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          Bikerumor Pic Of The Day: The Ohio River, Kentucky/Indiana      Cache   Translate Page      

Photo submitted by Bill Kramer, “I live in New Albany, Indiana. New Albany shares the Ohio River border with Louisville, Kentucky. On the Indiana side of the river lies 3 connecting cities, New Albany, Clarksville, and Jeffersonville that I ride thru to reach the Big Four Pedestrian Bridge. The Big Four Pedestrian Bridge spans between […]

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          Rotating Equipment Specialist      Cache   Translate Page      
KY-Louisville, We are looking for a Rotating Equipment Specialist in our Louisville, KY Facility. A perfect candidate will. Promote discipline knowledge exchange and quality application through technical coaching in order to achieve high-performance standards. Mentor engineers and other disciplines by providing appropriate on-the-job training for their professional development. Provides technical expertise and s
          Lead Product Engineer      Cache   Translate Page      
KY-Louisville, Yanfeng Automotive Interiors (YFAI) is the global leader in automotive interiors. YFAI is redefining how people relax, work and play in their vehicle interiors today and decades from now. Headquartered in Shanghai, the company has 114 manufacturing plants and technical centers in 20 countries and more than 33,000 employees globally. They design, develop and manufacture interior components for all
          Staff Accountant      Cache   Translate Page      
KY-Louisville, A-Line Staffing is seeking a qualified candidate for the position of Staff Accountant located in Louisville, KY Please review the desired qualifications listed below and apply or contact Nate Namiotka with questions. Responsibilities include: Reconcile and prepare journal entries for necessary transactions for facility bank accounts including coordination with accounts receivable Prepare and enter
          PIT Operator      Cache   Translate Page      
KY-Louisville, Job Description Staffmark is hiring a PIT Operator in Louisville, KY! What you'll do on a typical day: Operate powered industrial lift trucks and order picker to push, pull, lift, stack or move product, equipment or materials Use an RF gun with a high level of accuracy Load and unload trailers as required Maintain a clean environment at all times Work in a warehouse environment (hot and cold) with
          MRO Buyer      Cache   Translate Page      
KY-Louisville, Job Purpose: Maintains construction schedule by planning purchases; identifying suppliers; obtaining materials and supplies; arranging delivery. Duties: * Plans purchases by reviewing materials and supplies requirements from plan package, contracts, and change orders. * Obtains quotes by forwarding materials and supplies requirements to supplier; evaluating alternative materials and supplies. * Pl
          Informatica Developer      Cache   Translate Page      
KY-louisville, Experienced ETL Informatica Developer who will be interacting with business users and members of the technical team on the design and development of highly scalable ETL processes utilizing Informatica. • Minimum 5 years' hands-on experience developing ETL code with Informatica's PowerCenter software • Knowledge and experience with Erwin data modeling is a plus - 3 years of business/technology work
          Machine Operator Helper      Cache   Translate Page      
KY-Louisville, IMMEDIATE OPENINGS AT BRADY CORPORATION ON NATIONAL TURNPIKE!!! We are looking for experienced Machine Operator Helpers and Production Workers. This position is responsible for handling material, performing quality inspection and packaging of goods under direct supervision. This is a temp-to-hire position for the right candidate!!! Responsibilities: -Verify product meets specifications including d
          Network Infrastructure Engineer      Cache   Translate Page      
KY-Louisville, Title: Infrastructure Engineer Location: Louisville KY Duration: Long Term Need a strong infrastructure background like server build, install, access, firewall and security Verint or call recording exp if possible
          Supply Chain Information Coordinator      Cache   Translate Page      
KY-Louisville, About our company: arvato - the spirit of solutions! We at arvato provide a comprehensive range of services and solutions to our business partners in the consumer electronics, high-tech, telecommunication, networking and industrial sectors. With more than five decades of experience and our global footprint we create value for our customers and ensure that they are well equipped for the challenges
          Retail Sales Specialist Full Time      Cache   Translate Page      
KY-Louisville, Summary Retail Sales Specialist FULL Time Our company has the perfect opportunity for a candidate that looks forward to new product releases by top companies. This full time Retail Sales Specialist job is a fantastic opportunity for an individual who can work effectively with store management to increase sales and execute client-driven merchandising that meet the client’s expectations. The sales r
          Database Administrator      Cache   Translate Page      
KY-La Grange, If you are a Database Administrator with SQL experience, please read on! We are located just outside of the beautiful Louisville, KY area and we are an industry leading insurance company that has been proudly serving the area for over 30 years! We are widely known for our unparalleled customer service and outstanding reputation. To stay ahead of our competition, we work with some of the most cutti
          Cold Foods Cook      Cache   Translate Page      
KY-Louisville, Cold Foods Cook Belmont Village Senior Living Louisville, KY NO LATE NIGHTS!!! Part Time w/Flexible Schedules $13 an hour #ind #GD #MON ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Reports to Cook Manager to determine day’s objectives. Prepares foods daily as outlined on the Food Production Worksheet from the Seven Day Menu Cycle. Works at cold foods/ grill area during meals. Prepares and slices meats and cheeses. Prepare
          Line Cook      Cache   Translate Page      
KY-Louisville, Line Cook Belmont Village Senior Living Louisville, KY NO LATE NIGHTS!!! Full Time w/Benefits Flexible Schedules $13 an hour #GD #MON PURPOSE This position performs multi-functional duties related to food preparation, set-up, service and clean-up. This position is responsible for maintaining a high quality of food and presentation. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Supervises shifts food production in the absen
          Machinist I      Cache   Translate Page      
KY-Louisville, Job Description Must be capable of setting up and operating a wide range of machine tools to include but not limited to: Planer Mill, Radial Drill, Engine Lathe, VTL, HBM, Jig Bore, Vertical and Horizontal Hone, ID Grinder, OD Grinder, Surface Grinder, Centerless Grinder, conventional Mill/Lathe, and CNC/NC Mill/Lathe. Is required to make complex setups and precise alignment of workpieces in the m
          Outside Sales/Route Sales      Cache   Translate Page      
KY-Louisville, Mac Tools doesn't just offer a job. Our company provides opportunities for fulfilling route sales careers where you can build their own businesses selling our world-class automotive tools to automotive professionals. Imagine your day in a mobile tool store, on a protected local route, selling one of the most recognizable & respected tool brands in the world. We are always looking for great people
          VoIP / Telecom Engineer      Cache   Translate Page      
KY-Louisville, TCI has an immediate need for a VoIP/Telecom Engineer in Louisville, KY. This is not a Corp2Corp opportunity. This is a contract-to-hire opportunity. In addition to competitive, market-rate based pay, employer provides Comprehensive Medical/Dental Insurance, 401k, Life Insurance and Long Term Disability benefits, cell phone and laptop computer. Please note that this position requires US Citizenshi
          Warehouse Packer      Cache   Translate Page      
KY-Louisville, Temperature Controlled!!! Weekly Paychecks!!! Randstad is staffing for full time Warehouse Packing positions located off of Outer Loop near The Jefferson Mall Pay rate: $12.00 2nd Shift Shift will be approx 8-10 hour shifts due to working until all orders are out each day. Responsibilities: Responsibilities include but are not limited to: Memorize Packaging specs Select Correct Packaging and compo
          DEMAND, THE UNITED STATES ATTORNEY GENERAL, INVESTIGATE, PROSECUTE, THIS CORRUPT, CITY GOVERNMENT, PUBLIC OFFICIALS      Cache   Translate Page      

Ever since, 1865, when this American Civil War, abolished, Slavery in America, are all of this City, of Louisville, Kentucky, generations, of Black Americans, Peoples, and Families.

Who, being racially, discriminated, who are not being allowed, to become, productive, profitable, self-reliant, self-sufficient, financially, independent, to ensure, that they remain, living in poverty. 


Why in 1941, this racists, City Government, built, these 83 buildings, 803, two-story, apartments, for the specific, purpose, to segregate, these poor, Black American, Peoples, and Families, from this City, productive, profitable, self-reliant, self-sufficient, financially, independent, White Americans, and mockingly, named, Beecher Terrace Apartments. 1/

Caused, by all of these inherited, corrupt, racists, tyrants, oppressors, overlords, who are all of these City Government of Louisville, Kentucky, organized crime, public officials, for their purpose, to get rich.

Ever since, to get rich, embezzling, billions, of these Federal Governments, funds, and grants, intended, to provide this City, Black American, Peoples, and Families, with fit, decent, safe, sanitary, healthy, habitable, living, housing, conditions, to provide, for their educations, to provide, for their sick, and the homeless.

To get rich, why these racists, corrupt, City Government, purposely, never removed, eradicated, airborne, lead based paint dust particulates, neurotoxins, why they never maintained, to purposely, cause, black molds, T2, trichothecene, mycotoxins.

To get rich, by causing, all of these, unsuspecting, generations, of Black American, Peoples, and Families, to cause, permanent, bodily harms, to change unborn, DNA, brain damages, genetics, to cause, all of these unborn, generations, to inherit.

To get rich, by causing, all of these, inherited, unborn, generations, memory losses, vision losses, hearing losses, attention deficit disorders, learning disabilities, school dropouts, depressions, angers, anxieties, aggressions, criminalization's, incarcerations.

To get rich, by causing, as each year, passes, to worsen, intensify, to cause, all of these generations, not to be educable, productive, profitable, self-reliant, self-sufficient, financially, independent.

To get rich, by causing, all of these, generations, of survivors, forced, to vacate, break their leases, court evicted, homeless.

To get rich, by causing, all of these City, generations, of Black American, Peoples, and Families, to remain, living in poverty.

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          Exclusive: TANTRIC Premiere “Letting Go” Video      Cache   Translate Page      
BraveWords is premiering the official music video for "Letting Go," from Louisville rockers Tantric, the single from the recently released Mercury Retrograde album. The video features footage from Tantric's live shows and illustrates how the band knows how to have a good time on the road. Mercury Retrograde is the...
          Air Cargo Carriers Crash at Yeager Airport, West Virginia      Cache   Translate Page      
READ THE DESCRIPTION YOUR MIND WILL BE BLOWN! On May 5, 2017 an Air Cargo Carriers Short 330-200 (N334AC), subcontracted by UPS and operating as Air Cargo Carriers Flight 1260 was destroyed upon impact with the runway at Charleston-Yeager Airport ("CRW"), West Virginia. Both crew members were fatally injured. The flight had originated from Louisville International Airport, Louisville, Kentucky and was cleared to land on runway 05 at CRW. Because the aircraft had fewer than ten passenger seats and was being operated under Part 135, it was not required to be equipped with, nor had it been voluntarily equipped with, a flight data recorder or a cockpit voice recorder The aircraft struck the runway approximately 340 feet beyond the landing threshold, breaking into pieces as it departed the side of runway 05, continuing down a steep ravine and ultimately coming to rest in a wooded area. UPDATE: A large collection of NTSB investigatory products for this accident can be found at http://tiny.cc/cargocrash. Among other things, they paint a rather damning picture of Air Cargo Carriers' safety culture. For example, NTSB published SMS messages from the accident first officer to a friend (from a different flight): FO: 01/17/2017 23:24:56 Captain is sleeping. I'm gonna need you to keep me entertained for the rest of the flight Friend: 01/17/2017 23:26:24 Wait wait wait. There's a pilot and a co pilot, and right now the pilot is asleep and the co pilot is texting. Is that accurate? FO: 01/17/2017 23:27:09 Yes Additionally, NTSB's analysis of the surveillance videos concluded that the aircraft was descending at 2309 feet per minute and ~92 knots over the ground at the time it contacted the runway. It was also concluded that when the aircraft first struck the runway it had a left bank angle of 42 degrees and a pitch angle of 14 degrees nose down. The cloud base at the time of the accident was estimated to be approximately 680 feet.
          True Frame Overo Tb mare- broke, sound, sane. Jc, Apha, RPSI Westfalen      Cache   Translate Page      
 Gazis Style: aka Stella 2008 JC/APHA/ Westfalen-RPSI MM book l. 16 hands by the stick, correct, solid build, nice bone and easy keeper. 2 foals with prior owners. We own/stand her sire and have multiple half siblings. No longer breeding and hope to see someone else continue breeding this line. Half siblings from paternal line racing and showing in Eventing and hunter breeding. The Blue Eyed Streaker line is known to produce great minded horses with correct conformation and talent for multiple disciplines. Photos of paternal siblings shown Serious inquiries only. Reasonably priced for easy sale. To see more, come have a look. Echo Hill Farm - Louisville, Kentucky

          DONALDSON, Velma Lee      Cache   Translate Page      
DONALDSON, Velma Lee 88, of Dayton, born June 18, 1930 in Louisville, MS, passed away Thursday, November 1, 2018. Homegoing service 1:30 pm...
          Temporary Drivers Needed for Leading Ground Delivery Company - Company Vehicle      Cache   Translate Page      
KY-Louisville, Temporary Drivers Needed for Leading Ground Delivery Company - Company Vehicle Flexible Schedules. Extra Cash. Temporary Drivers Randstad Sourceright is hiring temporary Drivers to provide transportation services to FedEx Ground, one of our company’s most admired clients. Enjoy the rewards of this fast-paced job and a chance to work with an industry leader. Qualifications include:* • 21 years or o
          Group Underwriter Sr. Waukesha, WI, Indy, IN, St Louis, MO, Louisville, KY, PS2751      Cache   Translate Page      
WI-Waukesha, Description Anthem, Inc. is one of the nation's leading health benefits companies and a Fortune Top 50 company. At Anthem, Inc., we are working together to transform health care with trusted and caring solutions. Bring your expertise to our innovative culture where you will have the opportunity to make a difference in people's lives, and to take your career further than you can imagine. Responsibl
          Comment on Ed Peak: Louisville football is on life support, needing a transplant by Bradley Dunn      Cache   Translate Page      
As much as I love the Brohms I don't know if he even could clean up this mess & I would absolutely hate seeing Jeff & his family receive the ire that Bobby & his family is receiving right now from the Louisville fanbase. Alienating the first family of Louisville football would be a bad look & make it an even tougher hire in the future and with the current financial woes Vince needs to be certain this is the right move, maybe not put all of his eggs in one basket. Go Cards!
          Next Embrace Webinar: ‘Tough Talks on Sexuality in Urban Contexts’      Cache   Translate Page      

The next Embrace webinar, “Tough Talks on Sexuality in Urban Contexts,” will be a conversation with William Mack, founding pastor of Grace Community Covenant Church in Louisville, Kentucky.

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          Clemson's big day impresses Ole Miss running back commit      Cache   Translate Page      


No. 2 Clemson rushed for 492 yards and had three backs go over the 100-yard mark in Saturday’s 77-16 demolition of Louisville. Not a bad way to impress one of the top running backs in the 2019 recruiting cycle, a back that also happens to be committed to Ole Miss.

          Nation's top linebacker prospect for 2020 recaps awesome Clemson visit      Cache   Translate Page      


One of the nation’s top linebackers for the 2020 recruiting cycle made his first visit to Clemson for last weekend’s big win over Louisville, and now the Tigers are fighting for a spot at the top of his list.

          Louisville Cardinals vs. Boston College Eagles [WOMEN] Tickets (AwesomeSeating) $23      Cache   Translate Page      
Tickets available for Louisville Cardinals vs. Boston College Eagles [WOMEN] on Sunday, February 24

          Louisville Cardinals vs. Miami Hurricanes [WOMEN] Tickets (AwesomeSeating) $23      Cache   Translate Page      
Tickets available for Louisville Cardinals vs. Miami Hurricanes [WOMEN] on Sunday, February 17

          Louisville Cardinals vs. North Carolina Tar Heels [WOMEN] Tickets (AwesomeSeating) $23      Cache   Translate Page      
Tickets available for Louisville Cardinals vs. North Carolina Tar Heels [WOMEN] on Thursday, Jan 3

          Louisville Cardinals vs. Nebraska Cornhuskers [WOMEN] Tickets (AwesomeSeating) $5.96      Cache   Translate Page      
Tickets available for Louisville Cardinals vs. Nebraska Cornhuskers [WOMEN] on Thursday, November 29

          Louisville Cardinals vs. Virginia Cavaliers [WOMEN] Tickets (AwesomeSeating) $23      Cache   Translate Page      
Tickets available for Louisville Cardinals vs. Virginia Cavaliers [WOMEN] on Thursday, Jan 17

          Louisville Cardinals vs. Tennessee State Lady Tigers [WOMEN] Tickets (AwesomeSeating) $5.96      Cache   Translate Page      
Tickets available for Louisville Cardinals vs. Tennessee State Lady Tigers [WOMEN] on Sunday, Dec 2

          Louisville Cardinals vs. Tennessee-Martin Skyhawks [WOMEN] Tickets (AwesomeSeating) $5.96      Cache   Translate Page      
Tickets available for Louisville Cardinals vs. Tennessee-Martin Skyhawks [WOMEN] on Tuesday, Dec 4

          Louisville Cardinals vs. Syracuse Orange [WOMEN] Tickets (AwesomeSeating) $23      Cache   Translate Page      
Tickets available for Louisville Cardinals vs. Syracuse Orange [WOMEN] on Thursday, February 7

          The NBC University Theater - The Gambler (12-27-50)      Cache   Translate Page      
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The Gambler (Aired December 27, 1950)
The World's Great Novels was a radio series, directed by Homer Heck, which presented adaptations of classic novels. Broadcast on WMAQ, Chicago, and NBC from 1944 to 1948, it was initially heard Saturdays at 7pm during the first 1944-45 season and then moved to Fridays at 11:30pm. Music for the series was composed by Emil Soderstrom and conducted by Bernard Berquist. The Chicago-based programs were a production of The NBC University of the Air. Through agreements with the University of Louisville, the University of Tulsa and Washington State College, listeners could receive college credit through accredited, radio-assisted literature correspondence courses. THIS EPISODE December 27, 1950. NBC network. "The Gambler". Sustaining. A portrait of the Russian fascination with Lady Luck. Andrew C. Love (director), Dan O'Herlihy, Don Stanley (announcer), Ernest Kinoy (writer), Fyodor Dostoyevsky (author), Georgia Ellis, Nestor Paiva, Noreen Gammill, Ramsay Hill, Scott Forbes, Wade Arnold (producer). 29:53.

