminds me of something you would like. Very Appalachian,” I say. Andie puts on an olive romper-style jumpsuit. I love the way it looks on her. She curls her hair. Puts glitter on her chest. Picks up Milo. He spits up on her outfit, and we take turns scrubbing and blow-drying the stain. It doesn’t come out. She threatens to change her outfit. And I say, ‘No, you still look great.” She keeps the outfit on. I get ready while Andie walks the babysitter through each room of the house. It’s her first time watching Milo. I use the following products to get ready (in this order): rosemary shampoo, oatmeal exfoliating body scrub, Neutrogena facewash, Dollar Shave Club lather and razor, Proraso aftershave, Degree deodorant, BVLGARI AQVA cologne, Aquafresh toothpaste, TheraBreath Oral Rinse. “I like her voice,” my uncle texts. “It’s soothing.”

THINK

I promise myself that I’ll go to my uncle’s funeral when he dies.

DO

I cry in the mirror.

THINK

Because I don’t wear makeup, crying before a date doesn’t really change anything.

DO

Laugh a little.

THINK

I have been depressed for about 40 days now. Most days, I am functional. I do a good job of hiding it to the point where Andie usually forgets and Milo doesn’t notice. I congratulate myself on my covert depression.

DO

I change Milo’s diaper, get the tortoise out of the backyard. There’s a spider attached to his tail. It “balloons” through the air. We quietly leave the house, not even saying goodbye to our son for fear he’ll freak out.

DO

We go to the Annex for dinner. Our first seat doesn’t work out because one of the ladies at the table next to us is desperate for attention. She actually said, “Look at me in this picture” while pointing at her phone’s screen. Look at me. We eat at the bar instead. Andie tells me about a word she’s invented in a new poem: crud-rudder. I love it. We have fun talking about that word. We discuss the neologisms of Paul Celan. I tell her about loblolling. She likes that word too. We start talking about Vietnam, but then the mescal cocktail is too good. I tell her that when I’m in Tucson tomorrow, I’ll buy a whole case of mescal. We both knows it’s just a fantasy, that it’s unlikely I’ll even buy a single bottle. I feel myself blushing as she talks. “We used to talk about your poetry a lot,” I say to her. I’m reminded of our first dates together—back in Tucson. We’re both giddy. Our friends text. They’re already at the concert. We don’t rush. Not until Nicole texts “Two songs in.” Then we pay the bill and repark the car.

DO

The cashier at Will Call hands me the tickets so quickly, it makes me think I’m the last person to arrive. The Orpheum is packed, but silent—everyone listening to Welch’s “serene” vox.

THINK

I realize I haven’t been to a church since Ireland two summers ago. Before that, it had been a few years more. That’s two churches in five years.

DO

After the first set, I see Ted. I see Peter. I see Luke. I see another Luke. Each of them has seen Gillian Welch before. Peter and Luke are talking about the status of their chicken coops. Each has eight chickens. “But who’s counting,” Peter asks. “I am,” I say, somewhat seriously.

THINK

I want to ask: Are eight chickens the recommended number for a starter package? Instead, I just listen.

DO

I see Annette. She congratulates me on my new job, but reminds me that there are others, including herself, that are not so lucky. I say something like, “My new contract doesn’t start until August.”

THINK

I worry I sound cocky. Really, I’m just nervous and worried about professional confrontation.

DO

Andie is talking to her friends during the second set. I step away. Standing strategically between speaker and subwoofer, I enjoy a private view of Gillian. I see the new white boots she’s been complaining about (the left one hurts). I see her age, but refuse to put a number to it. In between songs, I go to the merch table and buy Andie a shirt (“the pink one”) and Milo a poster (signed). I ask the cashier where she’s from, if she plays music too. She’s from Nashville. And yes, she plays music too. She detects her own redundancy as we exchange money. Andie doesn’t like the gin and tonic I get her, so I get her Maker’s Mark instead. I get a cup of cubes in case she wants it on the rocks. And a cup with ginger beer in case she wants a mixer.

THINK

Andie’s concert etiquette is often brazen. The thrill of a good performance does it to her. I am reminded of her earlier that day, banging the xylophone with the mallets.

THINK

She still has secrets, I think. In a good way.

DO

Her talking during someone’s favorite song causes a large, angry man to approach her. He waves his hand in front of her face demonstratively and forbids her from speaking for the rest of the show. If it was anyone else asking her to stop talking, I would feel mortified. But because it’s this guy+telling her to stop talking, I feeling activated. Erik and I walk toward him until his back is literally against the wall.

THINK

I wonder if I am immature for craving a fight.

DO

“Do you know how many square feet are in this place?” I ask him. He shoves me. His girlfriend hails security. “Go find another spot,” I tell him. My lips inches from his.

THINK

It’s kind of erotic.

THINK AGAIN

Maybe that’s the point?

DO

They leave. All this adrenaline at a sedate Gillian Welch show gives me cognitive dissonance. Andie and I stand apart from our friends during the encore. She sings “Look at Miss Ohio.” Andie cries a little. For the past eleven months, we have been singing this melody at bedtime, replacing “Miss Ohio” with “Mr. Milo” as in “Oh me oh my oh, look at Mr. Milo.” I cry too.

THINK

It feels more appropriate to cry at a concert than in the mirror.

DO

Andie asks me to text the babysitter, but my phone is dead. We hurry home. Inside the door, we see the babysitter at the edge of the couch. The cat is on the arm of the couch. “Riding the rails,” my friend Tommy calls it. “How’s Milo?” Andie asks. “He’s so cute,” the babysitter says. She’s young. Cuteness matters. “How’d it go?” my wife wants to know. “It was good. He had a hard time falling asleep.”

THINK

I remember how difficult it was for me to answer How questions when I was younger, especially that one time at the barber. “How are you doing, Larry?” Nancy would ask me. I got tongue-tied. My parents never asked me questions like that.

DO

The babysitter has rearranged the pillows on the couch. They’re symmetrical, cool. I almost take a picture to remember the formation, but remember my phone is still dead. I ask Andie if maybe it was the cleaners who did it. “No,” she says. I go to the bathroom—

META

(oh yeah, I forgot: I went to the bathroom once at the concert too…) Have you ever seen the episode of Curb Your Enthusiasm where a receptionist [Chacha] in Larry David’s office building counts the frequency with which he uses the restroom?

DO 

“Come check this out,” I call for Andie from the bathroom. She enters dubiously. I point at the end of the toilet paper. It’s folded into a triangle. “Did the babysitter do this?” I ask. “Now that was cleaners,” Andie says. And then almost immediately: “Aww, that means the babysitter didn’t use the bathroom the whole time we were gone.” We both laugh at that.

DO

We talk in bed, each of us taking turns yanking the concert wristbands off. Apropos nothing, my wife falls asleep while telling me about her first orgasm. “Why are you telling me this?” I ask. Then, she says it was during her first night of babysitting. “I was very young,” she said, almost nervously. It was on a couch after the kid went to bed.

THINK

Not that I was really trying to, but I can’t picture our babysitter masturbating. I congratulate myself on a failed imagination.

DO

“Andie?” I ask. “Andie?” again. She is sleeping. I scroll through my charging phone, realizing I’ve recorded too much of my day, that I’ll inevitably have to leave a lot out.

OUTTAKES 

Descendents’ “Suburban Home”—ironic or not?

Pause Bachelor to stare at infographic on suicide rates.

Dave Rawlings (who plays with Gillian Welch). I’d like to look like him when I’m older. Great autograph.

Fifteen minutes wasted practicing time signatures on my knee—5/4 is fun

I’ve never had to fire someone per se, but I did have to kick a bass player out of my punk band in high school. (Sorry, Geoff!)

My car’s corrective driving makes me a less retaliatory driver, but gives me cognitive dissonance.
Before they’re sentences, these notes feel like a bloated Jason Bredle poem.
Lawrence Lenhart

Lawrence Lenhart holds an MFA from the University of Arizona. His essay collection, The Well-Stocked and Gilded Cage, was published in 2016 (Outpost19). His prose appears in Creative Nonfiction, Fourth Genre, Gulf Coast, Passages North, Prairie Schooner, and elsewhere. He is a professor of fiction, nonfiction, and climate science writing at Northern Arizona University and a reviews editor and assistant fiction editor of DIAGRAM.





ELIZABETH K. BROWN

What Happened on June 21, 2018: brain-eating amoeba, commitment, and left-over burgers

Mornings are sometimes tense between Adam, and me. Adam is my fiancé. [1] Adam thinks my morning routine takes too long. His morning routine is to wake up and immediately take a shit, then proceed from there. My morning routine follows: pee, scrape tongue, brush teeth, nasal irrigation, eye drops, splash face with water. Because we only have one bathroom, I’m often forced to complete my morning routine at the kitchen sink. I use a purple ceramic neti pot filled with water that is initially filtered through a Big Berkey water filtration system, and a quarter teaspoon of uniodized Morton’s Salt. [2] (Distilled water is recommended to avoid introducing bacteria and brain-eating amoeba to my nasal passages, where these bacteria and brain-eating amoeba can live and cause potentially fatal infections, but I don’t use distilled water. [3])
     To avoid having to use the kitchen sink, I try to get out of bed a few minutes before Adam and take care of my business before he gets out of bed and insists on the need to take care of his. If I miss this small window of opportunity, I do small chores around the house. This morning, Adam was up first and so I put away the laundry that had been hanging for days on three separate drying racks in our living room. After he was finished, he lit the lilac and hyacinths candle that sits on the back of the toilet. [4] But, even with the candle, I continued to pace around the house with my toothbrush poking out of my mouth instead of returning to the bathroom to brush my teeth in the steamy-from-the-shower, lilac-imbued stink of our small bathroom. [5]
     After the pacing, I completed my routine and we convened in the kitchen. In the kitchen, at approximately 7:30a.m., I suggested (not for the first time) that Adam see a therapist. As you can imagine, this was a fantastic way to start to the day for both of us.

Me: “I know you think that we’re having a hard time because we’re both in stressful situations and that it will all get better once work quiets down for you, but the reality is that if things go as we talk about wanting them to go in our Five Year Plan—both of us starting graduate school, buying a house, having babies, getting married, all that—this is only the tip of the iceberg.” [6]

Me: “Especially the whole baby thing. Just imagine all of this going on between us if we were only ever allowed to get two or three consecutive hours of sleep for months on end? Imagine it. Imagine!!!” [7]

Me: “Don’t you think things have been better between us since I started seeing a therapist again?”

Me: “I love you and I think it would be better for us if you also had a stronger support network, or at least started to cultivate that now. I know you talk about not having that since moving to St. Louis, but from what you’ve told me, you haven’t really had the kind of support I’m talking about, and that you deserve, ever. Would you agree with that?”

Me: “Does that resonate with you? Does what I’m saying resonate with you?” [8]

Me: “When you glance at your watch when I’m in the middle of sharing something with you, I feel like you’re not listening.”

Me: “What I need from you is for you to communicate with me if you’re getting anxious about time. Okay? See, there’s another example of something I learned in therapy, or sort of. Actually, that was just yoga school.”

Me: “What do you mean what am I talking about? The When you ______ , I feel ______ , what I need is ______ formula. Oh, really? Well, we can talk about it tonight.”

Me: “I still have the names of the therapists my therapist gave me when I asked her for recommendations for you a couple of months ago. But that was when I wanted to stop having to break things down for you about what I was going through with all the sexual stuff. This is different.”

Me: “Please stop looking at your watch.”

Me: “Have you heard back from your Aunt Nancy yet about driving to Dayton this weekend? I need to know so I can see about getting someone to cover my shift on Sunday. Do you want me to go along?”

Me: “What’s different is that I don’t feel crazy. I’m not crazy!”

Me: “No, I’m not going to send the names of the therapists unless you ask me, so don’t say, “If you want to send them.” This is about what you want. I’m just trying to be clear about what I want and what my needs are.”

Me: “You know when I’m angry that doesn’t mean I don’t love you.”

Then, he left for work.

I had the day off. I had a lot of things on my list of things to do. I only accomplished a few of them, and not even the highest priorities. When Adam returned home for lunch, I was angry at him for the way our morning began and the way this beginning impacted me and my state of mind—and, therefore, my productivity. All morning, I had the apartment to myself. It was quiet but for the buzzing of the neighbors’ air conditioning compressors, so easily heard through the single-pane windows at all times. After Adam left for work, I made myself pancakes and slathered them with butter and grape jelly and a scoop of Greek yogurt. I ate the pancakes while reading the contributor’s notes and correspondence sections for the March or May issue of The Sun Magazine. It was a very pleasant hour.
     Then I moved slowly down the list of things to do. I made several calls to United Healthcare and the orthopedic office at the Barnes-Jewish hospital in go in order to try to figure out how much it would cost me out-of-pocket after insurance to get an MRI (a lot), a call to the dentist to confirm my appointment for a six-month cleaning (feeling on top of things), wrote an email to a friend about the “What Happened on June 21, 2018” project (with a commitment to participate), and made a few changes to and comments on my sister’s cover letter and resume (much easier to get into than working on my own resume). I put the dishes away from last night’s dinner and did dishes from breakfast. I practiced yoga with the guidance of an audio recording and did my physical therapy exercises. And finally, I wrote out my work schedule for next week in my planner. [9] I stared at the weeks and months that make up the rest of the summer. They seemed spent already.
     Around noon, Adam came home for lunch. He works only a few blocks away and so often comes home for lunch. He works for the city and his office is on the fourth floor with a view, in an old octagonal building that was originally built to house a women’s magazine in—I’ll look up the year later, but I think it was the early 1900s. When he came home and poked his head in the “office” (my bedroom) to ask if I wanted any eggs, I tried to ignore him. I carried on emailing my friend as if I were doing important work.
     “No thank you,” I said, still staring intently at the screen. He made himself some eggs and the kitchen had that fishy smell from burning olive oil in the cast iron skillet. When he was done cooking, I went to the kitchen and started to make myself lunch: a salad with strawberries, green onions, a lemon garlic dressing, chopped pecans, and shredded parmesan. As I spun greens in the salad spinner, he walked in with his plate in hand to eat at the butcher block. He was trying to spend time with me.
     “How was your day so far?” I asked. I was trying to be cool, or at least to avoid “getting into things” again. But all he said was, “Fine.” Okay, I thought, so that’s what we’re doing. Pretty soon, we were back to the question of whether or not we’re “on the same page” in our house hunting search and who’s leading the way in terms of the “authentic communication” we both talk about wanting.

Adam: “I’m sorry about the house. I just wasn’t ready to make a decision so quickly.”

Adam: “Is there never a time that you feel like I also contribute to honest communication?”

Adam: “I’m trying really hard. I feel overwhelmed.”

Adam: “Yes, I am. Every day that I go to work I’m working toward our future family together!”

You can probably imagine my side of things. We stood in the kitchen hugging for a while. I tried to kiss him, but he went for my forehead instead.
     This morning, when he went to leave on his bicycle, he didn’t say, “I love you.” He just said, “See you later.” I followed him to the door and said, “I love you,” sort of angrily. I didn’t want to deal with feeling guilty for leaving on a bad note if he were to get hit by a car and become brain damaged or paralyzed on the way to work. [10] He relented and said, “I love you, too.” I think it’s okay to say it even when you aren’t necessarily feeling it. I do this all the time with my family. I think maybe we were trying to connect in the kitchen after lunch so that “I love you” would come more naturally when he left again.
     After our brief embrace, he told me about some work stuff and I complained about the cost of health care in the U.S. I reported back to him some of the horrors I’d heard on NPR that morning. And then he put his helmet on and left for work and I got back to my important emails to friends.

I got to my therapist’s office at 3:30 even though my normal slot is 2:30. We scheduled this one for 3:30 because I asked if I could get a later slot now that I’m working Thursday mornings. Today (Thursday) was the only day she could do 3:30, so we scheduled it. But then I didn’t get scheduled for work today. When I arrived at 3:30, she said she’d been expecting me at 2:30. However, instead of apologizing profusely and insisting I must have been the one who got mixed up, I said what I knew to be true, which was that we’d scheduled it for 3:30 weeks ago. As it turned out, she had 45 minutes until her next client, so I stepped over her dog, Herbie, and sat down in the recliner.
I was sort of hoping, when she said she had been expecting me at 2:30, that she wouldn’t have time and I wouldn’t have to stay. I’d been taking a nap before driving over and wasn’t really feeling like talking. I wasn’t sure what I wanted to talk about. I’ve actually been feeling sort of hopeful about things for a couple of days, maybe more like 36 hours. And it’s been really nice. I thought going to therapy might ruin the nice, hopeful feeling. [11]
     For the entire session, I talked about Adam. I told my therapist all the details about the house we had looked at last Friday and about the way he’d resisted my intuition and put up a wall. I told her how these things had really pissed me off. I said I was still attached to the idea of the house, which someone else put an offer on immediately upon viewing, which is what I would have liked to do, and the seller accepted it before we even had a chance to put one together. Adam wanted to sleep on it. I told him, “We can’t sleep on it with the market the way it is!” I said this as if I were a realtor or had any real understanding of “the market.” All I knew was that I had written to the realtor the week before that what I (we) really wanted was something grandma had lived in for 50 years and then the universe gave us exactly that. The woman selling the house had lived in it for 52 years and had just moved out of state to be closer to family. And here’s the real kicker, the sign from the divine that we were meant to put in an offer immediately and not “sleep on it”: the grandma’s last name was Brown.
     My last name is Brown.
     And Adam’s last name is Brown.
     And we’re not even married yet. It’s just coincidence that we have the same last name. [12]
So, obviously, this was a sign. I was sold on the place—big, dry basement (for him to play music) with a finished bathroom (bonus); big yard with enough sun for a big garden; on a cul-de-sac (with children playing in the street = instant friends for my niece and nephew when they visit); and the price was right. But Adam didn’t want to hear it. All he could see was the carpet and wallpaper and huge ornate dining room set. He was anxious about being late to dinner with friends and didn’t want to go over the details of the contract even though I had my notebook and pen out and was taking notes as we re-capped things with our realtor. He wanted to sleep on it and talk about it the next day, even though I had to work at 7:00 the next morning and had already explained to him that I wouldn’t be available to discuss anything until the evening, which would probably be too late. And so, we went to dinner. And we didn’t get the house.
     I told all of this to my therapist, who doesn’t usually hear too much about my current life but instead hears a lot about my childhood and the many questions I have about my childhood. She said my energy was different and that she thought it was because I was talking about issues that were grounded in the present and not in the past. I guess that’s a good thing. Present. Not past.
     People keep telling us that purchasing a home is one of the most stressful things for a couple. I keep telling Adam that he should trust me more because I’m naturally a more practical person. He keeps telling me that he just needs more time because it’s a big decision. All this desire for more time makes my therapist wonder if the two of us aren’t quite ready for commitment. People keep asking us if we have a date set and I give the same line about how I didn’t want to be looking at venues for a reception and tent rental companies when I was supposed to be finishing my thesis for graduate school in the spring. Or I say that Adam’s starting grad school in the fall and I’m planning to start (another program) in the spring, so the earliest we’re thinking is next summer or fall. Sometime. Maybe a year from now. Who knows! Or else I say that we don’t have any money, which isn’t not true. Or that we’re trying to buy a house, which maybe isn’t true after all.
     My therapist asked some questions that resonated: Are you sure you’re ready to buy a house together? Are you sure you’re both ready for that type of commitment? 
Me: “Well…we might just put it in Adam’s name because we haven’t combined finances. I can’t imagine doing that! Super scary. I’ll just sort of pay him rent. And if I help out with household projects and renovations, we’ll figure out a way to make that fair for me. I’ll get a stake in the property, or he’ll take some agreed upon amount off the top of my rent that month. So really, it’s not that big of a commitment. We just want to stop paying our slum-lord-y landlord rent. And I really want a yard so I can have a garden.”
     Of course, then the therapist asks if I’m sure I want to get married, with all this talk of paying him rent and making things fair. I have a ring on my finger, but the truth is, I’m not sure. And neither is he. Is anyone ever totally sure? [13]
     From the beginning, I told Adam I wouldn’t marry him until he was out of debt. And that I wouldn’t have kids with him until at least one of us had a stable income. [14] And that health insurance would be good. Just a few months ago, for my 31st birthday, he tucked a printout of his credit card statement into a birthday card. It had a $0.00 balance. Happy Birthday, honey. I paid off my credit card! I guess now my “yes” is now more official than it was when he pulled the ring out of his sweatpants pocket in front of City Hall on our walk home from the library last September. 
     Anyway, it’s been three and a half years since we met, and we’ve been living together for about three of those and engaged for, I guess, about nine months. I’m on his insurance plan through work, but I pay him for it. We share a car (really, it’s mine) and a phone plan, split according to use. We split bills and groceries. [15] Here’s what my therapist wanted to know: Did Adam’s hesitation to purchase the $75,000 starter home of our dreams have a deeper meaning? And her questions led me to my own line of questioning: Is my dharma to bake lemon bars for my fiancé’s office co-workers and create a detailed filing system for all of our shared accounts and household projects (user manuals, car insurance statements, notes on construction loan products we might look into)? Or should I be focusing on my writing and the evening writing classes I keep talking about putting together to teach and job applications so that I can stop waitressing? In other words, should I be focusing on my own life? On “me” instead of “we”?

After therapy, I went to Starbucks to write down what happened, something I do most weeks. [16] I ordered an iced chai latte and texted back and forth with my sister for a while, then located the graduate course I plan to take in the fall in the course catalog and noted the time. I started another “to-do” list for tonight, which had “What Happened on June 21, 2018?” at the top. [17] Then I went across the street and purchased the pair of running shoes I’d placed on hold last week because I’d wanted time to think about the decision before committing to the $93.75 investment. It started to rain.

By the time I went for a run it was after 8:00p.m. and significantly cooler than it had been here for days. It was a chilly 75 degrees, or thereabouts. While running, I thought about my grandpa’s daily diaries. My maternal grandfather kept a daily diary for years. The first one began as a joint effort. He and my grandma commemorated the day of their wedding, June 2, 1956, with an inaugural diary entry. I wonder now, was the daily diary a wedding gift from someone? Perhaps my great Uncle Claire, who was a writer. [18] After a while, my grandma’s handwriting fades away, but my grandfather continued to record each day’s events for years on his own. Of course, finding an entry for 1958 or 1968 would be ideal (for a nice, round number), but I don’t have those diaries on hand. As far as I know, they’re located in my Aunt Laura’s basement. But what I do have is the actual diary from 1956.
     The details of their day on June 21, 1956 are in my grandfather’s squat handwriting, easy to tell apart from my grandmother’s neat, right-leaning script. The entry reads,
We drove to New Providence last night to my folks, and got there near ten. We went into Eldora this morning, where I saw Dr. Nyquist. He said I was OK, and time would make me more peppy. Later, we went to Marshalltown and ordered another Hide Away bed from Mr. Cox, plus two chrome steel yellow cushioned kitchen chairs. We looked at washing machines on our way home. In the evening, we saw the Deep River Softball girls beaten by one run at Wellston.
     Added later are the prices of the items. $169 for the Hide Away bed. $6.66 for the chairs, though it’s unclear if that was per chair or altogether. These are the notes of two newlyweds preparing for their conjugal home.
     Twenty-nine years and 364 days later, on June 20, 1986, after a six-month battle with leukemia, my grandma died. My grandpa’s entry for that day reads,
Elizabeth died at 9 p.m. today. She had been breathing heavily and had been on oxygen all day. She passed peacefully. I was holding one hand and Julie and Sheilah were holding the other hand. Connie and Colleen had been up earlier—also Laura, Mark and Alisa. [19]
     One year later, on June 21, 1987, I was exactly two months old my grandfather recorded his visit to the Quaker meeting house he regularly attended, and the genealogy work he accomplished that day. It’s disappointing to find that the entry for this day, 31 years ago, isn’t one of the many in which he comments on how proud he was to show me off at the courthouse, where he was the County Supervisor, or makes note of my overall health. Those are the types of entries I enjoy. [20]
     I didn’t remember to call my mom and ask how she was doing yesterday, on the anniversary of her mother’s death. I don’t always remember to do this, but, in recent years, I’ve been making an effort. I don’t know what it would have felt like to lose my mother at age twenty-one, and I don’t know what it would have meant to have a baby at twenty-two. I’m thirty-one now and I’m not sure I’ll know what it’s like to have a baby at all.
     On my run, I took a route I hadn’t taken for a while. It was a beautiful summer evening and for once not too hot, and I saw a total of one person in their yard. The only other people out of doors were the orange-vested energy company workers for Spire.

