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          Brand Representative - Abercrombie & Fitch - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page      
Store Presentation and Sales Floor - Maintains and updates visual and presentation standards throughout the store by completing and styling all table layers and...
From Abercrombie & Fitch - Thu, 06 Sep 2018 20:14:41 GMT - View all Nashville, TN jobs
          Nashville diocese releases names of 13 former priests accused of sexually abusing minors      Cache   Translate Page      

The Roman Catholic Diocese of Nashville has published the names of 13 former priests accused of sexually abusing minors. The ex-clergy listed served as priests from the 1940s to the 1990s and held positions at Catholic parishes, schools and youth programs across the state. 


          Tennessee faces defining choice in open US Senate contest      Cache   Translate Page      

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Democrat Phil Bredesen and Republican Marsha Blackburn are asking Tennessee voters to make polar-opposite statements Tuesday when they decide a critical, $85 million-and-counting U.S. Senate race. A win for Bredesen would show Tennesseans prefer the popular former two-term governor’s pledge to be independent in Washington, even though he’s a Democrat in […]
          R. J. Corman finalizes acquisitions      Cache   Translate Page      

R. J. Corman Railroad Company has finalized an agreement to acquire the Nashville & Eastern Railroad Corp. (NERR), Nashville & Western Railroad Corp. (NWR), Transit Solutions Group, a commuter rail operation, and three related operating entities.

The post R. J. Corman finalizes acquisitions appeared first on Railway Age.


          Cumberland Pharmaceuticals To Acquire VIBATIV(R)      Cache   Translate Page      
FDA approved injectable anti-infective with life-saving potential NASHVILLE, Tenn., Nov. 6, 2018 -- (Healthcare Sales & Marketing Network) -- Cumberland Pharmaceuticals Inc. (NASDAQ: CPIX) announced today that it has entered into a definitive agreement...
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Cumberland Pharmaceuticals, Theravance Biopharma, VIBATIV, telavancin
          Brand Representative - Abercrombie & Fitch - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page      
Store Presentation and Sales Floor - Maintains and updates visual and presentation standards throughout the store by completing and styling all table layers and...
From Abercrombie & Fitch - Thu, 06 Sep 2018 20:14:41 GMT - View all Nashville, TN jobs
          Seeking Nashville Document Review Attorneys      Cache   Translate Page      
TN-Nashville, Beacon Hill Legal is recruiting document review attorneys in Nashville, Tennessee. The successful document review candidate will have prior eDiscovery experience and in-depth knowledge of litigation and Relaitivty software. Qualifications include a J.D. and active Bar License (must be active and in good standing). Must have great communication skills, a good work ethic, be available to work on-sit
          Why are American Men therefore Desirable in Ukraine?      Cache   Translate Page      

Why are American Men therefore Desirable in Ukraine? In the event that you began heading out with one of many Ukrainian ladies, that are considered the most wonderful women on the planet, you may think about: why me personally? Why has she opted for me personally, United states, yet not her other citizen? Will it […]

The post Why are American Men therefore Desirable in Ukraine? appeared first on Nashville Soil.


          CORROSION OF CONFORMITY Announce North American Tour Dates With CROWBAR, MOTHERSHIP; Select Dates Include WEEDEATER, THE OBSESSED      Cache   Translate Page      
Corrosion Of Conformity have announced a North American tour in January/February 2019. The tour runs from January 19th in San Antonio, Texas through February 27th in Nashville, Tennessee. Joining COC on all dates is Crowbar and Mothership, with Weedeater on board from January 19th - February 13th, and The Obsessed...
          Willie Nelson at the Ryman Auditorium (November 5, 2009)      Cache   Translate Page      
Willie Nelson signs autographs after his Nashville concert at the Ryman Auditorium on Nov. 5, 2009. Photo Credit: Chris Parton On November 5, 2009, Willie Nelson performed at the Ryman Auditorium, in Nashville, playing songs on his forthcoming album, ‘Country Music.’ The following video is footage of Willie Nelson performing one of the songs from […]
          Comment on Annual Blog and Business Review and December Online Income Report by Kristin Larsen      Cache   Translate Page      
Awesome!! You should check out Nashville Meetup - we try to get together once a month, and the main host Mark is amazing. He puts on an hour presentation about different ways to make money online :)
          Comment on Annual Blog and Business Review and December Online Income Report by Steph      Cache   Translate Page      
Congrats on your successful career!!! You're such an inspiration. I live in the Nashville area as well! And I'm super jealous you get to work from home and avoid all the traffic haha. That alone is priceless!!!
          Comment on Annual Blog and Business Review and December Online Income Report by Steph      Cache   Translate Page      
Holy moly! Congrats on your success! I just used your Bluehost link to set up a site Saturday. I can't even imagine making $100 bucks blogging, it is just such a fun hobby! I'm also from the Nashville area, so I'm super jealous you work from home and avoid traffic haha. :) congrats again, you're crazy inspiring.
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7 Nov 2018 - Theatre at Palace Theatre

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Now seen by over 250,000 fans direct from Ireland Europe's No 1 Country music show " The Legends of American Country " returns to Redditch for another fantastic night of toe tapping Country classics.

The 2018 tour will showcase highly acclaimed tributes to Dolly Parton , Johnny Cash , Merle Haggard, Tammy Wynette and Kenny Rogers and 5 brand new tributes to icons George Jones , Charley Pride , Patsy Cline , Glen Campbell and Don Williams.

The show features 4 fantastic singers who are all backed by the super Country Storm band and coupled with an authentic stage set that will transport you all the way to Nashville and back.


          Baldwin 6547 Keyed Brass Satin Entr Black And Y Nashville Mortise Lock Single Cylinder      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Nashville, TN Chapter - Football Game-Watch Gathering      Cache   Translate Page      
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          My Talk From The STORY Conference      Cache   Translate Page      
A few months ago, I had the chance to speak at the STORY Conference in Nashville, TN. It's a gathering of 1,200 creative pros across multiple disciplines designed to talk about the power of story in our work and lives. My talk centered on the unique pressures of creating for a living, and a few opposing forces that are especially difficult to identify and surmount. I also shared the importance of identifying Productive Passion as a method for working through those forces and putting your best work into the world.
          Nashville's Megan Davies announces UK dates (2019)      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Certified Court Reporters and Transcriptionists - Nashville, TN - Jamison Professional Services Inc - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page      
Jamison Professional Services, Inc. (“JPS”) is currently seeking qualified and motivated candidate for the position of Certified Court Reporters and...
From Jamison Professional Services Inc - Fri, 14 Sep 2018 23:26:45 GMT - View all Nashville, TN jobs
          This Way Out: Hope Trumps Hate + global LGBTQ news + more!, Segment 1      Cache   Translate Page      
Young people against hate indict Trump; finding shaky sanctuaries in "Our Happy Hours"; a singing Nashville grandma salutes LGBTQ pioneers; Dar es Salaam’s Governor announces an all-out queer purge in Tanzania, while a multi-national security group probes alleged Chechen atrocities, Taipei Pride is tempered by marriage equality anxiety, library books abound in Iowa after a fiery "Drag Queen Story Time" protest, and more global LGBTQ news!

          Guest Services Manager - Hotel Indigo Nashville Downtown - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page      
Manual dexterity and coordination to operate office equipment, including 10 key adding machines, personal computers, fax machines, and photo copiers.... $45,000 a year
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          Guest Services Manager/PM - Hotel Indigo Nashville Downtown - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page      
Manual dexterity and coordination to operate office equipment, including 10 key adding machines, personal computers, fax machines, and photo copiers....
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          Machine learning Python hacks, creepy Linux commands, Thelio, Podman, and more      Cache   Translate Page      
I'm filling in again for this weeks top 10 while  Rikki Endsley  is recovering from  LISA 18  held last week in Nashville, Tennessee. We're starting to gather articles for our 4 th annual Open Source ... - Source: opensource.com
          The Pressure Kids – “Team”      Cache   Translate Page      

The Pressure Kids are indie-rockers from Nashville, who met five years ago during their freshman year of college. “Team” is a track released recently, blending catchy power-pop charm with a hint of country twang in the chorus. They also released an EP earlier this year, streaming here. “Team” is a fun, melodic success with a […]

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          Will More Pennsylvania Law Firms Look to the South?      Cache   Translate Page      
Pennsylvania-based firms are mulling expansion in the Carolinas, Georgia or Nashville. But they may have trouble finding the right match.
      

          (Nashville) Glock 36 - $ 500      Cache   Translate Page      
Glock 36 in excellent condition 3 mags 2 have Pearce +1 extensions box paperwork and a safariland holster. 200 rounds down range $500.00  call or text 615-999-3476
          IT Auditor, SAP      Cache   Translate Page      
TN-Nashville, Qualifications Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, MIS, Accounting or other related degree. Minimum of four (4) years of related work experience CISA, CISSP or other similar certifications desired Fluent in English. Knowledge of other languages (Spanish/Portuguese) a plus. Exceptionally strong analytical and evaluation skills Ability to prioritize and manage multiple deliverables Ability to tra
          IT Auditor, SAP      Cache   Translate Page      
TN-Nashville, Qualifications Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, MIS, Accounting or other related degree. Minimum of four (4) years of related work experience CISA, CISSP or other similar certifications desired Fluent in English. Knowledge of other languages (Spanish/Portuguese) a plus. Exceptionally strong analytical and evaluation skills Ability to prioritize and manage multiple deliverables Ability to tra
          The House Where Jimmy Lives      Cache   Translate Page      

Laurel in Nashville, Ohio called in to tell of a weird experience she had:

“This happened when my son was just starting junior high school and making friends and doing sleepovers. I lived in a kind of rural place where you’d have to drive your children there. And a friend asked him to spend the night and I said, 'Sure.' I drove him to this house - beautiful eight room house surrounded by 20 acres. The mother took me on a tour of the house. She was so proud of it. They had just moved in. He slept the night and that was it.

A few weeks later, he said, 'Mom, can I spend the night again at Jimmy’s house?' I said, 'Sure.' He said, 'They don’t live there anymore.' I said, 'What do you mean they don’t live there anymore?' He said, 'I don’t know, they moved.' So I took him to this new house which I was kind of familiar with. It was in my area. The mom wasn’t there, so I couldn’t talk to her. The dad waved. I drove off. That was it.

A few weeks later my son asked me if he could visit an amusement park – the big amusement park in Ohio with the family because they had to get up early and go. Well, to my surprise, the next morning, my son was walking up the lane to our farm and I’m like, 'Why aren’t you at the amusement park?' And he said, 'They had to move, somebody tried to strangle Jimmy in his sleep,' and I looked at my son. He had this red ligature mark around his neck like somebody took a magic marker. And I said, 'What happened?' And he didn’t even know it was there. (George Noory asks if an entity tried to strangle him in his sleep) And his little buddy, you know. I mean it was just crazy. No more sleeping over at Jimmy’s house, right.

A few years later, my two sons and I were sitting at our local Dairy Queen and he goes, 'That’s the house where Jimmy lives.' He sees him in the backyard and he makes jokes to me, 'You wanna go spend the night?' He goes, I’m gonna go talk to him. So he goes and talks to him and he came back and literally two weeks later, I was driving down that road and that house was gone. It was gone! There was no rubble. There was no sign of his big beautiful house as if it was never there.”

Source: Coast to Coast - October 31, 2018

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          PRN Crisis Response Counselor - Youth Villages - Paris, TN      Cache   Translate Page      
Memphis, Paris, Dyersburg, Jackson, Nashville, Columbia, Cookeville, Clarksville, Dickson, Chattanooga, Johnson City, Morristown and Knoxville....
From Youth Villages - Tue, 09 Oct 2018 22:24:34 GMT - View all Paris, TN jobs
          PRN Crisis Hotline Counselor - Youth Villages - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page      
Memphis, Paris, Dyersburg, Jackson, Nashville, Columbia, Cookeville, Clarksville, Dickson, Chattanooga, Morristown and Knoxville....
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          Crisis Hotline Counselor - Youth Villages - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page      
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          The core of the album is the seven acoustic songs ...      Cache   Translate Page      
The core of the album is the seven acoustic songs recorded at The Triad. Neil mentions one of these,the overdubbed version of Pocahontas. The second group of songs was recorded with band at Crazy Mama, Nashville, the J.J.Cale' s Studio. One of these songs was Field Opportunity, ended on CAT.
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          Machine learning Python hacks, creepy Linux commands, Thelio, Podman, and more      Cache   Translate Page      
I[he]#039[/he]m filling in again for this weeks top 10 while Rikki Endsley is recovering from LISA 18 held last week in Nashville, Tennessee. We[he]#039[/he]re starting to gather articles for our 4th annual Open Source Yearbook, get your proposals in soon. Enjoy this weeks[he]#039[/he] top 10.
          11/6/2018: CITY+REGION: WFCU ex-CEO receives honour      Cache   Translate Page      
Former Windsor Family Credit Union CEO Marty Komsa will be inducted into the Credit Union Executive Society Hall of Fame this weekend in Nashville, Tenn. The society is an international membership association dedicated to the education and development...
          With Her Win, Marsha Blackburn Could Become ‘Most Conservative Woman in Senate’      Cache   Translate Page      

NASHVILLE, Tennessee—Lisa Williams, who cast her ballot Tuesday for Republican Marsha Blackburn in the suburb of Brentwood, said she voted to promote the 15-year House... Read More

The post With Her Win, Marsha Blackburn Could Become ‘Most Conservative Woman in Senate’ appeared first on The Daily Signal.


          Amendment 1 passes in Davidson County      Cache   Translate Page      
Voters in Davidson County have approved a Community Oversight Board to investigate allegations of misconduct against the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department, according to a NewsChannel 5 projection.
          Garland, Shittu lead Vanderbilt past Winthrop 92-79      Cache   Translate Page      
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- Darius Garland scored 24 points, Simi Shittu added 18 and Vanderbilt won its season opener 92-79 over Winthrop on Tuesday night.
          Republican Marsha Blackburn wins tight Tennessee Senate battle      Cache   Translate Page      

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  • Republican Rep. Marsha Blackburn has won the Senate race in Tennessee against Democratic former Gov. Phil Bredesen, keeping the red state in GOP hands. 
  • President Donald Trump won the state of Tennessee in the 2016 election by 26 points against Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.

Republican Rep. Marsha Blackburn won a competitive battle against centrist Democrat and former Tennessee Gov. Phil Bredesen to replace retiring GOP Sen. Bob Corker, multiple news outlets projected on Tuesday night. 

Blackburn, a hard-line conservative who embraced President Donald Trump's support, will become the southern state's first-ever female state-wide elected official. 

The result all but erased Democrats' chances of flipping the Senate — a long shot to begin with. 

The race was unusually competitive for a deeply red state that Trump won by 26 points — in part because of Bredesen's popularity and record as governor. (The Democrat won all 95 counties in Tennessee when he was reelected to the governorship in 2006.) 

Polls had for months shown the candidates within single digits of each other — a late October Vanderbilt University poll found the two in a dead heat with Blackburn ahead by a single point. 

While Blackburn was boosted by recent campaign events with President Donald Trump and other top Republicans, Bredesen received unexpected last-minute help from pop megastar Taylor Swift, who broke her political silence to endorse his campaign in October.

Despite the state's right turn, it was hard to find a Blackburn voter who will say a bad word about their former governor.

"Phil Bredesen has actually done a lot of really great things here in Nashville," Sam Cook, a 28-year-old physical therapist who's voting for Blackburn and is a strong supporter of Trump, told Business Insider at a late October fall festival in Franklin.

While Bredesen did his best to distance himself from the national party and Democrats in Washington, Blackburn, like so many Republicans in red states, wrapped herself around the president.

But despite Blackburn's full embrace of Trump, many Tennesseans draw a distinction between the candidate and the president. And the congresswoman herself occasionally draws a line herself, conceding that Tennesseans won't always stand for his rhetoric.

"There's been a couple of times … I've said we need to take a kinder approach," Blackburn said in an interview last Saturday. "This is the South and people have a lot of respect for manners."

SEE ALSO: 'We're too elitist': A red-state Democrat whose race could decide Senate control has some advice for his party

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          Tennessee faces defining choice in open US Senate contest      Cache   Translate Page      
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Democrat Phil Bredesen and Republican Marsha Blackburn are asking Tennessee voters to make polar-opposite statements Tuesday when they decide a critical, $85 million-and-counting U.S. Senate race. A win for Bredesen would show Tennesseans prefer the popular former two-term governor’s pledge to be independent in Washington, even though he’s a Democrat in [&hellip
          Blackhawks fire three-time Stanley Cup-winning coach Joel Quenneville      Cache   Translate Page      

The Chicago Blackhawks fired coach Joel Quenneville on Tuesday, ending a wildly successful run that produced three Stanley Cup titles and returned the franchise to the top of the NHL after years of heartache.

The trouble for Quenneville began when Chicago was swept by Nashville in the first round...


          Josh Turner’s I SERVE A SAVIOR debuts No. 1 on Nielsen’s Country Albums Chart      Cache   Translate Page      
Turner to Return to Nashville’s Historic Ryman Auditorium for Back-to-Back Opry Performances Josh Turner’s I Serve A Savior earned debut placements across multiple charts, including No. 1 on Nielsen’s Country Albums Chart and No. 2 on both Billboard’s Top Country Albums Chart and Top Christian Albums Chart. The complementing live performance DVD also secured the No. 1 spot […]
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NBA Wednesday FAVORITE LINE O/U UNDERDOG Detroit 1½ (211½) at ORLANDO at CLEVELAND OFF (OFF) Oklahoma City New York 1 (222½) at ATLANTA at MIAMI OFF (OFF) San Antonio Denver 3½ (206) at MEMPHIS at NEW ORLEANS 10 (230½) Chicago at INDIANA 2½ (216) Philadelphia at UTAH OFF (OFF) Dallas at SACRAMENTO OFF (OFF) Toronto at LA LAKERS OFF (OFF) Minnesota COLLEGE BASKETBALL Wednesday FAVORITE LINE UNDERDOG at CINCINNATI 5½ Ohio State National Hockey League Wednesday FAVORITE LINE UNDERDOG LINE at WASHINGTON -120 Pittsburgh +110 Nashville -117 at COLORADO +107 at ANAHEIM OFF Calgary OFF College Football Wednesday FAVORITE OPEN TODAY O/U UNDERDOG Ohio 2 3½ (61½) at MIAMI (OHIO) at N ILLINOIS 2 3 (55½) Toledo Thursday at NC STATE 16 17 (69) Wake Forest Friday at SYRACUSE 21½ 21 (69) Louisville Fresno St PK 3 (54) at BOISE ST Saturday at HOUSTON 7 4½ (69) Temple Michigan 36 39 (48½) at RUTGERS at PITTSBURGH 4 3 (51½) Virginia Tech Clemson 15½ 20 (58½) at BOSTON COLLEGE at TEXAS A&M 13 11½ (67) Mississippi Kentucky 3 6 (42½) at TENNESSEE BYU 13½ 14 (57½) at UMASS at VIRGINIA 24½ 23½ (58) Liberty at GEORGIA SOUTHERN 2 PK (48) Troy at IOWA ST 14 14½ (51) Baylor at UCF 25 25½ (63) Navy at WEST VIRGINIA 13½ 13 (56) TCU at GEORGIA TECH 2 3½ (55½) Miami at KANSAS ST 11½ 12 (45½) Kansas at E. MICHIGAN 13 12½ (44½) Akron at INDIANA 2 2½ (55) Maryland SMU 16 19 (66) at UCONN at DUKE 12 10½ (56½) North Carolina at OKLAHOMA 17 18½ (76½) Oklahoma St at IOWA 11 10 (46½) Northwestern at CINCINNATI 7 12 (57) South Florida Arkansas St 5 7 (61) at COASTAL CAROLINA at TULANE 14½ 13½ (55½) East Carolina at UTAH 4 3½ (56½) Oregon Washington St 4 6½ (61) at COLORADO at MARSHALL 14 14½ (44½) Charlotte North Texas 12½ 14½ (66) at OLD DOMINION at CENT. MICHIGAN 8½ 7 (51½) Bowling Green at NEVADA 12½ 14 (61½) Colorado St at STANFORD 22½ 24 (59½) Oregon St MIDDLE TENNESSEE 16 13½ (48) at UTEP at GEORGIA 14 14 (50) Auburn at PENN ST 9 8 (54) Wisconsin at ALABAMA 27 24½ (51½) Mississippi St at AIR FORCE 12½ 13½ (55) New Mexico at MISSOURI 15 17 (61) Vanderbilt at NEBRASKA 20½ 16 (68) Illinois Purdue 9 12 (58) at MINNESOTA at MEMPHIS 16½ 15½ (65½) Tulsa at FLORIDA 8 6½ (54) South Carolina at SOUTHERN CAL 5 5½ (48½) California Texas 1 1½ (64½) at TEXAS TECH LSU 16 13½ (47½) at ARKANSAS at UTAH ST 29½ 31 (63) San Jose St Appalachian St 21½ 20½ (48) at TEXAS STATE at LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE 13 14 (67½) Georgia St at FAU 15 19½ (55) W Kentucky Louisiana-Monroe 3 5½ (62) at SOUTH ALABAMA at LOUISIANA TECH 26 25 (52) Rice FIU 12 10½ (49½) at UTSA at NOTRE DAME 16 17½ (54½) Florida St at UAB 11 12 (46½) Southern Miss Ohio State 5½ 3½ (53) at MICHIGAN ST at ARIZONA ST 9½ 12½ (59) UCLA at SAN DIEGO ST 18 22½ (54½) UNLV NFL Thursday FAVORITE OPEN TODAY O/U UNDERDOG at PITTSBURGH 5½ 4 (51½) Carolina Sunday at NY JETS 7½ 7½ (36½) Buffalo Atlanta 3 4 (50½) at CLEVELAND New Orleans 3½ 4½ (54) at CINCINNATI at TAMPA BAY 2 3 (51½) Washington New England 5½ 6½ (46½) at TENNESSEE at GREEN BAY 7 10 (47½) Miami at INDIANAPOLIS 1½ 3 (47) Jacksonville at CHICAGO 4 6½ (45) Detroit at KANSAS CITY 15 16½ (50) Arizona LA Chargers 10 10 (50) at OAKLAND at LA RAMS 8 10 (51) Seattle at PHILADELPHIA 6 6½ (43) Dallas Monday at SAN FRANCISCO 3 3 (43½) NY Giants
          Titans now face Patriots on short week after snapping skid      Cache   Translate Page      
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Tennessee’s three-game skid is over, and the Titans are back to .500 after a big road victory.
          Bill Lee wins Tennessee Governor’s race      Cache   Translate Page      
Republican businessman Bill Lee has won the Tennessee Governor’s race, defeating former Nashville Mayor Karl Dean.
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1950 Ford F1 $39,900 OBO Nashville, Tennessee
          Tornado Kills Woman in Tennessee as Storms Leave Trail of Damage in South – The Weather Channel      Cache   Translate Page      
The Weather ChannelSevere storms and tornadoes tore through the South overnight leaving a trail of damage in several states and killing at least one. Angie Walker, 41, was killed and two others were injured in Christiana, Tennesee, about 35 miles southeast of Nashville …How many tornadoes last night? NWS is investigatingAL.com all 646 news articles […]
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Does it matter who operates America’s public schools?

That’s a central question in the national debate about education and the movement to find alternatives to school districts that are publicly funded and operated. While charter schools are publicly funded, they are privately operated and are not required in most places to be as transparent as publicly operated schools. The public also has no say in the operations of private and public schools that accept publicly funded vouchers.

This post, written by Carol Burris and Diane Ravitch, looks at the issue of governance and why it matters who is in charge.

Burris is a former New York high school principal who now serves as executive director of the Network for Public Education, a nonprofit advocacy group. She was named the 2010 Educator of the Year by the School Administrators Association of New York State, and in 2013, the National Association of Secondary School Principals named her the New York State High School Principal of the Year. Burris has been chronicling problems with modern school restructuring and school choice for years on this blog. She has previously written about problems with charter schools in California and other states.

Ravitch, an education historian, became the titular leader of the movement against corporate school restructuring in 2010, when her book, “The Death and Life of the Great American School System,” was published and became a best-seller. An assistant secretary of education under President George H.W. Bush, she explains in the book that she dropped her support for No Child Left Behind, the chief education initiative of President George W. Bush and standardized-test-based school restructuring, after looking at evidence about how it was harming public schools.

By Carol Burris and Diane Ravitch

At a meeting of the California Charter Schools Association during the spring of 2014, Netflix founder and CEO Reed Hastings told the audience that the problem with public schools is that they are run by elected school boards. He contrasted this style of school governance with that of charter schools, governed by private boards, which operate beyond the reach of the people. Hastings justified the movement of school governance from public to private hands by claiming that the private boards of charter schools are more stable. This is an odd claim considering that 33 percent of all charter schools that opened in 2000 were closed 10 years later later. By year 13, 40 percent were gone.

Hastings acknowledged that the elimination of public control of public schooling, which had its beginnings in the early 19th century, would be met with community resistance. He therefore proposed an alternate plan to get the job done.

“So what we have to do is to work with school districts to grow [charters] steadily, and the work ahead is really hard because we’re at 8 percent of students in California, whereas in New Orleans, they’re at 90 percent, so we have a lot of catch-up to do," he said.

The objective could not be clearer: Influence districts to expand their charter sector until eventually all, or nearly all, schools are privately operated and managed. Those district offices that remain could be filled not by educational leaders but by managers and technicians hired to ensure that buses run on time, schools are opened, closed or transferred to other operators, enrollment is managed, and funding is distributed. Public voice is stifled. Schools become publicly funded businesses.

This plan, of course, is not theoretical. The Network for Public Education Action’s recent report, “Hijacked by Billionaires,” documents that Hastings has spent nearly $10 million on pushing charters through referendums or school board elections in Los Angeles, Washington state and New Orleans alone. Hastings is one of a larger group of the uber-wealthy who share the same vision.

It is almost impossible to track all of the hundreds of millions spent by other billionaires such as the Walton family of the Walmart fortune, Arthur Rock, the family of Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg, Doris Fisher of The Gap and former Enron trader John Arnold in their quest to elect school board members and policymakers who will undermine the public’s right to govern its schools.

As the school choice movement grows, the governance of schools has become a topic of great interest beyond the billionaire class. Last month, the California nonprofit think tank Learning Policy Institute issued a report entitled, “The Tapestry of American Public Education: How Can We Create a System of Schools Worth Choosing for All?”The thesis of the report is that school choice — the movement to find alternatives to publicly funded and publicly operated school districts — is not an end in itself but rather a means to an end. In the words of the authors, it exists to “create a system in which all children choose and are chosen by a good school that serves them well and is easily accessible. “

There is much in the report with which we agree. The authors acknowledge that for 75 percent of parents, their first choice is a neighborhood public school, and therefore such schools must be preserved. They recognized many of the problems associated with publicly funded but privately operated charter schools — high suspension rates, corruption and increased segregation — and insist such deficiencies must be addressed.

What concerns us, however, was the report’s insistence that school governance doesn’t matter. The authors deny the negative impact that charter schools have on the viability of neighborhood public schools, the very schools they acknowledge the vast majority want. We know from experience that charter schools and vouchers drain finances and the students they want from the district public schools, causing budget cuts, teacher layoffs and larger class sizes in the schools that enroll the most children. Yet the report suggests that charter school caps should be removed, which is likely to further destabilize public schools.

From the first recommendation of the report:

“Debates that focus on questions such as how many charters a district should have are focused on adults and their preferences for school governance, rather than on the needs of children.”

This claim is wrong. School governance directly affects the rights and well-being of students. Ask the students of the Delaware Academy of Public Safety and Security Charter High School, which was abruptly shut down just weeks after opening this September, leaving students scrambling to find a school. Or ask the students who were methodically pushed out of the Success Academy of Fort Greene in Brooklyn, N.Y., which kept a “got to go” list, or the 6-year-old boy whose mother says he was pushed out of an Arizona charter because of his disability.

Governance matters to a 4-year-old girl who attends Charter Day School in North Carolina. She is not allowed to wear pants to school because the charter school chain leader, conservative entrepreneur Baker Mitchell, bizarrely insists that his dress code promotes chivalry and protects the school from school shootings. There is no school board to which she can appeal. She can go only to the courts.

It is, in our opinion, irresponsible to minimize the importance of democratic governance with a scolding, false claim that those who care about it are not concerned with the welfare of children. The authors would do well to read the resolution of the National NAACP, which called for a moratorium on new charter schools because of the way they destabilize public schools while they are not subject to the same accountability, oversight and transparency as public schools.

[NAACP sticks by its call for charter school moratorium, says they are ‘not a substitute’ for traditional public schools]

Of related concern is the report’s support for the “portfolio” model of school governance, specifically mentioning it as a strategy for school improvement. The phrase “portfolio management” was coined by charter advocate Paul Hill of the University of Washington to champion a system of publicly funded but privately managed charter schools.

Portfolio management is based on a stock market metaphor — the portfolio manager is entrusted with retaining “good” schools while turning “bad” schools over to a charter or shutting the school down, the same way one would dump a bad stock. Districts that adopt the model consistently end up with more charter schools and fewer public schools by design. You can read more about how this model has taken over the schools of Indianapolis here.

[What’s really going on in Indiana’s public schools]

In order to push this model, a recently formed nonprofit, known as City Fund, is being heavily funded by Hastings' foundation and the Laura and John Arnold Foundation. Both foundations have invested a fortune into transforming publicly governed schools into a marketplace of schools dominated by charter schools. As mentioned earlier, Hastings and the Arnolds have contributed millions to the campaigns of school board members, organizations and legislators who share that goal.

