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          The StorageMall Storage Auction - Lexington Park MD - Monday July 9th, 2018 - Lockerfox      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Auction - Lexington Park MD - Monday July 9th, 2018 - Lockerfox | Starts at 10 00 AMOnline Storage Auction at The StorageMall located in Lexington Park MD Bidding takes place online at https www lockerfox com auctions details 491566 Unit may contain 1 Microwave AMERICA S NEWEST AND BEST STORAGE AUCTIONS Winning bidder must conduct actual purchase in person at the storage facility and remove all contents of the unit within 72 hours Starts at 10 05 AMOnline Storage Auction at The StorageMall located in Lexington Park MD Bidding takes place online at
          Xometry raises $25M, acquires rival manufacturing tech startup - WTOP      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Lexington Herald Leader

Xometry raises $25M, acquires rival manufacturing tech startup
A Maryland tech company has manufactured two big deals. Gaithersburg-based Xometry Inc. has added $25 million in funding. The online marketplace for parts manufacturing also absorbed Kentucky-based MakeTime Inc. for an undisclosed amount.
Lexington tech startup acquired by Maryland company. Next up — a $25 million expansion.Lexington Herald Leader

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          Lexington Medical Center Welcomes William P. Grimes, MD      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Lexington Medical Center proudly welcomes William P. Grimes, MD, to its network of care. Dr. Grimes will practice at Lexington Family Practice Northeast. A Midlands native, Dr. Grimes graduated cum laude from Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina, and earned his medical degree from the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston. He then completed […]
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Carpool Lexington - Wilmington Hi,Looking for a ride both sides, morning and evening at work timings.Thanks ! TO: Pick up- Boxborough/Acton/Lexington/Burlington - can be any of these Drop- 200 Ballardvale st, Wilmington,MA FROM:200 Ballardvale st, Wilmington,MA Pick up: Boxborough/Acton/Lexington/Burlington - can be any of these
          Freedom Of Speech And The Civility Debate      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
First, Stephanie Wilkinson, owner of The Red Hen restaurant in Lexington, Virginia, upset by many of President Trump's policies, asked White House press secretary Sarah Sanders and her party to leave her restaurant – politely by first-hand accounts.
          Agent Casse Acquires Violence Colt for $370,000      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Agent Justin Casse went to $370,000 for a bay son of Violence just after the mid-point of The July Sale, Fasig-Tipton's selected summer yearling sale July 10 near Lexington. The colt is out of the graded stakes winner Classic Elegance.
          Junior Little's Influence Felt at Fasig-Tipton      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Although Marvin Little Jr., a Thoroughbred breeding industry stalwart, died last year at age 79, his enduring influence was evident July 10 at The July Sale, Fasig-Tipton Kentucky's selected summer yearling sale in Lexington.
          Customer Service Specialist Wanted – Apply Today      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
KY-Lexington, Are You… …A Leader? You have the drive to succeed and desire to positively impact your community and those around you. …Hardworking? You are resourceful and able to work independently to achieve your personal and professional goals. …Ambitious? You have an entrepreneurial spirit and are willing to put in the work to thrive. We are currently seeking entry- and senior-level applicants with this same
          Paralegal      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
KY-Lexington, Jackson Kelly PLLC is seeking a full time Paralegal for its growing Litigation Practice within the Lexington, Kentucky office. The ideal candidate should have a minimum of two to five years of recent litigation experience, possess a strong attention to detail, excellent verbal and written communication skills, and a high level of organizational skills while working in a fast-paced, deadline driven
          Warehouse Associate I      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
KY-Lexington, Warehouse Pickers/Packers Associates needed in Lexington, KY Full Time Opportunity with Benefits, Paid Time Off, and Paid Holidays! Job Summary: Reporting to the Branch Manager, the Warehouse Associate I will support the shipping and receiving activities within the distribution center and will be trained on ISO compliance and procedures. The Warehouse Associate I will be proficient in all warehous
          Registered Nurse -Home Health - SIGN ON BONUS      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
KY-Lexington, Full Time Registered Nurse -Home Health - SIGN ON BONUS! RN Home Health opportunity for Fayette, Jessamine, Franklin, Scott, and Bourbon counties. Job #: RN1lexKY63227674 A career with Brookdale Healthcare Services has never been so rewarding! Brookdale Home Health is ranked among the Top Ten largest home heath companies in the country. Many of our agencies carry a five-star rating and are recogni
          Contract Specialists      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
KY-Lexington, RESPONSIBILITIES: Kforce has a client in search of a Contract Specialist in Lexington, Kentucky (KY). Responsibilities include, but not limited to: Support shall cover a wide range of customers on acquisitions to include procurement of complex and/or diversified items, services, and research and development May support any classified and unclassified programs Shall have experienced with complex re
          INTERVIEWS      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
KY-Lexington, Job Description I will be conducting interviews all week at the Nesco Rsource office in Versailles, KY ( 161 Yellow Jacket Dr ) for several different openings in this area. Please be ready to provide proof of education, 2 forms of identification, a clean drug test, and Back ground. Office hours are from 8am til 4:30pm Mon-Fri, you can also call and make an appointment at 859-214-4058 anytime!
          Warehouse Supervisor      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
KY-Lexington, Essential job functions include: -Management leadership and guidance for the 2nd shift operation including warehouse and repacking. -Activities include establishing policies, setting goals and handling day-to-day management activities, interfacing with customers, etc. -Responsibility for assisting Operations Manager with customer satisfaction with all on-site activities. -Works with customer staff
          Project Manager      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
KY-Lexington, Contract position: IMMEDIATE NEED!!!!.Client is looking for a Construction Project Manager to help manage multiple electric Utility Transmission Line and Substation EPC projects in and around Lexington, KY. Client is looking for a minimum of 10+ years of overall engineering & construction experience and 5+ years of experience as a Project Manager involved in heavy industrial construction projects
          LCSD: Death investigation underway in Gaston      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Lexington County Sheriff’s Department is investigating a death in Gaston. 
          (Lexington) JRC 45acp - Offer      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Hernandez's career-high 12 K's leads Lexington      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
There will be plenty to say about Jesus Luzardo when he takes the mound for the World Team in Sunday's SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game. Among them, that the No. 20 overall prospect has not allowed an earned run in his last 28 innings.
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          Cyber Security Subject Matter Expert      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
MD-Lexington Park, Cyber Security Subject Matter Expert - 1069184 WHO WE ARE KBRwyle is a global government services organization delivering full life cycle professional and technical services from over 60 U.S. and 40 international locations. Our core capabilities include logistics, engineering, science, cyber, intelligence and security services. WHAT TO EXPECT When you become part of the KBR team, your career oppor
          Maintenance or Logistics SME / Product Owner      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
MD-Lexington Park, Maintenance or Logistics SME / Product Owner - 1064305 WHO WE ARE KBRwyle is a global government services organization delivering full life cycle professional and technical services from over 60 U.S. and 40 international locations. Our core capabilities include logistics, engineering, science, cyber, intelligence and security services. WHAT TO EXPECT When you become part of the KBR team, your care
          Software Test Lead (Vector)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
MD-Lexington Park, Software Test Lead (Vector) - 1069223 WHO WE ARE KBRwyle is a global government services organization delivering full life cycle professional and technical services from over 60 U.S. and 40 international locations. Our core capabilities include logistics, engineering, science, cyber, intelligence and security services. WHAT TO EXPECT When you become part of the KBR team, your career opportunities
          Hadoop Administrator      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
MD-Lexington Park, Hadoop Administrator - 1062967 WHO WE ARE KBRwyle is a global government services organization delivering full life cycle professional and technical services from over 60 U.S. and 40 international locations. Our core capabilities include logistics, engineering, science, cyber, intelligence and security services. WHAT TO EXPECT When you become part of the KBR team, your career opportunities are end
          Software Tester (Vector)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
MD-Lexington Park, Software Tester (Vector) - 1069267 WHO WE ARE KBRwyle is a global government services organization delivering full life cycle professional and technical services from over 60 U.S. and 40 international locations. Our core capabilities include logistics, engineering, science, cyber, intelligence and security services. WHAT TO EXPECT When you become part of the KBR team, your career opportunities are
          Software Tester (Vector)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
MD-Lexington Park, Software Tester (Vector) - 1069268 WHO WE ARE KBRwyle is a global government services organization delivering full life cycle professional and technical services from over 60 U.S. and 40 international locations. Our core capabilities include logistics, engineering, science, cyber, intelligence and security services. WHAT TO EXPECT When you become part of the KBR team, your career opportunities are
          Obama Homeland chief: ICE needs reform, not abolition - Lexington Herald Leader      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Lexington Herald Leader

Obama Homeland chief: ICE needs reform, not abolition
Lexington Herald Leader
It consists of essentially two components: enforcement and removal operations, or ERO, and homeland security investigations, or HSI, which is dedicated to the investigation of cross-border crimes such as smuggling dangerous drugs and contraband, the ...
Abolishing ICE: Good policy, bad politics The Hill
ICE is the wrong target for Democrats' outrage Miami Herald
2 protesters arrested during incident at Occupy ICE PDX
Splinter -Bustle
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          Wilcox, Stuart      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Stuart WilcoxStuart L. WILCOX, 79, husband of Patricia B. Wilcox, passed away Mon., July 2, 2018 at his residence in Lexington, KY. Born Oct. 6,...
          (Lexington) MARLIN CAMP 45 ACP. - $ 540      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
          Legends Announce Faith & Family Night with Postgame Fireworks and Concert by 7eventh Time Down      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
WHITAKER BANK BALLPARK (Lexington, KY) - The Lexington Legends are excited to announce Faith and Family Night presented by Asbury University on July 2... - SAL Lexington Legends
          Polysom Technoligist II, Sleep Center - KentuckyOne Health - Lexington, KY      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Position Summary: Perform standard sleep studies as directed according to established practice. Provide patient care/services based on identified needs...
From KentuckyOne Health - Sat, 02 Jun 2018 13:26:11 GMT - View all Lexington, KY jobs
          Death investigation in Gaston      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Lexington Deputies are actively investigation a death. There are few details available right now, but we will update you as soon as more information becomes available.
          Mike Farris - "Silver & Stone"      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Coming off of an incredible GRAMMY win for 2015’s SHINE FOR ALL THE PEOPLE (Best Roots Gospel album), Nashville rocker Mike Farris keeps it earthy and personal on SILVER & STONE, out September 7 on Compass Records. The title refers to his wife's ring, and the album is a celebration of their 23 years of marriage and her steadfastness in sticking by him through his years struggling with addiction and alcoholism. Now sober for 7 years, Farris has the energy and conviction of a man saved, a stack of anecdotes and life experiences that would make most people’s heads spin, and a soulful vocal delivery reminiscent of Sam Cooke or Otis ReddingSILVER & STONE isn’t a “gospel” album by any means, but Farris still takes us to church on these 12 engaging tracks, including a cover of Bill Withers’ “Hope She’ll be Happier.” 

Produced at Compass Sound Studio (AKA “Hillbilly Central” – the birthplace of Outlaw Country) in Nashville by Compass Records co-founder, Garry WestSILVER & STONE finds Farris imbuing his songs with a vibey, lighthearted feel, returning to his roots as a rocker and soul singer. The album weaves through the traditions of American music the way that Tennessee born and bred Farris has done expertly throughout his 25-year career, starting with his major label band, Screamin’ Cheetah Wheelies.

Sonically, SILVER & STONE’s warm organic sound and stellar playing recalls the cream of the Stax Records’ catalog. The album opener and Farris original, "Tennessee Girl,” seguing into “Are You Lonely For Me Baby?” and “Can I Get a Witness,” are loose and groove-driven, hitting all the right notes of soul,  and  blues with an effortlessness that shows what a natural Farris is for this sound. 

The studio band includes famed “Memphis Boy” Gene Chrisman (Dusty Springfield, Elvis Presley, Dan Auerbach) sharing drum duties with Derrek Phillips (Robben Ford, Hank Williams Jr.), keyboardists Reese Wynans (Joe Bonamassa, Double Trouble) and long-time Farris collaborator Paul Brown (Waterboys, Ann Peebles), guitarists Doug Lancio (Patty Griffin, John Hiatt), Rob McNelly (Delbert McClinton) and George Marinelli (Bonnie Raitt) with Steve Mackey (Wallflowers, Delbert McClinton) and producer West splitting bass duties. Farris is quick to credit the crew in the band for putting their modern spin on classic grooves and progressions.  The band was given just enough structure so they could add their own flavor. Among the album's many standout moments is Joe Bonamassa's searing solo on “Movin’ Me” (Bonamassa became a fan and friend while opening for Screamin’ Cheetah Wheelies in the 90's).

Melding the spiritual and the earthly, Farris says the album is about “reaching something better without actually trying.” This sentiment drives the Farris-penned composition, “Golden Wings”, written for his son, Christian, at “a pivotal point in his life, with so many options in front of him. That feeling of ‘Where am I supposed to be?’” 

Farris told Rolling Stone Country. "It's one of those songs that just flowed out after I did an exercise where you write a letter to your younger self. It has a dual message— something to say to a young person who is looking for answers, but also a reminder to myself to be free and open to the possibilities of life."

Another Farris composition, “When Mavis Sings,” hits equally close to his heart. Over his years as a performer, he’s had the privilege of becoming close to legendary singer and gospel icon Mavis Staples.  He says, “Mavis is everything you want your heroes to be.” Julie Farris elaborates, “She calls him ‘Mikey’.”  The song is actually a history lesson on Mavis' life, as it's completely comprised of literal tidbits of her life.  

“I wanted to explore that upbringing, being in that neighborhood with all of these luminaries and absorbing that music,” he says. “It was exciting to watch all the pieces come together and fit lyrically.”

The album closes with “I’ll Come Running Back To You,” an acknowledgment of the surrender intrinsic in love by accepting the kind of love that conquers shame and self-doubt.  Where the narrator of this song is losing his identity in service of unrequited love, for Farris, it’s quite the opposite—it’s relinquishing a vision of identity that needs to be served by attention or self-medication and instead takes root and grows through love.

“It’s the most essential, yet most difficult, part of faith,” Farris says.  “Remembering to open up and allow the universe to have its way with you and your gifts. Be open and free to the possibilities of life.”

"With a supersized voice filled with the electricity of Saturday night and the godly grace of Sunday mornings ." — Rolling Stone Country

“Mike Farris has enough heart, soul, and power to light up a city. He mixes up the elements and turns them into something new, beautiful, and uniquely his own.” — Buddy Miller

 "Country and gospel music is in dire need of some pure heartfelt soul right now.  He's like a secret weapon — he's loaded with soul."  — Marty Stuart (Rolling Stone Country) 


July 10 – New York, NY – Mercury Lounge

July 13 – Mill Valley, CA – Sweetwater Music Hall 

July 14 – Navarro, CA – Redwood Ramble

July 15 – Sacramento, CA – Harlow’s

Aug 18 – Saugerties, NY – Cantine Veterans Memorial Complex

Aug 23 – Chattanooga, TN – Songbirds

Aug 24 – Lexington, KY – Willie’s Locally Known

Aug 25 – Knoxville, TN – Open Chord Music

Aug 26 – Charlotte, NC – Neighborhood Theatre

Aug 27 – Durham, NC – Motorco Music Hall

Aug 28 – Charleston, SC – Queen Street Playhouse

Sep 6 – Buford, GA – Buford Community Center

Sep 8 – Franklin, TN – Franklin Theatre

Sept 14 – Nashville, TN - AMERICANAFEST

Sep 17 + 18 – Penticton, BC – The Dream Café

Sep 20 – Salt Spring Island, BC – PitchFork Social

Sep 21 – Seattle, WA – The Triple Door

Sep 22 – Victoria, BC – University Centre Farquhar Auditorium

Sep 28 – Franklin, NC – Franklin Town Square Gazebo

Oct 5 - Madrid, Spain - Changó LIVE

Oct 6 - A Coruna, Spain - Sala Inn Club

Oct 7 - Gijón, Spain - Teatro de la Laboral

Oct 12 - Calella, Spain - Fàbrica Llobet

Nov 03 – Moab, UT – Moab City Baseball Field

Nov 29 – Stoughton, WI – Stoughton Opera House    

          (Lexington) Smith & Wesson 19-3 - $ 725      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
For sale is a Smith & Wesson Model 19-3 in .357 magnum in excellent condition (pre-lock).  It features a 4" barrel, original factory cleaning kit and period correct box (not the original), including wax paper.

No trades, lowballers - if the ad is still up, the pistol is still for sale.  Will not respond to "text me" or "call me" emails.

Thanks for looking!
          (Lexington) Beretta 92FS Inox w/ nite sights - $ 700      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
For sale is a very well maintained Beretta 92FS Stainless Inox in 9mm in excellent condition.  Comes with box and 4x stainless mags.  This pistol also features factory night sights (still good).  All mags are factory mags.

No trades, lowballers (if the ad is still up, the pistol is still for sale).  Will not response to "Text me" or "call me" emails.

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          (Lexington) NIB/Unfired Bersa Thunderer 380 in FDE - $ 355      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
For sale is a Bersa Thunderer 380 in Flat Dark Earth (FDE) with 2x mags.  Pistol is brand new in box and unfired. 

No trades, lowballers (if the pistol is still for sale, the ad is still up).  Will not respond to "text me" or "call me" emails.

Thanks for looking!
          Xometry raises $25M, acquires rival manufacturing tech startup - WTOP      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache

Xometry raises $25M, acquires rival manufacturing tech startup
A Maryland tech company has manufactured two big deals. Gaithersburg-based Xometry Inc. has added $25 million in funding. The online marketplace for parts manufacturing also absorbed Kentucky-based MakeTime Inc. for an undisclosed amount.
Xometry Expands On-Demand Manufacturing with Acquisition and $25M in
Lexington tech startup acquired by Maryland company. Next up — a $25 million expansion.Lexington Herald Leader

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          Comment on Today’s Headlines by Flakker      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Ferry Point Park: I don't get it, did everyone, including the reporter, drive there and not look around? It's hard to think of a worse shoreline or riverine location for a ferry in all of the Bronx. And the article accepts all the gibberish uncritically. "transit-starved community" - I realize that "community" has become a word that people can say without defining anything but even by that very loose word this makes no sense. Nobody lives there. It's wedged between a highway, the Trump golf course beyond the highway, and warehouses which separate the park from any way to get there. "Two-fare" rides becoming one fare. No. I went to college in Throggs Neck and there was always one fare to Manhattan since the Metrocard. Perhaps Gjonaj meant one seat but even then, THERE IS NO BUS TO FERRY POINT NOW, and rightly so. The nearest neighborhoods have had options, no thanks to Gjonaj, which have substantially improved since the Q44 SBS and the Lexington got freed up by the 2nd Avenue subway extension. One thing that might actually make sense, that help ferries service the relatively poor, is ferries that run up Westchester Creek and the Bronx River a ways, same for Newtown Creek. I'm just spitballing here. But this proposal is ludicrous.
          On-demand 3D printing marketplace Xometry acquires MakeTime, raises $25M in new funding      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Xometry, the on-demand online manufacturing marketplace, announced that it has acquired Lexington, Ky.-based MakeTime, another leading on-demand manufacturing company. The combined company will operate under the Xometry brand name and have offices in Maryland and Kentucky.
          The Key to Liberty: “Unintermitted Agitation”      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
“Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty.” I was thinking about this quote on my way home from my second round in court. As you may know, the city of Lexington, Kentucky, sued me over an open records request. I am trying to get information about super-secret “mobile surveillance cameras” operated by the Lexington Police…
          Y’ALL T-shirt      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

 The Y'ALL T-Shirt

All of y'all, in your Y'ALL, all the time. Layer it blue-on-blue under your Y'ALL sweatshirt or let them stand alone, but get on it fast because these shirts fly off the shelves. Hand-printed in Lexington, KY, we've done crisp white text on indigo American Apparel unisex tri-blend t-shirts. A classic till the end, these shirts are keepers, y’all.

Sizes XS-XXL. American Apparel unisex tri-blend. Printed in Lexington, KY by The Giant Robot.