For dinner, Adam and I had leftover hamburgers from a grill out earlier this week. Adam made basil-mayonaisse with basil from our porch box, but he over-blended it so that it was watery. It looked pretty disgusting, but I put it on my burger anyway. I had a brownie and ice-cream for dessert. The small white bowl I ate out of is still sitting next to me on the coffee table. It’s one of a set of three I scored a few months ago from Goodwill. Handcrafted Cabana porcelain. It’s the exact size of half a grapefruit. Adam has fallen asleep on the other couch with a book laid open on his chest. It looks like he’s about a quarter of the way through the latest Naomi Klein book; something about “NO” is all I can see in the title from here. I’ve stayed up two hours past my goal bedtime of ten p.m. to record all of this. Perhaps one day my descendants—if I have any, if I am not first infected by a brain-eating amoeba—will be as interested in what I had to say about today as I am in what my grandfather had to say about every day for the years he kept a daily record. Or perhaps not. As of five minutes ago, Central Standard Time, June 21, 2018, is over.

*

  1. I wish the word fiancé didn’t sound so pretentious. It’s not that I think all French words are pretentious, just that saying “fiancé,” which is what he is, instead of “boyfriend,” which is what he was before, seems to be making a big announcement. “Everyone! We’re going to get married!” But, this isn’t an announcement I want to make. We don’t have a date set and I’m not sure we ever will. I sort of pressured him into getting me a ring, I think, and now I don’t really like wearing it. I really don’t like the added hassle of having to clean it either, but it looks a lot nicer when I do.
  2. The Big Berkey system was a big (read: expensive) purchase that felt necessary when my fiancé, Adam, and I moved into the rental where we live two years ago. The tap water had—and still has—a dusty flavor and scent that was amplified when we boiled water for tea or carbonated it using the Soda Stream. Also, fancier salt is often marketed as being crucial to proper nasal irrigation, but I’ve relied on the Morton’s girl and her umbrella in the rain for years with no problems.
  3. I only learned about the brain-eating amoeba because, a couple of years ago, my mom sent me an alarming message th
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The Cincinnati Bengals haven’t exactly been known as one of the NFL’s first-class organizations. But based on a story shared by former Bengals receiver, T.J. Houshmandzadeh, the franchise has at least improved in recent years. In an appearance with Colin Cowherd Tuesday, Houshmandzadeh said, “The year before I got to the Bengals, Willie Anderson was […]
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The flaw of the Indians' top-heavy roster was on full display on Tuesday night. Three of the team's All-Stars put on an impressive show, but the Tribe's bullpen washed away all of the night's good vibes with a ninth-inning collapse. Following eight brilliant innings from All-Star Trevor Bauer, Cleveland allowed seven runs in the final frame to sink the Tribe in a 7-4 loss to the Reds. When Joey Votto put Cincinnati ahead for good with a three-run double off Dan Otero, the Progressive Field crowd unleashed a chorus of boos.
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Schebler rf-cf 4 1 0 0 1 3 .279
Herrera 2b 3 1 0 0 2 2 .000
Votto 1b 5 1 1 3 0 1 .291
Gennett dh 3 1
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Cuando la presente campaña de Grandes Ligas se puso en marcha había mucha expectación porque se vislumbraba como la temporada en la que Juan Carlos Ramírez se establecería como abridor de los Angelinos, en la que Erasmo Ramírez se graduaría como protagonista en la rotación de los Marineros y en la que Cheslor Cuthbert podría alcanzar un peldaño más con los Reales. Sin embargo, en el transcurso de los primeros meses de juego aparecieron las lesiones y de uno en uno los nicas fueron pasando a la lista de lesionados. 

Más tarde apareció Jonathan Loáisiga con los Yanquis, reavivando el entusiasmo entre la afición nacional, pero recientemente también fue enviado a la lista de inhabilitados. De tal forma que las lesiones han impedido la posibilidad de ver en acción al mismo tiempo a cinco jugadores de origen nicaragüense, el único que permanece activo es Alex Blandino.  Aquí un repaso por lo que ha sido la temporada de Juan Carlos, Erasmo, Cheslor, Jonathan y Blandino. 

J.C. y la Tommy John

Tras registrar dos derrotas en dos aperturas en la primera semana de abril y de retirarse del montículo sintiendo rigidez en el antebrazo derecho en su última salida el 7 de abril ante los Atléticos de Oakland, los Angelinos decidieron enviar a Juan Carlos a la lista de lesionados por diez días y luego los médicos del equipo resolvieron recomendarle que se sometiera a la cirugía Tommy John.

Ramírez aceptó y pocos días después fue operado. Actualmente se encuentra recuperándose de la operación y con la mirada puesta en la campaña del 2019, cuando se dé su regreso. El capitalino terminó temprano la temporada y dejó números que evidenciaban el mal estado de su brazo. Balance de 0-2 y efectividad de 9.45 producto de haber permitido siete carreras limpias en 6.2 innings lanzados.

Erasmo, fuera desde abril

Lo de Erasmo Ramírez no pintó para bien desde el principio. El derecho de Rivas se perdió gran parte del Spring Training y las primeras semanas de la temporada regular. Luego apareció y solo pudo realizar dos aperturas, mismas que perdió recibiendo sendas palizas ante los Vigilantes de Texas y los Indios de Cleveland. Tras verlo deslucir permitiendo 11 carreras limpias en 9.2 episodios y determinar una tensión en el músculo redondo mayor de su brazo de lanzar, los Marineros decidieron ponerlo en la lista de lesionados el primero de mayo, desde entonces no ha vuelto al mejor beisbol del mundo.

Recientemente el nica ha realizado sesiones de bullpen y aunque no hay fecha específica de su regreso, se espera que pronto vuelva, pues ha manifestado sentirse bien después de cada sesión. Erasmo tiene récord de 0-2 y efectividad de 10.24. En dos salidas permitió siete cuadrangulares. 

Cheslor, entre dudas

Cheslor Cuthbert no juega con los Reales de Kansas City desde el 14 de mayo, cuando se fue de 3-0 con dos ponches ante el picheo de los Rays de Tampa Bay. Días después de esta presentación su equipo lo puso en la lista de lesionados como consecuencia de dolencias en la espalda.

Tras un tiempo considerable de recuperación, Ned Yost, el mánager de los Royals anunció el costeño realizaría 20 partidos de rehabilitación en Triple A, sin embargo, al día siguiente el equipo anunció que Cheslor sufrió una recaída de sus molestias en la espalda y esto le impediría seguir jugando en Ligas Menores, donde completó solo seis encuentros. De cuándo será su regreso al equipo grande no hay certeza. El nica presenta un promedio ofensivo de .194 como resultado de 20 imparables en 103 turnos al bate. Entre sus incogibles aparecen dos dobles y tres cuadrangulares.  

Loáisiga, dos semanas fuera

Ante la salida de Juan Carlos, Erasmo y Cheslor, con Alex Blandino tratando de sacarle el máximo provecho a su debut con los Rojos de Cincinnati, llegó la noticia de Jonathan Loáisiga y su ascenso a los Yanquis de Nueva York.

El novel lanzador impresionó y en cuatro aperturas forjó un récord de 2-0 y una efectividad de 3.00, con el agregado de haber dejado claro su potencial. No obstante, su equipo decidió enviarlo a Triple A para que realizara ciertos ajustes que le permitieran mejorar como lanzador.

El lunes pasado Jonathan pudo volver al equipo grande y abrir ante los Orioles de Baltimore, pero una inflamación en el hombro de su brazo derecho se lo impidió. De acuerdo con el último diagnóstico, el nica no presenta ningún daño estructural y por lo tanto solo necesita reposo para recuperarse, es por esto que no tendrá acción durante las dos próximas semanas. 

Blandino en pie de guerra

Alex Blandino debutó el 10 de abril con los Rojos y no tardó en mostrar sus recursos como artillero. Lo hizo bien siendo titular y no desentonó cuando empezó a funcionar como bateador emergente, sin embargo, la falta de actividad no le ha caído bien y apareciendo desde la banca su rendimiento ha bajado.

El único pelotero de origen nica activo en la MLB presenta un promedio ofensivo de 221 como resultado de 27 hits en 122 turnos, suma entre sus cañonazos cuatro dobles y un jonrón y agrega a su accionar ofensivo  ocho carreras impulsadas y 13 anotadas. Eso sí, se poncha 40 veces, más de las que conecta de imparable. 


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The Reds' celebration after Joey Votto's go-ahead double.Baseball produces plenty of remarkable comebacks, but what the Cincinnati Reds did Tuesday night was on another level. They were trailing the in-state foe Cleveland Indians 4-0 in the top of the ninth following eight scoreless innings and 12 strikeouts from Cleveland starter Trevor Bauer, and although Scooter Gennett (hit by pitch) and Eugenio Suarez Read more...

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The city and surrounding neighborhoods could also be unified by a FLEXIBLE bus system...when I see the downtown trolley which is a bus looking like a trolley,,,I think...why not..why couldn't that be an option? I think the streecar will further dis-unify our city....who will afford it when we all have to pay? Why are we against riding a bus? Or better...WHO is against riding a bus. When I last drove into Downtown and saw all the wires involved with the trolley, it brought back memories of our old streetcar...wires, tracks, etc,,,that eventually were out of date. I'll wait to hear about our winters,,,how they impact the trolley, drivers, etc. I still vote "no" on the streetcar... Have you lookied into the "not success" about the streetcar in Cincinnatihttps://www.cincinnati.com/story/news/politics/2018/03/05/5-reasons-why-cincinnati-streetcars-numbers-crashing-no-fixes-sight/377015002/
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Austin Allen’s first poetry collection, Pleasures of the Game (Waywiser Press, 2016), was awarded the Anthony Hecht Poetry Prize. His poetry has appeared or is forthcoming in The Yale Review, The Missouri Review, The Sewanee Review, 32 Poems, and Verse Daily. He is a doctoral student in creative writing at the University of Cincinnati.









MARIS*
*Roger Maris, American baseball player, famous for breaking Babe Ruth’s single-season record of 60 home runs in 1961. Because Maris had a longer season than Ruth in which to accumulate his total, his feat generated fierce controversy, and one sportswriter suggested that an asterisk accompany his name in the record books. The commissioner of baseball agreed, but the mark was never added.

Asterisk, dark kiss, sign you were born under,
little appendix twinging in your gut,
making its clever point, its “Well yes but…”
Has someone carved it on your grave, I wonder?

It multiplies, becomes a flurry of flakes,
hardens to hail and pelts you as you run,
head lowered, one blast shy of sixty-one.
Litters its thistles, drives spikes through your spikes.

*
Babe Ruth ate the past. Which would have been
the present, back then. That huge son of a bitch
gobbled and guzzled, smoked and sinned so much,
what’s left for you? The wine is drained, the women

know the score. Father of modern sport
and giant baby, hopeless little shit
sent to reform school, where he learned to hit,
and grin, and trot around the bases toward—

*
Rip the game stitch from stitch, green blade from blade.
Spill all the ball’s yarn brains, the whole white mile
spooled to the core. You’re starting to taste bile—
retch and spit up your black tobacco cud,

spit seeds, spit bubblegum, spit it: one spiked
windpipe obstruction like a Cracker Jack toy
lodged back there, somehow, since you were a boy…
You don’t remember childhood much. You liked

baseball, liked summertime. Each place you lived
seemed colder than the last. Old tribal nations
under the fields, train platforms without stations.
Some years your parents quarreled and you moved.

You’re not star-crossed; you don’t believe in streaks;
statistically, things happen. Still, the team’s
away games always give you hard-luck dreams:
Ruth’s twenties roar, the cagefaced umpire blocks

your way, you can’t reach—even to start from—home—
somehow the fix is in—each word you shout
at those fat folded arms is asterisked out…
The grass mends. The crowd goes tame. The seams resume.

*
Although it comes late, you hit that final blast.
The asterisk needs an asterisk of its own.
Above your Little League diamond, diamonds shone
unqualified....The record for time past

is broken, is broken. The child defeats the father,
memorabilia gathers on the shelf,
but time had more time to surpass itself,
so I’m not buying any of it, either.


When was this poem composed? How did it start?

I wrote the poem in 2011 and included it in my first book, Pleasures of the Game. I’d been fascinated by the Roger Maris story since childhood and had wanted to write about him for years. The asterisk beside his name in the record books is just an urban legend, but it spoke to something real: a lingering perception that he’d fallen short of Babe Ruth, that his record technically didn’t count. He knew many fans felt this way and was shaken by the controversy.

I think most of us can relate to the fear of the asterisk, which goes something like this:
YOU HAVE ACHIEVED INCREDIBLE SUCCESS*
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How many revisions did this poem undergo? How much time elapsed between the first and final drafts?

The poem had a number of false starts. The earliest draft I can find is from March 2011, and the first one that resembles the finished poem is from October 2011. Then came a number of edits before I sent it out to journals. Two years later, I made another substantial change before my book came out: I tweaked the narrative framing so that the poem addresses Maris as “you,” from the perspective of an unnamed “I,” rather than speaking as Maris.

I did this after a friend suggested I’d made Maris sound too poet-like. Although I was never aiming for a literal imitation of his voice, I found the critique helpful, and I think the final version is better for the change.

Do you believe in inspiration? How much of this poem was “received” and how much was the result of sweat and tears?

Sometimes a poem will come together quickly, but not often. I sweated this one out. On the other hand, glancing at these old drafts, I see I made a sudden burst of progress around 10/30/11, so inspiration (whatever it is) played a part.

How did this poem arrive at its final form? Did you consciously employ any principles of technique?

One conscious choice was the use of slant or imperfect rhymes: “flakes / spikes,” etc. These seemed appropriate for a poem that’s all about “close, but not quite.” They’re also sprinkled irregularly throughout the poem—I was trying to keep myself as well as the reader off balance.

Was there anything unusual about the way in which you wrote this poem?

These days it’s rare for me to revise a poem drastically several times over. I plan and prepare more, so that I have a better idea of what I want to do by the time I start writing. I still work slowly, but more of that time goes into fiddling with details.

How long after you finished this poem did it first appear in print?

About a year. It got picked up by Iron Horse Literary Review in 2012 and became one of my first journal publications.

How long do you let a poem “sit” before you send it off into the world? Do you have any rules about this or does your practice vary with every poem?

It varies quite a bit. Sometimes I send things out too soon. Everything about the current market encourages that impulse—you have to fight it. Better to let the poem breathe for a while.

Could you talk about fact and fiction and how this poem negotiates the two?


“Maris” deals with well-known, real-life events, but still takes plenty of creative license. I was going more for psychological than biographical truth. I don’t know, for example, whether he actually resented Babe Ruth, a man he never met. But doesn’t it seem plausible?

Is this a narrative poem?

A fractured one, yes.

Do you remember who you were reading when you wrote this poem? Any influences you’d care to disclose?

I forget who I was reading at the time, but Frost, Auden, and Marianne Moore all explored connections between games and writing (including, in Moore’s case, baseball and writing). Their influence shaped Pleasures of the Game in general and might have crept into “Maris.”

Do you have any particular audience in mind when you write, an ideal reader?

I tend to agree with Auden’s couplet: “Art, if it doesn’t start there, at least ends / In an attempt to entertain our friends.”

I also write with live performance in mind. At poetry readings there are always a few audience members who’ve been roped into attending and are skeptical of poetry. I try to write poems that will win them over.

Did you let anyone see drafts of this poem before you finished it? Is there an individual or a group of individuals with whom you regularly share work?

My MFA classmates saw a draft version of “Maris.” Outside of workshops, I generally show poem drafts to three or four friends. One friend has been my default first reader for about ten years now; we share and comment regularly on each other’s work. We don’t always take each other’s advice, but I never publish anything without getting her opinion first. (See Auden couplet above.)

How does this poem differ from other poems of yours?

Structurally, it’s a little odder than most of my poems. It feels unsettled to me, unstable in its mix of fact and fantasy, and I hope it feels that way to the reader, too.

What is American about this poem?

Besides the baseball stuff? The neurotic attitude toward success.

Was this poem finished or abandoned?

Finished.*
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How colors got their names, and a strange way to write. The terms "blue" and "orange" arrived in English via French, so why didn't we also adapt the French for black and white? Plus, not every example of writing goes in one direction across the page. In antiquity, people sometimes wrote right to left, then left to right, then back again -- the same pattern you use when mowing a lawn. There's a word for that! And: a whiff of those fragrant duplicated worksheets that used to be passed out in elementary schools. Do you call them mimeographed pages or ditto sheets? Also, three-way chili, hangry, frogmarch, the cat may look at the queen, hen turd tea, and the  rhetorical backoff I'm just saying.

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Is there a word or phrase that's particular to your hometown? The editors of the Oxford English Dictionary would like to hear about it. In Cincinnati, for example, three-way refers to a kind of style of serving chili. You can contribute your examples on the OED's site, or talk about it on Twitter using the hashtag #wordswhereyouare.

If you're of a certain age, you may remember the smell of pages from ditto machines. Before those fragrant pages, there were sheets printed by mimeographs. Both the words ditto and mimeograph were originally brand names. Xerox machines later came along, a brand name deriving from the Greek word xeros, or dry, a reference to the printing process. From the same Greek root comes xeroscaping, which is landscaping that requries little or no water. The word ditto goes back to an Italian word that means said, while mimeograph comes from Greek words that mean "to write the same." Other terms for similar types of printing devices are formograph, mimeoscope, spirit duplicator, hectograph, roneograph, and pyrograph.

When trying to make themselves understood, kids cab be wonderfully creative with language. A couple of examples sent in by listeners: lasterday, referring to any time in the past, and spicy, describing bath water that's too hot.

Colleen from Fairbanks, Alaska, is pondering the word hangry, a portmanteau of hungry and angry, and applied to someone who's irritable as the result of hunger. Although hangry has been around sincet at least the 1950s, it enjoyed a boost in popularity in the 1990s. In 2018, the Oxford English Dictionary added an entry for this useful adjective.

Quiz Guy John Chaneski's quiz involves words and phrases that the late writer Tom Wolfe helped popularize. For example, what phrase is associated with Wolfe's 1979 book with a title that might be paraphrased as Just What Is Needed?

Why does English derive words for some colors, such as blue and orange, from French, but not words for other colors, such as black and white? A fantastic resource about the history of colors is Kassia St. Clair's The Secret Lives of Color.

On Twitter, @mollybackes notes that in Wisconsin, a Tyme machine dispenses cash, not time travel.

Nancy in Panama City Beach, Florida, remembers that as a girl, whenever she asked why her mother was looking at her, her mother would respond, Well, can't the cat look at the queen? This phrase goes all the way back to the mid-16th century. A 1652 book of proverbs includes the version What, a cat may look on a king, you know. Another version goes, a cat is free to contemplate a monarch.

To frogmarch someone means to hustle them out of a place, usually by grabbing their collar and pinning their arms behind. Originally, this verb referred to police carrying an unruly person out of a building face down with a different person grasping each limb.

Steve in Dennis, Massachusetts, remembers a cartoon that showed a boy trying to persuade a donkey to pull a cart by holding out a carrot suspended from a stick. Is that the origin of the expression carrot and stick? The original metaphor involved the idea of motivating an animal with intermittent rewards and punishment -- that is, proffering a carrot or threatening with a stick.

In his collection of essays, A Temple of Texts, writer William Gass observed: The true alchemists do not change lead into gold; they change the world into words."

Boustrophedonic writing goes from right to left, then left to right, then right to left again. This term derives from Greek word bous, meaning "ox," also found in bucolic and bulimia (literally, ox hunger) and strophe, meaning turn, like the downward turn that is a catastrophe. The adjectival form is boustrophedonic.

Mark from Los Angeles, California, is curious about the slang term gank, meaning to steal.

Monte from San Antonio, Texas, responded to our query about what to call people who hold up traffic in turn lanes. Monte and his fellow truck drivers refer to such motorists as steering-wheel holders.

Eric in Fairbanks, Alaska, notes the use of the phrase I'm just saying as a way to soften one's comment or avoid responsibility for an observation. Linguists, who've been studying this phrase since the early 2000s, call such a statement a rhetorical backoff. Other examples are present company excluded, no offense, not to be critical, no offense or the even more elaborate I'm not saying, I'm just saying.

Julie in Nantucket, Massachussetts, was tickled when her father used the expression weak as hen turd tea. More commonly called chicken poop tea, or chicken poo tea, or in Australia chook pop tea, hen turd tea is a mixture of poultry manure steeped in water that some believe is helpful to spread over garden soil.

This episode is hosted by Martha Barnette and Grant Barrett, and produced by Stefanie Levine.

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An Ohio community is divided over the name of the local high school's mascot. For years, their teams have been called the Redskins. Is that name derogatory -- or does it honor the history of Native Americans in that area? And: You know when you're waiting in line to make a left turn at a traffic light, but the driver ahead of you is so busy with their cell phone that you end up having to sit through another red light? There ought to be a word for that, right? Maybe there is. Finally, the surprising connection between a passage of ancient poetry and familiar brand of athletic shoes. Plus rhyming phrases, far out, using a wheelchair vs. confined to a wheelchair, honey hole, pirate lingo, honte, and floorios.

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On Twitter @flaminghaystack asks: What if the person who named walkie talkies named everything? For starters, we might refer to a defibrillator as a hearty starty and stamps as licky stickies.

A San Diego, California, listener wonders if the expression far out originally had to do with surfing. This expression describing something excellent or otherwise impressive originated in the world of jazz, where far out suggested the idea of something beyond compare.

The Yiddish phrase Hak mir nisht keyn tshaynik and its variants have been used to tell someone to stop babbling or making noise. Literally, it means Don't knock me a teakettle.

After the death of theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking, @tommysantelli tweeted a powerful reminder about the language we use to describe someone who uses a wheelchair.

A Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts, listener notes that the word cunning is sometimes used to describe a cute baby. In the 14th century, this adjective had to do with the idea of knowing, and eventually also acquired the meaning of quaint or charming. The word cute itself followed a somewhat similar path, deriving from acute, meaning sharp or knowledgeable.

Quiz Guy John Chaneski has a take-off puzzle this week, offering clues to rhyming two-word phrases made by removing the letter D from the beginning of one of them. For example, if your sound equipment was damaged in a flood, what are you left with?

A debate is raging in a Cincinnati, Ohio, community over the name of a local high school mascot, the Redskins. What's the origin of the word redskin, and is it a derogatory term or an homage to Native Americans? The book Redskins: Insult and Brand by C. Richard King is a helpful resource on this topic. In this local dispute, the adults seem to be arguing past each other, and the hosts suggest that the students themselves should be brought into the discussion.

Do not confine your children to your own learning, for they were born in another time. This may be a Jewish proverb, although its provenance is uncertain. In any case, it's a reminder that while young people still have much to learn, they also know things their elders don't.

A law enforcement professional describes a dispute that arose over the term honey hole. He and some of his colleagues understand it to mean a place where many citations would be written, but two others took offense at what they perceived as a sexual connotation. Actually, the term honey hole has had a variety of meanings over the years, including a hole in a tree where honey is found, a good fishing or hunting spot, a place on a baseball field where a hit ball is likely to land, a strong source of income or profit, a hole made in a log to attract raccoons, a spot where in-ground compost is made. Honey hole is also used ironically to mean a latrine or an area where one is likely to catch a serious illness like malaria.

A ninth-grade English teacher in Canfield, Ohio, says that when her class reached the climactic scene in The Odyssey where Odysseus bends his mighty bow and kills his wife's suitors, a student wondered whether the correct phrase is shoot a bow or shoot an arrow. The latter is far more common.

The Latin phrase mens sana in corpore sano, or "a healthy mind in a healthy body," comes from one of the Satires of the ancient Roman poet Juvenal. Fast-forward to 1977, when the Japanese manufacturer of athletic footwear was looking for a name for his new product. He chose an acronym based on a phrase with roughly the same translation, anima sana in corpore sano, or ASICS.

You know when you're waiting in line to make a left turn at a traffic light, but the pokey driver ahead of you is so busy with their cell phone that you end up having to sit through another red light? Shouldn't there be a word for those selfish drivers? How about left-lane losers? Or light hogs? Maybe lanesquatters? A listener in La Jolla, California, believes that naming this phenomenon will be the first step to ending it.

Honeypots is a children's game in which players sit or squat with their hands gripping the backs of their thighs, while other players lift them up by the armpits and shake or swing them in an attempt to make them lose their grip. What fun!

Why is the past tense of buy not buyed but bought? Often the verbs most likely to have such irregular forms are the simplest, reflecting the residue of centuries-old grammatical features.

A chance encounter with University of California San Diego professor of history Mark Hanna, author of Pirate Nests and the Rise of the British Empire, 1570-1740, leads to a discussion of how the saying Arrr! came to be associated with pirates. This exclamation seems to have been popularized by British actor Robert Newton in the 1950 movie Treasure Island.

A woman in Lafayette, Louisiana, and wonders about the Cajun French word honte, which means extreme embarrassment and shame.

Food that fell on the floor that you go ahead and eat anyway? That's a floorio.

This episode is hosted by Martha Barnette and Grant Barrett, and produced by Stefanie Levine.

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Bloomberg has a profile piece out on former Ohio Attorney General, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau director gubernatorial candidate, Richard Cordray (D. OH). The key focus of this piece is to see if Cordray’s economic populist message and record taking on Wall Street is the way back to victory for Democrats in the Rust Belt:

Clinton’s loss raised a host of thorny questions the party has been debating ever since: Was the problem Clinton, or is it broader than that? Should Democrats make more explicit appeals around race and gender to activate disaffected voters? Or should they embrace the full-throated economic populism of Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren?

Cordray’s race will offer some interesting clues—he’s as pure an exponent of Warren-style populism as anyone on this year’s ballot. Because he lacks a Trump-like persona or a desire to litigate the president’s misdeeds, Cordray is embarking on what amounts to a laboratory experiment in the power of progressive economic populism to win back lost voters. Trump showed that hard-right populism can resonate in Ohio; what’s as yet unclear is whether that message can resonate from the left, when shorn of its anti-immigrant, anti-Clinton attacks and dialed back from Trumpian bombast to Cordray’s scout-leader calm.

Recruited by Warren herself to the CFPB after a stint as Ohio’s attorney general, Cordray has turned the agency’s mission of protecting consumers from Wall Street predations into a campaign message. “My job at the CFPB, as President Obama told me when he interviewed me, was to stand on the side of people in the financial marketplace and see that they were treated fairly,” Cordray told a group of Cincinnati firefighters. “We did that—and got back $12 billion for 30 million Americans who had been cheated or mistreated by large financial institutions.” Cordray also touted his role as Ohio’s financial avenger after the 2008 crisis. “We recognized that our pension system had been abused—a pension system that supports our police, firefighters, and public servants,” he continued. “We got back $2 billion from Wall Street that never should have been taken from them and put it back into Ohio taxpayers’ pockets.”

His Robin Hood record notwithstanding, Cordray, 59, is about the furthest thing from the tub-thumping populists of yore. Tall and sandy-haired, he has a hangdog visage and the soft-spoken demeanor of the late PBS kids’ show host Mr. Rogers. “It makes me mad to see people in government serving themselves at our expense,” Cordray, sounding not the least bit mad, told a union crowd in Lima earlier that day.

While he rarely puts a charge in his audience, Cordray drove Republicans in Washington to fits, quickly emerging as Public Enemy No. 2 (behind Warren) for his aggressiveness in clawing back those billions of dollars for consumers. Conservatives viewed him as the embodiment of rapacious government overreach and made him the target of furious criticism throughout his CFPB tenure. “For conducting unlawful activities, abusing his authority, denying market participants due process, Richard Cordray should be dismissed by our president,” Jeb Hensarling, the Republican chairman of the House Financial Services Committee, declared last year, as part of an unsuccessful campaign to pressure Trump to fire him.

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CLEVELAND — Joey Votto hit a go-ahead three-run double during a seven-run ninth inning and the Cleveland Indians bullpen wasted a gem from Trevor Bauer in a 7-4 loss to the Cincinnati Reds on Tuesday night. Indians closer Cody Allen (2-4) allowed six runs after getting two outs in the ninth, the last three charged […]

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Joey Votto hit a go-ahead three-run double during a seven-run ninth inning and the Cleveland Indians bullpen wasted a gem from Trevor Bauer in a 7-4 loss to the Cincinnati Reds on Tuesday night.
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Joey Votto hit a go-ahead three-run double during a seven-run ninth inning and the Cleveland Indians bullpen wasted a gem from Trevor Bauer in a 7-4 loss to the Cincinnati Reds.
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Joey Votto hit a go-ahead three-run double during a seven-run ninth inning and the Cleveland Indians bullpen wasted a gem from Trevor Bauer in a 7-4 loss to the Cincinnati Reds on Tuesday night.

Indians closer Cody Allen (2-4) allowed six runs after getting two outs in the ninth, the last three charged on Votto's sharp hit to right off Dan Otero. Adam Duvall also doubled in two in the ninth, while Jose Peraza and Eugenio Suarez each hit an RBI single. Cincinnati had seven straight batters reach with two outs, and the inning didn't end until Scooter Gennett ran into the third out at third base on Suarez's single.

Cleveland's bullpen entered Tuesday with a 5.13 ERA, better only than the Rockies (5.28) and Royals (5.35).

Bauer was brilliant, striking out 12 over eight scoreless innings in his first appearance since being named to the All-Star team for the first time. The right-hander allowed three singles, walked one and didn't allow a hit until Jesse Winker hit a one-out single in the fifth.

Bauer became the second major league pitcher to post seven consecutive quality starts with eight-or-more strikeouts and no homers allowed, according to the Indians. Pedro Martinez set the record with eight in 2002.

Former Cleveland reliever Kyle Crockett (1-0) recorded the final two outs in the eighth, and Raisel Iglesias worked the ninth for his second save in two nights and his 19th of the season.

Francisco Lindor hit his fifth leadoff homer of the year and fellow All-Star Jose Ramirez added a solo shot as the Indians scored twice in the opening frame against righty Sal Romano.

Ramirez's home run was his 25th, marking the eighth time in Indians history the milestone has been reached in the first half of a season. He doubled in the eighth to match Lindor atop the AL with 52 extra-base hits.

Lindor, who has 24 homers, and Roberto Perez drove in runs in the second without the benefit of a hit.

Romano worked 7 1/3 innings and allowed five hits.

Cincinnati is 38-36 since interim manager Jim Riggleman took over for Bryan Price on April 19.

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Indians: RF Lonnie Chisenhall received a second medical opinion on his strained left calf. The diagnosis of a Grade 3 strain with an 8-10 week recovery period was confirmed.

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Reds RHP Tyler Mahle (7-6, 3.66 ERA) takes on Indians RHP Carlos Carrasco (9-5, 4.28 ERA) in the series finale. Mahle hasn't lost since May 20, going 4-0 in eight starts, and has an NL-low 2.04 ERA since June 1.


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          (USA-GA-Atlanta) Senior Claim Specialist -- GA Workers' Compensation      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
When is the last time you felt like you made a difference to your employer and in the job you do? Been awhile? Never? Our employees at Strategic Comp DO make a difference and feel appreciated for it. In fact we received 98% rating for overall job satisfaction from the participants in our last employee survey, making it no surprise that our employee turnover is less than 2%. This clearly indicates the passion and energy our staff has for our company and for the job they do . . . and they never want to work anywhere else! A big reason for these successes is due to our careful matching of the right job with the right person. Currently we have an opening for a Senior Claim Specialist in your territory. Are you innovative, high energy, resilient, determined, assertive, clever, and competitive? Do you see each new claim as a puzzle to work and a challenge to be won? Does this sound like you? If so, this might be the right job for you. Here’s who we are. Strategic Comp is part of Great American Insurance Group, which was established in 1872. Based in Cincinnati, Ohio, the operations of Great American Insurance Group are engaged primarily in property and casualty insurance, focusing on specialty commercial products for businesses, and in the sale of annuities and supplemental insurance products. The members of the Great American Insurance Group are subsidiaries of American Financial Group, Inc. AFG’s common stock is listed and traded on the New York Stock Exchange (“NYSE”) and NASDAQ under the symbol “AFG”. Here’s what we do. We insure workers’ compensation coverage for large companies, using our deductible program. Our service in claims and loss control is second to none. We’ve found that a large majority of our customers feel the way our employees do. Our renewal retention is 90+%, meaning our customers don’t want to leave us either! Here’s what you would be doing if hired for the Senior Claim Specialist position. Your role would be to investigate and adjust workers' compensation claims with high potential exposure. We take an extremely aggressive and pro-active approach in claims adjusting and are looking for the person who not only knows their territory’s comp laws but also enjoys the role of putting that experience to good use. Because we focus on outcomes and not just processes, we look for the adjuster who is very skilled at developing strategies to bring claims to resolution. The person hired for this position will work from an office in their home with occasional travel to claims reviews and meetings. Investigating losses. Analyzing coverage, determining compensability and benefits. Establishing reserves and negotiating settlements. Conducting meetings on the phone with insureds and claimants. Preparing large loss reports to both internal and external audiences. (Attending settlement conferences as assigned.) Working closely with defense attorneys and other vendors including medical case management, surveillance, etc. To apply, you must have a minimum of 10 years of Georgia workers' compensation claims adjusting experience with higher exposure claims. Strong consideration will be given to candidates with industry designations including Associate in Claims. You must be a great communicator, in both written and verbal form, and be able to work with a variety of internal and external contacts. You also need to have experience and skills in the use of computers and software programs as these are used extensively in this position. Application Instructions: Please select "Apply for this job online" to upload the following items in one document: + Your resume + Three work references (including current contact information) + A cover letter telling us why you feel that you are a good match for this position. We will not consider any resumes that do not include a detailed cover letter and three work references. ID: 23797 Travel Percentage: 0 to 10% External Company URL: www.gaic.com
          (USA-OH-Cincinnati) Senior Accountant      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Be Here. Be Great. Working for a leader in the insurance industry means opportunity for you. Great American Insurance Group, a member of American Financial Group, is a Fortune 500 company consistently recognized as a top place to work. We combine a "small company" culture where your ideas will be heard with "big company" expertise to help you succeed. With over 30 specialty property and casualty operations and a variety of financial services, there are always opportunities here to learn and grow. The American Financial Group (AFG) Accounting department is adding a Senior Accountant to the team. This department is responsible for maintaining the journal entries and general ledgers for AFG and about a dozen other active companies that are outside of our Annuity and Property and Casualty operations. We are seeking a career-minded individual who is motivated to learn from a seasoned team of accounting professionals. + Compiles, consolidates and analyzes accounting and finance information for the production of statements, schedules, filings, and reports of a more complex nature. + Balances and controls data to maintain complete and accurate general ledgers for the accounts or department(s) assigned. + Analyzes organization financial data for the review and evaluation of existing procedures and operations in assigned area for the purpose of making recommendations regarding improvements. + Reconciles and adjusts as necessary journal entries and accounting classifications assigned to various records. + Coordinates complex accounting matters and reporting with other departments, locations, divisions and external customers. + Provides guidance and assistance to lower level positions. + May lead the work of others (mentor, prioritize, delegate and review assignments). + Performs other duties as assigned. Education: Bachelor's degree or equivalent. Field of Study: Accounting, Finance or a related discipline. Experience: 4 to 6 years of related experience. Certified Public Accountant (CPA) preferred. Insurance accounting experience preferred. ID: 23786
          Votto, Reds stun Tribe with 7-run 9th      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Joey Votto notched a three-run double for the go-ahead hit in the Reds' seven-run ninth inning en route to a victory over the Indians in the Ohio Cup. Adam Duvall also recorded a two-run double, and Jose Peraza and Eugenio Suarez each tallied RBI singles in the big frame. Cleveland starter Trevor Bauer racked up 12 strikeouts in an eight-inning scoreless effort, and Cincinnati starter Sal Romano held his own over 7 1/3 strong after yielding four runs (three earned) in the first two frames. Francisco Lindor drove in two, including a leadoff homer, and Jose Ramirez added a solo homer in the first inning, two batters after Lindor.
          (USA-VA-Richmond) Molecular Sales Consultant**Richmond VA**      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
At Assurex the Molecular Sales Consultant plays a significant role in the success of Assurex Health’s business. The primary responsibility of the role is calling on psychiatrists and other healthcare providers in behavioral health to present a unique, clinical psychiatric testing program. This position will report to a Regional Business Manager. + Identify, develop and manage commercial relationships with key opinion leaders in psychiatric medicine and other key healthcare providers + Identify commercial opportunities within a specific region or geography + Manage full lifecycle of the product sales process territories’ new business development and lead generation programs and initiatives + Work with the marketing team in the development of sales and marketing collateral + Attend local tradeshows, industry conferences and networking events + Stay current on industry and marketplace trends in the areas of psychiatry, behavioral health, pain management and personalized medicine  Bachelor's degree required ideally in a related field of study  Must have a minimum of 5+ years of behavioral health / diagnostic sales / specialty pharmaceutical sales experience  Specific scientific knowledge in psychiatric illnesses, psychopharmacology and personalized medicine is strongly preferred  Salesforce.com or similar CRM experience required  Demonstrated experience in developing and managing commercial relationships with physicians, physician practices, patient advocacy groups and key opinion leaders  Verifiable track record with building and growing a sales territory and managing the implementation of commercial programs and sales initiatives  Demonstrated experience in building and growing a sales territory and managing the implementation of the company’s commercial programs and sales initiatives  Exceptional written and verbal skills  Excellent time management, scheduling, and organizational skills  Ability to manage multiple tasks in a fast-paced environment  Ability to work effectively under tight timelines and schedules  Ability to work independently and as a contributing team member  Ability to sense the importance or impact of issues and situations and take appropriate actions  Must be flexible, innovative, and self-motivated  Must have the flexibility to work extra hours to meet corporate and departmental goals  Strong communication, interpersonal and organizational skills At Assurex the physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to sit; talk; or hear. The employee is occasionally required to stand; walk; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; and stoop; kneel; or crouch The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision and depth perception. Assurex is a personalized medicine company that specializes in pharmacogenomics and is dedicated to helping healthcare providers get the genetic information they need to determine the genetically appropriate medication(s) for individual patients suffering from neuropsychiatric and other medical conditions. Assurex Health’s proprietary technology is based on pharmacogenomics— the study of the genetic factors that influence an individual’s response to drug treatments—as well as evidence-based medicine and clinical pharmacology. The GeneSight test was developed in the Assurex Health clinical laboratory and is based on patented technology licensed from two world renowned medical centers, Mayo Clinic and Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, who continue to be research collaborators. The company was founded in 2006 and is located in Mason, OH. Assurex Health is a subsidiary of Myriad Genetics, Inc. Assurex is an equal opportunity employer and as such, affirms in policy and practice to recruit, hire, train and promote, in all job classifications without regard to race, color, religion, gender, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status or status as a protected veteran. Reasonable accommodation will be provided for qualified individuals with disabilities and disabled veterans in job application procedures. We believe that diversity lends a regional, national, and global advantage to the clients we serve. Our workforce consists of dynamic individuals, with a range of backgrounds, talents, and skills. Requisition ID: 2018-7318 Location Details: Richmond,VA External Company Name: Myriad Genetics Inc. External Company URL: www.myriad.com
          (USA-OH-Mason) Patient Billing Clerk      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
At Assurex the Correspondence Specialist is an entry level position in the Cash Department. The core responsibilities of the position are maintaining and posting all documentation that comes into the department from the lock box and internal mail from the Billing / Collection Team. All job functions are required to be completed timely, with a minimum number of errors and are subject to routine quality reviews. The Correspondence Specialist must be able to adapt well to change and work independently in a fast-paced environment. This position reports to the Cash Posting Supervisor.  Review and interpret correspondence consisting of letters and EOB’s from insurance carriers, government agencies, patients etc., and post the appropriate denial codes into the billing system.  Follows SOPs for all aspects of posting correspondence  Monitor the status of unposted items to ensure timely posting and resolution  Report standardized metrics on correspondence posting status/progress in a timely manner  Ensure timeliness and accuracy of correspondence posting  Perform other duties as assigned at Assurex  High School Diploma required  1 year experience in healthcare insurance payment posting, knowledge of third party insurance in regards to all plan types(HMO/PPO/POS and Indemnity) preferred but not required  Strong Data entry skills; ability to input a high volume of information  Proficient in all Microsoft Office software applications including strong knowledge in Microsoft Excel  Ability to read, understand and follow oral and written instructions  Must be well organized and detail-oriented  Strong team skills  Excellent time management, scheduling, and organizational skills  Ability to work effectively under tight timelines and schedules  Ability to work independently and as a contributing team member  Ability to sense the importance or impact of issues and situations and take appropriate actions  Must be flexible, innovative, and self-motivated  Must have the flexibility to work extra hours to meet corporate and departmental goals At Assurex the physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to sit; talk; or hear. The employee is occasionally required to stand; walk; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; and stoop; kneel; or crouch The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision and depth perception. Assurex is a personalized medicine company that specializes in pharmacogenomics and is dedicated to helping healthcare providers get the genetic information they need to determine the genetically appropriate medication(s) for individual patients suffering from neuropsychiatric and other medical conditions. Assurex Health’s proprietary technology is based on pharmacogenomics— the study of the genetic factors that influence an individual’s response to drug treatments—as well as evidence-based medicine and clinical pharmacology. The GeneSight test was developed in the Assurex Health clinical laboratory and is based on patented technology licensed from two world renowned medical centers, Mayo Clinic and Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, who continue to be research collaborators. The company was founded in 2006 and is located in Mason, OH. Assurex Health is a subsidiary of Myriad Genetics, Inc. Assurex is an equal opportunity employer and as such, affirms in policy and practice to recruit, hire, train and promote, in all job classifications without regard to race, color, religion, gender, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status or status as a protected veteran. Reasonable accommodation will be provided for qualified individuals with disabilities and disabled veterans in job application procedures. We believe that diversity lends a regional, national, and global advantage to the clients we serve. Our workforce consists of dynamic individuals, with a range of backgrounds, talents, and skills. Requisition ID: 2018-7312 External Company Name: Myriad Genetics Inc. External Company URL: www.myriad.com Street: 6030 S Mason-Montgomery Rd
          (USA-OH-Mason) Patient Billing Clerk      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
At Assurex the Correspondence Specialist is an entry level position in the Cash Department. The core responsibilities of the position are maintaining and posting all documentation that comes into the department from the lock box and internal mail from the Billing / Collection Team. All job functions are required to be completed timely, with a minimum number of errors and are subject to routine quality reviews. The Correspondence Specialist must be able to adapt well to change and work independently in a fast-paced environment. This position reports to the Cash Posting Supervisor.  Review and interpret correspondence consisting of letters and EOB’s from insurance carriers, government agencies, patients etc., and post the appropriate denial codes into the billing system.  Follows SOPs for all aspects of posting correspondence  Monitor the status of unposted items to ensure timely posting and resolution  Report standardized metrics on correspondence posting status/progress in a timely manner  Ensure timeliness and accuracy of correspondence posting  Perform other duties as assigned at Assurex  High School Diploma required  1 year experience in healthcare insurance payment posting, knowledge of third party insurance in regards to all plan types(HMO/PPO/POS and Indemnity) preferred but not required  Strong Data entry skills; ability to input a high volume of information  Proficient in all Microsoft Office software applications including strong knowledge in Microsoft Excel  Ability to read, understand and follow oral and written instructions  Must be well organized and detail-oriented  Strong team skills  Excellent time management, scheduling, and organizational skills  Ability to work effectively under tight timelines and schedules  Ability to work independently and as a contributing team member  Ability to sense the importance or impact of issues and situations and take appropriate actions  Must be flexible, innovative, and self-motivated  Must have the flexibility to work extra hours to meet corporate and departmental goals At Assurex the physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to sit; talk; or hear. The employee is occasionally required to stand; walk; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; and stoop; kneel; or crouch The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision and depth perception. Assurex is a personalized medicine company that specializes in pharmacogenomics and is dedicated to helping healthcare providers get the genetic information they need to determine the genetically appropriate medication(s) for individual patients suffering from neuropsychiatric and other medical conditions. Assurex Health’s proprietary technology is based on pharmacogenomics— the study of the genetic factors that influence an individual’s response to drug treatments—as well as evidence-based medicine and clinical pharmacology. The GeneSight test was developed in the Assurex Health clinical laboratory and is based on patented technology licensed from two world renowned medical centers, Mayo Clinic and Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, who continue to be research collaborators. The company was founded in 2006 and is located in Mason, OH. Assurex Health is a subsidiary of Myriad Genetics, Inc. Assurex is an equal opportunity employer and as such, affirms in policy and practice to recruit, hire, train and promote, in all job classifications without regard to race, color, religion, gender, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status or status as a protected veteran. Reasonable accommodation will be provided for qualified individuals with disabilities and disabled veterans in job application procedures. We believe that diversity lends a regional, national, and global advantage to the clients we serve. Our workforce consists of dynamic individuals, with a range of backgrounds, talents, and skills. Requisition ID: 2018-7298 External Company Name: Myriad Genetics Inc. External Company URL: www.myriad.com Street: 6030 S Mason-Montgomery Rd
          (USA-OH-Cincinnati) Administrative Assistant      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
When you join Hines, you will work alongside innovative leaders who set the standards responsible for our reputation as an industry leader today, and you’ll be a part of shaping our future in the years to come. As an Administrative Assistant with Hines, you will provide administrative support to a team or department. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: + Produce general correspondence + Create presentations and reports + Maintain calendars and coordinate meetings and special events + Schedule travel arrangements + Answer phone(s) + Assist with projects as assigned Minimum Requirements include: + High school diploma or equivalent from an accredited institution + Two or more years in an administrative support role in a professional office environment + Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office Hines is a privately owned global real estate investment firm founded in 1957 with a presence in 201 cities in 24 countries. Hines has approximately $111 billion of assets under management, including $60 billion for which Hines provides fiduciary investment management services, and $51 billion for which Hines provides third-party property-level services. The firm has 108 developments currently underway around the world. Historically, Hines has developed, redeveloped or acquired 1,295 properties, totaling over 422 million square feet. The firm’s current property and asset management portfolio includes 506 properties, representing over 210 million square feet. With extensive experience in investments across the risk spectrum and all property types, and a pioneering commitment to sustainability, Hines is one of the largest and most-respected real estate organizations in the world. Visit www.hines.com for more information. We are an equal opportunity employer and support workforce diversity. No calls or emails from third parties at this time please. ID: 2018-5683 External Company URL: www.karba.com Street: 201 East Fifth Street
          Class A CDL Drivers- Regional Dedicated Flex      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Class A Driver Connections - Columbus, OH - Class A CDL Drivers for Dedicated Flex Positions Columbus, Cincinnati, Toledo, Cleveland (Majority of Ohio) Expected Pay Range $900... enjoy the ENTIRE weekend If this sounds like an opportunity for you then call Lester Welshans- 479-219-3818 About Class A Driver...
          Indians looking for bullpen improvement against Reds      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
CLEVELAND -- The Cleveland Indians spent much of the first half of the season tinkering with their relief pitching, and after their worst bullpen meltdown of the season, they will go into the final contest of their three-game series with the Cincinnati Reds on Wednesday night having tweaked their bullpen
          Reds minor-leaguer Jonathan Willems hits for cycle for Greeneville      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Reds starting pitcher Sal Romano talks about throwing 7 1/3 innings despite a rough start against the Cleveland Indians on Tuesday and why he believes he learned a lot about himself through his outing. Cincinnati Reds prospect Jonathan Willems, a 19-year-old Curacao native who signed with the team as
          Building a better news experience on YouTube, together -- YouTube blog      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
From a multifaceted YouTube news update; hopefully not partnering with Sinclair Broadcast Corp.; also see YouTube Debuts Plan to Promote and Fund 'Authoritative' News (Wired)
"Showcasing more local news, starting with the U.S.
Many people want, value, and trust local news. And when a major event happens, local reporters are often the first on site to capture events as they unfold. We’ve begun testing features that surface local news in the YouTube app for TV screens across 25 media markets around the United States, making it easy to access local news in the living room--our fastest growing screen. So far, local news has seen strong engagement, and we will be expanding it to dozens more markets like Cincinnati, Las Vegas and Kansas City."
Building a better news experience on YouTube, together -- YouTube blog