Those who push the portfolio model point to Denver and New Orleans as examples of success, but they avoid talking about the dismal failures of the model in Memphis, Nashville and Philadelphia. Ironically, Chris Barbic, the architect and leader of Tennessee’s Achievement District, which produced abysmal results, is one of the leaders of City Fund.

Public governance of our schools matters for the health of our democracy. The public school was designed to serve and promote the common good; it is paid for by the public, and it belongs to the public, not entrepreneurs. If governance is really no more than an adult preference, how long will it be before private and religious schools are included in the portfolio as well?

In her thoughtful essay in the Atlantic, Amy Lueck traces the history of the American high school as a center and anchor for communities. She argues that school choice and the “charterization” of public schooling is putting that institution at risk. Lueck concludes with this warning:

As an institution, the fate of the high school cannot be detached from the community of which it is a part. Like all educational institutions, it is inextricably wrapped up with the goals and values of the town, city, and nation in which it is located, reflecting and perpetuating them. Those values include Americans’ attitude to the very schools that would pass them along, too. If, as a nation, we decide that the public schools are a “dead end” for students, we should not be surprised if they become so—and along with them, the cities, towns, and communities they once built together.

Billionaires live in an echo chamber of their own. As they jet across the globe to and from their many homes, the neighborhood school with its bake sales, homecoming dances and lively community elections are foreign and inconsequential. They believe that the role of the average woman or man is to be a consumer, not a decider.

The Learning Policy Institute may be sincere in its desire to preserve public education and in its belief that school choice can be “reformed.” However, when it buys into the narrative that public governance of our schools does not matter, it is complicit in the agenda of those who seek to make public schools obsolete.

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1. El Centro de la Raza Día de los MuertosThis anniversary affair will acknowledgment with the affair “Long Animate the Struggle, the Resistance, and Hope.” Booty in ofrendas (altars anniversary admired ones who accept died), folk dances, and abundant more. (Beacon Hill, free)

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3. Miller Association Center Día de MuertosSeattle-based Mexican folk ball accumulation Grupo Folklorico Guadalajara Wa will accomplish a acceptable Mexican ball and acrylic people’s faces like amoroso skulls. Afterwards their set, guests can achieve bottomward for a screening of Coco. (Capitol Hill, free)

4. Election 2018 NewHolly Voting PartyFinish bushing out your election with the advice of non-partisan interpreters, afresh adore food, dancing, and ancestors activities. (Rainier Valley, free)

5. YES 50th Anniversary Anniversary and Accessible HouseYouth Eastside Services will bless 50 years of account to bounded adolescence and families with a raffle, animate music, and refreshments. (Bellevue, free)

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8. Crazy Eyes, GuestsCrazy Eyes accord us what not abundant Seattle bands offer: bedrock that’s as adequate accepting unhinged and appearance alfresco the curve of breeding as it is bedazzling you with melody. Their 2015 anthology Ring Ring Jingalong and Aphotic Heart Singalong is as adventuresome and alert as that appellation suggests. Feedbacking guitars in odd tonalities and tunes that absolve streamers hither and yon anamnesis aboriginal Mercury Rev, and the changeable dynamics and absonant vocals adumbration at Ty Segall at his loosest. Crazy Eyes are abacus much-needed agrarian activity and alluringly broken-down songcraft to our music scene, which is about too affable for its own good. DAVE SEGAL (University District, $8)

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10. Trickbag Record PartyDance to 45s in Linda Derschang’s latest kitschy, comfortable restaurant and bar. (Belltown, free)

11. Cave Canem Writers ShowcaseSeattle borough artisan and one-woman arcane assertive Anastacia-Reneé curates and account a accumulation of advisers from Cave Canem, a arcane alignment founded in 1996 to abutment atramentous poets all over the country by hosting workshops, fellowships, and readings. If you’ve been account The Stranger like you should be, you already apperceive you adulation Anastacia-Reneé and Quenton Baker. This is your adventitious to bolt up with their assignment and additionally accustom yourself with Amanda Johnston, Dante Micheaux, and L. Lamar Wilson, who are traveling into boondocks from Texas, England, and North Carolina, respectively. RICH SMITH (Capitol Hill, free)

12. Jabari Asim: We Can’t BreatheJabari Asim will present a absolute book of eight essays that “reclaim the anecdotal of Atramentous history and ability in America, absorption on how Atramentous bodies, Atramentous words, and Atramentous ability and association accept been policed, punished, and baseborn for hundreds of years.” Capacity accommodate atramentous fatherhood, atramentous literature, and the animation of atramentous culture. (Capitol Hill, free)

13. The Claimed Genome: Sequencing, Understanding and Editing the Genome to Improve Human HealthEric Dishman, administrator of the All of Use Analysis Program, will accord a allocution on his organization’s accomplishment to accumulate genome abstracts from one actor or added bodies in the United States in adjustment to advance bloom and medical research. (University District, free)

14. Rice Baker-Yeboah: DropbackWhen gentrification armament a atramentous academy football player’s ancestors from their Venice Beach neighborhood, he’s tasked with caring for his adolescent half-sister in Rice Baker-Yeboah’s book Dropback. Accompany the columnist for a reading. (Ravenna, free)

15. Sierra Nelson: The Lachrymose ReportSierra Nelson’s assignment combines the accurate with the agreeable in means that inject admiration aback into both disciplines. And it’s attractive like her new book, The Lachrymose Report, will be added of the aforementioned greatness. Nelson’s book will be the aboriginal of hopefully abounding from aboriginal Seattle columnist PoetryNW Editions. RICH SMITH (Wallingford, free)

16. Belief Worth Choosing: A Story ConcertWriters, musicians, and artists (including biographer Stephanie Kallos, ecology activist and artisan Kiran Oommen, auto singer-songwriter and “interspiritual minister” Rev. Simon Ruth de Voil, and dancer/choreographer Lindsay Williams) will allotment belief about authoritative choices. (University District, pay what you can)

17. Lynne Hobaica: I will advice you animate foreverCeramicist Hobaica closes out her address at Ceramics Northwest with a abandoned exhibition. (Seattle Center, free)Opening Friday

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19. Nightfall Abode – House HauntThink you can handle the ghosts that lurk in this apparitional orphanage? If so, you will be adored with candy. (West Seattle, free)

20. Bruce Bickford: Affiche Alternation and Adobe RelicsBruce Bickford is a adept of the active art of claymation; he’s amenable for the morphing creatures in the Frank Zappa videos Baby Snakes and The Dub Room Special, as able-bodied as Zappa’s The Amazing Mr. Bickford, which was a adapted advertise of his eccentric, autodidactic talents. Here you’ll accept the adventitious to see adobe chantry from Mr. Bickford and added films, as able-bodied as a new Zappa affiche series. For lovers of absorbing yet annoying outsider/DIY art, this is an capital stop. (Capitol Hill, free)Closing Saturday

21. David W. Lynch: GuatemalaVashon Island large-format columnist David W. Lynch shows images from Central America. (Queen Anne, free)Closing Saturday

22. Follow Me Through Four Levels, a Video InstallationEmily Tanner-McLean’s video accession “inspired by the four levels of accomplishing consciousness” creates a “room aural a room” application footage of an archetypal abundance and backwoods arena ablaze in and out. (Pioneer Square, free)Closing Saturday

23. Periphery: New Assignment by Molly MagaiMolly Magai examines factories, highways, and added manmade spaces that we about see out of the corners of our eyes. Her blurred, activating appearance imitates glimpses from a affective vehicle. (Georgetown, free)Closing Saturday

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24. Voyager: Steve JensenThis funerary baiter carve alternation began as a accolade to a asleep friend, a Norwegian fisherman and boat-builder. It continues as Jensen’s way of arresting with claimed grief. (Everett, free)Closing Saturday

25. Adrienne Anderson-Smith, Forrest GoldadeAdrienne Anderson-Smith makes agenda and sculptural art in “Let’s Bedrock the World!” and Forrest Goldade favors impressionistic watercolors in “Northwest Impressions.” (Kirkland, free)Closing Sunday

26. Daniel Ursache: Uncanny FigmentsDaniel Ursache, a Romanian-born, Montreal-based artisan who created the beautifully awesome affiche art for the Romanian Film Anniversary Seattle, will appearance his stark, detailed, surreally absorbing pen and ink assets all month. (Seattle Center, free)Opening Friday

27. Elizabeth Murray and Anne Waldman: Her StoryElizabeth Murray and Anne Waldman’s continued accord produced a accumulating of drawings, prints, and balladry absorption on femininity, freedom, and autogenous and exoteric life. Their accommodating creation, consisting of 13 bankrupt pages, will be on view, a attestation to their friendship. (University District, $10)Closing Sunday

28. Lucas Vidaña: PortraitsThis painter, accessible artist, curator, and bottle muralist has been an apostle for bodies with disabilities and added marginalized artists. He paints soulful portraits with surreal or abstruse colors and backgrounds. This time, he focuses on bearding bodies in photographs. (Capitol Hill, free)Closing Sunday

29. Peter Ferguson: Mock RobinPeter Ferguson, a Roq la Rue regular, paints rich, imaginative, acquiescently brave pop surrealist works that arm-twist Northern Renaissance strangeness. (Capitol Hill, free)Opening Friday

30. Beyond The Tippe: Comedy ShowcaseThe November copy of this account disability-focused accessible mic will affection “downright frigid comedy” from abundant bounded banana Aila Slisco. (Beacon Hill, free)

31. Cheasty Lantern WalkHead out on a “community storytelling walk” on the Hazelnut Loop Trail, area you’ll apprehend belief of the dupe from the angle of its longtime residents, the trees. (Columbia City, free)

32. Blooming Seattle DayKick off burying division by branch to one of 15 bounded parks to bulb copse and built-in plants. DIRT Corps will accommodate coffee and snacks. (Various locations, free)

33. How to Stop a Dam with Indigenous ResistanceMaya Mam association baton José Gómez will allocution about the challenges of attention Built-in bounded acreage and amnion from corporate- and state-led development projects. (West Seattle, free)

34. RatapaloozaBallard will be ample with rats—of the ambrosial pet variety—at this two-day expo. You’ll acceptable atom breeds you’ve never apparent before—many of which will apparently be cutting admirable little costumes—and you can ask the owners about care, food, bedding, and so on. You can additionally attending into adopting a rodent of your own from bounded shelters. (Ballard, $5)

35. Team Pramila Election PartyFill out your election for the midterm elections with congresswoman Pramila Jayapal. (West Seattle, free)

36. Día de los Muertos FestivalCommemorate admired ones who accept died by bringing baby momentos to add to a association chantry (which you can retrieve later) to this family-friendly festival. There will additionally be a achievement from the CeAtl Tonalli Aztec dancers, apprentice performances, a bashful auction, Mexican folk dancing, raffles, food, and more.(Phinney, free)

37. Día de Todos los Santos Concert ft. Mozart’s RequiemThe Ballard Borough Orchestra and the Singing in the Rain Ancestors Choir will accomplish a adapted concert for Dia de todos los Santos, (All Saint’s Day), featuring Mozart’s Requiem and added Mexican agreeable music. Guests are acceptable to accompany a photo or keepsake of a ancient admired one to add to a association altar. (Downtown, free)

38. Bellevue Accumulating DiwaliHead to the Bellevue capital to booty in performances from the Urvasi Ball Ensemble, participate in a Bollywood fettle class, see a accumulating of bright sarees in a appearance show, and added in anniversary of Diwali. (Bellevue, free)

39. Diwali Anniversary & Columnist ReadingJust in time for Diwali, bounded author Gowri Nat will apprehend from her latest children’s book, Leela’s Diwali Celebration, and accompany families for crafts and treats. (Mill Creek, free)

40. Diwali Ancestors FestivalTake in animate performances, ability your own lantern, and bout the Peacock in the Desert: The Royal Arts of Jodhpur, India exhibition in account of the Hindu abatement anniversary that celebrates the anniversary of acceptable over evil. (Downtown, free)

41. Hmong New Year CelebrationCelebrate the Hmong cultural traditions of China, Laos, and Thailand with a New Year anniversary abounding with a ball-tossing ritual, anniversary bolt sessions, animate performances, and food. (Seattle Center, free)

42. Chris Cheveyo, Nick Merz, YDCFrontman for Draemhouse and ex-Rose Windows bandleader Chris Cheveyo will banderole with his abetment band, as able-bodied as abutment from Nick Merz and YDC. (Ballard, $10)

43. Electropika – Dia de los Muertos CelebrationGet bottomward to cumbia, close bass, baile funk, and dembow beats from Seattle’s Jorge Bex and Biaco Chaves and KEXP’s DJ Chilly at this Día de los Muertos ball party. (Downtown, free)

44. The Fairies (Pixies tribute), Blackheart Honeymoon, Coley MixanRock out to your admired Pixies songs as interpreted by accolade bandage the Fairies. They’ll be abutting by bounded folk-rock quintet Blackheart Honeymoon and multi-instrumentalists Coley Mixan. (University District, $10)

45. The Famished, Midnight Track, Snow White, Aint Got Time To BleedThrash to “beachy metal affair punk” with the Famished, San Diego punks from Midnight Track, bounded punks Snow White and the Baby Eaters, and Tacoma shredders Ain’t Got Time to Bleed. (University District, $7)

46. Brainard (Acoustic)Enjoy an acoustic black with Missouri indie barn rocker Mark Brainard. (Capitol Hill, free)

47. MKB Ultra, Bear Axe, GuestsEnjoy psych-infused bluesy bedrock with adept Seattle singer-songwriter Mia Katherine Boyle and accompany as MKB Ultra, including iconic bedrock ambassador and guitarist Jack Endino, diva and tambourine amateur Lisa Mansfield, bagman Patrick Lennon, and 5-Track on bass.(Fremont, $8/$10)

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48. Nick Weaver, New Track CityUp-and-coming alt MC and ambassador Nick Weaver braids influences from the Pacific Northwest underground hiphop scene, as able-bodied as abject claimed capacity like all-overs and desire, throughout his work. He’ll be abutting by upbeat hiphop leash New Track City. (Columbia City, $10)

49. Rest As Mutes, The Revolving Bullets, DedElectric, HourglassesRowdy bedrock boys Rest As Mutes will comedy a cast new song (“Plague”) afterwards aperture sets from adolescent bounded rockers the Revolving Bullets and Hourglass. (Greenwood, $10)

50. Tellers, Maltby, Kevin MurphyTellers, an intricate indie bedrock accumulation out of Everett, accept fleshed out their calendar from singer-songwriter Sarah Feinberg to a abounding five-piece in adjustment to added advance their active accent abject and adapted anatomy centered on Feinberg’s attentive lyricism. Tellers will be abutting by Maltby and Kevin Murphy of the Moondoggies. (Ballard, $10)

51. Wig Out at the Clock-Out ’60s Soul & R&B Ball PartyDJ Kurt Bloch will accommodate tuneage for both R&B and barn bedrock lovers at this ball party. Practice your moves for the midnight ball contest. (Beacon Hill, free)

52. Botnik Live!Botnik Studios writers and engineers—who accept created a predictive argument Harry Potter affiliate and a computer-generated Coachella poster, amid added things—will host a night of readings, sketches, songs, and alternate experiments. (Capitol Hill, $7)

53. Jack Straw Writers Accumulation ReadingThis year’s Jack Straw Writers Program Babysitter Daemond Arrindell will host a account with citizen writers Daniel Atkinson, Danielle Bero, Kamari Bright, Jalayna Carter, Meredith Clark, Bryan Edenfield, Corbin Louis, Sarah Maria Medina, Natasha Kochicheril Moni, Juan Carlos Reyes, Dujie Tahat, and Rachel Trignano. (Downtown, free)

54. MoonPath Columnist ReadingPoets Carol Levin, Lorraine Ferra, Risa Denenberg, Alice Derry, Raul Sanchez, Rena Priest, Connie K Walle, Ronda Piszk Broatch, and Chris Jarmick will accumulate for a reading. (Wallingford, free)

55. Nate Chinen: Playing ChangesMusic analyzer Nate Chinen has accounting for the New York Times and currently works for NPR. His book, Playing Changes: Applesauce for the New Century, is abounding of affection for and assorted ability of the art form. (Capitol Hill, free)

56. Abbreviate Run Comix and Arts FestivalShort Run is eight years old this year and, already again, it’s bigger than ever. You’re going. You’re bringing at LEAST $50 cash. You’re acrimonious up new art books, zines, buttons, and little strips of admirable screen-printed ephemera from added than 270 internationally/nationally/locally-renowned comics creators. Attending for Jason Lutes, who’s debuting his gorgeous, sweeping, abundantly fatigued book Berlin—which is about the acceleration of absolutism and socialism in Germany afore WWII. You additionally don’t appetite to absence Mimi Pond (Over Easy), Olivier Schrauwen (Arsene Schrauwen), Anna Haifisch (The Artist), Whit Taylor (The Anthropologists, Ghost), Carol Tyler (Late Bloomer), France’s Antoine Maillard, and Rina Ayuyang (Blame This on the Boogie, a Fatigued & Quarterly–published book debuting at Abbreviate Run). Bounded stars like Spicy Metal, Cold Cube Press, and Colleen Louise Barry will additionally be peddling their wares. Okay, maybe accompany $75. RICH SMITH (Seattle Center, free)

57. Tera Hatfield, Jenny Kempson, and Natalie RossA new album of Seattle is born: Seattleness takes an anarchistic attending at our blooming and blurred city, spotlighting aggregate “from UFO sightings to pinball legacies, gray skies to borderland psychology, able women to able coffee.” The authors—artist/geographer Jenny Kempson, writer/designer Tera Hatfield, and mural artisan Natalie Ross—will acquaint you to their assignment of artistic history. (Capitol Hill, free)

58. Autograph SilenceAward-winning columnist Nancy Rawles (Love Like Gumbo, Crawfish Dreams, My Jim) will host a branch on depicting blackout in your stories. (Ballard, free)

59. 3rd Anniversary Cunning Crow Witches’ Ball & Pop-Up MarketHalloween may be over, but you don’t accept to stop actuality witchy. This anniversary fundraiser for the Witches Temple brings animate indie-rock from the Landmarks, Razor Clam, and Mud On My Bra; mystical vendors like Lightning Moon Conjure, Nomihelene, and Swamp Swag Creations; tarot and analytic readings; a apparel claiming (the categories are “favorite celebrity witch” and “zombies…but with sparkles”); and added fun for you and your coven.(Ballard, $8)

60. The HarvestFollowing their summer 2018 exhibition Veils, Seattle artisan Sequoia Day O’Conchnell has curated The Harvest: an analysis of how systems of ability “restrict evolution, blackout survivors and marginalized voices, and abide abolish cultural and airy practices in favor of ability and control” through the lens of fall. See baby works by Ko Kirk Yamahira, Markel Uriu, Taylor Hanigosky, and Charlie Crowell, forth with offerings from BBMagda and Emma Kates-Shaw, and performances by TUSK and Alex Mari. (Capitol Hill, free)

61. Kim Van Someren: Into Its Own EchoKim Van Someren’s earth-toned collages arm-twist clumsy brick or copse architectonics on the border of collapse, or defying force to abide in doubtful stasis. Van Someren, who is a printmaking adviser at the University of Washington, uses absorption to actualize impressions of heaviness, misshapenness, alike absurd maladroitness, but her action is about acutely meticulous. She uses prints on Japanese cardboard that she afresh cuts and reassembles into these awe-inspiring forms. Though the shapes themselves may be awkward, they’re built-in out of conduct and airiness accumulated with academic experimentation. JOULE ZELMAN (Georgetown, free)Closing accession Saturday

62. Level It Fundraiser PartyBoost Level It: Women’s Art Handlers Network at this music- and drink-filled party. (South Park, $10)

63. Roldy Aguero AblaoMixed-media artisan and cheat Roldy Ablao will actualize artworks aggressive by capacity of home, Indigenous identity, and ecology justice. (Downtown, free)Closing Saturday

64. Treats! Art ShowThere are no absolute comestible treats accepted at this event, but they do affiance lots of fun paintings, sculptures, dances, and added art beyond mediums. (Capitol Hill, free)

65. Diwali – Anniversary of LightsCelebrate the autumn Hindu anniversary of ablaze in Sammamish with a array of cultural activities. (Sammamish, free)

66. Handmade Asphalt and Art FestivalTile Northwest and its affiliate asphalt artists accept brought the art of tile-making to the accessible for the accomplished 13 years. This anniversary anniversary aims to “raise accessible acquaintance about the ambit and assortment of artisan tiles actuality produced in the Northwest.” (Mount Baker, free)

67. Evergreen Chrysanthemum Association ShowSee beautiful, agreeable Chrysanthemum flowers at the Evergreen Chrysanthemum Society’s anniversary abatement show.(Capitol Hill, $4)

68. Northwest Orchid Association Abatement Appearance and SaleShop for attenuate orchids and apprentice how to accumulate them animate for as continued as accessible from experts. (Crown Hill, free)

69. Polish BazaarAt this anniversary bazaar, apprentice about Polish ability and community through aliment (like bind soup, borscht, pierogi, and banknote rolls) and animate entertainment. Plus, boutique for anniversary ability like Polish clear and ceramics wares. (Capitol Hill, free)

70. Scandinavian Anniversary BazaarWhether you appetite to buy addition an aboriginal anniversary allowance or aloof eat Scandinavian treats, you’ll coffee, broiled goods, aquavit, sweaters, and added Nordic delights at this bazaar.(Queen Anne, $1 adapted donation)

71. United Indians Art MarketDiscover clothing, jewelry, drums, and art from bounded Built-in makers, watch Built-in performances, and barbecue at a apricot bake. (Magnolia, free)

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72. Robert Hardgrave and Jeremy Eaton: hARDGRAVeATON“It’s added like arduous anniversary added to assignment off what’s in evidence,” Jeremy Eaton said aback I asked if his action with Robert Hardgrave was like that of the Dadaist admirable body game. Their growing affinity as accompany and account for anniversary added as art collaborators can be apparent in the works on cardboard they’ve co-created over the accomplished four years. Eaton’s accomplishments as a banana illustrator brings anecdotal into Hardgrave’s Xerox transfers and adventurous mark making. There is a tentativeness in their aboriginal pieces, while contempo works appearance their two styles absolutely enmeshed. It doesn’t aching that they’re neighbors, too. KATIE KURTZ (Georgetown, free)Opening Saturday

73. Abbreviate Run Marathon ExhibitionProlong the action of the year’s better indie comics accident in Seattle, Abbreviate Run, with this exhibition of anniversary guests Mimi Pond, Carol Tyler, Anna Haifisch, Olivier Schwauren, Antoine Maillard, Rina Ayuyang, Ali Fitzgerald, Eroyn Franklin, and November Garcia. (Georgetown, free)Opening Friday

74. Improvised ChekhovOnce afresh evincing absorbing ambition, this ad-lib aggregation will act out scenes based on your suggestions and archetypal Russian plays like Uncle Vanya, The Cherry Orchard, or The Three Sisters. Since the ball of Anton Chekhov relies on abysmal appearance development, circuitous amusing mores, and abiding melancholy, these performances—if successful—will absolutely be coups de thèâtre. (Downtown, $10)

75. Bunka no HiCelebrate Japanese and Japanese American cultures through performances, demonstrations, games, food, and added activities. (Chinatown-International District, free)

76. Columnist Talk: Pie Squared by Cathy BarrowA slab pie is basically a behemothic Pop-Tart: a ellipsoidal pie abounding with advantage and absolute for calmly agriculture a crowd. Columnist Cathy Barrow will altercate her new book Pie Squared, with over a dozen band recipes alignment from cookie crusts to cheddar cheese crusts and candied and agreeable bushing ideas. Plus, guests can try some pie and get their copies of the book signed. (Fremont, free)

77. #PGLFAS with Wes Sp8, Champagne Honeybee, and Andy AyersSpace-folk artisan Patrick Galactic and his Lo-Fi All-Stars will banderole this appearance with abutment from Nashville rockers Wes Sp8 and Andy Ayers of Atramentous Giraffe. (Fremont, $6/$8)

78. Bach PancakesJoin marimba amateur Erin Jorgensen as she performs a Bach suite, followed by a pancake breakfast. (Seattle Center, $10)

79. BELVA, Quiet, Ability Strip, Candied CreatureSlide through an black of addictive bedchamber bedrock from bounded artists Belva, Quiet, Ability Strip, and Candied Creature. (Ballard, $8)

80. Cornish Presents: Gamelan PacificaGamelan Pacifica will be abutting by Cornish assistant Jarrad Powell in this concert featuring Javanese music. (Capitol Hill, free)

81. Emerald Burghal Beatbox BattleCheer on bodies with percussive aperture and able larynges as they attempt in the anniversary Emerald Burghal Beatbox Battle. (West Seattle, $5)

82. Gaelic Songs of the SeaLearn Gaelic abyssal songs from singer-songwriter Fae Wiedenhoeft and Geoffrey Sammons. (Phinney, free)

83. Goodtime Hustle, Adulation Lena, This Blinding LightSpace out to an all-embracing calendar of consciousness-expanding bands, including Seattle blue folk rockers Goodtime Hustle, acoustic Hawaiian folk artisan Adulation Lena, and Seattle’s This Blinding Light. (Ballard, $8)

84. Sick Burghal Vultures/Paradise”Turn aback the alarm with rock” at this Daylight Savings Time affair with bounded rockers Paradise and Sick Burghal Vultures. (Capitol Hill, free)

85. Fly to the Assemblies: Choir from the South Seattle EmeraldAt this Boondocks Hall event, South Seattle Emerald architect Marcus Harrison Blooming will host a accumulation of activists and journalists alive to action aback adjoin the accepted administration’s around-the-clock acts of injustice. They’ll claiming sociopolitical structures and allocution about solutions for attention the country’s best marginalized communities. (Columbia City, $5)

86. How to Be an Effective Ally on the Page and in the Real World, TooSeattle Borough Artisan Anastacia-Reneé will advice you action racism in autograph and speech. (Downtown, free)

87. Mimi Pond and Rina Ayuyang in ConversationIn affiliation with Abbreviate Run, bounded artisan and animator (and Stranger favorite) Clyde Petersen and cartoonists Mimi Pond and Rina Ayuyang will altercate such capacity as musicals, archetypal movies, and celebrity autographs. Oh, and all their contempo clear novels. (Downtown, free)

88. Nathaniel Philbrick: In the Hurricane’s Eye: The Genius of George Washington and the Achievement at YorktownThe National Book Award-winning historian, columnist of In the Heart of the Sea, Mayflower, Second Wind, and added celebrated bestsellers, tackles the absolute Battle of Chesapeake, in which George Washington led American armament to achievement afterwards a distinct ship. (Capitol Hill, free)

89. Piloting A Category 5 Hurricane: Accepting Through Tough TimesSeattle artisan and author Anne Teplick will host this account with the boyhood writers who alternate in her October balladry workshops. (West Seattle, free)

90. Renata Lubinsky: Around Seattle in 80 DatesAuthor and actor banana Renata M. Lubinsky writes about her post-divorce adventurous misadventures on online dating sites afterwards 32 years as a affiliated woman in Around Seattle in 80 Dates, which she’ll apprehend from and assurance copies of tonight. (University District, free)

91. Saving the Orcas: Storytelling, Kids, and ScienceKiller Whale Tales will brainwash you and your kiddos on Southern citizen orca survival—the allocution is aimed at fourth- and fifth-graders but is adapted for all ages, including adults. (Phinney, free)

92. Autograph Affect in FictionFormer Hugo House Writer in Residence Karen Finneyfrock—a bull and funny artisan and novelist—will advice you address affect into your fiction. (Central District, free)

93. Danish Anniversary BazaarEat smørrebrød (dark rye aliment that’s buttered and smattered with assorted toppings) while you do some aboriginal arcade for anniversary ability sourced beeline from Denmark. (North Seattle, chargeless admission)

94. Abatement Fabric Sale!Planning some anniversary ability projects? Aces up all your fabrics at this pop-up sale. Fabric bolts will be 50 percent off and bank accoutrement bolts will be 20 percent off. (Greenwood, $5 adapted donation)

95. November Macabre MarketShop for gothy articles from a array of vendors, including Bone China Designs, the breeding monster, Co-op of Creation, Swamp Swag Creations, Blessed Beads Jewelry, and abounding others. (Capitol Hill, $1)

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96. Art Therapy Branch with Wynne GreenwoodFor this Accumulation Therapy art workshop, Wynne Greenwood assigns allegorical and pop-cartoon characters places in an centralized conversation. Greenwood will advance participants through a alternation of “thinking,” “feeling,” and “making” prompts advised to advice analyze pieces of ascendant ability that accept been internalized, and afresh brainstorm conversations that ability get those pieces aback out. (First Hill, free)

97. Hate Baby Comix and PrintsploitationAfter the carelessness of Abbreviate Run, stop by to aces up some prints, books, and artwork from Scott Miller, Printsploitation artists, and Hate Baby Comics architect Corinne Halbert. (Ballard, free)

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Wednesday night used to be “Rivalry Night” in the NHL, at least in the world of NBC Sports, but is now just “Wednesday Night Hockey.” For this Wednesday, though, don’t believe it.  It’s Rivalry Night, alright.  The Washington Capitals host the Pittsburgh Penguins in a contest pitting teams with identical records against one another in what will be the 54thregular season meeting in the Alex Ovechkin/Sidney Crosby era.