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          Report: NCAA given OK to investigate teams mentioned in corruption scandal      Cache   Translate Page      
Among the programs mentioned in the FBI investigation were Kansas, Louisville and NC State.
           Horrific Video Shows 4 Cops Hold Man Down as One Smashes His Face in With a Taser       Cache   Translate Page      

The Louisville Metro Police are in the spotlight this week after a citizen’s video was uploaded to social media showing an officer pound a man’s face in with his taser, as his fellow officers hold him down during an arrest. According to police, they were responding to an alleged fight outside the Nowhere Bar in Louisville early Sunday morning when they encountered Matthew Murphy. Police claim Murphy attacked them and they had no other choice but to engage. The video does not show this attack.


          Escrow Customer Service Rep needed!      Cache   Translate Page      
CO-Louisville, Job Description: Are you seeking a fast paced organization that offers a unique, highly satisfying work experience? If so, your search stops here! Amazing Software Company seeking Escrow/Title clerk to be the Escrow Expert for both the clients and the software development team. Qualifications and Duties: - 4 or more years of experience in Escrow and Title - Knowledge in Closing - College education
          University Of Louisville Diversity Administrator Regrets Sending Anti-Trump Email To Students Ahead Of Midterm Election      Cache   Translate Page      
She regrets getting caught. Via Fox News: A diversity administrator apologized after sending a campus-wide email just ahead of the midterm elections urging University of Louisville students to oppose several of President Trump’s policies. Mordean Taylor-Archer, vice provost for diversity and international affairs, sent an email to the campus community on Wednesday encouraging students to […]
          Voting Now Open For The 2018 BroadwayWorld Louisville Awards!      Cache   Translate Page      

Voting is now open for the 2018 BroadwayWorld Louisville Awards, brought to you by BroadwayHD! Nominations were reader-submitted and now our readers get to vote for their favorites.

Regional productions, touring shows, and more are all included in the awards, honoring productions which opened between October 1, 2017 through September 30, 2018. Our local editors set the categories, our readers submitted their nominees, and now you get to vote for your favorites! Voting will continue through December 31st, 2018.

Winners will be announced in January!

This year the BroadwayWorld Regional Awards are bigger and better than ever, including over 100 cities across America, Canada, Central and South America, Europe, and Asia!

Give the gift of Broadway to your friends and loved ones this holiday season with BroadwayHD! The revolutionary streaming platform offers subscribers unlimited on-demand access to over 250+ Broadway & West End productions, concerts and one-of-a-kind specials. From Cats to Cirque du Soleil, Gypsy and PUFFS, there is something for every theatre lover to enjoy. Watch your favourites over and over again from the comfort of your own couch. For more information on Broadway anytime, anywhere, head over to BroadwayHD.com


          American Heart Association and UofL team up for tobacco research      Cache   Translate Page      

By Marcella Shandor — The American Heart Association (AHA) awarded U of L almost $17.98 million will go to U of L to continue research to provide evidence for tobacco regulation. With this award, U of L can conduct research studies for the next five years on tobacco use and the harm it causes. President […]

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          Kentucky Chief Justice delivers state of the judiciary address at U of L      Cache   Translate Page      

By Joseph Lyell — Chief Justice John Minton delivered the 2018 State of the Judiciary address to Kentucky’s interim joint judiciary committee Nov. 2 at the law school’s Cox Lounge. Minton has headed Kentucky’s supreme court for 10 years. In his address, Minton highlighted Jefferson County’s October launch of a pilot program aimed at reducing […]

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          Macha Theatre Works Presents The PNW Premiere Of VEILS By Tom Coash      Cache   Translate Page      

Veils is a two-woman show featuring actors Fathiya Ritter and Alaji. The design team includes Parmida Ziaei (set/props designer), Sadiqua Iman (costume designer), Johanna Melamed (sound designer), Suzi Tucker (projection designer), Zanna King (lighting designer), Mike Stephens (tech supervisor), and Madison Silva (stage manager).

About the play: Intisar, a veiled African-American Muslim student, thinks she might finally fit in when she enrolls for a year abroad at the American Egyptian University in Cairo. Samar, her non-veiled Egyptian Muslim roommate, enlists Intisar's help in creating an internet blog about the practice of wearing veils (or not), in hopes of challenging Western assumptions about Muslim culture and bridging the gap between the West and the Middle East. As Egypt hurtles toward revolution, Intisar and Samar are surprised to find themselves on opposite sides of a bitter cultural divide. Will the violent events and emotions leading up to the revolution salvage their friendship or shatter it?

Veils will run November 30-December 16, 2018 at West of Lenin (203 N. 36th Street) in Seattle's Fremont neighborhood.

VEILS by Tom Coash Directed by Lia Sima Fakhouri Produced by Macha Theatre Works

Performance Dates: Nov. 30th - Dec. 16th, 2018

Time (all shows): 8:00 pm, Dec. 16th closing matinee at 2:00 pm

PWYC: Wednesday, Nov. 28; Industry: Monday, Dec. 10

Location: West of Lenin

203 N 36th St, Seattle, WA

Tickets: $15 - $25

Contact information:

www.machatheatreworks.com

tickets@machatheatreworks.com

Phone: 608.909.1252

Tom Coash - A New Haven, Ct. USA playwright, director, and dramaturge he spent three years in Bermuda and four years teaching playwriting at The American University in Cairo, Egypt. Coash was a Co-founder of the Offstage Theatre in Charlottesville, VA and has worked for such theatres as the Manhattan Theatre Club and Actors Theatre of Louisville. Coash has won numerous playwriting awards including Ensemble Studio Theatre's Hammerstein Award, The Kennedy Center's Lorraine Hansberry Award, and a Jerome Playwriting Fellowship. His work has been produced nationally: Portland Stage, InterAct Theatre, Abingdon Theatre, Ensemble Studio Theatre, Bailiwick Theatre, West Coast Ensemble, and many more. His play CRY HAVOC was recently produced in the South African National Arts Festival and had a second production at the University of Johannesburg where he was an artist-in-residence. His new play VEILS was named winner of the American Theatre Critics Association's 2015 "M. Elizabeth Osborn Award" for Best New Play by an Emerging Playwright. VEILS has also won the Clauder Competition at Portland Stage (Maine), was a recipient of the Edgerton Foundation National New Play Award, and was one of six Finalists for the American Theatre Critics Association's ATCA/Steinberg New Play Award.

About the Director

Lia Fakhouri is a recent Seattle transplant who hails from Dubai UAE. She is excited to be sharing this story about women in the Middle East and what it means to wear a Veil. In the past year, she has held the position of Artistic Casting Intern and Assistant Director at Seattle Repertory Theatre. Her credits include; Dry Powder, Here Lies Love, Well, Roz & Ray, and Vietgone. Lia most recently won Battle of the Bards at Ghost Light Theatricals and will be directing their spring show The Salem Witch Orgasms by Ali Davis. Lia has a BA in Theatre and graduated with Honors in Directing from UC, Irvine.

About Macha Theatre Works

Envisioning a world where fearless female voices thrive, Macha Theatre Works is a small, dynamic Seattle-based theatre company that produces exceptional new works featuring strong female characters. We are a nonprofit arts organization that strives to bring complex, provocative, empowering, innovative, eclectic, and diverse women's stories to the stage through professional productions, a new play reading series, and educational offerings. The company was founded in 2001 by Kristina Sutherland Rowell and Desiree Prewitt. In 2017, Macha transitioned the company under the leadership of Artistic Director Amy Poisson (director of Smoke & Dust, Happy, Happy, Happy..., The Clockwork Professor, The Tumbleweed Zephyr, A Hand of Talons, Blood/Water/Paint) and Managing Director Kyna Shilling (Melissa Hines Award for Outstanding Theatre Practitioner, 2016 Gregory Awards). Macha most recently produced the World Premiere of Smoke & Dust by local playwright Joy McCullough-Carranza at Theatre Off Jackson and the World Premiere of Happy, Happy, Happy... by Jenn Ruzumna and Lisa Every at the Erickson Theatre.

For more information on Macha Theatre Works, please visit www.machatheatreworks.com. You can reach us by phone at (608) 909-1252 or by e-mail at machapublicist@gmail.com.


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Voters' concerns about their health care could help decide some of New York's most competitive races for the U.S. House of Representatives today.

Voters already have a sense of how incumbent officials would vote on the repeal and replacement of the Affordable Care Act. New York Republicans helped the House approve the American Health Care Act in 2017. Of the state's nine Republican House members, seven voted for the party's American Health Care Act—Lee Zeldin, Peter King, John Faso, Elise Stefanik, Claudia Tenney, Tom Reed and Chris Collins—while Dan Donovan and John Katko voted against it.

The two most competitive House races statewide, according to polls compiled by the website FiveThirtyEight, involve Faso and Tenney, who voted for the House bill.

Democrats need 23 seats to win a majority in the House.

Delgado led 43% to 42% and Tenney led 46% to 45% “It’s hard to get much closer,” Siena College pollster Steven Greenberg said.

The American Health Care Act would have replaced the ACA's system of income-based tax credits to buy insurance with ones based on age and eliminated requirements for individuals to buy insurance and larger companies to provide affordable coverage. It also would have allowed states to waive rules that force insurers to cover essential health benefits. The effort to replace the ACA ultimately failed in the Senate.

"The politics of health care have changed fundamentally. The Democrats were playing defense two years ago to defend against the repeal of the ACA," said Michael Sparer, chair and professor of health policy and management at Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health. "A relatively unpopular bill across much of the country has become more popular. Many of them, if not regretting the vote, are regretting the political byproduct of the vote."

In New York's 19th district, which includes all or part of 11 counties in the Hudson Valley and Catskills, Faso is facing a challenge from attorney Antonio Delgado. The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee seized on Faso's vote in an ad opposing him, spotlighting his failure to protect people with pre-existing conditions. Delgado also has pointed to the age-based subsidy system of the AHCA as evidence that Faso supports charging older New Yorkers more to buy private insurance. Delgado supports a public option for people to buy into Medicare, which Faso has characterized as a government takeover of insurance.

A Monmouth University it's the right solution at the federal level. The state single-payer law has never reached a vote in the state Senate.

"Whether or not a couple of Republican seats like Claudia Tenney or John Faso [flip] is certainly part of the story nationally as to whether or not the Democrats could take over the House," Sparer said. "If Delgado and Brindisi both lost, that would be bad news for Democrats." —Jonathan LaMantia

 

Union ratifies new contract at Palisades Medical Center


About 860 Hackensack Meridian Health employees at Palisades Medical Center, represented by the Health Professionals and Allied Employees union, have ratified a new contract, the health system said Monday.

The new contract, ratified on Nov. 2, will enable the hospital to continue delivering safe and high-quality care to patients as well as sustainable and competitive wages for team members, Hackensack Meridian said in a statement.

The union said that 28 jobs will be added at the hospital over the next six months and wage increases will range from 8% to 10% over the three-year term of the contracts. Employees covered by the union include nurses and other health professionals.

"This contract preserves our rights to have a voice in patient safety and changes in our workplace," said Mickie Miquiabas, President of HPAE Local 5030, in a statement. "We fought back against an aggressive anti-union campaign and now we have a commitment that the hospital will hire more staff and continue to work with us to improve staffing levels and patient safety standards in our hospital."

In September, Meridian Health employees at long-term care facility The Harborage and HPAE ratified a three-year labor contract, the hospital and union said. Negotiations are continuing on the labor contract of about 1,200 nurses at Jersey Shore University Medical Center and about 290 nurses at Southern Ocean Medical Center. —Jennifer Henderson

 

Hunter College shares $13.5M grant for cancer disparities research


Hunter College has teamed up with Temple University to receive a five-year, $13.5 million National Cancer Institute grant to identify ways cancer prevention and treatment can be improved for Americans of African, Hispanic and Asian-Pacific descent.

Hunter, part of the City University of New York system, will create a Regional Comprehensive Cancer Health Disparities Partnership, and Temple's Lewis Katz School of Medicine will found the Fox Chase Cancer Center with the funds.

The partnership will work with communities in New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania to limit disparities in cancer cases and deaths across different demographic groups. It will focus on liver, lung and colorectal cancers.

Investigators aim to attract minority students to cancer research at the undergraduate, graduate, post-doctoral and faculty levels. The initiative will also include community-based research projects that aid in the prevention and early detection of cancer. For instance, it will study the prevalence of liver cancer in Asian-Americans, a group eight to 13 times more likely to develop the disease than others, mostly because of high rates of chronic hepatitis B, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said in 2016.

Researchers across multiple disciplines will look at how genetics, socioeconomic factors, access to care and cultural barriers affect cancer rates, said Dr. Olorunseun Ogunwobi, the principal investigator at Hunter College and the director of its Center for Health Disparities Research.

“It’s known that there is an interplay of multiple factors at multiple levels,” he said. “What’s less clear is the details of those interactions and opportunities for intervention.” —J.L.

 

City chooses new jobs services contractors for people with health barriers


Fedcap, a Manhattan-based nonprofit, will no longer administer the city's WeCare program as of Jan. 31, but the program will continue with a trio of new providers. WeCare provides employment and self-sufficiency services to individuals facing medical and mental health barriers.

Fedcap assumed management of 100% of the project back in April 2015, after fellow nonprofit and former WeCare provider Federation Employment & Guidance Service filed for bankruptcy. The program's contracts totaled $65 million.

Since 2012, 17,500 New Yorkers have been placed in jobs through the program, said Grant Collins, president of Fedcap, who oversees the WeCare contracts. "Fedcap Inc. is working with the new contractors to ensure that there is no interruption in these services," he said.

The new contractors are Bronx-based University Behavioral Associates; Louisville, Ky.–based ResCare in Brooklyn, Manhattan and Staten Island; and Reston, Va.–based Maximus in Queens.

"Fedcap's involvement will continue. All three of the bid winners will be using Fedcap's proprietary case-management software, which has helped make this program a success," Collins said. Fedcap also will serve as a subcontractor providing job-placement and other services in Queens.

About 500 employees will be affected by the WeCare transition, according to a WARN filing with the state Department of Labor. FedCap is connecting affected employees with the new providers as well as with other areas of service within FedCap, a spokeswoman for FedCap said. —J.H.

 

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Lying, demonisation and bigotry – are being actively, openly and relentlessly encouraged by a political leader

Three weeks before the midterm elections the first of several mail bombs started arriving at the homes or workplaces of Donald Trump’s critics, including the media, and kept coming for a week. The devices appear to have been sent by an unstable man radicalized by Trump’s rhetoric. A few days after the first mail bomb was found, an armed man tried to break into a black church in Jeffersonstown, Kentucky. When he found the door locked he went to a nearby supermarket and shot dead two elderly black people. When a white passerby with a gun challenged him he reportedly said: “Whites don’t kill whites.”

The next day an antisemitic gunman entered a synagogue in Pittsburgh and shot 11 people dead at prayer. The gunman was at least in part motivated by the notion that, through its support of the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society (Hias), the synagogue backed the caravan of Central American asylum seekers and immigrants coming through Mexico. Shortly before the attack he wrote: “Hias likes to bring invaders in that kill our people. I can’t sit by and watch my people get slaughtered. Screw your optics, I’m going in.” When he entered the synagogue he allegedly shouted: “All Jews must die.”