          Senior Claims Specialist - Workers Compensation      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
OH-Cincinnati, Location:Cincinnati, OH Zip Code:41073 Length of Assignment: Direct Hire Compensation: $65,000 to $80,000 Annually, Depending on Experience Job Description: Our client is currently seeking to add a Senior Workers' Compensation Claims Specialist to their upstate New York or Cincinnati,OH office. This person would be responsible for handling mid to complex Workers' Compensation claims from inception
          Dan Otero (P-CLE)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Pitching-change mixup costs Tribe in loss to Reds. When the bullpen door swung open in the ninth inning on Tuesday night, Indians manager Terry Francona was not expecting to see Dan Otero enter the field. With every step Otero took on his jog to the mound, Francona realized there had been a critical communication breakdown. With the bases loaded, the game on the line and Reds star Joey Votto looming, Francona wanted lefty Oliver Perez for the two-out situation. This was a case of nicknames gone wrong, and the mixup did considerable damage in a 7-4 loss. All seven Cincinnati runs came in the ninth -- three on a three-run double by Votto -- to wash away a brilliant eight-inning performance by Trevor Bauer. Source: http://mlb.mlb.com
          Java Developer      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
OH-Cincinnati, Position Description: The Developer is responsible for leading the design, development, testing, debugging, maintaining and documenting software components in accordance to Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) best practices. The Developer has overall responsibility in the technical design process. Leads and participates in the application technical design process and completes estimates and wor
          Territory Sales Manager      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
OH-Cincinnati, Territory Sales manager - Major Corporation Our Client, A Leading and well known Manufacturer is seeking an territory sales manager selling to new and existing customers in this market. This company is the leader in their field and sells value added products which are well recognized and visible all over the United States and the world. Regarded as one of the best companies to work for by a well-r
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OH-Cincinnati, Position Description: The Developer is responsible for leading the design, development, testing, debugging, maintaining and documenting software components in accordance to Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) best practices. The Developer has overall responsibility in the technical design process. Leads and participates in the application technical design process and completes estimates and wor
          Accounts Payable Clerk      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
OH-Cincinnati, job summary: Do you have Accounting experience? If so, Randstad has the job for you! Randstad has an immediate need for two Accounts Payable clerks for their client in downtown Cincinnati, OH 45202. This client offers free onsite parking. location: Cincinnati, Ohio job type: Contract work hours: 8 to 5 education: High School experience: 1 Years responsibilities: WHAT YOU WILL BE DOING Coding and p
          Order Puller/ Cherry Picker 1st shift (2)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Lead Systems Analyst      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
OH-Cincinnati, DevOps Engineer – Cincinnati, Ohio Our client located in the Cincinnati area is looking for a talented DevOps Engineer to work with Java Developers and Application Development teams to tune and monitor their Pivotal Cloud Foundry platform. You will be responsible for daily operational support for PCF platform monitoring, management, high availability creation and maintenance of automation scripts
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OH-Cincinnati, Infrastructure Project Manager Location: Cincinnati, OH 45202 Rate: $50.00-65.00/hr + Health, Dental, Vision, 401k Benefits Duration: 6+ month contract Our large Fortune 500 client is looking for an Infrastructure Project Manager to join their team located in downtown Cincinnati. A good fit for this role will be someone knowledgeable in the network space with disaster recovery experience. RESPONSI
          Senior Claims Specialist - Workers Compensation      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
OH-Cincinnati, Location:Cincinnati, OH Zip Code:41073 Length of Assignment: Direct Hire Compensation: $65,000 to $80,000 Annually, Depending on Experience Job Description: Our client is currently seeking to add a Senior Workers' Compensation Claims Specialist to their upstate New York or Cincinnati,OH office. This person would be responsible for handling mid to complex Workers' Compensation claims from inception
          Indians allow 7 in 9th, lose to Reds 7-4 after Bauer's gem      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Joey Votto hit a go-ahead three-run double during a seven-run ninth inning and the Cleveland Indians bullpen wasted a gem from Trevor Bauer in a 7-4 loss to the Cincinnati … Click to Continue »
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          Account Executive-WTMJ - The E.W. Scripps Company - Milwaukee, WI      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
E.W. Scripps is a premier media organization headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio. We are currently seeking a high-energy, multi-tasking Account Executive to...
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          [$$$] HVAC Sheet Metal Mechanics- Duct Installers Wanted Cincinnati - Trillium Construction Services      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Joint Use Permitting Coordinator      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
OH-Columbus, Talent Fusion has partnered with a leading telecom client in the Cincinnati, Ohio area for a Joint Use Permitting Coordinator. Position Summary Provides assistance and support to Engineering Services Manager. Primary focus is to facilitate, coordinate, and track all Joint Use and Permitting activities. Facilitates the execution of Joint Use Contracts, Easements, Leases, Rights-of-Way Agreements, P
          Votto, Reds stun Tribe with 7-run 9th      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Joey Votto notched a three-run double for the go-ahead hit in the Reds' seven-run ninth inning en route to a victory over the Indians in the Ohio Cup. Adam Duvall also recorded a two-run double, and Jose Peraza and Eugenio Suarez each tallied RBI singles in the big frame. Cleveland starter Trevor Bauer racked up 12 strikeouts in an eight-inning scoreless effort, and Cincinnati starter Sal Romano held his own over 7 1/3 strong after yielding four runs (three earned) in the first two frames. Francisco Lindor drove in two, including a leadoff homer, and Jose Ramirez added a solo homer in the first inning, two batters after Lindor.
          Maintenance Technician - Jack Doheny Supplies - Cincinnati, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Bullpen, Francona fail Tribe in shocking loss      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Dan Otero gave up the go-ahead hit, a 3-run double by Joey Votto in the 9th inning, as Cincinnati rallied to stun the Cleveland Indians 7-4 Tuesday night. And he shouldn't have even been in the game. Otero was summoned with the Tribe leading 4-3 in the 9th and the bases loaded. Manager Terry Francona pulled closer Cody Allen, who had thrown 31 pitches and was unable to finish the game. Francona admitted it should've been lefty Oliver Perez facing the lefty-swinging Votto, not...
          Cleveland Indians' ninth-inning bullpen blowup due to faulty communication between Francona, Willis      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

The Indians had a 4-0 lead after eight innings, but the Reds scored seven runs in the ninth on the way to a 7-4 win. The Indians helped fuel the Reds' rally by bringing the wrong reliever into the game to give up a three-run double by Joe Votto.

CLEVELAND, Ohio - O.P.? O.T.? Oh, no!

The Indians' bullpen allowed seven runs in the ninth inning Tuesday night to ruin eight scoreless innings of work by Trevor Bauer in a 7-4 loss to the Reds at Progressive Field. But it wasn't just the Reds' hitters who beat the Tribe's bullpen. Part of this loss was due to a miscommunication between manager Terry Francona and pitching coach Carl Willis.

Yeah, you could call it an inside job.

The Indians started the ninth with a 4-0 lead and closer Cody Allen on the mound. But an RBI single by Jose Peraza and a two-run double by Adam Duvall made it a 4-3 game with two out. Allen intentionally walked Scott Schebler to face Dilson Herrera, who was appearing in just his second game since being promoted from Class AAA Louisville on Friday.

That's when Francona told Willis to call the bullpen and get "O.P.'' up. That's O.P. as in lefty Oliver Perez for a potential left-on-left matchup with dangerous Joey Votto.

Willis, however, thought Francona said to get "O.T." up. That would be right-hander Dan Otero.

When Allen walked Herrera to load the bases, Otero came through the bullpen gate to face Votto. In four previous at-bats against Otero, Votto was 0-for-4. But on Tuesday night, he hit a three-run double to put the Reds ahead to stay.

"I said O.P. (Oliver Perez) and Carl thought I said O.T. (Dan Otero)," said Francona. "That one lands squarely on me. There's no getting around it. I've got to be responsible for that.

"When I saw O. T. coming through the gate, it was not the guy I was expecting."

There was no way Otero could try to sneak back into the bullpen and send out Perez in his place. Once he'd been announced he had to face at least one batter.

Otero, pitching for the fourth time in five days, said he knew nothing about the miscommunication.

"No," said Otero. "The phone rang. I was told to warm up. I warmed up as fast as I could. Obviously, I came into a situation where I had to get Votto out. I faced him a few times before and had some success against him.

"I was just trying to do the same thing I normally do against him. I fell behind and made a mistake on 3-2 - I was trying to throw a strike with the bases loaded - and he put a good swing on it. . .he's a really good hitter. It's a tough one to lose because Trevor pitched his rear end off."

Said Willis, "We're all locked into the game, obviously. Tito came over and said, 'Get O.P. up,' which is what we call Oliver Perez. We also call Otero, 'O.T.' You know, I thought I heard 'O.T.' Frankly, I should have asked him to repeat it, but I got Otero up."

After telling bullpen coach Scott Atchison to have Otero start warming up, Willis sat down and checked his matchup sheet. It said Votto was 0-for-4 against Otero.

"Otero is a ground ball guy we trust," said Willis. "And quite frankly, heart of hearts, I felt like Cody was going to get out of the situation. But I made a mistake - got the wrong guy up. It's not that he can't get the job done, but it probably wasn't the best matchup."

Votto is 4-for-13 with one homer, six RBI and six strikeouts against Perez.

After eight sterling innings from Bauer - he struck out 12 and allowed three hits - Allen (2-4, 4.66) started the ninth and got knocked around. He hit Scooter Gennett to start the inning and allowed a single to Eugenio Suarez that Jose Ramirez knocked down at third.

Allen, who became the Indians franchise leader in saves July 4, struck out Jesse Winker and retired Tucker Barnard on a fly ball to the wall in left on a nice catch by Michael Brantley. But Peraza blooped a pinch-hit single into right field to score Gennett and Duvall doubled to center to bring home Suarez and Peraza and make it 4-3.

"Tonight I just flat-out got beat," said Allen. "Duvall hit a really good pitch - he's a big strong dude. Got the barrel to it. . .But to set the whole thing up, hitting Gennett there with two strikes on him set the whole thing in motion.

"I know that team's record isn't great, but offense has definitely not been their issues. They've beaten some really good arms. I just flat-out got beat tonight."

When told of the miscommunication between Francona and Willis, Allen said, "We're confident in every guy that runs out of that gate. Votto is a really good player. . .He challenged him and just got beat. But he shouldn't have been in that position in the first place. I take sole responsibility for everything that took place there."

There was a lot of that going around Tuesday night. But it didn't change the final score: Reds 7, Indians 4.


          Cincinnati rallies for seven runs in the ninth inning to beat Cleveland Indians, 7-4      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Francisco Lindor and Jose Ramirez homered in the first inning and Trevor Bauer struck out 12, but it wasn't enough to save the Indians from their bullpen and the Cincinnati Reds.

CLEVELAND, Ohio -- The Indians hit the Reds hard early Tuesday night, but the Reds hit them harder in the ninth inning. Not to mention the Tribe getting rabbit punched by a costly communication breakdown between manager Terry Francona and pitching coach Carl Willis.

Joey Votto's three-run double highlighted a seven-run ninth as the Reds shocked the Indians, 7-4, at Progressive Field to ruin a strong start by Trevor Bauer.

Cody Allen entered the ninth inning and turned a 4-0 lead into a mess. Allen had two outs with two on when Jose Peraza singled home one run and Adam Duvall doubled home two more to make it 4-3.

Allen intentionally walked Scott Schebler and unintentionally walked Dilson Herrera to load the bases. Right-hander Dan Otero, pitching for the fourth time in the last five days, relieved to face Votto, who ripped a 3-2 pitch into the gap in right center to give the Reds a 6-4 lead.

Eugenio Suarez delivered Votto with an RBI single for the seventh run of the inning.

Why have Otero face the left-handed hitting Votto? Manager Francona said there was a miscommunication with Willis.

"I said OP (Oliver Perez) and Carl thought I said OT (Dan Otero)," said Francona. "That one lands squarely on me. There's no getting around it. I've got to be responsible for that.

"When I saw OT coming through the gate, it was not the guy I was expecting."

The Indians hit right-hander Sal Romano and the Reds hard and fast at the start of the game. The left-left combination was delivered by switch-hitters Francisco Lindor and Jose Ramirez. Lindor opened the first with his fifth leadoff homer of the season and one batter later Ramirez homered again for a rapid-fire 2-0 lead.

The Indians added two more runs in the second before turning the game over to Bauer. The game seemed in good hands as Bauer threw eight scoreless innings with 12 strikeouts in 111 pitches.

But then came the ninth inning.

When Lindor pulled Romano's 2-2 pitch into the right field seats for the eighth leadoff homer of his career, he tied Ramirez for the team lead with 24 homers. The tie lasted 2:42 before Ramirez sent a 2-2 pitch over the center field wall for his 25th homer.

It was ninth time Lindor and Ramirez have homered in the same game and the fourth time they've homered in the same inning this season. The nine games are the most homers by two teammates in the same game in the big leagues this season.

Lindor and Ramirez's teammates love to watch them compete against each other. They smile and say they're not trying to beat each other, they're just pushing and competing with each other. It's great entertainment and they get to watch for free.

It was a good night for the Tribe's All-Stars. Bauer struck out 12, giving him nine straight starts with eight or more punchouts. it was the eighth time this year he's struck out 10 or more batters in a game.

Lindor and Ramirez, meanwhile, set the tone early and it carried into the second inning.

Jason Kipnis started the inning with a walk. Tyler Naquin doubled him to third. Kipnis scored when Suarez dropped Roberto Perez's bouncer to third for an error.

Rookie Greg Allen, who had so much trouble bunting earlier in the season, moved Naquin to third and Perez to second with a perfect sacrifice bunt. Lindor's groundout to second made it 4-0 and gave him 59 RBI.

Romano got better in a hurry. He retired 15 straight after Suarez's error before Kipnis walked to start the seventh. It was his first career start against the Indians, but he came into the game with a 2-1 record against the AL Central this year with wins against Detroit and the White Sox.

Bauer didn't allow a hit until Jesse Winker singled with one out in the fifth. He didn't find real trouble until the seventh when he walked Alex Blaudino to load the bases with two out. He ended the inning without incident when Billy Hamilton hit a fly ball to center.

Bauer allowed three hits and four walks. The 12 strikeouts were one shy of his season high. It was the third time this season he's struck out 12.

What it means

The bullpen has helped waste the Indians' league-best 67 first-inning runs. They've outscored the opposition, 67-45, in the first inning this season.

The pitches

Romano threw 100 pitches, 60 (60 percent) for strikes. Bauer threw 111 pitches, 67 (60 percent) for strikes. Bauer has topped 100 pitches in each of his 19 starts this season.

Thanks for coming

The Reds and Indians drew 21,908 fans to Progressive Field on Tuesday night. First pitch was at 7:10 p.m. with a temperature of 80 degrees.

Next

Indians right-hander Carlos Carrasco (9-5, 4.28) will face the Reds and right-hander Tyler Mahle (7-6, 3.66) on Wednesday at 7:10 p.m. SportsTime Ohio, WTAM/1100 and WMMS/FM 100.7 will carry the game.

Carrasco will make his second start since coming off the disabled on July 6 to beat the A's. This will be Carrasco third interleague start of the season after beating the Brewers twice. He's 2-0 in five appearances against the Reds and 7-4 in interleague games.

Mahle, 23, is 4-0 with a 2.62 ERA in his last seven starts. This will be his fourth interleague start and he'll be trying to beat the Indians as he did the Twins, Royals and Detroit.


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The mini-struiggles continue for the Cleveland Indians, who fell behind early Monday night and fell 7-5 to the lowly Cincinnati Reds. The Tribe had lost 2 of 3 over the weekend to Oakland. Scott Schebler went 4-for-5 with a homer and 3 RBI for the Reds. Mike Clevinger allowed 5 runs in 6 innings and took the loss, falling to 7-4 on the season. Cleveland trailed 5-1 after 7 innings but raillied with 4 runs in the 9th to make it respectable. Yonder Alonso hit his 13th HR for the Tr...
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Joey Votto hit a go-ahead three-run double during a seven-run ninth inning and the Cleveland Indians bullpen wasted a gem from Trevor Bauer in a 7-4 loss to the Cincinnati Reds.
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          Early Eighties Mets All Around Player: Bob Bailor (1981-1983)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Robert Michael Bailor was born on July 10, 1951 in Connellsville, Pennsylvania. Bailor was originally signed by the 1969 Baltimore Orioles as an infielder.

The five foot eleven right hander, couldn’t get a chance breaking into the Orioles big league line up with Mark Belanger, Dave Johnson, Bobby Grich, & Brooks Robinson solidifying the infield throughout the seventies. He made just a few brief appearances in both the 1975 & 1976 seasons. He was eventually chosen by the expansion Toronto Blue Jays in the 1976 expansion draft.

The speedy Bailor became one of Toronto’s first popular players during their inaugural season. He led the team in hits (154) at bats (496) stolen bases (15) & runs scored (62). He hit .310 (second on the club) with 21 doubles, 5 triples & 32 RBIs, earning a spot on the Topps All Star Rookie team. He was the hardest man to strikeout in the American League over the course of the 1977 & 1978 seasons, only going down 47 times in over 1100 at bats in those two seasons.

His average fell to .264 in 1978 but he still led the team in games (154) hits (164) at bats (621) doubles (29) & runs scored (74). He was second on the club to Dave McKay with seven triples & hit one HR with 52 RBIs.

In 1979 Bailor led all A.L. right fielders in assists (15) & was third in the league in fielding percentage (.986 %). His batting average fell to .229 as he missed some time in the summer on the DL. By 1980 he suffered more injuries & was no longer a starting everyday player. In December 1980 he was traded to the New York Mets for pitcher, Roy Lee Jackson.

In New York, Bailor became an excellent utility player, playing all infield & outfield positions. He proved to be a good leadoff hitter & a good number two hitter as well. In his strike shortened first season at Shea Stadium, he missed over a month of action, due to a rib cage injury. He debuted with the Mets on April 29th, entering the game in the 7th inning going 0-1 as a pinch hitter in a 10-0 blowout from the Pittsburgh Pirates.

He got his first start the next day & got a hit, followed a two hit game on May 1st. On May 7th he singled off the San Francisco Giants Doyle Alexander & scored what on Joel Youngbloods HR in a 3-2 win.

Baseball returned to action in early August after the strike, & on August 23rd at Riverfront Stadium in Cincinnati, hit a sac fly off Tom Hume in the top of the tenth inning. It scored Alex Trevino in what would be the Mets winning run. On September 16th he helped the Mets beat Steve Carlton with a two hit, RBI run scoring day in the 5-4 win over the Phillies.

Overall in 1981 he hit .284 in 51 games with no HRs three doubles, eight RBIs & a .352 on base %. In 1982 he started out with a big Opening Day in Philadelphia, getting three hits, driving in three runs & scoring two more runs in a 7-2 Mets victory. On April 28th, Bailor's RBI sac fly in the Mets top half of the 15th inning, off the Padres Gary Lucas, was another game winner in San Diego.

Back at Shea Stadium on May 10th, he faced off against Lucas & the Padres again, coming to bat in the bottom of the 9th inning with the bases loaded in a 2-2 tied game. Bailor doubled to left field scoring a young Wally Backman & Ellis Valentine with the Mets winning runs. In May he hit safely in eleven of fourteen games, raising his average to .353 by the end of the month. Bailor hit well enough into the summer to keep his average up over .300 until mid July.

On July 24th he had yet another game winning hit on the road, again in San Diego. The Mets entered the 9th inning behind 3-2, but Rusty Staub's double tied the game at three each. With two on & two out, Bailor singled, scoring Hubbie Brooks with the game winning run.

