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From: Winding Road Theater Ensemble <windingroadte@gmail.com>
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Subject: Eight 10s in Tucson: a new 10 minute play festival

 


One evening, eight 10 minute plays, selected from more than 300 script submissions: 

 

Eight 10s in Tucson

A New Play Festival

April 25th-May 5th, 2019


 

Winding Road is pleased to announce this new venture, modeled on the wildly successful 8 Tens @ 8 10-minute play festival in Santa Cruz, California. Eight scripts, submitted by playwrights from around the country, selected and combined to create a unique evening of entertainment - full of comedy, drama, and everything in between.

In The Parrots of Heaven by Evan Guilford-Blake, two young men test the boundaries of friendship in this tender play exploring the beauty of acceptance. 

Evan Guilford-Blake writes plays, prose, and poetry for adults and children. His work has appeared in about 100 journals and anthologies, winning 27 awards. His scripts have won 46 competitions, including the Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival contest twice (he is the only playwright to have done so). Thirty-eight of his plays are published. His long-form prose includes the novels Animation, for adults, and The Bluebird Prince for middle-grade girls (and their parents), as well as the award-winning story collection American Blues. His new collection, Love and Loss and Love, will be issued in July. He and his wife (and inspiration) Roxanna, a talented jewelry designer and business writer, live in the southeastern US. More information is available on his Amazon page.

Eight 10s in Tucson plays TWO WEEKS ONLY, with performances Thursday through Sunday, including Saturday matinees.
                                             
Thursday April 25 at 7:30pm Preview
Friday April 26 at 7:30pm Opening Night Gala
Thurs-Sat at 7:30pm 
Sat and Sun at 2pm
Through May 5th
General admission $28 
Discounts for Seniors, Military, Students 


Cabaret Theatre at the Temple for Music and Art
330 S Scott Ave in Tucson

 

 

 

(520) 401-3626

 

 

 

Buy Tickets to Eight 10s in Tucson

 

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NICKELODEON’S JOJO SIWA RELEASES NEW EP CELEBRATE AVAILABLE NOW

WORLD PREMIERE OF NEW MUSIC VIDEO
“IT’S TIME TO CELEBRATE” SATURDAY, APRIL 13th ON NICKELODEON


Nickelodeon’s JoJo Siwa celebrated her Dream Birthday earlier this week with an epic party and she continues the celebration with the release of her latest EP, Celebrate, available NOW on all digital service providers. Nickelodeon presents the world premiere of “It’s Time To Celebrate” tomorrow, Saturday, April 13th at 8:00 p.m. (ET/PT) on Nickelodeon USA.


Celebrate features four new songs: “It’s Time To Celebrate,” “#1U,” “Worldwide Party,” and “Bop!” The music video for “Bop!” has garnered over 5.4 million views to date.


Siwa recently added 17 dates to her first North American tour: Nickelodeon’s JoJo Siwa D.R.E.A.M. The Tour. Presented by Party City and produced by Nickelodeon and AEG Presents, the 70-city tour will kick off in Phoenix, Arizona on Friday, May 17. The new shows include stops at Forest Hills Stadium in Queens NY, New Orleans, San Antonio, Memphis, Indianapolis, and Louisville. Visit JoJoDREAMTour.com for more information.


JoJo’s Nickelodeon special entitled JoJo’s Dream Birthday is set to air on Saturday, May 18, at 8:00 p.m. (ET/PT) on Nickelodeon USA.

Nickelodeon superstar JoJo Siwa is a YouTube personality, singer, dancer, entrepreneur, social media influencer, The New York Times bestselling author and star on Nickelodeon’s Lip Sync Battle Shorties. Siwa connects with her fans through many channels: via social media she has over 9.4 million subscribers with over 2.1 billion views on YouTube, she has over 8.1 million followers on Instagram, over 425,000 Twitter followers, over 17.4 million followers on TikTok (formerly Musical.ly), and over 534,000 likes on Facebook; through her SIWANATOR club, which stands against negativity and bullying; through her global reach of consumer products including her signature bows, accessories, apparel, arts and crafts, cosmetics, home goods and party supplies; and with her hugely popular singles, “Boomerang,” which has been viewed over 682 million times and is RIAA certified platinum, “Kid in a Candy Store,” “Hold The Drama,” and “High Top Shoes”


Siwa will also take the stage at this year’s Nickelodeon SlimeFest--a two-day family-friendly music festival held in Chicago, Ill., at Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island on June 8 and 9--along with Pitbull, Bebe Rexha and T-Pain. Siwa helped kick off Nickelodeon’s inaugural U.S. SlimeFest last year, where she performed in front of over 24,000 fans.