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The Breeders' Cup returned to Churchill Downs for the first time in seven years, and it was a rousing success by many measures, with handle and attendance ranking among the best in the championships' history, and memorable performances to boot.

America's most famous racetrack played host to the stars of racing and offered up a wonderful two days of pure spectacle. Despite massive amounts of rain on the days leading up, the main track was worked into marvelous condition, providing both speed and closers alike an equal chance at victory. Race days were cool but comfortable, but really these two autumn afternoons were all about the horses. Champions, or soon-to-be champions, with very few exceptions, ran their race, and the show was on.

Let's begin with the star of stars,
Enable. The European super horse was the one filly everyone wanted to see. Bringing over an impeccable record from Europe, the daughter of Nathaniel exuded class in the mornings as fawning fans snapped as many photos as time would allow. With Juddmonte Farm, John Gosden, and Frankie Dettori providing a right proper entourage, the stunning 4-year-old filly had it all, including back-to-back wins in Arc. But no horse had ever won at the Breeders' Cup only weeks removed from victory in the big one in France.

Enable was the perfect horse to put an end to the jinx. Despite the aptly named Magical running the race of her life, Enable was able to power her way to victory in what has to be one of the most popular international victories in Breeders' Cup history. We can now only hope that she returns to the U.S. again next year, in what could be an unprecedented Arc-Breeders' Cup Turf parlay.

One race following Enable's run to history in the Turf,
Accelerate put an exclamation point on a fantastic season. For whatever reason, the best older horse in America never quite captured the imagination of the majority of race fans, but on the biggest stage of all, he delivered. Breaking from the far outside post, and masterfully piloted by Joel Rosario, Accelerate left no doubt in this Breeders' Cup Classic. Capping a near perfect season off in style, he had plenty left in the stretch after a precision move to the lead to hold off the gallant late charge of Gunnevera.

Let the Horse of the Year debate begin: Justify or Accelerate? Either way there can be no doubting the excellence put forth by the 5-year-old son of Lookin At Lucky from start to finish in 2018. Much like Gun Runner, the champion will make his swan song in January's rich
Pegasus World Cup.

Of course, the win also gave John Sadler his first victory in the Breeders' Cup in 45 tries. Clearly 44 starters without a single victory had passed the point of frustration, but the 62-year-old conditioner had to have found great satisfaction in finally breaking through in the big one, and with his big horse. It was a classic way to halt a losing streak that needed to end.

Sadler was not the only trainer basking in the Breeders' Cup glow. Several conditioners had the time of their lives in Louisville, perhaps none more notable than Peter Miller. The California-based trainer won a pair of races at the championships last year at Del Mar with Roy H and Stormy Liberal, and this year, far removed from the sunny clime of Southern California, Miller repeated the feat with the same two horses. In consecutive years, the former groom for the legendary Charlie Whittingham remarkably had his classy, veteran sprinters primed for their absolute best on the first Saturday of November.

And what of the only horse to defeat Accelerate on the track in 2018? City of Light stepped out of the shadows with a monster performance in the Breeders' Cup Dirt Mile. Showing speed from the rail while being hounded by a host of challengers through fast fractions, the son of Quality Road demonstrated what a top horse he is with a dominating run down the lane to win in style. He's never run a poor race, and he's never been better than he was on Saturday at Churchill Downs. City of Light should be a top contender in a few months down in Florida for the Pegasus.

Enable may have been the brightest light, but this Breeders' Cup had no shortage of fantastic filly performances. What else can we say that has not already been said about
Monomoy Girl? The girl knows how to win. In fact, with a little racing luck, and a kinder ruling from the stewards, the chestnut daughter of Tapizar could easily be 11-for-11 lifetime. Returning to the scene of her previous biggest win, the Brad Cox trainee shined once again a wonderful combination of tactical speed and will to win. She's danced every dance, and now she's toppled older mares. What's next for the Breeders' Cup Distaff winner? Perhaps a date with the boys in the Pegasus. Wouldn't that be intriguing?

Other female stars included Sistercharlie, who posed an interesting question to Enable for the Eclipse Award for Turf Female with a sensational late charge in the Filly & Mare Turf. Meanwhile, Jaywalk was much the best in the Juvenile Fillies, but perhaps it is the Chad Brown-trained 2-year-old filly, Newspaperofrecord who has the most potential of all. She was scintillating for the third time in three starts, rolling over her competition Friday in the Juvenile Fillies Turf. There could well be an important trip to Europe in this one's future.

Then there was Joel Rosario. Without the notoriety of some, he is one of America's top riders. He proved it at the Breeders' Cup with a career defining kind of weekend. He already had six wins in the Breeders' Cup coming in, and he now has nine. Guiding Jaywalk to victory in the Juvenile Fillies seemed rather straightforward, but his rides aboard both Accelerate, and the Juvenile winner, Game Winner, were things of beauty. Both horses could have easily found trouble from their outside posts, but Rosario rode them perfectly as they patiently moved up from the outside, with plenty left in the tank for the final furlong.

The Breeders' Cup rolled the dice with a new format for its return to Churchill Downs, and the "Future Stars Friday" turned out to be a nice complement to the main course on Saturday. As host to the
Kentucky Derby and Kentucky Oaks, it was fitting to see the 2-year-olds have their own day under the Twin Spires. Will this all translate to glory in early May? 

Game Winner
certainly threw his hat into the ring as a big contender for the roses with his fourth professional and decisive victory in as many starts. Like Accelerate, he may not be the type to leave us gasping, but the son of Candy Ride gives every indication of being the real deal as we start to look forward to America's most prestigious race.

Sunny and warm, California will forever be a popular place for the Breeders' Cup, but once again, Churchill Downs proved why it should always be on the regular rotation. For numerous reasons, such as the location, its ability to draw internationally, a fair racing surface, and the majestic gaze down from the iconic Twin Spires, it will always be a fantastic host for the Breeders' Cup.


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Two contested seats flipped from Republican to Democrat as Louisville voters living in odd-numbered districts selected their Metro Council representatives.


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Louisville voters re-elected Mayor Greg Fischer, a Democrat, handing a defeat to Republican challenger Angela Leet and a number of other candidates.


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There were first-time voters and straight-ticket voters and some who, this go-around, switched sides. They went to the polls considering the caravan of migrants trudging across Mexico, their health insurance and their paychecks, an impotent Congress, and the nation's poisonous political culture that has divided even families and friends along party lines.

More than anything on this Election Day in America, in a midterm contest like no other before it, voters cast their ballots with one man in mind: President Donald Trump.

"Trump is terrifying and we need to make a change, so I've been encouraging my friends and family to vote," said Samantha Bohr, 26, casting her ballot in Parsippany-Troy Hills, New Jersey.

Nine hundred miles away, in Nashville, Tennessee, 50-year-old Robert DuBois arrived at his polling place wearing one of Trump's signature red Make America Great Again caps. "That's why there's a line out that door," he said. "You either don't want Trump's agenda or you do want Trump's agenda."

They joined millions of Americans who turned out in droves Tuesday – some lining up before the sun rose, some standing for hours or braving pouring rain or snow – to vote in an election that will determine control of Congress and render a verdict on Trump's first two years in office. The outcome could redefine the nation's political landscape for months and years to come.

Democrats need to gain 23 seats to take control of the House of Representatives, and hope to ride the wave of liberal fury that organized after Trump's surprising victory in 2016.

"My loathing for him knows no bounds," said Kathleen Ross, 69, a retired professor voting in Olympia, Washington, who described herself as a lifelong progressive. She said she was confident the country eventually would reject Trumpism and the divisive governing it represents. "I tend to think the arc of the universe bends toward justice, so I don't become discouraged."

Trump has sought to counter some of that rage by stoking anger, fear and enthusiasm in his base. In recent weeks, he's put the spotlight on a caravan of Central American migrants that he calls "an invasion" of criminals and terrorists. He ran an advertisement about immigration so racially incendiary that all three major cable news networks, including Fox News, either refused to air it or eventually decided to stop showing it.

Among some Republican voters, that message resonated.

"What's going on right now is pretty scary to me, at the border, with all those people coming, and I don't think I'm hardhearted or anything," said Patricia Maynard, 63, a retired teacher in Skowhegan, Maine.

When she voted for Trump in 2016, the blue-collar economy was her primary concern. Now, she said, immigration tops the list. She laments that Congress has so far failed to pass legislation to build the wall Trump promised along the border. So she voted for Republicans Tuesday, with hopes they would retain control and push Trump's agenda.

In Jefferson City, Missouri, Linda Rice believes there are criminals in the caravan. Both Rice and her husband, Richard, praised Trump's time in office, particularly his focus on the economy and his work to secure the border. "I just don't think that my tax money should be taken away from me and given to a person who came across the border illegally," Richard Rice said. "Get in line. Do it correctly."

Just ahead of Election Day, Trump sent military troops to the border – a move critics called unnecessary and a political stunt, given the migrants, many of them women and children fleeing poverty and violence, are traveling mostly on foot and remain hundreds of miles away.

For those who oppose Trump, the caravan controversy singularly represents what they find unconscionable about his presidency.

"He's always used the scare tactics and found an enemy to band against," said 24-year-old Enrique Padilla of Grand Rapids, Michigan. Padilla considers his own family an example of the American dream. His father migrated from Mexico as a laborer at 18, raised his family, and now Padilla has a college degree. The president's persistent demonization of immigrants galvanized him and many of his peers to vote against Republicans, Padilla said.

In Louisville, Kentucky, Mary Cross, a 64-year-old African-American voter, said she believes Trump uses issues such as immigration to distract from more important topics. "It's manufactured fear. It's uncivilized. It's just a bunch of mayhem for nothing. There's no substance to this," said Cross, who thinks the country should be talking about the Republican-led campaign to overturn the Affordable Health Care Act that protects people with pre-existing conditions.

Cross, and others, expressed a heightened sense of unease and sadness about the state of America's political climate. The election comes just days after a series of hate crimes and political attacks. Where Cross lives, a gunman tried to get into a majority-black church but found the doors locked and went instead to a nearby grocery store, where he gunned down two African-American shoppers in what police are calling a hate crime.

"Our president, with his rhetoric and vulgar language, continues to throw fuel on the fire. Racism has always been around, but since he's been in office, people feel free to express it and feel good about it," said the Rev. Kevin Nelson, the pastor of the Louisville church the gunman targeted. The congregation has received cards and calls from all over the country, from Christians and Jews and Muslims and atheists – and also a white man in Texas who said he was sorry about what happened and promised to cast his ballot against the rhetoric he believed to be igniting hate.

"You're always hoping that somehow, some way, someday, it's going to change," Nelson said before he voted Tuesday. "I'm hopeful that it could be this time."

The Simon Wiesenthal Center released a survey on the eve of the election that showed a quarter of Americans have lost friends over political disagreements and are less likely to attend social functions because of politics.

Odell White, a 60-year-old African-American conservative, described the country's tribalism as veering toward civil war.

"We are dangerously close to that type of mentality – brothers fighting brothers. That's how bad it is," said White, who supports Trump and voted for Republicans. Friends have turned away because of his political leanings. White said he doesn't like the president's aggressive rhetoric, but he's willing to overlook it because of the booming economy and the two conservatives Trump installed on the Supreme Court.

But Trumpism has proved too much for some.

In Portland, Maine, Josh Rent, 43, a small business owner and registered Republican, said he voted mostly for Democrats all the way down the ballot for the first time to protest Trump, who he believes is unnecessarily dividing Americans for his own gain. "He's just nasty," he said. "Life doesn't have to be this nasty, in my opinion."

If Democrats do win big, Tory Dibbins, a 53-year-old physical therapist from Portland, Maine, and herself a Democrat, has a warning.

"If you're going to talk about 'let's end the divisiveness and be inclusive' then you have to try to get people to be more bipartisan," she said. "You have to win people back to the center."


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          Ohio State Ranked No. 10 in the Second College Football Playoff Rankings       Cache   Translate Page      

Ohio State debuted at No. 10 in the College Football Playoff rankings last week, and that's where the Buckeyes stayed this week after a 36-31 win over Nebraska.

The top Alabama and Clemson remained in the top-two spots with Notre Dame sliding into the No. 3 spot after LSU's loss and Michigan moving up into the No. 4 spot. The next two teams on the outside are No. 5 Georgia and No. 6 Oklahoma.

Four other Big Ten teams cracked the top-25 with Penn State checking in at No. 20, Iowa at No. 21, No. 18 Michigan State and Michigan cracking the top six.

Michigan State's' No. 18 rankings sets up a top-20 matchup between the Buckeyes and the Spartans in East Lansing this weekend.

The complete rankings:

Rank # Team Record KEY GAMES
1 ALABAMA 9-0 #16 MISS ST (11/10), #24 AUBURN (11/24)
2 CLEMSON 9-0 @ #17 BOSTON COLLEGE (11/10), SOUTH CAROLINA (11/24)
3 NOTRE DAME 9-0 #13 SYRACUSE (11/17), @ USC (11/24)
4 MICHIGAN 8-1 @ #10 OHIO STATE (11/24)
5 GEORGIA 8-1 GEORGIA TECH (11/24)
6 OKLAHOMA 8-1 OKLAHOMA STATE (11/10), @ #9 WEST VIRGINIA (11/23)
7 LSU 7-2 @ TEXAS A&M (11/24)
8 WASHINGTON STATE 8-1 @ COLORADO (11/10), #25 WASHINGTON (11/23)
9 WEST VIRGINIA 7-1 @ OKLAHOMA STATE (11/17), #6 OKLAHOMA (11/24)
10 OHIO STATE 8-1 @ #18 MICHIGAN STATE (11/10), #5 MICHIGAN (11/24)
11 KENTUCKY 7-2 @ TENNESSEE (11/10), @ LOUISVILLE (11/24)
12 UCF 8-0 CINCINNATI (11/17), @ SOUTH FLORIDA (11/24)
13 SYRACUSE 7-2 #3 NOTRE DAME (11/17), @ #17 BOSTON COLLEGE (11/24)
14 NC STATE 6-2 @ NORTH CAROLINA (11/24)
15 FLORIDA 6-3 FLORIDA STATE (11/24)
16 MISSISSIPPI STATE 6-3 @ #1 ALABAMA (11/10), @ OLE MISS (11/24)
17 BOSTON COLLEGE 7-2 @ #2 CLEMSON (11/10), #13 SYRACUSE
18 MICHIGAN STATE 6-3 #10 OHIO STATE (11/10)
19 TEXAS 6-3 @ TEXAS TECH (11/10),  #22 IOWA STATE (11/17)
20 PENN STATE 6-3 WISCONSIN (11/10), MARYLAND (11/24)
21 IOWA 6-3 NORTHWESTERN (11/10)
22 IOWA STATE 5-3 @ #19 TEXAS (11/17)
23 FRESNO STATE 8-1 SAN DIEGO STATE (11/17)
24 AURURN 6-3 @ #5 GEORGIA (11/10), @ #1 ALABAMA (11/24)
25 WASHINGTON 7-3 @ #8 WASHINGTON STATE

          The Hurry Up: Safety Brian Branch Discusses OSU Offer, Buckeyes Send Out Two More Offers And An Introduction To 2021 Florida Safety Terrell Tutt      Cache   Translate Page      
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BRANCHING OUT

Ohio State co-defensive coordinator Alex Grinch gives Sandy Creek (Tyrone, Ga.) safety Brian Branch a call every week. But this week's conversation between the two sounded different than all the others.

Around 8:30 Monday night, Grinch dialed Branch's number and had an offer ready.

"It caught me by surprise because he calls me every week and I didn’t think this was the week he was going to offer. I was shock. I was speechless for like a minute," Branch said.

The offer is far from Branch's first. He also has interest from Louisville, Georgia Tech and South Carolina. Currently, 247Sports doesn't have a ranking for Branch. He's a 6-foot, 175-pound prospect in the class of 2020.

Over the summer, Branch attended a camp at the University of South Carolina, where he received his offer from the Gamecocks. He's also been on visits to Indiana and Georgia Tech ... and plans to be in Columbus soon.

"I haven’t been on any visits [to Columbus] yet but I hope to attend the Michigan game," he said. "I’m just looking for a coaching staff to actually care for you and can set you up in the long run."

Branch's recruiting process seems to be ramping up and the Ohio State offer should put in an express lane for others major programs to start calling. Branch is ready for it.

"I love everything about football, especially playing in big games where the crowd is into it," he said. "You work your whole life for that exact moment. It’s a blessing."

BUCKEYES SEND OUT TWO ADDITIONAL OFFERS

Branch wasn't the only prospect to receive a scholarship offer from the Buckeyes Monday.

Myers Park (Charlotte, N.C.) quarterback Drake Maye and Northmont (Ohio) linebacker Jestin Jacobs also announced offers from Ohio State.