The Caps will be looking to win consecutive games for the first time this season and boost their regular season record against the Pens in the Ovechkin/Crosby era to 24-21-9.  It has been a bit of a struggle on home ice for the Caps who, after defeating the Edmonton Oilers by a 4-2 margin on Monday night, are 4-1-2 at Capital One Arena.  They face a bold challenge from the Penguins, who are one of only three teams remaining that have not lost a game in regulation time on the road (4-0-2, trailing Nashville and Toronto, both at 6-0-0 after Monday’s games).

For more than a decade, the Penguins have been a forward-dominated, center-centric team featuring the offensive contributions of Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin, and those two have been the top goal scorers and point producers over the last three-plus seasons.  But over that same time, Phil Kessel has held his own as a primary contributor on the offensive side of the ledger.  In his three-plus seasons as a Penguin, Kessel is third in goals (90), trailing only Crosby (115) and Malkin (109), and third in points (237), trailing Crosby (277) and Malkin (248).  Over that period, no other Penguin is within 50 goals or 70 points of Kessel.  Pittsburgh’s “Big Two” is as much a “Top Three.”   Kessel has not let up this season, getting off to a hot start.  His 7-9-16, plus-2 start through 13 games, a shade ahead of last year’s start (4-9-13, minus-1).  Kessel is also among the most durable players in the league.  Coming into this season he appeared in every scheduled regular season game for eight straight seasons and has not missed a regular season game since October 31, 2009, when he was skating in his second season with the Toronto Maple Leafs.  Kessel is 11-21-32, minus-7, in 44 career games against the Capitals.

No one should be surprised that Kris Letang leads the defensemen in scoring for the Pens (4-8-12, plus-6, in 12 games).  Since his 2007-2008 rookie season he is tied for seventh place in points per game by defensemen (0.65).  The surprise so far is that Jamie Oleksiak is tied with Letang for the team lead in goals by defensemen (four) and is second in points (eight).  Part of the surprise is that he is more reminiscent of those massive defensemen who thrived in the late 1990’s and early 2000’s, at 255 pounds being heavier than every defenseman in the league except Winnipeg’s Dustin Byfuglien.  The other is that he has not been a regular fixture in any lineup since he made his debut with the Dallas Stars in 2012-2013.  Last season, one he split between Dallas and Pittsburgh (the Stars traded him in December 2017 for a fourth-round draft pick), was the first in which he dressed for more than half a season’s worth of regular season games (68).  In doing so he set a tied a career high in goals (five) and set a personal best in points (17), both numbers he is within range of surpassing.  Oleksiak is 1-0-1, plus-1, in six career games against Washington.

When Marc-Andre Fleury took his leave of Pittsburgh before last season to tend goal for the Vegas Golden Knights, the plan was a seamless transition to Matt Murray, who in his first two seasons was 41-12-5, 2.32, .925, with five shutouts in the regular season and two Stanley Cups on his resume.  Well, you know what the poet Robert Burns said about plans.  Having been given the top goaltending responsibilities, Murray has been an injury-plagued (lower body, concussion), disappointing performer in a season and change (31-20-4, 3.07, .903, with two shutouts).  He also had to deal with the passing of his father, no doubt an influence on his performance.  It has not been an easy time for Murray, who is only in his fourth NHL season and is not yet 25 years old.  He started this season giving mixed signals that his troubles were behind him.  He opened the season with a 4-1-0 record in his first five appearances, but his goals against average (3.37) and save percentage (.910) were not as impressive.  It has only gotten worse.  Murray is 0-3-1 in his last four decisions, while his goals against average ballooned to 4.65, and his save percentage dropped to .839 in those games.  His 3.87 goals against average overall ranks 38th of 42 goalies with at least 250 minutes of ice time, while his save percentage of .886 ranks 35th in that group.  Murray is 5-4-0, 3.93, .875 in nine career appearances against the Caps.


1.  Letang and Oleksiak have those four goals apiece.  The other six defensemen for the Pens have one goal among them (Jack Johnson).

2.  Despite the Penguins’ success on the road (4-0-2), they have struggled with possession numbers.  Only once in six games was their shot attempts-for at 5-on-5 over 50 percent (50.96 percent, a 53-51 edge, in a 6-5 overtime win over the Edmonton Oilers on October 23rd).

3.  Pittsburgh allows more shots on goal than one would expect a successful team to allow.  Their 34.1 shots allowed per game is fifth-most in the league, an average topped only by Detroit (34.6), the New York Rangers (34.9), Anaheim Ducks (37.0), and Ottawa Senators (39.1).  Early in the season as it is, none of those teams are among the current playoff eligibles.

4.  Only one team in the league plays within the rules more effectively than the Penguins.  Their 6:50 in penalty minutes per game is lower than every team in the league except the Toronto Maple Leafs (6:30).  The Pens are tied with the Leafs for the fewest penalties taken (43) and fewest minor penalties taken (39).

5.  Scoring first matters to this team, at least so far.  Pittsburgh is 5-0-3 when scoring first, 1-4-0 when they do not.

1.  How close have the Caps played the Penguins in the Ovechkin/Crosby era?  There is the 23-21-9 record.  There is also the 166-164 margin in goals scored and goals allowed, the 1624-1636 difference in shots on goal, the 742-737 difference in penalty minutes, the 1390-1372 margin in credited hits, the 445-443 difference in charged giveaways, the 318-308 margin in credited takeaways, the 10.2 to 10.0 shooting percentage, the 115-110 difference in even strength goals scored.  Yeah, these teams are closely matched.

2.  Evgeny Kuznetsov, Nicklas Backstrom, and John Carlson have 36 assists among them.  Of that total, 19 have come on power plays.

3.  The Caps have had pretty good starts this season.  The good news is that they have only trailed four times in 13 games at the first intermission.  The bad news… they are 0-2-2 in those games.

4.  Ditto on the whole scoring first thing.  The Caps have one loss when scoring first (5-1-0), one win when allowing the first goal (1-3-3).

5.  Evgeny Kuznetsov has six power play goals.  His next one ties a career high, set last season in 79 games.

The Peerless’ Players to Ponder

Pittsburgh: Dominik Simon

For more than three decades, the Penguins have been a team defined by its stars – Mario Lemieux, Jaromir Jagr, Sidney Crosby, Evgeni Malkin.  Their success, however, has been more the product of the down-roster players making contributions, players like Bob Errey, Troy Loney, and Phil Bourque in the Lemieux Stanley Cup years, and players like Chris Kunitz, Matt Cullen, and Nick Bonino in the Crosby Cup-winning years.  Which brings us to Dominik Simon.  The 2015 fifth round draft pick from the Czech Republic has had perhaps a more rapid rise to the parent club than most fifth-round picks.  Simon spent two years with Wilkes-Barre/Scranton in the AHL (and five games with the big club) before he got a longer look last year in Pittsburgh (33 games).  This year, he has been an important contributor in the early going, a scoring line of 3-5-8 (fifth among Penguin forwards in points), plus-5, in 13 games.  He had a five-game points streak stopped in a 5-0 shutout at the hands of the Toronto Maple Leafs on Saturday and comes into this game without a point in two straight contests.  He has not gone three straight games without a point so far this season.  Simon has one assist and is minus-2 in two career games against the Caps.

Washington: Brett Connolly

If Nicklas Backstrom is the Washington Capital who has flown under the NHL radar for most of his career, Brett Connolly might be the Cap skater who does so among his own fan base.  Since arriving in Washington in the 2016-2017 season, his 32 goals are sixth-highest on the team, as are his 27 even strength goals.  His 0.21 goals per game is fifth-highest among current Capitals over that two-plus season span.  If he records a point against the Pens, he will become the sixth Capital to reach double digits (unless Lars Eller has two before Connolly gets that point).  He started this season without a goal in his first six games, but he has two in his last seven.  That he has two goals in 13 games is not necessarily cause for alarm.  Connolly had two goals through the Caps’ first 13 games last season (actually, two through his first 17 contests) and two through his first 13 games the previous season (a streak that became two in 15).  He had 15 goals in each of his two seasons with the Caps coming into this year, so he would seem a decent bet to approach that number this time around.  Connolly is 3-2-5, minus-1, in 18 career games against Pittsburgh.

In the end…

If there is a new wrinkle in this series, it is in how different the games in Pittsburgh and Washington have played out recently.  In the last four games in Pittsburgh, the teams combined for 43 goals, the Pens holding a 23-20 edge.  In Washington, the last four games were played to a total of 27 goals, the Caps having an 18-7 edge.  It argues for a more close-to-the-vest sort of game on Wednesday, although in this context, that is a relative thing.  The fault line on this game might rest on the Capitals having a top notch scoring offense and power play, while the Pens have allowed five or more goals in three of their last four contests.

Capitals 5 – Penguins 3

          The Peerless Prognosticator is ON THE AIR!!! -- Game 13: Oilers at Capitals, November 5th      Cache   Translate Page      
The Peerless Prognosticator is ON THE AIR!!!

November got off to a rough start for the Washington Capitals with an overtime loss to the Dallas Stars to start a four-game home stand after coming back from down a goal in the third period.  The Caps get to turn things around on Monday night, though, when they host the Edmonton Oilers in a rematch of teams who last faced one another on October 25th, a 4-1 Oiler win in Edmonton.

The Caps are 1-1-1 since that meeting, a record entirely in line with their meandering journey among wins and losses to start the season.  On the other hand, the Oilers go into this contest 4-1-0 since that meeting, three of those wins coming on the road in three tries.

As you might expect, Connor McDavid has figured prominently in the Oiler scoring since these teams last met.  He has points in all five games since Edmonton defeated Washington (3-4-7, plus-5), and he has points in 12 of the 13 games in which he played so far this season.  Only Nashville held him off the score sheet in a 3-0 win over the Oilers on October 20th.  McDavid plays for a club renowned over its history for its offensive firepower, but already he is closing in on, if not in the top-20 in franchise history in a number of offensive categories, despite this being only his fourth season in the NHL:
  • Goals: 96/22nd
  • Assists: 181/18th
  • Points: 277/21st
  • Even-strength goals: 79/21st
  • Power play assists: 54/T-20th
  • Power play points: 69/22nd
  • Game-winning goals: 20/14th
  • Overtime goals: 5/T-2nd
  • Points per game: 1.25/4th
Keep in mind, McDavid is not yet 22 years old, and his 222 games played ranks 68th in club history. 

Drake Caggiula was undrafted, played junior hockey with the Stouffville Spirit of the Ontario Junior Hockey League, and then spent four years with the University of North Dakota in the NCAA.  After his four-year tour with UND in which he scored 62 goals in 162 games, Caggiula signed a two-year entry level contract with the Oilers in May 2016.  After two seasons in which he posted 20 goals and 38 points in 127 games, he was signed to a two-year extension by the Oilers last June.  He responded with five goals in nine games so far this season, all of them coming in his last five contests, including a pair of two-goal efforts, one in a 5-3 win over Nashville on October 27th, the other in a 4-0 win over the Chicago Blackhawks last Thursday.  Caggiula has not yet recorded a point against the Caps in three career games played against them.

Once upon a time, Milan Lucic was going to be the next big thing among NHL power forwards.  Over a five-season span with the Boston Bruins from 2010-2011 through 2014-2015, Lucic potted 105 goals in 367 games, an average of more than 23 goals per 82 games.  Paired with his physical edge (1006 credited hits, 503 penalty minutes), he was earning a reputation for being a player to be feared when on the ice.  Then, he headed west to the Los Angeles Kings in a trade for Martin Jones, Colin Miller, and the Kings’ first round pick of the 2015 entry draft.  He had a productive season in Los Angeles (20-35-55) before heading to Edmonton as a free agent.  His first season there, in 2016-2017, he topped his previous season in goal scoring (23) and posted his fifth career 50-point season (50).  Last year, however, his goal total plummeted (to 10), and he finished with only 34 points, his lowest total of any season in which he appeared in more than 50 games since he had 27 points in 77 games in his rookie season in Boston.  He has not given any signs of coming out of that slump so far.  Lucic is 1-3-4, minus-6 (team worst), in 13 games.  In 34 career games against the Caps, Lucic is 7-14-21, minus-6.


1.  Since the league instituted the Gimmick, only four teams have more trick shot wins than the Oilers (70) – New York Islanders (75), Pittsburgh Penguins (75), New York Rangers (74) and New Jersey Devils (71).  Wonder what it is with the New York area teams.

2.  Nine teams went into Week 6 with eight or more wins in regulation and overtime.  The Oilers are one of them (eight).  Trouble for them is that six of the eight teams in that group play in the Western Conference.

3.  The Oilers’ penalty kill is something of which the Caps might take advantage.  At 70.8 percent, their road penalty kill is fifth-worst in the league.

4.  Edmonton does a very good job of playing within the rules.  Their 48 penalties taken so far is tied for the fourth-fewest in the league.  Only Vegas (45), Toronto (43) and Pittsburgh (38) have taken fewer.

5.  The Oilers can be sloppy with the puck.  They have been charged with 163 giveaways so far, fourth-most in the league.

1.  No team has scored more power play goals on home ice than the Caps (11), and their 47.8 percent conversion rate on home ice tops the league, almost eight points ahead of their closest pursuer (Winnipeg at 40.9 percent).

2.  Only five teams have fewer penalty minutes taken than the Caps (106).

3.  The 158 blocked shots recorded by the Caps are 30th in the league, only ten more than the bottom-ranked Florida Panthers, whose 148 blocked shots were recorded in one fewer game than Washington.

4.  If the volume of faceoffs is an indicator of game flow, things have flowed rather well in Caps games.  Their total of 734 draws taken is fourth-fewest in the league.

5.  Trailing after one period continues to matter for the Caps.  They are winless in four such instances this season (0-2-2).

The Peerless’ Players to Ponder

Edmonton: Alex Chiasson

As a member of the Washington Capitals last season, Alex Chiasson played a support role, posting nine goals and 18 points in 61 regular season games, one goal and two points in 16 postseason games as the Caps marched to a championship.  It was a decent season, quite in line with his previous four full seasons in the league in which he scored 44 goals and posted 99 points in 313 games (nine goals and 19 points per 61 games).  Then he signed a one-year/$650,000 contract with the Oilers on October 2nd.  That contract has to be one of the most cost-effective in the early going this season.  Chiasson has six goals, third-most on the club, while having appeared in only eight of the Oilers’ 13 games played.  His 46.2 shooting percentage (six goals on 13 shots) is tops in the league among the 514 skaters with ten or more shots on goal this season.  His plus-7 in eight games is tied for third-best on the club, and he has yet to take a penalty.  He is one of eight players in the league having appeared in at least eight games with at least six goals, playing at least 12 minutes per game with no penalty minutes recorded.  It might be sustainable, but it feels good while it lasts.  Chiasson is 2-4-6, plus-5, in nine career games against the Caps.

Washington: Alex Ovechkin

Since he came into the league, Alex Ovechkin has 617 goals, 200 more than the second-place skater on that list (Sidney Crosby has 417).  Of that total, 313 goals were scored on home ice, a total that would tie him with Ilya Kovalchuk for 18thplace on the total goals scored list.  With two more goals, Ovechkin will have tied Jarome Iginla for the most total goals scored on home ice over the last 20 seasons, and if he does it against Edmonton, he will have done it in 229 fewer home games (510) than did Iginla (739).  When Ovechkin went without a goal in the Caps’ 4-3 overtime loss to Dallas, it was the first time this season that Ovechkin went consecutive home games without a goal.  One thing that has been consistent in Ovechkin’s game is success with high shot volumes.  His 47 shots on goal ranks an uncharacteristically low 17th (tied with Claude Giroux and Johnny Gaudreau), but the Caps have not yet lost when he had five or more shots in a game this season (4-0-0).  On the other hand, the Caps are 1-4-3 when he had fewer than five shots on goal.  Ovechkin is 10-10-20, plus-2, in 17 games against Edmonton.

In the end…

The Caps are closing in on having played 20 percent of their schedule, and they have yet to establish much consistency or rhythm to their game.  Their defensive efforts have been spotty, their goaltending uneven, and their special teams tilted far to the power play side of success.  As they head into the second of a five-game home stand, the Caps still have an opportunity to take advantage of home ice to jump a couple of rungs on the standings ladder, but they will have to sustain a higher level of effort in all three zones and at every position to make that objective come through.

Capitals 4 – Oilers 2


          Washington Capitals: That Was The Week That Was - Week 5      Cache   Translate Page      
It was a long time coming, but it was bound to happen sooner of later.  The Washington Capitals were winless for Week 5 and find themselves stuck in fifth place in the Metropolitan Division and tenth in the Eastern Conference.  It has not been a disastrous start, but it is not the start Capitals Nation hoped for, either.


Record: 0-1-1

It was a light week of work for the Caps, who have had to deal with a quirky schedule in which they didn’t start their week’s work before Wednesday for the fourth time in five weeks.  And, it was their third week in five in which they took the ice only twice.  The takeaway in terms of record is that the winless week for the Caps was their first since Week 16 of last season in which they went 0-1-1, dropping a 4-3 overtime decision to the Nashville Predators and a 3-2 decision to the Montreal Canadiens.

That the Caps lost to Montreal in Week 5 at Bell Centre was perhaps as clear an indicator that things are not quite right with the team so far.  The Caps took a 13-0-2 record in their previous 15 games at Bell Centre into this week’s game and spit the bit in the third period, turning a 4-3 advantage into a 6-4 loss, including allowing goals two seconds apart in the last minute (the latter an empty netter), a record for shortest time between two goals in NHL history.

The Caps are now 12 games into the season, and they have yet to post wins in consecutive games.  No team can win a Stanley Cup in November, but they can lose one.  Falling behind too much, too early, means there are just so many teams to climb over as the season moves along.  That the Caps are only two points clear of the division’s last place team (New York Rangers) should be cause for concern.


Offense: 3.50/game (season: 3.75/game, rank: T-1st)

In any other week, scoring three and a half goals per game would look good.  Unfortunately, the Caps could not score often enough to overcome deficiencies in other areas (more on that below).  The Caps had decent balance among the scorers, five players splitting the seven goals scored (Lars Eller and Alex Ovechkin each had a pair).  Fourteen skaters recorded points, Eller leading them with three points.

If there was an odd part of the offense on an individual level, it was that the Caps had three defensemen record points in Week 5, none of them being John Carlson.  He averaged more than 25 minutes in the two games, but he had only three shots on goal and finished a minus-5 for the week.  Getting Michal Kempny and Dmitry Orlov in the scoring (each with an assist to double their season points total) was a welcome turn.

Defense: 5.00/game (season: 3.83/game, rank: 28th)

Only five teams allowed fewer shots for the week than the Caps, but hold off on that “stingy defense” notion.  The Caps allowed 81 shots on goal in two games; they allowed 100 shot attempts at 5-on-5 for the two games.  These are not good numbers.  The 63 5-on-5 shot attempts the Caps allowed the Canadiens in the first game of the week were the most allowed to any opponent so far.  They improved in this regard against Dallas, allowing only 37 shot attempts at fives in the second game of the week (third-fewest through 12 games), but that was indicative of the inconsistency that has plagued the team through the first dozen games.

Goaltending: 4.38 / .888 (season: 3.61 / .887 / 1 SO)

It was Braden Holtby’s week, and it was not one for the scrapbooks.  The defense in front of him did not help much, but it was a return to a week without reaching the .900 save percentage mark.  Holtby has been a goaltender that thrived on heavy shot volumes over his career, but 80 shots over two-plus games was an extraordinarily high volume.  It started with the Canadiens raining 19 shots on his net in the first period of the first game of the week, and it ended with Dallas recording seven shots in just over three minutes of overtime before pinning the overtime loss on Holtby.  In between it was a case of an odd pattern of shots faced.  Holtby faced 30 first period shots and 26 third period shots for the week, but he took on only 17 shots in the second periods of the two games in Week 5.  Still, the results were disappointing.  At week’s end, Holtby ranked 35th of 41 goaltenders in goals against average (3.62; minimum: 250 minutes played) and 34th in save percentage (.888).  Curiously, it is a familiar neighborhood in the goalie rankings.  Compare his numbers to those of former netmate Philipp Grubauer (3.56, .893) and Pittsburgh’s Matt Murray (3.68, .890), and there are enough goalie troubles to go around among familiar faces.

Power Play:  1-for-4/25.0 percent (season: 35.9 percent, rank: 1st)

For the fifth consecutive week the Caps finished the week with a power play efficiency rate of 25 percent or better.  That is the good news.  The bad news is the small volume of chances, only four for the two games of the week.  The Caps finished the week having enjoyed the fifth-fewest number of power play chances in the league.  That they have the second-most power play goals (14, one behind St. Louis) is testament to the effectiveness of their power play.

What they did not get in Week 5 was so much as a single power play shot on goal against Montreal in the first game of the week.  And, they had only one chance with the man advantage.  It was the second time this season that the Caps were held to a single power play opportunity and their second loss in such instances.  Washington had one power play chance, without converting, in a 4-1 loss to Edmonton on October 25th.

That the Caps recorded a power play goal and earned at least a standings point against Dallas is not unusual.  It brought the Caps’ record to 5-1-2 in games in which they scored a power play goal.  Still, four shots on goal in 7:18 of power play time is a quiet week on this front.


Penalty Killing: 4-for-4 / 100.0 percent (season:  75.0 percent, rank: 23rd)

Here is perhaps the most bizarre week-to-week fact coming out of Week 5.  The Caps have had two weeks in five in which their penalty killing was 80 percent are better, and those are the two losing weeks that the Caps have had so far.  Washington killed eight of ten shorthanded situations in Week 2 and went 1-2-0.  In Week 5 they killed all four of their shorthanded situations and went 0-1-1.  They did a fine job in suppressing shots while down a man, allowing the Canadiens only two shots on goal on two power plays and Dallas only one shot on goal on two power plays.


Faceoffs: 67-for-117 / 57.3% percent (season: 48.6 percent, rank: 24th)

If the Caps did one thing well in Week 5, it was take faceoffs.  And here might be evidence of how inconsequential such results are, but with a caveat.  Washington did a fine job in the offensive zone, winning 23 of 33 draws for the week (69.7 percent).  But two things about defensive zone draws were noteworthy.  First, they took 43 defensive zone draws for the week, ten more than they took in the offensive zone.  Second, they won only 21 of them (48.8 percent).

Three of the four skaters taking at least ten draws for the week finished over 50 percent – Nicklas Backstrom (63.9 percent), Lars Eller (61.5 percent) and Evgeny Kuznetsov (51.7 percent).  Only Nic Dowd among that group was under 50 percent(43.8).  All four were worse in the defensive end than they were in the offensive end, the Caps enjoying first possession on a regular basis in the offensive end, but having to go seeking the puck too often in the defensive end.


Goals by Period:


Well, the Caps were consistent, just not in a way they would like to carry forward.  Three goals allowed in each of the first, second, and third periods of games for the week was a recipe for poor results.  It is part of a consistency that has plagued the Caps all season.  Through five weeks the Caps have allowed 15 first period goals, 14 second period goals, and 15 third period goals.

On the other side, the Caps had a fine week in the period with the long change, posting five goals in the second periods of two games.  However, one goal in each of the first and third periods of games was indicative of slow starts and weak finishes, although that lone third period goal (a power play goal by Evgeny Kuznetsov) did allow the Caps to record a standings point against Dallas.

Year over Year:


Yes, the Caps do have a better record, year-over-year, through 12 games.  Yes, they score more (almost 30 percent more goals scored).  They are closer to 50 percent in shot attempts-for percentage than they were through 12 games last season.  More takeaways, fewer penalties.  The power play is much better than it was at a similar juncture last season, and while the penalty kill hasn’t improved, it is having to endure those situations at a lower frequency. 

By most measure, the Caps are in a better place after 12 games this season than they were after 12 games last season, but it feels strangely inadequate.  That is one price to pay for winning a championship.

In the end…

The Caps are 12 games in, and they haven’t won consecutive games.  That is the bottom line of what has been an inconsistent level of production among a number of statistical categories, even if on balance those numbers are better than last season through as many games.  The defense and goaltending have been especially troublesome, largely negating a good offense overall and a powerful power play.  The good news here is that defense is largely a product of effort applied to scheme, and that is something that can be corrected.  That, however, will require a level of sustained focus that has eluded the team so far.  Perhaps with a more regular diet of games in November, without the long stretches of time between games they worked through in October, that focus will be easier to sustain.  It had better be.

Three Stars:
  • First Star: Lars Eller (2-1-3, 61.5 faceoff wins, 52.63% shot attempts-for on ice at 5-on-5)
  • Second Star: Alex Ovechkin (2-0-2, 8 shots on goal, 20 shot attempts)
  • Third Star: Nicklas Backstrom (1-1-2, even, 63.9 percent faceoff wins, six shots on goal)


          The Peerless Prognosticator is ON THE AIR!!! -- Game 12: Stars at Capitals, November 3rd      Cache   Translate Page      
The Peerless Prognosticator is ON THE AIR!!!

If it seems like weeks since the Washington Capitals last played at Capital One Arena, it has been.  Two weeks, in fact, since the Caps dropped a 6-5 Gimmick decision to the Florida Panthers.  The Caps return home on Saturday night to face the Dallas Stars after splitting a four-game road swing through Canada (2-2-0).

Washington will take the ice on Saturday hoping to find some epoxy or sealant to plug the holes in what has been a leaky defense so far.  Despite splitting the four decisions on the road over the last couple of weeks, the Caps allowed 15 goals in the four games, the 3.75 goals allowed per game being only marginally better than the 3.82 goals allowed per game overall over their first 11 contests of the season.

Opening a five-game home stand against the Stars might not be the worst way to get back on track.  The Stars have been a streaky team in the early going, opening the season winning three of four games, before dropping three in a row.  They have won four of five games going into this contest, 2-1-0 on their current road trip.

“Streaky” might be a word to describe their offense, too.  After scoring 17 goals in their first four games of the season (4.25 per game), Dallas has 19 goals in their last eight games (2.38 per game).  It is balanced scoring overall, though, both in the lineup (16 players have scored goals) and at the top of the scoring list.  Three Stars are tied for the team lead in goals with five apiece, and frankly, there are no surprises among them.

Jamie Benn, for example (five goals in 12 games), topped the 30-goalmark in four of his last five seasons.  Since posting 34 goals in the 2013-2014 season, Benn has more goals scored (177) than any player in the league except Alex Ovechkin (246) and Sidney Crosby (179).  Now in his tenth NHL season, he is sixth on the all-time franchise list in goals scored (259) and would seem to be a virtual lock to climb into fourth place (Neal Broten: 274) by year’s end.  Of his five goals this season, three were recorded on power plays; he had ten or more power play goals in three of the last four seasons, coming up one shot last season.  Despite being drafted in the fifth round (129th overall) in the 2007 entry draft, Benn is the second-ranked goal scorer in his draft class, trailing only Chicago’s Patrick Kane (323), although Benn has played in almost 160 fewer games (679 to 835 for Kane).  Benn is 6-8-14, plus-13, in 13 career games against Washington.

Alexander Radulov isn’t much of a surprise at the top of the Dallas goal-scoring list, either.  Although his NHL career has been beset by interruptions (2008-2009 through 2010-2011 with Salavat Yulayev Ufa in the KHL and 2012-2013 through 2016-2017 with CSKA Moskva in the KHL), he has been a productive goal scorer, averaging 24.9 goals per 82 games.  He is shooting at a torrid pace, his five goals coming on only 18 shots (27.8 percent) in seven games (he missed four games in late October to lower body injury before returning against Montreal on October 20th; he missed Dallas 2-1 loss in Toronto to the Maple Leafs on Thursday).  In six career games against Washington, Radulov is 3-3-6, minus-2.  He is also listed as day-to-day after aggravating his lower body injury.

John Klingberg is the third member of the Stars with five goals and is one of a handful of defensemen averaging at least a point per game so far this season (5-7-12 in 12 games).  In his fifth NHL season, he has demonstrated himself to be one of the most prolific offensive defensemen in the game.  Over that span he ranks 14th in goals scored (47), fourth in assists (179), and third in points (226).  With his production, his ice time has increased steadily, from 21:50 per game as a rookie in 2014-2015 to 25:10 in 12 games so far this season.  The odd part of his season to date is that four of his five goals scored came in the Stars’ first five games, while five of his seven assists have come in his last seven contests.  An odd feature of his scoring over his five-year career is his alternating high shooting percentage years (11.2 percent, 10.5 percent, and 15.6 percent this season in his first, third, and fifth seasons) with low percentage years (5.8 percent and 3.9 percent in his second and fourth season).  Klingberg is 0-8-8, plus-1, in seven career games against the Caps.


1.  Dallas is a great power play team at home (35.0 percent). On the road?  Not so much.  They are limping along at 12.5 percent, 26th in the league, and only two teams have had fewer man advantage chances on the road than Dallas (36) – Arizona and Pittsburgh (31 apiece).

2.  The Stars are one of six teams left that have not allowed a shorthanded goal. Oddly enough, five of those teams play in the West (the New York Islanders being the exception).

3.  Getting power play time in the third period is a comparatively rare occurrence, but Dallas has spent only 14:18 with the man advantage in the final 20 minutes this season. Only the Islanders have spent less (11:33).

4.  Only the Nashville Predators have more wins when scoring first this season (eight) than the Stars (six, tied with the Islanders and the San Jose Sharks).