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          Personal Lines Account Manager - Salem Five - Lexington, MA      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Receive and process client requests via telephone, mail or walk-in to include completing paperwork, entering and updating account information on insureds’ risk...
From Salem Five - Thu, 12 Apr 2018 16:04:49 GMT - View all Lexington, MA jobs
          Route Truck Driver      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
SC-Lexington, Description The Route Truck Driver (known internally as a Utility Rep.) will be responsible for filling in for our local route drivers and operating a Class B Vacuum Truck, Box Truck, or Straight Oil Tanker to service our clients’ waste management needs by providing waste management solutions through the collection of used oil from customer locations, the delivery of solvents, lubricants and newly
          (USA-KY-Lexington) Ramp Supervisor LEX (DL)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
**Description:** Position Summary: Under the supervision of the station manager or duty manager, the Supervisor is responsible for supervising employees on assigned shifts to ensure that the daily activities are performed safely and efficiently, while also servicing the aircraft to achieve on\-time departures\. Essential Functions: + Supervises and coordinates daily activities of employees to ensure a safe and effective operation\. + Monitors and enforces safe working habits in accordance with OSHA/TSA/DOT/USPS regulations, DGS policies and safety procedures, and all applicable laws\. + Responsible for shift schedule to include: work station assignments, employee training, employee vacations, employee breaks, overtime assignment, back\-up for absent employees, and shift rotations\. + Enforces Company policies and procedures, including disciplinary action, and promotes DGS policies on Equal Employment Opportunity, Professional Conduct, and diversity initiatives and investigates and responds to employee relations issues in a timely manner\. + Communicates with Manager concerning any problems or issues\. + Schedules and conducts shift meetings\. + Trains, coaches, counsels and mentors employees in compliance with DGS policies, procedures and practices\. + Assists in the administration of payroll; completes shift paperwork and performs other administrative functions\. + Performs job duties of assigned shift \(i\.e\., ramp, cabin service, cargo, baggage, passenger service\)\. + All other duties as assigned\. This description is intended to provide guidelines for job expectations and the employee's ability to perform the position described\. It is not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all functions, responsibilities, skills and abilities\. Particular functions, tasks and requirements may vary or be added depending upon the location and operational requirements\. The text on this site does not represent a contract of employment and the company reserves the right to change this job description and/or assign tasks for the employee to perform, as the Company may deem appropriate\. **Primary Location:** United States of America\-Kentucky\-Lexington
          Senior Software Engineer - Storage Services      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Mimecast Services Limited - Lexington, MA - ID 2018-2686 Job Location(s) US-MA-Lexington Position Type Permanent - Full Time More information about this job: Overview About the Position Mimecast is looking for an experienced Storage Specialist to join the Core Storage Services Team. The ideal candidate will share a...
          Route Truck Driver      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
SC-Lexington, Description The Route Truck Driver (known internally as a Utility Rep.) will be responsible for filling in for our local route drivers and operating a Class B Vacuum Truck, Box Truck, or Straight Oil Tanker to service our clients’ waste management needs by providing waste management solutions through the collection of used oil from customer locations, the delivery of solvents, lubricants and newly
          CNC Operator      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
KY-Georgetown, CNC Operator Machinist/Programmer to work in facility in Georgetown or Lexington, KY. Day shift, 40 hours plus, OT could be expected Responsibilities: CNC Operator Machinist Job Responsibilities: Produces machined parts by programming, setting up, and operating a computer numerical control (CNC) machine; maintaining quality and safety standards; keeping records; maintaining equipment and supplies.
          Project Scheduler - Abacus Technology Corporation - Lexington, MA      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Generate a report for the CIO showing current completions and past due items as well as planned dates for future tasks through the next reporting period....
From Abacus Technology Corporation - Mon, 18 Jun 2018 15:11:44 GMT - View all Lexington, MA jobs
          Director of Cyber Security - Digital Prospectors - Lexington, MA      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
This position is under general direction of the ISD Deputy CIO for Technology and Infrastructure. Reporting to the Deputy CIO for Technology and Infrastructure,...
From Digital Prospectors - Thu, 05 Jul 2018 05:28:12 GMT - View all Lexington, MA jobs
          Director of Cyber Security - Odyssey Systems Consulting Group - Lexington, MA      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
This position is under general direction of the ISD Deputy CIO for Technology and Infrastructure. Reporting to the Deputy CIO for Technology and Infrastructure,...
From Odyssey Systems Consulting Group - Tue, 10 Apr 2018 17:33:39 GMT - View all Lexington, MA jobs
          Gold Shield Transportation Announces Acquisition of Avalon Executive...      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Gold Shield Transportation, the premier ground transportation provider in Lexington, Kentucky, is expanding its full-service transportation business to Central Indiana with its latest acquisition of...

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          [$$$] [Field Technician] MECHANICAL CONVEYOR TECHNICIANS NEEDED IN LEXINGTON, KY ASAP! (LOCALS ONLY PLS!) - IMI - A Global People Company       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
MECHANICAL CONVEYOR TECHNICIAN Who We Are IMI is a leading provider of labour solutions and workforce management in the material handling sector. With 20 years in the industry, we have established ourselves in the industry by creating great relationships with...(click link to see full post)
          JDC Auditor - State of South Carolina - Lexington County, SC      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Under limited supervision, and JDC Auditor conducts field audits of books, records, and tax returns for companies qualified for Job Development Credits under... $32,838 - $60,760 a year
From State of South Carolina - Tue, 26 Jun 2018 07:11:24 GMT - View all Lexington County, SC jobs
          Senior Manager Technical Accounting      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
MA-Lexington, RESPONSIBILITIES: Kforce has a client that is seeking a Senior Manager Technical Accounting in Lexington, Massachusetts (MA). Essential Duties: Serve as subject matter expert on technical accounting matters Assess the impact of new accounting guidance Implement changes to accounting standards or financial reporting disclosures Maintain and update accounting and finance policies Support teams on te
          2016 Dodge Challenger SRT 2016 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
2016 Dodge Challenger SRT 2016 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat

2016 Dodge Challenger Srt 2016 Dodge Challenger Srt Hellcat

Price : $ 30,000
Category : Challenger
Condition : Used

Location: 20653, Lexington Park,MD,USA

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          Lexington Co. officer named Detention Officer of the Year      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A Lexington County detention officer has received a prestigious award from the South Carolina Sheriffs’ Association. 
          On-demand 3D printing marketplace Xometry acquires MakeTime, raises $25M in new funding      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          14 Times Republican Officials Were Viciously Harassed, Threatened With Death Bre Payton      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache n the past couple of months, Republicans and government officials who work for President Trump have received death threats, been run out of restaurants and stores, and followed to their cars. Throughout the past couple of months, Republicans and government officials who work for President Trump have received death threats, been run out of restaurants and stores, and followed to their cars. The uptick in harassment coincides with increasingly aggressive rhetoric from leading Democrats. Here are 14 times Trump administration officials and Republican lawmakers have been threatened or run out of establishments recently. 1. Protestors to Mitch McConnell: ‘We Know Where You Live!’ Protestors followed Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to his car outside of a restaurant in Kentucky on Saturday. In a video recording of the encounter, protestors are seen walking behind McConnell and shouting at him: “Vote you out!” Hundreds of protestors were demonstrating outside of a nearby Immigration and Customs Enforcement Office on Saturday, when the senator was spotted dining at a restaurant just a few miles away, CNN reported. “We know where you live too, Mitch!” the group of protestors are seen yelling. “Abolish ICE!” 2. Protestors Follow Elaine Chao To Her Car Two weeks ago, protestors followed McConnell and his wife, Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao, as they were getting into a vehicle. These demonstrators played audio of border-crossing foreign children whose parents were reportedly apprehended and heckling the senator for the Trump administration’s border enforcement policies. “Why are you separating families?” the men ask. “Why don’t you leave my husband alone!” Chao responds. The day before this showdown between Chao and protestors, Democratic Rep. Maxine Waters called for Democrats to “create a crowd” whenever they see a Trump administration official at a restaurant or shopping mall and to “tell them they’re not welcome anymore, anywhere.” 3. Liberals Wish Rep. Steve Scalise Was Dead In response to Water’s call for mobs of protestors to heckle and crowd around Republicans, Rep. Steve Scalise, who survived an anti-Republican shooting last year, called for civility among all Americans, from both sides of the aisle. His call for civility was met with pushback from people who said they wished he had “succumbed to his wounds.” 4. Liberal PAC Fundraises For Billboard Encouraging Passersby to ‘Take Out’ Scalise In May, a liberal PAC was raising money to erect a poster encouraging passersby to “take out” Scalise. The wording of the billboard, combined with a comment from the PAC chairman saying his group was planning to “toss mortars” at Republicans, was sloppy, to say the least. 5. Man Arrested For Threatening To Kill Republican Supporters On Saturday, a man was arrested in Suffolk County, New York, for threatening to kill supporters of Republican Rep. Lee Zeldin and President Donald Trump. The Daily Caller has more: ‘Martin Astrof was arrested after he threatened to kill supporters of Congressman Lee Zeldin and President Donald Trump,’ Suffolk PD said. ‘Astrof went to the campaign headquarters of Congressman Zeldin and became irate with a campaign worker at approximately 11:15 a.m. After threatening to kill the campaign worker and other supporters, Astrof backed his car up in an aggressive manner nearly striking the worker.’ 6. Cynthia Nixon Calls ICE a ‘Terrorist Organization’ “Sex and the City” star and gubernatorial candidate Cynthia Nixon, who campaigned in Suffolk County over the weekend, called ICE a “terrorist organization,” and called for the “monstrous Trump-Pence administration” to be abolished. 7. Woman Screams Out Steve Bannon at a Bookstore On Saturday, a woman reportedly screamed at former White House advisor Steve Bannon, who was shopping at a bookstore in Richmond, Virginia. The woman called Bannon a “piece of trash” and continued to yell at him until the bookstore owner called the cops, according to the Richmond Times-Dispatch. 8. Woman Confronts Scott Pruitt At DC Restaurant With 2-Year-Old Son On Her Hip Last Monday, a woman eating with her two-year-old son at a restaurant in Washington DC confronted former Environmental Protection Agency administrator Scott Pruitt and urged him to resign. “This is my son, he loves animals, wants clean water, clean air,” the woman said. “I’m urging you to resign before your scandals push you out.” 9. Mob of Protestors Swarm DHS Secretary at DC Restaurant, Yell ‘Shame! Shame!’ Days earlier, a group of protestors swarmed Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen at a Mexican restaurant in Washington DC and shouted “SHAME! SHAME! SHAME!” at her repeatedly until she left. 10. Restaurant Owner Kicks Out Sarah Huckabee Sanders Two weeks ago, the owner of a restaurant in Lexington, Virginia, asked Sarah Huckabee Sanders to leave her eatery because the White House press secretary works for the Trump administration. 11. Net Neutrality Supporter Threatened to Murder FCC Chairman’s Family In late June, a man was arrested and charged for threatening to kill Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai and his family. Earlier this year, Pai, had to cancel appearances because of bomb threats aimed at him after the chairman voted to repeal Internet traffic regulations last December. 12. Protestors Left A Burnt, Decapitated Animal Body On DHS Employee’s Front Porch In a recent threat assessment, DHS officials reported an uptick in the number of threats made against employees at the department since the increased attention to Trump’s enforcement of U.S. immigration policies. In one case, a DHS employee who lives in the Washington DC area found a body of a burned, decapitated animal on his front porch, ABC News reports. 13. Idaho State Rep. Threatened With Death, Rape Idaho State Rep. Priscilla Giddings has been threatened with rape and encouraged to kill herself by people who disliked a Facebook post in which she explains how having a gun saved her life while fighting the Taliban overseas. Giddings, a former combat pilot and current major in the Air Force Reserves, says that disarming women in the U.S. is a step backwards. You can listen to the vile voicemail messages she received here. 14. Protestors Hand ‘Wanted’ Posters With Stephen Miller’s Face On Them To His Neighbors Several weeks ago, White House senior advisor Stephen Miller’s face was slapped onto “Wanted” flyers found circulating among his neighbors at an apartment complex he reportedly lives in. Miller reportedly told his colleagues that a bartender at a restaurant flipped him off when he went to pick up a sushi order at a nearby restaurant and repeatedly yelled at him. This confrontation prompted Miller to throw away $80 worth of sushi for fear that it had been tampered with. Bre Payton is a staff writer at The Federalist. Follow her on Twitter.
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Theo BurbaNewton NorthJr.800 meters

Mange CamaraWatertownJr.200 meters

Smith CharlesMiltonJr.high jump/long jump

Gregory DesrosiersCentral CatholicJr.pentathlon

Aiden FeltyInnovationJr.shot put

Lucas FrostTewksburyJr.javelin

Nate HobbsSt. John’s PrepSr.triple jump

Richmond KwaatengLowellSo.100 meters

Phillips MagreSomervilleSr.400 meters

Andrew MahNewton NorthSr.2-mile

Matt McDermottAndoverSr. discus

Ryan OostingArlingtonJr.mile, 2-mile

Steven WilsonTewksburySr.pole vault

Adam YangActon-BoxboroJr.110 hurdles

Jeff YangPlymouth NorthSo.400 hurdles

Lowell4x100 relay

Lexington4x400 relay

Lincoln-Sudbury4x800 relay




The Bay State Conference MVP, the junior standout captured the All-State title in the 800 (1:54.61) and was also part of a 4x400 relay that placed second (3:20.64). An honor-roll student, Burba was the All-State runner-up in the 600 during the indoor season and was part of a winning 4x400 relay team.



The MVP of the Middlesex Freedom, Camara won both the 100 (:11.07) and 200 (:22.03) at the Div. 4 state meet. Camara took a third in the 200 (:21.87) at the All-State meet. He was the State Coaches invitational champion in the 100 and 200. Camara is a captain-elect for the football team next season.



One of the premier athletes in the state, the junior took home both the high jump (6 feet, 10 inches) and long jump (23-9.5) at the All-State meet in leading the Wildcats to a 12th-place overall finish. Charles also won both events at the Div. 3 meet to go along with a second-place showing in the triple jump.



Desrosiers had a solid showing in the Div. 2 state championship, finishing second in both the 400 hurdles (:55.47) and the pentathlon (3,251 points). He broke the school record in the pentathlon at the All-State meet, scoring 3,337 points, which was good enough for second place. He won the 400 hurdles at the Andover Invitational.



Felty was a dual winner at the Div. 4 state championships, winning both the shot put (57 feet, 9 inches) and discus (153-8). At the All-State meet, Felty captured the shot put with a personal best throw of 61-7 and placed fourth in the discus. The second-ranked junior shot putter in the country, Felty was second at the New Englands and ninth at the New Balance Nationals. A member of the National Honor Society, Felty sports an impressive 4.2 GPA.



The Merrimack Valley Conference champion in the javelin, Frost took it to another level in the postseason. He captured the Div. 3 state title (174 feet, 4 inches), then added the All-State title (179-10) to his impressive resume. A member of the National Honor Society, Frost also plays soccer.



The senior standout won the triple jump (43 feet, 11.75 inches) at the Div. 1 state meet and took a second in the long jump (23-7.75). Hobbs also won the triple jump at the All-State (46-6) and was second in the long jump (23-5.75). An honors student with a 3.44 GPA as well as a basketball standout, Hobbs plans to attend college.



The sophomore played a key role in Lowell winning the Div. 1 state team title. Kwaateng won the 100 (:10.85) as well as being on the winning 4x100 relay (:42.63), while taking a third in the long jump. At the All-State meet, Kwaateng ran one leg on the 4x100 relay that placed second in a time of :42.35, while winning the 100 (:10.70) as Lowell took the All-State team title.



The premier 400 runner in the state, Magre captured the Div. 2 state title (:48.50) as well as the All-State championship (:47.98). Magre was the Northeastern Conference champion in the 200 meters and the high jump. The MSTCA Frank Mooney Athlete of the Year, Magre signed a National Letter of Intent to attend Northeastern in the fall.



An All-American in the 2-mile, the senior was second in the Div. 1 state meet (9:11.25) as well as the All-State Meet (9:13.32). Mah was the New England champion in the 3,200 and went on to win the National Championship in the 5,000 meters. An Indoor Track 5K All-American, Mah will attend MIT.



The Merrimack Valley Conference champion in the discus, McDermott extended his excellence in that event into the state meets. McDermott won both the Div. 1 state (159 feet, 9 inches) as well as the All-State titles (169-1). A two-time MVC All-Star as well as school record-holder in the discus, McDermott will compete in track at UMass.



The premier distance runner in the state, the Gatorade Runner of the Year won the State Coaches invitational mile (4:21.72) as well as the Middlesex League titles in the 800 (1:54.32) and 2-mile (9:27.13). At the Div. 2 state meet, Oosting won the mile (4:18.31) and 2-mile (9:23.93). The junior duplicated his performace at the All-State meet, winning the mile (4:14.09) and 2-mile (9:06.17). Oosting was second at the New Balance Nationals in the 5K (14:37.34).



The senior was a two-time champion at the Div. 3 state meet. Wilson won the pole vault (14 feet) and set a meet record in the pentathlon, scoring 3,044 points. Wilson placed second in the pole vault at the All-State meet with a height of 13-3. Wilson plans to attend college next year.



A Dual County League All-Star, the junior won the 110 hurdles at the Div. 1 meet (:14.48), while taking a fourth in the long jump (23 feet, 3 inches). A week later at the All-State meet, Yang captured the 110 hurdles with a time of :14.31, while finishing fourth in the long jump (22-11.75). He has been an honor-roll student in each of the three years.



After taking a fourth in the 400 hurdles at the Div. 2 state meet, the sophomore put it all together at the All-State meet. Yang won in an impressive time of :54.77. Yang finished first in the Big School Freshman/Sophomore Meet (:57.7) and took a second in the South Shore Principals Twilight Meet (:56.81). A honors student, Yang boasts an impressive 4.6 GPA and has won several academic awards.




The foursome of seniors Nicholas Czelewicz and Anthony Doung, junior Andrews Bonsu and sophomore Richmond Kwaateng won the Div. 1 meet in :42.65, then took a second at the All-State meet with a time of :42.35. Czelewicz is a member of the National Honor Society and will attend Bentley as will Doung, who intends on playing football. Bonsu runs indoor track and plays soccer.




The quartet of seniors Thomas Lingard and Lucas Honohan along with sophomores Andrew McGovern and Joshua Backert won the Div. 1 meet in a time of 3:32.94, then carted home the All-State title (3:20.16). Lingard runs cross-country, indoor and outdoor track and will attend Dartmouth, while Honohan will attend UMass. McGovern and Backert both compete in indoor and outdoor track.




The unit of seniors Anderson Shew, Peter Lindblom, Robert Roosa and junior James Ensley captured the All-State title in a winning time of 7:50.99. Shew is a four-time Dual County League All-Star and will attend Emory University, Lindblom competed in the 400 and long jump and will attend Tufts, while Roosa is an All-American in the 800 and is headed to Syracuse. Ensley ran the 800, mile and 2-mile for the Warriors.