Maye is in the class of 2021 and is considered a pro-style quarterback. He's listed at 6-foot-3, 180 pounds and is a legacy at North Carolina, where his father Mark played. The Tar Heels have offered May, as well as Tennessee and West Virginia. 

He throws to wide receiver Muhsin Muhammad III, who was in Columbus alongside Maye this past weekend for unofficial visits.

As for Jacobs, the in-state outside linebacker is a four-star prospect that's currently committed to Iowa. Jacobs gave the Hawkeyes his pledge on May 11.

He's ranked as Ohio's 12th-best overall recruit in the class of 2019 and as the nation's 18th-best prospect at his position. He'll attend the U.S. Army All-American Bowl on Jan. 5, 2019, alongside many Ohio State targets and commits.

AN INTRODUCTION TO FLORIDA SAFETY TERRELL TUTT

Sunday afternoon, Trinity Christian (Jacksonville, Fla.) running back Marcus Crowley flipped his commitment from Miami to Ohio State. Crowley is just the latest Floridian to commit to the Urban Meyer and company as the Buckeyes already boast of Shaun Wade and Tyreke Johnson on their roster — who are both from Jacksonville.

Terrell Tutt, a 2021 safety at Sandalwood High School — also in Jacksonville, seeing a trend? — would love to join that group of names.

Tutt is a 5-foot-9, 150-pound safety, with room to grow. His name is starting to trickle into multiple recruiting circle as he's been on early visits to Georgia Tech and FIU. He was also recently invited to the 2019 National Combine, in association with the All-American Bowl.

The National Combine features 600 of the nation's top underclassmen. Multiple scouting organizations, including 247Sports, are always in attendance and it gives the athletes one of their first real chances to make an impact. So, you might start to see Tutt's name more.

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Sandalwood safety Terrell Tutt during his visit to Georgia Tech. Twitter/@Terrell_Tutt

"I have taken visits to schools and, so far, my favorite has been Georgia Tech because of the area that’s around it [Atlanta]," Tutt told Eleven Warriors. "I plan to take plenty more and Ohio Sate would definitely be a top consideration."

While Tutt said he hasn't been in contact with Ohio State, he'd definitely welcome a call.

"I most definitely have an interest in Ohio State because of the coaching staff and the defensive backs the school produces," Tutt said. "But I would definitely like to talk to Ohio State on a personal Level."

For what it's worth, Tutt — who feels his best on-field skills are his vision, patience, technique and sense of attack — has been in brief contact with Crowley.

"We don’t know each other personally but we have talked and messaged each other," Tutt said. "His commitment does influence others [in the area] because he shows what it takes to get to that level, to a school such as Ohio State."


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By Joe Mussatto

Oklahoma football picked up a commitment from junior college offensive tackle Finley Felix on Monday night. 

Felix, from Coffeyville Community College in Kansas, chose OU over West Virginia, Iowa State, Kansas, Ole Miss, Missouri and Louisville. 




The 6-foot-5 and 310-pound lineman from Fort Myers, Fla., is Oklahoma's 19th commitment in the 2019 class. 

The Sooners' 2019 class is ranked No.

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Boston College coach Steve Addazio sounded cautiously optimistic that dynamic tailback AJ Dillon will be available Saturday night when No. 2 Clemson visits Alumni Stadium for an ACC Atlantic Division showdown.

Dillon rushed for 96 yards and a touchdown before re-aggravating an ankle injury on a play out of bounds in the third quarter of the Eagles’ 31-21 win at Virginia Tech last Saturday.

“I saw him bouncing around with a good smile on his face,” Addazio said yesterday during his weekly press briefing at Conte Forum. “He’s dinged up and it is what it is, that’s not going to significantly change one way or the other.

“The question becomes how well he can handle that. But I would assume with these kinds of injuries you are not going to feel exactly the way you should feel until you get to a bowl game in a few weeks.”

Dillon first suffered the injury in the second half of BC’s win over Temple on Sept. 28 and missed consecutive starts against North Carolina State and Louisville.

Dillon, the ACC preseason Player of the Year, returned to form with 149 yards and a touchdown in the Eagles’ home win over Miami on Oct. 26.

“I think this is ongoing and I think a fair question would be does he feel good enough at game time to play on it?” Addazio said.

National exposure

BC (7-2, 4-1) jumped from No. 22 to No. 17 in the Associate Press Top 25 thanks to the win in Blacksburg, Va.

The Eagles’ improved status and the presence of unbeaten Clemson (9-0, 6-0) were enough to lure ESPN’s “College GameDay” to The Heights for a live broadcast Saturday (9 a.m. to noon). The show is hosted by Rece Davis alongside regulars Lee Corso, Kirk Herbstreit, Desmond Howard, David Pollack and Maria Taylor.

“It will bring a tremendous focus to our campus, to Boston College and to our program,” Addazio said. “That’s always a great honor and a great opportunity and I expect the atmosphere here will be exceptional.”

GameDay’s visit could be a good omen despite BC being pegged a huge underdog. The last time the show visited Chestnut Hill was on Oct. 3, 2009, when the Eagles beat Florida State, 28-21.

Lawrence tough test

In six previous contests against Clemson, Addazio has game planned against quarterbacks Tajh Boyd, Deshaun Watson and Kelly Bryant, all dual threat quarterbacks.

Freshman starter Trevor Lawrence could be the most effective passer Addazio has seen in the Clemson pipeline. Since taking the job from Bryant, Lawrence has completed 123-of-188 passes with a league best 18 touchdowns and the top pass efficiency ranting (163.0).

“This guy is going to be a first-round draft pick,” Addazio said. “This guy is certainly an elite guy by their standards.”

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          College football Top 25 roundup: No. 1 Alabama beats No. 4 LSU 29-0      Cache   Translate Page      

BATON ROUGE, La. — Tua Tagovailoa threw two touchdown passes and ran 44 yards for a score in his toughest test this season, Alabama's defense stifled No. 4 LSU, and the top-ranked Crimson Tide remained unbeaten with a 29-0 victory Saturday night.

Tagovailoa took the field wearing a brace on right knee, threw his first interception of the season late in the first half and also played into the fourth quarter for the first time this season. None of those developments proved consequential. He was 25-of-42 passing for 295 yards and moved as well as well as he needed to, particularly when he sprinted up the middle of the field or his long TD run in the third quarter to give Alabama (9-0, 6-0 SEC, No. 1 CFP) a 22-0 lead.

Tagovailoa limped off the field after that play, went into the medical tent for some treatment and rode a stationary bike on the sideline, but returned for the next series.

LSU (7-2, 4-2, No. 3 CFP) entered a chance to control of the SEC Western Division with a victory, but that began to decreasingly realistic with every possession.

Alabama led 16-0 by halftime and forced LSU punts on the Tigers' first nine possessions. LSU drove to the Alabama 15 on its 10th series early in the fourth quarter, only to miss a field goal with 10:45 to go.

Tigers quarterback Joe Burrow completed 18 of 35 passes for 184 yards. He was sacked five times and had a pass intercepted.

NO. 2 CLEMSON 77, LOUISVILLE 16

CLEMSON, S.C. (AP) — Travis Etienne ran for 153 yards and two touchdowns and 350-pound defensive tackle Dexter Lawrence added a 2-yard scoring burst for Clemson.

The Tigers (6-0 Atlantic Coast Conference, No. 2 CFP) improved to 9-0 for the third time in four seasons and can wrap up their fourth ACC Atlantic Division title next week at Boston College.

Trevor Lawrence threw a pair of early touchdown passes. Etienne went over the 1,000-yard rushing mark and scored his ACC-leading 15th touchdown. Tavien Feaster added 101 yards rushing.

Freshman Lyn-J Dixon ran for 116 yards, the second time this season Clemson has had three runners with 100 or more yards. They finished with a season high 492 yards rushing.

Linebacker Isaiah Simmons had a pick-six, the Tigers collected five sacks, coach Dabo Swinney's eldest son Will caught a TD pass and even "Big Dex," a junior defensive tackle projected as a can't-miss, NFL first-rounder got in on the fun in the Tigers' "Fridge Package" against overmatched Louisville (2-7, 0-6).

NO. 3 NOTRE DAME 31, NORTHWESTERN 21

EVANSTON, Ill. (AP) — Ian Book threw for threw two touchdown passes and ran 23 yards for a score in the closing minutes to lead Notre Dame.

The Fighting Irish (9-0, No. 4 CFP) remained in line for a playoff spot and continued to build on their best start since the 2012 team went undefeated before losing to Alabama in the BCS championship game. The Wildcats (5-4) had won four in a row to grab the Big Ten West lead and they stayed in this one when it looked like Notre Dame was ready to pull away.

Book threw a 20-yard touchdown pass to a leaping Miles Boykin in the corner of the end zone and a 47-yarder to Michael Young in the third to give the Irish a 21-7 lead. He sealed it in the closing minutes when he turned up the left side for that 23-yard run.

NO. 5 MICHIGAN 42, NO. 14 PENN STATE 7

ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) — Shea Patterson accounted for three touchdowns and Michigan put together a dominant performance on defense.

The Wolverines (8-1, 6-0 Big Ten, No. 5 CFP) moved a step closer toward their goals of winning a conference championship for the first time since 2004 and earning their first spot in the College Football Playoff. The Nittany Lions (6-3, 3-3, No. 14 CFP) scored with 1:59 left, avoiding getting shut out for the first time since 2001 against Michigan.

Karan Higdon ran for 132 yards and a score that put the Wolverines up 35-0 early in the fourth quarter. Michigan held Penn State to 186 yards and forced three turnovers, including Tommy Stevens' interception that was returned 62 yards by Brandon Watson for a touchdown.

NO. 6 GEORGIA 34, NO. 11 KENTUCKY 17

LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) — D'Andre Swift ran for a career-high 156 yards and two touchdowns on 16 carries against Kentucky's vaunted defense and Georgia wrapped up its second straight Southeastern Conference Eastern Division title.

Swift had an 83-yard breakaway in the third quarter that gave Georgia (8-1, 6-1, No. 6 College Football Playoff) a 28-3 lead. He also had a nifty 20-yard scoring run in the second period when the game was close. Elijah Holyfield ran for a career-high 115 yards on 18 carries, scoring on a 4-yarder in the third quarter.

Georgia rushed for a season-high 331 yards to earn a spot in the SEC championship game Dec. 1 in Atlanta. Kentucky (7-2, 5-2, No. 9 CFP) has never reached the SEC championship game, which has been played every year since 1992.

NO. 7 OKLAHOMA 51, TEXAS TECH 46

LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) — Kyler Murray recovered from a pair of early interceptions that led to a two-touchdown deficit, throwing for 360 yards and three touchdowns and running for 100 yards and another score to rally Oklahoma.

Trey Sermon set career highs with 206 yards rushing and three TDs as the Sooners (8-1, 5-1 Big 12) stayed in the hunt for a return to the College Football Playoff with their 19th straight win in a true road game and 14th consecutive November victory.

Oklahoma was seventh in the first playoff rankings released this past week.

The Red Raiders (5-4, 3-3) led 31-28 at halftime, but freshman quarterback Alan Bowman didn't return in the second half of their eighth straight loss against a Top 10 team going back to 2012. Texas Tech officials didn't immediately say why Bowman left the game.

Texas Tech punted three straight times without getting a first down after Jett Duffey replaced Bowman again, just as he did five weeks ago when Bowman sustained a partially collapsed lung against West Virginia. Bowman returned two weeks ago against Kansas.

Duffey then started moving the Red Raiders, and they pulled within two on his 4-yard scoring pass to Zach Austin on fourth down midway through the fourth quarter. But Robert Barnes intercepted the 2-point conversion pass and returned it 98 yards for two points and a 44-40 OU lead.

NO. 8 OHIO STATE 36, NEBRASKA 31

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — J.K. Dobbins ran for three touchdowns and Dwayne Haskins Jr. passed for two more scores to help Ohio State beat Nebraska.

After Nebraska quarterback Adrian Martinez threw a 17-yard touchdown pass to JD Spielman to pull within five with 3 minutes left, Dobbins pounded away for two first downs to run out the clock.

Before the late Nebraska score, Dobbins broke through the right side and romped for a 42-yard touchdown with 5 minutes left to give Ohio State (8-1, 5-1 Big Ten, No. 10 CFP) breathing room.

Dobbins rushed for a season-high 163 yards — only his second 100-yard game this season. Running back Mike Weber added 91 yards on the ground.

Martinez threw for 266 yards and touchdown and rushed for two scores for Nebraska (2-7, 1-5).

NO. 10 WASHINGTON STATE 19, CALIFORNIA 13

PULLMAN, Wash. (AP) — Gardner Minshew threw a 10-yard touchdown pass to Easop Winston Jr. with 32 seconds left to lift Washington State past California, extending WSU's long-shot quest to crash the College Football Playoff.

Minshew threw for 334 yards for Washington State (8-1, 5-1 Pac-12, No. 8 CFP), which is also seeking its first Pac-12 North title. The Cougars have a 12-game home winning streak, fourth-longest in the nation.

Chase Garbers threw for 127 yards and ran for 67 for Cal (5-4, 2-4).

This is Washington State's first 8-1 start since 2002.

NO. 12 WEST VIRGINIA 42, NO. 15 TEXAS 41

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Will Grier threw a 33-yard touchdown pass to Gary Jennings with 16 seconds left, and then ran in the 2-point conversion to lift West Virginia past Texas.

Grier broke his finger on a run to the pylon in the first quarter of a loss to Texas last year, and his winning run came on a similar scramble. But there was no defender near him this time as he held the ball up while crossing the goal line untouched.

The 2-point conversion came moments after Grier connected with David Sills. Texas had called timeout just before the ball was snapped so the Mountaineers had to line up again. Grier dropped back, took a step into the pocket, and then swung out to his left to break for the corner of the end zone.

Grier drove the Mountaineers (7-1, 5-1 Big 12, No. 13 CFP) to the win after Texas grabbed a 41-34 lead on Sam Ehlinger's touchdown throw to Devin Duvernay with 2:34 to play.

Grier finished with 346 yards passing and three touchdowns, two to Sills.

Ehlinger passed for 356 yards and three scores and also ran for a touchdown for Texas (6-3, 4-2, No. 17 CFP), which has lost two in a row.

MISSOURI 38, NO. 13 FLORIDA 17

GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) — Drew Lock picked apart Florida's defense for the second straight year, throwing three touchdown passes to lead Missouri.

Lock completed 24 of 32 passes for 250 yards, with scoring throws to Albert Okwuegbunam, Kam Scott and Emanuel Hall that stunned the Swamp. Fortunately for the Gators (6-3, 4-3 Southeastern Conference), they won't have to face the senior and possible first-round draft pick again.

They might have seen the last of Feleipe Franks, too.

Coach Dan Mullen benched Franks late in the third quarter — the home crowd cheered wildly — and backup Kyle Trask promptly directed a 75-yard touchdown drive in which he converted two fourth downs. Trask found Josh Hammond in the end zone on the second one for a 7-yard score that made it 35-17.

The Tigers (5-4, 1-4) responded with a field goal that essentially sealed their first SEC win of the season and sent fans scrambling for the exits.

ARIZONA STATE 38, NO. 16 UTAH 20

TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) — Manny Wilkins threw three touchdown passes to N'Keal Harry and Arizona State beat Utah, knocking the No. 16 Utes out of sole possession of first place in Pac-12 South.

The Utes (6-3, 4-3 Pac-12) lost quarterback Tyler Huntley to a broken collarbone in the third quarter. The loss snapped Utah's four-game winning streak.

Huntley was injured when he was hit while forcing a throw with 5:33 left in the third quarter. Freshman Jason Shelly replaced him and the offense struggled after that.

Harry caught nine passes for 161 yards, including TD catches of three, 23 and 61 yards. His three TD catches were a career high. Wilkins completed 19 of 24 for 285 yards and three scores with one interception. Eno Benjamin rushed for 175 yards, including a 44-yard TD run that sealed the victory with 4:12 to play. Arizona State (5-4, 3-3) gained 536 yards against a Utah defense that had been ranked No. 1 in the Pac-12.

SMU 45, NO. 17 HOUSTON 31

DALLAS (AP) — Ben Hicks threw for 318 yards and four touchdowns and SMU beat Houston, the second time in three years the Mustangs upset a ranked Cougars team.

The Mustangs (4-5, 3-2 American) never trailed, jumping out to a 17-0 lead after Hicks threw his second TD, a 17-yarder to Tyler Page less than a minute into the second quarter. Houston played its first game as a ranked team under second-year coach Major Applewhite.

Hicks threw three touchdowns as a redshirt freshman in the shocker two years ago, when SMU beat the then-No. 11 Cougars 38-16 and knocked them all of the way out of the poll.