In August he had a modest ten game hit streak with four multi hit games, he also drove in ten runs in the month. That August he also helped turn a triple play with Wally Backman & Dave Kingman although the Mets lost the game anyway He finished 1982 batting .277, with 104 hits in 110 games played. He scored 44 runs with 14 doubles a .313 on base % & 31 RBIs. His 20 stolen bases were second best on the club to Mookie Wilson's record setting 58.

In 1983, things slowly began to look up around Shea Stadium, Bailor began the season on Opening Day as the Mets short stop batting in the second position. On April 13th, he hit his first Mets HR, it was his first HR in three seasons, it came off the Phillies Sid Monge, in a 10-9 loss at Veterans Stadium. On June 9th, he doubled home Mike Jorgensen & Danny Heep in the top of the 11th inning, of a tied game at Wrigley Field. They were the winning runs as Jesse Orosco shut down the Cubs in the bottom of the 11th. 

On July 26th, he tied up a game against the Atlanta Braves with a 6th inning base hit, bringing rookie Daryl Strawberry home. The Mets on it 2-1 on a Mookie Wilson walk off HR. On August 8th he was what appeared to be picked off first base in the top of the 10th inning in Montreal. But the ball got away from first baseman Al Oliver, causing Daryl Strawberry to score from third base, in what was the Mets winning run.

On the year, he hit .250, with one HR eight doubles, 30 RBIs & stole another 18 bases (second to Mookie Wilson & Daryl Strawberry) while getting into 118 games and scoring 33 runs.

That December he was traded to the Los Angeles Dodgers for pitcher Sid Fernandez, in a deal that certainly worked out for the Mets. In 279 career Met games Bailor hit .266 with 212 hits 25 doubles one HR, 69 RBIs 40 steals & a .308 on base %.

In L.A. he hit .275 in his first season playing a utility role in 65 games. He finished up his 11 year career in 1985 with the Dodgers. Overall he batted .264 life with 775 hits with 90 stolen bases, 9 HRs, 107 doubles, 23 triples a .310 on base % & 222 RBIs, only striking out 164 times in 2937 at bats.

Retirement: After his playing days he managed in the Blue Jays organization from 1987-1991 finishing in first place in 1989 with the Syracuse Chiefs. He then joined the Jays as a first base coach from 1992 through 1995 winning two World Series with the club in that role.
          Cincinnati Reds seal late victory over Cleveland Indians      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Cincinnati Reds left it late before they put on seven runs in the ninth inning to beat the Cleveland Indians 7-4.
          Audit Staff - The TRAK Group - Hamilton, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Sales Support Coordinator - ComDoc - Cincinnati, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Provides Xerox and National account support. Removes equipment from contract to include returned machines and printers.... $36,000 a year
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          Cincinnati 1930s Map | 1930s Antique Cincinnati Ohio City Map | Antique city map print in black and white, circa 1936 by reclaimer      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

16.00 USD

ABOUT THIS ITEM
Vintage paper map of Cincinnati, Ohio, circa 1936. Black and white, with detailed delineations for neighborhoods and street names. Page has been carefully removed from a damaged bound atlas and has printed text on the reverse side.

Please note: this map is VINTAGE paper, printed in the 1930s, not a reproduction, and thus will have variations due to age & condition. Read on for more details ...



MARGINS/SIZE
The map's printed borders measure approx. 9 1/4" x 12 1/2". Sheet measures somewhat larger than the map area (10 5/8" x 13 3/4"), so the page could be trimmed for framing, if desired. Please note that the margins on the map you receive may be smaller/narrower than the map pictured.



CONDITION
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---> GOOD vintage condition. Paper is clean overall, but may have small areas of light staining/soiling. May show more pronounced wear from handling, including wrinkling and light creasing. No hard folds. No rips or tears. The page may be closely cropped to the printed map edges, with little margin area.



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More white cops gun down people of color more than non-white cops. 9 out of 10 of those shootings are illegal or controversial. Many examples but the classic example was the murder of Walter Scott by Michael Slager. Another one is University Cincinnati Officer Raymond Tensing who killed Samuel Dubose. The bodycam relayed the truth.
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          Comment on Bauer Keeps Finger On Reds’ Pressure Point Until Cody Drones On by Ante Galic      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Grey!! Fantastic write-up, you nailed it! Mark Twain quote of the day for July 11 A Circumstance that will coerce one man will have no effect upon a man of a different temperament. If Circumstance had thrown the bank-note in Caesar's way, his temperament would not have made him start for the Amazon. His temperament would have compelled him to do something with the money, but not that. It might have made him advertise the note--and WAIT. We can't tell. Also, it might have made him go to New York and buy into the Government, with results that would leave Tweed nothing to learn when it came his turn. Very well, Circumstance furnished the capital, and my temperament told me what to do with it. Sometimes a temperament is an ass. When that is the case the owner of it is an ass, too, and is going to remain one. Training, experience, association, can temporarily so polish him, improve him, exalt him that people will think he is a mule, but they will be mistaken. Artificially he IS a mule, for the time being, but at bottom he is an ass yet, and will remain one. By temperament I was the kind of person that DOES things. Does them, and reflects afterward. So I started for the Amazon without reflecting and without asking any questions. That was more than fifty years ago. In all that time my temperament has not changed, by even a shade. I have been punished many and many a time, and bitterly, for doing things and reflecting afterward, but these tortures have been of no value to me; I still do the thing commanded by Circumstance and Temperament, and reflect afterward. Always violently. When I am reflecting, on those occasions, even deaf persons can hear me think. I went by the way of Cincinnati, and down the Ohio and Mississippi. My idea was to take ship, at New Orleans, for Para. In New Orleans I inquired, and found there was no ship leaving for Para. Also, that there never had BEEN one leaving for Para. I reflected. A policeman came and asked me what I was doing, and I told him. He made me move on, and said if he caught me reflecting in the public street again he would run me in. Cheers, Ante
          Dr. J. Wesley Alexander, father of UC transplant program, dies at 84      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Dr. J. Wesley Alexander, a UC Health surgeon who started the organ transplant program at the University of Cincinnati in 1967 and directed it for more than 30 years, died July 7 at age 84. Alexander performed the first kidney transplant at the UC Medical Center on Dec. 11, 1967, when it was known as Cincinnati General Hospital.  He joined Dr. David Melvin in performing the first adult heart transplant in Cincinnati on Dec. 17, 1985. Alexander also performed UC’s first combined k idney-pancreas… (Source: bizjournals.com Health Care:Biotechnology headlines)

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          Dr. J. Wesley Alexander, father of UC transplant program, dies at 84      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Dr. J. Wesley Alexander, a UC Health surgeon who started the organ transplant program at the University of Cincinnati in 1967 and directed it for more than 30 years, died July 7 at age 84. Alexander performed the first kidney transplant at the UC Medical Center on Dec. 11, 1967, when it was known as Cincinnati General Hospital.  He joined Dr. David Melvin in performing the first adult heart transplant in Cincinnati on Dec. 17, 1985. Alexander also performed UC’s first combined k idney-pancreas… (Source: bizjournals.com Health Care:Pharmaceuticals headlines)

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Carbon suits are being developed to charge smartphones and do a whole lot of things. Wright-Patterson Air Force Base has been developing the product in partnership with University of Cincinnati engineers.

          SOUS CHEF - CINCINNATI - Rusty Bucket Restaurant & Tavern - Pavillion, WY      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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Mount Adams Branch Doubles Workspace to Meet Expanding Business Needs

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Kroger Co. has selected a designer and a brand name for its new apparel line that will launch in its stores this fall. The Cincinnati-based grocer (NYSE: KR) is partnering with fashion designer Joe Mimran to launch the line of clothing for men, women, juniors, kids and babies called Dip. Mimran is known for the launch of Club Monaco, Joe Fresh and Pink Tartan and has 30 years of fashion industry experience. His Dip line will be exclusive to Kroger. “Style should be fun,” Mimran said. “We…
          Dr. J. Wesley Alexander, father of UC transplant program, dies at 84      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Dr. J. Wesley Alexander, a UC Health surgeon who started the organ transplant program at the University of Cincinnati in 1967 and directed it for more than 30 years, died July 7 at age 84. Alexander performed the first kidney transplant at the UC Medical Center on Dec. 11, 1967, when it was known as Cincinnati General Hospital.  He joined Dr. David Melvin in performing the first adult heart transplant in Cincinnati on Dec. 17, 1985. Alexander also performed UC’s first combined kidney-pancreas…
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          Tissue Recovery Technician - LifeCenter - Cincinnati, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Tissue Recovery Technician - Life Center Organ Donor Network - Cincinnati, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Adhere to the regulations of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), LifeCenter standard operating procedures and guidelines and standards of the American...
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          Organ Donation Specialist - Life Center Organ Donor Network - Cincinnati, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Works in close collaboration with hospital and other LifeCenter staff to evaluate potential organ donors for suitability....
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          Hospital Services Coordinator - LifeCenter Organ Donor Network - Cincinnati, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Document in the donor/electronic chart (iTransplant) interactions with LifeCenter and hospital staff according to set standards and procedures....
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          Community Relations Manager - LifeCenter Organ Donor Network - Cincinnati, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Oversee LifeCenter special events. Work with LifeCenter and transplant center staff to identify families and individuals to participate in calendar and work...
From Indeed - Tue, 12 Jun 2018 20:05:14 GMT - View all Cincinnati, OH jobs
          Donation Services Evaluation Specialist - LifeCenter Organ Donor Network - Cincinnati, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Consistent with the mission, vision and values of Lifeline of Ohio and LifeCenter, provides communication and compliance with all regulating, governing and...
From Indeed - Mon, 11 Jun 2018 20:34:23 GMT - View all Cincinnati, OH jobs
          Senior Mechanical Engineer - Rough Brothers - Cincinnati, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Rough Brothers is currently seeking a Mechanical Engineer to join our dynamic team. Rough Brothers offers a comprehensive benefit package which includes medical...
From Rough Brothers - Fri, 06 Jul 2018 00:30:00 GMT - View all Cincinnati, OH jobs
          Madden 2019 Ohio State Rookie Rankings      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Rejoice, football fans, as we have reached another mile marker on the odious trek through the offseason. EA Sports released Madden 19 player ratings Tuesday.

Denzel Ward of the Cleveland Browns leads Ohio State rookies with an 80 overall ranking.

 

Billy Price, a first-round selection of the Cincinnati Bengals, and Tyquan Lewis of the Indianapolis Colts came in second with a 75 overall.


Former Notre Dame lacrosse commit Sam Hubbard of the Cincinnati Bengals debuted at 73.


Former Florida football commit Jerome Baker of the Miami Dolphins and Minnesota Vikings defensive lineman Jalyn Holmes started with 70:


Former Slob Jamarco Jones, now of the Seattle Seahawks, rated as a 66:


New Orleans Saints undrafted free agent quarterback J.T. Barrett registered a 65:


Other Buckeye notables ranging from the highest-rated former Buckeye, Philadelphia Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins, at 94 to Houston Texans third-year receiver Braxton Miller:


Madden 19 drops Aug. 10.


          Wednesday’s MLB Baseball Free Picks & Predictions [7/11/18]      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Cincinnati (T. Mahle) at Cleveland (C. Carrasco) - 7:10 ET Indians are 4-0 in Carrasco's last 4 starts vs. Reds. Over is 4-0 in Carrasco's last 4 starts vs. Reds. Over is 9-3 in the last 12 meetings. Reds are 5-11 in the last 16

          Sr Infrastructure Architect - General Electric - Cincinnati, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
White-box switching, Cumulus Networks, Big Switch Technologies, Dell OS10, Pica8, etc.). Participate in network technical and business discussions relative to...
From GE Careers - Wed, 09 May 2018 10:45:15 GMT - View all Cincinnati, OH jobs
          Indians' bullpen meltdown included miscommunication      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Indians have experienced issues with their relief pitching most of the season, but a bullpen communications problem played a major role in the ninth-inning collapse Tuesday night as Cleveland lost 7-4 to the visiting Cincinnati Reds. Indians manager Terry Francona said he wanted left-hander Oliver
          Press Machine Market – A comprehensive study segmented by Key Players: RUMPF, Cincinnati, Ermaksan      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Reds minor-leaguer Jonathan Willems hits for cycle for Greeneville      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Reds starting pitcher Sal Romano talks about throwing 7 1/3 innings despite a rough start against the Cleveland Indians on Tuesday and why he believes he learned a lot about himself through his outing. Cincinnati Reds prospect Jonathan Willems, a 19-year-old Curacao native who signed with the team as
          O que é que tira o sono a elas? E a eles?      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Dificilmente se encontra alguém que nunca tenha passado uma noite em branco, mas porquê? Um estudo de maio de 2018 investigou, precisamente, o que nos tira o sono e concluiu que os motivos das insónias femininas nem sempre são os mesmos das insónias masculinas. Sim, parece que até nos sonos o género importa, pelo menos é o que diz o estudo Gender Equality and Restless Sleep Among Partnered Europeans (Igualdade de género e insónias entre os casais europeus, em português), realizado por David J.Maume, do Departamento de Sociologia da Universidade de Cincinnati, e por Belinda Hewitt e Leah Ruppanner, ambas […]
           New Carbon Suit to Charge Your Phone Batteries      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Carbon suits are being developed to charge smartphones and do a whole lot of things. Wright-Patterson Air Force Base has been developing the product in partnership with University of Cincinnati engineers.
          Indians' bullpen meltdown included miscommunication      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Indians have experienced issues with their relief pitching most of the season, but a bullpen communications problem played a major role in the ninth-inning collapse Tuesday night as Cleveland lost 7-4 to the visiting Cincinnati Reds.

          Tissue Recovery Technician - LifeCenter - Cincinnati, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
FaceBook, LifeCenter website, third party website, referral, etc.). To submit your cover letter and resume, e-mail a Microsoft Word or Rich Text Document to...
From LifeCenter - Mon, 18 Jun 2018 03:01:33 GMT - View all Cincinnati, OH jobs
          Tissue Recovery Technician - Life Center Organ Donor Network - Cincinnati, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Adhere to the regulations of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), LifeCenter standard operating procedures and guidelines and standards of the American...
From Indeed - Tue, 22 May 2018 13:37:39 GMT - View all Cincinnati, OH jobs
          Organ Donation Specialist - Life Center Organ Donor Network - Cincinnati, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Works in close collaboration with hospital and other LifeCenter staff to evaluate potential organ donors for suitability....
From Indeed - Mon, 09 Apr 2018 20:46:15 GMT - View all Cincinnati, OH jobs
          Hospital Services Coordinator - LifeCenter Organ Donor Network - Cincinnati, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Document in the donor/electronic chart (iTransplant) interactions with LifeCenter and hospital staff according to set standards and procedures....
From Indeed - Tue, 12 Jun 2018 21:15:20 GMT - View all Cincinnati, OH jobs
          Community Relations Manager - LifeCenter Organ Donor Network - Cincinnati, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Oversee LifeCenter special events. Work with LifeCenter and transplant center staff to identify families and individuals to participate in calendar and work...
From Indeed - Tue, 12 Jun 2018 20:05:14 GMT - View all Cincinnati, OH jobs
          Donation Services Evaluation Specialist - LifeCenter Organ Donor Network - Cincinnati, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Consistent with the mission, vision and values of Lifeline of Ohio and LifeCenter, provides communication and compliance with all regulating, governing and...
From Indeed - Mon, 11 Jun 2018 20:34:23 GMT - View all Cincinnati, OH jobs
          Hauck, Roger P.      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Hauck, Roger P. MADISON- Roger P. Hauck of Madison, passed away on July 8, 2018, at the age of 81. He was born on Aug. 30, 1936 in Cincinnati, Ohio,...
          Wilma Storer      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Wilma Storer, 77 years, of Peebles, passed away on Friday, July 6, 2018, at the Mercy Health-Anderson Hospital, in Cincinnati. Wilma was born on October 22, 1940, in Seaman, Ohio, the daughter of James and [...]
          Corp Food Technology Senior Scientist - Bakery      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Kroger - Cincinnati, OH - accommodation Minimum Position Qualifications/Education: Bachelor’s degree in food science technology, dairy or bakery science, food microbiology...
          Account Executive-WTMJ - The E.W. Scripps Company - Milwaukee, WI      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
E.W. Scripps is a premier media organization headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio. We are currently seeking a high-energy, multi-tasking Account Executive to...
From The E.W. Scripps Company - Tue, 01 May 2018 04:27:41 GMT - View all Milwaukee, WI jobs
          Full Time Reset Merchandiser Day Shift      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
OH-Cincinnati, Summary Full Time Reset Merchandiser Day Shift Our Full Time Reset Merchandiser Day Shift job is looking for merchandisers to build and install store shelving units in supermarkets throughout the state. The ideal candidate has great attention to detail and knowledge of reset merchandising tasks including resets, tagging, building displays, cleaning, facing, rotating stock, etc. You will enjoy this
          Retail Reset Merchandiser Kroger Part Time      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
OH-Cincinnati, Summary RETAIL RESET MERCHANDISER KROGER PART TIME Do you enjoy being creative and working independently? Our part time Retail Reset Merchandiser job needs an independent individual who has great attention to detail. This position is responsible for showcasing brand name products inside Kroger stores, to increase sales and product exposure. The ideal candidate will be able to build and maintain at
          Full Time Reset Merchandiser Night Shift      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
OH-Cincinnati, Summary Full Time Reset Merchandiser Night Shift Our Full Time Reset Merchandiser Night Shift job is looking for overnight merchandisers to build and install store shelving units in supermarkets throughout the state. The ideal candidate has great attention to detail and knowledge of reset merchandising tasks including resets, tagging, building displays, cleaning, facing, rotating stock, etc. You w
          Full Time Reset Merchandiser Day Shift      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
OH-Cincinnati, Summary Full Time Reset Merchandiser Day Shift Our Full Time Reset Merchandiser Day Shift job is looking for merchandisers to build and install store shelving units in supermarkets throughout the state. The ideal candidate has great attention to detail and knowledge of reset merchandising tasks including resets, tagging, building displays, cleaning, facing, rotating stock, etc. You will enjoy this
          Project Manager      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
OH-Cincinnati, Innovative. Elite. Professional. Just a few ways we have been described by our peers in the development industry. Growing rapidly, we are looking to add a Project Manager to our team in Cincinnati. If you experience with commercial construction and have worked for a GC or Developer, please apply now! What You Will Be Doing - Commercial construction - Real-estate development - Retail, Mixed-use - P
          Foreman/Superintendent - Nationwide Travel      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
OH-Cincinnati, If you are a Foreman/Superintendent with experience, please read on! We specialize in the restoration, strengthening, and waterproofing of building envelopes, roofs, pavement and concrete structures. We provide the best solutions for our clients through our multiple project delivery methods – Design-Build, Construction Management and Design-Bid-Build. We are seeking a seasoned Foreman/Superintende
          Apprentice Technician - West Chester, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
OH-Cincinnati, Konecranes Inc Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled/Other Protected Category Country: United States Location: Cincinnati, OH, US Location details: N/A Employment type: Undefined term Country: United States (US) Location: Cincinnati, Ohio (US-OH) Location details:N/A At Konecranes, we believe that great customer experience is built on the people behind the Konecra
          Dumplin Valley RV 8/10 - Kodak, Tennessee      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
We stayed here for a single overnight on our way to Cincinnati. It is easy access off exit 407 off I-40. As others have said, this is a farm with 30 and 50 amp FHU sites in the grass fields behind the owners home. We stayed in a 50 amp pull-thru that was grass and level and long. Internal roads were stone and in very good condition, not dusty. All the utilities work well. There is no WiFi or cable TV, but with no trees Satellite worked. The owner was friendly and the campground was very neat and clean. We would stay here again if we were in the area.
          Reds score seven runs in ninth to top Indians      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Cincinnati Reds scored seven runs in the ninth inning as they came from behind to down the Cleveland Indians 7-4 in a stunning comeback. The Indians took a first-inning lead on a pair of solo home runs from Francisco Lindor and Jose Ramirez. Cleveland
          Let's Bee Social #233      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Welcome to the Let's Bee Social!


Here's a friendly email I received last week from Emily. Gotta love a quilter with a big heart who just wants to share what's fun and for such a worthy cause....



Hi Lorna! I made your Smitten Kitten pattern this week and presented it to my quilt group for the Cincinnati, OH Ronald McDonald House. The ladies in my group liked it so much, they wanted me to show them how to make these little kitties! Would you mind if I shared this pattern with a handful of women so that we can make some quilts for the kids at RMH? Thank you for your consideration and this adorable pattern! Emily






This week you can find the Smitten Kitten pattern here in my shop.

AND if you use HALFPRICE as the coupon code, you get 50% off!










Last week I mentioned my participation in the New Blogger Blog Hop back in 2013 and then shared the shout out to Molli Sparkles spurned on by that T shirt second hand store find.

Another one of our "classmates" from that hop is Kris. We've been keeping in touch pretty regular since then. Although Kris is more active on Instagram here....

Please click here to meet Kris where she blogs at Sew Sunshine and take the time to leave a friendly Let's Bee Social HELLO on her latest post.....