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  ▲ Frank Ramsey(The sports Daily) 在沒有網路、沒有外文媒體、沒有ESPN的時代,同時又是個窮到買不起曲爺的籃球雜誌的小孩,只能從阿公當鄰長不得不定的聯合報以及姊姊的民生報裡獲取NBA的資訊。於是,我一度以為張伯倫真的姓張,而永遠也搞不清楚帶領Bill Walton奪冠的藍姆西博士(Dr. Jack Ramsay)與塞爾提克的傳奇第六人蘭姆西(Frank Ramsey)有什麼不一樣。 *** Ramsey出生在肯塔基州西部的Madisonville,從籃球場退休後,他就回到這個只有不到兩萬名居民的小鎮經商,在2008年還成為附近Dixon一家銀行的總裁。根據Ramsey的記憶,小時候家鄉的人口比現在還更稀少,整個Hopkins郡裡只有兩所高中,也由於家裡經營一間小乾貨店與小農場,因此暑假裡Ramsey都在農場裡打工度過,直到他上了大學。因此當他從肯塔基州前往波士頓打球時就像是劉姥姥進了大觀園,在波士頓的街道上開車更像是一趟又一趟的冒險歷程。 塞爾提克的總管兼總教練Red Auerbach早在夏季籃球營裡就認識了Ramsey,每年夏天在紐約州Catskills Mountains的Kutsher’s Country Club舉辦的籃球夏令營裡,Auerbach是固定出現的教練之一,同時也是營隊的顧問。1950年的暑假,來自肯塔基州的Ramsey白天在俱樂部裡打雜賺錢,晚上則成為參與訓練營的球員之一,這是兩人第一次相遇。 當時同隊的還有Ramsey在肯塔基大學的隊友Cliff Hagan,兩人同樣出身肯塔基州,Ramsey的Madisonville中學在1948年肯塔基州冠軍賽中敗給了Hagan領軍的Owensboro中學,最後兩人不但一起進入肯塔基大學就讀,還與另一位出身麻州的肯塔基大學隊友Lou Tsioropoulous一同在1953年的選秀會被老紅頭所挑選。 「Red是我們在訓練營裡的教練,從那時候起只要我們在Catskills打球,就會看到他的身影。」Ramsey說。   NBA選秀   Catskills讓Red Auerbach認識了這群肯塔基球員,而肯塔基總教練Adolph Rupp也與老紅頭關係密切,由於一項牽扯肯大球員的醜聞,肯塔基大學在1952-53球季被禁止招生,於是Rupp決定安排原本將要在春季順利畢業的Ramsey、Hagan與Tsioropoulous停賽一年,Rupp也將這個打第五季的決定告訴了Auerbach,這讓Auerbach想出了一條計策。 當時NBA規定球隊不能挑選大學學業尚未完成的球員,於是在聯盟的冬季會議裡,Auerbach提出了一項動議:為何不將規定修改為允許挑選高中畢業後滿四年的球員? 「這跟NFL的規定相同,」Auerbach在會議中說。「為什麼不就依照他們的選秀辦法來做?」 由於會議裡沒有人發現這條規則修改的危害,於是很快的,這則修正動議就獲得通過。 「每當有什麼想要進行的計畫,我總是在最後一刻才提出來,」Auerbach事後說。「當時人們已經疲倦,只想要儘快離開會議去吃晚餐。我會一派輕鬆地提出提案,通常不會有太多討論,大家會通過提案並繼續進行會議,這回也是如此。」 幾個月後,在選秀會上Auerbach宣布自己在1953年第一個選擇的新秀是來自肯塔基大學的Frank Ramsey(1953年第五順位)時全場一陣譁然。 「其他人跳了起來說:『你在說甚麼?你不能選他,他要回肯塔基大學打球!』」Auerbach描述著。「我說:『看清楚規則,我們幾個月前才剛通過而已。』」 Auerbach並未就此打住,第三輪裡他挑選了Ramsey的同學Hagan(第21順位),第七輪挑選了Tsioropoulos(第57順位)。   ▲ Hagan、Rupp、Tsioropoulos、Ramsey (Lexington Herald Leader) 當時,Ned Irish(紐約尼克隊總裁)站起來說:「嘿!各位,我們幹了蠢事,Red是對的,規則說他可以這麼幹。」 當然,這是波士頓方的故事觀點,對其他球隊而言,塞爾提克與老紅頭在選秀會上的舉動當然是偷襲、鑽漏洞的行為,是又一次Auerbach的惡行惡狀。 「我當時人就在現場,我們像是執法人員跟流氓對抗一班,」曾經擔任明尼蘇達湖人隊球員人事主任的明尼蘇達論壇報記者Sid Hartman回憶著。「紅頭很快的挑走了Hagan、Ramsey與Tsioropoulous。我參與每一次的會議,每次的會議裡都跟紅頭糾纏,他真是個聰明的渾蛋。那些規則從來沒有改變,但他就是這樣硬幹了!我人就在那裏。他挑選了那些球員,紐約尼克隊的總裁Ned Irish大聲抗議,但聯盟主席Maurice Podoloff還是放行,因為他很喜歡塞爾提克的老闆Walter Brown,而當時Brown已經快要破產。」 那年暑假,Ramsey跟著一群大學明星球員到波士頓紅襪隊的主場參與跟哈林隊的表演賽。在芬威球場的球員休息區裡,Ramsey第一次跟Auerbach展開合約協商。 「職業籃球在當時還不是什麼重要的事情,而且我知道畢業後我將要服役兩年,因此被塞爾提克選上對我並不是這麼大事。」Ramsey說。 Red Auerbach的選擇當然有風險,最鮮明的是這三個球員都將因為返校打球不會在新球季裡替塞爾提克效力,實際上,除了Ramsey外另兩人在第二年也沒有露臉。Hagan因為在韓戰期間跟Ramsey一樣參加了ROTC計畫,因此畢業後立刻服役兩年,只能在安德魯斯空軍基地的籃球隊打球。而在退伍前Hagan的簽約權就被塞爾提克給交易到聖路易老鷹隊交換Bill Russell的選秀權,因此Hagan從來未曾替塞爾提克打過任何一場球,卻幫助塞爾提克在未來十三年裡拿下十一次冠軍。 Tsioropoulos則在1956-57球季向塞爾提克報到,三季裡留下5.8分、4.8籃板與1.1助攻的成績, 「紅頭跟Rupp幾乎一模一樣,」當談到Auerbach與自己的大學恩師時,Ramsey說。「他們都很重視紀律,你得要循規蹈矩,同時也都是大獨裁者。我覺得Auerbach當教練最大的特質在他選擇球員的方式,他擅長挑選有天分的球員並將他們融入一群贏家裡。」 但另一方面,Ramsey也與Auerbach非常投緣。 「Auerbach非常喜歡Ramsey,」當家主控Bob Cousy說。「Ramsey就像是公司的總經理,非常的可靠。他照料球隊裡的每一個人。如果我們在雪城遇到大雪,他會確保每個人的車上都有司機,確保一個人都安全無虞。他就像是老媽一般關照全隊,紅頭很喜歡這點。」   痛恨輸球的肯塔基野貓   1950-54的三個球季裡(1952-53球季Ramsey停賽)裡,Ramsey的肯塔基野貓隊一共只輸了七場比賽,1950-51球季野貓隊寫下32勝3敗的成績最後還贏得了NCAA冠軍,最後一季更是25戰全勝。帶著近乎完美紀錄進入NBA,完全不習慣輸球的Ramsey在NBA的第一個課題,就是輸球。 雖然有Bob Cousy、Bill Sharman、Ed Macauley等明星球員,但生涯的第一戰裡塞爾提克還是以95:98敗給羅徹斯特皇家隊(現在沙加緬度國王隊前身)。賽後,Ramsey坐在自己的位置前,悲傷、抽蓄、泫然欲泣。 「嘿!Rams!」老將Macauley輕聲的對菜鳥說著。「怎麼了?」 「到底哪裡出錯了?」Ramsey抬頭看著Macauley,重複地問著。「我們輸了,這一定有哪裡出錯了。」 冷靜了一會,Ramsey補了一句:「我們在肯塔基從來沒輸過。」 「開心點,菜鳥,」綽號Easy Ed的Macauley只能面帶微笑,開導著小老弟。「我們還有另外七十場比賽要打呢!」 「好吧,」Ramsey回應著。「但這不會讓我少哭一點。」 衍生閱讀:<塞爾提克隨筆> 11/08 前塞爾提克名人堂球星麥考利逝世,享壽83歲  隔天,塞爾提克又以四分在客場敗給了韋恩堡活塞隊(現在底特律活塞隊前身),吞下了Ramsey未曾嘗過的二連敗滋味。 儘管如此,Ramsey的表現還是讓他看起來不像是個菜鳥。前三戰他場場比賽都得分上雙,平均14.0分,生涯前五場比賽最低得分為9分。就在第六戰裡,塞爾提克開拔到紐約麥迪遜花園廣場,Ramsey毫不怯場的在紐約客前拿下僅次於隊友Bill Sharman(32分)的25分,也幫助球隊以117:98大勝死對頭尼克隊。 「這對菜鳥而言真是場不錯的比賽,對吧?」波士頓前鋒報的記者Joe Looney問著尼克隊總教練拉普奇克(Joe Lapchick)。 「Ramsey從來就不是個菜鳥。」拉普奇克如此回應著。 雖然職業生涯相當成功,Russell入隊後的塞爾提克更是運動史上最強大的王者,但Ramsey還是那個很痛恨輸球的Ramsey。 1960年2月7日,當時以44勝12敗在東區遙遙領先的塞爾提克回到波士頓迎戰來訪的紐約尼克隊。前一天塞爾提克靠著Russell、Tommy Heinsohn分別拿下29分、Sharman攻下27分下以143:117在克場大勝了尼克隊,在過去六戰裡拿下五勝,近況正佳。 回到波士頓主場,不僅Russell與Heinsohn分別再攻下27分與22分,老大哥Cousy更以36投18中外帶十罰全中的高水準拿下46分。但另一邊的尼克隊不但主力後衛Richie Guern與前鋒Kenny Sears各自獲得37分,全隊更有5成46的高命中率,讓尼克隊以142:135扳回一城。 賽後,波士頓環球報的Arthur Siegel訪問了一臉怒容的Ramsey有何觀點,慎怒的Ramsey口不擇言的說出要回家打老婆出氣的失言。 1947-48球季(NBA前身BAA成立的第二年)就入行的高後衛Carl Braun在生涯最後一季(1961-62)加盟了塞爾提克,Ramsey痛恨輸球的態度更讓他印象深刻。到了季末,塞爾提克已經領先東區第二位六至八場勝差,總教練Auerbach開始讓主將例如Cousy、Russell的出場時間降低至28分鐘左右,久經江湖的Braun也早已習慣於球隊在球季接近尾聲時開始輕鬆出賽好準備季後賽。但在一場非常鬆散的敗仗後,卻讓他對塞爾提克的贏家文化有更深一層的了解,當然,還有Ramsey。 「我永遠也無法忘記輸球後發生的事情。」Braun回憶著。「Red沒有說太多話,當他離開後休息室裡一片靜默,突然,Ramsey拿起他的一隻球鞋用力的砸向對面牆壁。『你們這些傢伙又再一次拿我的錢開玩笑!』他大聲咆嘯著。『我從肯塔基州上來這裡是要贏球並賺點錢的!如果這種鳥事再發生一次,我保證讓你們吃不完兜著走!』就這樣,沒有任何人多說一句話,不管是Russell、Cousy、Heinsohn或是任何人,這傢伙說得完全正確。」   第一座總冠軍   「就在我新秀球季結束後,Red跟我在芬威球場的休息室裡準備對哈林隊的比賽,當時,我已經準備好要入伍服役。」Ramsey說。「紅頭問我想要的薪水,我也把心裡的數字告訴他。『喔!那是不可能的!』紅頭喊著。我告訴他退伍後我已經有份好工作等著我,於是我們不斷的討價還價,最後Red還是成功地砍掉了500美金,這是我塞爾提克生涯最後一次合約談判。」 結束新秀球季後,Ramsey被徵招入營,不僅錯過了1955-56球季,更直到1956-57球季中才重返球隊,但實際上,Ramsey當時並沒有真的退伍。為了能夠提前出賽,Ramsey累積了60天的假期,並且安排了許多三連休,讓他可以在休假日裡替塞爾提克出賽,就這樣一路幫球隊打到了總冠軍。 「直到我們拿到1956-57球季的總冠軍後兩天,我才正式從陸軍退伍。」Ramsey回憶著。   ▲ 1956-57 塞爾提克的第一支冠軍隊( 這年,是兩個超級新秀Tommy Heinsohn(現任塞爾提克電視球評)與Bill Russell透過選秀加入塞爾提克的球季,也是塞爾提克開啟十三年十一冠旅程的時刻。 雖然1956-57球季帳面成績只從39勝33敗進步至44勝28敗,但塞爾提克這季補入擅長防守的Russell與能得分、能抓籃板、能防守,除了傳球外在場上幾乎無所不能的Heinsohn,再加上服役停賽一季半的Ramsey,戰力可說是大幅躍進。季後賽第一輪三連勝橫掃雪城國民隊(現在的費城七六人隊前身)後,就挺進冠軍賽遭遇聖路易老鷹隊(現在亞特蘭大老鷹隊前身)。 老鷹隊裡除了原本年僅24歲的天王中前鋒Bob Pettit外,陣中主力都與塞爾提克息息相關。大前鋒Ed Macauley不僅是塞爾提克原本的當家球星,他與Ramsey的大學隊友Hagan正是季前塞爾提克向老鷹隊換來第二順位挑選Russell的籌碼,而另一位長人Chuck Share則是塞爾提克隊史上唯一一位選秀狀元(1950年),Auerbach在那年的選秀會上跳過了Cousy選擇了Share。 衍生閱讀:<選秀的故事> Bob Cousy (十之一)第一個狀元籤  開幕戰裡,雙方就展開激戰,第一節取得十分領先的老鷹隊在第二節就讓出領先優勢,打完48分鐘雙方打成平手,最後靠著Pettit拿下37分下在二度延長後以125:123打破了塞爾提克主場,讓主場優勢瞬間化為烏有。但這系列激烈的程度也讓雙方在前六場比賽裡只有一場勝負分超過十分,更有三場比賽以兩分決勝負,只有一球之差。 第五戰以124:109獲勝的塞爾提克搶得聽牌優勢,但回到老鷹隊主場後雙方激戰至最後一刻,老鷹隊以96:94扳回一城,也讓系列回到波士頓主場決一勝負。 最終戰裡兩隊超過30次交換領先優勢(有資料紀錄38次,也有資料列32次),但真正的關鍵,卻可能是這個系列賽前Ramsey的演說。   ***   「各位先生,」當第一戰準備出場前,Ramsey對著隊友說。「我希望你們記住自己正為了我的季後賽獎金而戰。」 之後,這成了塞爾提克季後賽的例行公事,所有人都戲稱這是Ramsey在每年季後賽前的公開演說。 「沒錯,我的確這麼說。」Ramsey曾經大方的承認。「我們都需要季後賽的酬勞,我拿過最多的酬勞是3,200美金,當時這筆錢足夠我們度過一整個夏天。」 不僅如此,Ramsey還會預先計算好整個季後賽的總獎金,同時將每個人的可能分紅寫在球隊的黑板上。 「這只是要強調每場比賽的重要性,」Ramsey解釋著背後的原因。「我希望他們理解任何一個錯誤都可能影響到我的支票本。有時候我會寫得更多,例如,我會直接點出2,400美金的分紅等於我們一年花費在飲食上的費用,因此我會問隊友們:『你們明年一整年想要吃空氣度日嗎?』」   ***   最後,第七戰裡Heinsohn拿下全隊最高的37分,搶下23個籃板,救世主Russell則有全隊次高的19分與全場最多的32個籃板,同時敲了5次阻攻。兩個菜鳥驚人的表現彌補了兩大球星Cousy與Sharman的失常,兩人出手了40次只進了難以置信的5球。 儘管兩新人強勢出擊,但最後一分鐘老鷹隊還領先一分,並由前鋒Jack Coleman在中場接球,無人防守的他正準備輕鬆上籃拉大差距,此時原本還在另一端籃下的Russell拔腿狂奔,一路超越了隊友Heinsohn與兩隊其他球員,最後賞了Coleman一記大火鍋。最後就像是第一戰的翻版,兩隊打完48分鐘後又打成平手,Russell這次關鍵防守不但解救了球隊,也讓他的防守從此成為NBA史上最偉大的武器。 但塞爾提克最倚賴的得分機器Heinsohn在第二度延長賽裡卻吞下了第六次犯規不得不退場,失望至極覺得比賽已經無望的Heinsohn只能躲在大毛巾下懊悔的痛哭。 「我已經使盡全力,」Heinsohn說。「但此時我除了旁觀外卻無能為力。」 眼看著老前輩們在龐大壓力下失去平常的水準,Heinsohn又已經退場,Ramsey決定在關鍵時刻裡挺身而出捍衛自己的季後賽獎金。第一次延長賽裡Ramsey包辦球隊10分中的6分,第二度延長賽當雙方以121戰成平手時,Ramsey先是罰球得手,接著在下一波進攻時大膽單手投進25呎跳投,幫助塞爾提克以125:123贏得隊史第一座冠軍金盃。 「我知道當時沒有人能夠拚搶籃板,也許我不該如此大膽,」Ramsey賽後說。「但這球進了,我想這就代表了一切。」 這是個自己的獎金自己救的概念。 「他是個完美的關鍵時刻殺手,」棒籃雙棲的隊友Gene Conley說。「他在壓力下是如此冷靜,就像是他想要在緊張的時刻拿到球一般。當然,在那個年代,這種情況下你可以將球交給任何一個塞爾提克球員,但Ramsey看來是最享受的一人。在延長賽的最後時刻,他會故意站在罰球線附近,躍躍欲試。你知道你不需要擔心任何關於籃板的事情,Ramsey只是熱愛奪勝。」 衍生閱讀:One of A Kind:Gene Conley    最佳第六人的濫觴   6呎3吋的Ramsey在塞爾提克的陣容裡是個尷尬的存在。雖然身高略高於當時的後衛主流且各項全能,但在塞爾提克的後場裡,他的傳球不如Cousy,外線投射不及Sharman與後輩Sam Jones,防守則遜於K.C. Jones。而到了前場,他的身高只能勉強防守小號前鋒,當時甚至還沒有小前鋒這個位置,但塞爾提克的得分前鋒位置是穩穩地掌握在第一代黑洞Tommy Heinsohn的手裡,另一個前鋒位置則屬於保鑣祖師爺Jim Loscutoff。於是,1957-58球季到1961-62球季平均有15.5分、6.2籃板與1.9助攻的Ramsey卻只能從板凳出發,但也替NBA球員開出了另一條截然不同的道路。 衍生閱讀:塞爾提克的最佳第六人   總教練Auerbach在擔任華盛頓首都隊總教練時就有第六人的設計,但直到Ramsey出現才真正讓人注意到這個跨越時代的創舉,之後,這個角色在塞爾提克歷史上不斷傳承,John Havlicek、Satch Sanders、Paul Silas、Kevin McHale、Bill Walton、James Posey等人接續發揚光大。 「Ramsey從板凳上起身後就可以立刻開機,」皇家隊的名人堂前鋒Jack Twyamn說著自己的觀察。「他有張天使般的甜美臉孔,卻四處偷襲對手讓他們失去平常水準,但裁判們卻總認為他很無辜。」 「我覺得這工作很簡單,甚至還滿享受的。」Ramsey曾經這樣解釋著自己的第六人角色。「當球賽開始,我在板凳上可以觀察球賽的節奏。當我上場,我知道自己要防守的球員已經有些疲倦,因為他才剛面對了Heinsohn或是Loscutoff。因為我原本是個後衛,因此比大多數的前鋒都來得快速,這真的造成了他們的困擾。作為一個6呎3吋高的球員,如果不是有Russell,我根本不可能擔任前鋒的位置。但也要感謝Russell、Heinie(Heinsohn)、Loscy(Loscutoff)、Satch(Satch Sanders),他們讓我不需要太煩惱搶籃板這件事(註:Ramsey生涯有5.5籃板,並不差),我所要做的事情就是將自己負責防守的球員卡在外圍,當對手出手投籃,我就死命的網球場另外一端跑,我負責防守的這些大個子得要死命的追著我。當對手開始感到疲倦時我有卻有充分的休息,這是種心理戰,當替補上場時你會不自主地稍微放鬆,當對手在我進場時稍微鬆懈,就是我全力狂奔的時刻。」   Heinsohn跟其他傢伙   Ramsey深知Auerbach的習性,甚至是Auerbach一生中頗重要的朋友,他從旁的觀察與建議甚至讓Auerbach決定在1965-66球季後卸下總教練身分,專注在建構球隊之上,以免繁雜的大小瑣事以及壓力壓垮了這個一人撐起球隊大小事務的強人,而Ramsey也是老紅頭第一個想到的接班人,但他選擇繼續在老家經商而婉拒。 儘管如此,Ramsey的纖細與敏感卻也讓老紅頭在需要指正Ramsey在場內外犯下的錯誤時更顯得小心翼翼。 衍生閱讀:Tommy Heinsohn 以教練身分入主名人堂(上)    ▲ 影星Clint Eastwood與Bob Cousy、Tommy Heinsohn與Frank Ramsey(Twitter) 「Auerbach不能對Russell大吼,因為Russell有太強烈的自尊,」Heinsohn曾經這麼說。「他不能對Sharman大吼,因為Sharman會宰了他,但他也不能對Ramsey大吼,因為Ramsey會將這些記在心上,而且相信Auerbach是認真的。但Auerbach總得要對某人大吼大叫,於是他總是挑上我跟Loscutoff。」 「每當我在場上做錯事情,」Ramsey笑著說。「Red會在休息室裡咆嘯著:『聽好了,Heinsohn跟其他傢伙!』我總是知道那個其他傢伙指德就是我(這也證明Heinsohn的觀察有多正確)。他很少對我說什麼,但當他對著Tommy或是Loscy大吼時我總能正確地接收訊息。而他們兩個總是不將這些放在心上,他們根本就已經習慣不去管紅頭在說什麼。」   塞爾提克情誼   由於當時球員的薪水並不好,球季中球員們常得要一起合租公寓來分擔房租,因此不僅球員,甚至球員的家人間關係也十分緊密。也因為住得近,球員間也往往一起開車前往波士頓市區比賽,例如同樣就讀Holy Cross的Cosuy與Heinsohn都定居在校園所在的Worcester(不過兩人居住的白人區在Worcester的另一端),因此一同開車前往球館,Ramsey則是跟同樣住在附近的KC Jones同車。 而到了外地比賽,除了得要兩人同住一室外,NBA球員也跟一般旅客一樣得要在機場乖乖候機,更不時得要搭巴士在每個小鎮的球館間往返。而為了推銷當時還是弱勢運動的籃球賽,老闆Walter Brown會在開季前在新英格蘭區裡安排了許多熱身賽,曾經一度連續14天出賽。這樣的時代背景讓球員幾乎是整天二十四個小時的相處在一起,不管是打牌消磨時間或是互相捉弄,都讓這批隊友間的感情非常親密。 其中,大而化之又常少根筋的Heinsohn就是隊友們捉弄的對象,而平常在練習是總跟Heinsohn一組,且常常練出火氣甚至打上一架的Ramsey更常是其中的主角。事實上,腦袋靈活的Ramsey常是這些整人遊戲的主謀者,受害者更不僅是Heinsohn。 終於,Heinsohn決定展開反擊。 「Frank是一個非常細心的人,他會穿著整套西裝、領帶到球場,然後仔細地解開領扣、掛上領帶、掛上西裝……」Heinsohn說著。「有一周,我每天將他的鞋帶從四分之三處剪開,因此每回他穿鞋時鞋帶就會斷掉。下一周,我同樣每天在他的襯衫領扣上動手腳,這搞到他快瘋了。最後,他終於意識到有人在惡搞他,要我們停止惡作劇,但我才不理他,因為我還有許多點子,準備下一周要把他每本書的最後一張給剪掉。」 不管是Ramsey與Heinsohn,或是Auerbach與他的球員們,這種你所知道的大男孩間各種互相作弄的把戲層出不窮,也讓球員間的感情異常親密。 「我想這就是我們為何如此親近,而且一直延續至今的原因,」Ramsey說。「我們總是一起旅行,無論是搭車、搭巴士、搭火車,我記得有一回從波士頓到聖路易花了我們八個小時。我們打牌,但除此之外沒有太多娛樂可做,因此我們總是聚在一起消磨時間。我先是跟Loscy當室友,後來是Conley,有一回跟Sam Jones,但那不重要,因為我們總是在某人的房間裡玩牌。」 「我舉些例子你們就能了解,」Conley也曾經這樣說明塞爾提克球員間的情誼。「我跟這些傢伙一起打球是1958-61年的事情,但我還是每兩到三個月就接到Ramsey電話,他從肯塔基打給我。深夜裡他常會喝著波旁酒,順道問問大夥過得如何。我常會遇到Loscutoff,四天前才剛接到Sanders的來信問候,更是常在波士頓遇到Heinsohn。也許是因為我們都老了,讓我們更珍惜彼此。」   黑與白   但即使如此,隨著黑人球員在NBA的比重日漸增加,黑與白的種族問題也成了話題。雖然日後的波士頓成了白人籃球員最後的堡壘,但在當時,塞爾提克卻是黑人球員的第一座灘頭堡,Auerbach在1950年選秀會第二輪挑選了第一個黑人球員Chuck Cooper,是第一隻採用五位黑人先發球員的球隊,Russell更是第一個重要職業聯盟的黑人教練。 儘管出身農業州,但Ramsey跟其他塞爾提克隊友一樣對黑人隊友完全一視同仁,沒有任何芥蒂。   ▲ Satch Sanders, Bill Russell, Frank Ramsey, Sam Jones, Tommy Heinsohn, Bob Cousy, Jim Loscutoff(ESPN) 有一回,Ramsey在波士頓花園廣場外的北站書報攤買了份運動畫刊,在休息室裡翻閱時,Ramsey被一篇Russell文章的標題所吸引:「我恨所有的白人!」 Ramsey看著剛好走入休息室的Russell問到:「Russ,該死,我剛好看到這個。你恨所有的白人?你恨我嗎?」 嚇了一跳的Russell吃驚的說:「Frank,我被錯誤引用了」 標題殺人自古所在多有,自此,再也沒有塞爾提克隊員對類似的報導有過度反應。不過,Russell強烈的自尊心與黑人民權意識還是不時的成為他拿來掛在嘴上的話題。某場比賽裡,當Ramsey與Russell、Sanders、Sam Jones與KC Jones一起上場時,Russell就忍不住走向Ramsey並笑著說:「Frank,這會兒我們(黑人)可比你們(白人)多啊。」 「我們互相尊敬彼此,這一切都與膚色無關。」Ramsey說。   只為球隊的無私精神   雖然塞爾提克長年保持霸業,但十三年裡球員也多次面臨更迭,除了1950年一起進入聯盟的Cousy與Sharman外,1954年入行的Ramsey到了六零年代也已經步入三十大關,因此當Auerbach在1962年第七順位挑選來自俄亥俄州大的搖擺人John Havlicek時,他將取代Ramsey在球隊第六人地位的風聲就已經在四處流竄。 「Frank Ramsey對我說:『我真的非常高興你能入隊,』」Havlicek回憶著。「『你能夠讓我在聯盟裡多打上兩年。』我當時目瞪口呆,但這就是當時塞爾提克思考的方式,這就是贏家的態度,也是他們唯一考慮的事情。」 Ramsey不僅口說,也以行動支持Havlicke。Ramsey將自己在場內場外的點滴心得都傳授給自己的接班人,包括如何製造對手犯規等技巧(還記得Jack Twyamn早前的評語嗎?Ramsey曾經在1963年的運動畫刊上詳細介紹如何靠著假摔等技巧來騙取哨音,可說是此道的鼻祖之一),他也將如何扮演好第六人角色的秘訣毫不藏私的交到Havlicek手上。 這不只是體能上的準備,Ramsey要Havlicek隨時都要坐在總教練Red Auerbach身旁,好讓教頭可以時時刻刻都注意到自己已經準備完畢,同時絕對不要穿上熱身褲,熱身夾克也只能披在身上,這樣才能讓自己看來隨時都已經做好上場的準備。 「Frank知道早晚我會是他的接班人,」Havlicek說。「所以他傳授各種有幫助的大小事情給我,這就是塞爾提克運作的方式。有兩個原因,首先資深球員知道如果球隊有足夠的深度,他們的生涯可以因此而更延長。其次,如果有個新人加入球隊,他們希望這個新人可以將他們自己建立的傳統繼續傳遞下去。我們有獨特的團隊文化,在這裡沒有任何事情比贏球更重要。」   小球戰術鼻祖   1963-64球季,塞爾提克在總冠軍賽裡遇上了已經西遷的世仇舊金山勇士隊(原名為費城勇士隊,現金洲勇士隊前身)。除了老對手Wilt Chamberlain外,勇士隊還有6呎11吋的新秀中鋒Nate Thurmond以及6呎6吋的前鋒Tom Meschery。雖然面對勇士隊可怕的長人陣,但總教練Auerbach並沒有選擇以6呎5吋的保鑣祖師爺Jim Loscutoff來對付強敵,而是放上了僅有6呎3吋的Ramsey。 「正常來說,一般人會用Ramsey守Meschery,Heinsohn守Thurmond而Russell來守Chamberlain,但我不這樣玩。我用Russell來對抗Chamberlain,Ramsey來對付Thurmond,讓Heinsohn去守Meschery。」Auerbach解釋著。「Thurmond比Ramsey高了九吋,但Ramsey非常聰明,而且他有Russell協防。在進攻時,Thurmond就得要去守到Ramsey,Ramsey的速度非常快,可以輕鬆的切過Thurmond,於是我們有非常好的開局,打出類似15:0的比數,迫使勇士隊將其中一個長人換下場。」   ***   不僅對付勇士隊如此,早在1956-57球季的季後賽第一輪裡,Auerbach就指派Ramsey來防守雪城國民隊6呎8吋的超級中前鋒Dolph Schayes,雖然Schayes在最後兩戰拿下53分,但當Ramsey防守時他只投進了兩球。 「Ramsey是聯盟裡唯一能把我整得那麼慘的球員,」被三場橫掃後Schayes說。「他總是一直緊追著我不放。」 「我想他是對的,」Ramsey笑著說。「當我們一起在場上時,我才不管球在哪裡,我唯一知道的就是Dolph在哪裡。」 這個對位方式後來被Auerbach運用做不同的對戰組合之中,例如之後每當另一個死敵洛杉磯湖人隊將6呎5吋的Elgin Baylor移往後場時,Auerbach都會如此應對讓Ramsey去對付Baylor,逼得湖人隊不得不改變陣容來回應。 如果以現代的觀點,Red Auerbach可說是小球戰術的祖師爺。   ***   最後,塞爾提克以4:1輕取勇士隊,不但拿下Cousy退休後的第一冠,也成了Ramsey與Loscutoff退休前的最後一冠。 「這支球隊難以用言語來形容,」在20分鐘裡拿下18分奪下生涯第七冠的Ramsey在結束自己籃球生涯最後一戰後說。「多麼棒的一群戰士,即使明年沒有我,他們也能克服一切,因為這是一隻永遠低頭努力完成自己工作的球隊。」 「這真的非常難受,」當有人問到離開的感受時,Ramsey說。「今晚這裡再次爆滿,每個人都瘋狂的加油著,只有一個人除外。比賽將近終了時,我看著我的妻子Jean,而眼淚正滑過她的臉頰,這就是我倆對離開塞爾提克的感受。」 幾天後,當Ramsey最後一次走進休息室,最後一次打開自己的置物櫃,他回頭看著隊友笑著說:「各位先生,這比賽對我們每個人價值3,608美金,今晚好好享受吧。」 就這樣,Ramsey與Loscutoff的塞爾提克就在每年的年終聚餐後畫下句點,但他與隊友間的情緣並未結束。退役的Ramsey決定要開車回肯塔基,但有兩台車的他需要人幫他開車,於是另一位老將Clyde Lovellette先是載著Havlicek回到俄亥俄州,然後再幫Ramsey將車給開回肯塔基,成了他第六人生涯真正的句點。 除了在1970-71球季中臨危接下ABA肯塔基上校隊總教練外,Ramsey都在家鄉肯塔基經商。雖然在短短67場執教期間Ramsey只留下32勝35敗不及五成的勝率,卻一路率領上校隊接連淘汰邁阿密佛羅里達人隊與維吉尼亞紳士隊,最後在總冠軍賽裡欲上前隊友Sharman執教的猶他星隊。雙方各自在主場留住勝利,第七戰裡上校隊以121:131敗陣,也結束了Ramsey的籃球生涯。 贏得ABA總冠軍的Sharman隔年轉入洛杉磯湖人隊,成為史上唯二同時在ABA與NBA拿下桂冠的總教練(另一人是傳奇教練Alex Hannum)。 衍生閱讀:Sharman恩仇錄(5/7)總教練    投資專家Ramsey   當其他隊友用各種舒緩比賽的壓力時,Ramsey選擇閱讀作為出口,他閱讀報紙、商業雜誌來獲取與商業有關的知識,且特別熱衷於研究各種稅法,因為當球季結束,他又恢復到商人的身分。但另一方面,他也總是賽前第一個進入休息室的球員,讓自己有充裕的時間在心理與生理上準備好球賽。 「我常會提早到休息室,」Sharman回憶著。「而Frank通常已經在裡面研究所得稅或是閱讀些商業期刊,他永遠都在思考如何超前別人。」 他在商業上的長處也成了隊友的最佳顧問,不僅時常提供隊友稅務、投資上的建議,每當塞爾提克球員要進行投資時Ramsey更是最佳指標。 有一回,Ramsey找上了Auerbach、Heinsohn(Heinsohn同時是個非常成功的保險經紀人)與Loscutoff討論一筆蛋雞投資計畫。根據Ramsey的計算,如果有16,000隻蛋雞,每隻雞預計一生能生產20打的雞蛋,加上雞舍等折舊後,每隻母雞生產一顆蛋的成本為25美分,當時一顆雞蛋的售價為45美分,因此這代表著每隻母雞可以獲利4美金,或是一年60,000美金的利潤。 「他就像是那些大媽般貪婪,」Loscutoff說。「任何關於美金、美分的事情都錙銖必較。我們心想:老天,我們的錢還有哪裡會比這更安全的!」 但這回Ramsey卻失算了。首先是其他投資客也看到了商機,開始一窩蜂的投資起蛋雞,讓蛋價從45美分跌落到24美分,意味著根據Ramsey的成本分析每一顆雞蛋將損失1美分。但更糟的是一場風災侵襲了Ramsey的家鄉Madisonville,吹垮了鎮上的雞舍,也讓他們的投資泡了湯。 幾天後,Auerbach在他位於波士頓的辦公室裡收到了一封郵件,拆開信封,老紅頭看到了一張Madisonville當地報紙的頭版照片,照片裡傾倒的雞舍裡四處都是雞屍。 簡報旁留著一行Ramsey的註釋:這些是你們投資的蛋雞,我的都還好好的活著。 儘管如此,商人基因深植體內的Ramsey當然在談合約時可不含糊。根據Auerbach的說法,Ramsey與Heinsohn總會挑Auerbach離開波士頓回到華盛頓DC的時間找上老闆Walter Brown談薪水,因為比起強悍又精明的猶太裔Auerbach,Brown簡直就是個老好人,逼得Auerbach要求Brown不得在他不在的時候跟任何球員談定薪水。 「你知道我都怎麼處理合約嗎?」Ramsey也有他自己角度的故事。「每年在我返回肯塔基家鄉之前,我會跑去Walter的辦公室,將兩張空白的合約交給他的秘書。我會當場簽下兩份合約,然後請秘書提醒布朗先生將我的那份副本郵寄給我,不管他填上多少金額,我都信任他。我告訴你,如果我所有的商業夥伴都能跟布朗先生一樣,我永遠都不需要請律師了!」 「在職業生涯裡我最多一年賺兩萬美金,」Ramsey說。「但我覺得自己是薪水小偷,因為我只是做著自己喜歡的事情而已。」   永遠的塞爾提克   雖然Ramsey是出了名的對錢斤斤計較,但同時間他也精準的闡述了當時塞爾提克的團隊哲學,以下是他幾段關於塞爾提克精神的談話。 「每年,我們都設定目標要贏得冠軍,此時,我們真的不會去想去年做了些甚麼事情,」Ramsey說著塞爾提克的成功之道。「我們這群人年復一年的聚在一起打球,我們設定目標要贏球,而且說到做到。」 「我們是一群獨特的人,」Ramsey說。「紅頭挑選了幾乎所有的人,他挑選那些他知道能融入球隊的人,在這裡沒有私怨。如果有甚麼地方出錯,紅頭會說:『你在明尼蘇達會看來不錯。』但我不認為他真的交易掉任何人,除了Macauley,但Macauley希望自己被賣去聖路易(照顧小孩),沒有任何私怨。」 「紅頭選秀主要根據人格特質,球員當然得要有籃球天賦,但他希望你是個贏家,來自一間贏球的大學。就像他總是掛在嘴邊的:『你領薪水不是因為得了多少分,而是因為球隊贏球或輸球,以及你對球隊的貢獻。』」Ramsey說。 曾經,Ramsey說過這麼一段話來形容塞爾提克,也許這會是他最好的墓誌銘。 「知道自己在人們談論最偉大的籃球隊時被提及是件很棒的事情,一般都同意那些年的塞爾提克是籃球史上最棒的球隊之一,能夠成為其中一員是件美好的事情,這是我願意帶入墳墓裡的榮耀。有些人的一生平淡無奇,有些人成就非凡,我覺得此生最重要的事情,就是能成為這偉大團隊的一員。」 「但當我回想起那些日子,想起那些穿上塞爾提克制服的隊友,我記憶最深刻的是那分親密與友誼。塞爾提克的精神是你難以細數,但我難以不去想像如果每一個人都能有塞爾提克的那份驕傲與自律這個世界將會變得多麼美好,特別是如果世人能跟我們一樣相處融洽。」 「這是一切中最美好的部分。」   謹以此文獻給Frank Ramsey,永遠的塞爾提克傳奇。   R.I.P   參考資料   Lew Freedman        , 2008, Dynasty: the rise of the Boston Celtics Dan Shaughnessy, 1994, Seeing Red: The Red Auerbach story Dan Shaughnessy, 1990, Ever green: the Boston Celtics Red Auerbach & John Feinstein, 2004, Let me tell you a story: a lifetime in the game Bill Sharman, 1965, Sharman on Basketball Shooting Bill Reynolds, 2005, Cousy: his life, career, and the birth of big-time basketball Joe Fitzgerald, 1975, That championship feeling   更多塞爾提克資訊: 老溫隨筆  
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The progressive leftist wing of the Democrat Party has spent the time since President Trump’s inauguration embracing the like of the violent Antifa and Black Lives Matter movement. Working in concert with such elements as George Soros, a man whose only goal is the destroy the United States and his puppet Obama and his traitorous OFA they will continue to push towards the socialist tyranny that they so desperately need to find their way back to power.