5.  Dallas has only eight first period goals so far this season. Only Vegas (seven) and Los Angeles (5) have fewer.

1.  Washington has nine third period goals this season. Only Los Angeles and Florida (eight apiece) have fewer.

2.  The Caps could do without the bench penalties. The three they have is exceeded by only three teams – Colorado (four), Minnesota (four), and the New York Rangers (five).

3.  The Caps have played one-goal games right down the middle; they are 2-2-2 so far. Their other three wins were by three or more goals.

4.  Nicklas Backstrom has eight power play point, a total exceeded only by Taylor Hall and Blake Wheeler (nine apiece).

5.  Quality...Quantity…Quality…Quantity. The Caps rank 26th in the league in shot attempts at 5-on-5 (487, tied with Minnesota).

The Peerless’ Players to Ponder

Dallas: Tyler Seguin

Connor McDavid, Sidney Crosby, Alex Ovechkin, Erik Karlsson.  There are a lot of star-caliber players in the NHL, but few are as productive over as big a range of statistical categories as Tyler Seguin since he moved to Dallas from Boston in a trade with Rich Peverley and Ryan Button for Loui Eriksson, Joe Morrow, Reilly Smith and Matt Fraser.  Since his first season in Dallas, in 2013-2014, Seguin’s rankings are impressive:
  • Goals: 176/4th
  • Points: 398/6th
  • Game-winning goals: 30/T-7th
  • Shots on goal: 1,548/2nd
  • Goals per game: 0.44/8th
  • Points per game: 1.00/5th
He just doesn’t seem to get the attention such numbers might deserve.  When he takes the ice against the Caps, it will be his 400th game with the Stars, the 38th player to reach that milestone in franchise history.  His numbers this season (3-11-14, plus-5, in 12 games) are in keeping with his productive nature in Dallas generally, but his three goals on 60 shots so far (5.0 percent) is the worst shooting percentage of his career.  His season to date has also been a bit inconsistent.  He torched Winnipeg, Toronto, and Anaheim for three goals and ten points in a three-game stretch early in the season, but he is without a goal in his last nine games and is 0-4-4 in his last eight contests.  He has yet to score a goal on the road this season.  In 21 career appearances against Washington, Seguin is 9-5-14, plus-4.

Washington: Matt Niskanen

Matt Niskanen does not have the booming shot or responsibility to tee up Alex Ovechkin one-timers like John Carlson.  He doesn’t have quite the physical edge of a Brooks Orpik.  He just gets the job done, night in and night out.  He has been a reliable point producer from the blue line, ranging between 29 and 39 points over his four seasons in Washington preceding this one, that lower end of the range being a product of his missing 14 games last season.  Over those four seasons he led the team in games played by a defenseman (310), was second in assists (110 to 155 for Carlson), was second in points (131 to 199 for Carlson), and was a team-best plus-61, regardless of position.  He goes into Saturday’s game against the team that drafted him (28th overall in 2005) with a good start to this season (2-5-7 in 11 games).  He has points in four of five home games to date.  Coincidentally, those are the four games on home ice in which the Caps have earned points so far (3-0-1).  He is also a minutes-eater, only once in 11 games skating under 20 minutes.  In 12 career games against Dallas, Niskanen is 1-5-6, minus-2.

In the end…

The Caps have been a hot mess in their own end over the first month of the season.  They allow too many goals (3.82 per game, fourth-most in the league), their penalty kill is iffy (73.8 percent, 24th in the league), and they are still underwater in shot attempts-for at 5-on-5 (48.46 percent).  Their offense has kept them competitive, but a 3.82 goals per game scoring offense and a 36.1 percent power play are not likely to be sustainable over an 82-game season.  This is a club that certainly has the appearance of having lingering effects from the championship season (and off-season), but that is what November is for, to get back to business.  And there is no better place to start than with some home cooking.

Capitals 3 – Stars 2



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Tracklist
A1
Flight Of The Phoenix
Organ –  Mark Farner
3: 34
A2
Trying To Get Away
4: 10
A3
Someone
4: 02
A4
She Got To Move Me
4: 47
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Rain Keeps Fallin'
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3: 17
B3
Freedom Is For Children
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B4
Gotta Find Me A Better Day
4: 06
B5
Rock 'N Roll Soul
3: 27
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Mastered At –  Sterling Sound
Recorded At –  The Sound Shop
Manufactured By –  Capitol Records, Inc.
Record Company –  Capitol Industries, Inc.
Pressed By –  Capitol Records Pressing Plant, Scranton
Credits
Bass –  Mel Schacher
Design –  Pacific Eye & Ear
Engineer –  Gene Eichelberger
Engineer [Assistant] –  Bill Sherrill*,  Steve Graf
Fiddle [Electric] –  Doug Kershaw
Illustration –  Joe Garnett
Organ, Clavinet, Harpsichord, Piano –  Craig Frost
Photography By –  Lorrie Sullivan
Producer –  Grand Funk*
Vocals, Drums, Congas, Percussion –  Don Brewer
Vocals, Guitar, Harmonica –  Mark Farner
Written-By –  Mark Farner
Notes
Recorded at Sound Shop, Nashville 
Mixed at Quadraphonic, Nashville 
Mastered at Sterling Sound, New York

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When:  Friday, November 9, 2018

Registration: from 9:00 a.m.-9:30 a.m.

Program Begins: 9:30 a.m.

At: Dyersburg State Community College3149 Hwy 51 South Covington, TN 38019/ Jimmy Naifeh Center Baptist Memorial Health Care Academic Building & Auditorium 

Event ends: 3:00 p.m.

All Active Duty, Veterans, and Spouses are invited.

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Mayor Justin Hanson of Covington, TN, will be on hand to open the event.

Brigadier General Montgomery, (Retired) National Guard will speak.

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Reggie Ordonez, Veteran Business Outreach Center (VBOC)

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OH MY GOD, WONKETTE PEOPLE AND OTHER PEOPLE WHO MAY BE READING THIS NOW, IT IS TIME TO DO THE THING!

First of all, we want to tell you that we feel pretty good about things. But we also want to say that polls are still open in lots of places! So if there's anybody you know who might not have voted and there's still time, GTFO and get them there! But we also want you to know that if we win tonight, we're in the win together. If we ... grrrrrrrr ... NON-WIN tonight, then first of all if it's Stacey Abrams in Georgia, we're calling for an investigation. But if things somehow don't break our way (on top of calling for investigations) we are STILL in this together. Because win or lose, our work is not over tonight! But let's hope we win.

DEEP BREATHS.


NBC has released some exit polls, and while exit polls don't necessarily mean shit while the polls are still open, they're interesting. For instance, according to those they surveyed, Trump only has a 44% approval rating, which is lower than Obama in 2010 and Bill Clinton in 1994, and those were BLOODBATHS. Also, according to Chuck Todd on the television, this is the least white midterm electorate ever of all time. Thank GOD. Democrats' favorables are higher than Republicans' favorables, so that is also a good thing. However, Trump approval seems a bit high in exits from Georgia and Florida, but those are not final numbers and they ain't no early vote exit polls either, so that might not mean shit!

Anyway, polls are closing ... NOW! ... in KY-06, which is one of our first important races of the night, that of badass Amy McGrath vs. suckass Andy Barr. Also, in general, we will get stuff from the Eastern Time Zone parts of Indiana, which is where Joe Donnelly is trying to hold on to his Senate seat.

Settle in, kids, we got a long night ahead of us.

6:15: How about a couple nice facts to start us out? Fact one comes in this tweet, about how the NRA is a sad shell of its former self and the gun control groups are OUTGAMIN' them:

The second fact is this screengrab from MSNBC, what is talking about people who voted in a midterm for the very first time, which turns out according to the exit polls was 16 percent of the electorate. This is how they broke down in casting their votes:

We can work with that!

6:37: OK, Wonkers, we have your first dispatch from Wonkette Secret Teen Election Genius, who A) exists and is B) snarking from an undisclosed location. He says "Tell Dana Bash that she is full of shit, and the fact that Braun is up 5,400 when Gary and Fort Wayne and ALL THE PLACES are still voting, oh and also the only thing reporting right now is a few dirty red counties, is MEANINGLESS."

Correct, Wonkette Secret Teen Election Genius!

Also, KY-5 has been called for the incumbent Republican Hal Rogers. This is meaningless and not a surprise.

Also, who runs elections in Georgia? That guy must be A IDIOT.

Oh that's right. Brian Kemp runs elections in Georgia. DERP.

6:45: We are 15 minutes from some poll closings. Florida! Georgia! Virginia! This is where we'll start to get a feeling about how the night is going to go.

We really don't have updates for you on KY-06 or IN-SEN, because Jesus, there's like 1% in and they're only reporting absentee votes from farm animals, which are ILLEGAL VOTER FRAUD FOR THE RECORD.

6:56: Oh nothing, just the adult human governor of Texas retweeting Jim Hoft and taking him seriously.

6:57: Here is a nerdy update about what's been reported in the KY-06 race between Amy McGrath (the good Democrat) and Andy Barr (the bad man):

Fayette County is the most populous county. It is where Lexington is! McGrath is overperforming and the votes are coming in slow. In Barr's turf, which is coming in faster, he's barely hitting his benchmark.

These are good things! For the record, Wonkette Secret Teen Election Genius thinks McGrath is going to win. Let's see if WSTEG really has ninja election skills or not.

7:00: Actual updates!

You guys, this might be a shock, but Bernie Sanders has won re-election. Also Tim Kaine has re-winned his Senate seat in Virginia. These are according to NBC News, which is not AP, which is what we usually follow, but fuck, Brian Williams was talking so we decided to tell you what he said.

7:12: TELL US A THING, STEVE KORNACKI THAT WE HAVE A MASSIVE CRUSH ON PLEASE DON'T TELL NOBODY:

Basically what Kornacki is telling us is that based on where the early vote is coming in in Florida, Andrew Gillum is outperforming Hillary Clinton and Ron DeSantis is underperforming Trump, in key counties. These are good signs!

7:16: Hey, here's a good progress report for you! Remember crazy ass Kim Davis, the county clerk in Kentucky what hates the gays so much? She is currently NOT WINNING:

7:23: OK, we have a LOT of Florida vote in now, and you will be happy to know that both Andrew Gillum and Bill Nelson are doing very comfortably well.

Also the Democrats have picked up the governorship of Guam, according to MSNBC.

GUAM, FUCK YEAH!

7:25: And here is a race to keep your eye on. Florida's 15th, where Republican Dennis Ross decided not to run for re-election. It's TIGHT right now, but like we said, just keep your eye on it.

7:29: Chuck Todd is currently Chuck Todd-ing about WHAT DOES IT MEAN if Abrams wins in Georgia and Gillum wins in Florida but Bredesen doesn't win in Tennessee? (Chuck Todd knows nothing about Tennessee politics.)

We really want them all to win, partially to see how confused Chuck Todd gets about WHAT DOES IT MEAN.

7:33: Here is some good news that is not final news! in Virginia's 10th, Jennifer Wexton is currently kicking GOP Rep. Barbara Comstock's ASS and she is probably DONE, but Wonkette can't make that call yet. However, in the county that's mostly in (Loudoun), Wexton is matching Hillary Clinton's numbers. Hillary won that district.

7:37: We are sorry to say but the election has been cancelled because Jim Hoft, The Stupidest Man On The Internet, has a BOOM!

We are sorry for ever thinking #Blexit was not a thing :(

7:40: WE HAVE OUR FIRST BIG DEMOCRATIC PICKUP OF THE NIGHT! In VA-10, Republican Barbara Comstock has been BEATED by awesome new Democrat Jennifer Wexton, according to the AP. Now, this was, out of all the districts, the one we pretty much knew any idiot could beat the incumbent Republican. But it has happened!

May it be the first of many!

7:59: Good news, bad news Wonkers. Democrat Donna Shalala flips FL-27, and Denver Rigglemen (aka Mr. Bigfoot Porn) holds VA-5.

Also, this is Yr FDF.

8:00 A bunch of NO SHIT calls in the 8 o'clock hour. Senate in MD, DE, CT, RI, MA, PA -- all Dems, woohoo. Governor's races in PA, and MA. Why even does Massachusetts have a Republican governor, Yr FDF asks from Maryland. AHEM.

8:10 I see you out there freaking out about Florida. Cut that shit out! Lots of Miami-Dade, most of Broward, and Tallahassee and Tampa are still out. Just chill.

8:12 Editrix has made a grievous error in omitting to help you to help her to get hammered.

8:35: OK GUYS HI, IT IS EVAN AGAIN. So we've had a couple/bunch of kind of obvious calls, like for instance we will still have Jim Jordan of Ohio and Matt Gaetz of Florida to kick around. Joy.

NBC projects that all the people who said "Bob Menendez might lose, you guys!" are absolutely full of shit, and that Menendez will be a winner, winner, chicken dinner.

Andrew Gillum's race against the shithead continues to be a fucking nailbiter, and so does Bill Nelson's Senate race, so BRB having some heart attacks.

Georgia is way too early to call and Brian Kemp is obviously looking for some Stacey Abrams votes to delete somehow.

Karl Dean, per NBC, has lost his race to be the Democratic governor of Tennessee. Let us tell you, as a Tennessee Person, that we don't think that race has ONE SOLITARY DICK to do with Phil Bredesen's race in Tennessee, which is still very early to call. (We predicted Karl would lose. We hated to say it but it was just damn true.)

Finally, JB Pritzker and Gina Raimondo are the governors of Illinois and Rhode Island, respectively. Oh and that Republican fucker Hogan in Maryland.

8:45: OH HEY YOU GUYS, looks like Beto won the early vote in Texas. Maybe that will stick!

Sorry, we are at that plateau portion of the night where all the nailbiters drag out. Grrrrrrr.

8:47: Bad news, you guys. Lots of Democrats are going to win tonight, but Amy McGrath isn't one of them. :(

8:57: MSNBC says Joe Donnelly has lost his race in Indiana. And our Senate dreams begin to slip away ...

But RELAX, GUYS, there is a lot of night left. The Senate was always a longshot with this year's map.

8:59: Democratic Senator Joe Manchin keeps his seat, so we'll still have him to kick around, JUST KIDDING WE ARE GLAD TO SEE THAT A REPUBLICAN DID NOT PICK UP THAT SENATE SEAT, ESPECIALLY IF JOE DONNELLY SUCKS AN ASS.

Martin Heinrich, Amy Klobuchar, Tammy Baldwin, Kirsten Gillibrand also all going back to the Senate, according to the 9:00 PM calls after those poll closings. Those were all expected, obviously.

9:03: Guys. We were wrong, unless NBC is wrong. MSNBC just called Tennessee for Marsha Fucking Blackburn.

9:05: OK, but here is a good news! Amendment 4 in Florida, which restores voting rights to felons who have paid their debt to society, is projected to pass!

9:07: Also, we want to let you know what is out in Florida, and it's a small part of Miami-Dade County and also 30% of Fucking Broward County, because it's always Fucking Broward County. That's why so much is in right now, and everything is still too close to fucking call, goddammit.

9:17: OK, we are going to say we don't know if MSNBC's projection (not call, PROJECTION) that Bredesen loses in Tennessee was wrong, but we are going to say we think they (and CNN) may have gotten in front of their skis a little bit. Why? Shelby and Davidson counties are not remotedly reporting yet. (That's the Memphis metro and Nashville.)

Everything else still a fucking nailbiter oh my god we haven't even started drinking yet can you believe it?

9:29: Happy Democrat House pickups to report!

Democrat Mary Gay Scanlon wins PA-05! Pickup!

Democrat Jason Crow wins CO-06! Pickup!

9:37: More happy!

JARED POLIS WINS THE GOVERNOR'S RACE IN COLORADO!

This means this is the first state in America to be run BY A GAY DUDE!

9:39: More happy!!!!!

Conor Lamb wins newly created PA-17 district! This counts as a pickup, even though he was already in Congress, because again, redrawn new district!

9:41: MOAR HAPPY!!1111!!!

They are both the first!

Anyway, Texas and Florida are still shitshows.

9:43: MOAR HAPPY!

9:45: If you've been wondering why we haven't been talking about the GA-Gov race, it is because they are counting SLOW. That's right, Brian Kemp is using his fingers AND his toes.

9:49: Here is another happy!

Also Democrat Dean Phillips just beat incumbent Republican Erik Paulsen in MN-03, so there is another #pickup!

By the way, if you are having PTSD, please let us help you.

We are pretty sure we are going to win the House. We are pretty sure we are not gonna win the Senate. ALL OF THIS WAS EXPECTED. In fact, the Dems are doing pretty much everything we expected.

Also, as Steve Kornacki just said on the MSNBC, there were 25 GOP districts that Hillary Clinton won in 2016. The GOP has not kept a single one of them yet.

RELAX, the night is a fetus.

9:55: HOORAY!

SHARICE DAVIDS is projected by MSNBC to win KS-03, which is another Dem pickup! Sharice Davids, as Rachel Maddow just pointed out, is both Native American and also a lesbian. First Native woman in the House.

This. Is. YOOGE.

9:56: And Mikie Sherrill (that is a GIRL Mikie, FYI) wins in NJ-11. That is another Dem pickup, in a NON-Hillary district!

9:58: YOU GUYS KRIS KOBACH JUST FUCKING LOST TO DEMOCRAT LAURA KELLY FOR GOVERNOR OF KANSAS.

Also, Carlos Curbelo lost his seat in Florida to Democrat Debbie Mukarsey-Powell in FL-26. That is a pickup!\

BUT YOU GUYS KRIS KOBACH OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG.

Elaine Luria picks up VA-02 against GOP incumbent Scott Taylor in a Trump district.

And Chrissy Houlahan The Democrat picks up a seat in the new PA-06.

And Max Rose beats Staten Island's DAN DONOVAN for another DEMOCRATIC PICUP!

Susan Wild wins PA-07. She is a Democrat! This is Charlie Dent's old seat!

12 to go for a majority!

We just copied all Steve Kornacki's homeworks!

10:09: MSNBC projects Heidi Heitkamp loses her seat in North Dakota. Voter suppression wins.

Everybody take a moment and remember the stand she took for decency in voting against Brett Kavanaugh. She is a good person.

10:13: And MSNBC projects Beto loses.

Deep breaths, everyone. Deep breaths.

10:15: Listen, you guys.

Beto O'Rourke was always a long shot. If this holds, HE WAS NEVER SUPPOSED TO BE THIS CLOSE TO BEATING TED CRUZ.

Also, he just became the 2020 frontrunner.

10:20: Fuck, we walk away for eight seconds!

Pete Sessions loses in TX! To a black guy! Named Colin Allred! We predicted this!

And Democrat Haley Stevens beats Lena Epstein, who invited that fake Jew for Jesus to Mike Pence's rally!

Pickup!

Pickup!

As of now, the GOP keeps the Senate, and the Dems will officially take the House.

10:26: Hey, here is a fact. Pennsylvania elected SEVEN WOMEN to the House tonight. SEVEN.

10:28: Oh hey, Democrat Michelle Lujan Grisham is the new badass gov of New Mexico!

10:34: Fuck yeah, Gretchen Whittmer wins MI-Gov, per MSNBC! This is another GREAT thing, considering what Michigan has gone through the past few years.

Oh yeah and Marsha Blackburn officially won in Tennessee, Jesus Christ, can Memphis and Nashville just secede from the state and we'll call the rest Camp Dipshit?

10:43: Y'ALL! Y'ALL!

BIG NEWS!

Y'ALL!

Remember Kim Davis? The Kentucky clerk what hates the gays? She ain't get to be the county clerk of Rowan County no more, because dickhead lost!

10:46: More happy! Peter Roskam is projected to lose IL-06 to Sean Kasten, a known Democrat!

Oh also, the Dems just flipped the Colorado state senate.

11:01: ANTONIO DELGADO BEATS JOHN FASO IN NY-19!

ANTHONY BRINDISI BEATS CLAUDIA TENNEY, LITERALLY THE WORST ASSHOLE IN CONGRESS, IN NY-22!

And also Andrew Gillum conceded :(

And MSNBC is calling Ron DeSantis the "apparent winner."

But Tina Smith keeps her Senate seat in Minnesota!

And now the polls are closed on the West Coast and more stuff will happen we guess.

11:05: Oh, and Abby Finkenauer beats incumbent Republican Rod Blum in Iowa's 1st!

So yes, guys. There are bad things. But there are good things.

LIke just now, Dem Lizzie Fletcher beats GOP incumbent John Culberson in TX-7!

Beto helped, you guys.

11:09: Wanna see a really fun one?

HOT. DAMN.

FUCK DAVE BRAT SOOOOOO HARD, GOODBYE.

11:13: By the way, you guys, Democrats have a net gain of 21 seats.

Also, OOH! OOH! New Dem congressperson for Oklahoma! Kendra Horn! She beat Steve Russell! OK-05! Oklahoma previous had NO DEMOCRATS IN CONGRESS!

11:17: Debbie Stabenow keeps her Senate seat in Michigan, so STFU to Fox News for being like "this black Republican John James might surprise everybody by beating her, because we're Fox News, and we think black voters are dumb! He took money from white supremacists, but that's probably OK!"

11:22: Angie Craig, a Dem, has defeated incumbent GOP dick Jason Lewis in MN-02!

Also, MSNBC just said actually now there have been 100 women elected to the House. SO THAT'S A THING.

11:44: MICHIGAN. LEGALIZED. WEED.

11:48: Welp. Claire McCaskill lost her seat.

Did the Russians rig the Senate but couldn't figure out how to rig the House?

12:12: LOLOLOLOL BETO IS GIVING THE MOST AMAZING "CONCESSION" SPEECH EVER AND HE SAID "I'M SO FUCKING PROUD OF YOU GUYS" AND HE ENUNCIATED IT AND IT PLAYED ON TV AND OMG THIS IS HIS 2020 ANNOUNCEMENT SPEECH.

12:16: HE IS SO FUCKING PROUD OF YOU GUYS

12:33: You guys still here? We are! Stuff is still happening! And we are still absorbing results! But yeah mostly we are watching Beto saying "fucking" over and over again, because that is our sexual orientation now.

12:34: OK, now we are going to bum you the fuck out, because look what Alabama and West Virginia did tonight:

Voters in Alabama and West Virginia have approved amendments to their respective state constitutions that seek to immediately ban abortion if Roe V. Wade—the landmark 1973 decision that made abortion legal nationwide—is ever overturned by the Supreme Court.

Yep. Hit this link for more.

12:37: You guys, let's give New York's 27th a chance to take a bow for actually winning re-election for indicted GOP Rep. Chris Collins, EVEN THOUGH LIKE WE JUST SAID HE IS INDICTED AS FUCK RIGHT NOW.

Some people are just not good at America-ing. Like the voters of NY-27.

12:41: And holy Christ, Duncan Hunter in California too! He's under 60 indictments! Because that's OK!

Hell, maybe they'll have special elections after they go to jail.

12:44: AW HELL YEAH, YOU REMEMBER THIS GUY, RIGHT?

Also Maine flipped its state Senate blue tonight.

12:47: More Maine good news!

Shithole Maine Governor Paul LePage will be replaced by a DEMOCRAT LADY named Janet Mills! Hooray for Janet Mills!

12:50: Cough ABOLISH THE SENATE cough.


1:08 That beady-eyed little badger-fucker is hanging on for another hour or two at least! Looks like Walker might have the votes in Green Bay to close the gap with Evers. BUTBUTBUT there are 45,000 absentee ballots that Milwaukee is about to count right now! And Milwaukee is going pretty big for Evers, so .... NO ONE IS EVER GOING TO SLEEP!

1:40: Sorry, we are not updating OFTEN right now because we are tired and li'l bit drunk but Stacey Abrams is speaking and SHE IS NOT BEING CONCILIATORY.

Let's see if she says "fucking"!

1:45: Remember that what's happening in Georgia, if something surprising doesn't happen with the margin (Kemp is up 51-48 right now) tonight, they're looking for it to at least narrow to the point that Kemp is under 50. That means they go to a runoff. And then it just comes down to whose voters care more.

1:56: Of course.

Sure why not.

But more importantly, it looks like -- seriously -- Scott Walker might be about to go down in Wisconsin, because of some absentee ballots that just were counted from Milwaukee.

Seriously.

If this is the election that takes down Scott Walker ...

LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL

2:01: OH THANK GOD.

Clark is Las Vegas, if you didn't know.

2:17: The locals are reporting that Jacky Rosen has won in Nevada. HOORAY!

Oh yeah, did you hear we took Mark Sanford's seat in South Carolina?

And it looks like Mia Love lost in Utah too, but they haven't called it. So.

OK guys, we have had a lot of BEER, because, just like Brett Kavanaugh, we like BEER, but unlike Brett Kavanaugh, we don't assault women or men or anybody else. (Do we still have to say "allegedly" about Brett Kavanaugh's allegations? Oh well fuck it.)

What we are saying is that this liveblog is basically over, unless we come back, which is totally possible, but if we stay until the bitter end, we're not coming in tomorrow.

Oh yeah, looks like Scott Walker is going the fuck down and we won't know anything about Kyrsten Sinema until one million minutes from now.

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          MSNBC IS SO GAY RIGHT NOW, And Other News To Tide You Over Until The Polls Close      Cache   Translate Page      


What up, America, you votin' so hard right now? Us too!

So we figured we'd just put up an open thread/liveblog of good stuff, bad stuff, fucked up stuff, funny stuff, because it ain't like there's any other breaking news besides OMG VOTING IS SO HOT RIGHT NOW.

As we made the decision to do this post, we were watching the MSNBC, like the common gay liberal we are, and we exclaimed "MSNBC IS SO GAY RIGHT NOW." Jonathan Capehart was on there talking about his husband who works for Senator Heidi Heitkamp's campaign and Josh Barro was sitting there like "Uh huh I am also too a gay leather daddy but I do not have a story about Heidi Heitkamp's campaign at the moment for I have failed at life," and host Craig Melvin was like "I am not gay but most of the other people in this building at any given time are, OH HEY LOOK AN UPDATE ON BETO!"

So that is your MSNBC status report.

Our next updates in this post will be less vapid, or maybe they won't, you can't tell us what to do.


11:34: Here is an awesome woman in Oklahoma who is a Republican and who voted straight Dem for the first time ever because she was super fuckin' grossed out by the Kavanaugh hearings. Thank you, awesome Oklahoma woman!

11:37: MSNBC has also been playing this video all morning of a badass Beto voter in Texas. She is your new Nana, and you are lucky for that.

11:40: Beto voted! Hopefully the voting machine didn't "accidentally" change his vote to Ted Cruz!

11:45: If you need a reminder of what we're fighting against, you should know that Trump seems to have convinced his followers he has TWO DICKS. This lady votes, y'all.

11:49: Wonkette's official Niece has a question for you, about voting:

And Jacob Wohl has visited his imaginary hipster coffee shop and met some new imaginary friends:

That is just how it always is. It's also how people refer to gay people, as "LGBT couples."

12:10: So one of the big stories today is that lines are long EVERYWHERE. Some places, that's a good and normal thing, because they don't have early voting (Missouri and New York for instance, though New York is known for not having its shit together on a regular basis). Some places are having balls-out crazy turnout even though their early voting was balls-out crazy. We're hearing about this in Tennessee, where we live. Also, it's happening in Georgia, though SOME OF THE FUCKERY has to do with things like this:

Oh for God's sake. Can they be any more obvious? "Let's put just a couple voting machines in SW Atlanta, it'll be fiiiiiine." (SW Atlanta has a high African-American population, if you didn't know.)

12:20: For more on voter problems around the country, here is a thread from Ari Berman, who is monitoring all that:

In short, shit is fucked up in Georgia, and if Brian Kemp ekes out a tiny little win there, now you know why. If everybody who's qualified to vote gets to vote, Brian Kemp loses. If he can suppress just enough voters, he wins. It's the GOP way!

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12:34: What's wrong with voting in Alabama? Oh, just MOIST BALLOTS.

12:41: Jesus Christ, did Brian Kemp visit all the majority black precincts in Georgia last night and fuck up their voting machines? Read this whole thread.

1:11: Do you know anybody in these states/districts who might need a nudge to the polls today? Do they like having healthcare? Jimmy Kimmel is here with a helpful list of people who voted to screw people with pre-existing conditions!

1:15: Big surprise, but shit is FUCKED in North Dakota and the GOP is doing everything it can to keep folks from voting:


1:21: If this doesn't get folks to the polls to vote against Republicans dunno what will ...

1:32: Texas. Probably no big deal, bet there are no Beto voters in ARLINGTON.

1:39: Some voting problems aren't about wet ballots but more like about WET FARTS.

Andy Richter persisted:

1:44: Yes, there are some crazy voting problems happening, especially in Georgia. But maybe this tweet will make you feel better:

1:46: Ivanka Trump says please vote, does not specify that people should vote for Republicans. So DO LIKE IVANKA SAYS, DEMOCRAT PARTY!

1:55: Here is a fact about the Republican asshole running against Debbie Stabenow in Michigan.

2:14: No tweet or news item to share with you here, but from what we can see on MSNBC, voter turnout in Nashville is OFF THE CHAIN. And we've been hearing the same from our friends in Memphis, and we are not hearing about voting maching fuckery or anything like that.

This is good news for John McCain Phil Bredesen.

2:27: These morons, because they don't believe women, STILL do not get that we REALLY, TRULY BELIEVE THE WOMEN. As in we REALLY, TRULY BELIEVE THAT BRETT KAVANAUGH TRIED TO RAPE OR OTHERWISE SEXUALLY ASSAULT OR HARASS THOSE WOMEN.