Siwa recently won her third Kids’ Choice Award for “Favorite Social Music Star.” Her previous Choice Awards include “Favorite Viral Music Artist” in 2017 and “Favorite Musical YouTube Creator” in 2018. She also performed at Kids’ Choice Mexico 2018.

In November, Siwa released her first EP, D.R.E.A.M. The Music, featuring four new songs: “D.R.E.A.M,” “My Story,” “Everyday Popstars” and “Only Getting Better.” The music video for “D.R.E.A.M.” was released on Siwa’s YouTube channel and to date has garnered over 40 million views. Just last month, Siwa dropped her latest single, “Bop.” The accompanying music video has already accumulated over 4.4 million views on her YouTube channel.

In 2016, Nickelodeon and Siwa entered an exclusive licensing partnership to develop a line of consumer products inspired by Siwa. Categories span toys, apparel, accessories, consumer electronics, Halloween costumes and more. To date, over 50 million JoJo Bows have been sold. Siwa’s consumer products are available internationally, including the UK, Canada, Australia and Mexico.

Siwa launched her first animated shorts series, The JoJo & BowBow Show Show starring Siwa and her furry best friend BowBow. She also works alongside Nick Cannon in Nickelodeon’s hit competition series Lip Sync Battle Shorties. She has also appeared on various Nickelodeon live-action series including School of Rock and The Thundermans. Siwa performed a medley of hits at Nickelodeon’s 2018 Kids’ Choice Awards, including her triple-platinum smash “Boomerang.” She also won two blimps for Favorite Viral Music Artist in 2017 and Musical YouTube Creator in 2018. This summer, she performed at Nickelodeon’s 2018 Kids’ Choice Awards Mexico.

Photos: Trae Patton/Nickelodeon.

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NICKELODEON’S DOUBLE DARE KICKS OFF 2019 LEG OF MULTI-CITY U.S. TOUR, HOSTED BY MARC SUMMERS AND ORIGINAL SIDEKICK ROBIN RUSSO

Double Dare Live, Produced in Partnership with
Red Tail Productions, LLC and CB Entertainment, to Visit
More Cities Across North America This Spring

Tickets on Sale Friday, Jan. 25

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Red Tail Productions LLC and Charlie Blum Entertainment/CB Entertainment, in partnership with Nickelodeon, have announced new tour dates for Double Dare Live, a multi-city live stage tour inspired by the iconic TV game show Double Dare!

Update (4/12) - Fall/Winter 2019 dates now available!

Coming off of a successful fall 2018 tour, Double Dare Live – featuring original host Marc Summers and his beloved sidekick Robin Russo – will resume touring on Tuesday, March 26 in Lancaster, PA and will tour North America this Spring, playing in 30 North American cities along the way!

Tickets go on sale to the general public Friday, January 25 at 10:00 a.m. For a limited time, fans subscribed to the official DD Fan Club can purchase tickets right now, ensuring that they get the to the best seats in the house, using the club's exclusive early access pre-sale system. Check your email inbox now!

Update (2/4): Double Dare Live has just added 14 more locations and 15 more performances to its itinerary! Tickets for the new dates and locations, below, go on sale to the general public on Friday, February 8 at 10 a.m. (local time). Fans subscribed to the official DD Fan Club will be able to purchase pre-sale tickets during a limited 24 hour window from Tuesday, February 5, 2019 starting at 10:00am local time, ensuring that they get the to the best seats in the house, using the club's exclusive early access pre-sale system. Check your email inbox now!

Fans can visit doubledarelivetour.com for a list of upcoming Double Dare Live tour cities, times and ticket information.

Inspired by the iconic TV game show Double Dare, Double Dare Live features two teams comprised of selected audience members competing to win prizes by answering brain-bending trivia questions, completing messy physical challenges, and ultimately facing the legendary obstacle course.

Attendees can register to be a contestant on Double Dare Live by completing the Official Rules and Waiver Form on doubledarelivetour.com. Participants must be 10 years or older to be eligible to be Contestants. Only persons 18 years or older can complete the Waiver Form; a parent or legal guardian 18 years or older must complete the Official Rules and Waiver Form for children under 18 years of age. When you’ve read, completed and signed the Waiver Form, hit ‘Submit’ and it will be entered into the database for each city. When you arrive at the venue, go to the Registration Table to verify that you’ve completed Official Rules and Waiver form, and present a valid photo ID and you and any family members that you registered will be given wrist bands which indicate to the show’s host that you are eligible to be a contestant on stage. Please wear athletic shoes if you hope to be called on stage.