After Houston (7-2, 4-1, No. 17 CFP) got to 38-31 on quarterback D'Eriq King's 3-yard touchdown run with 9:34 left, the Mustangs went on a time-consuming 13-play drive that ended with Ke'Mon Freeman's second touchdown run, an 8-yarder with 2:43 left. That drive was interrupted for about 90 minutes because of lightning and heavy rain. Freeman ran 20 times for 107 yards.

NO. 18 UTAH STATE 56, HAWAII 17

HONOLULU (AP) — Darwin Thompson and Gerold Bright each ran for three touchdowns as Utah State extended its winning streak to eight games.

The Aggies (8-1, 5-0 Mountain West) amassed 601 yards of total offense, including 426 rushing, and had a pair of 28-point quarters to pull away from the Rainbow Warriors (6-5, 3-3).

Thompson rushed 13 times for a career-best 141 yards and scored on a pair of 1-yard runs, as well as a 26-yard sprint. Bright carried a career-high 16 times for 121 yards and found the end zone on runs of 18, 47 and 9 yards.

Jordan Love threw a 16-yard touchdown pass to Ron'quavion Tarver and ran in a 1-yard score on the final play of the first quarter.

Cole McDonald threw a pair of touchdown passes for Hawaii, which finished with 390 yards of total offense.

PURDUE 38, NO. 19 IOWA 36

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (AP) — Spencer Evans made a 25-yard field goal with 8 seconds left, lifting Purdue past Iowa and back in the Big Ten's West Division title hunt.

David Blough threw three touchdown passes to Terry Wright and topped the 300-yard mark for the fifth time this season. The Boilermakers (5-4, 4-2 Big Ten) have won five of their last six and beat their third ranked team this season — the first time they've achieved that feat since 2003 — to move within one game of division leader Northwestern.

The Hawkeyes (6-3, 3-3) lost their second straight road game despite Nate Stanley's big day. The junior quarterback threw for 275 yards with one TD and ran for another but the conference's No. 2 scoring defense allowed a season-high point total.And when the Hawkeyes needed one last stop, Blough drove Purdue 43 yards to set up Evans for the winning kick.

NO. 20 FRESNO STATE 48, UNLV 3

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Marcus McMaryion threw for two touchdowns and 274 yards and Fresno State's defense had a near-perfect game.

Fresno State (8-1, 5-0 Mountain West) won its seventh straight and ended its two-game losing streak to the Rebels. The Bulldogs kept their one-game lead in the West Division over San Diego State, which won at New Mexico 31-23 Saturday night.

McMaryion completed 26 of 35 passes and rushed for 39 yards as his defense held UNLV to 175 total yards of offense through three quarters.

KeeSean Johnson had eight receptions for 97 yards to move his streak to 45 consecutive games with a catch. Coming into Saturday, Johnson led the nation in active career receptions at 234.

Fresno State's defense only allowed the Rebels over midfield twice in the first three quarters.

Charles Williams, a Fresno native, was the lone bright spot for UNLV (2-7, 0-5) as he rushed for 121 yards on 16 carries. UNLV's Max Gilliam was 14 of 30 for 98 yards for the Rebels, who will not be bowl eligible due to the loss.

NO. 22 SYRACUSE 41, WAKE FOREST 24

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (AP) — Eric Dungey rushed for 119 yards and a touchdown, Jarveon Howard ran for two scores and Syracuse beat Wake Forest.

Dungey — whose average of 294.1 total yards per game ranks second in the ACC — was 23 of 35 for 157 yards and also ran for a 26-yard score to help the Orange (7-2, 4-2, No. 19 CFP) win their first game as a Top 25 team since the Dwight Freeney days in 2001.

Moe Neal added an 8-yard score, Chris Elmore had a 5-yard TD run and Andre Szmyt kicked two field goals for Syracuse, which earned its first conference road victory in more than two years.

Sam Hartman was 21 of 37 for 275 yards for the Demon Deacons (4-5, 1-4) with two touchdown passes.

NO. 21 MISSISSIPPI STATE 45, LOUISIANA TECH 3

STARKVILLE, Miss. (AP) — Nick Fitzgerald threw for 243 yards and four touchdowns and Mississippi State beat Louisiana Tech.

Mississippi State (6-3, No. 18 CFP) didn't have much trouble, scoring 21 points in the first quarter of what quickly turned into a lopsided game. Fitzgerald completed 17 of 28 passes and threw his touchdowns to Stephen Guidry, Deddrick Thomas, Kylin Hill and Jesse Jackson.

Fitzgerald also ran for 107 yards. Mississippi State has a 16-3 record during Fitzgerald's career when he breaks the 100-yard mark.

Louisiana Tech (6-3) was competitive in a loss to LSU this season, but its second game against a Southeastern Conference opponent didn't go well. J'Mar Smith completed 14 of 30 passes for 98 yards.

NO. 24 BOSTON COLLEGE 31, VIRGINIA TECH 21

BLACKSBURG, Va. (AP) — Travis Levy ran for two touchdowns and Boston College beat Virginia Tech to set up a huge home game against Clemson next week.

BC (7-2, 4-1 Atlantic Coast Conference, No. 22 CFP) limited the Hokies to 32 yards in the third quarter and erased a 14-7 deficit with 21 unanswered points after halftime. First-place in the ACC Atlantic Division will be on the line when the second-ranked Tigers visit Boston College.

Ryan Willis threw for 281 yards with three touchdown passes for Virginia Tech (4-4, 3-2), but the Hokies lost their third straight at home for the first time since 1992. It came on a day when they could have moved into a share of first place in the Coastal Division with a victory.

AUBURN 28, NO. 25 TEXAS A&M 24

AUBURN, Ala. (AP) — Seth Williams caught an 11-yard touchdown pass from Jarrett Stidham with 1:41 left and Auburn rallied to beat Texas A&M.

The Tigers (6-3, 3-3 Southeastern Conference) had a 14-point outburst over the final 5:14 and the defense came up with big stops. Stidham delivered big on both final drives.

Kellen Mond and the Aggies (5-4, 3-3) pushed the ball into Auburn territory on their final drive, converting a fourth-and-5. Then a holding call pushed them back across midfield and Mond's desperation pass into the end zone was incomplete. Officials put a second back on the clock, and Mond was sacked by Nick Coe on the final play.

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We are currently seeking a **Trimmer / Climber** to join our team. **Essential Functions** + Trims and/or removes trees by climbing with the aid of a ladder, safety belt, climbing line, powered trimmer lift truck, or works from the ground using gasoline, air, and hand-powered saws, pruner, etc. He/she cuts branches or trunk sections and drops or lowers them to the ground with lines. + Uses wedges, sledges, and chain saws in felling trees or trimmed trunks and in cutting and splitting logs into manageable pieces. + Sprays stumps and brush with hand-spraying equipment to prevent further growth. + Loads and unloads trucks with logs, stumps, brush, and debris and/or feeds brush into a wood chipper. + Repairs slight damage to lawns, fences, and walks caused by tree trimming. + Services gasoline, air, and hand-powered tools and other equipment. + Relays hand-signals, directs traffic, drives, and operates trucks and equipment, as assigned and keeps trucks and work area clear and orderly, as well as helps train new employees. + Performs other related work, as assigned by superiors. + Safeguards employees and public from hazards in and around work area. Cooperates with customer, police, and fire departments when blocking street or driveways. Sets up barriers, warning signs, flags, markers, etc. to protect employees and public. Trained to perform tree and bucket rescue. + Assumes responsibility for the inspection and proper working conditions of tools, truck, and other work equipment. Requests repair or replacement, when necessary. 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**Job Description** Position requires a leader experienced with scheduling and assigning work; setting priorities (based on the work schedule). A "change agent" capable of dissecting a process, map a value stream, champion bargaining unit ideas, eliminate waste and streamline the process for optimum utilization and efficiency. Must have manufacturing assembly experience; assembly line, high volume high output experience a plus. Must have the ability to create recovery schedules/plans, manage expenses/departmental costs; adapt to changes in the schedule/priorities that require manipulation of resources and/or staffing. Must possess a sense of urgency - ability to take an "out of control" situation and manage through analysis, research and implementing the best alternative to a positive measured outcome - have the ability to recognize when a situation can and needs to improve and make the adjustments to ensure continuous improvement. Possess the ability to train, new and existing employees, encourage self-direction and employ lean techniques for continuous improvement. Manage, guide and direct the hourly workforce towards a common set of objectives strictly aligned with the company goals. Maintains a good working relationship with the Union and follows/manages the collective bargaining agreement as well as all established BAE Systems policies and procedures. **Typical Education & Experience** Typically a Bachelor's Degree and 4 years work experience or equivalent experience **Required Skills and Education** Production Line/Assembly experience Two years supervision experience Supervising in a high volume production environment a plus Lean, Six Sigma, KPI's **Preferred Skills and Education** Bachelors Degree Heavy Manufacturing Assembly line experience ( large products - construction equipment, heavy machinery etc..) Kaizen, Lean Facility Maintenance experience **About BAE Systems Platforms & Services** BAE Systems is a premier global defense and security company with approximately 90,000 employees delivering a full range of products and services for air, land and naval forces, as well as advanced electronics, security, information technology solutions and customer support and services. Platforms & Services designs, develops, produces, supports, maintains, modernizes and upgrades armored combat vehicles, wheeled vehicles, naval guns, surface ship combatants, commercial vessels, missile launchers, artillery systems, military ordnance, and protective wear and armor. Equal Opportunity Employer: Females/Minorities/Veterans/Disability/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity/Gender Expression **Manufacturing / Assembly Supervisor** **BAE1US21205** EEO Career Site Equal Opportunity Employer. Minorities . females . veterans . individuals with disabilities . sexual orientation . gender identity . gender expression
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**Job Description** Provides technical support to manufacturing and related functions. Researches, develops, and improves manufacturing processes, methods, and systems for products, facilities, fixtures, tooling, equipment, and/or materials. Develops and tests work methods and procedures, ensuring performance and quality of materials, products, and machines meet specifications and standards. Ensures technical outcomes are consistent with established engineering principles and practices and that customer and company technical, system, performance, and quality requirements are met. Applies engineering design and/or analytical theory, principles, techniques, and practices to a limited portion of a technical project to include Metals processing, welding, fabrication and/or metal cutting (machining)technology. Develops and writes technical documentation, makes revisions to existing documentation, and provides input to technical papers or presentations. Ability to set up, organize, and populate Manufacturing Engineering production information using Microsoft Access, Excel and Project. Develops and maintains effective relationships with customers to solve technical problems and implement solutions of limited complexity **Typical Education & Experience** Typically a Bachelor's Degree and 2 years work experience or equivalent experience **Required Skills and Education** CNC Machining Programming Machine Shop Experience Musthave applied knowledge of fundamental concepts, practices, and procedures of a relevant technical field of specialization. Ability to work under direct supervision and follow standard procedures to accomplish assigned tasks. Abilityto communicate effectively by phone, email, in writing, and in person. Abilityto work effectively with others. Abilityto pay attention to details **Preferred Skills and Education** Computerproficiency in NC programming (specifically Seimens NX) & Microsoft suite Proven ability to optimize and/or create machining processes in fast paced machining environment Proficiency in tooling and fixturing **About BAE Systems Platforms & Services** BAE Systems is a premier global defense and security company with approximately 90,000 employees delivering a full range of products and services for air, land and naval forces, as well as advanced electronics, security, information technology solutions and customer support and services. Platforms & Services designs, develops, produces, supports, maintains, modernizes and upgrades armored combat vehicles, wheeled vehicles, naval guns, surface ship combatants, commercial vessels, missile launchers, artillery systems, military ordnance, and protective wear and armor. Equal Opportunity Employer: Females/Minorities/Veterans/Disability/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity/Gender Expression **Manufacturing Engineering - Machining** **BAE1US21210** EEO Career Site Equal Opportunity Employer. Minorities . females . veterans . individuals with disabilities . sexual orientation . gender identity . gender expression
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COUNSELING CCR MEETINGS

We will be starting our College and Career Readiness Meetings with our 8th grade students and their parents this week. Students will meet with their counselor to discuss high school graduation requirements, college and career goals and scholarships. Please watch for an email from the counseling office today to schedule your appointment!

FFA NATIONAL CONVENTION

Spanish Fork FFA was represented well at the National FFA Convention in Indianapolis, IN last week.  9th grade students Rylei Voorhees and Ashley Olsen competed in the science fair with their projects. Rylei was 6th place in the food products and processing category.  Her project was about bacteria growth in meat at room temperature. She was able to use her results to help inform customers at her family's meat packing plant of safe storage for meat products. Ashley ended up 7th place in the Animal Systems Category.  She was able to use her data collected to know which type of turkey feed was most efficient when raising them. Ashley will show her turkeys and sell them on November 13th at the Utah Turkey Show.

Our Meat Evaluation team ended up a silver rank. Students on the team were: Brayden Banks, Katelyn Beckstead and Kalley Stubbs.  Tell Orton was a national proficiency finalist and won $500. We toured a dairy, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, the Cincinnati Zoo, Louisville Slugger Museum, Churchill Downs (Home of the Kentucky Derby), listened to President Donald Trump and attended a Garth Brooks concert. Congratulations to all our students!

WANTED: CAREER PRESENTERS

We are looking for Career Presenters during Pack Time.  Whatever job you do, we want to hear more about it! This helps our students to see the many careers out in the real world and how all of them help our society.

Students with no deficient grades have a choice of enrichment activities.  We would like to have one of those enrichment choices be a career presentation to help students be aware of the many career choices they have and be more informed as they make career choices.

The time is 9:35 to 10:05 Tuesday through Friday.  If you would be willing to present please contact Travis Palfreyman: travis.palfreyman@nebo.edu

CALENDAR

Nov 6th: Pack Time RESUMES

Nov 8th: Hope Squad meeting 2nd period, English 9 Honors Field Trip 9:00am

Nov 6th-9th: Badminton Intramurals 7:00am

Nov 12th: Veteran’s Day Assembly (PARENTS INVITED)

 


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The Valentine Cast Show Notes

Coming to you, from Louisville, KY!  It’s the ValentineCast with your
escaping couple, J and Renee Valentine.  

Intro Music - Who Loves Me by Pretty Lights – http://www.prettylightsmusic.com/#/home

Today is November 5, 2018 and this is Episode 254!

  • Halloween
  • Escaping Polygamy
  • BlackkKlansman
  • Red Dead
  • Started New Book
  • Get out and Vote

Contact Information

You can reach us by email at thevalentinecast@gmail.com. You can also see our blog at valentinecast.com.  The podcast Twitter feed is ValentineCast. The facebook page is facebook.com/Valentinecast. Video can be seen at http://youtube.com/ValentineCast  J’s Twitter feed is theCaoboi and Renee’s twitter feed is theIceflow.

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Outro Music:  Pretty Lights - If I Gave You My Love from the Pretty Lights Music


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The McCracken County Mustangs used a 36-point 2nd quarter to capture a 50-12 win over (3-8) Jeffersontown Friday night.

Franklin Hayes led the way for McCracken County with three rushing touchdowns, including the first two scores of the game. Hayes ran it in from 24 yards out to give the Mustangs an 7-0 lead with 7:37 left in the opening quarter.

Hayes picked up the scoring early in the 2nd, this time he ran it in from 50 yards out to make it 15-0 with 11:04 in the 2nd.

The Mustangs would score four more times in the half to give McCracken County a 43-0 halftime lead.

McCracken County (8-3) advances to the 2nd round of the Class 6A Playoffs to host Louisville Ballard next Friday night at Marquette Stadium.

 

Paducah Tilghman scored early and often to blitz their way into the 2nd round of the Class 3A Playoffs with a 50-7 win over Hart County.

Makel Askew used a 125 yard 1st half performance to propel the offense early. His first touchdown of the night came on a 3-yard run to make it 7-0 Blue Tornado halfway through the first.

Tay Shawn Carruthers extended the lead later in the quarter on a 35 yard run to make it 15-0. Then Malachi Kirby would dial up a run from 35 yards out to make it 22-0 Tilghman late in the opening quarter.

Paducah Tilghman will be looking for their 10th win of the season next Friday in the 2nd round of the playoffs at McRight Field.

 

Q Daryius McHenry carried the ball 33 times for 342 yards and six touchdowns as Grayson County  outscored Graves County 54-35 at Eagle Field.

Ryan Mathis threw five touchdown passes, two to Race Richards, two to Nelson Browning and one to Drew Cooper as the Eagles season came to a close at 5-6.

The Cougars (8-3) advance to the second round of the Class 5A Playoffs next Friday, where they will travel to South Warren.