Really! We do!

And we're going to say so every time he writes a ruling or otherwise appears in public! And we're going to tell our kids to stay away from him!

REALLY!

2:41: In case you were wondering, voting in Georgia is still fucked up.

2:45: Also speaking of Georgia, hey look, it is Jon Ossoff on the MSNBC, talking about Lucy McBath's hopes to beat that asshole Karen Handel who beat him last year!

3:00: Steve King says you're not invited to his election night No Gays Allowed Nazi party and neither is the newspaper. Aren't you sad?

3:09: One final tweet for this thread, we think, before we take a big break and then come back to liveblog you when the first polls close at 6 PM ET in parts of Kentucky and Indiana.

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          Voters pack the polls in a crucial test of Trump's tenure      Cache   Translate Page      
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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          Fisk Jubilee Singers' 1909 Sound File Of "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot" (with three other renditions of this Spiritual)      Cache   Translate Page      
Edited by Azizi Powell

This is Part II of a three part pancocojams series about The Fisk Jubilee Singers.

Part II presents information about "Swing Low Sweet Chariot" and provides the standard lyrics for this Spiritual.

This post also showcases a 1909 sound file of The Fisk Jubilee Singers' rendition of "Swing Low Sweet Chariot". Additional examples of this song are also showcased in this post for comparison purposes.

Click https://pancocojams.blogspot.com/2018/11/online-excerpts-about-early-history-of.html for Part I of this series. Part I presents several online excerpts about the early history of The Fisk Jubilee Singers.

Part III showcases a 1909 sound file of The Fisk Jubilee Singers' rendition of "O Lord, I've Done What You Told Me To Do" riot". Additional examples of this song are also showcased in this post for comparison purposes. Two versions of lyrics for this song are also included in this post.

The content of this post is presented for historical and cultural purposes.

All copyrights remain with their owners.

Thanks to the original Fisk Jubilee Singers for their musical legacy, and thanks to all those who are featured in YouTube examples that are embedded in this post. Thanks also to all those who are quoted in this post and thanks to the publishers of these YouTube examples.
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Visit YouTube to view contemporary videos of this choral group that is part of Fisk University, a private historically Black university in Nashville, Tennessee.

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INFORMATION ABOUT "SWING LOW, SWEET CHARIOT"
From https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swing_Low,_Sweet_Chariot
""Swing Low, Sweet Chariot" is an African American* Spiritual. The earliest known recording was in 1909, by the Fisk Jubilee Singers of Fisk University.

In 2002, the Library of Congress honored the song as one of 50 recordings chosen that year to be added to the National Recording Registry. It was also included in the list of Songs of the Century, by the Recording Industry Association of America and the National Endowment for the Arts.

History
"Swing Low, Sweet Chariot" may have been written by Wallis Willis, a Choctaw freedman in the old Indian Territory in what is now Choctaw County, near the County seat of Hugo, Oklahoma sometime after 1865. He may have been[weasel words] inspired[citation needed] by the Red River, which reminded him of the Jordan River and of the Prophet Elijah's being taken to heaven by a chariot (2 Kings 2:11). Some sources[1][2] claim that this song and "Steal Away"[3] (also sung by Willis) had lyrics that referred to the Underground Railroad, the freedom movement that helped black people escape from Southern slavery to the North and Canada.

Alexander Reid, a minister at the Old Spencer Academy, a Choctaw boarding school, heard Willis singing these two songs and transcribed the words and melodies. He sent the music to the Jubilee Singers of Fisk University in Nashville, Tennessee. The Jubilee Singers popularized the songs during a tour of the United States and Europe.

The song enjoyed a resurgence during the 1960s Civil Rights struggle and the folk revival; it was performed by a number of artists. Perhaps the most famous performance during this period was that by Joan Baez during the legendary 1969 Woodstock festival.

Oklahoma State Senator Judy Eason McIntyre from Tulsa proposed a bill nominating "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot" as the Oklahoma State official gospel song in 2011. The bill was co-sponsored by the Oklahoma State Black Congressional Caucus. Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin signed the bill into law on May 5, 2011, at a ceremony at the Oklahoma Cowboy Hall of Fame; making the song the official Oklahoma State Gospel Song.[citation needed]

Traditional lyrics
Chorus:
Swing low, sweet chariot
Coming for to carry me home
Swing low, sweet chariot
Coming for to carry me home

I looked over Jordan, and what did I see?
(Coming for to carry me home)
A band of angels coming after me
(Coming for to carry me home)

Chorus:
If you get there before I do
(Coming for to carry me home)
Tell all of my friends, that I'm coming there too
(Coming for to carry me home)

Chorus (3×)"...
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*The Wikipedia page for this song [on November 6, 2018] refer to this song as an "American negro spiritual". I've changed that referent to "African American spiritual" because African American is the formal referent that has been most often used (since at least the early 1970s)most often for the population that was referred to as "American Negroes". Also, spelling "Negro" with a small "n" is generally considered (by African Americans and many others) to be highly offensive.

Also note that this is the only African American Spiritual that I know of which has an identified probable composer. To my knowledge, composers for all the other African American Spirituals are given as "unknown".
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Click https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talk:Swing_Low,_Sweet_Chariot for a discussion of "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot".

A commenter posting to that page notes that 'Swing Low, Sweet Chariot' "refers to 2 Kings 2:1. (Prophet Elijah being taken up to heaven by a chariot)."

Also, commenters on that page discuss the custom of "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot" being sung by attendees of United Kingdom rugby games.

A pancocojams post about this custom will be published ASAP and its link will be added here.

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EXCERPT ABOUT THE FISK JUBILEE SINGERS' RECORDING OF "SWING LOW, SWEET CHARIOT"
From https://www.loc.gov/programs/static/national-recording-preservation-board/documents/Swing%20Low%20article.pdf "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot”—The Fisk University
Jubilee Quartet (1909)"
Added to the National Registry: 2002
Essay by Toni P. Anderson (guest post)
"In December 1909, the Fisk University Jubilee Quartet, a male foursome carrying on the legacy of the original Fisk Jubilee Singers of the 1870s, entered the Victor Studios in Camden, New Jersey, to record 12 songs chosen from their concert repertory. Ten of the songs would
eventually be released on five different discs. Among the titles was “Swing Low, Sweet Chariot,” one of the best-known and beloved Negro spirituals now firmly established in the canon of American folksong. In just one or two takes per title, the Victor recording captured the
quartet’s rich blend and sophisticated performance style. These were the first recordings of the artistic, concert versions of spirituals associated with Fisk University and its accomplished musicians.

The unaccompanied recording of the quartet showcased the talent of four Fiskites: John Wesley Work II (1st tenor), James Andrew Myers (2nd tenor), Alfred Garfield King (1st bass), and Noah Ryder (2nd bass). By the time of the 1909 recording session, Fisk University had earned a
reputation as being the “music conservatory” for aspiring black artists, primarily due to the immense fame of the original Fisk Jubilee Singers, who toured in the interest of the university from 1871-1878. Known for their precise, tight harmony, emotional pathos, and refined stage deportment, the Jubilee Singers, under the direction of George L. White and Ella Sheppard, presented a cultivated version of the spiritual to audiences throughout America and Europe."

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SHOWCASE EXAMPLES
Example #1: Swing Low Sweet Chariot - Fisk Jubilee Singers (1909)



Nathaniel Jordon, Published on Dec 22, 2012

Swing Low Sweet Chariots earliest known recording is of the Fisk Jubilee Singers in 1909. The song is at least 103 years old, but it is still known by most people. Note- the huge church-like building you see as the third picture is the home of the Fisk Jubilee Singers.

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Example #2: Swing Low, Sweet Chariot" (1958)- The Caravans



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"Swing Low, Sweet Chariot", originally from the "Mary Don't You Weep" LP, with Albertina Walker and Shirley Caesar providing lead vocals. This is Shirley Caesar's first recording session with the Caravans, beginning a career that would launch her, as well as fellow Caravans Inez Andrews, Albertina Walker, and Delores Washington into some of the most successful and influential solo gospel artists of the past 50 years (1958-2008).

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Example #3: Dixie Hummingbirds ---Swing Low Sweet Chariot



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From A New York City Concert ---1991 ----Acapella--

Ira Tucker (lead vocals), William Bright (vocals), Carlton Lewis, III (vocals), Cornell Mcknight (bass vocals), Torrey Nettles (drums/vocals), Willie Coleman (bass guitar & vocals) and Lyndon Baines Jones (guitar & vocals).
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Notice that the Dixie Hummingbirds include part of the Gospel song "Swing Down, Chariot" (And Let Me Ride") in their rendition of "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot".

A pancocojams post on that song will be published ASAP and that link will be added to this post.

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Example #4: PAUL ROBESON SWING LOW SWEET CHARIOT



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Edited by Azizi Powell

This is Part I of a three part pancocojams series about The Fisk Jubilee Singers.

Part I presents several online excerpts about the early history of The Fisk Jubilee Singers.


Part II presents information about "Swing Low Sweet Chariot" and provides the standard lyrics for this Spiritual.

This post also showcases a 1909 sound file of The Fisk Jubilee Singers' rendition of "Swing Low Sweet Chariot". Additional examples of this song are also showcased in this post for comparison purposes.

Part III showcases a 1909 sound file of The Fisk Jubilee Singers' rendition of "O Lord, I've Done What You Told Me To Do" riot". Additional examples of this song are also showcased in this post for comparison purposes. Two versions of lyrics for this song are also included in this post.

The content of this post is presented for historical and cultural purposes.

All copyrights remain with their owners.

Thanks to the original Fisk Jubilee Singers for their musical legacy, and thanks to all those who are quoted in this post.
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Visit YouTube to view contemporary videos of this choral group that is part of Fisk University, a private historically Black university in Nashville, Tennessee.

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EXCERPTS ABOUT THE FISK JUBILEE SINGERS
These excerpts are presented in no particular order and are numbered for referencing purposes only.

Excerpt #1:
From https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fisk_Jubilee_Singers
"The Fisk Jubilee Singers are an African-American a cappella ensemble, consisting of students at Fisk University. The first group was organized in 1871 to tour and raise funds for college. Their early repertoire consisted mostly of traditional spirituals, but included some Stephen Foster songs. The original group toured along the Underground Railroad path in the United States, as well as performing in England and Europe. Later 19th-century groups also toured in Europe.

In 2002 the Library of Congress honored their 1909 recording of "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot" by adding it in the United States National Recording Registry.[1] In 2008 they were awarded a National Medal of Arts.

History
The Singers were organized as a fundraising effort for Fisk University. The historically black college in Nashville, Tennessee, was founded by the American Missionary Association and local supporters after the end of the American Civil War to educate freedmen and other young African Americans. The five-year-old university was facing serious financial difficulty. To avert bankruptcy and closure, Fisk's treasurer and music director, George L. White, a white Northern missionary dedicated to music and proving African Americans were the intellectual equals of whites,[2] gathered a nine-member student chorus, consisting of four black men … and five black women …. to go on tour to earn money for the university. On October 6, 1871, the group of students, consisting of two quartets and a pianist, started their U.S. tour under White's direction.[3] They first performed in Cincinnati, Ohio. Over the next 18 months, the group toured through Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Maryland, and Washington, D.C.[4]

[...]

The group traveled on to Columbus, where lack of funding, poor hotel conditions, and overall mistreatment from the press and audiences left them feeling tired and discouraged.

The group and their pastor, Henry Bennett, prayed about whether to continue with the tour. White went off to pray as well; he believed that they needed a name to capture audience attention. The next morning, he met with the singers and said "Children, it shall be Jubilee Singers in memory of the Jewish year of Jubilee."[2] This was a reference to Jubilee described in the book of Leviticus in the Bible. Each fiftieth Pentecost was followed by a "year of jubilee" in which all slaves would be set free.[3] Since most of the students at Fisk University and their families were newly freed slaves,[5] the name "Jubilee Singers" seemed fitting.

The Jubilee Singers' performances were a departure from the familiar "black minstrel" genre of white musicians' performing in blackface. One early review of the group's performance was headlined "Negro Minstrelsy in Church--Novel Religious Exercise," while further reviews highlighted the fact that this group of Negro minstrels were, oddly enough, "genuine negroes."[6] "Those who have only heard the burnt cork caricatures of negro minstrelsy have not the slightest conception of what it really is," Doug Seroff quotes one review of a concert by the group as saying.[7] This was not a uniquely American response to the group's performance, but was typical in audience receptions in Europe as well: "From the first the Jubilee music was more or less of a puzzle to the critics; and even among those who sympathised with their mission there was no little difference of opinion as to the artistic merit of their entertainments. Some could not understand the reason for enjoying so thoroughly as almost everyone did these simple unpretending songs."[8]

As the tour continued, audiences came to appreciate the singers' voices, and the group began to be praised. The Jubilee Singers are credited with the early popularization of the Negro spiritual tradition among white and northern audiences in the late 19th century; many were previously unaware of its existence.[9] At first the slave songs were never sung in public, according to Ella Sheppard; "they were sacred to our parents, who used them in their religious worship and shouted over them...It was only after many months that gradually our hearts were opened to the influence of these friends and we began to appreciate the wonderful beauty and power of our songs.[10] After the rough start, the first United States tours eventually earned $40,000 for Fisk University.[4][11]

[...]

In a tour of Great Britain and Europe in 1873, the group, by then with 11 members, performed "Steal Away to Jesus" and "Go Down, Moses" for Queen Victoria in April. They returned the following year, they sailed to Europe again, touring from May 1875 to July 1878. This tour raised an estimated $150,000 for the university, funds used to construct Fisk's first permanent building.[5] Named Jubilee Hall, the building was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1975 and still stands.[3][9][12].

The original Jubilee Singers disbanded in 1878 because of their grueling touring schedule.

[...]

The Jubilee Singers' performances were a departure from the familiar "black minstrel" genre of white musicians' performing in blackface. One early review of the group's performance was headlined "Negro Minstrelsy in Church--Novel Religious Exercise," while further reviews highlighted the fact that this group of Negro minstrels were, oddly enough, "genuine negroes."[6] "Those who have only heard the burnt cork caricatures of negro minstrelsy have not the slightest conception of what it really is," Doug Seroff quotes one review of a concert by the group as saying.[7] This was not a uniquely American response to the group's performance, but was typical in audience receptions in Europe as well: "From the first the Jubilee music was more or less of a puzzle to the critics; and even among those who sympathised with their mission there was no little difference of opinion as to the artistic merit of their entertainments. Some could not understand the reason for enjoying so thoroughly as almost everyone did these simple unpretending songs."[8]

As the tour continued, audiences came to appreciate the singers' voices, and the group began to be praised. The Jubilee Singers are credited with the early popularization of the Negro spiritual tradition among white and northern audiences in the late 19th century; many were previously unaware of its existence.[9] At first the slave songs were never sung in public, according to Ella Sheppard; "they were sacred to our parents, who used them in their religious worship and shouted over them...It was only after many months that gradually our hearts were opened to the influence of these friends and we began to appreciate the wonderful beauty and power of our songs.[10] After the rough start, the first United States tours eventually earned $40,000 for Fisk University.[4][11]"...

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Excerpt #2:
From http://www.buckschoral.org/news-and-archives/resources/spiritual-history/chapter-5/ "A History of the African-American Spiritual: How the African-American Spiritual has maintained its integrity in the face of major social and musical challenges"
[Based on an article by Thomas Lloyd published in the August 2004 issue of the Choral Journal of the American Choral Directors Association; all rights reserved.]
..."Seen in this context*, it was quite startling for white audiences to see on stage a group of nine former slaves, dressed not in the tatters of Jim Crow or the slick-city outfits of Zip Coon, but in simple, dignified suits and gowns, performing the spiritual songs of the slaves with a restraint, control, and expressive intensity that would take the audience’s breath away.”...
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"This context" probably refers to "black-face minstrelsy" as that is the focus of chapter 4 in this buckschoral.org series. Here's a link to that chapter: http://www.buckschoral.org/news-and-archives/resources/spiritual-history/chapter-4/ "Countering the images of black-face minstrelsy".

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Excerpt #3:
From https://pages.stolaf.edu/americanmusic/tag/fisk-jubilee-singers/ "African American Spirituals in post-slavery, pre-civil rights movement, America"
Posted on October 3, 2017 by Isaiah Pressman
..."the Fisk Jubilee Singers brought a style of singing and harmony to the white world that had been previously unknown and, in the process, won international fame for their university. While the Fisk Jubilee Singers were by not means the only African American musical ensemble singing spirituals,3 they are the most famous and remembered example to this day."...

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To provide a better research experience, the entire American Historical Periodicals collection (Series 1-6) has been integrated into Gale’s new Digital Scholar Lab. This integration allows researchers to apply natural language processing tools to raw text data (OCR) from the periodicals or Gale Primary Sources archives and perform textual analysis on large corpora of historical texts. Now researchers can analyze and explore historical text more interactively, generating new research insights and content sets not previously possible.

American Historical Periodicals from the American Antiquarian Society, Series 6 offers:

• nearly 200 newly digitized periodical titles, with more than 150 new to the program, providing researchers with expanded knowledge of American history.

• extended coverage and gap filling of 45 titles from Series 1-5, providing researchers with a more comprehensive history of American life.

• complementary access to more than 6 million pages of historical periodical content in Series 1-5 to U.S. and Canadian institutions that own a Gale Primary Resources archive.

• cross-searching and textual analysis with Gale’s Digital Scholar Lab and Gale Primary Sources, opening new research opportunities.

“American Historical Periodicals represents one of the most comprehensive libraries of American periodicals in the world,” said Seth Cayley, vice president of Gale Primary Sources. “Through our partnership with the American Antiquarian Society, Gale provides a unique documentary history of the American people and nation from the Colonial Era through to the Civil War, Reconstruction and the early 20th century.”

American Historical Periodicals from the American Antiquarian Society, Series 6 is currently available. Gale will showcase the new series at the Charleston Conference, November 6 in Charleston, South Carolina at Gale booth #141.

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          CORROSION OF CONFORMITY, CROWBAR And MOTHERSHIP To Team Up For North American Tour      Cache   Translate Page      
CORROSION OF CONFORMITY, CROWBAR and MOTHERSHIP will join forces for a North American tour in early 2019. WEEDEATER and THE OBSESSED will provide support on select dates. The details are as follows: With WEEDEATER: Jan. 19 - San Antonio, TX - Alamo City Music Hall Jan. 20 - Oklahoma City, OK - Diamond Ballroom Jan. 21 - Kansas City, MO - The Riot Room Jan. 22 - Denver, CO - Gothic Theatre Jan. 24 - Phoenix, AZ - Crescent Ballroom Jan. 25 - Las Vegas, NV - Fremont Country Club Jan. 26 - San Diego, CA - Brick By Brick Jan. 27 - Los Angeles, CA - Teragram Ballroom Jan. 29 - San Francisco, CA - Slim’s Jan. 31 - Portland, OR - Hawthorne Theatre Feb. 01 - Seattle, WA - Neumos Feb. 02 - Vancouver, BC - Rickshaw Theatre Feb. 04 - Edmonton, AB - Starlite Room Feb. 05 - Calgary, AB - Marquee Feb. 07 - Winnipeg, MB - Park Theatre Feb. 08 - Minneapolis, MN - Fine Line Feb. 09 - Chicago, IL - Bottom Lounge Feb. 10 - Flint, MI - Machine Shop Feb. 12 - Cleveland, OH - Beachland Ballroom Feb. 13 - New York, NY - The Gramercy Theatre With THE OBSESSED: Feb. 16 - Boston, MA - Brighton Music Hall Feb. 17 - Philadelphia, PA - Underground Arts Feb. 18 - Baltimore, MD - Ottobar Feb. 20 - Toronto, ON - Opera House Feb. 21 - Pittsburgh, PA - Mr. Smalls Theatre Feb. 22 - Raleigh, NC - Lincoln Theatre Feb. 23 - Atlanta, GA - The Masquerade Feb. 24 - Tampa, FL - Orpheum Feb. 26 - Pensacola, FL - Vinyl Music Hall Feb. 27 - Nashville, TN - The Cowan CORROSION OF CONFORMITY's latest album, "No Cross No Crown", came out in January via Nuclear Blast Entertainment. The LP is the group's first studio effort with guitarist/vocalist Pepper Keenan in more than a decade. "No Cross No Crown" was recorded in North Carolina with longtime producer John Custer. CORROSION OF CONFORMITY cut the disc in about forty days over the course of a year. CORROSION OF CONFORMITY guitarist Woody Weatherman told Guitar Interactive Magazine about "No Cross No Crown": "This record was approached a little differently than previous [albums]. We didn't spend a lot of… There was, like, no pre-production; we didn't have much of an idea of shit before we all showed up. It was, like, just… we showed up, [and] we'd do four- or five-day sessions." "As we were writing the songs, it started to take shape," Pepper added. "And once again, it was becoming something more than we… as a unit, it became bigger than the sum of its parts. And so once you get to that thing where it's in your head and you're consumed by it, if it ain't right, it's wrong. You've just gotta keep going at it." "There were several things that we threw in the trash," Woody continued. "We'd spend half a day on somebody's idea, and if it wasn't working after half a fucking day, throw it in the fucking trash and move to the next thing." Pepper went on to say that CORROSION OF CONFORMITY's music still sounds as valid today as it did when it was first recorded. "I think we can look back at C.O.C.'s career, you can look at [all the albums] and go… It sounds weird to say it, but they stand the test of time," he said. "And it's really important that it doesn't sound dated. I don't want it to sound like it's the new millennium or the '90s or whatever; it's gotta sound like… when you play it 20 years later, it still sounds correct." "It's been a conscious thought of ours for a long time," Woody added. "'Let's not make a record that sounds like it was made in 1991 or something. Although we're making a record in 1991, let's try not to do that. Let's make it sounds like it's…' Like Pep said, in 20 or 30 years, it still sounds relevant."
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          GOP keeps Senate control for 2 more years, triumph for Trump      Cache   Translate Page      

WASHINGTON — Republicans retained Senate control Tuesday with relatively little suspense, ousting Democratic incumbents in Indiana, North Dakota and Missouri and delivering a victory to President Donald Trump by preserving the chamber as a showplace for his conservative priorities for two more years.

To seal the win, the GOP drew on backing from hard-right voters in rural, deep-red states, where Trump's nativist, racially tinged rhetoric and insult-laden discourse were as stirring for conservatives as they were infuriating to liberals elsewhere.

"Donald Trump went out and worked his tail off," Sen. Cory Gardner, R-Colo., who heads the Senate GOP's campaign committee, said in an interview. He cited Trump rallies that drew thousands in crucial states during the campaign's closing weeks and added, "The president was THE factor."

Republicans retained seats in the South, Midwest and West and ensured at least a 51-49 Senate, the same as their current margin. With four races unresolved early Wednesday, Republicans stood a chance of expanding their majority with wins possible in Florida, Arizona, Nevada and Montana.

They paved their path to victory by defeating Democrats Joe Donnelly of Indiana, Heidi Heitkamp of North Dakota and Missouri's Claire McCaskill. They kept competitive seats in Texas, where Sen. Ted Cruz fended off Rep. Beto O'Rourke, the well-financed liberal darling, and Tennessee, where Rep. Marsha Blackburn prevailed.

Trump called Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., "to congratulate him on the historic Senate gains," White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders said. It was just the second midterm election in over three decades in which the party holding the White House gained seats.

The significance of the GOP's victory in the Senate, which the party has dominated for the past four years, was magnified because Democrats moved to the cusp of wresting House control from the Republicans. That would be a formula for two years of gridlock and positioning for the 2020 presidential and congressional elections.

It was also important because the Senate is where nominations are confirmed — including for Supreme Court justices and federal judges, a top GOP priority.

The GOP agenda includes tax and spending cuts, trade, immigration restrictions and curbs on Obama's health care law. Short of compromises, perhaps on infrastructure, its initiatives would go nowhere in the House.

Even passing many bills will be difficult for the Senate. The GOP will fall well short of the 60 votes needed to break through Democratic filibusters, procedural delays that kill legislation.

Though Republicans entered the night commanding the Senate only narrowly, a crucial piece of math worked in their favor: Democrats and their two independent allies defended 26 seats, Republicans just nine.

"Senate Democrats faced the most difficult political map in 60 years," Sen. Chris Van Hollen, D-Md., chairman of Senate Democrats' political arm, said in a statement. He lauded his party for winning at least half the 10 seats they were defending in states Trump carried in 2016 and for preventing Republicans from capturing a filibuster-proof majority.

Blackburn, a conservative and ardent Trump backer, defeated former Tennessee Gov. Phil Bredesen, 74. Bredesen had promised a bipartisan approach if elected and had won the endorsement of music star Taylor Swift.

Heitkamp lost to GOP Rep. Kevin Cramer, whom Trump persuaded to seek the Senate seat. Heitkamp was hurt late in her campaign by an ad that mistakenly named some women as victims of sexual abuse.

McCaskill was denied a third term by Josh Hawley, 38, Missouri's hard-right attorney general, who called McCaskill too liberal for the state.

Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin was re-elected in West Virginia, which Trump captured by 42 percentage points in 2016. Democratic incumbents also prevailed in Ohio, Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin, which Trump carried narrowly two years ago.

Tuesday's midterms were among the most bitter in years, with Trump stoking conservatives' fears of caravans of immigrants traversing Mexico and inaccurately painting Democrats as broadly striving to bring socialism to the U.S. He himself said the contest would be a referendum on his presidency.

Democrats hoped their supporters would surge to the polls. Fueling their intensity were Trump's anti-immigration stances, his efforts to dismantle health care protections enacted under President Barack Obama and the #MeToo movement's fury over sexual harassment.

"Ever since President Trump has been in office, it has just been not the country that I am used to or that I thought I would be in," said Sarah Roth, 22, a Democratic voter from Minnetonka, Minnesota. "And so this really was my opportunity to help this country in changing who is making the decisions."

AP VoteCast, a national survey of the electorate conducted by The Associated Press, highlighted Trump's impact on voters. Nearly 4 in 10 said they were casting ballots to express opposition to him, while just 1 in 4 said their vote was an expression of support.

"I believe he values immigration, but he wants to make sure we're safe," said Tina Newby of Wetland, Michigan, a GOP voter. "I like the fact that he is not a politician, and I forgive some of the socially incorrect or politically incorrect things that he says."

Vermont independent Sen. Bernie Sanders and Democrats Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, Kirsten Gillibrand of New York and Minnesota's Amy Klobuchar were easily re-elected. All three and Sherrod Brown, a pro-labor senator victorious in Ohio, are considered potential 2020 Democratic presidential contenders.

Democrat Sen. Bob Menendez won a third Senate term in New Jersey, despite a federal bribery indictment that prosecutors dropped this year after a mistrial.

Also victorious was Republican Mitt Romney, the vanquished 2012 GOP presidential candidate who grabbed an open Utah seat.

AP VoteCast is a nationwide survey of more than 120,000 voters and nonvoters conducted for the AP by NORC at the University of Chicago

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AP reporters Jeff Baenen in Minnetonka, Minnesota, and John Flesher in Traverse City, Michigan, contributed.

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          The Bitcoin Game #60: Dr. Adam Back Part 2 - Liquid      Cache   Translate Page      

Welcome to episode 60 of‚The Bitcoin Game, I'm Rob Mitchell. I'm happy to bring to you part two of my interview with Cypherpunk and CEO of Blockstream, Dr. Adam Back. In this episode, we take a deep dive into Liquid, Blockstream's new federated sidechain. There's a lot more to Liquid than I realized, and it's fascinating to hear tons of details about the protocol. I lead us astray with some of my questions, but Dr. Back never fails to drop tons of crypto-knowledge.

And if you missed the first part of my interview, give episode 59 a listen to hear a great Cypherpunk history lesson.