They have vilified any form of law enforcement including line police officers and ICE. The progressive socialists have turned every ICE employee and facility into a target for violence. Those whose mission is to defend our country and the sacrifices they are already required to make will face violence on a pre-planned massive scale by socialists and anarchists using the Saul Alinsky playbook. Create chaos and overwhelm all government systems until they break and then create violence to attempt to get the citizens in line with your agenda. The Democrats are complicit in this and continue to believe that, in the end, they will be the ones in power.

Let’s look at the past few weeks and make an effort to understand where the leftists want to take this country.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnel was chased after leaving a Louisville Kentucky restaurant by an angry mob for no other purpose than to create a scene which the mainstream media was all too happy to splash across the airwaves.

Steve Bannon was confronted at a bookstore in his hometown of Richmond Virginia

A thirty-year-old man Kino Ahuitzotl Jimenez assaulted a 16-year-old boy at a Whataburger in San Antonio Texas. Jimenez has since lost his job and charged with felony assault.

U.S. Capitol police arrested a man who threatened to kill Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY and his family with an ax. This is the same Rand Paul who was attacked by his neighbor Rene Albert Boucher on November 3rd.

In June, Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi was assaulted and harassed at a local movie theater.

The Red Hen restaurant in Lexington Virginia asked White House Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders out of the restaurant and went a step further to follow them to other restaurants to create a scene.

Loudmouth low information mobs have also accosted DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielson while she was at dinner over the separation of families on the southern border, a concept developed and promulgated by Barack Obama.

Peter Henry Fonda has called for putting the Presidents son in a cage with pedophiles and called for the caging and rape of our DHS Secretary. Hey Petey, you lackluster bag of garbage, what have you done lately, do you need to be noticed for being a crude, foul-mouthed “celebrity” with the dregs of our society being your followers. Is this the type of thing you want to be remembered for?

Other Cabinet members and citizen Trump supporters have been mobbed by anarchists who are paid for by progressive socialist such as Soros and Obama. The mainstream media has also cheered on this practice of mobbing individuals that do not meet the agenda that they have imposed.

It has since turned into open season on the assault of Trump supporters with the complicit help and excuses being made by the mainstream media. The media is an integral part of just being used for the mob violence that we see. It has been made quite clear by the talking heads of CNN, ABC, MSNBC, and others including print media that being that they consider Trump supporters “NAZIS” that anything is allowed to stop this administration.

With intellectual lightweights and their brain-dead sycophants, we come to such instances as MSNBC Donny Deutsch commenting that all Trump supporters are Nazis inferring that this administration is putting these children and families in concentration camps. Two significant points that little Donnie neglected to mention because they didn’t fit his agenda. One, about 80% of the children crossing our borders are being brought in by coyotes or child traffickers and that under OABAM and the failed catch and release program, thee children were sent throughout this country with the child traffickers and had not been heard from since. Donnie boy, explain that and explain why ignoring these facts make you more of a Nazi than anything President Trump has done.

We have had the talking heads on the progressive socialist networks comparing the separating of families on the border to the WWII camps for Japanese internment. First, do they mention that the president that caused that was a Democrat and was done with the full affirmation by the party? And those Japanese that were so severely treated were American citizens. Those crossing out borders are ILLEGAL immigrants and as such should be afforded any citizen rights AT ALL. Let’s make it simple, turn them around at the border, do not allow them to cross the border, and send them back home or to Mexico, which is the first safe country the Resettlement Act as passed by the United Nations claim they should ask for asylum.

Many are convinced that this is all Trumps fault. Nothing could be further from the truth. How to explain Obama’s statement that his side brings a gun to a knife fight or his “bitter clingers” who still stand by their guns and bibles. Obama never understood that the Bible is the foundation that our country and citizens depend on, and the arms are for times like these when Obama and his mob rousing friends intend on revolution. The violent left which the globalists and Obama are leading are not adverse to violence. The plan sent out by groups such as Indivisible, BLM, and Antifa to flood hundreds of thousands of followers and fellow anarchists into Washington D.C. is to be but a prelude of what they plan in the future. And it was, in fact, Bill Clinton, one of the leftist’s icons who took Elian Gonzalez from his family at gunpoint to force him back to Cuba where he has since grown up like a good little communist.

The leftists and the government of Obama, ( one and the same) ignore that it was Public Law 107-296 that has caused the separation of families and have been enforced by George W, Bush Obama and now Trump. Democrats passed public Law 107-296 but the mainstream media and leftists who are now hounding the Trump administration ignore the facts of their own culpability in these separations.

Even House Minority Leader “San Fran” Nancy Pelosi has weighed in causing this a form of child abuse of President Trumps making, once again ignoring the laws and regulations that past administrations made. Together with open border advocates, the policies that Trump is required to follow along with all the loopholes are called “cruel and unnecessary.  The only response from the idiots is open borders, let everyone in and deal with the increase in crime and poverty as best we can.  The only major difference that President Trump has made following the laws of our country is “Zero Tolerance.” A policy that is supported by a majority of African Americans, Hispanics and whites of both parties.

Only 20% of Hispanics in an Economist/YouGov poll support releasing families of illegal immigrants into the country and return later for a court date. This is the future the progressive socialists in the Democrat Party wants for us.

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After another week saw leading Republicans accosted in public places, many on the left are arguing that harassment is legitimate

The day after Sarah Huckabee Sanders was asked to leave the Red Hen restaurant in Virginia, Maxine Waters, the representative for the California 43rd who has become a leader of the anti-Trump resistance within Congress, addressed a rally in Los Angeles. Up until that point, national Democratic leaders had mostly urged respectful protest in response to the Trump administration.

“Let’s make sure we show up wherever we have to show up,” she said to cheers from the crowd. “And if you see anybody from that cabinet in a restaurant, in a department store, at a gasoline station, you get out and you create a crowd. And you push back on them. And you tell them they’re not welcome anymore, anywhere.”

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PTC Honor Students for Spring Semester 2018 July 10, 2018 Piedmont Technical College honors students who had outstanding academic accomplishments during the 2018 Spring Semester. Below are students who recently were named to the President's List, the Dean's List, and the Merit List. Kudos to all of these hardworking students!

Piedmont Technical College students who had outstanding academic accomplishments during the 2018 Spring Semester have earned inclusion on the President’s List. To be named to the list, students must be full time and earn a term GPA of 4.00. Students will receive a certificate of achievement signed by the college president.

            President’s List students include:

            Abbeville County - William Hall, Todd H. Herring, Ashland R. Linker, Nicholas L. Manley, Robert L. Norman Jr., Alejandro J. Sabatino Barrios, Kirsten R. Scott, Nichole E. Simpson and Crystal Sutherland, all of Abbeville; Diana Fetters, Kenneth Fetters and Sonya L. Hicks, all of Calhoun Falls; Jessie K. Estep of Donalds; Ciara C. Buege and Branson McClain, both of Honea Path; and Colton D. Smith of Iva.

            Aiken County - Trevor S. Beard of Aiken.

            Anderson County - Christopher Crocker of Belton; Patrick Olsen of Anderson; Addison T. Smith and Tikesha L. Whitfield, both of Honea Path.

            Cookeville, Tennessee - John M. Miller.

            Dorchester County - Brandi A. Mims of North Charleston.

            Edgefield County - Melissa D. Houser, Mark S. Jebens and Willitiscia L. Davis, all of Edgefield; and Nery B. Hernandez of Johnston.

            Elberton, Georgia - Clint Y. McCullough.

            Evans, Georgia - Samuel R. Williams.

            Florence County - Taylor J. Kirby of Florence.

            Greenville County - Linh T. Nguyen of Taylors; and Evins J. Muhammad of Simpsonville.            Greenwood County - Tyler M. Burnette, Camren L. Johnson, Angelique M. Rowland and Wendi M. Young, all of Bradley; Grayson C. Brown, William A. Buchanan, Hunter A. Busbee, Evianna M. Casado, Cameron B. Chalmers, Jody M. Connor, Ceirra P. Dunlap, Carolynn Dye, Jordy Gonzalez, Tabor-Elijah C. Gravley, Zachary T. Hemann, Erica R. Inks, Thomas D. Jones, Ryan X. Keller, Detriese Light, Wesley M. Love, Nathan T. Pierce, Ashley N. Polattie, George J. Recktenwald, Atari K. Roundtree, Kendall D. Ryans, Keegan R. Smith, Deanna M. Smith, Raymond J. Snelling, Kristina J. Sosby, Brian P. States, Rebecca E. Thornton, Amber R. Todd, Tyler Turman, Haylee Weeks, Reginald White and Amber K. Young, all of Greenwood; Bethany M. Fisher of Hodges; John M. Avery, Walker J. Brooks, Brady R. Calliham, Jonathan D. Fallaw, Alexander B. Hester, Heather M. Jackson, Dylan L. Morrison, Stephen A. Vickery and Bethany S. Whaley, all of Ninety Six; William J. Free, Stephen J. McWhorter and Alison L. Rodriguez, all of Ware Shoals.