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          Audit Staff - The TRAK Group - Hamilton, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
CPA strongly preferred but would consider current CPA candidate. A reputable CPA firm, located in the Northern Cincinnati area, is looking for an Auditor to...
From The TRAK Group - Wed, 27 Jun 2018 22:06:30 GMT - View all Hamilton, OH jobs
          Tissue Recovery Technician - LifeCenter - Cincinnati, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
FaceBook, LifeCenter website, third party website, referral, etc.). To submit your cover letter and resume, e-mail a Microsoft Word or Rich Text Document to...
From LifeCenter - Mon, 18 Jun 2018 03:01:33 GMT - View all Cincinnati, OH jobs
          Tissue Recovery Technician - Life Center Organ Donor Network - Cincinnati, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Adhere to the regulations of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), LifeCenter standard operating procedures and guidelines and standards of the American...
From Indeed - Tue, 22 May 2018 13:37:39 GMT - View all Cincinnati, OH jobs
          Organ Donation Specialist - Life Center Organ Donor Network - Cincinnati, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Works in close collaboration with hospital and other LifeCenter staff to evaluate potential organ donors for suitability....
From Indeed - Mon, 09 Apr 2018 20:46:15 GMT - View all Cincinnati, OH jobs
          Hospital Services Coordinator - LifeCenter Organ Donor Network - Cincinnati, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Document in the donor/electronic chart (iTransplant) interactions with LifeCenter and hospital staff according to set standards and procedures....
From Indeed - Tue, 12 Jun 2018 21:15:20 GMT - View all Cincinnati, OH jobs
          Community Relations Manager - LifeCenter Organ Donor Network - Cincinnati, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Oversee LifeCenter special events. Work with LifeCenter and transplant center staff to identify families and individuals to participate in calendar and work...
From Indeed - Tue, 12 Jun 2018 20:05:14 GMT - View all Cincinnati, OH jobs
          Donation Services Evaluation Specialist - LifeCenter Organ Donor Network - Cincinnati, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Consistent with the mission, vision and values of Lifeline of Ohio and LifeCenter, provides communication and compliance with all regulating, governing and...
From Indeed - Mon, 11 Jun 2018 20:34:23 GMT - View all Cincinnati, OH jobs
          q and also a :: Slanted      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
    Casey Weissbuch of Slanted sent us these answers to our questions in this next installment of q and also a.     q: What is the last song you (really) heard?     a: Ride Like The Wind by Christopher Cross. I was driving across the Norwood lateral, a highway in Cincinnati, when […]
          Maintenance Technician - Jack Doheny Supplies - Cincinnati, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
At JDC, our customers are our number one priority and will be treated with the utmost respect at all times. Continuously develop and use effective strategies...
From Jack Doheny Supplies - Tue, 15 May 2018 17:29:05 GMT - View all Cincinnati, OH jobs
          Construction Technicians - Intertek - Cincinnati, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Intertek is a drug-free workplace. A career with Intertek means joining a global network of professionals dedicated to bringing quality and safety to life....
From Intertek - Fri, 25 May 2018 14:15:00 GMT - View all Cincinnati, OH jobs
          Chemist - Petroleum - Intertek - Cincinnati, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Intertek is a drug-free workplace. A career with Intertek means joining a global network of professionals dedicated to bringing quality and safety to life....
From Intertek - Tue, 17 Apr 2018 20:13:57 GMT - View all Cincinnati, OH jobs
          Pacman Jones Attacked At Airport, Suspect Arrested      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Cincinnati Bengals star Pacman Jones was involved in a violent altercation at the Atlanta airport -- when he was attacked by an employee ... TMZ Sports has learned. Jones had touched down at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport on Tuesday . . .
          See the most expensive home sales in Greater Cincinnati in June: PHOTOS      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
June was a hot month for high-end home sales, with the region seeing its first single-family home sale at $5 million in nearly five years. The French country estate of Judge Susan Dlott and Stan Chesley sold for $5 million last month, topping the list of the 10 most expensive homes sales in the region for the month of June. Another home sold for more than $2 million, and all 10 of the homes on the list sold for more than $1 million for the fourth month in a row. To view the top 10 home sales in…

          Senior Mechanical Engineer - Rough Brothers - Cincinnati, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Rough Brothers is currently seeking a Mechanical Engineer to join our dynamic team. Rough Brothers offers a comprehensive benefit package which includes medical...
From Rough Brothers - Fri, 06 Jul 2018 00:30:00 GMT - View all Cincinnati, OH jobs
          美国辛辛那提大学讲座教授、《工业大数据》作者李杰:大数据助力“中国智造”弯道超车      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
在11日的主会现场,美国辛辛那提大学(Univ.of Cincinnati) 讲座教授、《工业大数据》作者李杰首先发表题为“大数据助力‘中国智造’弯道超车”的主旨演讲。
          Taming a fatal blood cancer      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Scientists at Cincinnati Children's report finding a potential therapeutic target for AML in preclinical laboratory tests on donated human cells and mice.
          Watch: Joey Votto leads Reds in 9th-inning comeback at Cleveland      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Cincinnati Reds star first baseman Joey Votto plated the go-ahead runs in a 7-4 comeback win against the Cleveland Indians.
          Pacman Jones Attacked At Airport, Suspect Arrested      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Cincinnati Bengals star Pacman Jones was involved in a violent altercation at the Atlanta airport -- when he was attacked by an employee ... TMZ Sports has learned.  Jones had touched down at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport on Tuesday…


          Cleveland Indians blow game after coaches warm up wrong pitcher due to nickname mix-up      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Terry Francona Cleveland IndiansRon Schwane/Getty Images

  • The Cleveland Indians lost on Tuesday night due, in large part, to a miscommunication between manager Terry Francona and pitching coach Carl Willis.
  • Francona had called for a reliever to start warming up, but on the phone, Willis heard "OP," for Oliver Perez, instead of "OT," the nickname of Dan Otero.
  • When Otero entered the game, Joey Votto would hit a go-ahead bases-clearing double to give the Reds a lead they would never give up.


The Cleveland Indians were in great position to extend their lead in the AL Central on Tuesday night, taking a 4-0 lead into the ninth inning against the Cincinnati Reds.

But the Indians fell apart, giving up seven runs to the Reds in the top of the inning thanks, in large part, to a miscommunication between manager Terry Francona and pitching coach Carl Willis.

See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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          Jeffrey Osborne To Headline Black Family Reunion      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Black Family Reunion, a concept started nationally decades ago to celebrate the strengths and values of African-American families, lives on in Cincinnati - its only location now. During a news conference Tuesday, CEO Tracey Artis announced the theme for the August 17-19 event as "A People of Purpose."
          Sox Pass Evil Empire To Take Second Spot In Latest MLB Power Rankings      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Red Sox moved up one spot from last week—passing The Bronx Embalmers to move into second-place in the latest MLB Power Rankings out today. The Houston Astros remain at the top of the pile, with the Brewers fourth and the Cubbies fifth. The Indians, Mariners, Phillies, Braves and Diamondbacks round-out the Top 10. The Rays moved up two spots to #15 this week, while the Cincinnati Reds made their first appearance of the year in the Top 20—finishing 19th. Five of the Top 7 ranked teams are all from the American League—two each from the AL East and West, along with the Indians from the AL Central. The surprising Oakland A's (now 11 games over .500), have moved to just six games back in the Wild Card race—and now sit in the #14 spot in this week's rankings. Despite having the most wins in all of baseball (63), the best winning percentage (.685) and the most runs scored (494), Boston still has not been able to shake the World Series Champion Astros and re-take the top spot in the rankings. You can see the full listings HERE.
           American League       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
___Baltimore 6, N.Y. Yankees 5Boston 8, Texas 4Cincinnati 7, Cleveland 4Tampa Bay 5, Detroit 2Toronto 6, Atlanta 2St. Louis 14, Chicago White Sox 2Houston 6,...
           National League       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
___Washington 5, Pittsburgh 1Cincinnati 7, Cleveland 4Milwaukee 8, Miami 4Philadelphia 7, N.Y. Mets 3Toronto 6, Atlanta 2St. Louis 14, Chicago White Sox...
          Ohio Based Franchise Highlighted on Cincinnati Morning Show      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Ohio Based Franchise in Morning News N-Hance franchisee, Ken Mullen, represented his Cincinnati, Ohio based franchise this morning on Fox19 Now, a local Cincinnati news station. Dan Wells, the show’s morning anchor, interviewed Ken as part of their “Tips for Summer Kitchen Renovations” segment. Ken showcased the different refinishing and color options N-Hance can offer […]

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          Adopt Zeda a Siamese (Zeda (Petfinder.com))      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Hi, I'm new at OAR! I'm looking for a home. They are learning about me and working on my biography. I'm not sure when they will finish it, so why not just come meet me in person? If you are interested in adopting from OAR, please get approved by fill... see more at Petfinder.com

          Adopt Pretty Boy a Siamese, Maine Coon (Pretty Boy (Petfinder.com))      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Pretty Boy is 1 of 5 kittens born to a Russian Blue feral mom. His siblings are Sugar Pie, Honey Bun, Lover Boy and Wonderful Pea all are males.... see more at Petfinder.com

          Adopt Biscuit a Siamese, Domestic Short Hair (Biscuit (Petfinder.com))      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Biscuit was found as a tiny kitten eating an orange peal under a car. Some college students took him in and gave him a home. He was born July of 2016. Biscuit's owner, although very young, has been diagnosed with cancer. The doctor recommended that ... see more at Petfinder.com

          Adopt Joseph a Siamese (Joseph (Petfinder.com))      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Meet Joseph - The Amazing Technicolor Dream Cat! Joseph's foster mom says: "He is a lap kitty! He adores attention and having his head rubbed; he will roll over for it." Joseph is FIV+, but he knows it is no big deal because he's a lover not a fighter... see more at Petfinder.com

          Bluestar Siamese Adult Female (American Listed) $50      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Bluestar came to us as an owner surrender. Her owner has to move in with family that has allergies so we took her in. Bluestar is cute and laid back. Born October of 2013, she is spayed, micro chipped, vaccinated But unfortunately she tested positive for felv. She should not be with other cats that are not positive for felv.But she has more years in her and needs a home! We will retest her in a month. Adoption payment $50. http://purrfectfriendscatrescue.org/adoptform.html

          Adopt Bluestar a Siamese, Domestic Short Hair (Bluestar (Petfinder.com))      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Bluestar came to us as an owner surrender. Her owner has to move in with family that has allergies so we took her in. Bluestar is precious and laid back. Born October of 2013, she is spayed, micro chipped, vaccinated But unfortunately she tested positiv... see more at Petfinder.com

          Adopt Cherie a Siamese, Himalayan (Cherie (Petfinder.com))      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Cats listed here have entered our program and have received a basic level of veterinarian care including: vaccines (FVRCP & Rabies); bloodwork (FIV & FeLV combo test); deworm and deflea; spay or neuter; veterinarian exam. Each pet comes with 1 free veterinarian follow up con... see more at Petfinder.com

          Adopt zz "Snowflake" courtesy list URGENT a Manx, Siamese (zz "Snowflake" courtesy list URGENT (Petfinder.com))      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
THIS IS A COURTESY POST. Purrfect Friends Cat Rescue and its volunteers have not evaluated this animal in any way and can not be held liable for the current condition or future care of the animal. Please work with the specific contact in the posting ... see more at Petfinder.com

          Manager, Category Development Kroger - Cincinnati, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Video: Hopkins' Paige Bueckers tosses alley-oop to Belibi for dunk      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Welcome to the Wednesday edition of The Cooler, where there’s never a heat advisory. Let’s get to it: *Hopkins point guard Paige Bueckers was the Star Tribune’s Metro Player of the Year as a sophomore this past season and is one of the best players in the nation at her age. Francesca Belibi just finished her junior year in Colorado, where she’s already become famous for her in-game dunks (the first one coming when she was a sophomore). Together, they make quite a duo. And even if this was only in a casual practice setting, where Bueckers, Belibi and the rest of their Team USA squad is getting ready for the FIBA U17 World Cup later this month in Belarus, it is a sight to behold. The scene: Bueckers lobs it up; Belibi goes and gets it. A dunk happens, and their teammates go bonkers. The best part is that there’s video. Check it out: *The Twins had their five-game winning streak snapped in a 9-4 loss to the Royals, while Kansas City snapped a 10-game losing streak in the process. But Minnesota managed to remain 8.5 games behind Cleveland, on the fringes of maybe sort of trying to stay relevant in the AL Central, because the Indians lost in excruciating fashion. How’s this: After Trevor Bauer pitched eight scoreless innings and Cleveland took a 4-0 lead into the ninth inning at home against Cincinnati, the Reds rallied for SEVEN runs, all scored with two outs, in the final inning for a 7-4 win. Making matters worse for Cleveland: The pitcher who gave up the winning hit, Dan Otero, wasn’t even supposed to be in the game. Per ESPN.com: (Manager Terry) Francona said afterward there was a miscommunication. He requested “OP” — Oliver Perez — and it was understood as “OT,” Otero’s nickname, and Otero was told to warm up in the bullpen. When the pitching change was made, Francona realized something had gone wrong. “When I saw OT coming through the gate, it was not the guy I was expecting,” Francona told reporters. It was Cleveland’s fourth consecutive loss. *NBA Commissioner Adam Silver seems to have changed his tune about whether the Golden State Warriors and other “super teams” are bad for the NBA. At a news conference in Las Vegas on Tuesday in the midst of Summer League action, Silver had this to say: “I think the Warriors—within the framework of this deal—should be doing everything they can to increase their dominance. That’s what you want to see in a league. You want teams to compete in every way they can within the rules. I don’t necessarily think it’s per se bad that the Warriors are so dominant. As I’ve said before, we’re not trying to create some sort of forced parity. What we really focus on is parity of opportunity.” Here’s what he said two years ago after Kevin Durant joined the Warriors: “I don’t think it’s good for the league. … When you aggregate a group of great players, they have a better chance of winning than many other teams. … I do not think that’s ideal from a league standpoint.” Therein lies both sides of the argument, I suppose. You can’t fault Silver for evolving his line of thinking — in part, perhaps, since the NBA seems to be as popular as ever even though only a small handful of teams enter every season with a realistic chance to win a title as opposed to more parity-driven leagues like the NHL and NFL.
          Cincinnati Reds vs. Cleveland Indians – 7/11/2018 Free Pick & MLB Betting Prediction      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          A $250 online coupon to a grocery store sounds too good to be true. Turns out, it was.      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
In a Facebook post Monday, Cincinnati-based Kroger, the parent company of Fred Meyer stores, advised its customers to steer clear on an unauthorized "$250 Kroger Shopping Coupon" circulating on social … Click to Continue »
          [Recap] Reds score 7 runs in the ninth, snatch victory from the jaws of defeat!      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Short Version: Reds offense dominated by an All-Star pitcher for eight innings, but they scored seven runs in the top of the ninth — capped by a bases-clearing double from Joey Votto to grab the lead — and the Reds snatch victory from the jaws of defeat. Final R H E Cincinnati Reds (41-51) […]
          Indians had costly bullpen miscommunication in loss      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Cleveland Indians blew a 4-0 lead in the ninth inning against the Cincinnati Reds on Tuesday, and a bullpen miscommunication was a big factor. Cody Allen struggled in his attempt to close out a 4-0 lead and exited the game with the bases loaded, two outs, and the score 4-3. The Indians needed one...Read More
           Bengals CB Pacman Jones attacked by employee at airport       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
ATLANTA (AP) Police say Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Adam ''Pacman'' Jones was attacked during a run-in with a facility-service employee at the airport in Atlanta.
          Taming a fatal blood cancer      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Scientists at Cincinnati Children's report finding a potential therapeutic target for AML in preclinical laboratory tests on donated human cells and mice.
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The Indians have experienced issues with their relief pitching most of the season, but a bullpen communications problem played a major role in the ninth-inning collapse Tuesday night as Cleveland lost 7-4 to the visiting Cincinnati Reds.

          Making the Most Out of Your Visit to Cincinnati #alsc18      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

There’s no doubt that the amazing lineup of speakers covering the latest hot topics in children’s librarianship is sure to be a huge draw for attending the ALSC National Institute this September, but so is “The Queen City” itself. Cincinnati is your destination for a fun fall getaway! Foodies will want to start their Cincinnati foods tour by sampling Cincinnati-style chili; tastes are divided between Skyline Chili and Gold Star Chili, though many neighborhoods also feature chili parlors, so try one or try them all and see which recipe reigns supreme. Don’t miss Graeter’s Ice Cream for a sweet treat; we’re especially digging the Chunky Chunky Hippo flavor inspired by our favorite resident of the Cincinnati Zoo, Fiona the hippopotamus. A number of local eateries have been featured on Food Network’s Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives so hop on the streetcar and make your way to the Over-the-Rhine neighborhood to experience...

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          Reds score 7 runs in 9th inning to beat Indians      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
July 11 (UPI) -- Cincinnati Reds star first baseman Joey Votto plated the go-ahead runs in a 7-4 comeback win against the Cleveland Indians. The Reds were looking at a 4-0 deficit entering the ninth inning Tuesday at Progressive Field in Cleveland. Scooter Gennett got on base to leadoff the inning by
          'OP/OT' communication breakdown part of Cleveland Indians' 9th inning collapse vs. Cincinnati Reds      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
For the Cleveland Indians, the 7-4 loss to Reds Tuesday night may have been the most painful of the season. It's not just the fact that the Tribe blew a 4-0 lead after a brilliant start from Trevor Bauer. It's how they managed to give up SEVEN runs in the 9th inning, part of which can be blamed
          Indians allow 7 in 9th, lose to Reds 7-4 after Bauer's gem      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
CLEVELAND -- Joey Votto hit a go-ahead three-run double during a seven-run ninth inning and the Cleveland Indians bullpen wasted a gem from Trevor Bauer in a 7-4 loss to the Cincinnati Reds on Tuesday night. Indians closer Cody Allen (2-4) allowed six runs after getting two outs in the ninth, the last
          Bengals CB Pacman Jones attacked by employee at airport      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
ATLANTA (AP) — Police say Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Adam “Pacman” Jones was attacked during a run-in with a facility-service employee at the airport in Atlanta. Atlanta Police spokesman Jarius Daugherty says Jones confronted ABM Industries employee Frank Ragin after Ragin made ...
          Medical Specialist - Oncology - Louisville/Cincinnati - Regeneron - Cincinnati, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
All resumes submitted by search firms/employment agencies to any employee at Regeneron via-email, the internet or in any form and/or method will be deemed the...
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          Gastroenterology - Research Assistant II (Gandhi Lab) - Cincinnati Children's Hospital - Cincinnati, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
DEPARTMENT: Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center SUPERVISOR'S TITLE: Primary Investigator TITLES SUPERVISED: N/A TOTAL NUMBER OF FTE's DIRECTLY OR...
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          Ex-Bengal Adam ‘Pacman’ Jones attacked by employee at Atlanta airport      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
ATLANTA — Police say Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Adam “Pacman” Jones was attacked during a run-in with a facility-service employee at the airport in Atlanta. Atlanta Police spokesman Jarius Daugherty says Jones confronted ABM Industries employee Frank Ragin after Ragin made a “gesture” toward the football player Tuesday night at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. Police say […]
           Otter Pool Party - 4th of July at the Cincinnati Zoo #4thofJuly       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Otters cool off with frozen treats and a pool full of ice on a very hot 4th of July at the Cincinnati Zoo. #4thofJuly

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          Lysetherapie bei kleinen Schlaganfällen in Studie ohne Vorteile      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Cincinnati/Ohio – Die Thrombolyse, die heute die Standardtherapie des Schlaganfalls für Patienten ist, die rechtzeitig die Klinik erreichen, hat sich in einer...
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Joey Votto conectó un doble de tres carreras para tomar la ventaja durante una novena entrada de siete anotaciones y el bullpen de los Indians de Cleveland desperdició una joya de Trevor Bauer en la derrota de ayer 7-4 ante los Reds de Cincinnati.

El cerrador de los Indians Cody Allen (2-4) permitió seis carreras después de sacar los dos primeros outs del noveno inning, las últimas tres en el sólido batazo de Votto a jardín derecho ante Dan otero. Adam Duvall también pegó un doblete de dos anotaciones en la novena entrada y los venezolanos José Peraza y Eugenio Suárez aportaron sencillos productores. Cincinnati embasó a siete bateadores consecutivos con dos outs.

El bullpen de Cleveland inició la jornada con efectividad de 5.13, solo superando a los Rockies (5.28) y los Royals (5.35).

Bauer estuvo brillante al ponchar a 12 en ocho innings en blanco en su primera apertura desde que fue designado por primera vez al Juego de Estrellas. El derecho permitió tres sencillos, dio una base por bolas y no admitió imparable hasta el hit de jesse Winker con un out en el quinto capítulo.

El ex relevista de Cleveland Kyle Crockett (1-0) sacó los últimos dos outs del octavo inning para quedarse con el triunfo y el cubano Raisel Iglesias trabajó la novena entrada para llegar a 19 salvamentos en la temporada.

GANAN LOS NATIONALS

Anthony Rendon bateó un jonrón de dos carreras, Daniel Murphy disparó dos dobletes y finalizó con cuatro hits y los Nationals de Washington derrotaron ayer 5-1 a los Pirates de Pittsburgh.

Rendon llegó a 13 jonrones con su batazo ante el abridor Joe Musgrove (3-4) en la quinta entrada, y Washington añadió otras tres carreras en el sexto inning ante el bullpen.

Jeremy Hellickson trabajó cinco sólidas entradas y el bullpen se encargó del resto. Hellickson (3-1) permitió dos hits y ponchó a tres enemigos.

Bryce Harper se fue de 5-0 con cuatro ponches por Washington, para reducir su porcentaje de bateo a .215.