EPISODE LINKS

First half of our interview (The Bitcoin Game #59)
https://letstalkbitcoin.com/blog/post/the-bitcoin-game-59-dr-adam-back

Adam Back (Adam3us) on Twitter
https://twitter.com/adam3us

Dr. Back's Info Page
http://www.cypherspace.org/adam

Blockstream
https://blockstream.com

Lightning Network White Paper by Joseph Poon & Thaddeus Dryja
https://lightning.network/lightning-network-paper.pdf

Duplex Micropayment Channels by Christian Decker & Roger Wattenhofer
https://www.tik.ee.ethz.ch/file/716b955c130e6c703fac336ea17b1670/duplex-micropayment-channels.pdf

ETHZ (where Christian Decker earned his Bitcoin PhD)
https://www.ethz.ch/de.html

Rusty Russell
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rusty_Russell

C-Lightning
https://github.com/ElementsProject/lightning

Liquid
https://blockstream.com/liquid

Liquid Assets
https://blockstream.com/2018/07/02/liquid-issued-assets

Confidential Transactions
https://bitcoinmagazine.com/articles/confidential-transactions-how-hiding-transaction-amounts-increases-bitcoin-privacy-1464892525

ERC-20
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ERC-20

Counterparty
https://counterparty.io/docs/faq-xcp

UTXO
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unspent_transaction_output

Bulletproofs
https://crypto.stanford.edu/bulletproofshttps://eprint.iacr.org/2017/1066.pdf

Tether
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tether_(cryptocurrency)

Proof of Burn
https://www.coinbureau.com/education/proof-of-burn-explained

Public Key vs. Public Address
https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/3filud/whats_the_difference_between_public_key_and

Lamport Signatures
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lamport_signature

The Byzantine Generals Problem
https://people.eecs.berkeley.edu/~luca/cs174/byzantine.pdf

Schnorr Signatures
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schnorr_signature

ECDSA
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elliptic_Curve_Digital_Signature_Algorithm

Denial-of-Service Attack
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Denial-of-service_attack

Tor
https://www.torproject.org

Liquid Block Explorer
https://blockstream.com/2018/08/02/accelerating-liquid-adoption-liquid-block-explorer

NBitcoin by Nicolas Dorier
https://www.codeproject.com/Articles/768412/NBitcoin-The-most-complete-Bitcoin-port-Part-Crypt

Green Address Wallet
https://greenaddress.it

KYC Compliance
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Know_your_customer

Paul Sztorc talks about Sidechains, Drivechain, Liquid
https://letstalkbitcoin.com/blog/post/lets-talk-bitcoin-377-sidechains-drivechains-and-the-apple-store

RootStock
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RootStock

Spark Lightning Wallet by Nadav Ivgi
https://bitcoinmagazine.com/articles/spark-new-gui-lightning-wallet-bitcoin-now-available-download

Lightning Splice-In, Splice Out (and more)
https://medium.com/@pierre_rochard/day-2-of-the-chaincode-labs-lightning-residency-669aecab5f16

SPV Wallet
https://en.bitcoinwiki.org/wiki/Simplified_Payment_Verification

Neutrino Lite Bitcoin Client
https://github.com/lightninglabs/neutrino/blob/master/README.md

Lightning Watchtower
https://www.coindesk.com/laolu-building-watchtower-fight-bitcoin-lightning-fraud/

ABCore by Lawrence Nahum (BTC full node on Android)
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.greenaddress.abcore

Hardware Wallet
https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Hardware_wallet


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Josh McDaniels is no stranger to doing battle with Titans coach Mike Vrabel and defensive coordinator Dean Pees. Having matched wits with the Tennessee two, the Patriots offensive coordinator knows he’s in for a battle Sunday in Nashville.

“The No. 1 thing I can say about both of those guys and the way that this defense plays is that they’re well-coached, they’re very sound, they’re very physical and aggressive, which is something I think we always try to be here,” McDaniels said via conference call yesterday. “They don’t give up many big plays. They’re very, very good in the red zone — the best team in the league. They’ve given up the fewest points allowed in the league so far this season. All of that sounds familiar to me.”

The 4-4 Titans have surrendered 141 points. They’re also stingy in the red zone, allowing touchdowns just 31 percent of the time.

“They’ve got good players at all three levels of the defense, they know exactly what they’re doing, they put a lot of stress on the offense on all three downs — they don’t just wait for third down to do that — and they put their players in great position to be successful and do some things to try to take advantage of whatever scheme they’re playing against on the offensive side of the ball,” McDaniels said. “I have a tremendous amount of respect for Mike and Dean, their staff. They’ve certainly done a good job.”

Credit to O’Shea

How has Josh Gordon been able to pick up the Pats’ difficult system so quickly?

McDaniels credited the receiver, but also gave a huge assist to wide receivers coach Chad O’Shea.

“When you come in to a new place, kind of midstream, there’s no shortcuts to trying to learn the nuances and intricacies of somebody’s system. I think we just put our head down. He’s done a tremendous job of doing that. He tries to learn something new every day,” McDaniels said of Gordon. “Chad O’Shea deserves a tremendous amount of credit. He’s spent a lot of time with him. He’s done a tremendous job of getting him caught up as best we can. We’re still in the growing phase. I don’t think we’ve been together long enough to say that he has a foundation that’s just completely finished. We’re going to continue to work on that each week.

“He comes in each day, he tries to learn more and understand his role in the game plan and the things that we ask of him at each position that he plays. Like I said, Chad, he really deserves the credit for that because they worked really hard to do that. Ultimately, (Gordon’s) performance out there on the field — good, bad or indifferent — he’s learning from every rep that we take in practice and in the games. With all of those reps and all of that experience gained comes some confidence, and with confidence, I think you can improve your performance.”

Linebacker on way

The Pats are expected to sign veteran linebacker Albert McClellan, according to a source.

McClellan, one of the Ravens’ best special teams players. was cut last week to make room for former Packer Ty Montgomery.

 

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The complaints from Patriot Nation were loud, and started early last season. Some decisions in free agency didn’t sit well especially when it came to the Patriots top cornerback.

Why did the team give newcomer Stephon Gilmore big money and ignore Super Bowl hero Malcolm Butler, who was looking for an extension as a restricted free agent?

Let’s just say the move wasn’t met with overwhelming applause from the fandom, especially when Gilmore struggled early on.

The former Buffalo Bills Pro Bowler had his problems. He didn’t play like a top corner, certainly not like someone worthy of the five-year, $65 million contract the Patriots handed over the minute free agency opened.

Seeing how it’s all played out more than a year later, the Patriots look pretty shrewd right now.

Don’t they always?

They may have lost Butler in free agency, as he signed a five-year, $61 million deal with Tennessee, but the Patriots have a shutdown corner.

The Titans don’t.

Butler, who the Pats will see Sunday in Nashville, has had a tough year. He hasn’t played like an elite corner.

Pro Football Focus has Gilmore ranked the fifth-best cornerback in the league. Butler is No. 82.

Monday night’s game against the Cowboys couldn’t have been much worse for Butler, who was in coverage for both of Dallas’ scores in the Titans’ 28-14 win. He just can’t shake the touchdown bug as teams have been taking advantage of his aggressiveness. He jammed Amari Cooper at the line, but couldn’t stay with him on the receiver’s 11-yard touchdown. Allen Hurns also beat him on a double move.

The numbers weren’t pretty. Butler allowed eight completions on 11 targets for 108 yards and two TDs. Is that a No. 1 corner? Overall, he’s allowed 39 catches for 618 yards and seven touchdowns this season. All three marks are league highs among cornerbacks according to Pro Football Focus.

Gilmore hasn’t had quite the same issues when playing in man coverage. He’s been a stud.

In the last four games, Gilmore has allowed just seven catches on 20 targets for 86 yards and no touchdowns with four pass breakups. He’s largely neutralized Sammy Watkins, Allen Robinson and Kelvin Benjamin before silencing Davante Adams Sunday night.

He didn’t shadow Adams on every snap, with several Pats defenders joining in, but the Green Bay receiver, who basically boasted that he was “unguardable” heading into the game, learned right away Gilmore was up to the challenge.

On the Packers first drive, Gilmore broke up a pass intended for Adams in the end zone. That set the tone and sent a message.

“I didn’t like what he said earlier in the week,” Gilmore said. “I kind of took it personal a little bit.”

The best players tend to make others eat their words.

Former NFL coach Rex Ryan also took note. He was impressed with Gilmore Sunday night.

“Now that’s what a No. 1 corner looks like. And Bill Belichick took advantage of it, he matched him up, like I used to match up (Darrelle) Revis, against the best receiver, Davante Adams,” Ryan gushed on ESPN Monday. “He was able to roll his coverage to the second or third option of Aaron Rodgers, and say, ‘Go ahead, you got one-on-one out there if you want it.’ But that’s how good Stephon Gilmore’s playing.”

After surpassing 130 receiving yards in each of the Packers’ previous three games, Adams was held to just 40 yards on six catches in the 31-17 loss to the Pats.

SiriusXM NFL commentator Solomon Wilcots believes it was just a matter of Gilmore adjusting. Now he’s taken off.

“This is the player we all thought he could be. This is the player he was in Buffalo, he just wasn’t in as meaningful games, or meaningful moments, like what you’re seeing now. I think people kind of over-blew the slow start he got off to last year,” Wilcots said. “Clearly, when you come into that organization, there’s going to be some growing pains. But what you see now, he’s more comfortable, he’s very certain in the things he’s doing, not just technique, but the communication as well.”

Butler? He hasn’t been the same since the Super Bowl loss to the Eagles, when Belichick inexplicably kept him on the sideline the entire game for reasons known only to the Hoodie.

Sure, the Pats were right for paying Gilmore over Butler. It still doesn’t excuse the Super Bowl decision.

Titans coach Mike Vrabel said during his press conference yesterday Butler was working through “technique” issues. He also stressed Butler wasn’t in danger of losing his starting job. He won’t be benched for the Patriots game.

“Look, I’ve seen bad cornerback play,” Wilcots said. “That wasn’t bad cornerback play by Malcolm (Monday) night. That was just a guy who was overaggressive, and they got the book on him, and they used it. The book is, he’s overaggressive, and double moves work on him . . . he doesn’t have guys just running by him. Now, (the Rams) Marcus Peters, that’s playing horrible. He gave up 211 yards to (the Saints’) Mike Thomas the other day. That’s bad cornerback play right there.”

In Foxboro, with Gilmore, there are no worries. He’s simply the definition of good cornerback play.

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You'll have a hard time finding a better place to raise your current or future children than this good-natured city. It's a safe environment filled with upright people and lots of things to do, both for you and your kids. Despite the “Nash-vegas” image put forth in recent years by Nashville's tourist department, this city remains one of the last bastions of pure Southern values. Referred to by many as the Protestant Vatican of the world, Nashville has more churches per capita than any other city in the United States; it's chock-full of God-fearing, neighbor loving people with an infectiously hospitable attitude. It's just plain difficult to be unhappy with so many satisfied people surrounding you. Most big cities leave you with a sense of distant apathy after awhile, but not Nashville, Tennessee. Far from it. In addition to being a family friendly environment, Nashville offers a plethora of activities for you and your kids to do together. In downtown Nashville alone, you can find the city zoo (which is a full day's worth of fun), the Adventure Science Center and the Cheekwood Botanical Gardens. If that's not enough, within walking distance of downtown Nashville there are multiple parks – all well taken care of and very safe – and lots of family-friendly live music venues, too. There's no shortage of activities to keep your kids entertained. Ultimately, any future parents would be hard-pressed to find a better place to raise a family than Nashville. It's safe, it's friendly and it's fun. Plus, we all know that raising a family is a costly endeavor; Nashville is a buyer's market right now, although it might not stay that way for long. There's been lots of new construction in the past couple years which has driven home-value down, however new home construction has slowed and the market has already begun to steady – It's the perfect time to take your family to Nashville, Tennessee Create Your Own Adventure in Music City Nashville, Tennessee is a popular destination, and as such offers many activities for those exploring the area.Families who need to wind down may choose to lunch or play in one of the many parks of Nashville, including The Warner Parks in West Nashville, Centennial Park featuring The Parthenon or Eastland Park in East Nashville which hosts special events and has a number of playgrounds. Many of these parks are free or low-cost are easily accessible. With the musical attractions, historical appeal and outdoor activity, it is no wonder that Nashville continues to draw visitors annually. Start exploring these fun suggestions and make the most of a free day or weekend in Music City.
          Jason Sparks Live: Logan Carter Fucks Riley Ross in ‘Bareback in Atlanta, Part 1’      Cache   Translate Page      

Bareback in Atlanta, Part One (Logan Carter Fucks Riley Ross) at Jason Sparks Live

Logan Carter can hardly contain himself when he sees Riley Ross's perfect bubble butt in his black jockstrap.

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          Mazie Will Forever Remember ‘These Days’ with Rascal Flatts Wish from Kids Wish Network      Cache   Translate Page      

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (November 2018): Mazie Bunn has Chiari malformation, Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome and epilepsy. Mazie loves country music and wanted to experience Nashville. Kids Wish Network, a children’s charity that grants wishes for kids with life-threatening...

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          (Nashville) COLLECTIBLE GRENDEL P30 - $ 550      Cache   Translate Page      
I am thinning the collection a little bit.  This is a Grendel P30 chambered in 22 magnum.  These pistols were made from 1990-1994 by George Kellgren under the company name Grendel Inc.

This was the prototype design to the current Kel-Tec PMR-30.  These are few and far between, and it makes a great addition to anybody who likes to collect rare / unique firearms.

If you read the reviews and commentary on this platform, there were many made that did not cycle properly from the factory.  This one funtions very well and will cyle the full 30 round magazine with no issues.

The weapon is in great shape, comes with four (4) magazines (30 round capacity), and the original hard case.  These magizines are VERY hard to find, and sell for $90-$110 each.

I will not ship the weapon.
You must be legal to own a firearm.
You must be a TN resident.

If you have questions, or would like additional pictures, please contact me.
          We Buy House Nashville Property Investment Firm Updates Website      Cache   Translate Page      
Sell My Nashville House offers reduced hassle for sellers on their updated website. The buyers deal with authorities, attorneys and do the paperwork.
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Marina Douse Nashville 40, 31-Oct, Pray Funeral Home.
          Korean Air expands Delta codeshare network in S19      Cache   Translate Page      

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
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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
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Minneapolis/St. Paul – Charlotte
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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
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          Melissa Schott Returns To Indiana      Cache   Translate Page      

Magic Thread Cabaret is proud to welcome back to Indiana for its final act of the 2017-18 season a shining star of New York City and beyond, dancer-singer-actress-choreographer Melissa Schott. The accomplished young artist will present her own cabaret November 16-18, "Melissa Schott: The Key of Me," at The Cat Theatre in Carmel the weekend before Thanksgiving.

Schott brings a blend of pop, Broadway and folk to her cabaret, making "you feel like she's singing it just for you," according to Indiana Auditions. You will spot Schott playing a waitress in the next season of Amazon's "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel." The New Palestine, Indiana native has toured nationally with Cirque du Soleil's "Banana Shpeel," performed as a soloist across the U.S. and Canada in the symphony pops concert "Classic FM" and was a member of the national company of "Irving Berlin's White Christmas" at Detroit's Fox Theatre. She was invited to perform as a featured soloist at the Adrienne Arsht Center's 11th Annual Gala, A Celebration of Women in the Arts, alongside Chita Rivera, Rita Moreno, Vanessa Williams and Gloria Estefan, the latter of whom remarked "I wish I could tap like that. It would be a dream!" Schott is an award-winning choreographer and currently teaches tap at Broadway Dance Center in the heart of Times Square in New York.

Schott will be accompanied by her music director Scott Harris on piano. Born and raised in Toledo, Ohio, Harris graduated from Belmont University with a degree in composition and

arranging and has made a living in Nashville's vibrant music scene as an arranger, orchestrator, producer, publisher, and multi-instrumentalist. In 2016, Harris was recruited to run A&R and music publishing for the Barbershop Harmony Society. He works with the artform's top arrangers from all over the world to create and produce new four-part a cappella arrangements for quartets and choruses and also curates the society's 80-year catalog of songs arranged in the barbershop style.

"Melissa Schott: The Key of Me" will run November 16 & 17 at 7:30 p.m. and November 18 at 4:00 p.m. at The Cat Theatre, 254 Veterans Way, Carmel, Indiana 46032. Tickets are $35 and $25 and reflect seating options and are available online at www.magicthreadcabaret.com, by calling 800-838-3006 or at the door. Cash beer and wine bar and snacks are available.

Dustin Klein and Tom Alvarez of Klein & Alvarez Productions, LLC most recently produced "Broadway's Leading Ladies: A Tribute" for the IndyFringe Festival in August, 2018. It was the top-selling show at its venue and the second highest-selling show of the entire festival. The producing partners were also behind the best-selling show of IndyFringe Festival 2016, "Calder, The Musical," which they turned into a full-length production that made its debut in January 2017 to packed houses in Indianapolis. The musical won two Mitty Awards for "Most Impressive Original Production" and "Most Impressive Set Design."

In November 2017, Klein and Alvarez debuted Magic Thread Cabaret, a nonprofit venture with the goal of "Connecting Songs to the Soul." The series is made possible by a generous $10,000 gift from arts patrons and philanthropists Marianne Glick and Mike Woods. It is fiscally sponsored by Fractured Atlas, the New York-based nonprofit technology company that provides business tools for artists. Other sponsors include Frank and Katrina Basile, Terry and Louise Lingner, Christina Kite, Noble Consulting, Diane Meyer Simon, Rachel Simon, BMO Harris Bank, Nancy Landman and Jeri Starbuck. Current Publishing is the media sponsor.


          Dentist - Part Time - Neighborhood Health - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page      
Neighborhood Health now seeks a Part-time Dentist. The Dentist provides dental health care to eligible individuals, and assists the Dental Director in the...
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          Registered Nurse PRN (As Needed) ~ Oral Surgery - Vanderbilt University Medical Center - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page      
Our experienced dentists and oral surgeons offer everything from general dentistry to complex surgeries and reconstruction....
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          Registered Nurse - Youth Opportunity Investments, LLC - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page      
Contracted Designated Health Providers (e.g., Doctors, Dentists, Mental Health Professionals). Provides clients with quality professional health services;...
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          Dental Assistant PRN (As Needed) ~ Dental Clinic - Vanderbilt University Medical Center - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page      
At any stage of life, it's important to practice good oral hygiene and visit your dentist regularly. Our experienced dentists and oral surgeons offer everything...
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          Oral Surgeon - ETS Dental - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page      
Dds dmd dental medicine dentistry dentist dent doctor dr dentist dent doctor dr. If you are now or will be seeking an opportunity as a Dentist or Specialist,...
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          Associate Dentist - Pacific Dental Services - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page      
Now is the time to join Dentists of Bellevue. The average full-time PDS-supported Associate Dentist earns $160,000 in their first year.... $160,000 a year
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          Associate Dentist - ETS Dental - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page      
Work with a renowned Holistic Dentist. ETS Dental recruits Dentists, Dental Specialists and Dental staff for top practices across the country....
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          General Dentist - Marquee Dental Partners - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page      
General Dentist needed for a NEW PRACTICE opening in East Nashville!!! Excellent Earning Potential. Marquee Dental Partners is a premier dental group dedicated...
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          General Dentist - Affordable Dental Inc - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page      
Prosperous dental office looking for full-time and part time dentist. Attractive reimbursement rate that is competitive....
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          Expanded Function Registered Dental Assistant 2 (EFDA) 4 Day Workweek (Tuesday - Friday 6:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.) ~ Dental Clinic - Vanderbilt University Medical Center - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page      
Our experienced dentists and oral surgeons offer everything from general dentistry to complex surgeries and reconstruction....
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          Medical Claims Manager - Lucent Health - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page      
Lucent Health Solutions, Inc. Internet and email, copy and fax machines, postage meter and telephone *.*....
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          General Dentist - Smith Dental Care - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page      
General dentist needed guarantee of 1200 a day. Busy, private practice with more than enough patients to stay busy.... $1,000 - $1,200 a day
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          Dental Assistant - Meharry Medical College - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page      
As an integral part of our clinical team, Dental Assistants are responsible for assisting the dentist(s), dental hygienist(s), dental therapist/advanced...
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          4th Annual Scott Baio Celebrity Charity Golf Event for Bailey Baio Angel Foundation      Cache   Translate Page      

The Bailey Baio Angel Foundation, a 501c3 non-profit charity dedicated to providing support to the children and families affected by metabolic immune disorders, announced that it’s 4th Annual Scott Baio Celebrity Charity Golf Tournament held, Monday, October 15th, at the Woodland Hills Country Club in Woodland Hills, California was a sold out event that exceeded fundraising expectations.

Renee Baio, President of Bailey Baio Angel Foundation, and Scott Baio
Renee Baio, President of Bailey Baio Angel Foundation, and Scott Baio

“This is more than a fundraising event, it is an opportunity for us to meet and introduce the families we support. We have raised significant funds and awareness,” said Renee Baio, Founder, and President of the foundation. She added, “With this support, we have been able to provide low-protein formula and medical supplies to help these children affected with this metabolic disorder.”

This event is the foundation’s largest fundraiser with all proceeds directly benefiting efforts to assist children and families impacted by metabolic immune disorder.

Megan Norman, Vice President of BBAF, reports, “It was another successful tournament with over 160 golfers participating.” Norman continued, “the goal is to help these kids and their families and continue to partner with incredible sponsors wanting to make a real difference.”

The foundation welcomes all businesses, organizations and individuals across the country to participate in and sponsor this event. The golf tournament is the largest golf event of the year for the Woodland Hills Country Club and is increasing in popularity every year.

Some of the esteemed celebrity guests included Curt Schilling, Robert Hays, Adam Baldwin, Kristy Swanson, Todd Bridges, Ted McGinley, Michael Reagan, Martin Klebba, and Richard Karnes, with comedians K-von and Frank Lucero, and celebrity auctioneer Don Dotson of A&E’s Storage Wars.

Silent Auction items included Curt Schilling’s cleats worn in the World Series, a guitar signed by Kenny Chesney, Jack Nicklaus’ golf shoes, and the art of Salvador Dali (Lincoln in Dalivision).
Sponsors included: Farmer’s Insurance, Chick-Fil-A of West Hills, Image Quest of Nashville, TN, with title sponsor, My Pillow.

The 10th hole tournament tastings were provided by Elite Beverage International’s Tequila Comisario and Bad Ash Cigar Company of Woodland Hills.

From: http://www.looktothestars.org/news/18454-4th-annual-scott-baio-celebrity-charity-golf-event-for-bailey-baio-angel-foundation

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          Field Access Specialist - Publicis Touchpoint Solutions - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page      
Regeneron has been helping improve patients’ lives for more than 25 years and the FAS will be an integral part of this....
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          This startup will deliver your favorite sandwich from anywhere on Earth      Cache   Translate Page      

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Joe Ariel was a New York kid who ended up in the South, attending Vanderbilt University studying economics. The esteemed college’s meal plan was downright inedible. So he did what any irresponsible young foodie would do: He explored the cuisine of Nashville on his credit card.

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          UNA Women Make History, Beat Vanderbilt 74-71      Cache   Translate Page      
NASHVILLE, Tenn., – The UNA Women’s Basketball team made history immediately after stepping on the court at Memorial Gymnasium at Vanderbilt University. This marked the first game as a division one program for the Lions. UNA was an underdog in this game, facing off against the Commodores out of the SEC, but when the final buzzer sounded, the Lions were underdogs no more. Not only did they play their first game as a division one program, but they got their […]
          Administrative Coordinator - EnerSys Delaware Inc. - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page      
Summary: We are currently seeking a Clerical Service Coordinator to work at one of our field locations. The responsibilities include supporting our field...
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          11-6-18 Cam Janssen Show Segment 2      Cache   Translate Page      
Cam Janssen, Brock Wilson and Hanna Yates talk about what's happening around the NHL, including Jacksonville Jaguars cornerback Jalen Ramsey attending a Nashville Predators game. The trio discusses how St. Louis Blues coach Mike Yeo is on the hot seat.  Brock also has fun with the idea of former Blues coach Joel Quenneville coming back to St. Louis.
          What we learned: Music City frustration      Cache   Translate Page      

The Boston Bruins had one thing going for them Saturday night: Jaroslav Halak. Aside from that fantastic 39-save outing from the journeyman goaltender, the Bruins had one frustrating night against the league-leading Nashville Predators. Questionable officiating? Check. A powerless man advantage? Check. Making Pekka Rinne’s 36th birthday an eventful one? Check. More passengers than leaders? […]

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          Information Governance Analyst - HealthTrust - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page      
Train and mentor Stewards on process and tools for CBL. Deliver monthly reports to track CBL development progress based on completion and publication...
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          Administrative Coordinator - EnerSys Delaware Inc. - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page      
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          What's on the Council agenda for November 6th: Increasing the pay for Metro Council members, regulating dog kennels out of business, selling bonds for projects not in the CIB, changing the zoning of Monroe Harding Children's Home.      Cache   Translate Page      
by Rod Williams - The Metro Council will meet Tuesday, November 6th at 6:30 PM in the Council chamber at the Metro Courthouse. Here is a link to the Council agenda and the staff analysis for those who want to watch the Council meeting and follow along. If you are going to watch it, it is somewhat less boring if you have the agenda and agenda analysis.  You  don't have to watch it and yet you can still me informed. I will watch it for you and then a couple days later post a summary of the most important Council actions and a video of the meeting. Below is a summary of the agenda, highlighting what I deem to be the most important items.

There are four mayoral appointments to boards and Commission on the agenda for Council confirmation but none are to  the troubled commissions. The Council rarely rejects a mayoral appointee.

Public Hearing: There are 30 bills on Public Hearing. Bills on public hearing are usually to rezone a particular piece of property or to change the text of zoning code.   I do not even attempt to understand the pros and cons of every zoning bill and they generally bore me and are of interest to only the people in the immediate vicinity of the rezoning. At public hearings almost all opposition come down to (1) concern about traffic, (2) water runoff and potential for flooding, (3) overcrowding of local schools and impact on infrastructure, (4) detrimentally changing the character of the neighborhood. You will hear the same agreements over and over. I am only pointing out the bills that I think will have an impact beyond the immediate neighborhood or for some other reason are of interest.
Bill BL2018-1370  is a disapproved rezoning bill in Councilman Russ Pulley's district to rezone the property of Monroe Harding Children’s Home. It would rezone "from from R20 to SP zoning on property located at 1120 Glendale Lane, at the northwest corner of Glendale Lane and Scenic Drive, (19.87 acres), to permit 31 single-family lots or a community education use of up to 200 persons, a religious institution, an orphanage, or a day care center (over 75). This may constitute an attempted "taking" of property, or it may not. I know there has been concern in the community that a large number of home could be build on what is now green space.  Monroe Harding needs the proceeds from the sale to expand and relocate.  I don't know if this bill is the result of a compromise that Monroe Harding is agreeing to or an attempt to take away their property rights. Being a bill disapproved by the Planning Commission this can pass second reading by a simple majority of those voting but will require 27 votes to pass Third Reading. If anyone has insight as to the status of the Monroe Harding controversy, please contact me and share the information. Write me at Rodwilliams47@yahoo.com.

Bill BL2018-1371 regards dog kennels and and stables. There are several things
wrong with this bill. It would establish a minimum of ten acres to have a stable or kennel. That is a high threshold.  You cannot find ten acres in Davidson County on which it would be economically feasible to use as a kennel.   Also there is no logic as to why ten acres should be necessary.  People need kennels near them, not way out in the country. This would curtail a service that people need. Another, more significant problem, is that it defines kennels as "an establishment for the breeding of dogs."  That is not the customary definition of "kennel."  If the intent of this was to make it only apply to kennels that breed dogs as opposed to boarding kennels, then the wording should be different. Are boarding kennels called something different in the code and defined?  What would be the effect of narrowly defining kennels as places to breed dogs? Could other boarding kennels continue? Why is this even needed? If noise is the problem, that can be addressed with the existing noise ordinance. In any event this bill has not yet gone to the Planning Commission and must be deferred one meeting.  Maybe it will be amended or the sponsor can be persuaded to withdraw it. As written it needs to be defeated.
There are 30 resolutions all of which are on the consent agenda. A resolution is on the consent agenda if it passed the committees to which it was assigned unanimously. Since the committees have not met yet, some resolutions which are listed as on the consent agenda may not be on the consent agenda when the council meets. Bills on the consent agenda are usually not controversial and tend to be routine matters, such as accepting grants from the Federal or State Government or authorizing the Department of Law to settle claims against the city or appropriating money from the 4% fund. However, some atrocious memorializing resolutions that were on the consent agenda have been approved from time to time. Resolutions on the consent agenda are passed by a single vote of the Council rather than being considered individually. Any member of the body may have a bill pulled off of the consent agenda. Below are the ones on interest.
Resolution RS2018-1395   would appropriate $360,000.00 from the General Fund Reserve Fund for the purchase of equipment for the Nashville Fire Department. The only reason I am calling attention to this resolution is because it was previously deferred indefinitly and is now back on the agenda. There must be a problem with or opposition to this ordinance or it would not have been previously deferred indefinitely.  If is my understanding that the Fire Department is in need of this. It has not yet been acted upon by the Budget and Finance Committee.

Resolution RS2018-1430   This is non-binding but would request the Civil Service Commission to increase the salary of the council members from $15,000 to $23,100 and the salary of he Vice Mayor from $17,000 to $25,230.  The council cannot increase their own salary so this would take effect when the new council is seated.  Since the city was unable to honor a promised cost of living salary increase for Metro employees, I do not think the salary of the Council should be increased at this time.  Also, the amount of increase seems excessive. I do not know how long it has been since the council had a pay raise however and how much councilmen in other cities earn.  With a forty-member council, our council members should not earn as much as a comparably sized city with a twelve-member council, in my view.

Resolution RS2018-1455  would approve the issuance of $25 million in General Obligation bonds to fund certain projects.  Some of the projects are not listed in the Capital Improvements Budget adopted by the Council. The Council cannot approve funding of projects not in the CIB. The CIB can be amended however, but that would take a separate action so this will likely be deferred.

Resolution RS2018-1462   would approve a sole-source contract for $455,000 with Benchmark Analytics to provide certain services.  It may be that this firm is the only firm that can provide the services the city needs.  I hope the Budget and Finance Committee looks at this very carefully to determine that the specs were not written in such a way as to make Benchmark the only company that could supply the services and to insure that they really are the only firm providing the desired services. I tend to be skeptical of sole-source contracts. 
Bills on Second Reading:  There are 12. This is the only one of interest.
Bill BL2018-1334 tweaks the  ticket tax for the Major League Soccer Stadium. I don't expect this to generate controversy, but it might. This would raise the overall price of attending a game and may suppress attendance. This was on the agenda on Second Reading last meeting and deferred to this meeting.
Bills on Third Reading:  There are 17. Here are the ones of interest.
Bill BL2018-1281 (as amended) would require all metro employees and contractors doing business with Metro with contracts of over $500,000, to take a sexual harassment training.  It may be contrary to a state law that prohibits cities from imposing additional requirements on state licensed firms, This has been twerked from when first introduced. Metro would not be doing the training so the companies would do it for their own employees and certify that they had done so.  So, Human Resources is now saying the cost of this would be negligible. The bill does not dictate the extend of the training so it may not amount to much. This was on Second Reading Council meeting before last and deferred a meeting. Last meeting it passed Second on a voice vote. I have no problem with this bill as amended. The issue of imposing additional requirement contrary to state law is probably not a problem since I doubt any company would object given that they do their own training. So, this accomplishes little and cost little. It won't  hurt if it passes.