            McCormick County - Rebecca A. Burke, T’Laysha C. Creswell, Da’Dra Mack, Nathaniel Mason and Tyrhea Mason, all of McCormick; and Dennis Price of Troy.

            Laurens County - Kristopher S. Knight, Alexis M. Lombardo, Joan J. Pittman and Christopher W. Worthy, all of Clinton; Paul D. Alducin and Anayeli Juan Santiago, both of Cross Hill; Bridgette Aiken, Jacob D. Bullock, Caleb Faulkner, Frank Green, Tiffany H. Huffman and Andre R. Singleton, all of Gray Court; Brent M. Balcome, Princess K. Boyd, Cole L. Lanier Jr., Raymond E. Macht IV, Andrew MacPhail, Katlin E. Owens, Maryelizabeth A. Powers and Janessa K. Wright, all of Laurens; Kathy S. Lowman and Claire Yochem, both of Mountville; Wendy A. Collum of Ware Shoals; Dewey B. Harling Jr. and Lucky J. Maroney, both of Waterloo.

            Lexington County - Emma E. McCall and Bradley Niehe, both of Chapin; William A. Dukes of Columbia; Charles D. Burkett of Gilbert; Nicole M. Eidson of Leesville; and Carly A. Wright of Lexington.

            Newberry County - Joanna H. Arnsmeyer of Chappells, Jessi N. Boland of Little Mountain; Jeffrey Brooks, Judith C. Caldwell, Sarah G. Dominick, Hunter M. Hawkins, Janneth Morfin and Alexander R. Rikabi, all of Newberry; Leanna L. Kiker and Benjamin L. Nichols, both of Pomaria; Jessica L. Boozer, Colin Capell, Megan N. Deason, Kimberly R. Farr, Julia R. Roach, Catherine C. Taylor and Brandy Watson, all of Prosperity.

            Pickens County - Joseph White of Easley.

            Richland County - Jordan McCall of Chapin; Charles E. Elder III of Columbia; Clara Byrd of Elgin; Jason S. Gibson of Hopkins; and Laura Hollamon of Irmo.

            Saluda County - Chelsea Kirland, Brianna E. Moorer and Douglas White, all of Batesburg; Alyssa D. Easler and Roman P. Mulkey, both of Leesville; Jennifer L. Bird of Ridge Spring; Charnticia D. Holloway, Ashley D. Proctor, Trey R. Ridlehoover, Cameron C. Riley and Gregory P. Winters, all of Saluda; and Brandon Tarlton of Ward.

            Spartanburg County - Jason T. Kelly of Woodruff.

            York County - William Harper of Fort Mill; and Richard C. Gregory of Rock Hill.

            To be named to the Dean’s List, students must be attending full time and have earned term GPAs of 3.75 or higher.

            Dean’s List students include:

            Abbeville County - Kayla J. Crawford, Caleb Hedden, Shantice A. Johnson, Amanda H. Nickles and Sandra D. Williams-Allen, all of Abbeville; Rebekah L. Hammett of Calhoun Falls; Harold T. Hilley and James Powell, both of Iva.

            Anderson County - Jesse L. Smith of Belton; and Kalpeshkumar T. Patel of Easley.

            Eastman, Georgia - William S. Newman.

            Greenwood County are Andrew D. Ashley and Linda K. Magaha, both of Donalds; Caleb Boatwright, Tiffany Coates, Kayla M. Cordero, Teresa L. Cowan, Tiffany L. Craddock, Ontario D. Curry, Danita A. Donaldson, Latisia C. Gilchrist, William Hales, Tyler W. Hill, Dorothy Holmes, Victoria L. Keasler, Makayla E. Laign, Lauryn E. Leblanc, Kevin L. Mahler, Kimbela R. Norma, Zachery W. Owensby, Michaela E. Smith, Lisa L. Terry, Joel W. Tiller, Miranda N. White, Alina C. Williams, Richard M. Young and Evan B. Zimmerman, all of Greenwood; Christian Brown, Allie Camak, Hunter Gravely, Chelsea Hatcher and Tracy Williams, all of Hodges; Courtney L. Attaway, Emily E. Camp, Benton R. Harley, Clyde L. Holmes III and John T. Webb, all of Ninety Six; Savannah Odermatt and Teresa E. Price, both of Ware Shoals.

            Greenville County - Devin Egan of Travelers Rest.

            Laurens County - Devin J. Francis of Clinton; Clifton Boyd of Cross Hill; Meagan L. Goodwin and Christian O. Vess, both of Gray Court; Tiffany K. Kicklighter of Honea Path; Olga V. Hernandez Azuara, Eric Reynoso, Mary E. Santiago and Amy M. Wynn, all of Laurens; William C. Bishop and Laquisha A. Sanders, both of Mountville; and Vada Jennings of Waterloo.

            Lexington County - Dalton C. Hines of Chapin; Lindsey L. Hartley and Robert G. Shealy, both of Leesville; and Haley A. Organ of West Columbia.

            McCormick County - Kaisha Houston of Clarks Hill; Marlia D. Barker and Kaitlyn V. Blakes, both of McCormick; Lee A. Dammon of Modoc; and Mataeo Durant of Plum Branch.

            Newberry County - Emma R. Fellers of Little Mountain; James E. Leopard Jr., Ashley M. Pasco, Jesus A. Reyes, Michael Shaw and Tushobia M. Suber, all of Newberry; Samuel A. Morris of Pomaria; Robert W. Boland, Jesse T. Graham, Stephanie R. Jonkers, Victoria A. Kunkle and Katelyn D. Maroney, all of Prosperity.

            Oconee County - Virginia F. Roach of Westminster.

            Pickens County - Donald P. Dewar of Easley.

            Saluda County - Cody R. Salter of Leesville; Jessica M. Byers of Ninety Six; and Sean P. Burri of Prosperity.

            Sumter County - Christopher J. Beaudet and Jacqueline A. Alley, both of Sumter.

            York County - Harrison L. Childers of York.

            The Merit List recognizes students who are registered for 6-11 credit hours and have earned term GPAs of 3.75 or higher.

            Merit List students include:

            Abbeville County - Presley M. Black, Jessica L. Bowie, Barbara J. Capps, Stacy D. Gray, Jacob R. Gray, Kionna Jackson, Nathan D. Knox, Lisa Christina T. Lanford, Jonathan W. Leslie, Darlene H. Maffett, Jacob A. Mcneil, Amber Smith, Hailey E. Stoll and Brittany A. Yoder, all of Abbeville; Colby M. McCall of Calhoun Falls; Stacey Y. Adams of Donalds; Marcus M. Bannister and William S. Hankins, both of Honea Path; Keaton Flowers and Gregory B. Sorrow, both of Iva.

            Aiken County - Peighton Rienzo and Blake T. Strawhorn, both of Aiken; Cheryl Page of Monetta; Amber Burckhalter of North Augusta; and Jonni B. Widener of Ridge Spring.

            Anderson County - Ariel L. Burton and Jeffrey B. Linn, both of Anderson; Rachel A. Sorrow of Belton; and Eric W. Moore of Iva.     

            Chester County - Norma J. Blauvelt of Chester.

            Dorchester County - LaTazzie A. Calloway of Saint George.

            Augusta, Georgia - Abbie C. Spurlock.

            Edgefield County - Kristeen A. Battle, Joshua C. Childers, Tysheena R. Harrison and Tiffany Z. Sibert, all of Edgefield; Christopher B. Gossett; Latashett N. Culbreath and Lillie R. Prince, both of McCormick.   

            Elberton, Georgia - Alyssa J. Greenway and Misti G. Hughes.

            Greenville County - Adriane D. Roseboro of Greer; and Larry Landy of Simpsonville.

            Greenwood County - Breelyn N. Kidd, Johnathan D. Leopard and Sara G. Marbert, all of Bradley; Corey M. Boyter, Charles R. Clinemyer Jr., Robert L. Cobb and Wade J. Timmerman, all of Donalds; Maha S. Abdelmanem Abdullah, Tyrone L. Anderson, Heather E. Arnold, Marler A. Askew, Isaac A. Bagwell, Ebony S. Belcher, Vincent S. Bell, Heather M. Benshoof, Philip S. Birney, April D. Bishop, Johanna Bishop, Edward W. Brooks, Lori N. Brooks, Ronald G. Bullman, Kaitlyn Callaham, Jane L. Carr, Walfre O. Carrillo, Kendall Chitwood, Nicholas B. Cobb, Latrell N. Collier, Tammy S. Cunningham, Michelle Dalrymple, Taylor N. Deanhardt, Jena H. Deery, Ashley N. DeVore, Charity J. Dotson, Kayla D. Downing, Gina L. Drebenstedt, Suzanna Edwards, Beth Fahs, Farah M. Farhan, Catherine A. Fleming, Charlene Floyd, Peggy Foulkes, Jennifer A. Garcia Orosco, Cynthia N. Gatchell, Jerica M. Gayten, Jennifer R. Giacomel, Grayson Grady, Kevin M. Gross, Christopher S. Guire Jr., Steviana B. Hodge, Annie E. Holliday, Caroline M. Holubek, Tamika King, Sarah B. Kirby, Evan M. Konsek, Rhett B. Lindler, Andrew Macke, Marion R. Martin, Charita Mason, Julia J. Maynard, Melissa M. Mayo Britney N. McGovern, Sarah J. Merritt, Jacob J. Miller, Sarah Grace Moore, Kyle S. Moore, Lauren E. Mountz, Justin R. Nettles, Brittney Norman, Ronald E. Odonnell, Adeline C. Orcutt, Nigel R. Ouzts, Jennifer B. Ouzts, Amy A. Owensby, Austin S. Oxner, Kristen L. Parker, Kayce B. Porterfield, Salcha Rambo, Jaquisha K. Reed, Elizabeth C. Reese, Betty W. Richards, Catherine A. Richardson, Deborah M. Ritter, Courtney H. Robertson, Chris F. Robertson, Lisa E. Robinson, Betsy L. Russ, Shelby Seymour, Sarah Ann Shojaie, Mackenzie C. Sida, Rachael Singletary, Cynthia D. Slappy, Daisy D. Sorrow, Melissa C. Stephens, William H. Stevens, Whitney E. Suazo, Benjamin M. Thomas, Sydney E. Thompson, Briana N.  Tompkins, Carey P. Wash, Hayden Wilson and Jacob D. Woods, all of Greenwood; Annicia Holloway, Elizabeth G. Van Swol and Kearstin A. Willis, all of Hodges; Justin B. Alford, Robert P. Banks, John L. Barton, Keri N. Calliham, Amy Emert, Seth R. Harling, Cooper O. Kelly, Gabriel M. Kelly, Hannah J. Matthews, Kayce M. Ouzts, Lori A. Roby, Abby L. Timmerman and Kate E. Timms, all of Ninety Six; Kelsy L. Allen, Taylor B. Byrd, Joseph D. Ellinger II and Melanie Parks, all of Ware Shoals.

            Laurens County - Andrew T. Carroll, Monisha S. Cheeks, TeQuilla A. Coleman, Anthony R. Crawford, Stephanie R. Gruber, Leland J. Nelson II, Phyllis C. Price, Jared G. Price, Noah T. Riser, Beverly A. Rushton, Dillon J. Snead, Justin A. Snead and Christopher C. Wilkes, all of Clinton; Thomas L. Hadley and Caroline J. Wagler, both of Cross Hill; Michelle Brown and Joshua Harkcom, both of Fountain Inn; Star L. Thompson of Gray Court; Mary E. Crutts of Honea Path; James T. Millwood of Joanna; Dylan Beaty, Shannon N. Craig, Anna P. Crouch, Heather R. Dunaway, Brantly R. Eubanks, Kathryn E. Juszkiewicz, Ashley W. King, Fnu Manish, Amber D. Merchant, Jaquez D. Robinson, Heather N. Sams, Jeanette Todd and Serena Westmoreland, all of Laurens; Anagrace H. Craford, Gabriel M. Mabry, Caleb G. Moss, Christopher R. Rousey and Caleb J. Webster, all of Ware Shoals; Karen Lewis and Margaret A. Maggard, both of Waterloo.

            Lexington County - Tung H. Pham and Quincy J. Suber, both of Chapin; Maghan Matthews of Gilbert; Angelica R. Boatwright, Joshua H. Hinton and Gracelyn M. Metts, all of Leesville; Leanne M. Kyzer of Lexington.

Lincolnton, Georgia - Augustus H. Taylor and Natalie N. Wynn.

            McCormick County - Rebecca J. Curd and Heather L. McNally, both of McCormick; and Jarrett T. Reed of Parksville.

            Newberry County - Jenna Z. Chapman of Chapin; Quateria S. Wadsworth of Chappells; Jonah C. Shealy of Little Mountain; Leslie L. Andrews, Daniel Bautista, Joanna G. Bedenbaugh, John L. Bedenbaugh, Kimberly A. Breaux, Sydney N. Breaux, Corban H. Cutshall, Elizabeth N. Dickenson, Carrie L. Eargle, Crystal L. Gilmore, Caleb S. Kierstead, Mallory S. Matthews, Jose A. Mora, William D. Morse, Regina L. Pugh, Michaella R. Rubio, Scott Senn, Jenna L. Shealy and Martin-Ray Snelgrove, all of Newberry; Elizabeth G. Holmes of Peak; Alleigh G. Berley, Katie E. Coker, Sarah K. Connelly and Carolie M. Dominick, all of Pomaria; April D. Brazell, Justin C. Caudill, Riley M. Frazier, Caleb A. Harold, Zoiee A. Jamison, Elisabeth B. Underwood and Robert G. Whiting, all of Prosperity; Amy Foster and Mark S. Stevenson, both of Whitmire.

            Oconee County - Rachel L. Hendrix of Walhalla.

            Richland County - Tiffany S. Jenkins of Columbia; and Justin Thomas of Irmo.

            Saluda County - Elizabeth S. Easler, Carlos A. Pacheco, Rebecca W. Shealy and Shelby Sheppard, all of Batesburg; Alexandria N. Addy, Macy R. Crawford, Jorge F. Gil Ramirez, Kaylyn A. Herlong, Kylee B. Howard, Mason K. Jones, Martin Martinez-Clavijo, Austin S. Miller, Eboni A. Minick, Kathleen A. Neidlinger, Chandler R. Palmer, India S. Posey and Cornelius T. Summers Sr., all of Saluda; and Savannah A. Rodgers of Ward.

            Spartanburg County - Jennifer Libby of Spartanburg.

            Thomson, Georgia - Yolanda Moore.

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By the time Eastern Kentucky native Raeanna Napier arrived in Lexington for a consultation with Dr. Anil Duggal, assistant professor of surgery in the University of Kentucky Department of Plastic Surgery, she had already endured eight months of near-constant pain and discomfort in her dominant wrist — the result of a rollover vehicle accident during the summer of 2017. Thanks to a rare procedure, and a collaborative effort between the UK Departments of Plastic Surgery and Orthopaedic Surgery and Sports Medicine, Napier can now enjoy all the benefits of having her full range of motion restored. 

Initially, Napier's wrist injury was treated without surgery. As it healed, the tip of the ulna (the smaller, shorter forearm bone) fused to the radius (the longer, outside forearm bone). This made simple tasks, like picking up her young son, nearly impossible. 

"I couldn't lift anything over a few pounds without pain and discomfort. I couldn't turn my hand to get change back from a vendor. Opening packages was a hassle," said Napier. 

While UK doctors ultimately provided the fix for Napier's wrist, they were not the first providers she saw. "When she came to UK to see us, she had already seen several different providers in the area and was very distressed that there was nothing that could be done for her," said Duggal. "She had been unable to work with limited function of her dominant hand." 

The solution, an operation known as a distal radioulnar joint arthroplasty, was invented by Dr. Luis Sheker, a mentor of Duggal's. It involved opening the joint and carefully trimming the head of the ulna. The prosthesis is then placed with the metal stem being inserted down the interior of the ulna. The ulnar head is replaced with a ball and socket type joint that is secured with a small metal cap. Duggal completed the procedure with the assistance of Dr. Chelsea Wallace, a resident in the Department of Plastic Surgery, and Dr. David Zuelzer, a resident in the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery and Sports Medicine. After the operation, Napier wore a protective splint for five days before she could begin moving her wrist. 

Napier has progressed with physical therapy and now, just a few weeks after surgery, has had full range of motion restored to a level equal to her uninjured side.  

"We are proud to offer procedures like this to patients in need," said Duggal. "If you think about it, there's nothing more human than hands. The way we interact with our environment is really with hands. That's precious." 

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Anything Goes

Music and Lyrics by Cole Porter, Original Book by P.G. Wodehouse and Guy Bolton, Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse, New Book by Timothy Crouse and John Weidman; Producing Artistic Director, Robert J. Eagle; Directed and Choreographed by Eileen Grace; Music Director, Dan Rodriguez; Scenic Design, Scenographics; Costumes, Costume World Theatrical; Lighting Design, David Wilson; Assistant Director, Paul Reynolds; Wardrobe Supervisor, Amelia Fitch; Production Stage Manager, Elizabeth Yvette Ramirez; Production Manager, Lori E. Baruch

CAST: Leigh Barrett, Jared Troilo, Libby Rosenfield, J.T. Turner, Mark Linehan, Ansley Speares, Karen Fanale, Rick Sherburne, Rich Allegretto, Shannon Cheong, Paul Sanford, Tom Sawyer, Anelise Allen, Bernie Baldassaro, Mei Lu Barnum, Jessica Bodner, Louis Brogna, Emma Clinch, Ian Costello, Ashawn Dabney, Elizabeth D'Aiuto, Noura Deane, Taavon Gamble, Kasia Gneiser, Audra Hebard, Michael Brent Hicks, Chris Adam King, Paul Marchesiani, Conor Meehan, Heather Morgan, Michael Morley, Tracey O'Farrell, Evan Pouch, Antonino Ruggeri, Harley Seger, Brian Soutner, Julia Springer, Suzi Weisberg, Rachel Wirtz

Performances through July 15 by Reagle Music Theatre of Greater Boston at Robinson Theatre, 617 Lexington Street, Waltham, MA; Box Office 781-891-5600 or

If you ever get nostalgic for the golden age of musicals, the Reagle Music Theatre of Greater Boston has the ticket for you. Continuing its 50th Anniversary Summer Season at Robinson Theatre in Waltham, the multiple Tony Award-winning Anything Goes sails in on the S.S. American, boasting an energetic cast of nearly 40 performers and a 16-piece orchestra that gives the incomparable Cole Porter score its due. Recently anointed recipient of the Elliot Norton Award for Sustained Excellence (2018), Leigh Barrett headlines as nightclub singer Reno Sweeney, wrapping up a banner year for her on Boston stages. Multiple IRNE Award-winner Eileen Grace returns to RMT to direct and choreograph, alongside resident music director/conductor and four-time IRNE-winner Dan Rodriguez.

Anything Goes debuted in 1934 and ran for 420 performances. It has had numerous iterations and revivals, each of them tweaking the story and adding or deleting songs. The Reagle production appears to follow the template of the 1987 Lincoln Center Theater version which starred Patti LuPone as Reno. If the boy-meets-girl story is a little dated and quaint, its innocence and cultured society offer sweet relief, and what the book lacks in fireworks is more than made up for by the explosive sounds of those dancing feet. More than a dozen members of the cast are current or former students of The Boston Conservatory and Emerson College, the not-so-minor leagues of the Boston theater community, and their triple-threat talents are on display, front and center. Thanks to their terpsichorean brio, the rousing Act One finale of "Anything Goes" is worth the price of admission.

Although she is designated as the star, Barrett does not have to do all the heavy lifting alone, sharing the spotlight with a quartet of principals who are the cornerstones of the show's success. J.T. Turner (Moonface Martin) is a hoot as Reno's buddy, the small-time gangster disguising himself as a man of the cloth and carrying his machine gun in a violin case. From the moment he makes his entrance, Turner inhabits the cartoonish character and proves himself to be a master cartoonist. Mark Linehan (Lord Evelyn Oakleigh) does another of his many brilliant turns as the fool, but plays it straight from the heart to get us laughing with him, rather than at him. The star-crossed duo at the center of the story are portrayed by a pair of newcomers to RMT. Jared Troilo lends his matinee idol good looks and mellow tenor voice to the ardent Billy Crocker, who is trying to move up in class by pursuing debutante Hope Harcourt, played as a combination good girl/rebel by Libby Rosenfield. On her own, her silky soprano soars plaintively ("Goodbye, Little Dream, Goodbye"), and she blends harmonically with Troilo when they duet ("It's De-lovely," "All Through the Night").

Barrett's Reno is very relatable, more kind than gritty, and wears her heart on her sleeve. She has good chemistry with both Troilo and Linehan, but steps it up a notch with Turner when Reno and Moonface wax lyrical about their "Friendship." She masterfully sings the Porter tunes, and vocally kicks it into overdrive in "Blow, Gabriel, Blow," her big production number. Grace's choreography and staging accommodate the range of dance talent available to her, showcasing the sailors and passengers played by the ensemble members (special shout out to Taavon Gamble and Audra Hebard for their ballet sequence in "All Through the Night"), while strategically moving Barrett in and out of the routines. Troilo and Rosenfield trip the light fantastic together in a couple of their songs, and Linehan has fun with "The Gypsy in Me."