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          Entry Level Account Manager (Base Salary)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
OH-Cincinnati, Are you an ambitious, competitive go-getter with a positive attitude? Are you looking to get into an entry level pharmaceutical sales and or medical device sales or marketing position? Most companies hiring for these pharmaceutical sales or medical sales positions require experience that goes beyond a college degree. We need talented, self-motivated individuals, who are ready to jump-start a caree
          NFL player Pacman Jones attacked by employee at airport      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Police say former Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones was attacked during a run-in with a facility service employee at the airport in Atlanta.
          Contract & Deductions Administrator, - 6 month contract      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
OH-Cincinnati, Contract & Deductions Administrator - 6 month contract Ocean Spray believes that our employees are our best assets and we offer an environment where you can work with exceptionally smart, innovative, passionate teams that are motivated to deliver Ocean Spray products around the world. If you are looking for a rewarding career where you can add value every day, Ocean Spray is for you! Ocean Spray C
          94M Radar Repairer      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
OH-CINCINNATI, 94M Radar Repairer Job Description Radar is the Army National Guard's eyes and ears, providing the critical information officers need to make decisions that affect everyone in the field. And the Radar Repairer makes sure that equipment continues sending that information. The Radar Repairer is a vital member of the Army National Guard communications maintenance team. As such, you will develop a wor
          94E Radio and Communications Security Repairer      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
OH-CINCINNATI, 94E Radio and Communications Security Repairer Job Description Radio and Communications Security Repairers maintain the equipment and systems that ensure Army National Guard Units can communicate over secure channels. Your duties will include installing and repairing circuits and wiring, calibrating and aligning equipment components, and stringing overhead cables between utility poles. Other dutie
          92F Petroleum Supply Specialist      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
OH-CINCINNATI, 92F Petroleum Supply Specialist Job Description Like all the vehicles on the road, the Army National Guard can't run without fuel. And it's the Petroleum Supply Specialist who makes sure we keep moving. As an Army National Guard Petroleum Supply Specialist you will ensure the proper handling, storage, and shipment of petroleum-based products, such as oil, fuel, and compressed gas. These are skills
          91E Machinist      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
OH-CINCINNATI, 91E Machinist Job Description Army National Guard Machinists provide the critical knowledge, expertise, and skills needed to repair broken parts, modify old ones, or fabricate replacements for all equipment. They achieve this by operating lathes, drill presses, grinders, welding gear, and other machine shop equipment. Duties could include: working with these tools, as well as measuring work with c
          91C Utilities Equipment Repairer      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
OH-CINCINNATI, 91C Utilities Equipment Repairer Job Description Energize your future by joining the Army National Guard as a Utilities Equipment Repairer. Utilities Equipment Repairers maintain and repair electrical equipment such as electric motors and electric tools. Some of your duties as a Utilities Equipment Repairer may include maintaining, testing, and repairing electric motors; inspecting and repairing e
          91B Light-Wheel Vehicle Mechanic      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
OH-CINCINNATI, 91B Light-Wheel Vehicle Mechanic Job Description Got a knack for keeping cars and trucks on the road? Then join the Army National Guard as a Light-Wheel Vehicle Mechanic and help keep freedom moving forward. As a Light-Wheel Vehicle Mechanic, you will have the opportunity to supervise and perform unit maintenance and recovery operations on gasoline - and diesel - fueled light-wheeled vehicles. In
          14S AVENGERS Crewmember      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
OH-CINCINNATI, 14S AVENGERS Crewmember Job Description Discipline. Leadership. Teamwork. These are the qualities all employers look for because people who possess them think clearly, remain calm under pressure, and push the organization forward. Join the Army National Guard and you will gain these qualities and take them into your civilian career. The Army National Guard has openings for AVENGER Crewmembers. In
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OH-CINCINNATI, 14G Air Defense Battle Management System Operator Job Description Are you always looking toward the sky, dreaming of a fantastic future? Then things are definitely looking up for you in the Army National Guard. As an Air Defense Battle Management System Operator you will play a vital role in guarding against aerial and space-based attacks. Benefits/Requirements Benefits Paid training A monthly pay
          Data Loss Protection Engineer      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
OH-Cincinnati, Title: Data Loss Prevention Engineer Location: Downtown Cincinnati the candidate will be a member of the Information Protection team within the Information Security Division. The Lead Information Protection Engineer will serve as a key individual in Information Protection (Data Loss Prevention,Cryptography, Information Assurance, etc.) and lead a variety of strategic, operational and tactical acti
          Accounting Assistant      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
OH-Cincinnati, TITLE: Accounting Assistant DEPARTMENT: Accounting LOCATION: Wasson Road, Cincinnati, OH FLSA STATUS: Non-Exempt SUPERVISOR: Chief Financial Officer CLASSIFICATION: Office Level 2 SUPERVISES: N/A JOB SUMMARY: PRINCIPAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: % IMP EFS Accounts Payable Sort through incoming mail and match up AP receivers with invoices. Review invoices and support documentation for appropriate a
          Manufacturing Trainee      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
OH-Cincinnati, TITLE: Manufacturing Trainee DEPARTMENT: Manufacturing LOCATION: Wasson Road, Cincinnati, OH FLSA STATUS: Non-Exempt SUPERVISOR: Whse and Receiving Supervisor CLASSIFICATION: Manufacturing Level 1 SUPERVISES: N/A JOB SUMMARY: Learns methods and processes associated with machining, maintenance, receiving, paint, polish, etc. PRINCIPAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: % IMP EFS Machine Repair Duties Assis
          Inside Sales Representative      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
OH-Cincinnati, Inside Sales Representative Cincinnati, OH - United States Primary Skills Customer Service Sales Overview PROLIM Global Corporation (www.prolim.com) is currently seeking an Inside Sales Representative for their Cincinnati, OH office The Inside Sales Representative will develop new business opportunities by identifying new prospects and interacting with existing customers to increase interest and q
          Digital Marketing Specialist      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
OH-Cincinnati, PROLIM Global Corporation (www.prolim.com) is currently seeking Digital Marketing Specialist for location Cincinnati, OH office. Overview We're looking for a creative, data-driven digital marketer to implement aggressive strategies and tactics that attract targeted website traffic and convert them into qualified leads. You should have command of best practices and trends in search engine optimizat
          EHS Coordinator      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
OH-Cincinnati, Environmental, Health and Safety Coordinator This company has a repeat customer base because of their commitment to quality, cost and delivery. They treat everyone with respect and base their business on integrity. They are a manufacturer that supplies multiple industries and continues to grow. They offer excellent benefits including 401K, medical, dental, vision, tuition reimbursement, paid holid
          Program Manager      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
OH-Cincinnati, Program Manager Eliassen Group has an immediate need for Program Manager for our major, innovative client in Cincinnati! In this role, you will manage a group of inter-related projects. You will be key in building out an internal PMO, managing risks, issues, change management, and financial tracking across all areas including IT, business, supporting functions and all stakeholders. Challenges You’
          OCM Consultant      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
OH-Cincinnati, OCM Consultant Eliassen Group has an immediate need for an Organizational Change Management Consultant for our major, innovative client in Cincinnati, OH. You will be key in managing change initiatives meet business objectives. You’ll provide guidance in the design, development, and implementation of org. change plans and communications. Responsibilities: Develops and integrates OCM plan to IT ini
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OH-Cincinnati, Product Owner Eliassen Group has an immediate need for a Product Owner for our innovative, collaborative client in the Cincinnati area! In this role you will act as the project’s key stakeholder, creating and conveying your vision to your Scrum team. You will be key in eliciting the business needs of the customer to help determine solutions to complex business problems! Rate: $60.00-$65.00/hr + fu
          Sr. Project Manager - Tibco Sunset      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
OH-Cincinnati, job summary: Sr. Project Manager - Tibco Sunset Our Fortune 500 Client is in search for a Senior Project Manager to serve as an expert in sunsetting Tibco from the global enterprise as part of the enterprise application integration COE. The ideal candidate will be an expert in system integration platforms and sunsetting efforts. The successful candidate: • Experienced at creating project roadmaps
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OH-Cincinnati, Inside Sales Representative We are currently seeking an experienced Inside Sales Representative to join our team in Cincinnati, Ohio Who we are: Long-Lok's self-locking and self-sealing fastener processes have helped engineers solve threaded component fastening problems for more than 50 years. Long-Lok Fasteners Corporation was founded in 1957, in Los Angeles. Its initial mission was to exploit it
          Ex-Bengal Pacman Jones punched at airport      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Police say Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones was attacked during a run-in with a facility-service employee at the airport in Atlanta.
          Video: Hopkins' Paige Bueckers tosses alley-oop to Belibi for dunk      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Welcome to the Wednesday edition of The Cooler, where there’s never a heat advisory. Let’s get to it: *Hopkins point guard Paige Bueckers was the Star Tribune’s Metro Player of the Year as a sophomore this past season and is one of the best players in the nation at her age. Francesca Belibi just finished her junior year in Colorado, where she’s already become famous for her in-game dunks (the first one coming when she was a sophomore). Together, they make quite a duo. And even if this was only in a casual practice setting, where Bueckers, Belibi and the rest of their Team USA squad is getting ready for the FIBA U17 World Cup later this month in Belarus, it is a sight to behold. The scene: Bueckers lobs it up; Belibi goes and gets it. A dunk happens, and their teammates go bonkers. The best part is that there’s video. Check it out: *The Twins had their five-game winning streak snapped in a 9-4 loss to the Royals, while Kansas City snapped a 10-game losing streak in the process. But Minnesota managed to remain 8.5 games behind Cleveland, on the fringes of maybe sort of trying to stay relevant in the AL Central, because the Indians lost in excruciating fashion. How’s this: After Trevor Bauer pitched eight scoreless innings and Cleveland took a 4-0 lead into the ninth inning at home against Cincinnati, the Reds rallied for SEVEN runs, all scored with two outs, in the final inning for a 7-4 win. Making matters worse for Cleveland: The pitcher who gave up the winning hit, Dan Otero, wasn’t even supposed to be in the game. Per ESPN.com: (Manager Terry) Francona said afterward there was a miscommunication. He requested “OP” — Oliver Perez — and it was understood as “OT,” Otero’s nickname, and Otero was told to warm up in the bullpen. When the pitching change was made, Francona realized something had gone wrong. “When I saw OT coming through the gate, it was not the guy I was expecting,” Francona told reporters. It was Cleveland’s fourth consecutive loss. *NBA Commissioner Adam Silver seems to have changed his tune about whether the Golden State Warriors and other “super teams” are bad for the NBA. At a news conference in Las Vegas on Tuesday in the midst of Summer League action, Silver had this to say: “I think the Warriors—within the framework of this deal—should be doing everything they can to increase their dominance. That’s what you want to see in a league. You want teams to compete in every way they can within the rules. I don’t necessarily think it’s per se bad that the Warriors are so dominant. As I’ve said before, we’re not trying to create some sort of forced parity. What we really focus on is parity of opportunity.” Here’s what he said two years ago after Kevin Durant joined the Warriors: “I don’t think it’s good for the league. … When you aggregate a group of great players, they have a better chance of winning than many other teams. … I do not think that’s ideal from a league standpoint.” Therein lies both sides of the argument, I suppose. You can’t fault Silver for evolving his line of thinking — in part, perhaps, since the NBA seems to be as popular as ever even though only a small handful of teams enter every season with a realistic chance to win a title as opposed to more parity-driven leagues like the NHL and NFL.
          NFL player Pacman Jones attacked by employee at airport      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Police say former Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones was attacked during a run-in with a facility-service employee at the airport in Atlanta. Atlanta Police spokesman Jarius Daugherty says Jones confronted ABM Industries employee Frank Ragin after Ragin made a "gesture" toward the football player Tuesday night at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. Police say words were exchanged before Ragin struck Jones with a closed fist, causing a cut to Jones' face.
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ATLANTA (AP) — Police say former Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones was attacked during a run-in with a facility-service employee at the airport in Atlanta.

Atlanta Police spokesman Jarius Daugherty says Jones confronted ABM Industries employee Frank Ragin after Ragin made a "gesture" toward the football player Tuesday night at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.

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          q and also a :: Slanted      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
    Casey Weissbuch of Slanted sent us these answers to our questions in this next installment of q and also a.     q: What is the last song you (really) heard?     a: Ride Like The Wind by Christopher Cross. I was driving across the Norwood lateral, a highway in Cincinnati, when […]
          Suit involving worker overtime at Cincinnati VA hospital gains traction      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A federal judge has certified a class action lawsuit involving a nurse practitioner at the Cincinnati VA Medical Center that accuses the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs of failing to pay overtime related to electronic medical records since 2006. Judge Elaine Kaplan of the U.S. Court of Federal Claims in Washington granted certification June 7 in an action brought by class representative Audricia Brooks, a nurse practitioner at the Cincinnati VA, and others on behalf of nurse practitioners and… (Source: bizjournals.com Health Care:Physician Practices headlines)
          NFL player Adam “Pacman” Jones attacked by employee at airport      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Police say former Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones was attacked during a run-in with a facility-service employee at the airport in Atlanta.
          SOUS CHEF - CINCINNATI - Rusty Bucket Restaurant & Tavern - Pavillion, WY      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Hospitality, gives and welcomes feedback, contributes to building a positive team spirit, puts success of team above own interests, supports everyone’s efforts...
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          SOUS CHEF - CINCINNATI - Rusty Bucket Restaurant & Tavern - Pavillion, WY      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Hospitality, gives and welcomes feedback, contributes to building a positive team spirit, puts success of team above own interests, supports everyone’s efforts...
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          CITY SHOW Former Cincinnati Bengal Adam”Pac Man” Jones Attacked In Atlanta Airport!!! Video      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
I can’t lie when this story first came out i just knew just because of his history that Adam “Pac man” Jones was the instigator and then i watched the video gotta say my bad Pac Man you were just defending yourself and you actually made that worker go night night lol check out the video […]
          [$$$] Nuclear Job Board - DNJP4271 HEALTH & SAFETY SPECIALIST - CINCINNATI, OH - 2 POSITIONS - PER DIEM - Renuke Services       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
DNJP4271 HEALTH & SAFETY SPECIALIST CINCINNATI, OH 2 POSITIONS PER DIEM JOB DESCRIPTION This position serves as an Owner representative, who is responsible for basic technical work in a wide range of health and safety disciplines to achieve compliance...(click link to see full post)
          A Look at Medicaid in Kentucky      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

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          Q&A with ESPN NASCAR analyst Ricky Craven      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Cincinnati Reds radio announcer Marty Brennaman visited Kentucky Speedway to get some practice laps in the pace car. He also did a Ride Along with NASCAR Racing Experience. ESPN analyst and former Cup Series driver Ricky Craven talked with The Enquirer recently at an event celebrating the Speedway Children
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Police say former Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Adam “Pacman” Jones was attacked during a run-in with a facility-service employee at the airport in Atlanta.

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          Indians blow 9th inning lead thanks to classic miscommunication error that sent in the wrong pitcher      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A simple miscommunication in the dugout caused Indians manager Terry Francona to send in the wrong pitcher in the ninth inning on Tuesday night against the Reds. The Cleveland Indians fell to the Cincinnati Reds 7-4 on Tuesday night, giving up all seven runs in the final inning of play. The issue in the top of the ninth for the Indians can be directed back, nearly entirely, to pitching.
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The Cincinnati Reds scored seven runs in the ninth inning as they came from behind to down the Cleveland Indians 7-4 in a stunning comeback. The Indians took a first-inning lead on a pair of solo home ... - Source: sports.yahoo.com
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As ecommerce assumes a more dominant role in retailing, logistics and distribution centers in support of ecommerce warehousing and delivery are springing up across the country.

For example, Verst Logistics in June opened a nearly 400,000-sf ecommerce fulfillment center in Hebron, Ky., near the Greater Cincinnati Northern Kentucky International Airport. This DC will allow Verst to distribute products to about 85% of the continental U.S. within 48 hours, says Dean Hoerlin, Verst’s Vice President of Fulfillment and Distribution.


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          Cleveland Indians' communication failure was bad, but at least it didn't happen in the World Series      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

The St. Louis Cardinals, in Game 5 of the 2011 World Series, had the same kind of communication problems between the dugout and bullpen that the Indians experienced Tuesday night in a shocking 7-4 loss to the Reds.

CLEVELAND, Ohio - The Indians' ninth-inning bullpen failure Tuesday night and the miscommunication between manager Terry Francona and pitching coach Carl Willis that helped trigger it in a loss to Cincinnati was embarrassing. But at least it didn't happen in Game 5 of the World Series, as it did to Hall of Fame manager Tony La Russa and the St. Louis Cardinals in 2011.

The Indians didn't get anywhere near the 2011 World Series between the Cardinals and Rangers, but in Game 5 their fingerprints were all over the crime scene.

The eighth inning started with the score tied, 2-2. Octavio Dotel was pitching for the Cardinals and allowed a leadoff double to Michael Young of the Rangers. He struck out Adrian Beltre and intentionally walked Nelson Cruz to bring current Tribe lefty Marc Rzepczynski into the game to face former Tribe outfielder David Murphy.

Murphy singled to load the bases.

In that situation La Russa's plan was to have right-hander Jason Motte replace Rzepczynski to face right-handed hitting Mike Napoli, who is still in the Indians' organization. But Motte wasn't warmed up. La Russa told reporters that he called bullpen coach Derek Lilliquist, another former Indians player, after Young's double to get Rzepczynski up and have Motte start "tossing." But something was lost in the crowd noise. Yes, Rzpeczynski started warming, but right-hander Lance Lynn, then a rookie, started tossing instead of Motte.

Lynn had pitched 2 1/3 innings in Game 3 and was supposed to be unavailable for Game 5. So instead of bringing the rookie into face the dangerous Napoli, La Russa let Rzpeczynski face Napoli. This lefty vs. righty matchup was the reverse of Tuesday night's miscommunication that caused Tribe right-hander Dan Otero to face Joey Votto, the Reds' left-handed hitting No. 3 hitter, but the results were similar.

Napoli hit a two-run double with the bases loaded for a 4-2 lead, which became the final score -- with the Rangers taking a 3-2 lead in the World Series. Votto hit a three-run double with two out in the ninth to turn the Tribe's 4-3 lead into a 6-4 deficit. The Reds won, 7-4.

After Napoli's two-run double, Rzepczynski retired Mitch Moreland. At that point La Russa expected to see Motte finally walk through the bullpen gate. Instead it was Lynn because Motte still hadn't started to warm up despite a couple of more failed calls to the pen by pitching coach Dave Duncan, yet another former Indian. La Russa told reporters that it felt "like a bad dream." When Lynn got to the mound, the Cardinal manager asked him, "What are you doing here?"

Lynn intentionally walked Ian Kinsler and then, and only then, did Motte finally enter the game to get the third out of the inning.

When Francona saw Otero coming out of the bullpen Tuesday night to replace closer Cody Allen with the bases loaded instead of lefty Oliver Perez, he had to have a bad dream of his own. As he told reporters after the game, "That was not who I expected to see coming out of the gate."

What was Otero doing on the mound? This was his fourth appearance in the last five days.

In an age of instant communication, it came down to a simple verbal miscommunication and baseball's fondness for nicknames. Francona told Willis to call the bullpen and get "O.P." (Oliver Perez) up. Willis thought Francona said "O.T.", Otero's nickname. Willis said he should have asked Francona if he was sure he wanted Otero. Maybe rookie bullpen coach Scott Atchison should have asked Willis if he was sure he wanted Otero.

Baseball is accused of being too slow, but in the ninth inning, with a once-comfortable lead disappearing quickly, things move rapidly and mistakes are made. How about this for a suggestion? In the future, in close games, use only the real names of players - especially relievers.

One more thing, La Russa and the Cardinals overcame the Game 5 blunder to win the World Series in seven games.


          Cleveland Indians, Cincinnati Reds lineups for Wednesday, Game 91      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Carlos Carrasco takes the mound for Cleveland looking to snap the Tribe's four-game losing streak.

CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Here are the starting lineups for Wednesday's game between the Cleveland Indians and Cincinnati Reds.

What: Indians (49-41) vs. Reds (41-51).
When: 7:10 p.m.
Where: Progressive Field.
Broadcast: SportsTime Ohio, WTAM 1100 AM, WMMS 100.7 FM.

CLEVELAND INDIANS

Francisco Lindor SS
Michael Brantley LF
Jose Ramirez 3B
Edwin Encarnacion DH
Yonder Alonso 1B
Jason Kipnis 2B
Yan Gomes C
Tyler Naquin RF
Greg Allen CF

Carlos Carrasco (9-5, 4.28)

CINCINNATI REDS

Scott Schebler RF
Jose Peraza SS
Joey Votto 1B
Scooter Gennett 2B
Eugenio Suarez 3B
Jesse Winker DH
Tucker Barnhart C
Adam Duvall LF
Billy Hamilton CF

Tyler Mahle (7-6, 3.66)

Umpires

Ryan Additon HP
Quinn Wolcott 1B
Jeff Kellogg, crew chief 2B
James Hoye 3B


          Cleveland Indians must face bullpen disaster head-on -- Terry Pluto       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

The Cleveland Indians how have the worst relief pitching in the major leagues, and that can cut the heart out of a team.

CLEVELAND, Ohio -- For months, the Indians have known there are problems in the bullpen.

Tuesday's massive bullpen collapse may be what is needed for everyone from the front office to the coaching staff to realize the issues are even more serious than originally thought.

A bullpen like what we've seen in Cleveland can destroy the morale and confidence of a very good team. That's because the Indians have the worst bullpen in baseball with a 5.37 ERA.

A team with that bullpen goes nowhere in the postseason.

Maybe we're not having this conversation with so much intensity if closer Cody Allen had protected a 4-run lead in the top of the ninth inning Tuesday. But he didn't.

We're perhaps not having this conversation if Tribe reliever Dan Otero had been able to protect a 4-3 lead by retiring Cincinnati star Joey Votto. But he didn't.

We might not be hearing the same alarm bells if there had not been an embarrassing breakdown of communication between Manager Terry Francona and pitching coaching Carl Willis.

Francona wanted Oliver Perez ("O.P.") warming up.

Instead, Willis had Otero ("O.T.") warming up.

When Francona went to the mound to replace Allen, he was shocked when Otero came into the game -- rather than Perez.

Francona took the blame after the game, and he should. But there are TV monitors in the dugout showing the bullpen. I guess no one checked to see who was throwing -- or Francona didn't let anyone else know who was supposed to be warming up.

Otero gave up a 3-run double to Votto. The Tribe bullpen turned what should have been a 4-0 victory for Trevor Bauer into a 7-4 loss.

That was the Tribe's fourth loss in a row. It's embarrassing. And it should be a warning of bigger problems than communication.

GETTING WORSE

The losing streak began Saturday night. The Indians had a 3-0 lead after seven brilliant innings by Corey Kluber.

Francona turned the game over to Neil Ramirez, who has been pitching well this season. But he gave up two quick homers in the eighth. The Indians lost in extra innings, 6-3.

The Indians have the second-best starting staff in baseball (3.43 ERA). Only Houston (2.93 ERA) is better. But the bullpen continually wastes wonderful starting performances.

A horrible bullpen can tear the heart out of a team.

THE EMOTIONAL IMPACT

There is a temptation on the part of the manager and the starting pitcher to want the starter to pitch too long -- because the bullpen isn't trusted. That can lead to starters ending up with sore arms.

A faulty bullpen can emotionally devastate a clubhouse. The relievers feel guilty, the other players are frustrated.

This is Francona's sixth season as the Tribe manager, and he's never experienced anything like this bullpen. It is becoming perhaps his biggest challenge in the last three seasons, when the Indians have owned the Central Division.

WHAT NEXT?

The patchwork waiver wire approach is not working.

To be fair, the Indians did find some help in players cast off by other teams. Oliver (0.77 ERA) and Ramirez (3.44 ERA) have had far more good moments than bad. But veterans Zach McAllister (5.70 ERA) and Otero (5.71 ERA) went from being effective the previous two years to unreliable in 2018.

And to be fair to Allen, he had not allowed a run in his previous eight outings, going 6-of-6 in save situations since June 9.

I think Allen will come around. But I have no clue what to think about Andrew Miller, who remains on the disabled list with a knee problem. He's still a few weeks away from pitching. The 2017 All-Star is 1-4 with a 4.40 ERA this season.

Miller hasn't pitched since May 25. Not sure what he'll do when he returns. He has battled various injuries since late last season.

The front office has made bold midseason trades before, including the acquisition of Miller in 2016. That's what has to happen next.

Allen and Miller are free agents at the end of the season. It's doubtful either will be back. The Indians not only need to work on fixing the bullpen for this season, but also finding help for next year.


          LPGA Tour 2018: Rocky River's Jillian Hollis in field at Marathon Classic      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Rocky River's Jillian Hollis will play the LPGA Tour's Marathon Classic on a sponsor's invite this week in Sylvania, Ohio.

CLEVELAND, Ohio -- As a standout junior golfer in Northeast Ohio, Jillian Hollis eagerly anticipated the days when she could compete in the LPGA Tour's Marathon Classic as a professional.

Those days are here. Hollis, 21, is one of three sponsor's invites to an event that unfolds July 12-15 in the Toledo suburb of Sylvania, The Marathon, which dates to 1984 as the Jamie Farr Toledo Classic, is the closest regular LPGA Tour stop by car to Hollis' home in Rocky River.

Hollis is grouped with Jennifer Hahn and Katelyn Dambaugh for Rounds 1-2. Their tee time Thursday is 7:48 a.m.

As an amateur several years ago, Hollis played the Marathon and missed the cut. As an amateur last year, she narrowly missed coming out of the Monday qualifier.

"I'm so pumped to play in this tournament as a pro, especially because I was invited,'' Hollis said. "It's an honor and privilege to be invited to an LPGA Tour event. It's going to be a big challenge, but I'm looking forward to it.''

Hollis will continue what has been a whirlwind stretch of golf. She played in the NCAA Division I Women's Championship in May as an individual. Her career at the University of Georgia ended as a three-time All-American.

Hollis, who earned full status on the Symetra Tour last fall by reaching the third and final stage of LPGA Q-School, was prepared to make her pro debut at an event on the Symetra Tour -- the LPGA's equivalent of the PGA's web.com -- in June. Qualifying for the U.S. Open changed those plans. So the USGA's U.S. Open, at Shoal Creek in Alabama, became the debut. Hollis achieved plenty simply by making the cut, and finished 62nd.

Two weeks later, Hollis competed in her first Symetra Tour event as a pro. She almost won the Forsyth Classic in Illinois, losing to Isi Gabsa on the fourth playoff hole. Hollis tied for 22nd at the Island Resort Championship in Michigan and, two weeks ago, tied for eighth at the Prasco Charity Classic in Cincinnati.