Bill BL2018-1316 would establish screening requirements and standards for waste
dumpsters. This is great for those of us who have to walk or drive by unsightly dumpsters but will add expense for entrepreneurs wanting to start a new business.  Well intention measures like this drive gentrification by making it difficult for poor neighborhoods to exist and if all parts of the town are aesthetically pleasing to middle class taste, you price poor people out of their neighborhoods and this leads to loss of affordable housing and makes it harder for struggling entrepreneurs to start new businesses. You cannot have a lot of affordable housing without affordable neighborhoods and affordable neighborhoods may have unscreened dumpsters behind tire shops. You can't still have affordable neighborhoods and expect every neighborhood to look like Green Hills. This passes with no discussion before and it probably will again, but I oppose it.

Bill BL2018-1329 establishes some rules for the residential parking permit (RPP) program. Some residential areas near popular commercial area have had a problem with parking. Visitors to the nearby commercial establishments have been taking all of the parking on neighboring streets and residents who rely on on-street parking can not park on their own street. This permit system attempts to solve that by allowing only cars with permits to park on that street. If however you want to have guest for a baby shower or family dinner, it means they would be illegally parking on your street. Residents could purchase two guest permits good for a year. While this RPP system is new to Nashville it is common in lots of larger urban areas. No doubt this policy will be tweaked from time to time.
To watch the Council meeting, you can go to the courthouse and watch the meeting in person, or you can watch the broadcast live at Metro Nashville Network's Government TV on Nashville's Comcast Channel 3 and AT&T's U-verse 99 and it is streamed live at the Metro Nashville Network's livestream site. You can catch the meeting the next day (or the day after the next) on the MetroYouTube channel.   If can stand the suspense and just wait, I will post the video here the day after or the day after that and provide commentary.


          Save Church Street Park      Cache   Translate Page      
by Councilman Angie Henderson, Reposted from Facebook
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  If you care about the standards Nashville sets for swapping, selling, or renting your public park land for private, profit-making purposes, please follow this matter closely and share with fellow lovers of parks. If you were interested or engaged in the Fort Negley/Greer Stadium/Cloud Hill debate, you should be engaged in this matter too.

Ask yourself what has been the catalyst for these two recent contentious conversations about our parks? 
#1.  A developer has an idea/desire and goes to the Mayor’s Office where the developer finds a willing ear and a pride and penchant for deal making. The developer and the Mayor’s Office compile a complex package with several community benefits, which obfuscate the deal’s core flaws and make it appealing to a variety of constituencies. After everything has been worked out to the maximum benefit of the developer, they trot the deal out for some token “community engagement.” As I said regarding the Cloud Hill proposal, this approach to community planning is top-down and backwards. Smoke and mirrors. Again. 

The recent Plan to Play Master Plan calls for MORE park space and pocket parks in the downtown core. Swapping this lone park, ideally located right across from our beautiful downtown library, for an awkward parcel on James Robertson Parkway with high traffic volume, high speeds, next to a traffic island and a parking garage, one building away from the bus station, at a major intersection and immediately adjacent to the already sizable and successful Public Square Park, is NOT a gain or even a balanced swap. It is a loss for Church Street, the core of downtown, which is already lacking green space, and for Nashville’s future.

Church Street Park has several problems and challenges today. A group of homeless persons spend the majority of their day in the park and thus in the absence of intention, vision and planning, the park has been allowed to languish rather than being elevated into the gem that it can and should be for everyone who lives and works nearby. Every major city has homeless persons, and every major city has pocket parks. We are not unique. If we truly want to make this a great park, we can. Not saying it’s easy, but it’s the right thing to do.

With the passage of the proposal before the Parks Board, Church Street Park will cease to exist and become another Giarratana high-rise tower. To soften this blow, it is proposed that he would contribute funds and design for the adjacent street to become an enhanced, park-like streetscape. I’m sure that would be lovely, but we don’t have to swap the park to create that. Just like we don’t have to swap the park to design and build supportive housing for the homeless on 2nd Avenue North that the city already owns.

This “swap” is a bad deal. I urge you to speak up to the Parks Board to oppose it, if you agree. Don’t hesitate to contact me, if you’d like to discuss or learn more. Please follow the provided link to read deal-related documents and be sure to send an email asap to metroparks@nashville.gov and councilmembers@nashville.gov. The developer’s team has already set up an automated email to encourage support of the land swap. It is important that you lend your voice as well.

The public hearing on Oct 22 at 6:00 PM is specially called, and the Parks Board will deliberate and vote on the matter at their regular noon meeting on November 6. Don’t delay! Your participation is needed to #SaveChurchStreetPark. Please share this post!

Rod's Comment: I support saving Church Street Park.  As Councilman Henderson points out, the reason behind this proposed swap is that the Church Street Park has been taken over by the homeless. The park is not a pleasant place to sit and enjoy the outdoors.  If not for the homeless takeover, it could be.  If you are not familiar with the park, it is directly across the street from the stately downtown public library. It has a nice fountain and the back wall of the park features a large interesting mural.  

I don't know the limits of policing authority to curtail the homeless residency in the park but surely
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there is something that can be done to reclaim the park for public use. It seems to me that the park could restrict homeless use by prohibiting overnight sleeping in the park, perhaps closing the park from  12 AM to 6 AM and posting and enforcing a "Keep Off the Grass" rule.  Rules against alcohol consumption and other violations could be enforced. In any event, it should not be the policy of the city to close a park and develop the land, just because it is being used by the homeless. There has to be a better solution.  Cities in which people live need green space. 


Also, we cannot just surrender public places to the homeless.  The grand public library is frequented by the homeless who sit in the reading room and who use the public restroom.  Should we close the library? 

Ms Henderson is also right about the deal.  Even if the city deemed it a good policy to close the park, it should be closed and the site developed in an open transparent process not by means of a backroom sweetheart deal. 


Since Ms Henderson posted the above to her Facebook page, the Metro Parks board's acquisition committee, in a tie vote, voted 3-3 on recommending approval of the Church Street land swap deal. Mayor Briley appeared before the Committee speaking in favor of the deal as did the district Councilman Freddie O'Connell.  Councilman Angie Henderson spoke against it. This coming Tuesday, the full seven-member Park Board will take up the issue. The Committee's vote will not be binding but would carry considerable weight with members of the Metro Council who ultimately will decide the issue.

To learn more about the issue and the details of the land swap, read the Tennessean's coverage at this link.  If anyone is inclined to appear at the Park Board meeting, the board meets at 12:00 p.m., on the first Tuesday of each month at the Parks Headquarters, 2565 Park Plaza. The next meeting at which time the Board is taking up this issue is November 6th. There is not a public hearing on the issue but sometimes the presence of members of the public at an event can impact a body's decision. I have not seen any public call for supporters of the Park to attend the Board meeting. 

If you are inclined to communicate your position on the closing of Church Street Park to a Park Board member, follow this link for a list of members and their contact information. To contact all of the Park Board members as well as Metro Parks staff send email to metroparks@nashville.gov. It is also important to let members of the Council know of your concern. To email all of the Council members in one email, email to councilmembers@nashville.gov.

          Blackhawks fire head coach Joel Quenneville      Cache   Translate Page      
Blackhawks management introduces new Head Coach Jeremy Colliton CHICAGO — The Chicago Blackhawks fired coach Joel Quenneville on Tuesday, ending a wildly successful run that produced three Stanley Cup titles and returned the franchise to the top of the NHL after years of heartache. The trouble for Quenneville began when Chicago was swept by Nashville in the first round of the 2017 playoffs after the Blackhawks finished with the best record in the Western Conference. Then they missed the playoffs […]
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NASHVILLE, Tenn., Nov. 7, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Captain D's, the nation's leading fast-casual seafood restaurant, announced today that the company's 2018 Pride Cup has been awarded to John Parris, the general manager of the Calhoun, Georgia, Captain D's and his team in recognition of their ...


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Edwin Nashville Red Listed Selvage Denim - Unwashed

Edwin Nashville Red Listed Selvage Denim - Unwashed

Stylist Notes Established in Japan 1947, Edwin is an authentic denim brand priding itself on innovation and craftsmanship, utilising exclusive fabrics and fabrication, unique technology, hand wash processes, and continual progression in design and fit. The Nashville is a true classic. Once an integral part of the Japanese collection the Nashville has remained unchanged over the past 20 years. Designed to be worn high on the hips as a traditional straight leg model with a high rise it offers a longer measurement than the standard of 86.5 cm for selvage denim jeans. This allows the jeans to be cuffed (turned up) in order to show the selvage finish without reducing the intended length of the jeans. Also of benefit when re-tailoring the pant without interfering with the cut of the jeans this jean is the prefect item for denim purists and for those who like to wear a traditional cut of denim.


          Attention Tennessee Small Businesses-Free Training Opportunities      Cache   Translate Page      

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SBA Training Opportunities for Tennessee Entrepreneurs 


In Person

Thursday, November 8, 2018, 9:00 a.m., Gallatin, Quit Wasting Your Will Power and Get More Done

Quit Wasting Your Will Power and Get More Done! Workshop held by Volunteer State Community College's Tennessee Small Business Development Center, 9:00 a.m.- 11:00 a.m. Thursday, November 8, 1480 Nashville Pike, Gallatin, TN in Building 300. Registration is required. For information and to register, click here.

Thursday, November 8, 9:00 a.m. -10:30 a.m. EST, Johnson City, LinkedIn Company Pages vs LinkedIn Groups-What is the Difference and What is Right for My Company

LinkedIn has come a long way with developing pages for companies to use for promotion and branding themselves. But, don't forget about LinkedIn Groups and the value they can bring to your company or organization as well. This is hosted by the Tennessee Small Business Development Center at East Tennessee State University. For more information, click here

Thursday, November 8, 9:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m. EST, Maryville, Start-Up Assistance

Learn about forms of business organization, tax requirements, business licenses, business planning and financing options with additional discussion about SBA loan qualification and opportunities. This event is hosted by the Blount County Chamber Partnership and conducted by the Tennessee Small Business Development Center at Pellissippi State Community College. For more information, click here.

Thursday, November 8, 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. EST, Knoxville, Government Contracting 101-102

Learn how to do business with the government in this comprehensive 3-hour course which overviews the entire federal procurement process, from start to finish. This event is hosted by the Tennessee Small Business Development Center at Pellissippi State Community College. For more information, click here 

Thursday, November 8, 2018,1:30 p.m. EST, Chattanooga,  Find Your Funding

Explore your funding opportunities that range from traditional loans to bootstrapping, crowd funding, and angel & venture capital funding. A representative from SBA and TSBDC will discuss the variety of options, including the SBA 504, SBA 7a and others for small business start ups. Pre-Registration is required. For more information and to register, click here.

Thursday, November 8, 2018, 6:00 p.m. CST, Memphis, How to Start a Small Business

This introductory workshop answers the questions such as: Am I ready to start a business? Does my business make sense? How do I secure financing? What are the different types of business ownership entities (Sole Proprietor, LLC, S-Corp, etc)? What are some issues I may not have considered? This is a free event is hosted by SCORE Memphis. No registration required.

Friday, November 9, 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. CST, Covington, Tennessee Veterans Small Business Forum - #VetBiz

Active Duty, Veterans and Spouses are encouraged to attend. Come out and learn about the programs and services designed for Veteran entrepreneurs to aid in the start and expansion of your small business. Get information on: SBA and USDA Business Loan Programs: Small Business Counseling and Education through the Tennessee Small Business Development Centers (SBDCs); Women's Business Center (WBC) and Veterans Business Outreach Center (VBOC) programs and services; and Contracting Assistance. This will be a joint event with SBA, UDSA, VA, SBDC, VBOC, WBC, and Tipton County Veterans Affairs. A free seminar to encourage veterans and inform them of the services available to start small businesses. Veterans are encouraged to please wear a shirt or hat from your respected branch of the military. For more information, click here.

Saturday, November 10, 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. EST, Knoxville, Restaurant Business Basics: Explore Start-Up Tasks

Starting a restaurant or other food service business is exciting but also time-consuming and challenging to successfully launch.  Unfortunately, restaurant owners decisions aren't just about location, a catchy name and a yummy menu.  Join us for a look inside the day-to-day operations and receive a brief overview of two important considerations:  equipment selection and cleanliness. Pre-planning is essential to a successful business and this program will help you make informed decisions as you work your way through the planning process. This event is hosted by the Tennessee Small Business Development Center at Pellissippi State Community College. For more information, click here.

Saturday, November 10, 2018, 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. CST, Nashville, Grow Your Business

This new Score Nashville workshop is a must for new entrepreneurs who want to grow their business as quickly as possible and keep ahead of their plan. Marketing and sales are the keys to any successful enterprise--without these essential components your venture will surely fail. Explore how to grow your business by expanding your market in the shortest period of time by using these proven principles. Also, as for selling: "If you can sell, nothing else matters. If you can't sell, nothing else matters!" Don't miss this essential workshop which can catapult you to the success you deserve. For more information, click here.

Saturday, November 10, 2018, 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. CST, Nashville, Develop Your Business Model

Learn how to visualize your business and it's interrelationships on a single canvas using Business Modeling. Your Business Model can be used to generate an investor pitch, as a preliminary step to develop your Business Plan, or most importantly, use it to manage your business through internal and external changes. In this workshop you will learn how each aspect of your business fits into the business model canvas. This event is hosted by SCORE Nashville. For more information, click here.

Tuesday, November 13, 2018, 1:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m. CST, Where is the Money (Women Owned Small Business Contracting Rule)

Federal agencies spend more than $500 billion on an annual basis. It was realized that federal government contract awards to Women-Owned Small Business (WOSBs) were limited and a subsequent study listed industries in which women were underrepresented and substantially underrepresented in the award of federal contracts. This event is hosted by Pathway Women's Business Center. For more information, click here.

Webinars

Wednesday, November 7, 2018, 12:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m. CST, Online, Preparing Bids for Construction Contracts

Participants will learn to: Locate federal government construction contracting opportunities; Make informed bid/no bid decisions; Explain the process of preparing bids to compete for federal opportunities; Indentify the differences between federal and commercial contracting; and Discuss the Forensic Performance Assessment – Learning from Current Problems and Applying Management Principles. For more information and to register, click here.  

Thursday, November 8, 12:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m. CST, Online, Federal Contracting Basics

This training will allow participants to:  Define common terms used in government contracting;  Identify the steps in the Acquisition Process; Identify the most commonly used contract types;Explain how to identify federal business opportunities; and Recall the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) General Structure and Uniform Contract Format. For more information, click here.

Tuesday, November 13, 2018, 12:00 p.m. -3:00 p.m. CST, Online, Audits and Accounting Systems

This training will enable participants to:Explain what a compliant accounting system is and how it is different from a commercial accounting system, per the FAR (Federal Acquisition Regulation); Differentiate between audit types-DCAA (pre-award, post-award, post-performance), as opposed to a financial audit, and how to prepare for and survive them Discuss the requirements for modifying accounting systems and establishing audit trails that ensure compliance. For more information, click here.


          The Longevity Option: An Interview with Steven Wilson      Cache   Translate Page      


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In late March 2018 Steven Wilson returned to his hometown, London, for a three-night stand at the venerable Royal Albert Hall. The final of those three nights was recorded for a live film titled Home Invasion: In Concert at the Royal Albert Hall via Eagle Rock Entertainment. (A limited edition deluxe vinyl edition will arrive from Caroline International on 22 March 2019.) The release is available in multiple formats.

The performances were also the end of lengthy tour intended to celebrate Wilson's fifth LP, To the Bone, a record that won the former Porcupine Tree man numerous accolades in the press and further solidified his reputation as a diverse writer and performer. The record became a Top 10 record throughout Europe and his best-selling record to date. (That's across a career that so far spans three decades.)

Wilson will arrive in North America for a series of dates beginning 15 November (see below), though he is performing in other territories before that.

Wilson recently spoke with PopMatters about Home Invasion, To the Bone and his strange relationship with the lands where rock 'n' roll began.

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When did the idea of Home Invasion present itself?

A couple of things converged and made it a perfect storm in a way. There were suggestions over the last three or four years or three or four tours that I've done that I should document them as a live concert recording. I've been slightly resistant to that idea because I think it's very hard to capture the spectacle, the feeling of being in a room and seeing a live show.

But we were doing three nights at the Royal Albert Hall. It's pretty much my favorite venue in Europe if not the world. Doing three nights kind of takes the pressure off. When you know you're being filmed, you get a little bit self-conscious. You don't relax as much as you would like to. The opportunity to film on the third night at my favorite venue, a venue which also looks absolutely spectacular, beautiful on film, appealed to me.

We had two days to get used to the room, get used to the dynamics of myself and the band and the audience. When we came to the third night, I was very relaxed. I didn't feel self-conscious at all. Hopefully, that comes across in the film. I also figured it was about time and that not everyone is going to have the opportunity to see the ­To the Bone show for real.

It's obvious that the band knows the material but there is a spontaneity there.

I hope so. I think that's also down to us being very relaxed on stage together. We have a lot of fun. Something people mention about the current band and about myself on stage is how much fun it seems like we're having. We really are. It's very relaxed. It's quite informal. The material is quite demanding. It's a three-hour show. Musically, it's not complicated but it's also not 12-bar blues. It takes a lot of concentration. But we put a lot of work into preparing, rehearsing, getting the repertoire up to scratch, preparing the visuals, making the films, making the animations. Working out the quadraphonic sound.

By the time we actually started the tour it was like everything was there. I felt like I could finally relax. All of the preparation, all of the thought and imagination was done with. I have to say that I love being the Master of Ceremonies. I know it's good. I know it's a spectacular show. I know it works. I just step back, enjoy it and revel in the experience of being in the center of this amazingly spectacular show.

I think that does come across in the way I interact with the audience and the rest of the band.

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Was the live arena something that was immediately comfortable to you or did you have to work at figuring out how to communicate with the audience?

Definitely the latter. Honestly, I never thought I would be able to be a frontman at all. When I began my career, I always imagined I would be the producer/songwriter in the background and that I would work with other performers and singers, particularly. That was certainly true when I started. I had a great project called No-Man with a great singer named Tim Bowness, and I was just the guy producing and putting the tracks together.

But Porcupine Tree came along, almost by accident. That was a solo project and I had to teach myself how to sing and to write lyrics. That became a victim of its own success in a way. Around the second or third album it was still a solo project but I started to get more and more pressure to play live. I found myself thrust into a situation where I had to be a singer and I had to be a frontman and I had to interact with the audience. Honestly, it's taken me the best part of 25 years to learn how to do that.

I still feel that I'm getting better. It really comes down to one thing and one thing only: That's confidence. I know the audience is on my side. I know the show is good, I know the musicians with me on stage are incredible, world-class. I know the guy out front doing sound is amazing. All of these things are about trusting the people around you. That puts you in a much more comfortable scenario. All of those things have conspired, along with practice. Now, I kind of enjoy being the frontman even though that was not something I ever intended.

It has to be gratifying, then, to have three nights at Royal Albert Hall. Not just in terms of, "hey, people like me", but in terms of, "I've realized something I didn't think possible earlier in life."

Absolutely. Stepping on stage at the Albert Hall to do three nights in my hometown is, in many ways, a dream fulfilled. Like a lot of kids, when I started, I wanted to be a rock star. I know that sounds like a slight contradiction of what I said before but, honestly, when I was 14 to 15 years old, and I was listening to Prince and seeing David Bowie on TV, I wanted to be that guy. Now I'm playing a place that many of the people I admired played.

It feels like a vindication for lots of hard work. If I'm honest, I wish it had happened a lot quicker. Five years into my career instead of 25 years into my career. It's been a tough road to get to this point. But I'm still on an upward trajectory in terms of my profile, my record sales, my ticket sales. In a way, if you had given me a choice, 25 years ago, between longevity or to burn very brightly for a very short time, I'm pretty sure I would have taken the longevity option.

You'd been to shows at Albert Hall, you'd seen film of other artists there. Did you have moments where you said, "OK, one of these days, I'll be standing there."

I must have. The first band I saw there, when I was about 20 was 10,000 Maniacs. I remember being absolutely in awe of the venue but being very disappointed in the sound. It's a tough room. It's tough to get a good sound. It doesn't suit everything. It's essentially been designed for classical repertoire. It has ambient acoustics. If you're a band that plays guitar pop, as 10,000 Maniacs did, or if you play metal or punk or hip-hop, whatever, it actually isn't a very good room.

But it's a perfect room for what I do. I saw David Gilmour there a few years ago, and it was perfect for him. His sound was immaculate. You realize that there's certain kinds of music where it's more about the texture, and it's more about the space.

So I remember that first time being disappointed in the sound and being a little bit worried about how it was going to sound. But I needn't have worried. I feel quite comfortable there. There's a strange quality where it's quite big but it feels intimate. The audience is wrapped all around you, so it's not like a traditional 4,000 venue where the guy at the back is literally a quarter of a mile away. Here, the guy with the cheapest ticket is still within eye contact. It feels warm, it feels intimate. That's the kind of thing you can't anticipate until you actually walk on stage there.

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It seems like your current band is absolutely right for you at this time.

I think this is my favorite iteration of the band because everyone feels like they're working toward a common goal. I say that because I've had a few superstar musicians in my solo band before, extraordinary musicians, but there was always a bit of a fight going on internally. People who wanted to show off what they could do. That's not always in the best service to the music. I feel now that everyone is trying their best to be in service to the music. There's also that very important but elusive quality, chemistry. That comes with time. Alex [Hutchings], the guitar player, joined me for this album cycle, but the band has otherwise been together for a few years, so there is a very strong bond and a very strong chemistry. There's that intuitive communication you get through working with musicians for a long period of time.

When I put a solo band together I knew that I wanted to be the worst musician in my own band. That's probably a strange ambition to have but there is a reason for that and that is because I want these guys to blow me away every night. I want these guys to do things that I could never do. But I want them to do that in service to this music. That's what happens night after night. What could be better?

This film and live album come on the back of To The Bone. I sense that there were some people who probably came into the fold for the first time with it.

Very much so. Sometimes I hesitate to say it because some people can take this in a very, very negative way: But this album has a much stronger pop sensibility. Pop in the way that The Beatles are pop or Abba is pop. I'm not comparing myself to those great artists. But the idea is that these songs focus much more on my songwriting and much more on hooks. And melody. There's less of what you might call the conceptual elements, long solos and tangents. To The Bone is a more direct, more accessible, more immediate record.

I think it's a great doorway for people to walk through into my particular musical world. Two or three songs, in particular, had a lot of radio play, which is almost unheard of in my career. What that's resulted in is new fans and new people listening to the music and using the album as a doorway to walk into a substantial musical universe. That's fantastic to see.

Anecdotally, when I first had To the Bone I was listening to music with a friend of mine who doesn't always share my taste, but she really enjoyed it. So: Well done, Steven.

[Laughs.] I've heard other people say similar things. That's wonderful because I never thought of myself as making "difficult" music. I always thought of myself as making music that was very easy to enjoy. So I always slightly disappointed when people found it difficult or intellectual. I think there was a more conscious effort with To the Bone to keep things on the right side of accessibility without sacrificing any of the ambition.

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How do you feel about your relationship with North America at the moment? Do you feel that you've broken the markets you want to or do you feel that there's still some legwork to be done on the continent?

America's really tough. I think I'm right in saying that America is tougher than it's ever been if you play music that comes from the tradition of rock. It seems to me that there are two places in the world, and the UK is the other one, where rock music has pretty much gone underground. It's made way for urban and DJ-oriented music. I have no problem with that music but it is so dominant that rock music has almost become the underground music of the day. I find that when I come to America I do the least amount of promotion, find the least amount of interest from the press, that is disappointing because it is there and in the UK where rock music was born and where rock music thrived.

I wonder if the two things are connected: Because these two countries were, historically, the kind of stronghold of rock 'n' roll and rock music and progressive rock that they are so much the ones to essentially turn their backs on it. I'm not talking about the fans. I'm talking about the mainstream media.

Honestly, I've found that America is two steps forward and three steps back. Every time I think that my audience is expanding it seems a little bit tougher to get to them. The interest from the media seems a little bit less forthcoming. I keep coming there, and I keep seeing the audiences show up, but I don't know how they're finding the music.

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TOUR DATES


11/15 – Vancouver, BC – The Vogue

11/17 – Spokane, WA – Bing Crosby Theater

11/18 – Edmonton, ALB – Union Hall

11/19 – Calgary, ALB – The Palace Theatre

11/22 – Toronto, ONT – Phoenix Theatre

11/24 – Hamilton, ONT – The Studio @ 1st Ontario

11/25 – London, ONT – London Music Hall

11/27 – Buffalo, NY – Town Ballroom

11/28 – Boston, MA – House of Blues Boston

11/30 – Philadelphia, PA – The Fillmore

12/1 – Sayreville, NJ – Starland Ballroom

12/2 – Port Chester, NY – Capitol Theater

12/4 – Huntington, NY – The Paramount

12/5 – Baltimore, MD – Rams Head Live!

12/7 – Carrboro, NC – Cat's Cradle

12/8 – Asheville, NC – The Orange Peel

12/9 – Atlanta, GA – Variety Playhouse

12/10 – Nashville, TN – Cannery Ballroom

12/11 – Pensacola, FL – Vinyl Music Hall

12/13 – Tampa, FL – The Ritz

12/14 and 12/15 – Ft. Lauderdale, FL – Culture Room

12/16 – Ponte Vedra, FL – Ponte Vedra Concert Hall

12/19 – Dallas, TX – House Of Blues Dallas

12/20 – Houston, TX – House of Blues Houston

12/21 – San Antonio, TX – Tobin Center


          This startup will deliver your favorite sandwich from anywhere on Earth      Cache   Translate Page      

Joe Ariel was a New York kid who ended up in the South, attending Vanderbilt University studying economics. The esteemed college’s meal plan was downright inedible. So he did what any irresponsible young foodie would do: He explored the cuisine of Nashville on his credit card.

Mouth-numbing Hot Chicken from Prince’s. Those crispy, pillowy biscuits with homemade jam from Loveless Cafe. Ariel fell in love with the food of the South, only to end up back in New York as a young professional, and find himself pining for those old flavors. So he did what any entrepreneur would do: He improvised.

“I would call some of these guys, and say, ‘Put it into a box, I’ll pay for FedEx overnight.’ Some of these restaurants sent me stuff,” says Ariel. “Reheating the food, I learned chefs knew how to get it so it tastes just like it does in the shop. That didn’t surprise me. What surprised me was the moment when I’d open the box, smell those smells, see the grease-stained menus, and I’d be transported to a different time.”

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Today, Ariel is the CEO of Goldbelly, a service that will overnight you $75 macarons from Paris, $125 bagels from New York, $100 cheesesteaks from Philadelphia, or $250 BBQ from Texas. (And yes, hot chicken and biscuits from Nashville, too.) Born out of Y Combinator in 2013, Goldbelly now has a million customers, and $15 million in new cash from celebrated restaurateur Danny Meyer’s Enlightened Hospitality Investments, which will be spent on expanding the logistics team at its new New York headquarters, and signing up more restaurants to the service.

Food delivery has been one of the big user experience feats of the past decade. Uber Eats and Grubhub will get you just about any local meal delivered in an hour. Goldbelly’s goal is to take it to the next level, to connect mom-and-pop shops to eaters across the whole United States. “We’re not trying to get you the fast stuff, or the fanciest stuff, or the cheapest stuff,” says Ariel. “We’re trying to capture the best portion of the market.” But Goldbelly has to do so in an economically feasible fashion, while ensuring that a lobster roll mailed from 3,000 miles away shows up delectable–and without a tire mark down the middle. It’s a tremendous design challenge. But if Goldbelly can get it right, the company will give foodies yet another reason to never leave their couch.

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Mastering shipping logistics to give users a predictable experience

Shipping is a vexing problem for nearly any startup that sells goods. How do you ship things quickly and, more to the point, predictably, to ensure you meet customers’ expectations every time? Goldbelly has a proprietary algorithm that scans USPS, Fedex, and UPS to find the fastest, cheapest shipping option for every product. It accommodates for price fluctuations and weather, and handles rerouting as necessary. So once a customer places an order on Goldbelly, all the restaurant has to do is pack a box, and put on a shipping label; Goldbelly handles the rest. Depending on the product, shipping may be free or cost extra. In some cases, Goldbelly eats differences in shipping price fluctuations so that it presents customers with a more predictable, repeatable ordering experience.

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Packaging food so customers come back for more

Goldbelly’s other big experiential design challenge is around the food itself. Every food is different, and must be treated as such, to make it through the mail with as much integrity as possible.

“When we started, there were certain things I thought may be impossible for us to ship. But now, I think we can ship any item in the country,” says Ariel. “Ice cream seems like one that would be impossible. It’s not at all. You use dry ice. It has to be in a cooler. You order a six-pack. It can be mailed two- or three-day. It’s actually not hard to do!”