Picking up where she left off with her notable performance in Reagle's A Chorus Line last month, Ansley Speares (Erma) does a good job of evoking the gun moll traveling with Moonface. Karen Fanale (Mrs. Evangeline Harcourt), Rick Sherburne (Elisha Whitney), Rich Allegretto (Captain), and Tom Sawyer (Ship's Purser) all shine in important supporting roles. The colorful characters and their antics on the S.S. American make for a fun-filled voyage, but it's Porter's score, the singing, and the dancing that launch Anything Goes on its transatlantic journey. Only four chances remain for you to stow away!

Photo credit: Herb Philpott (The cast of Anything Goes embarks on their journey)

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The seas, lakes and oceans are now pluming deadly hydrogen sulfide and suffocating methane. Hydrogen sulfide is a highly toxic water-soluble heavier-than-air gas and will accumulate in low-lying areas. Methane is slightly more buoyant than normal air and so will be all around, but will tend to contaminate our atmosphere from the top down. These gases are sickening and killing oxygen-using life all around the world, including human life, as our atmosphere is increasingly poisoned. Because both gases are highly flammable and because our entire civilization is built around fire and flammable fuels, this is leading to more fires and explosions. This is an extinction level event and will likely decimate both the biosphere and human population and it is debatable whether humankind can survive this event.

A. More fires and more explosions, especially along the coasts, but everywhere generally.
B. Many more animal die-offs, of all kinds, and especially oceanic species.
C. More multiples of people will be found dead in their homes, as if they'd dropped dead.
D. More corpses found in low-lying areas, all over the world.
E. More unusual vehicular accidents.
F. Improved unemployment numbers as people die off.

Category: Variety Pack

2018-07-08 - Government jet bursts into flame at airport in Lahore (Pakistan):

Quote: "An aircraft of former Punjab chief minister caught fire on Sunday moments before departing for southern side of the province, according to local media reports. The Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) president was all set to depart for Bahawalpur to flex political muscles ahead of general elections when a fire erupted in the plane’s engine."

Note: This is the 107th aircraft to smoke/burn/explode in 2018...

2018-07-08 - Underground electrical fire causes power outages in coastal Boston (Massachusetts):

2018-07-08 - Chemical factory heavily damaged by massive fire in coastal Valsad (India):

2018-07-08 - Freight train engine bursts into flame near Regina (Canada):

2018-07-08 - In separate incidents, two cars burst into flame in two hours on the M18 near Rotherham (Britain):,two-car-fires-within-hours-on-m18_27818.htm

2018-07-08 - Recreational vehicle business heavily damaged by fire in Cheboygan (Michigan), 3000 feet from Mullett Lake, nobody there:

Quote: "Six different fire departments were called to fight a fire at Brandt's Sport Center in Cheboygan County Sunday night. The store sells recreational vehicles like snowmobiles, jet skis and motorcycles. The fire appears to have started in the back of the building where the maintenance shop is located. It burned through a large portion of the roof, and caused serious damage to the rest of the store. No one was inside the building when the fire started, and no one was hurt."

2018-07-08 - Sign bursts into flame on Marriott Hotel in downtown Chattanooga (Tennessee):

Quote: "A fire in the 'M' of the Marriott hotel in downtown Chattanooga prompted an evacuation Sunday afternoon."

2018-07-08 - Wildfire grows to 330,000 acres northeast of Winnemucca (Nevada):

Quote: "The Martin Fire is burning about 48 miles northeast of Winnemucca and has burned about 330,000 as of Sunday night, up from 324,478 acres Sunday afternoon, before that was 164,971 acres on Saturday, and the fire is 8 percent contained. That is about 515 square miles."

2018-07-08 - Man has 'medical emergency' at beach in coastal Bexhill-on-Sea (Britain):

Quote: "The air ambulance landed on Bexhill beach on Sunday afternoon (July 8) to assist a man who suffered a medical emergency."

2018-07-08 - Volcanic eruptions continue at Agung (Indonesia), Sierra Negra (Galapagos), Pacaya (Guatemala), and Kilauea (Hawaii):

2018-07-08 - Death toll rises to 100+ from devastating flooding in Japan:

Quote: "The Japanese government says at least 100 people have died or are presumed dead from the heavy rains, floods and mudslides that have struck western Japan."

2018-07-08 - More than 30 cars go up in flames while parked at the Niagara Lavender Festival in Niagara-on-the-Lake (Canada):

Quote: "Grimwood said 19 vehicles were totally destroyed and another 15 suffered fire-damage of some kind. He estimated the total damage based on the make and model of the vehicles somewhere between $1.2 and $1.5 million."

2018-07-08 - Boat explodes into flame on Lake of the Ozarks (Missouri), 1 injured:


2018-07-08 - Boat bursts into flame on the Warwick River in coastal Newport News (Virginia):

2018-07-08 - Boat bursts into flame on Lake Washington (Washington):

2018-07-08 - Boat bursts into flame on Morrison Lake near Coldwater (Michigan):

2018-07-08 - Boat bursts into flame at coastal Potter’s Cay (Bahamas):

Note: These are the 585th, 586th, 587th, 588th and 589th boats/ships to burn/explode in 2018...

2018-07-08 - Party bus bursts into flame on I-10 in Hancock County (Mississippi):

Note: This is the 424th bus to burn in 2018...

2018-07-08 - Car-hauler hauling tractors bursts into flame on I-40 in Cocke County (Tennessee):

Quote: "Shelton said two of the four-wheel drive, medium-sized farm tractors were destroyed, one sustained moderate damage and one of the tractors was saved from the flames. The loss of the tractors and trailer totals $180,000."

Note: This is the 49th car-hauler to burn in 2018...

2018-07-08 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on US 101 in Gilroy (California):

2018-07-08 - Semi tractor bursts into flame while parked in field in Agency (Iowa):

2018-07-08 - Tractor bursts into flame near Parracombe (Britain):

Note: These are the 1414th, 1415th, 1416th, 1417th, 1418th and 1419th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2018...

2018-07-08 - Food truck bursts into flame at Teesside Park in Stockton-on-Tees (Britain):

2018-07-08 - Truck bursts into flame, ignites brush fire, on Idaho 55 near Boise (Idaho):

2018-07-08 - RV bursts into flame while parked at storage facility, fire spreads to RV trailer, in coastal Seattle (Washington):

Note: This is the 312th RV to burn/explode in 2018...

2018-07-08 - Two cars go up in flames while parked at Valley Plaza Mall in Bakersfield (California):

2018-07-08 - Car bursts into flame on the Bay Bridge near coastal San Francisco (California):

2018-07-08 - Car bursts into flame near gas pumps at 7-Eleven in coastal Sarasota (Florida):

2018-07-08 - Car bursts into flame and burns driver on Stony Hill Road in Wilbraham (Massachusetts):

2018-07-08 - Car bursts into flame at Elks Lodge in Springfield (Illinois):

2018-07-08 - Car bursts into flame on Route 28 near Dunlap (Tennessee):

2018-07-08 - Car bursts into flame on Ocean Drive in coastal Laurieton (Australia):

2018-07-08 - Car bursts into flame while being towed by RV, on the Bruce Highway near Iveragh (Australia):

2018-07-08 - Car bursts into flame on Horse Park Drive in Gungahlin (Australia):

2018-07-08 - Car bursts into flame at the Canberra Airport in Canberra (Australia):

2018-07-08 - Car bursts into flame while parked outside building society in Coventry (Britain):

2018-07-08 - Car bursts into flame on Parliament Street in Harrogate (Britain):

2018-07-08 - Car bursts into flame on the M62 near Oldham (Britain):

2018-07-08 - Car bursts into flame at 1:26 AM on Daten Avenue in Warrington (Britain):

2018-07-08 - Car bursts into flame on the M5 between Tiverton and Wellington (Britain):

2018-07-08 - Car bursts into flame at 11:34 PM on Stanley Street in coastal Grimsby (Britain):

Quote: "Stanley Street, Grimsby. Sun 8 Jul 2018 23:34 (No:14086) Car fire. Hose reel in use."

2018-07-08 - Car bursts into flame on Bath Road in Taplow (Britain):

Quote: "Sunday 8 July, 3.31pm Car fire, Bath Road, Taplow. One appliance and crew from Maidenhead attended. Firefighters used one hose reel and one set of breathing apparatus."

2018-07-08 - Motorcycle bursts into flame at home on Elmina Road in Swindon (Britain):

2018-07-08 - Motorcycle bursts into flame on Skey Drive in Nuneaton (Britain):

2018-07-08 - Car and garage destroyed by fire at 4:09 AM, home heavily damaged, in Green Bay (Wisconsin):

Quote: "In a news release, Green Bay Metro Fire Department Battalion Chief Robert Wiegert said the blaze began in a detached two-stall garage and spread to the house. When firefighters arrived, the garage was ablaze and the rear of the house was on fire, Wiegert said. The garage soon collapsed, destroying a car that was inside."

2018-07-08 - Two cars and garage destroyed by fire, home heavily damaged, in Pendleton (New York):

Quote: "A fire that started in a garage caused substantial damage to a MacIntosh Lane home and destroyed two vehicles on Sunday morning."

2018-07-08 - Pickup truck and shed destroyed by fire at 2:30 AM at home in Colerain Township (Ohio):

2018-07-08 - Barn destroyed by fire at midnight in Bantam (Connecticut):

2018-07-08 - Wildfire grows to 35,000 acres near Hornbrook (California):

2018-07-08 - Wildfire breaks out along I-580 near Altamont Pass (California):

2018-07-08 - Wildfire breaks out and causes evacuations in Temagami (Canada):

2018-07-08 - Playground destroyed by fire at school in Howell Township (New Jersey):

2018-07-08 - Convenience store heavily damaged by fire at 11:30 PM in Peoria (Illinois):

2018-07-08 - Eight shops destroyed by fire at 1:51 AM in Rawang (Malaysia):

2018-07-08 - Garage destroyed by fire at home in Lincoln (Rhode Island):

2018-07-08 - Garage destroyed by fire at home in Sudbury (Canada):

2018-07-08 - Home damaged by fire in Millvale (Pennsylvania):

2018-07-08 - Home damaged by garage fire in Omaha (Nebraska):

2018-07-08 - Home heavily damaged by fire in Amherst (Massachusetts):

2018-07-08 - Home heavily damaged by fire at 12:43 AM on Hamlet Green Drive in Raleigh (North Carolina):

2018-07-08 - Home heavily damaged by fire at 5:30 AM in Jessamine County (Kentucky), 2 cats killed:

2018-07-08 - Home heavily damaged by fire in coastal Pawtucket (Rhode Island):

2018-07-08 - Home heavily damaged by fire at 1:25 AM in Spearfish (Idaho):

2018-07-08 - Home heavily damaged by fire at 1:55 AM in Germantown area in Philadelphia (Pennsylvania), nobody there:

2018-07-08 - Home heavily damaged by fire in Gastonia (North Carolina), nobody there:

2018-07-08 - Home destroyed by fire in Lexington (Kentucky), nobody there:

2018-07-08 - Home destroyed by fire near Port Perry in Kawartha Lakes (Canada), nobody there:

2018-07-08 - Home destroyed by garage fire at 11:30 PM in coastal Sequim (Washington):

2018-07-08 - Home destroyed by fire shortly before 11 PM in coastal Lewes (Delaware), cat killed:

2018-07-08 - Home destroyed by garage fire in Little Chute (Wisconsin):

2018-07-08 - Two homes go up in flames in Oregon City (Oregon), dog killed:

2018-07-08 - Two homes destroyed by fire, another damaged, in McKees Rocks (Pennsylvania):

2018-07-08 - Around 50 homes destroyed by fire at 1:06 AM in coastal Lahad Datu (Malaysia):

2018-07-08 - Multi-family home heavily damaged by fire at 11:20 PM in Springfield (Massachusetts):

2018-07-08 - Deadly fire burns home in coastal Bellevue (Washington), 1 killed:

2018-07-08 - Deadly fire destroys home in Oklahoma City (Oklahoma), 1 killed:

2018-07-08 - Deadly fire destroys home just before 6 AM in Orlando (Florida), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2018-07-08 - Deadly fire burns apartment building in Chicago (Illinois), 1 killed:

2018-07-08 - Vacant home burns in Topeka (Kansas):

2018-07-08 - Vacant home burns on Bear Creek Boulevard in Bear Creek Township (Pennsylvania):

2018-07-08 - Vacant commercial building burns at 11:50 PM in coastal Corner Brook (Canada):

2018-07-08 - Sperm whale washes ashore dead at Marfells Beach near Blenheim (New Zealand):

2018-07-08 - Six boys, ages 10-12, go to take bath, all of them die in the River Ganga in Kanpur (India):

2018-07-08 - Two men, 20 and 45, found dead in the River Cauvery at Koonandiyur (India), 2 more watery deaths too:

2018-07-08 - Man, 35, dies after being pulled from swimming pool at apartments in Toledo (Ohio):

2018-07-08 - Boy, 13, found dead in Lake Erie at Edgewater Beach in Cleveland (Ohio):

2018-07-08 - Man falls off dock into the water and dies in Long Lake near Belding (Michigan):

Quote: "Authorities think the man may have fallen off a dock. They are awaiting autopsy results to see if a medical problem was involved."

2018-07-08 - Man, 55, has 'medical emergency' at jail, dies shortly later, in Austin (Texas):

Quote: "A Travis County Jail inmate died at a local hospital Sunday morning after he suffered a medical emergency, a county spokesperson said. According to Travis County Sheriff's Office spokesperson Kristen Dark, 55-year-old Ronald Lynn Hall, 55 of Austin, was found lying on the floor of his cell in distress at Travis County Correctional Complex."

2018-07-08 - Boy, 16, found dead in Whitings Pond in North Attleborough (Massachusetts):

2018-07-08 - Man found dead in Green Lake in coastal Seattle (Washington):

2018-07-08 - Man, 72, has 'medical episode', topples off kayak into the water and dies, on the Jefferson River near Three Forks (Montana):

Quote: "They suspect 72-year-old Bruce Vanlandingham of Bozeman had some kind of medical episode while on the water. He did not respond to CPR when crews found him unconscious on a sandbar after reports Vanlandingham’s kayak overturned."

2018-07-08 - Man, 33, found dead in Alder Lake near Graham (Washington):

2018-07-08 - Man found dead near business in Spokane (Washington):

2018-07-08 - Man dies after being pulled from the Spokane River in Spokane (Washington):

2018-07-08 - Man, 62, found dead in Truman Lake (Missouri):

2018-07-08 - Man, 30, jumps into the Patuxent River and dies near California (Maryland):

2018-07-08 - Middle-aged man found dead in the Contoocook River in Concord (New Hampshire):

2018-07-08 - Man found dead in the Alafia River in Hillsborough County (Florida):

2018-07-08 - Man, 62, has 'medical issue' and drops dead on hiking trail near Camp Dick (Colorado):

2018-07-08 - Person drops dead in field in Tulsa (Oklahoma):

2018-07-08 - Man, 28, found dead in Chocolate Lake in Halifax (Canada):

2018-07-08 - Man in his 60s found dead in the water near the Ferguson Street Pier in coastal Williamstown (Australia):

Quote: "Willy and Hobby has been told the man, aged in his 60s, was working on his boat before the tragedy occurred, which is believed to have been caused by either an accident or a medical episode."

2018-07-08 - Woman, 34, found dead in driveway at home in coastal Auckland (New Zealand):

2018-07-08 - College student, man, 24, dies in pond in Ushti (India):
          Clotel o la hija del presidente - William Wells Brown      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Título: Clotel o la hija del presidente
Autor: William Wells Brown

Páginas: 247

Editorial: Ediciones del Oriene y del Mediterráneo
Precio: 16 euros

Año de edición: 2017 

Publicada en 1853 desde Londres, ésta es la primera novela afroamericana, todo un clásico por su calidad, que se convirtió inmediatamente en un superventas y arrasó en las librerías de Estados Unidos. Dió origen al género esclavista y, como ocurre a veces, inauguró esa categoría de manera rotunda, con un nivel literario muy difícil de superar.

Cuenta la sorprendente historia de Clotel, la hija que tuvo el presidente Jefferson con una esclava, Currer, a la que amaba y trataba como a su esposa, pero a la que finalmente abandonó. La vida de Clotel fué terrible, vivió como esclava, se enamoró de un joven blanco, tuvieron una hija y... no puedo contar más, tenéis que leer el libro.

Es un verdadero folletín, ameno, muy entretenido, y basado completamente en hechos reales y casos conocidos de primera mano. La acción está llena de vicisitudes, unas tristes y otras espantosas, y lo peor es saber que todo eso ha ocurrido de verdad. El autor utiliza la vida y milagros de Clotel y su familia como hilo conductor para intercalar, por un lado, historias tremebundas que describen una larga lista de usos sociales perversos y monstruosos, que surgieron alrededor de la esclavitud y por otro, una selección de discursos y alegatos en contra del tráfico de seres humanos, algunos del mismo Jefferson, que Brown a veces cita y a veces pone en boca de sus personajes.

Son piezas de oratoria de calidad, apasionadas y convincentes. A mí no me han aburrido en absoluto, vale la pena leerlas, pero si alguien se cansa, siempre tiene el recurso de saltarse las peroratas.

Además de un buen retrato del sur profundo y esclavista de la época, hay muchas estampas de costumbres de lo más interesantes, como por ejemplo, la carrera de vapores en el Misisipi, las contradicciones de un pastor hacendado y con esclavos, o las peleas de animales como espectáculo público.

Una novela en veinticuatro capítulos que se deja leer pero que muy bien, con debates sobre el esclavismo muy jugosos, enciclopédico, ameno, directo, algo melodramático pero realista al fin y al cabo. Creo que es lo mejor que se puede leer sobre el tema. Después, no hace falta leer ya nada más.

William Wells Brown (Lexington, 1814-1884) nació esclavo. A los 20 años se fugó y tomó nombre de un matrimonio cuáquero que lo escondió durante su huida. Tuvo que exiliarse a Reino Unido para estar a salvo de persecuciones. 

Allí se convirtió en un famoso conferenciante antiesclavista y pudo escribir este libro, su obra maestra. Cinco años más tarde un matrimonio de abolicionistas compró su libertad, volvió a Estados Unidos y se dedicó al activismo político y al quehacer intelectual.

Fué un orador brillante y persuasivo, y como escritor fué un pionero de la literatura de viajes y el teatro.

Wlliam Wells Brown

Publicado por Antonio F. Rodríguez.

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At, Constance Douris, Vice President of the Lexington Institute, tells readers of the coming wave of investment in Electric Vechicles (EVs). Automakers are all in on EVs, and there is a wave of public money behind them. Douris writes (abridged): In coming years, automakers will unveil dozens of new electric vehicle (EV) models. Ford alone […]
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Patricia Irene Rich Patricia Irene Rich, 86, of Lexington, formerly of Florida, died July 6, 2018. Vis. will be Wed., July 11 from 10 to 11 am at the...
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Dave Doherty, Marvell Nichollson, Jonathan Kirlew, Sam Koss (Falmouth); Mike Maglio, James Condon, Rob Cove, Marcus Friedel, Peter Suzio, Liam Hipwell, Nate Moore, Nick Valianti, Clay MacDonald (Marshfield); Kevin Arseneaux, Adane Atkinson (Dennis-Yarmouth); Tyreese Ferguson, Dyllon McNeill, Brian Brooks, Jacob Pearl, Matt Cahill, Owen Wilcox (Nauset)


Luke Moran (Braintree); Quinn Gangadharan, Lucas Aramburu, Benji Bromberg, Jon Diaz (Brookline); Andrew Swallow, Ben Burgess (Framingham); Smith Charles, Isaiah Woodley (Milton); Owen Chase, Stan Smudin, Peter Ryan, Connor Giersch, Devon Choi (Natick); Aaron Camille, Alex Warner, Tommy Jordan (Needham); Forrest Kaplan, Theo Burba, Andrew Mah, Nico Theophanis, Marco Leo, Otis Love (Newton North); Aidan Mulligan (Norwood); Josh Cohen, Derek Chalmers, Colby Zarle (Wellesley); Matt Cronin, Dave Glavin, Gerry Mackin, Christian Quinn, Sebastian Radel, Josh Tennant (Weymouth)

MVP: Theo Burba, Smith Charles


Noah Johnson, Carlos Alves, Floradan Bazile (New Bedford); Ricardo Francois, Jaylynn Ellerbe Cundiff, Marvin Dure, Allan Belleuve, Cedric Souffrant, Nathaniel Derolus, Abubakar Ghelle, Immanuel Fernandes, Anthony Lynch, Zion Barber-Amado, Shannon Thomas, Carl Marcellin, Damario Brown, Jordan Williams, Benvindo Chicha (Brockton); Cameron Rogers (Durfee)


Francis Sosa-Baez (Brighton); Courtney Chuo (J.E. Burke); Christopher Michel, Reggis Osirus (Charlestown); Dominic Russo, Marcus Heard (East Boston); Ezra Taub (Latin Academy); Dasonte Bowen, Gemsly Cajuste, Yosther Rosales (O’Bryant); Promise Ugiagbe (Snowden); Jair Ayalas (South Boston); Oested Mondesire (Tech Boston)


Siveny Augustin, Sean McA’Nulty (Archbishop Williams); Andrew Doyle, Connor Hamilton, Sean Kay, Brian Morgan, Ned O’Keefe (Arlington Catholic); Michael Joyce (Austin Prep); Jack Bowers, James Dignan, Aiden Hill, Jack Keenan, Zach Mizioch, Simon Vinci, Sean Walsh (Bishop Fenwick); Carolo Alves, Michael Bowen, Ryan Donahue, Michael Finneran, Jayden Germana (Cardinal Spellman); Samuel Kabeya, Jozane Porter (Cristo Rey); Fred Lu (St. Joseph’s); James Brumfield (St. Mary’s)