Friday Night's Scores

Class 1A
Bethlehem 21, Fulton County 2
Crittenden County 53, Caverna 0

Class 2A
Mayfield 56, Hancock County 28
McLean County 62, Ballard Memorial 6
Murray 50, Todd County Central 14
Owensboro Catholic 61, Webster County 13

Class 3A
Caldwell County 37, Edmonson County 20
Elizabethtown 61, Trigg County 33
LaRue County 48, Union County 29
Paducah Tilghman 50, Hart County 7

Class 4A
Franlin-Simpson 41, Calloway County 0
Hopkinsville 24, Warren East 0
Madisonville 64, Warren Central 20

Class 5A
Bowling Green 29, Christian County 7
Grayson County 54, Graves County 35

Class 6A
Henderson County 35, Eastern 0
McCracken County 50, Jeffersontown 12


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Behind a total team effort with six players scoring in double figures, the University of Louisville men's basketball team defeated Simmons College of Kentucky 90-41 on Saturday evening at the KFC! Yum Center to cap off exhibition play. The Cardinals finished the game with 25 assists on 32 made baskets and held the Falcons to just 21 percent shooting.
 
Steven Enoch led the Cardinals in scoring with 16 points, while also adding four rebounds. Malik Williams tallied 12 points and led the Cards in rebounding with eight boards. Christen Cunningham and Ryan McMahon each contributed four assists.
 
The Falcons jumped out to an early lead after scoring the first five points of the game, but the Cardinals quickly responded with a 16-0 run to take an 11-point lead and force a Simmons timeout.
 
Louisville sustained a strong defensive effort, rendering the Eagles scoreless for nearly 10 minutes. The Cardinals extended their scoring run to 20-0 until a three-pointer by Kittrell Withers ended the Falcons' drought with 8:34 left in the half.
 
Simmons would score just four more points through the remaining minutes of the half, allowing the Cardinals to stretch their lead to 40-12 as Ryan McMahon and Khwan Fore combined for five consecutive three-pointers.
 
McMahon and Enoch led the Cards through the half with nine points apiece. Jordan Nwora collected four rebounds, while Cunningham dished out four assists. As a team, Louisville finished with 14 assists on 15 made baskets, shooting 45 percent and holding the Falcons to just 17 percent from the field.
 
Enoch picked up where he left off, completing a three-point play to open the second half as the Cardinals continued to control the pace of the game.
 
The Cardinals capitalized on three straight baskets and jumped out to a 58-18 lead with 13:29 remaining, going on an 8-0 run and causing the Falcons to use another timeout.
 
Despite a 40-point advantage, Louisville maintained solid defensive pressure while also extending their lead. The Cards made seven of their final 10 shots, shooting 65 percent in the second half to seal the 90-41 victory over the Falcons.

 


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Defensive tackle Dexter Lawrence said one of No. 2 Clemson's main goals this year was to have fun.

Few teams in college football appear to be enjoying themselves as much as the surging Tigers.

Travis Etienne ran for 153 yards and two touchdowns and Lawrence, all 350 pounds of him, had a 2-yard scoring run in a 77-16 dismantling of Louisville on Saturday.

Lawrence, a junior, thought he would be going it alone this season among defensive line starters with ends Clelin Ferrell and Austin Bryant, and tackle Christian Wilkins all thinking hard about the NFL this past offseason.

Instead, all of Clemson's starters came back for a final try at a national title.

"Our goal for this year was to just try and enjoy every moment we get with each other, not waste anything," Lawrence said. "Laughing, having fun, dancing, just enjoying everything that comes with football."

The Tigers, who moved to 9-0 for the third time in four years, are doing a lot of that lately. Clemson (6-0 Atlantic Coast Conference, No. 2 CFP) can wrap up the ACC Atlantic Division with a win at Boston College next week.

The highlight Saturday may have been Lawrence's bull rush to the end zone as the lead back — Wilkins was lined up at tailback — in Clemson's "Fridge Package" that highlights about 675 pounds of defensive line muscle.

"I try to take advantage of my opportunities," Lawrence joked. "I'm a natural running back, I tell myself."

A week ago in a 59-10 win at Florida State, it was Wilkins going in for a score with Lawrence paving the way.

"I also told (coach Dabo Swinney) that Christian can't score until I get the ball," Lawrence said. "That's how that went down."

It wasn't the only light moment the Tigers had in routing the Cardinals (2-7, 0-6).

Left tackle Mitch Hyatt, who set a program record for most snaps, caught a pass and Swinney's oldest son, Will, capped the blowout with an 8-yard TD catch in the final quarter.

"This just shows how much fun we're having," Hyatt said.

Etienne went over the 1,000-yard rushing mark and scored his ACC-leading 15th touchdown. Tavien Feaster added 101 yards rushing for the Tigers.

Freshman Lyn-J Dixon ran for 116 yards, the second time this season Clemson has had three runners with 100 or more yards. They finished with a season high 492 yards rushing.

Co-offensive coordinator Jeff Scott said even though his group has played strongly the past month, "we can get to another level and I think we got closer to that today," he said.

Etienne and Feaster put Clemson up 14-0 less than three minutes into the game and the Tigers never let up on Louisville (2-7, 0-6).

Linebacker Isaiah Simmons had a pick-six, the Tigers collected six sacks and backup quarterback Chase Brice threw three touchdowns on just seven pass attempts.

The most crowd-pleasing moment was certainly the touchdown by "Big Dex," the junior projected as a can't-miss NFL first rounder. Most of the 78,741 at Memorial Stadium started to chatter when Lawrence and Wilkins ran out for the goal-line offensive set.

They erupted when Trevor Lawrence handed off to Dexter Lawrence as the upback who took a step to his left and ran across the line.

Wilkins, who celebrates every Clemson TD, hoisted the massive Lawrence into the air.

Louisville lost its sixth straight game, its longest losing streak since dropping 10 in a row in the 1997 and '98 seasons.

THE TAKEAWAY

Louisville: The Cardinals look like they're playing out the string under coach Bobby Petrino and have a difficult finishing stretch with games at Syracuse, and home contests with North Carolina State and Kentucky left.

Clemson: The Tigers might finally face their first test since rallying past Syracuse 27-23 back in September when they play at Boston College next week. A difficult road game could certainly challenge the poise of a young quarterback like Trevor Lawrence.

LOUISVILLE STRESS

Petrino said he was disappointed with his team's showing, but believed his team played with effort and kept playing until the end. "I didn't feel like anyone gave up or anybody quit out there," he said. "They kept competing."

LOTS OF POINTS

It was Clemson's highest scoring game since defeating Wake Forest 82-24 in its national championship season of 1981. The team record in a game is 122 in shutting out Guilford in October 1901.

VERY SNAPPY

Hyatt set a program record in the second quarter when he played his 3,362 snap for the Tigers. He surpassed former Clemson center Dalton Freeman, who played 3,361 snaps from 2009-12.

UP NEXT

Louisville wraps up its away schedule at Syracuse next Saturday night.

Clemson plays its final regular-season road game at BC on Saturday.


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Korean Air in summer 2019 season further expands codeshare partnership with DELTA, covering service via Boston and Minneapolis/St. Paul. Planned new codeshare routes as follow.

Korean Air operated by DELTA
Boston – Austin
Boston – Buffalo
Boston – Charleston SC
Boston – Cincinnati
Boston – Columbus OH
Boston – Ft. Lauderdale
Boston – Indianapolis
Boston – Jacksonville FL
Boston – Kansas City
Boston – Milwaukee
Boston – Minneapolis/St. Paul
Boston – Nashville
Boston – New York LaGuardia
Boston – Norfolk
Boston – Orlando
Boston – Philadelphia
Boston – Pittsburgh
Boston – Raleigh/Durham
Boston – Richmond
Boston – Salt Lake City
Boston – Tampa
Chicago O’Hare – Raleigh/Durham

Minneapolis/St. Paul – Albany NY
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Appleton
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Austin
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Baltimore/Washington
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Billings
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Bismarck
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Bozeman
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Buffalo
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Calgary
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Cedar Rapids
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Charlotte
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Cincinnati
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Cleveland
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Columbus OH
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Dallas/Ft. Worth
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Dayton
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Denver
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Des Moines
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Duluth
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Edmonton
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Fargo
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Fayetteville/NW Arkansas
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Grand Fork
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Grand Rapids
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Green Bay
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Hartford
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Houston
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Indianapolis
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Kalamazoo
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Kansas City
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Knoxville
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Lansing
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Lincoln
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Louisville
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Madison
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Milwaukee
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Minot
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Missoula
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Montreal
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Nashville
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Newark
Minneapolis/St. Paul – New York LaGuardia
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Norfolk
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Oklahoma City
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Philadelphia
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Pittsburgh
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Rapid City
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Raleigh/Durham
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Rochester MN
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Rochester NY
Minneapolis/St. Paul – St. Louis
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Salt Lake City
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Saskatoon
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Seoul Incheon
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Sioux Falls
Minneapolis/St. Paul – South Bend
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Syracuse NY
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Toronto
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Vancouver
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Washington Dulles
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Washington Reagan
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Wausau
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Wichita
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Winnipeg
Seattle – Osaka Kansai


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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — The Kentucky clerk who went to jail in 2015 for refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples lost her bid for a second term on Tuesday. Kim Davis, the Republican incumbent, was defeated by Democrat Elwood Caudill Jr . in the election for clerk of Rowan County in northeastern Kentucky. […]
          Kentucky clerk jailed over marriage licenses loses re-election bid      Cache   Translate Page      
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — The Kentucky clerk who went to jail in 2015 for refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples lost her bid for a second term on Tuesday. Kim Davis, the Republican incumbent, was defeated by Democrat Elwood Caudill Jr . in the election for clerk of Rowan County in northeastern Kentucky. Caudill won with 4,210 votes, or 54 percent, to 3,566, or 46 percent, for Davis. “I believe that as a community we must continue to work together […]
          This Week @MHS      Cache   Translate Page      

- Monday, 29 October, 6:00 PM: Armistice: WWI in Memory & Song, a collaboration of the MHS and the Boston Conservatory at Berklee, with John Brancy, Baritone; Peter Dugan, Piano; and Peter Drummey, MHS. A temporary exhibition on the end of World War I will be coupled with songs and a conversation about the journey home that men and women faced at the close of The War to End All Wars. This program will explore both the history of the war and the memory of it. On Tuesday October 30 at 8:00 pm, John Brancy and Peter Dugan will perform their program "Armistice: The Journey Home" in Seully Hall at Boston Conservatory at Berklee. A pre-program reception begins at 5:30 PM; the speaking program begins at 6:00 PM.

- Tuesday, 30 October, 5:15 PM: Governing the "Black Power" City: Leon H. Sullivan, Opportunities Industrialization Centers Inc., & the Rise of Black Empowerment with Jessica Ann Levy, Johns Hopkins University, and comment by Julia Rabig, Dartmouth College. This paper traces the Opportunities Industrialization Center's rise from its meager founding in North Philadelphia to one of the largest black community development programs in the United States. In doing so, it sheds new light on the financial and intellectual investments made by American business, government bureaucrats, and civil rights entrepreneurs like Sullivan in transforming black dissidents into "productive citizens," "productive" having economic and civic connotations. This is part of the Boston Seminar on Modern American Society and Culture series. Seminars are free and open to the public.

- Thursday, 1 November, 5:30 PM: "No Ideas But in Things": Writing Lives from Objects with Deborah Lutz, University of Louisville; Karen Sanchez-Eppler, Amherst College; Susan Ware, Independent Scholar, and moderator Natalie Dykstra, Hope College. Often a biographer confronts silences in the record of her subject, when part of the life story is not documented with words. Mute sources--;objects in the subject's archive--;can pose a challenge for interpretation, but also offer rich opportunities. How can biographers read objects as eloquent sources? This is part of the New England Biography Seminar series. Seminars are free and open to the public.

- Saturday, 3 November, 10:00 AM: The History & Collections of the MHS. Join us for a 90-minute docent-led tour of our public rooms. The tour is free, open to the public, with no need for reservations. If you would like to bring a party of 8 or more, please contact Curator of Art Anne Bentley at 617-646-0508 or abentley@masshist.org.

Fashioning the New England Family is open Monday through Friday, from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM. The exhibition explores the ways in which the multiple meanings of fashion and fashionable goods are reflected in patterns of consumption and refashioning, recycling, and retaining favorite family pieces. Many of the items that will be featured have been out of sight, having never been exhibited for the public or seen in living memory. The exhibition is organized as part of Mass Fashion, a consortium of cultural institutions set up to explore and celebrate the many facets of the culture of fashion in Massachusetts.

Take a look at our calendar page for information about upcoming programs.


          Day in the Sun - By Evan Hammonds      Cache   Translate Page      

Most owners, trainers, and racing fans were tricked by the Halloween deluge in Louisville, Ky., that dumped several inches of rain on the main track and turf course at Churchill Downs. However, the sport sure got a treat once the horses hit the track for the Nov. 2-3 Breeders’ Cup.

The main track dried out under a wind-whipped autumn day, and the turf course was optimistically labeled “good” for the World Championships opener. Big-day Saturday dawned beautifully, offering high-end racing under azure skies, with a turf course that appeared to favor the European runners…that, or the European contingent this year was just that strong.

Juddmonte Farms did the most sporting of gestures, bringing Europe’s best runner to the U.S. to tackle the $4 million Breeders’ Cup Turf (G1T). The 4-year-old filly Enable, the horse most everyone wanted to see, delivered in every way, pulling off a dramatic win while running closer to the stands side than the hedge in the stretch.

In delivering the first Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe/Breeders’ Cup Turf double dip, she squashed the “Curse of Dancing Brave.” Juddmonte’s Dancing Brave was the first to attempt the transatlantic double at Santa Anita Park in 1986, but had melted in the Southern California sun, finishing fourth at 1-2.

Few have embraced the Breeders’ Cup concept more than Juddmonte owner Prince Khalid Abdullah. A strong supporter of the series from the beginning—his Alphabatim ran fifth in the inaugural Turf in 1984—Juddmonte’s pair of scores Nov. 3 (homebred Expert Eye landed the Mile, G1T, as well) brought Juddmonte’s win total to six as breeder and seven overall.

That is in sharp contrast to Mike Abraham, the breeder of Accelerate, winner of the day’s biggest prize, the Breeders’ Cup Classic (G1).

A month before the main event, BloodHorse’s racing editor Alicia Wincze Hughes’ story on Abraham’s breeding of Accelerate on Bloodhorse.com told a different tale from the multi-generational grooming of families at Juddmonte.

At the 2011 Keeneland November sale Abraham ran across Issues, a daughter of Awesome Again, selling in foal to a rising stallion named Scat Daddy.

“I like Awesome Again mares, and she was young at the time and in foal to Scat Daddy, who I liked but who hadn’t really hit yet,” Abraham told Wincze Hughes. “To be honest with you, I hadn’t even looked at her, but I was looking at the pedigrees the night before, and when she went through the ring, I thought, if she doesn’t bring too much, I’m going to buy her. I didn’t even really look at her. I was up in the pavilion, but the price was certainly right. And the rest is certainly history.”

He paid $25,000 for her.

The following year he attempted to return Issues to Scat Daddy, but the Ashford Stud team wasn’t sure she’d be able to get into his book, so Abraham scoured the Ashford line up and landed on second-year stallion Lookin At Lucky.

A straight line isn’t always the path to glory.

The rest of the story can be found in Wincze Hughes’ Classic recap.

Fast Friday?

Let’s not read too much into the fact overall handle was down slightly at this year’s Breeders’ Cup compared to 2017. While Enable was a true draw to Thoroughbred diehards, the Classic lacked the Gun Runner vs. Arrogate angle from a year ago. The retirement of the Triple Crown winner Justify didn’t help the gate or handle either.

The “Future Stars Friday” format was new for 2018, adding a new race—the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf Sprint—to the mix. With an additional race, handle was off slightly from a year ago.

Juvenile form, especially with three races over a waterlogged turf course, might not be what hard-core bettors are willing to sink their teeth into.

Breeders’ Cup will likely give this format time to grow, but a suggestion might be to add some older-horse races to the Friday program. How about a “Fast and Furious Friday” that features the sprint-centric races of the Breeders’ Cup? The Sprint (G1), Filly & Mare Sprint (G1), Turf Sprint (G1T), Juvenile Turf Sprint, and Dirt Mile (G1) would make for a quick pick.


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With his mentor across the floor working the television broadcast, Louisville coach Jeff Walz reached a career win milestone.Asia Durr scored 33 points to help No. 5 Louisville beat Western…
          What's Going On Here: Day in the Sun      Cache   Translate Page      
Most owners, trainers, and racing fans were tricked by the Halloween deluge in Louisville, Ky., that dumped several inches of rain on Churchill Downs. However, the sport sure got a treat once the horses hit the track for the Nov. 2-3 Breeders’ Cup.
          Neural Networks and Optical Illusions      Cache   Translate Page      
In particular the use of the GAN architecture is of interest.