French fries were another tricky one to ship. Grubhub told me once, during a panel, that french fries are one of the biggest challenges in food delivery, because they steam in a bag on the way to your door and become soggy. Working with restaurants themselves, test shipment after test shipment, Goldbelly learned that the best method was to par cook them–basically cook the fries largely, but not entirely, through–and let the customer brown them in an oven.

What about fried chicken? “As you think through it, in the South, cold fried chicken is a delicacy. That was our starting point,” Ariel says. “Then testing, we tried [hot chicken] with the sauce on the side, with the sauce on. Now we ship it fully cooked, wrapped right after it cools down, with sauce on it. You put it in the oven for 15 to 20 minutes, and it crisps up because there’s so much oil on it.”

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A playbook of best practices

Over time, Goldbelly has developed a playbook of best practices, based on the company’s own testing. All foods are divided into three categories–depending on whether it belongs in a pantry (like baked goods), the fridge (steaks and seafood), or the freezer (ice cream and pizza). This determines if something needs to be kept cold, and how cold to keep it. Stone crab and fresh tuna need to be cold, for instance–but if they freeze in transit, that affects the integrity of the fresh seafood, too. Indeed, fridge items are the most challenging for Goldbelly to ship because the temperature needs to hover around 40 degrees.

For pantry cakes and pies, temperature isn’t so much a concern, but they have to be stabilized in transit, lest they become a pile of goop and frosting. Goldbelly has developed proprietary packaging dubbed the “pie shipper,” that keeps these round desserts upright, insulating them while and stopping them from hitting the walls of the box.

Another strategy for keeping shipped food presentable is to ship items deconstructed rather than in ready-to-eat mode. Such is the case for sandwiches like Philly cheesesteaks and Maine lobster rolls. If a sandwich is sent whole, it gets soggy. And reheating it would just turn the mush into a hot mess.

When I ask Ariel what’s the hardest item to ship, he answers without hesitation: the Primanti Bros. sandwich. It’s a Great Depression-era meal out of Pittsburgh, with thick-cut Italian bread that’s piled high with meat, cheese, coleslaw, tomatoes, and fries. “That was one where it was like, ‘Are we going to be able to do this?'” Ariel recounts. “We got on the ground. We do test shipments. What we did was, we decomposed it and turned it into a kit.”

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The case for $90 sandwiches

A week after our interview, a Primanti Bros. box arrives at my door. It’s a cardboard container with a giant sandwich outline drawn on the box. Opening it, I’m greeted with a notecard all about the sandwich itself, complete with its history and assembly instructions. I remove an inner styrofoam lid, and I find that the meat and cheese have been vacuum-packed. I’ll need to heat the meat on the stove, divide it into four portions, and top it with cheese right before serving. A large loaf of Italian bread is in a normal bakery bag and unsliced. The tomatoes are mine to cut, too–four slices apiece. The fries will need 30 minutes in the oven at 450 degrees F.

I read the instructions, which go so far as to explain the order each ingredient is layered on the bread. Jeez, I’ve got work to do–a surprising amount of work for a sandwich!

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“The restaurant sets it up so much . . . and then it’s up to the user,” says Ariel. “Part of the fun is doing it how you like it.” I do enjoy the ritual, as it makes me anticipate this giant gut bomb I’m about to consume. But then again, I like to cook. At one point in the process, I do wonder if I should have just ordered a Milk Bar pie I could eat with a fork right out of the box.

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The thing is, I already knew I’d have some work to do when the sandwich arrived, because Ariel told me. But the time I spent still surprised me. Which makes me wonder just how well Goldbelly manages those expectations for all its customers. Ariel argues that preparing your meal is a celebration unto itself, which builds anticipation. And to feed into this sensation, Goldbelly gives you that pretty nice laminated card with history and everything you need to know to prepare your meal. I imagine that many people do find it fun, but not everyone. Some people just want lazy gluttony.

As for how the sandwich tasted: It’s a good sandwich. The pastrami is paper thin and loaded with flavor. The bread is a marshmallow that melts in my mouth. (And just an hour later, the spare slices had grown stale on the counter–no wonder the loaf comes whole.) The fries? Look, they still taste like oven fries for whatever reason, but they’re crispy enough to crack between my teeth. The red devil hot sauce on top complemented the pastrami in a way I’d never expect. And that sweet and sour vinegar coleslaw? Phenomenal.

I enjoyed the indulgence! Was it worth $90 for four sandwiches (compliments of Goldbelly)? Not to me or my fellow testers who wanted to know why I didn’t order a fancier lobster roll. But if this were a sandwich I grew up eating and had been jonesing for, I imagine it would have been a borderline spiritual experience. Because I’d estimate the flavors were replicated with 85% fidelity–plenty for your brain to fill in the gaps.

Goldbelly has been profitable in the past, according to Ariel, though the company’s $15 million in new funding suggests a more immediate focus on user and partner growth, instead of revenue. At a time when Grubhub, Uber Eats, and Amazon are all duking it out for the local delivery market, Goldbelly has discovered a promising niche–by slowly mastering the art of delivering a taste of your past to your door.


          National Speaker Lisa Van Gemert to Present at the 2018 Berta Seminar      Cache   Translate Page      

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 November 9, 2018 at the Knicely Conference Center from 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. CT. The conference center is located at 2355 Nashville Road, Bowling Green, KY. EILA credit is available. Thanks to a generous gift from Kathleen and Vince Berta, this event is free to attend and open to the public. 

Van Gemert’s work focuses on the question of whether students care if their cognitive needs are met if their social and emotional needs are not. She will explore how one can identify and meet the social and emotional needs of the gifted effectively and successfully. She will share practical strategies to help gifted students thrive.

To register, visit wku.edu/gifted/educators/berta.

Lisa Van Gemert is the author of Perfectionism: A Practical Guide to Managing “Never Good Enough and the force behind Gifted Guru (giftedguru.com), explains that she “translates research into language and strategies everyone can use to improve their performance, efficacy, and enjoyment in what they do.” A teacher and a mother of gifted children (and a gifted person herself), Lisa is a frequent conference keynote speaker, facilitator of educational and business professional development, expert consult to television shows, and author of articles published in magazines and peer-reviewed journals. 

Established by The Center for Gifted Studies in 2004 thanks to a generous donation from Kathleen and Vince Berta, the Berta Seminars brings nationally and internationally known experts in to provide sessions to parents of gifted children and professional learning to educators and other interested parties to learn how to better address the social and emotional needs of gifted young people in and out of the classroom. The Bertas understand that the social and emotional needs of gifted children often go unaddressed and that meetings those needs requires both parents and teachers. The Berta Seminars was established to help meet this need.

For more information on the Berta Seminars or The Center for Gifted Studies, visit wku.edu/gifted.

Contact: Jesse Knifley, (270) 745-3014 or jesse.knifley@wku.edu


          Lois Baldwin and Daphne Pereles to Speak at Twice-Exceptional Students Seminar      Cache   Translate Page      

The annual Twice-Exceptional Students Seminar will host Lois Baldwin and Daphne Pereles, national experts on gifted young people with one or more disabilities. They will present a two-part workshop on finding, understanding, and nurturing twice-exceptional students. This seminar will take place November 1 – 2, 2018 at the Knicely Conference Center from 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. each day. The conference center is located at 2355 Nashville Road, Bowling Green, KY.  

Gifted students who also have another exceptionality such as a learning disability tend to fall between the cracks, with each exceptionality cancelling the other out so neither is recognized or only one becomes the focus of learning. Pereles and Baldwin (who coined the term twice exceptional) will present this concept in two parts over two days.

The first day is designed for those new to the concept (or for those who want a refresher). The focus will be understanding the concept, recognizing twice-exceptional (2e) student characteristics, and becoming familiar with applicable questions to use in the development of a learning plan. Case studies of real 2e students will provide insight, practice, and a realistic view of working with these students.

Part two on the second day can be a stand-alone day for educators already familiar with the content from the first day, or it can be a continuation. This day focuses on exploring how the learning environment and teaching style impact the success of a 2e student. Through role play and case studies, participants will learn the problem-solving process to analyze data and to develop a plan to address the 2e student’s strengths and challenges. Finally, participants will identify approaches to programming to support the success of 2e students.

This cost to attend one day is $75 or $125 for both. The event is open to parents, teachers, students, and school administrators interested in information and strategies on supporting these learners. EILA credit is available. To register, visit wku.edu/gifted/educators/twice_exceptional.

Baldwin was a supervisor and principal of Special Education for the Board of Cooperative Educational Services of Southern Westchester in White Plains, New York. She directed, supervised, and provided comprehensive educational and support services for students in grades 1-12 who have average or above average/gifted intelligence and are learning disabled and/or emotionally disturbed.

In addition, she supervised a wide variety of special education services, worked with staff development for the Special Services Center, and coordinated mainstream efforts with public school administrators and staff. Lois received her doctorate in gifted, special education, and educational administration from Teachers College at Columbia University. Baldwin is the current president and one of the founders of The Association for the Education of Gifted Underachieving Students. She is a member of NAGC, AGATE, CEC, and ASCD. She currently consults nationally.

Daphne Pereles, M.S., is the Executive Director for the Support and Intervention Unit at the Colorado Department of Education. She directs state efforts to assist districts and schools to create educational systems that support increased student achievement for all. The Response to Intervention and Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports initiatives are an integral part of this work. With a vast understanding of the role of the teacher, Daphne has been a teacher of general, special, and gifted education. Formerly with the Cherry Creek School District, she served as RtI Co-Coordinator and Twice-Exceptional Specialist in a district that was among the early adopters/innovators of RtI in Colorado.

For more information on the Twice-Exceptional Students Seminar or The Center for Gifted Studies, visit wku.edu/gifted/educators/twice_exceptional.

Contact: Jesse Knifley, (270) 745-3014 or jesse.knifley@wku.edu


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          MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN - IROQUOIS - Freeman Webb Company - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Infamous Stringdusters bring bluegrass to Pontiac's Flagstar Strand Theatre      Cache   Translate Page      
Ryan Adams refers to Nashville jam band and recent Grammy Award winner the Infamous Stringdusters as the “Star Wars of Bluegrass.” In other words, this ain’t your grandpappy’s bluegrass.

Since its formation in 2005, the five-piece, foot-stomping Stringdusters has sharpened its harmonizing and honed in on its ability to redefine the genre’s traditionalism.…
          St. Louis' Own Tonina Is One of the Best New Artists of 2018, NPR Says      Cache   Translate Page      
Here at the RFT, we've called her a "rising star" with a "once-in-a-lifetime voice," and dubbed her "one to watch forever." Now it seems that the national press has gotten the memo as well: NPR just named Tonina one of the 40 best new artists of 2018.

The accolade comes via Slingshot, the public radio network's artist incubator, which is hosting a voter-driven competition to pick the single best new artist of 2018. Tonina finds herself among some seriously talented competitors — Portland artists Black Belt Eagle Scout and Haley Heynderickx, U.K. singer-songwriter Jade Bird, L.A.'s Mt. Joy, Nashville's Ruston Kelly and Seattle's Thunderpussy, just to name a few.

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          Registered Nurse - Youth Opportunity Investments, LLC - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page      
Contracted Designated Health Providers (e.g., Doctors, Dentists, Mental Health Professionals). Provides clients with quality professional health services;...
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          Dental Assistant PRN (As Needed) ~ Dental Clinic - Vanderbilt University Medical Center - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page      
At any stage of life, it's important to practice good oral hygiene and visit your dentist regularly. Our experienced dentists and oral surgeons offer everything...
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          Associate Dentist - Pacific Dental Services - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page      
Now is the time to join Dentists of Bellevue. The average full-time PDS-supported Associate Dentist earns $160,000 in their first year.... $160,000 a year
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          Associate Dentist - ETS Dental - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page      
Work with a renowned Holistic Dentist. ETS Dental recruits Dentists, Dental Specialists and Dental staff for top practices across the country....
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          General Dentist - Marquee Dental Partners - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page      
General Dentist needed for a NEW PRACTICE opening in East Nashville!!! Excellent Earning Potential. Marquee Dental Partners is a premier dental group dedicated...
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          General Dentist - Affordable Dental Inc - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Expanded Function Registered Dental Assistant 2 (EFDA) 4 Day Workweek (Tuesday - Friday 6:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.) ~ Dental Clinic - Vanderbilt University Medical Center - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page      
Our experienced dentists and oral surgeons offer everything from general dentistry to complex surgeries and reconstruction....
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          General Dentist - Smith Dental Care - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page      
General dentist needed guarantee of 1200 a day. Busy, private practice with more than enough patients to stay busy.... $1,000 - $1,200 a day
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          Dental Assistant - Meharry Medical College - Nashville, TN      Cache   Translate Page      
As an integral part of our clinical team, Dental Assistants are responsible for assisting the dentist(s), dental hygienist(s), dental therapist/advanced...
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          Against Subtlety: Jodi Hays in Nashville      Cache   Translate Page      

In her exhibition “God Sees Through Houses,” on view from August 27 through October 18, Nashville-based painter Jodi Hays displayed a new body of work at Lipscomb University’s recently relocated Hutcheson Gallery. Comprised of framed drawings and large- and small-scale oil paintings, the work was created during the crisis of family separations at the US-Mexico border created...

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          Watch now: Dolly and Sia deliver an inspirational video for “Here I Am,” even though they’re not in it      Cache   Translate Page      
Watch now: Dolly and Sia deliver an inspirational video for “Here I Am,” even though they’re not in it

RCA Nashville The new video for Dolly Parton and Sia's duet version of “Here I Am” is out now, though neither the Country Music Hall of Famer or the pop star appear in it.

Instead, the clip mirrors the lyrics of the song, following a wide variety of people as they find comfort in some of life's hard moments.

“Here I am/Reaching out/To give you love that you're without/I can help you find what you've been searching for,” the two sing in the new recording of Dolly's 1971 song for the Netflix film, Dumplin'.

The full version of the soundtrack -- which features ...read more


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          33 of the World's Most Enchanting Local Magic Shops       Cache   Translate Page      
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Recently, we asked Atlas Obscura readers to tell us about their favorite local magic shops. We got hundreds of passionate responses from around the world, the vast majority of which focused on the people behind the shops—the proprietors and staff members—who've performed the truly amazing trick of building real communities around their small businesses.

Like a delightful and surprising sleight of hand reveal, it's clear that it's the wizards behind the counter who bring magic shops to life. We heard about Brian at Big Guy's Magic in Wisconsin, who helped one reader's son enter the world of performance magic. We heard about Larry Kahlow, who has kept the Eagle Magic and Joke Store in Minnesota, one of America's oldest magic shops, running year after year. And we heard about Scotland's Roy Walton, of Tam Shepherds Trick Shop in Glasgow, who personally introduced one of our readers to the wonders of close-up magic.

Read on to learn more secrets of the world's most memorable magic shops—and especially the people and communities that keep them going.


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Rabbit In Hat Magic Shop

Locust Grove, Oklahoma

“What a great little shop! Clark is a fantastic guy. The ‘vibe’ of this shop is so cool. Clark did some great magic for me, and even invited me to do one of my favorite tricks behind the counter. The whole experience was fantastic! Can’t wait to go back. All the details, the decor, the cool stuff, and of course, the tricks, make this definitely a must-visit magic shop!” — Rob Signs, Joplin, Missouri

Abbott’s Magic Company

Colon, Michigan

“They hold the annual Abbott’s Magic Get Together every year in August. Often they are asked to make illusions for huge companies such as Disney.” — Joe Bennett, Paw Paw, Michigan

“My grandparents were professional magicians that lived in Colon, Michigan. He also worked at Abbott’s. I have been attending the ever-so-famous Mayberry-meets-Vegas magic convention known as Abbott's Get Together for 37 years! It is a treasure in our very small, one-blinking-light community!” — Kylie Bowen, Colon, Michigan

“Abbott's is an iconic brick-and-mortar magic shop with an amazing heritage and an annual Get Together that draws magicians from around the world and triples the towns population for a week. Abbott's Magic was primarily a mail order enterprise, but developed unique and distinctive props for magicians. Abbott's props have appeared in many movies (The Wizard of Oz, The Prestige), supplied tricks for virtually every famous magician over the last century (Harry Blackstone, Sr. and Jr., Penn & Teller, David Copperfield), and most personally, launched a lifelong love of magic in so many impressionable wizards (myself included).” — Mickey Blashfield, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan

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Tam Shepherds Trick Shop

Glasgow, Scotland

“It's run by world-class card expert Roy Walton, now 86. He has mentored numerous Scottish magicians including Jerry Sadowitz, R. Paul Wilson, and Peter Duffie. Roy introduced me to the wonder and love of close-up magic. He has a beautifully simple and elegant style.” — John Donachie, Scotland

Best Magic

Anaheim, California

“The people who work there are super knowledgeable about various illusions, extremely helpful, and really go way out of their way to make sure that their customers, beginner or professional, have exactly the resources they need. They encourage beginners and help them connect to the magic community and help them get started in a very solid way. I highly recommend them to anyone interested in the art of magic!” — Kris Johns, California

Big Guy's Magic Shop

Pewaukee, Wisconsin

“We met the Big Guy, Brian, and the gang four years ago when our son showed some interest in magic. They took him under his wing and three years later he won Abbott's magic talent competition and was invited to perform as a star of tomorrow at the International Magicians Society. They treat customers like family and always have fresh tricks to buy.” — Nate London, Sussex, Wisconsin

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Eagle Magic Store

Burnsville, Minnesota

“Been going there since I was 10. Now I bring my son there. Some of the same props and cabinets and books that the great magicians from a century ago gathered around.” — Timm Vedder, Sartell, Minnesota

“Eagle Magic is like a candy shop is for a kid. Larry most likely has what you need, want, or have any interest in. If you want an experience, not just a cheap trick, visit Larry at Eagle.” — Marty Grah, Minneapolis, Minnesota

“Eagle is a true house of mysteries! Owner Larry Kahlow is a never-ending fountain of magic knowledge. If you're nice, he'll take you to his back room collection of priceless antique magic apparatus. A history lesson in itself!” — Trent Rentsch, Raleigh, North Carolina

Ash's Magic Shop

Chicago, Illinois

“Ash is immortal! As long as I remember, there's always been Ash's Magic Shop and he is always appearing somewhere.” — Karen Johnson, Fort Collins, Colorado

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El Rei de la Màgia

Barcelona, Spain

“It has been in service since 1881. The shop has everything a magician needs, from beginners to professionals.” — Manel Roca, Barcelona, Spain

Browser's Den of Magic

Toronto, Ontario

“As a woman in a male-dominated field, the Den has provided me with a space to learn and share magic without feeling like an outsider. The people who run the store are always willing to help, demonstrate tricks, and recommend additional resources for hobbyists and pros alike. I've never experienced another store quite like the Browser's Den.” — Jacqueline Swan, Toronto, Ontario

“Jeff and the staff provide excellent service to magicians at all stages of development, and they go out of their way to be welcoming and encouraging. They are there to help, not just to make a sale. Conventions, special events, auctions, lectures, and club meetings at the shop all contribute to making Browser's Den a very special place for Canadian magicians.” — Robin Dawes, Kingston, Ontario

"The store does so much more then sell magic. It strives to build a community. Brings in top magicians for lectures. Hosts a magic club, helps magicians sell magic tricks they no longer need. Any questions answered. Jeff Pinsky loves magic and it shows." — Jim Byrns, Toronto, Ontario

Divine Magic and Novelties

Richmond, Virginia

“The owner is a humdinger of a magician himself. He's a MASTER of sleight of hand, I can stand two feet away and have no idea what he's doing. Also, his magician pals from all over the place come in there and demonstrate tricks, try out new ones, talk about magic, etc. And they're always friendly and helpful to younger people. There's potentially a magic show happening at any time. Plus a really fab inventory. I'm not a magician, but I love going by there. You just never know what you're gonna encounter. They've just got to be up there with the best.” — Ronnie Childs, Richmond, Virginia

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Reinke Brothers

Littleton, Colorado

“They are a big part of the Littleton community, and they work hard to promote our historic downtown. When my kids were small, we took them there for magic lessons, they also have a haunted house. They just went through a grand reopening after a long process of rebuilding a roof construction mess up.” — Amy Reichardt, Littleton, Colorado

Grand Illusions

Carmichael, California

"Family-run magic shop in its second generation. Dedicated to teaching and passing on the art of magic. Frequently hosts seminars and lectures. All in all, just an awesome family!" — Justin Walker, Elk Grove, California

Haine's House of Cards

Norwood, Ohio

“The shop is extremely personal. It's a small shop, so the two employees can easily help explain tricks and advertise them. They also produce a ton of their own special tricks and decks. They host many shows, and get famous magicians like Xavier Spade to perform. The prices are excellent, and they are all extremely nice people. It's overall an intimate and pleasant experience.” — Joanna Thorman, Cincinnati, Ohio

“Haines is not just a place where you can buy magic. It is also a place where magic is made. They make special decks and cards for magicians. I made the trip there for one of the shows that they put on. The show had some experienced, professional performers as well as giving newbies a place to try out their newfound skills.” — Barry Rice, Fishers, Indiana

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Dallas & Co. Costumes and Magic

Champaign, Illinois

“Great store with a wide variety of magic and juggling equipment. Regularly holds workshops.” — Ed Delaporte, Champaign, Illinois

The Magic Shop

Cape Town, South Africa

“This shop is run by professional magicians who give the best help and advice. It is based in the famous College of Magic and is open six days a week.” — Michael Fenwick, South Africa

International Magic Shop

Holborn, London

“Run by Jerry Sadowitz, the U.K.'s best close-up magician. An incredible array of tricks.” — Malcolm Marr, London

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The Magic Apple

Studio City, California

“I have gone to lectures there, and it is a great place for magicians to hang and teach and learn.” — Whitney W. Hadden, Los Angeles, California

Joker Magic

Budapest, Hungary

“The shop is located on a busy road in Budapest, Hungary, yet often overlooked as a goofy place for the uninitiated. This place is packed with magic from all around the world, and some are of their own making. From amateurs to master magicians, everyone is capable of getting what they need. There is no need left unsatisfied. If you want a goofy trick to fool your friends, they got it, if you are hopping tables in a bar or at a wedding, they got stuff to help you out. If you want to host a night on a stage, Joker Magic can help you there too. The shop is manned by the owner and his family, always able to even just help you if you need a good advice and are not buying a thing. They are helpful and trained in the arcane. Furthermore if you want to dig deeper, they offer training too, from the young to the elderly, one-on-one or in groups. Best thing about the shop, that every two week on Wednesdays, it transforms into a hidey-hole for practitioners of this ancient art, where the young, and the old, the amateur and the master, where the professional and hobbyist can meet and learn from one another. If you are interested in conjuration this is the best place to start to search. This shop, is the gateway to magic.” — Nor, Budapest, Hungary

Magic Art Studio

Watertown, Massachusetts

“This is THE place to find magic! As a young man, any given Saturday there was always a diverse array of magicians. It was here that I met the owner, Ray Goulet, in his own right a very accomplished and well traveled stage magician. Cesareo Pelaez, founder and lead of the Le Grand David magic troupe, would occasionally visit. Not to mention David Cresey, as the man behind the counter, as well as the creator of the Cresey Coil, a staple of magicians around the world. Many more would find their way to Watertown to celebrate magic in all its forms." — Mark Troy, Boston, Massachusetts

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Magic Inc.

Chicago, Illinois

“These guys serve magicians of all ages and abilities. From nationally known professionals to the kids from the elementary school across the street from the shop. Their enthusiasm in serving a parent and child looking for the kid’s first trick is rooted in a true affection for all who enjoy magic.” — Judy Hanthorn, Mableton, Georgia

“This is where my 26-year-and-counting magic career started! Their excellent professional staff is always helpful and knowledgeable on all levels of the art. The last thing I’ll say is that Magic Inc. is my family, they have celebrated my best of times and have supported and help carried me through my worst, you can’t say that about many shops.” — Tevell Rose, Chicago, Illinois

“It’s just a family! If you are new to the art or a professional, they treat you just the same (not every magic shop does this.) Even if you just want to hang out and talk shop, they are there for you. I love everyone who works there and the owners are wonderful. They just won't quit. A staple in the magic community.” — Craig J. Newman, Portland, Oregon

Denny & Lee's Magic Studio

Rosedale, Maryland

"Denny Haney was a full-time pro. A highly respected magician who could pull off a full evening show that was amazing, funny, and unlike any other magician. As such, he knows what a pro wants and needs. Unlike an online store, Denny does not stock the latest thing just because it is new. Unless it could be performed live, to entertain real people, he won't waste his shelf space or your time. Denny constantly reminds his customers of the value in buying (and studying) magic books to help them develop a unique voice. Okay, it smells like cigarettes, and his politics are uncomfortably to the right of mine, but if I want to know if something new is the real deal, there is no better place to turn.” — Mark Phillips, Washington D.C.

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Wacky Zack's Magic

Glendale, Arizona

“It's a great place to find magic for beginners and professionals alike, with anything from small children's tricks to big illusions.” — Joseph, Arizona

FAB Magic Co.

Colon, Michigan

“We have known Rick Fisher for six years. From the very beginning he has supported my son with his magic endeavors. He is truly a kind spirit. I am so thankful that we met him. I consider him a true friend.” — Jennifer Elkowitz, Grand Rapids, Michigan

Magic Land

Tokyo, Japan

“Our guru, Ton Onosaka. His deep knowledge on magic IS this shop's speciality.” — Yuki Kadoya, Nagoya, Japan

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Misdirection Magic Shop

San Francisco, California

“If the world of Harry Potter was real, this store would be in Diagon Alley. You can find any magic trick here and Joe is always a savvy and patient teacher.” — Federico Chavez, San Francisco, California

“I’ve been in every magic shop in every major city in America. I was also a professional magician for 22 years. I’d been a working magician for almost ten years when I first walked into Misdirections and asked to see some top shelf magic books. Joe refused to serve me until I could convince him I understood the craft enough to deserve it. He cared more about the ethics of the art than the sale. I respected that so much. I hung out there all day until I could convince him to let me see the book I wanted and kept hanging out there for years as he built a community of great magicians, by guiding and elevating them (and me) through his personalized curation of books, lectures and secrets. Misdirections is proof that a great magic shop can survive in this online economy through curation, community and trust.” — Ryan Majestic, Los Angeles, California

“I have been going here since I was a kid and started my own magic show. The shop is owned by a man named Joe, who learned his first trick at the age of five after watching someone change the color of a handkerchief. He taught himself magic by checking out a book from the library. His shop has been open for more than 20 years. To paraphrase why he told me he thinks people love magic, ‘It's like Santa for adults. As we grow older, we become more set in what we believe to be true. Magic disrupts that. It allows us to tap into that same sense of wonder we felt as kids.'" — Kevin Oliver, Los Angeles, California

The Timid Rabbit

Kalamazoo, Michigan

“I've spent hours and hours in that shop. Sometimes attending magic workshops that would end when the sun came up. Great selection of magic supplies as well as an amazing amount of knowledge that the owner, Antony, has and shares.” — Tom Kracker, Ohio

Ronjo Magic

Port Jefferson, New York

“A lot of classic effects, as well as original, exclusive stuff that you can only find at Ronjo. Ron Diamond, the owner, is as friendly and helpful as can be, and everyone that works there is always eager to demo and chat.” — Dave Dodds, Long Island, New York

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Mingus Magic

Reading, Pennsylvania

“This is a beautiful shop with a built-in parlor theater, incredible service, and a place in which I purchased my first floating glass illusion.” — Daniel Eckert, Sykesville, Maryland

“This 80-year-old shop regularly hosts a 24-hour magic marathon to support children’s charities, hosts local magic clubs, jam sessions, lectures, and (of course) supplies various tricks and apparatus. In addition to its longevity, it has survived no less than four competing shops in its tenure. It is central Pennsylvania’s last, best magic shop and a local treasure.” — Vincent Dangolovich, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

Tennessee Magic Emporium

Tullahoma, Tennessee

“Great shop with a good selection and knowledgeable staff.” — Jim Hooten, Nashville, Tennessee

P.T. Murphy Magic

Galena, Illinois

“It’s a cute, secret location just off of the downtown Galena Main Street!” — Brett O’Donnell, Orland Park, Illinois

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Midwest Magic

Franklin Park, Illinois

“There’s a secret room in the back behind a bookshelf!” — Joe Diamond, Chicago, Illinois

“Best shop owner and really cute too!” — Cheryl Felix, Downers Grove, Illinois

“It's not just a shop, it's a magicians hangout. Countless Saturdays have been spent there with the guys working on tricks and having fun. To boot, Tim, the owner, knows quite a bit of magic history and the shop has virtually one of everything. “ — Royal Jenner, Frankfort, Illinois

Tin City Magic

Naples, Florida

“Within a beautiful pier in Naples, there is a small magic space that takes you back to your childhood. The owner who is a magician is usually there to sell everything, from jokes to serious books about the art of magic. Don't forget: only after you pay will the secret be revealed.” — Yali J. Luna, Naples, Florida

Make It Magic

Gatlinburg, Tennessee

"This store also sells wood carvings, and hand-crafted tchotchkes. The owner is a tiny woman who has worked as a clown and showgirl. One whole room of the store (which is their house, and their family kitchen is in plain view), is dedicated to magic tricks, gadgets, books, and paraphernalia.” — Sheridan Roberts, Gatlinburg, Tennessee


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