MVP: James Brumfield


Matthew Zawaski, Ryan Jones, Raymond George, Christopher Borge, Ronan Devlin, Alexander Simoneau, Martin Dupuy, Aidan Corrigan, Jackson Craig (Bishop Feehan); Ben Carlson, Aidan O’Malley (Bishop Stang); Rich Bartlett, Joe Bonneau (Martha’s Vineyard); Mike Norton, Lucas Jacques, Noah Slivka (Coyle-Cassidy)


Nate Douglas, Colin Levis (Attleboro); Cordel Smith, Tyler Brogan, Dylan Kehoe (Franklin); Aeden Angelone, Michael Griffin (King Philip); Kevin Crawford, Jareme DiLorenzo, Patrick Heavey, Nick Horn, Dan Knight, Kevin McCree, Kalin Petrov, Collin Rice, Michael Shannon (Mansfield); Patrick Brogioli, Jack Kalil, Joseph Madden (Milford); Mario Bresko, Omar Jasseh, Tau Preacher, Jonathan Shultz, Matthew Tarantino, Dylan Weir (North Attleboro); Jack MacAdam, Kalil Matier, Jason Windvogel (Oliver Ames); Christopher Gong, Matthew McManus (Sharon); David Bell, Nicholas Joyce, David Peters (Stoughton); Jadin Bruneau, Jacob DeAndrade, Jahmeir Lewis, Joe Manchester, Owen O’Gara (Taunton)

MVP: Michael Shannon


Colin Melo, Zack Poitras, James Vacanti, Andrew Benson, Topher Frank, Evan Vasconcellos, Javyir Stanley (Diman); Gabriel Etim (Southeastern); John Aguiar, Nathan Craig-Machado, Sam Harstad (Bishop Connolly); Jordan Samford, Damani Wright, Kevin Opoku, Romani Alicea, Jimpson Sanon, Jamaal Chambers, Gouabi Pires (Southeastern)

MVP: Zack Poitras, Jimpson Sanon


LIBERTY: Lucas Honohan, Dan Crooke, Andrew McGovern, Nick Porter, Eli Gappelberg, Thomas Lingard, Cam Holland, Kazu Uda-Thatch, 4x100 relay (Lexington); Max Klikiewiaz, Ben Turner, Brendan Tumwesign, Jacob Casey, Elisha George, Terrell Jones, Padraic Murphy, Marcus Qualls (Woburn); Raffi Burger, Zach Tseng, Bryan Huang, Merrill Barnes, Alex Rokosz, Calvin Perkins, 4x400 relay (Belmont); Ryan Oosting, Jeff Candell, Harold Thidemann, Noah Arons, Roger Buckley (Arlington); Thomas Allardi, Andrew Yatsuhashi, Jymel Nortelus, Andrew LeBlanc, Chris Wheeler, Jacob Lim (Reading); Ethan Graylin, Bila Shakeel, Chris DeCaro, Troy Ethenhoffer (Winchester)

Co-MVP: Brendan Tumwesigye, Calvin Perkins

FREEDOM: Rishabh Prakash, Nirmal Patel, Tom DeRosa, Michael Pavao, Christian Boyadjiev, 4x400 relay (Burlington); Riley Brackett, Sam Morey, Carter Margolis, Matt Greatorex, Billy Stevens, Rohan Singhvi, Tommy Lucey, Marc Biennestin, Brian Smith, Joe Carmilia-Smith, Thomas Galvin, Charlie Senior, Patrick Redmond, 4x100 relay (Wakefield); Nathan Monges, Liam Rittenburg, Peter Lewis (Melrose); John Kenney, Sam Vince, Nolan Kane, Sean Braz (Wilmington); Anthony Magazzu, Jake Luongo, Max Davis, Mike Reilly (Stoneham); Mange Camara, Ben Landry (Watertown)

MVP: Mange Camara


Phillips Magre, Jackson Anderson, Quency Bocage, Marcus Thomas, Jiovanny Pierre, Moise Nazaire, Wady Jimmenez Santana, Elijah Jefferys (Somerville); Juan Avelino (Lynn English); Dariel Canela, William Aylward, Shane Braz, Marc Alpren, Connor Ramos, Claudio Rocha (Peabody); Marc Smith (Gloucester); Oussama Ourich, Yousef Lahkikty, Omar Asousy, Ameen Anwar (Malden); Joseph Varghese (Swampscott); Harchdy Souffrance, Jason Maitre (Everett);

MVP: Phillips Magre


KEENAN: Will Rittrich, Chris Chaisson, James Miele, Peter Rusinak (Duxbury); Brendan Bettencourt, Sam Oomen Lochtefeld, Tristan Del Aguila, Zach Passios, Joe Marwil (Hingham); Jack Ryan, Andrew Newman (Whitman-Hanson); Alex Wengryn, Angelo Monsini, Rey DaSilva, Jake Dwyer, Zack Greeley, Jeff Yang, Jimmy Riley, Bryan Ryder (Plymouth North)

KEENAN MVP: Chris Chaisson

FISHER: Victor Weppert, Brendan Shortall, Nick Zeoli, Strickland Davis (Plymouth South); Cam Anderson, Frank Campbell, Colton Cappa, Roman Frattasio, Spencer Gagnon, Justin Gaiser, Noah Gordon, Cole Radke, Will Richards, Chris Spellman, Alex Wengryn, Charles Wright (Pembroke); Dominic Laptiste, Nathan Sleiman (Quincy/North Quincy)

FISHER MVP: Nathan Sleiman


Dejury Amado, Avery Harpe, Alexander Dacruz (Greater New Bedford); Kyle Koehler, Paul Sousa, Isaac Tucker, Noah Couitt (Case); Jahmal Silva, Issac Nascimento, Bradley Harunkiewicz (Wareham); Will Garcia, Matthew Brogioli, Adam Sylvia, Harry Smith, Anthony Childs (Old Rochester); Jordan Henry, Andrew Cabral, Connor Pozzi, Matthew Silveira (Seekonk); Kaiden Swainamer, Jimmy Sferrazza, Adam Seablom (Apponequet); Seth Cordeiro (Dighton-Rehoboth); Kyle Murphy (Somerset Berkley)


Cam Kergo (Mashpee); Luke Forristall, Bryan Katilus, Gio Cacciatore, Evan Dyer, Jordan Dauphlin, Rob Solari, George Dixon (East Bridgewater); Dylan Cleaves (Rockland); Steven O’Driscoll, Chris Poirier, Matt Cawthorne, Will Murphy, Ethan Hayes (Norwell); Xavier Curney, Brice Tolan (Abington); Noah Lanner, Torey Vator, Jimmy Barone (Cohasset/Hull); Sawyer Shaw, Dom Craig, Zack Fisher, Chris Showan (Carver); Armani Mette, Chibita Ihunwo (Randolph); Jacob Studley, Ian Gilson, Cameron LaBree, Benjamin Gibson (Middleboro)

MVP: Steven O’Driscoll


Lucas Bittig, Collin McGlynn (Medway); Ethan Carr, Cameron Picard, Josh Jones, John Larose (Bellingham); Alex Brown, Garrett Prucher, Nathan Pucci, Justin Normandeau (Hopkinton); Paul Wisnaskas, Ian Pereira (Norton); John McNeil, Ryan Eng, Noah Garfield, John Churchill (Medfield); Erik Linden, Spencer Robbins, Owen Searle, Daniel Bennett, Oliver Fried (Dover-Sherborn); Patrick Wade, Zach Conant (Westwood); Cam Connell, Sean Keast, Carter Mikkelsen (Holliston); Dan Labadini, William Chu (Dedham)

SMALL MVP: Lucas Bittig

LARGE MVP: Noah Garfield



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          Hospitalist Physician - Locum Tenens - Lexington, KY      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Posted on: 2018-07-11

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Forestlawn Rd, Hillside St, Lexington Rd &amp; Lorindale St. The Waterloo Region Record is seeking Contractors to deliver the daily paper 6 days a week on the...
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          Electric Vehicles(EV): Investing Billions!      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
At, Constance Douris, Vice President of the Lexington Institute, tells readers of the coming wave of investment in Electric Vechicles (EVs). Automakers are all in on EVs, and there is a wave of public money behind them. Douris writes (abridged): In coming years, automakers will unveil dozens of new electric vehicle (EV) models. Ford alone […]
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MO-LEXINGTON, 74D Chemical Operations Specialist Job Description As an Army National Guard Chemical Operations Specialist, you'll be there and prepared whenever a community is flooded, an earthquake shakes the foundations of a city, a hurricane makes landfall, or an enemy uses biological or chemical warfare. You will know what to do to evacuate the area, control the situation, and solve the problem. In order to
          Personal Lines Account Manager - Salem Five - Lexington, MA      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Receive and process client requests via telephone, mail or walk-in to include completing paperwork, entering and updating account information on insureds’ risk...
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          Two Years Later: Lexington Medical Center’s Clinical Expansion      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Lexington Medical Center is more than two years into the largest hospital expansion in South Carolina history. From more patient rooms and parking to educational space and enhanced dining options, this three-year project will help LMC continue to meet the health care needs of patients and their families. Construction of the new patient tower, 955-space […]
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Forestlawn Rd, Hillside St, Lexington Rd &amp; Lorindale St. The Waterloo Region Record is seeking Contractors to deliver the daily paper 6 days a week on the...
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          Personal Lines Account Manager - Salem Five - Lexington, MA      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Receive and process client requests via telephone, mail or walk-in to include completing paperwork, entering and updating account information on insureds’ risk...
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          Nonpoint announces North American summer tour w/ He Is Legend and Letters From the Fire      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Nonpoint have announced a summer North American tour with He Is Legend and Letters From the Fire. The group will be supporting their latest effort X, which is scheduled to arrive on August 24th via Spinefarm. The trek kicks off on August 21st in Lexington, KY and currently scheduled to conclude on September 19th in […]
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LEXINGTON, Ky. — Local tattoo artist Jory Belden has created a book of preconceived conversation topics for clients refer to and choose from during their…

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          Lee, Robert E. in Memory      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Robert E. Lee, a Confederate general during the American Civil War (1861–1865) and president of Washington College in Lexington until his death in 1870, is one of the most revered figures in American history. Lee's place in history is complicated, however, and the way that he has been remembered has changed over time. During his own life, Lee modeled himself after the courtly and self-controlled George Washington and cultivated a sense of himself as a character in a drama and a prisoner of fate. After his death, Lee was less likely to be branded a traitor; instead, he became a symbol of the Lost Cause interpretation of the war, transformed into a crucial agent of sectional reconciliation. The Civil War, according to the Lost Cause, was not about slavery but about states' rights and, ultimately, the honor and bravery of white soldiers on both sides. In this regard, Lee served the needs of not just the Confederacy or of the South, but of all America. The civil rights movement of the 1950s and 1960s encouraged historians to engage a broader social and political canvas when writing about Lee, and this has led some scholars to challenge traditional conclusions about Lee's significance and meaning. Like Washington, Lee is the seminal figure in a transformational moment, but of a different sort. He is the symbol of a vision that failed, and yet also the redeemer of a cause that has lived a long and often tragic afterlife.
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          Ballet Hispanico Comes to The Vail Dance Festival      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Ballet Hispánico, the nation's premier Latino dance organization, brings its bold and eclectic brand of contemporary dance to the Vail Dance Festival for the first time in August 2018.

"We are thrilled to be part of this renowned festival that is meeting the need for diversity head-on with its innovative pairings of artists of all genres," said Artistic Director & CEO Eduardo Vilaro.

"Ballet Hispánico has been a trail-blazing force in so many ways," said Vail Dance Festival Artistic Director Damian Woetzel. "I am so pleased to have this wonderful opportunity to feature the company at the Festival in several performances which share different aspects of their unique power as an American dance treasure."

The Company will be a part of four unique programs:

NOW: Premieres, August 6, 2018 at 7:30pm, Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater

A collection of new pieces commissioned by the Festival from some of today's most renowned and emerging choreographers will be performed by ballet, modern, and contemporary dance artists. The evening will include a new work by emerging ballet choreographer Claudia Schreier, who has set the piece on Chris Bloom and Dandara Veiga from Ballet Hispánico.

Dance for $20.18, August 7, 2018 at 7:30pm, Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater

A mixed-bill evening for everyone with guest artists from the 2018 Vail Dance Festival, including Eduardo Vilaro's Danzón, which The New York Times called a "crowd pleaser." Initially evolved from Haitian contradance, the danzón has been called the official dance of Cuba. Mr. Vilaro has taken this traditional and quintessentially Cuban dance form and reinvented it with contemporary language to construct a joyous celebration of music and movement.

Dancing in the Park, August 8, 2018 at 5:30pm, Avon Performance Pavilion

Ballet Hispánico presents its family-friendly En Familia performance to the extraordinary stage of the Avon Performance Pavilion at Nottingham Park. The Company will present excerpts from their repertory in an exploration and celebration of the diversity of Latino cultures through the dialogue of dance. Children from Celebrate The Beat's Pop Hop Camp will also perform.

Ballet Hispánico, August 9, 2018 at 6:30pm, Vilar Performing Arts Center

The evening's program will feature Gustavo Ramírez Sansano's CARMEN.maquia.An exhilarating contemporary take on Bizet's beloved composition that Dance Magazine called "divinely elegant," the piece was recently featured on PBS' Lincoln Center at the Movies. The physically charged and sensual choreography fuses contemporary dance with nods to the Spanish paso doble and flamenco.

For tickets and more information, visit

Ballet Hispánico, the premier Latino dance organization in the United States, brings individuals and communities together to celebrate and explore Latino cultures through dance. Whether dancing on stage, in school, or in the street, Ballet Hispánico creates a space where few institutions are breaking ground.

The organization's founder, National Medal of Arts recipient Tina Ramirez, sought to give voice to the Hispanic experience and break through stereotypes. Today, Ballet Hispánico is led by Eduardo Vilaro, an acclaimed choreographer and former member of the Company, whose vision of social equity, cultural identity and quality arts education for all drives its programs.

Ballet Hispánico, a role model in and for the Latino community, is inspiring creativity and social awareness in our neighborhoods and across the country by providing access to arts education.

Eduardo Vilaro joined Ballet Hispánico as Artistic Director in August 2009, becoming only the second person to head the company since it was founded in 1970. In 2015, Mr. Vilaro took on the additional role of Chief Executive Officer of Ballet Hispánico. He has been part of the Ballet Hispánico family since 1985 as a dancer and educator, after which he began a ten-year record of achievement as founder and Artistic Director of Luna Negra Dance Theater in Chicago. Mr. Vilaro has infused Ballet Hispánico's legacy with a bold and eclectic brand of contemporary dance that reflects America's changing cultural landscape. Born in Cuba and raised in New York from the age of six, he is a frequent speaker on the merits of cultural diversity and dance education.

Mr. Vilaro's own choreography is devoted to capturing the spiritual, sensual and historical essence of Latino cultures. He created over 20 ballets for Luna Negra and has received commissions from the Ravinia Festival, the Chicago Sinfonietta, the Grant Park Festival, the Lexington Ballet and the Chicago Symphony. In 2001, he was a recipient of a Ruth Page Award for choreography, and in 2003, he was honored for his choreographic work at Panama's II International Festival of Ballet. Mr. Vilaro was also inducted into the Bronx Walk of Fame in 2016 and was awarded HOMBRE Magazine's 2017 Arts & Culture Trailblazer of the Year.

The outdoor splendor of the Colorado Rocky Mountains is the backdrop each summer as the unique mountain town of Vail plays host to a collection of the world's finest dancers. Under the artistic direction of Damian Woetzel, the Vail Dance Festival, now in its 30th year, has become renowned for its artistic excellence, unique programming, commissioned works, and one-of-a-kind artistic collaborations. More than twenty thousand people from around the world descend each summer on Vail, a vibrant cultural destination, for the Festival's two-week residency. The Festival's spirited atmosphere transforms the village into a culturally-rich environment that is inviting to dance aficionados and newcomers alike. In addition to regular performances, the Festival features robust community programming and education events, drawing on its roster of visiting artists, in addition to year-round personnel who focus on arts education in the Vail Valley. In the fall of 2016, the Vail Dance Festival presented for the first time a season outside of its Colorado-base, with a series of acclaimed performances at New York City Center entitled Vail Dance Festival: ReMix NYC. The Vail Dance Festival is a project of the Vail Valley Foundation, which since 1981 has fulfilled its mission to enhance and sustain the quality of life in the Vail Valley by providing leadership in arts, education, and athletics. The Vail Valley Foundation's work is made possible by generous individuals and support from Cornerstone Partners GMC, EverBank, and Vail Resorts. For more information, visit

The Vail Valley Foundation is a nonprofit with the mission to enhance and sustain the quality of life in the Vail Valley by providing leadership in arts, education and athletics. The organization is known for its work in education with YouthPower365, which provides programming to more than 4,200 local children with early childhood, K-12, and scholarship programs. The Vail Valley Foundation also provides the Vail Valley with several of its most treasured annual events, such as the GoPro Mountain Games, the EverBank America's Winter Opening, the Birds of Prey FIS World Cup races, the Colorado Classic cycling race, the Vail Dance Festival and the Whistle Pig Vail concert series. The Vail Valley Foundation was the organizing body for the Alpine World Ski Championships in Vail and Beaver Creek in 1989, 1999, and 2015. It also manages and operates the Vilar Performing Arts Center in Beaver Creek Village and the Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater in Vail, providing more than 100 concert, Broadway, dance, and family events per year.

          Busty babe Quinn Wilde rides Lexington bbc      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

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          Service Tech./Maintenance, Good Pay, Training, Part Time      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
KY-Lexington, Call to apply 1-248-451-0847 Earn $190.00+ Per Day Vent Cleaning & Maintenance Will train, Part Time, Flexible Hours Right now our company is training entry level service technicians for residential dryer vent cleaning in your area. We have been in business since 1983. If approved you'll be going to customers homes in your area and cleaning out residential dryer vents. The work is very enjoyable,
          Walmart closing one store in Lexington, three in Louisville      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Walmart is closing its store on Richmond Road and Man o' War as of Aug. 10. “The decision to close our Richmond Road store is not an easy one, but, … Click to Continue »
          ‘Seriously the best thing ever.’ Target introduces ‘Drive Up’ to Lexington stores.      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Have you ever been tempted by the smell of buttery popcorn when you enter a Target store? Is there a time when you've bought an inexpensive item you didn't really … Click to Continue »
          This Lexington restaurant just got profiled by the New York Times. Here's why.      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
It isn't every day that the New York Times profiles a local restaurant. But Lexington's DV8 Kitchen isn't just any restaurant. The social enterprise, opened by Rob and Diane Perez … Click to Continue »
          Lexington restaurants plating up summer’s best all over town      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The good news for summer veggie lovers continues, with more dinners and restaurant events planned. Here's an update: Azur Restaurant Patio and Restaurant is bringing back its Bluegrass Farmers Market … Click to Continue »
          Bird’s-eye view of closing Richmond Road Walmart      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Walmart on Richmond Road, Lexington's first Walmart, will be closing. … Click to Continue »
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A Lexington man charged with starting fires on two separate dates might have been trying to target an ex-girlfriend who lived in the apartment building. A Fayette County grand jury … Click to Continue »
          How credit repair companies work      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

This post is sponsored by Lexington Law Firm No matter what you do, others will judge you. Normally, that shouldn’t matter. But when it comes to credit scores, the people doing the judging tend to have a lot of impact on...

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          Finance Director / VP - Tech Company (Strategy & Leadership Focus)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
MA-Lexington, Global Software / Tech company is seeking an experienced VP / Finance Director to join their global finance team. With over $300M in revenue they are a leader in the industry and still seeing explosive growth of over 20% year-over-year. This opportunity is within the global HQ of the organization and will become an active member of an already impressive leadership team. As the VP / Finance Directo
          Surface Mobile Mouse el ratón del Surface Go, en reserva en España      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Tras la disponibilidad de Surface Go y el teclado Surface Go Type Cover ahora llega a España el nuevo Surface Mobile Mouse, al igual que los dos anteriores disponible en reserva. Siguiendo el diseño de los dos precedentes de la familia Surface Go, el nuevo ratón viene en tres colores: burdeos, platino y azul cobalto. Del mismo modo el peso es realmente reducido y se queda en solo 78 gramos incluidas las dos pilas.

El Surface Mobile Mouse viene con un precio de 35.99€ y aunque ya puedes reservarlo, no será hasta el 27 de Agosto cuando se anuncia su disponibilidad.


Bluetooth 4.01/4.1/4.2

Frecuencia inalámbrica

Rango de frecuencias de 4,2 GHz

Alcance inalámbrico

33 pies (10 metros) al aire libre, hasta 16 pies (5 metros) en un entorno típico de oficina


4 botones: izquierdo, derecho, rueda y encendido/apagado (se empareja con una pulsación larga)


Rueda metálica para el desplazamiento vertical y clic con el botón de la rueda
Emparejamiento rápido para emparejar fácilmente el ratón con el ordenador; compatible con la Actualización de abril de 2018 de Windows 10 o posterior

Características personalizables

Ajuste de la resolución X-Y
Reasignación de funciones del botón de la rueda
Cambio del clic con el botón izquierdo y clic con el botón derecho
Personalización de la rueda
Notificación del nivel de la batería


Tecnología BlueTrack exclusiva de Microsoft en Windows 10/8.1


El dispositivo debe admitir Bluetooth 4.0 o superior (Nota: muchos dispositivos Apple y Windows 7 no son compatibles con Bluetooth 4.0)


78 g incluidas dos pilas alcalinas AAA


2 pilas alcalinas AAA (incluidas)

Duración de la batería

Hasta 12 meses de uso normal


1 año


107,20 mm x 60,30 mm x 25,80 mm

Puedes reservar tu Surface Mobile Mouse en la Microsoft Store con el siguiente enlace.