Neural Networks Don't Understand What Optical Illusions Are
By Technology Review

Machine vision systems cannot process images like this the way humans can.
University of Louisville researchers have determined that machine vision systems cannot process optical illusions the same way humans can.

Researchers at the University of Louisville have found that machine vision systems cannot process optical illusions in the same way humans can.

The researchers compiled a database of more than 6,000 images of optical illusions and trained a neural network to recognize them, then built a generative adversarial network to create optical illusions for itself. After seven hours of training, however, they found nothing of value was created.

The researchers believe generative adversarial networks are unlikely to be able to learn to trick human vision without being able to understand the principles behind such illusions, the result of crucial differences between machine vision systems and the human visual system. ... " 


          Breeders’ Cup 2018: The Review      Cache   Translate Page      
Far and away the biggest team of European runners ever assembled for a Breeders' Cup was flown in for the 2018 renewal, the 35th overall. But was it quality or just quantity in Louisville, Kentucky? And how did the betting go? All is revealed in what follows... The preamble A team of nearly fifty Euro […]
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          Today@WKU: November 7, 2018      Cache   Translate Page      

Welcome to Today@WKU, the daily newsletter from WKU Public Affairs, for November 7, 2018.

WKU News

  • Beta Alpha Psi Earns Superior Chapter Status: WKU’s chapter of Beta Alpha Psi has been recognized as a Superior Chapter by the international honor society. For its efforts, the chapter will receive an award of $500 from the KPMG Foundation.
  • WKU Professor Receives Faculty Award for Technology Design that Aids Student Learning: WKU announced in the spring of 2018 the recipients of the annual Faculty and University Awards. Among them was Dr. Xiaoxia “Silvie” Huang of the College of Education and Behavioral Sciences. The College chose Dr. Huang to receive this award for outstanding work in Research/Creativity.
  • WKU Public Radio Weekday Newscast Schedule: Tune into WKU Public Radio for national and international news from NPR, and local newscasts every half hour during Morning Edition (4-9 a.m. Central), and All Things Considered (3-6 p.m. Central), as well as local news features and interviews produced by the WKU news staff. WKU's Public Radio can be heard on WKYU-FM (88.9) in Bowling Green/Glasgow; WDCL-FM (89.7) in Somerset/Campbellsville; WKPB-FM (88.9) in Henderson/Owensboro; WKUE-FM (90.9) in Elizabethtown/Bardstown; and online at http://www.wkyufm.org/

Follow WKU News: Subscribe to our daily email newsletter; follow WKU News on Twitter @wkunews or on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/WKUNews.

WKU Sports

  • Men’s basketball: Tops Can't Sustain Lead in 73-55 Loss to Washington: WKU Hilltopper Basketball led No. 25/24 Washington by nine points at halftime Tuesday, but couldn't sustain the lead on the road in a 73-55 loss to open the season. The Hilltoppers (0-1) finished the first half on a 20-2 run, including the final 17 points of the frame, to make it 36-27 WKU at the break. But Washington (1-0) opened the second half with a 13-0 run, then outscored WKU 15-2 later to pull away for good. Next: WKU vs. UT Martin at 6 p.m. Saturday.
  • Women’s basketball: Lady Toppers Drop Hard-Fought Battle to Louisville, 102-80: Asia Durr scored 33 points to help No. 5 Louisville beat WKU 102-80 on Tuesday night and get coach Jeff Walz his 300th career win. Tuesday also marked the head coaching debut of Greg Collins at WKU (0-1). The defending Conference USA Tournament champion Lady Toppers orchestrated two runs in the first half to trim Louisville's lead to single digits, but Durr and the Cardinals never let it get close. Next: WKU at Oklahoma at 7 p.m. Friday.
  • Football: Practice Report: WKU Football concluded practice Tuesday evening as the Hilltoppers look to battle the Florida Atlantic Owls this Saturday in Boca Raton, Fla. The game will be streamed on Stadium including Facebook Live at 4 p.m. CT. More: Hilltoppers in the NFL

More: For updates on WKU Athletics, follow @WKUSports on Twitter or WKU Athletics on Facebook.

WKU in the News

More: Check out WKU in the News page.

WKU Alumni

More: Visit the WKU Alumni website.

WKU Admissions

More: Visit the WKU Admissions website; Information for Prospective Students

What’s Happening At-WKU

Ongoing/continuing events

Wednesday, November 7

Thursday, November 8

Friday, November 9

  • 8 a.m.: Head for The Hill open house event. Diddle Arena. Contact Admissions, (270) 745-2551.
  • 8:30 a.m.: Berta Seminar 2018: Identifying and Addressing the Social and Emotional Needs of Gifted Students with guest speaker Lisa Van Gemert, author of Perfectionism: A Practical Guide to Managing ‘Never Good Enough.’ Knicely Conference Center. Contact Gifted Studies, (270) 745-6323.
  • 11 a.m.: Veterans Day Ceremony. Guthrie Bell Tower. Contact ROTC, (270) 745-4293.
  • 11:30 a.m.: ROTC Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony. Jack and Jackie Harbaugh Club, Houchens Industries-L.T. Smith Stadium. Contact ROTC, (270) 745-4293.
  • 3 p.m.: Cuban Salsa Workshop. Gordon Wilson Hall. Contact International Programs, (270) 745-5334.
  • 3:30 p.m.: 38th Annual WKU Mathematics Symposium. Snell Hall, first floor. Contact Mathematics, (270) 745-3651.
  • 8 p.m.: Theatre Production: Hair: The American Tribal Love-Rock Musical. Ivan Wilson Fine Arts Center’s Russell Miller Theatre. Admission is $20; $16 for students and seniors. Recommended for mature audiences. Contact Theatre and Dance, (270) 745-5845.

For upcoming events: Visit What's Happening at WKU or WKU’s online events calendar

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          Today@WKU: November 6, 2018      Cache   Translate Page      

Welcome to Today@WKU, the daily newsletter from WKU Public Affairs, for November 6, 2018.

WKU News

  • National Speaker Lisa Van Gemert to Present at 2018 Berta Seminar: Noted author, teacher and mother of gifted children Lisa Van Gemert will present at the 2018 Berta Seminar on identifying and addressing the social and emotional needs of gifted students. The event will take place 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Friday (Nov. 9) at WKU’s Knicely Conference Center.
  • WKU Week in Photos: Oct. 29-Nov. 3, 2018: Check out the latest installment of WKU Week in Photos by Clinton Lewis and Bryan Lemon of WKU Public Affairs on WKU's Facebook page.
  • Fall Super Saturdays: Check out photos from Week 3 of Fall Super Saturdays.
  • WKU Public Radio Weekday Newscast Schedule: Tune into WKU Public Radio for national and international news from NPR, and local newscasts every half hour during Morning Edition (4-9 a.m. Central), and All Things Considered (3-6 p.m. Central), as well as local news features and interviews produced by the WKU news staff. WKU's Public Radio can be heard on WKYU-FM (88.9) in Bowling Green/Glasgow; WDCL-FM (89.7) in Somerset/Campbellsville; WKPB-FM (88.9) in Henderson/Owensboro; WKUE-FM (90.9) in Elizabethtown/Bardstown; and online at http://www.wkyufm.org/

Follow WKU News: Subscribe to our daily email newsletter; follow WKU News on Twitter @wkunews or on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/WKUNews.

WKU Sports

More: For updates on WKU Athletics, follow @WKUSports on Twitter or WKU Athletics on Facebook.

WKU in the News

More: Check out WKU in the News page.

WKU Alumni

More: Visit the WKU Alumni website.

WKU Admissions

More: Visit the WKU Admissions website; Information for Prospective Students

What’s Happening At-WKU

Ongoing/continuing events

Tuesday, November 6

Wednesday, November 7

For upcoming events: Visit What's Happening at WKU or WKU’s online events calendar

About Today@WKU


          WKU Basketball Event Parking      Cache   Translate Page      

Event parking and shuttle service details for this week’s games are provided below.  As a reminder, all reserved parking lots close when event operations begin.

Game Times the week of Nov 5th:

  • Tuesday, Nov. 6th.  Lady Toppers vs Louisville.  Tip-off at 7:00 PM.
    • Event parking operations begins at 3:00 PM
    • Free public parking available in PS1 or PS2.

  • Saturday, Nov. 10thHilltoppers vs UT Martin.  Tip off at 6:00 PM.
    • Event parking operations begin at 1:30 PM
    • Free public parking available in Kentucky St Lot, ASG or Creason Lot.
    • Shuttle Service from ASG and PS3 begins at 4:00 PM.

As a reminder, the following lots are reserved in support of basketball games:

  • All parking lots surrounding Diddle Arena
  • For Women’s games (See Women’s Basketball Map):
    • Parking Structure 2 Floors 1 & 2 are reserved.
    • A portion of Avenue of Champions is reserved.
  • For Men’s games (See Men’s Weeknight Basketball Map; See Men’s Weekend Basketball Map):
    • Parking Structure 2, College Heights Blvd Lot and a portion of the South Lawn Lot are reserved
    • Parking Structure 1:  Entire facility; H1 permits honored.
    • A portion of Creason Lot and PS3 are reserved.
  • When event operations begin, entrance to reserved areas is restricted to event permit holders only.  Non-event vehicles must clear lot by 2 hours before tip-off.

For more information about the upcoming basketball season, visit Men’s Basketball Schedule and Women’s Basketball Schedule.

Thanks for helping to make each game day a successful one!

GO TOPS!

 

 

 


          Today@WKU: November 5, 2018      Cache   Translate Page      

Welcome to Today@WKU, the daily newsletter from WKU Public Affairs, for November 5, 2018.

Cloudy this morning at WKU but strong/severe storms are possible tonight. For updates, follow @WKUweather

WKU News

  • Business & Professionalism Week in the GFCB: The Gordon Ford College of Business is celebrating Business & Professionalism Week this week (Nov. 5-9) with a lengthy list of nearly 20 workshops and seminars designed to enhance students’ knowledge of workplace readiness. More: International Education Week at WKU
  • View from the Hill: Sensory calming room at football games: The excitement of athletic events can often cause overstimulation for people with sensory issues. That’s why a sensory calming room has been added to WKU home football games. WKU's Amy Bingham takes us inside in the View from the Hill.
  • WKU Public Radio Weekday Newscast Schedule: Tune into WKU Public Radio for national and international news from NPR, and local newscasts every half hour during Morning Edition (4-9 a.m. Central), and All Things Considered (3-6 p.m. Central), as well as local news features and interviews produced by the WKU news staff. WKU's Public Radio can be heard on WKYU-FM (88.9) in Bowling Green/Glasgow; WDCL-FM (89.7) in Somerset/Campbellsville; WKPB-FM (88.9) in Henderson/Owensboro; WKUE-FM (90.9) in Elizabethtown/Bardstown; and online at http://www.wkyufm.org/

Follow WKU News: Subscribe to our daily email newsletter; follow WKU News on Twitter @wkunews or on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/WKUNews.

WKU Sports

More: For updates on WKU Athletics, follow @WKUSports on Twitter or WKU Athletics on Facebook.

WKU in the News

More: Check out WKU in the News page.

WKU Alumni

More: Visit the WKU Alumni website.

WKU Admissions

More: Visit the WKU Admissions website; Information for Prospective Students

What’s Happening At-WKU

Ongoing/continuing events

Monday, November 5

  • 9 a.m.: International Education Conference. Tate Page Hall. Contact Wouter Van Alebeek, (270) 745-3938.
  • 9:10 a.m.: International Education Week Dialogue Series: ENG 300 Research. Cherry Hall, room 19. Contact International Programs, (270) 745-5334.
  • 3:30 p.m.: Gender Images & Sustainability Fall Film Series: Night Moves. Jody Richards Hall Auditorium. Contact Gender & Women’s Studies, (270) 745-6477.
  • 3:30 p.m.: Presentation: Economic Transformation in Zimbabwe by Kevin and Susan Frey, Founders and Directors of Eden Ministries Inc. and Eden Children’s Village. Grise Hall, room 235. Contact Brian Strow, (270) 745-7082.
  • 4 p.m.: International Education Week Dialogue Series: Unite: A Workshop for Community Building Among Diverse Students. Downing Student Union, room 3003. Contact International Programs, (270) 745-5334.
  • 4:30 p.m.: Gender & Women’s Studies Gail Martin Lecture Series: Racial Justice in Anishinaabe Aki by Cecelia Rose LaPointe. Downing Student Union, room 3020. Contact Gender & Women’s Studies, (270) 745-6477.
  • 7 p.m.: Student Panel: Careers in International Affairs and Service. Mahurin Honors College-International Center, room 2001. Contact Office of Scholar Development, (270) 745-5043.

Tuesday, November 6

For upcoming events: Visit What's Happening at WKU or WKU’s online events calendar

About Today@WKU


          (USA-KY-Louisville) Product and Marketing Specialist - Jefferson Mall      Cache   Translate Page      
Product and Marketing Specialist - Jefferson Mall **4801 OUTER LOOP** **Louisville, Kentucky** **40219** **Job#: 262634** **Date Posted:Nov. 06, 2018** **Job Status: Full-time** Forget what you know about old-school industry rules. When you work at Old Navy, you’re choosing a different path. From day one, we’ve been on a mission to democratize fashion and make shopping fun again. Our teams make style accessible to everyone, creating high-quality, must-have fashion essentials for the whole family, with love, season after season. We opened our first store in 1994 in San Francisco and have been on a roll ever since. Today, customers can find fabulous fashion at affordable prices online and in one of our 1,000+ stores globally. Old Navy celebrates a workplace that’s just as diverse as our customers. Fun, fashion, family and value are at the heart of everything we do. We cultivate a community of playful personalities that thrive in a fast-paced environment where our employees can be their most authentic selves. Here, we’re family. Old Navy – a brand for everyone a place for you! Old Navy makes current American fashion essentials accessible to every family. From day one, Old Navy was a revolution. We were something the world had never seen - fabulous, affordable fashion. We didn't take ourselves too seriously, and we broke the industry's rules. What we believe in today is exactly what we believed in when we started: we’re on a mission to democratize fashion and make shopping fun again. We opened our first store in 1994 in San Francisco and have been on a roll ever since. Today, customers can find their must-have fashion essentials online as well as in one of our 1,000+ stores located globally. As part of the Field organization, you make the brand come to life for our customers. Our stores are fast paced, fun, diverse and full of passionate people who love fashion. The Field offers endless opportunities to grow your career and be a leader – of your peers, of teams, of a business, and in the community. Old Navy – a brand for everyone, a place for you! **Job Summary:** As the Product and Marketing Specialist, you drive profitable sales growth by managing execution of the signage, marketing, shipment, replenishment processes, and by ensuring back of house standards are met and maintained. You are the subject matter expert in all product operational processes, and ensure Brand Associates consistently meet company productivity standards and compliance measures. You support the development of the team. You create a culture of engagement and high performance through development and coaching of all Brand Associates. As an Old Navy leader, your first priority is to contribute to the success of your store. This means that you not only deliver in your role as the Product and Marketing Specialist, but you also model leadership behaviors and deliver as a manager on duty. As the Manager on Duty, you deliver results during your assigned time, drive key performance indicators and brand loyalty by leading through your team. You make decisions and collaborate with other members of your store leadership team to prioritize work based on business needs and company direction. **Key Competencies:** + Functional and Technical Skills + Informing + Organizing + Priority Setting + Peer Relationships + Learning Agility + Managing and Measuring Work **Note:** This position description indicates the general nature and levels of work, knowledge, skills, abilities and other essential functions expected for the aforementioned position. 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Louisville wanted to be here. The Cardinals were excited to play in the Sugar Bowl. After winning this year’s Big East Conference crown, a trip to the French Quarter was icing on a damn delicious cake.
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U. Maryland announced their departure from the ACC last Monday, Nov 19 for the Big Ten, and the ACC has already voted in its replacement. Louisville will be joining the ACC in 2014 and become the sixth former Big East team to make the ACC move.
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Two years ago, the Louisville Cardinals sat at 9-1 on the season and were the No. 3 team in the country. It all fell apart after that – two years later Bobby Petrino is on the hot seat and the team has won just two games through Week 10. The losses are piling up and […]