Last week, Hollis finally was able to enjoy some down time at home. But she also worked on all facets of her game at her home course, Westwood Country Club in Rocky River.

"It's been an exciting start to my career,'' she said before leaving for Sylvania. "Making the cut in the U.S. Open right out of the gate was a thrill. The second place at Forsyth was a great learning experience. Those two events gave me a lot of confidence, and I've realized already how important confidence is out here.

"Pro golf has been everything I expected it to be -- and more. I have so many friends on the Symetra Tour, so there's more familiarity than I thought there would be. I've competed against a lot of these players as an amateur, in college. That's made it even more fun.''

Hollis, who attended Magnificat High School and graduated from Rocky River High School, likely will see more than a few familiar faces beyond those of family at the Marathon Classic's Highland Meadows Golf Club.

"The support I've received from Northeast Ohio has been incredible,'' she said. "I've gotten so many well-wishes. I truly appreciate every one of them.''

Among those joining Hollis in the field at the Marathon Classic are Lexi Thompson, Brooke Henderson, In Gee Chun, Brittany Lincicome, Paula Creamer, defending champion I.K. Kim and Sei Young Kim. Last week in Wisconsin, Sei Young Kim set the LPGA Tour's 72-hole scoring record at 31-under and won the Thornberry Creek Classic by nine shots.


          Trevor Bauer gets the better of Joey Votto, but Cincinnati's star has last laugh against Cleveland Indians      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Joey Votto's four at-bats against Trevor Bauer on Tuesday provided some whimsical moments.

CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Two of baseball's most enigmatic stars faced each other four times on Tuesday and it made for some pretty compelling at-bats.

But despite Cleveland's Trevor Bauer getting the better of Cincinnati's Joey Votto on each occasion, it was Votto and the Reds who had the last laugh at Progressive Field.

Bauer took a tough luck no-decision in a 7-4 loss to Cincinnati after holding the Reds to just three hits over eight shutout innings. He fanned 12 batters and walked four, marking his eighth start this season with double-digit strikeouts.

But closer Cody Allen could not hold a four-run lead, and Votto's three-run double against Dan Otero in the ninth inning gave the Reds their second straight win against the Tribe.

It's the seventh time in 2018 that Bauer (8-6, 2.30 ERA) has pitched at least six innings and allowed three earned runs or fewer but still taken a no-decision or a loss. In three of those outings he's struck out at least 11 batters.

Manager Terry Francona called Bauer's outing "terrific" and said it was obvious the All-Star right-hander had watched video of Reds hitters from the previous night's game, because he came out throwing more off-speed pitches and was getting a lot of swing-and-miss action.

"He had a couple real quick innings when they actually made contact," Francona said. "I thought he was really good."

Bauer currently ranks third in the American League this season with his 168 strikeouts. He sits tied for third in franchise history with Sam McDowell (168 in 1968) for strikeouts in the first half, trailing Bob Feller (190 in 1946) and another season by McDowell (183 in 1970).

Bauer said he used his breaking ball and some inside fastballs to offset Cincinnati's aggressiveness at the plate.

"When teams are aggressive like that, there's ways to beat it," he said. "I have enough weapons in my arsenal that I can change things up and do that."

But it was Votto's four at-bats against Bauer that provided some of the more whimsical moments of the night. In the first inning, Bauer fanned Votto with a 3-2 pitch that the erstwhile National League MVP was not expecting.

"I didn't know he had one of those sideways sliders," Votto told the Associated Press. "I don't think I've seen that before and it shocked me."

In the fourth, Bauer retired Votto on a liner to second, and then in the sixth he ended the frame by getting Votto to bounce out to first base.

In the eighth, Bauer shook off catcher Roberto Perez's signs eight times before Votto stepped out of the batter's box and the two grinned at each other.

"I went to throw something that I don't typically throw in those counts," Bauer said. "It's like a chess match, because he can hit everything. He studies the tape, sets pitchers up over the game. He's an intelligent guy."

The at-bat ended with Votto flying out to left field on Bauer's 111th and final pitch.

The two stars, known for being introverted and sometimes hard to read, met up in the offseason at a UFC event and struck up a friendly conversation. It made Bauer's mastery of Votto on Tuesday all the more satisfying.

"At the end of the day, it's a game," Bauer said. "Talented people on the other side and the best of the best matching up against each other. When you can keep it light like that, still competing, still trying to do your best and get the guy out. Kind of more of a one-on-one battle as opposed to a guy who maybe you don't joke around with, who you don't know very well or whatever. I enjoy that more."


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          Chacín y Quintana se acercan a 10 victorias, De los Santos suma su primera      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

El abridor venezolano Jhoulys Chacín trabajó poco más de cinco entradas y consiguió la victoria en duelo de serpentina latinoamericana, que lo acerca a las 10 en lo que va de la temporada, y se convirtió en el más destacado de la jornada.

Chacín y Quintana se acercan a 10 victorias, De los Santos suma su primera

En la misma calidad de serpentina estuvo el colombiano José Quintana, que también está cerca de su décima victoria en lo que va de temporada.

Mientras que el dominicano Enyel de los Santos se hizo de su primer triunfo en las Grandes Ligas.

Chacín estuvo poco más de cinco episodios sobre el montículo y ganó duelo de lanzadores latinoamericanos al dirigir la victoria de los Cerveceros de Milwaukee, que ganaron a domicilio 4-8 a los Marlins de Miami.

Para conseguir el triunfo, Chacín (8-3) trabajó cinco entradas y dos tercios, permitió siete imparables, cuatro carreras, dio tres bases y ponchó a tres bateadores.

Chacín, que venció sobre el montículo a su compatriota Pablo López, realizó 94 lanzamientos, 57 los encaminó a la zona del strike y dejó en 3,78 su promedio de efectividad luego de enfrentar a 27 bateadores.

Quintana lanzó seis episodios y llevó a los Cachorros de Chicago a una blanqueada a domicilio por 0-2 sobre los Gigantes de San Francisco.

El abridor colombiano, que puso su marca en 8-6, permitió tres imparables, dio dos pasaportes y ponchó a tres bateadores para acreditarse la victoria.

Quintana realizó 86 lanzamientos, 64 a la zona del strike y dejó en 3,96 su efectividad luego de enfrentar a 21 bateadores.
El primera base puertorriqueño Víctor Caratini pegó doble en el séptimo coronando racimo de dos y selló la victoria.

El antesalista dominicano Maikel Franco y el guardabosques venezolano Odubel Herrera pegaron sendos cuadrangulares y De Los Santos consiguió su primera victoria en las mayores después que los Filis de Filadelfia derrotaron a domicilio 3-7 a los Mets de Nueva York.

Franco (12) inició el castigo en el segundo episodio, al conectar de vuelta entera, llevando a dos corredores por delante.
Herrera (16) le siguió con otro toletazo de cuatro esquinas en la quinta entrada sin compañeros por delante.

De los Santos (1-0) lanzó seis episodios y un tercio, permitió cinco imparables, tres carreras, dio tres bases y retiró a seis bateadores por la vía del ponche.

El dominicano enfrentó a 26 toleteros con 94 lanzamientos, 58 de strike, y puso en 4,26 su promedio de carreras limpias permitidas.

El parador en corto puertorriqueño Francisco Lindor y el antesalista dominicano José Ramírez pegaron sendos cuadrangulares para los Indios de Cleveland, que perdieron 4-7 contra los Rojos de Cincinnati, en partido de interligas.

Lindor (24) mandó la pelota a la calle en el primero al cazar la serpentina del abridor Sal Romano, sin compañeros en el camino.
Ramírez (25) pegó de vuelta entera también en la primera entrada, en castigo a Romano, solitario, luego de un out.

Por los Rojos, el cerrador cubano Raisel Iglesias (9) se apuntó salvamento en un episodio, al ceder imparable y sacó dos "outs" por la vía del ponche.

El guardabosques venezolano David Peralta sacó la pelota del campo en la victoria a domicilio de los Diamondbacks de Arizona por 3-5 sobre los Rockies de Colorado.

Peralta (16) superó al relevo Jake McGee con dos corredores por delante en el séptimo, sin outs en la entrada.

El ganador fue el relevo panameño Randall Delgado (2-0) en una entrada y dos tercios, ponchando a un bateador.

El primera base dominicano Albert Pujols pegó cuadrangular para los Angelinos de Los Ángeles, que superaron 9-3 a los Marineros de Seattle.

Pujols (14) mandó la pelota al otro lado de la calle en la cuarta contra el abridor Mike Leake, con un corredor por delante.
El receptor venezolano Wilson Ramos conectó batazo bueno para tres carreras y los Rays de Tampa Bay derrotaron 5-2 a los Tigres de Detroit.

Ramos (14) pegó jonrón en el tercero llevando a dos corredores al castigar al abridor Matthew Boyd, con dos outs en la pizarra.
La victoria se la acreditó el relevo venezolano José Alvarado (1-3) en dos episodios, al permitir imparable y recetar un par de chocolates.

El segunda base venezolano Rougned Odor mandó la pelota a la calle para los Vigilantes de Texas, que perdieron 4-8 ante los Medias Rojas de Boston.

Odor (6) mandó la pelota a la calle en el segundo episodio sobre el abridor mexicano Héctor Velázquez, sin corredores por delante. EFE / RA

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          Siete venezolanos estarán en el Juego de las Estrellas de la MLB      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Entre los astros que iluminarán el cielo de Washington DC, el 17 de este mes, estarán siete venezolanos. Algunos llegaron por la elección popular y otro por el mérito que les dieron sus compañeros; de cualquier forma, serán parte del Juego de Estrellas de las Grandes Ligas.

Siete venezolanos estarán en el Juego de las Estrellas de la MLB

José Altuve, camarero de los Astros de Houston, vivirá su sexto clásico gracias a ser el más votado por los fanáticos. “Es divertido”, le dijo el tres veces campeón de bateo de la Liga Americana a la Associated Press. “Estás jugando, pero miras a tu alrededor porque lo estás haciendo con todos esos grandes nombres”.

En el equipo del nuevo circuito, Altuve tendrá como compañeros al receptor Wilson Ramos (quien también será titular, por haber sido escogido por la mayoría) y al novato Gleyber Torres, de los Yanquis de Nueva York, que se ganó el honor por las sugerencias de los peloteros. De acuerdo con el portal ElEmergente.com, del periodista Ignacio Serrano, será la segunda vez que un bisoño criollo estará entre estrellas; el primero fue Alex González en 1999.

El receptor Salvador Pérez, de los Reales de Kansas City, también integrará el roster de la Americana. Al igual que Altuve, vivirá su sexta edición del tradicional compromiso que parte la campaña en dos.

En la Liga Nacional el único venezolano que llegó por los votos populares, y que será parte del lineup titular, será Willson Contreras, careta de los Cachorros de Chicago. En la reserva estará el antesalista Eugenio Suárez, de los Rojos de Cincinnati, y en el bullpen el zurdo Felipe Vázquez, de los Piratas de Pittsburgh. Para el trío será la primera vez en un clásico.

Hay posibilidades de que se completen las ocho estrellas venezolanas en la bandera del Juego de Estrellas. El inicialista Jesús Aguilar, de los Cerveceros de Milwaukee, es parte del voto final que se conocerá este jueves; compite con Brandon Belt (Gigantes), Matt Carpenter (Cardenales), Max Muncy (Dodgers) y Trea Turner (Nacionales).

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          BREAKING: Adam “Pacman” Jones Attacked By Employee At Airport, Suspect Arrested      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Aside from his play on the field, Pacman Jones is known for getting into trouble off the gridiron quite frequently. But this time, he seems to be the victim. TMZ is reporting that the Cincinnati Bengals CB was involved in a violent altercation at the Atlanta airport, and apparently, an employee was behind the attack. […]
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Estudiosos da Universidade de Cincinnati estão desenvolvendo dispositivos de rastreamento de metais, água e energia para facilitar missões de militares

Universidade americana está desenvolvendo armaduras e dispositivos tecnológicos semelhantes aos do Homem de Ferro

Universidade americana está desenvolvendo armaduras e dispositivos tecnológicos semelhantes aos do Homem de Ferro

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O Laboratório de Pesquisa da Forças Aérea dos Estados Unidos está trabalhando em parceria com engenheiros da Universidade de Cincinnati (UC) para desenvolver uma espécie de armadura tecnológica, como a utilizada na superprodução norte-americana "Homem de Ferro". Segundo os estudiosos, a roupa permitirá o armazenamento de energia em nanotubos de carbono, facilitando a mobilidade de militares, que não precisarão mais carregar baterias pesadas em suas missões. As informações são do Daily Mail.

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A equipe de pesquisa explicou que, com a nova tecnologia, poderá não só desenvolver a famosa armadura do "Homem de Ferro", como também revolucionar o funcionamento de aviões de guerra. O grupo afirmou que, por meio dos dispositivos que aparentam tecidos finos, os militares contarão com um mecanismo eficaz de rastreamento de metais, água e energia.

Funcionamento das armaduras "reais" do Homem de Ferro

Por meio de um estudo, pesquisadores e engenheiros expuseram que os nanotubos são ‘cultivados’ em placas de silício de tamanho padrão em uma câmara de vácuo, processo nomeado de deposição de vapor químico. Desse modo, eles esticam as fibras sobre um carretel industrial no laboratório, transformando a minúscula folha de carbono em um fio semelhante à seda produzida pelas aranhas.

Assim, com o desenvolvimento do tecido extremante leve, pode ocorrer a substituição de baterias pesadas, que geralmente são responsáveis por manter o equipamento usados por soldados funcionando.

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"O dispositivo será exatamente como um tecido. A redução do peso será essencial para a agilidade dos militares, além de auxiliar em outros fatores. Essa tecnologia será uma grande vantagem para eles durante as missões”, disse o professor da UC e coautor do estudo, Vesselin Shanov.  

A equipe de pesquisa alegou que tantos benefícios gerados pelo dispositivo carregam também um preço elevado, e que, por isso, não serão produzidos em uma quantidade grande por enquanto.

“Estamos trabalhando com clientes que se importam mais com desempenho do que com custo. Mas, assim que a síntese for aperfeiçoada, a escala de produção será expandida e o custo diminuído”, acrescentou o estudante e integrante do grupo, Mark Haase.

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O grupo de estudo informou que produzirá aproximadamente 45 metros de fio de nanotubo de carbono para testes, e que uma série de experimentos está sendo feito com um robô autônomo chamado ARES, com o intuito de decodificar como estabilizar a produção em massa de nanotubos de carbono.  

A Faculdade de Engenharia e Ciências Aplicadas da UC também faz parte da produção das ‘armaduras’ do Homem de Ferro e de outras tecnologias devido a um acordo de cinco anos firmado com o Laboratório de Pesquisa da Força Aérea Estadunidense. 


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Nova and his brother and sister were lucky to be in the park at the same time as the kind person who rescued them. Their person was giving them to young children (with no parents in sight) just to get rid of them. HART was contacted, and now we're looki... see more at Petfinder.com

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          Video: Hopkins' Paige Bueckers tosses alley-oop to Belibi for dunk      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Welcome to the Wednesday edition of The Cooler, where there’s never a heat advisory. Let’s get to it: *Hopkins point guard Paige Bueckers was the Star Tribune’s Metro Player of the Year as a sophomore this past season and is one of the best players in the nation at her age. Francesca Belibi just finished her junior year in Colorado, where she’s already become famous for her in-game dunks (the first one coming when she was a sophomore). Together, they make quite a duo. And even if this was only in a casual practice setting, where Bueckers, Belibi and the rest of their Team USA squad is getting ready for the FIBA U17 World Cup later this month in Belarus, it is a sight to behold. The scene: Bueckers lobs it up; Belibi goes and gets it. A dunk happens, and their teammates go bonkers. The best part is that there’s video. Check it out: *The Twins had their five-game winning streak snapped in a 9-4 loss to the Royals, while Kansas City snapped a 10-game losing streak in the process. But Minnesota managed to remain 8.5 games behind Cleveland, on the fringes of maybe sort of trying to stay relevant in the AL Central, because the Indians lost in excruciating fashion. How’s this: After Trevor Bauer pitched eight scoreless innings and Cleveland took a 4-0 lead into the ninth inning at home against Cincinnati, the Reds rallied for SEVEN runs, all scored with two outs, in the final inning for a 7-4 win. Making matters worse for Cleveland: The pitcher who gave up the winning hit, Dan Otero, wasn’t even supposed to be in the game. Per ESPN.com: (Manager Terry) Francona said afterward there was a miscommunication. He requested “OP” — Oliver Perez — and it was understood as “OT,” Otero’s nickname, and Otero was told to warm up in the bullpen. When the pitching change was made, Francona realized something had gone wrong. “When I saw OT coming through the gate, it was not the guy I was expecting,” Francona told reporters. It was Cleveland’s fourth consecutive loss. *NBA Commissioner Adam Silver seems to have changed his tune about whether the Golden State Warriors and other “super teams” are bad for the NBA. At a news conference in Las Vegas on Tuesday in the midst of Summer League action, Silver had this to say: “I think the Warriors—within the framework of this deal—should be doing everything they can to increase their dominance. That’s what you want to see in a league. You want teams to compete in every way they can within the rules. I don’t necessarily think it’s per se bad that the Warriors are so dominant. As I’ve said before, we’re not trying to create some sort of forced parity. What we really focus on is parity of opportunity.” Here’s what he said two years ago after Kevin Durant joined the Warriors: “I don’t think it’s good for the league. … When you aggregate a group of great players, they have a better chance of winning than many other teams. … I do not think that’s ideal from a league standpoint.” Therein lies both sides of the argument, I suppose. You can’t fault Silver for evolving his line of thinking — in part, perhaps, since the NBA seems to be as popular as ever even though only a small handful of teams enter every season with a realistic chance to win a title as opposed to more parity-driven leagues like the NHL and NFL.
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          Let's Bee Social #233      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Welcome to the Let's Bee Social!


Here's a friendly email I received last week from Emily. Gotta love a quilter with a big heart who just wants to share what's fun and for such a worthy cause....



Hi Lorna! I made your Smitten Kitten pattern this week and presented it to my quilt group for the Cincinnati, OH Ronald McDonald House. The ladies in my group liked it so much, they wanted me to show them how to make these little kitties! Would you mind if I shared this pattern with a handful of women so that we can make some quilts for the kids at RMH? Thank you for your consideration and this adorable pattern! Emily






This week you can find the Smitten Kitten pattern here in my shop.

AND if you use HALFPRICE as the coupon code, you get 50% off!










Last week I mentioned my participation in the New Blogger Blog Hop back in 2013 and then shared the shout out to Molli Sparkles spurned on by that T shirt second hand store find.

Another one of our "classmates" from that hop is Kris. We've been keeping in touch pretty regular since then. Although Kris is more active on Instagram here....

Please click here to meet Kris where she blogs at Sew Sunshine and take the time to leave a friendly Let's Bee Social HELLO on her latest post.....




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          Frisbee, Bea orgoglio orobico Convocata ai mondiali negli Usa      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
L’atleta bergamasca è l’unica rappresentante orobica ai mondiali per club della specialità Ultimate che si svolgeranno in Ohio.

Beatrice Sisana, numero 97 della squadra di frisbee Ultimate Bergamo e della nazionale è partita poco fa con un volo per gli Stati Uniti per partecipare ai mondiali per club Wucc che si svolgeranno da domenica 15 luglio a Cincinnati in Ohio. La bergamasca giocherà con le bolognesi del Cusb Shout, unica squadra a rappresentare la divisione femminile italiana. Le partite saranno visibili su YouTube e fanseat.


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OH-Cincinnati, Behavior Health Support Specialist - Residential Treatment St. Joseph Orphanage, an innovative comprehensive behavioral health and educational treatment agency, is looking for an energetic, creative addition to join our team. By incorporating trauma-informed best practices and a culture of caring, St. Joseph helps children and their families on the road to recovery and success! We strive to be the
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OH-Cincinnati, Inside Sales Representative We are currently seeking an experienced Inside Sales Representative to join our team in Cincinnati, Ohio Who we are: Long-Lok's self-locking and self-sealing fastener processes have helped engineers solve threaded component fastening problems for more than 50 years. Long-Lok Fasteners Corporation was founded in 1957, in Los Angeles. Its initial mission was to exploit it
          6th Circuit Reverses Ruling On Pension Plan Participant's Reformation Claim      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
CINCINNATI - The Sixth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals on June 20 reversed and remanded a district court's ruling on a plaintiff's reformation claim after determining that the lower court's conclusion that the plaintiff failed to establish that the plan had an intent to deceive was based on an incorrect statement of the law (Randy D. Pearce v. Chrysler Group LLC Pension Plan, No. 17-1431, 6th Cir., 2018 U.S. App. LEXIS 16599).
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CINCINNATI - The Sixth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals on June 18 denied a petition for rehearing en banc filed by former employees of Norton Healthcare Inc. challenging lump-sum pension payments after an appellate panel on May 10 vacated a district court's grant of summary judgment in favor of the retirees (Elizabeth A. Clemons, et al. v. Norton Healthcare Inc Retirement Plan, Nos. 16-5063, -5124, 6th Cir., 2018 U.S. App. LEXIS 16428).
          Sininger wins GCGA Junior Tour      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Georgetown’s Lance Sininger took first place in the 16-18 division of the Greater Cincinnati Golf Association’s 1905 Junior Tour held at Maysville Country Club on July 2. Sininger enters his senior year at Georgetown High [...]
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Thu, 07/12/2018
Construction Watch

Historic Muntz Hall is taking on a new look with the completion of phase one in a comprehensive renovation of the 51-year-old flagship building on the University of Cincinnati Blue Ash College campus.

Muntz Hall was the only building on the campus when the college opened in 1967. The original structure was expanded in 1974 to reach its current 172,000 square foot footprint, and there have been many, minor renovations over the years. However, the building has not been updated in any significant way over the past half-century. This major renovation project, led by UC’s Planning Design and Construction (PDC) Office, will rely on state funding for completion. It could include up to six phases if full funding is approved.

Phase one was a $3.7 million project that covered half of the third floor in the three-story building. It features 14 bright new classrooms that include plenty of natural light as well as modern audio and visual systems designed for teaching and learning. The classrooms also feature new seating and white boards that replace the old chalkboards. There are two new conference rooms, three digital signage locations, and several new spaces where students can study or relax while also charging their phone or laptop.


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The Billings Mustangs (Rookie; Pioneer League) and the Cincinnati Reds have signed a two-year extension of their player development contract (PDC), announcing a pact through the 2020 season. Mustangs Managing Partner Dave Heller and Reds Director of Player Development Jeff Graupe made the announcement in a joint press conference on Wednesday at Dehler Park. In addition to the 2018 season being the 66th year that the Mustangs […]
          [$$$] Construction Job Board - Control Electricians Needed ASAP!!! - Cincinnati, OH - Millwrights4hire      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
MW4H industrial Staffing is in search of control electricians for a project in Cincinnati, OH. They are working 60+ hours a week for 4-6 weeks and they're making $30/hour and $110/day Per Diem. There will be multiple locations. Must have at least 5 years...(click link to see full post)


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