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          Freedom Of Speech And The Civility Debate      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
First, Stephanie Wilkinson, owner of The Red Hen restaurant in Lexington, Virginia, upset by many of President Trump's policies, asked White House press secretary Sarah Sanders and her party to leave her restaurant – politely by first-hand accounts.
          Best things to do in New York City this weekend, July 12-15       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

The final nights of Manhattanhenge 2018, free outdoor movies with booze, a Bulletproof Coffee pop-up and more things to do in New York City this weekend.

Free outdoor movies with booze

Brooklyn Bridge Park’s annual free screening series Movies with a View on the waterfront with the Manhattan skyline as your backdrop is back every Thursday through August. This year’s theme is She Talks, She Directs, She Spins, with female speakers (from comedians to politicians) and DJs accompanying women-directed films. Smorgasburg vendors will sell food, plus wine and beer, alongside movies starting with Desperately Seeking Susan. July 12-Aug. 30, 6 p.m., Harbor View Lawn, Pier 1, Brooklyn Bridge Park, free,

Your last chance at Manhattanhenge 2018

Twice a year, you have a chance at Instagram glory as the sunset lines up with Manhattan’s street grid, creating a phenomenon that literally stops traffic. Your final chance to capture Manhattanhenge 2018 is Thursday, July 12 at 8:20 p.m. and Friday, July 13 at 8:21 p.m. A cloudless sunset is expected on Thursday! Your best places to watch are at 14th, 23rd, 34th, 42nd and 57th streets. After the show on Thursday only, a bunch of Midtown bars and restaurants will have specials from 8-10 p.m.

Try the Bulletproof life

Bulletproof coffee may have started out by urging you to put butter in your coffee to, they claim, improve brain function. Since then, Bulletproof has become an entire “lifestyle experience” that you can, err, experience at their pop-up shop opening Thursday. Dubbed as a "human upgrade facility dedicated to biohacking,” the store includes an oxygen bar and a “garden” of whole body vibration plates, plus wellness events like yoga and guided meditation. July 12-Aug. 3, 83 Mercer St. in SoHo, free

Get to know miso

Miso is one of the most complex flavors in Japanese cooking. Get to know the ubiquitous ingredient at The Multitudes of Miso at Brooklyn’s Museum of Food and Drink. Maiko Kyogoku and Emily Yuen, the respective owner and executive chef of Bessou, explain how miso is made, how it varies by region, and its flavor profiles — plus tastings, of course. July 12, 6:30 p.m., 62 Bayard St., Brooklyn, $20,

See just how funny women can be

Can women even be funny? Satirical female magazine Reductress continues to answer this rhetorical question off the page, onstage, with a new monthly comedy show at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in Hell’s Kitchen. ”Haha, Wow!”is hosted by Nicole Silverberg and stars a rotating cast of top female comedians from across the city who tackle the hilarious themes of female empowerment, body positivity and tips for having the great sex you deserve. July 12, 8 p.m., UCBT Hell’s Kitchen, 555 W. 42nd St., $9,

Cocktails and dancing in the name of France

Celebrate French independence at NYC’s official Bastille Day Ball at Club 404. Held by the Committee of French-Speaking Societies, and blessed by the Ambassador of France to the U.S., it’s about as authentic as you can get without a passport. You’ll enjoy themed snacks and a cash bar, raffling off a trip to Paris, and dancing to Chloe Perrier and the French Heart Jazz Band, as well as DJ Olivier Meiji. VIPs get reserved seating, a full buffet and an open bar. July 13, 6 p.m.-midnight, Club 404, 404 10th Ave., $30-$135,

Pee-Wee with a milkshake

Revisit a disturbing childhood classic that surely made an impact on any millennial lucky enough to catch it when it premiered in 1985: Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure, starring Paul Reubens, will get a special one-time screening in 35mm at Alamo Drafthouse this Thursday. Accompanying Tim Burton’s genre-buster about a determined bike vigilante is a themed menu suitable for the manchild inside us all; it includes the notorious Mr. Breakfast and a Drive-In Milkshake. July 14, Noon, Alamo Drafthouse, 445 Albee Square West, Brooklyn, $35,

Visit Africa in Harlem

Harlem hosts its annual street festival celebrating the best of Africa this Saturday with a day full of food, music and fashion. Go Africa Harlem! will feature eight grills with traditional tastes from across the continent, as well as two stages with performers including Sekouba Bolomba, Afrikan Kartel, Ashe Jam Band, Noli Spy Ypsilon and DJ Birane. The festival supports development among the African and Caribbean diaspora. July 14, 10 a.m.-6 p.m., 116th Street btwn. Seventh and Eighth Aves., free,

No man is an island, but Manhattan is

Learn about the ecosystems that literally keep Manhattan afloat with City of Water Day, which combines fun and educational activities for all ages entirely free, this Saturday, at the South Street Seaport. Spanning topics from health and wellness to conservation, activities include free boat tours on the East River, live music and stage performances, face-painting, food vendors, hands-on craft booths, fishing lessons and even a life-size cardboard kayak race. July 14, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Pier 17, South Street, free,

A day-long feast of Asian cuisine

They say the way to someone’s heart is through their stomach — and that’s the approach of the Happy Family Night Market, a daylong fest celebrating Asian-American culture through food. However, you won’t just find the typical rows of vendors selling authentic cuisines and packaged snacks this weekend; there’s definitely that, but also films, panels, art, music and more. You can attend during the day, or just pop in for the late-night karaoke after-party hosted by Bubble_T. July 14, 1:30 p.m.-4 a.m., 99 Scott, 99 Scott Ave., Brooklyn, $7-$22,

Shop up-and-coming indie products

Support some of the city’s most innovative young artists and artisans this weekend when FAD Market returns to Boerum Hill. It’s the second of three summertime Makers Markets taking place at the Invisible Dog Art Center (with the third and final residency coming July 28-29). Over 50 craftspeople and vendors will come together to sell everything from soaps and lotions to original jewelry and home decor. There are also toys and treats for the whole family, including pets. July 14-15, 11 a.m.-6 p.m., The Invisible Dog Art Center, 51 Bergen St., Brooklyn, free,

Vive la France!

Celebrate Bastille Day in style with the French Institute-Alliance Francaise this Sunday. Their annual Bastille Day Block Party begins with a live screening of the World Cup showdown, followed by Champagne and live jazz music. Later, there’s a French market and live theatrical performances, the chance to win a trip to Paris, and tastings from the South of France. July 15, 11 a.m.-5 p.m., E. 50th Street btwn Lexington and Fifth Ave., free-$14,

          The French Connections      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
From the Huguenots to Monument Avenue, Richmond has many cultural links to the land of the Gauls.

Bastille Day is July 14 and France has conquered the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, for the summer at least, with the visually sumptuous special exhibition, "Napoleon: Power and Splendor." But for more than 300 years, a city that cultivates its ties to England has been fascinated by France, connected with its people and both was influenced by and sought its culture.

The Huguenots
Memorials to the French Huguenots who settled west of the Falls around 1700 include a high school and a bridge connecting River Road with, well, Huguenot Road. These resourceful Protestants had fled persecution from Louis XIV and the Catholic Church. Although the first wave of 207 refugees were headed for the Virginia-North Carolina border, William Byrd I, a major landowner along the James, lured them to what is now Powhatan County where they were to be a buffer from Native Americans and become farmers. But the sect was drawn to trade and industrialism and drifted westward into what became Cumberland, Goochland and Fluvanna counties. By 1750 they had deserted their settlement of Manakin Town and married into local English families.

Marquis de Lafayette
Despite Americans' sense of manifest destiny, their break from England was a long shot. That made the new nation especially grateful to the military prowess and generosity of the Marquis de Lafayette. The 19-year-old nobleman left France in 1776 to join the Continental army and was a valued member of George Washington's staff. In 1781, when Gen. Benedict Arnold sailed up the James and marched into Manchester he soon retreated, knowing that Lafayette's troops waited across the river in Richmond. The Frenchman was essential to defeating the British at Yorktown.

One of Lafayette's staff who worked effectively in espionage was James Armistead, a slave from New Kent County. After the Revolution, Armistead was freed. He assumed the name Lafayette and was awarded a pension.

Back in France, Lafayette refused a position with Napoleon's government. In 1824 he took an extensive good-will tour of the U.S. An honorary banquet was held in Richmond at Masons Hall in Shockoe Bottom. Chief Justice of the United States John Marshall presided.

Today, Lafayette's bust by Jean-Antoine Houdon graces the statehouse rotunda.

The Maison Carrée, Nimes France
Few people wax poetically about a building. But in 1787 Thomas Jefferson wrote of the Maison Carrée, a well-preserved Roman temple in Nimes, France: "I gaze upon her like a lover would his mistress." Earlier, Jefferson, then ambassador to France, had engaged French archeologist Charles Clerisseau to design a Capitol for Richmond that would capture the building's spirit.

Initially, local contractors weren't up to giving the Capitol design justice. But in 1906, Richmond architect Noland & Baskervill got its own adaptation of the Maison Carrée correct with Second Baptist Church at 9 W. Franklin St. Today the edifice is an elegant element of the Jefferson hotel complex.

Chevalier Quesnay de Beaurepaire
Beaurepaire, a late 18th century French émigré, was among the first foreigners to volunteer in 1776 for service in the American Revolution. Afterwards he acted on suggestions to start a French academy in Richmond to teach the "polite arts." Richmonders, he wrote: "are inclined to encourage none [of the polite arts] except dancing." Soon after constructing a theater at East Marshall and 12th streets, he visited Petersburg and Norfolk, slightly larger communities than Richmond, to raise money. He then sailed to Paris, hoping his countrymen would support the scheme. But they, like U.S. Ambassador Jefferson, were not encouraging. He never returned to Richmond and his facility became a city auditorium. The state convention that ratified the federal Constitution met there.

La Rochefoucault-Liancourt
In 1796, La Rochefoucault-Liancourt, an aristocrat with democratic beliefs, visited Virginia. His diary offers vivid snapshots of Richmond in the late the 18th century. The scholar was frequently unimpressed: "Gaming is the ruling passion of the Virginians; after Pharo, dice, billiards, at every imaginable game of hazard, they lose considerable sums."

Upon traveling from Williamsburg to Richmond he wrote: "I did not see twenty houses: and such I saw were mean and wretched." More positively he noted Richmond's stock of brick houses and its hilly topography and was delighted by Manchester: "The well-built town… [is] ornamented by an infinite number of trees… [that embellish] the sweet, variegated, agreeable and romantic perspective.

The Houdon statue of George Washington
Jean-Antoine Houdon's depiction of George Washington in the Virginia Capitol rotunda was sculpted from Carrara marble during the 1780s. The brilliant French artist, who spoke no English, stayed at Mount Vernon for two weeks to observe the retired general and do preliminary work. Two years later the final product was delivered from Paris. Today it is considered the nation's most valuable piece of sculpture.

Maximillian Godefroy, landscape architect
Although Jefferson's and Clerisseau's Capitol was occupied in 1788, it wasn't until 1817 that the grounds were landscaped to become Capitol Square. French architect Maximillian Godefroy created allées of trees to create axial relationships and formality. Although much of his work was undone decades later, his handiwork still exists in the walkway descending toward Bank Street from the Washington Monument and the roadway linking the Executive Mansion to Ninth Street.

Future King Louis Philippe
As a young man, Louis Philippe, the future king of France, spent 21 years in exile, many during Napoleon's reign. Three of those years were with his two brothers and their dog visiting American cities. But the back country beckoned to him: he wanted to know how every day people lived. Donning buckskin outfits the brothers traveled south on today's Route 11 through Winchester, Lexington and Christiansburg. They found Mrs. Tease's tavern in Staunton one of the nation's worst. Some years after Napoleon's reign, in July 1830 he was proclaimed King of the French People. Decidedly more down-to-earth than previous royals, he was the last French monarch.

Sculptor Antonin Mercié
If Virginians turned to Paris for a great sculptor to depict George Washington after the Revolution, a century later they again engaged a renowned French artist for the design of a monument to Confederate Gen Robert E. Lee. By Memorial Day 1890 the equestrian statue by artist Antonin Mercié had arrived in Richmond and been lugged by white school children from Rocketts Landing to Monument and Allen avenues. Then it was hoisted onto a high pedestal — where it continues to inspire heated debate today.

Monument Avenue
When planners envisioned Monument Avenue they turned to Paris, the city that gave boulevards their name, for inspiration. Beginning in 1850, as a way to quell insurrections, twisting Paris streets were replaced with sweeping and straight landscaped boulevards, all envisioned by public administrator George-Eugene Haussman.

In the 1890s Richmond took a lesson from this French playbook to create one of the nation's most beautiful and famous streets.

Dr. Stuart McGuire and World War I
In 1917, with the U.S. entry into World War I, Richmond surgeon Dr. Stuart McGuire closed St. Luke's Hospital and became the head of United States Base Hospital No. 45 in Toul, France. McGuire, the dean the Medical College of Virginia, was joined by a staff of some 40 colleagues in medicine and nursing who operated eight miles from the front, serving 17,000 wounded.

Col. Claudius Crozet
Claudius Crozet was an engineer in Napoleon's army who emigrated and taught at the United States Military Academy. He later moved to Virginia upon being appointed principal engineer for the commonwealth. He lived at 100 E. Main St. from 1828-1832, a house still standing. He was also a founder of the Virginia Military Institute and chairman of its first board of visitors.

In Virginia the irascible genius also worked with private companies, especially in designing railroads. The 1840s were particularly fertile years. From 1845-49 he taught at Richmond Academy, a well-thought-of but underfunded school. In 1849 he engineered a major rail tunnel through the Blue Ridge Mountains. At the end of his career he retired to Midlothian where he lived with his daughter and her husband. First buried at Shockoe Cemetery here, his remains were moved to a prominent spot at VMI.

General Ferdinand Foch
On Nov. 23, 1921, French Gen. Ferdinand Foch, supreme commander of the Allied armies, visited Richmond while touring the United States and Canada after having helped bring World War I to a conclusion. Given a hero's welcome, Gov. Westmoreland Davis and Mayor George Ainslie met him at Broad Street Station. En route to a Jefferson hotel luncheon, his motorcade stopped at the Lee monument for a wreath-laying. He later reviewed 3,000 marchers, including Benedictine and John Marshall High School cadets. Tours of Civil War battlefields and a dance at the Blues Armory on East Marshall Street (soon to undergo restoration) rounded out the itinerary.

Shirley MacLaine plays "Irma La Douce"
Shirley MacLaine, born at Richmond's St. Luke's Hospital in 1934, received her third Academy Award nomination in 1963 for best actress in the title role of Paris' most successful lady of the evening in "Irma La Douce." The romantic comedy co-starred Jack Lemmon as a police officer with a soft heart. Billy Wilder directed.

MacLaine, whose father Ira Beaty was the principal of Westhampton elementary and high schools and whose mother pushed her into showbiz, began dance lessons at age three with Julia Mildred Harper whose studio was in Ginter Park. As "Irma La Douce," MacLaine danced and delivered some high kicks to Andre Previn's Oscar-winning score.

La Petite France
Richmond once had few upscale restaurants and any national acclaim as a dining destination — such as L'Opossum being anointed the South's best restaurant in 2018 by Southern Living — was unimaginable. But the 1971 opening of La Petite France at 2108 Maywill St. in a warehouse district changed that.

Wedged between discount stores, a fitness center, and a doggy day-care center, Style Weekly critic Davis Morton wrote in 2001: "Once inside the restaurant, that ugly commercial world is left behind [for] the pleasant formality and serenity of the softly lighted room, fresh flowers, and crisp napery. There is a club-like ambiance because so many [patrons] know each other and are known by Chef Paul [Ebling] and his hostess-spouse Marie–Antoinette. … It's as French as you get around here."

The Eblings sold the beloved restaurant and, two owners later, it closed in 2006.

Louis Malle directs "My Dinner With Andre"
Frenchman Louis Malle, an Oscar-winning film director, created a sensation here in winter 1981 during the filming of "My Dinner With Andre" at the Jefferson hotel, then not restored.

The script by playwright and actor Wally Shawn had languished for years since most couldn't envision filming a two-hour conversation between friends. But Richmond native Jeffrey Ullman, a designer and friend of Shawn's, got the script to Andrew and Ginny Lewis: The president of Best Products and his wife were film aficionados and became backers of the low-budgeted production. Avoiding unions, and with the blessing of George Ross, the Jefferson's owner who charged no rent, the hotel ballroom stood in for Manhattan's Café des Artistes.

The Richmond opening was at the Biograph cinema, the afterparty at Virginia Commonwealth University's Anderson Gallery. Some critics named "My Dinner with Andre" the year's best film. Until Steven Spielberg's "Lincoln" in 2012, it was the most famous movie shot in Richmond.

The Mellon and Lewis collections of French art
Those seeking a visual jolt of French art and design should visit the Lewis-Mellon Wing of the Virginia Museum of Arts. It's a triple treat. First is the Paul and Rachael Mellon collection of French impressionism with a delightful treasure in Edward Degas' "Little Dancer Fourteen Years Old," of 1881. As the painter was losing eyesight, he turned to working in clay.

Secondly, are two collections established by Richmond philanthropists Frances Lewis and her late husband, Sydney. Their holdings in art nouveau and art deco furniture and decorative arts anchor a sumptuous world-class collection that continues to grow.

In 1985 the Mellons and Lewises teamed up to the build the museum's west wing as the repository for their treasures.

The Richmond French Film Festival
Twenty-five years ago, husband and wife Peter Kirkpatrick and Francoise Ravaux-Kirkpatrick (above), professors of French literature and film studies at Virginia Commonwealth University and the University of Richmond, respectively, founded the Richmond French Film Festival.

The ambitious celebration of French cinema presents contemporary features and short and classic films. The program benefits from Richmond's relative proximity to the French embassy in Washington.

Every March, the French tricolor is unfurled in Carytown near the festival's venue, the Byrd. The historic movie palace is a fitting setting: If you squint, it resembles the glorious Paris Opera house. For another French connection, festival receptions are sometimes held at VCU's Scott House. It is an 1911 copy of the Petit Trianon, Marie Antoinette's opulent Versailles hideaway.
Vive la France! S

          Black Swan Books Owner "Disagrees Strongly" with Bannon's Views      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

It appears that Richmond is the latest stop on the national story line regarding the public shaming of Trump officials.

Saturday, Black Swan Books owner Nick Cooke called police after a woman in his store confronted Steve Bannon, former White House chief strategist and former chairman of Breitbart News, the fringe right wing media organization. Bannon grew up in Richmond and attended Benedictine High School.

The as-yet-identified woman reportedly yelled obscenities at Bannon, who was looking at books, and Cooke told the Richmond Times-Dispatch that he asked her to leave, then called 911 when she did not. Richmond police confirmed to the newspaper that a call was made but that it was canceled. The woman had left.

"We are a bookshop. Bookshops are all about ideas and tolerating different opinions and not about verbally assaulting somebody, which is what was happening," Cooke told the Times-Dispatch.

Unsurprisingly, the story caught fire on social media and in the national media, following as it did various high profile public confrontations with Trump officials, including the ejection of Sarah Huckabee Sanders from the Red Hen restaurant in Lexington.

Regarding the Richmond story, two distinct sides have taken shape: Those who believe the bookstore owner had a right to protect any customer from abuse, and many more who believe the owner and his shop should be punished, or boycotted, for defending an alleged racist.

Some on social media immediately speculated that Cooke and Bannon were friends because the Times-Dispatch story noted that Cooke offered no comment when asked if he had a personal relationship with Bannon, because he wanted to respect his customer's privacy, he said. Bannon has been known to visit Black Swan Books in the past; other tweeters also pointed to older news stories involving Cooke's wife.

Cooke has since posted this message on his store's website:

On Saturday, July 7, 2018, a person entered Black Swan Books and repeatedly shouted obscenities at a customer, Steve Bannon. While I personally disagree strongly with Mr. Bannon's political views, I will not allow someone to shout obscenities at any customer in our bookstore. I certainly regret that some are upset or offended. I did my best to deal with an unexpected and difficult situation.

Since the story broke, a former aide to Hillary Clinton tweeted out the address and phone number for Black Swan, which was retweeted thousands of times.

Calls to Black Swan Books went unanswered: The voicemail was full. The store is only open on Fridays through Sundays.

Richmond's moment in this spotlight may be shortlived though, as protesters just chased Mitch McConnell away from a restaurant chanting "Turtle Head."

          Tuesday Night      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
   So WWNY reports CM Brad Minnick was not offered the job on a more long term basis....That's interesting as I thought his benign and down low style was suiting the Council.
   That means somebody else will get the offer.
    Also tonight I decided to take an alternative route home from Southport and make it an overnight trip as 825 miles in one day is too much...So I diverted over to Lexington VA to take a look at the infamous Red Hen, the eatery that booted Sarah Sanders recently. I didn't have a reservation and they were busy, but I ask anyway...I was cordial and so were they but no soup for me, so I found a place around the corner.
    It's a cute little building and inside, I can see the appeal to the upscale.. Their action with Ms. Sanders was wrong....not because they turned her away but because they took the reservation, seated the party and began serving them.
    I see the Chinese are imposing tariffs on products from CDs that supported Donald Trump, with an eye towards undermining the President's political base...That means the Chinese are tampering with out elections….Will Mr. Mueller launch a probe of that ? Crickets from him and those shopping the Russian narrative.
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          Director of Cyber Security - Digital Prospectors - Lexington, MA      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Bogeys slow Green at Jr PGA Championship      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A string of bogeys stymied her attempt to climb up the leader board as Medina’s Melanie Green shot a 4 over par 76 today in the third round of the girls Jr PGA championship at Kearney Hill Golf Links in Lexington, Kentucky. Green, who will be a junior at Medina High this fall, entered the […]
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