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The SEC bias and ACC bias is real this season. Joel Klatt touched on the ACC when he was interviewed on the Herd after initial rankings so I suggest people watch that interview cause he truly schools Cowherd (it's brilliant). SO I will attempt to scratch the surface on the SEC bias. I just do not get the hype of the SEC and the beating of their own chest that they collectively do as a conference. The fact SEC teams with 2 or 3 losses are ranked ahead of teams with less losses is asinine or when they lose by 29 they only drop 4, FOUR SPOTS, in the poll. WE know Florida is fraudulent, they barely escaped Vandy, we got crap for that. Where is their "crap for that", and MISS St. who have they really beat? Auburn ranked again, are you serious? We now know their wins in week 1 against non-conference teams were against subpar teams (Auburn vs WASH, Miami vs LSU, Alabama vs. Louisville, MISS St. vs K State, etc.) then they play one high school team a year, bully them, and then have the Finebaum's and the Tebow's savor at the conference as a whole. Outside of Bama and Georgia, no one in the SEC genuinely scares me. And they shouldn't scare any competent teams especially north of the Mason Dixon. Until they play North teams in THEIR own stadiums (no neutral site BS), IN NOVEMBER, and then put a whooping on them? Then maybe I will change my tunes. dal63, I agree wholeheartedly with your statement. This is a ploy to make a one loss Bama still have a chance if they lose SEC title game. By keeping the SEC champ and Bama in, they take away from 3 P5 conference champs (assuming ND goes undefeated) and there is no valid way of stating that that is what is right cause time of Loss SHOULD matter. Perfect example: Michigan opening week loss, but still ranked 4th. SEC makes my blood boil, I don't like to hate things but I genuinely loathe that conference and their fans I have conversed with are very narcissistic when they shouldn't be.
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Artist: Joyce J. Scott
Venue: Peter Blum, New York
Exhibition Title: What Next and Why Not
Date: September 27 – November 10, 2018
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Images courtesy of the artist and Peter Blum, New York. Installation photos by Etienne Frossard.
Press Release:
Peter Blum Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibition of sculptural works by Joyce J. Scott entitled What Next and Why Not at 176 Grand Street, New York. This is the artist’s first solo show with the gallery.
This exhibition will focus on works made since the year 2000, that bridge the gap between craft aesthetics and contemporary sculpture. The group of approximately 20 sculptures incorporates Scott’s trademark beadwork with, blown glass, found objects, and mixed-media. Scott’s visual lexicon integrates elements from a wide variety of cultures and spiritual traditions, including influences from her post graduate studies in Mexico, West African Yoruba weaving techniques, Native American and transcendent Buddhist belief systems, and perhaps most importantly, American Southern traditions of quilting, weaving, and beadwork which are deeply rooted in her own family history.
The visual richness of the objects is held in stark contrast to the weight of the subject matter that they explore. The works dive deep into issues of class, race, gender, and violence, often mining history to better understand the present moment. The sculptures embed cultural critique within the pleasurable experience of viewing a pristinely crafted object. This dichotomy is at the center of Scott’s practice and this exhibition. The titles of the works provide an entry point into the narratives at play. For example, Sex Traffic 2, 2017, depicts a floating nude female figure made of dark brown/green blown glass, embraced by an intricately beaded white skeleton. In War Woman II, 2014, Scott combines an African sculpture with mosaic glass, beads, metal keys and a group of cast glass guns.
Scott’s works delve into the extremes of human nature—conflating humor and horror, beauty and brutality—all the while infusing a deep sense of humanity into the complex conversations of the day.
Joyce J. Scott (b. 1948, Baltimore) received a BFA (1970) from the Maryland Institute College of Art, an MFA (1971) from Instituto Allende in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. Scott was named a MacArthur fellow in 2016. Recent solo museum exhibitions include: Grounds for Sculpture, NJ (2017), Fuller Craft Museum, MA (2016), MOCA Cleveland (2015), Museum of Art and Design, NYC (2014), Houston Center for Contemporary Art, (2007), Baltimore Museum of Art, MD (2000). Group museum exhibitions include: African American Museum in Philadelphia (2017), Delaware Art Museum (2016), Philadelphia Museum of Art (2015), MFA Boston (2015), and the Metropolitan Museum of Art (2014), among others. Public collections include: Baltimore Museum of Art, MD; Brooklyn Museum of Art, NY; Detroit Institute of the Arts, MI; Los Angeles County Museum of Art, CA; Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY, Museum of Art and Design, NY; Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX; The Smithsonian, Washington, DC; Philadelphia Museum of Art, PA; Speed Museum, Louisville, KY; Yale University, New Haven, CT, among others.

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Nationally ranked Syracuse closes out its home schedule with a Friday night tilt against lowly Louisville. The Cardinals blasted the Orange in the teams' last two meetings, winning by a combined score of 118-38 as they racked up more than 400 rushing yards in each of the victories.
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The Week 11 edition of college football picks against the spread is highlighted by an intriguing battle in the SEC East as Florida looks to snap a two-game losing streak. Elsewhere, Syracuse hopes to stay hot against struggling Louisville; Georgia Tech aims for its third straight win as Miami visits Atlanta; and Kentucky heads to Tennessee searching for its first win in Knoxville since 1984. Here are 10 predictions for games against the spread.

 


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The cast of The Wolves includes Lucy Buchanan, Riley Walker, Hayley Pellis, Penelope Gerosa, Sammi Gainer, Tea Sherrill, Rachel Mackall, Anna Jenkins and
Emily Peterson.
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Performance dates and a change in venue are in order for the Actors Bridge Ensemble's production of The Wolves by Sarah DeLappe. Originally scheduled to open this Friday night at Belmont's Black Box Theatre, the Nashville premiere of the 2017 Pulitzer Prize-nominated play about a girls' indoor soccer team will now run November 30-December 2 and December 6-8 at the Darkhorse Theater, 4610 Charlotte Avenue, according to ABE artistic director Vali Forrister.

"It's exciting to be presenting the Nashville premiere of such an innovative new play," Forrister says. "I spend a lot of time with teenage girls through our Act Like a GRRRL program. The Wolves' dialogue, both the cadence and the content is spot-on as the girls navigate the terrain of adolescence, balancing self-identity and team loyalty."

Directed by First Night Award winner Jaclynn Jutting, the cast includes Lucy Buchanan, Riley Walker, Hayley Pellis, Penelope Gerosa, Sammi Gainer, Tea Sherrill, Rachel Mackall, Anna Jenkins, Emily Peterson, and CJ Tucker.

The Wolves was a finalist for the 2017 Pulitzer Prize for Drama and, according to American Theatre Magazine is among the "Top Ten Most Produced Plays of 2018-19." DeLappe's first play, The Wolves won the American Playwriting Foundation Relentless Award.

Darkhorse Theater is being transformed into an indoor soccer arena complete with astroturf. The cast has their own soccer coach, Brent Maddox, who is helping them prepare for the physical demands of the play.

According to The New York Times: "The scary, exhilarating brightness of raw adolescence emanates from every scene of The Wolves."

The Story: The Wolves follows a girls' indoor soccer team as they warm-up for a series of games. Over quad stretches and squats, the young women prepare to defend the Wolves' undefeated record, their banter spilling from tampons to genocide to the pressures of preparing for their adult lives. A portrait of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness for nine American girls who just want to score some goals.

Performance Schedule: ABE's production of Sarah DeLappe's The Wolves, directed by Jaclynn Jutting, will run Friday, November 30 at 7:30 p.m.; Saturday, December 1 at 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.; Sunday, December 2 at 4 p.m.; Thursday, December 6 at 7:30 p.m.; Friday, December 7 at 7:30 p.m.; and Saturday, December 8 at 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $25 in advance, $30 at the door. Students with a valid ID can purchase tickets for $15. For tickets, go to www.actors-bridge-wolves.eventbrite.com.

About the playwright: Sarah DeLappe's play The Wolves premiered Off Broadway at The Playwrights Realm, following an engagement at New York Stage and Film, and development at Clubbed Thumb and the Great Plains Theatre Conference. The Wolves received the American Playwriting Foundation's inaugural Relentless Award and was a finalist for the 2016 Susan Smith Blackburn Prize and the Yale Drama Series Prize. DeLappe is the Page One Playwright for The Playwright's Realm and was a resident artist at the Sitka Fellows Program and SPACE on Ryder Farm. An alumna of Clubbed Thumb Early Career Writers Group and New Georges Audrey Residency, she is currently a member of the Ars Nova Play Group and a Resident Playwright at LCT3. Commissions: Playwrights Horizons, Atlantic Theater, Studio Theatre, Two River Theater Company, EST/Sloan, and Actors Theatre of Louisville. DeLappe received her MFA in Playwriting from Brooklyn College.

About Actors Bridge Ensemble: For 23 years, Actors Bridge has been telling stories Nashville needs to witness as we produce socially conscious plays, create new work, train theater artists, and expand what counts as theater in our community. We are locally born and bred with a deep commitment to reflecting our city back to herself. We offer a home for emerging artists to develop their voice and for established artists to take new risks. We have produced over 90 plays, including 14 world premieres and 60 Nashville premieres. We are in residence at Belmont University and at our studio at the Darkhorse Chapel. Actors Bridge is the home of Act Like a GRRRL. The company is led by co-founder Vali Forrister. For more information, go to www.actorsbridge.org.

ABE's 2018-19 season will continue March 22-31, 2019, with another Nashville premiere: Claudia Rankine's Citizen: An American Citizen, adapted for the stage by Stephen Sachs, which will be directed by Jon Royal at the Actors Bridge Studio at Darkhorse Chapel.


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          Journeyman HVAC Service Technician - Design Mechanical Incorporated - Louisville, CO      Cache   Translate Page      
Valid driver's license and clear MVR. The Commercial Service Technician is responsible for the maintenance, troubleshooting and repair of HVAC systems utilizing...
From Design Mechanical Incorporated - Sat, 03 Nov 2018 13:00:52 GMT - View all Louisville, CO jobs
          Journeyman Sheet Metal Installers - Design Mechanical Incorporated - Louisville, CO      Cache   Translate Page      
Valid driver s license. Locally, we re a small family environment that has summer picnics and job completion BBQ s, but nationally we re one the largest...
From Design Mechanical Incorporated - Thu, 25 Oct 2018 12:52:45 GMT - View all Louisville, CO jobs
          Clinical Account Manager - Apria Healthcare - Louisville, CO      Cache   Translate Page      
Must possess a valid driver's license. Current licensure as a Registered Nurse or Registered Dietitian or Registration/Certification by the National Board for...
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          Delivery Technician - Sign On Bonus - Apria Healthcare - Louisville, CO      Cache   Translate Page      
The employee must possess and maintain a valid driver's license, specific to vehicle operated in the conduct of this job....
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          Respiratory Therapist - Apria Healthcare - Louisville, CO      Cache   Translate Page      
Hold a current RCP license in the state of practice (or states that the location covers) if that state requires an RCP license to allow the practice of...
From Apria Healthcare - Fri, 12 Oct 2018 20:01:40 GMT - View all Louisville, CO jobs
          Territory Manager - Apria Healthcare - Louisville, CO      Cache   Translate Page      
Enters call plan and logs calls along with the decisions and outcomes into the &quot;Sales Management System&quot; (SMS)....
From Apria Healthcare - Thu, 11 Oct 2018 09:38:49 GMT - View all Louisville, CO jobs
          Branch Coordinator - Apria Healthcare - Louisville, CO      Cache   Translate Page      
Valid driver's license. Provide reception services as first point of contact including telephone reception and in-person....
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          Operations Account Liaison - Apria Healthcare - Louisville, CO      Cache   Translate Page      
Makes follow-up calls to patients that are awaiting special order items. As an EOE/AA employer, Apria Healthcare is committed to providing all applicants and...
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          Service Associate - Scheduling Center - Gastroenterology of the Rockies - Louisville, CO      Cache   Translate Page      
Answer incoming calls from patients, physicians, suppliers, vendors, and others who call our organization. Take incoming calls and route them to the appropriate...
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          Entry-Level Purchasing Agent - Gastroenterology of the Rockies - Louisville, CO      Cache   Translate Page      
Develop, track, and report key functional metrics to measure department and business performance. Develop and maintain budgets....
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          IT Support Technician - Gastroenterology of the Rockies - Louisville, CO      Cache   Translate Page      
Possession of a full clean driver’s license is required with a reliable vehicle. Respond to staff support request tickets, calls, and emails....
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          Patient Account Representative - Gastroenterology of the Rockies - Louisville, CO      Cache   Translate Page      
Make collection calls and responds to incoming calls from patients. Gastroenterology of the Rockies is a rapidly growing Gastroenterology practice in Boulder...
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          Police kill so many Black men needlessly, but Gregory Alan Bush killed my relative — and lived      Cache   Translate Page      

“Mom, where are you?” I remember these being my first thoughts and words when I first heard the news about a shooting in Jeffersontown, Ky., a suburb of Louisville. My stomach dropped and my heart beat wildly in my chest. J-town is where I grew up. It’s where I return for family gatherings and holiday […]

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          Nov 15, 2018: Department of Physics and Astronomy Lecture Series at Wright Lecture Hall      Cache   Translate Page      

"What Can the Occult Do for You? Using Overlapping Galaxies to Probe Dust Properties in Galaxies" is the title of the talk to be presented by Benne Holwerda, associate professor of physics at the Unversity of Louisville.

Abstract:

Interstellar dust is still a dominant uncertainty in astronomy, limiting precision in e.g., cosmological distance estimates and models of how light is reprocessed within a galaxy. When a foreground galaxy serendipitously overlaps a more distant one, the latter backlights the dusty structures in the nearer foreground galaxy.

Such an overlapping or occulting galaxy pair can be used to measure the distribution of dust in the closest galaxy with great accuracy. The STARSMOG program uses Hubble to map the distribution of dust in foreground galaxies in fine (<100 pc) detail. Integral Field Unit (IFU) observations will map the effective extinction curve, disentangling the role of fine-scale geometry and grain composition on the path of light through a galaxy.

The overlapping galaxy technique promises to deliver a clear understanding of the dust in galaxies: geometry, a probability function of dimming as a function of galaxy mass and radius, and its dependence on wavelength.

A reception for Professor Holwerda begins at 4:10 p.m. in the Anderson Lounge, Wright Lab, second floor.

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          Service Desk Analyst      Cache   Translate Page      
KY-Louisville, Service Desk Analyst Note: This is a contract role for a consultant with previous Service Desk / Help Desk experience with inbound IT support calls an will need strong Windows 10 troubleshooting experience for this role, Incident Ticketing, call resulution, escalations, etc. Responsibilities: Provides Service Desk Support by; supporting users in diagnosing, reporting and resolving or correcting ha
          Clinical Account Manager      Cache   Translate Page      
CO-Louisville, Job Summary With over 300 locations across the US, Apria Healthcare’s mission is to improve the quality of life for our 1.8 million patients at home by providing home respiratory services and select medical equipment to help them sleep better, breathe better, heal faster, and thrive longer. Additional information can be found at www.apria.com. JOB SUMMARY This position is primarily responsible for
          Engineering Manager – Automotive Supplier      Cache   Translate Page      
KY-LOUISVILLE, Engineering Manager – Automotive Supplier Salary $95,000– $120,000 PLUS Benefits & Paid Relocation to the Southern USA Global automotive parts manufacturing organization is seeking an Engineering Manager for their Southern manufacturing facility. You should be able to step into this role and immediately provide direction and leadership to ensure all engineering and maintenance objectives are accom
          Caregiver - Atria Springdale - USA-KY-Louisville      Cache   Translate Page      
Caregiver - Atria Springdale in Louisville Metro Kentucky Provide daily living assistance to our residents with a friendly smile. Provide medication reminders and verbal encouragement and support to o...
          Pharmacy Technician (Part Time)      Cache   Translate Page      
KY-LOUISVILLE, Rite aid, now a Walgreens - Location 4634 SUMMARY The primary purpose of the Pharmacy Technician is to assist the Pharmacist and Pharmacy Manager with serving customers and maintaining the Pharmacy department. The incumbent is also required to perform all tasks in a safe manner consistent with corporate policies and state and federal laws. RESPONSIBILITIES:  Perform all functions and duties of a
          McConnell: Democrats Should Avoid Trump 'Harassment'      Cache   Translate Page      
U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky has a message for Democrats as they prepare to take control of the House of Representatives next year. The Louisville Courier-Journal reports McConnell says Democrats in the chamber should avoid using their new majority to conduct what he calls “presidential harassment”. The Kentucky Republican compares threats from the left to investigate many parts of the Trump presidency to the impeachment of Bill Clinton in the 90’s. McConnell says Clinton’s numbers increased while the G-O-P underperformed in the next election.
          GOP Senator: Louisville Woman Lied About Being Kavanaugh Accuser      Cache   Translate Page      
Investigators from the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee say that a Louisville woman lied about being the author of an anonymous letter that included sexual assault allegations against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. In a referral to the Justice Department , the Judiciary Committee’s Chair Chuck Grassley said that a Louisville resident named Judy Munro-Leighton falsely claimed that she was the author of an anonymous handwritten letter that alleged Kavanaugh and another boy raped her in a car in high school.


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