Fans can also upgrade their tickets to the DD VIP Experience, featuring premium show seating, a pre-show meet & greet photo opportunity with Marc Summers and Robin Russo, and an official Double Dare Live tour laminate souvenir. There are a limited number of DD VIP Experience tickets which must be purchased in advance. They are designated as ‘VIP Tickets’ in each city’s ticketing system. Purchasers should plan to arrive at the theatre approximately 90 minutes in advance of the show start time. (Check for exact details when you purchase tickets, since timing changes slightly from city to city.) Each adult and child in a group must have a DD VIP Ticket. Go to the check-in table and pick up your DD VIP laminate. Patrons will be directed to the meet & greet which ends approximately 30 minutes prior to show start time. Latecomers risk missing the opportunity.

The highly anticipated return of the Double Dare series premiered in the summer of 2018 on Nickelodeon and ranked as the year’s No. 1 new kids show with kids 6-11, while retaining the core adult audience who grew up with the original television show. The new Double Dare is hosted by digital creator and actress Liza Koshy, with original host Marc Summers providing color commentary on the challenges and lending his vast knowledge of the game and expertise to each episode. Following the success of the first season, a second season is currently in pre-production, and is set to be filmed in L.A. Click here for details on how you can be on the show!


“Hosting the Double Dare Live tour couldn’t be any more exciting, and I look forward to continuing to bring the fun and messiness of ‘Double Dare’ to audiences across the country,” Summers said. “Doing the show again with my sidekick Robin will fulfill childhood dreams of the generation that grew up with us and introduce this classic show to the next generation.”

NICKELODEON’S DOUBLE DARE LIVE TOUR CITIES AND DATES - SPRING 2019:

Lancaster, PA
American Music Theatre
3/26/2019 @ 7:30pm

Newark, NJ
New Jersey Performing Arts Center
3/27/2019 @ 7:00pm
Previous date rescheduled due to snow storm. Sold Out.

Philadelphia, PA
Kimmel Center
3/28/2019 @ 7:30pm
3/29/2019 @ 8:00pm

Lynn, MA
The Lynn Auditorium
3/30/2019 @ 7:00pm

Red Bank, NJ
Hackensack Meridian Health Theatre at the Count Basie Center for the Arts
3/31/2019 @ 7:00pm

Hartford, CT
Bushnell Theatre
4/2/2019 @ 7:30pm
Previous date rescheduled. On Sale Now.

New York, NY
Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden
4/3/2019 @ 8:30pm

Wilkes-Barre, PA
F.M. Kirby Center
4/5/2019 @ 7:30pm

Huntington, WV
Big Sandy Superstore Arena
4/6/2019 @ 7:30pm

Louisville, KY
The Louisville Palace Theatre
4/7/2019 @ 6:00pm

New Orleans, LA
Saenger Theatre
4/9/19 @ 7:00pm

San Antonio, TX
Majestic Theatre
4/10/2019 @ 7:30pm

Sugar Land, TX
Smart Financial Centre
4/11/2019 @ 8:00pm

Grand Prairie, TX
The Theatre at Grand Prairie
4/13/2019 @ 7:00pm

Austin, TX
Bass Concert Hall
4/14/2019 @ 7:00pm

Minneapolis, MI
The State Theatre
5/1/2019 @ 7:30pm

Green Bay, WI
Resch Center Theatre
5/2/2019 @ 7:30pm

Waukegan, IL
The Genesee Theatre
5/3/2019 @ 7:30pm

Springfield, MO
Juanita K. Hammons Hall
5/4/2019 @ 7:30pm

Peoria, IL
Peoria Civic Center Theatre
5/5/2019 @ 7:00pm

St. Louis. MO
Fabulous Fox Theatre
5/7/2019 @ 7:30pm

Atlanta, GA
Fox Theatre
5/9/2019 @ 7:30pm

Orlando, FL
Bob Carr Theater
5/10/2019 @ 8:00pm

Clearwater, FL
Ruth Eckerd Hall
5/11/2019 @ 8:00pm

Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Broward Center – Au Rene Theater
5/12/2019 @ 7:30pm

Detroit, MI
Fox Theatre
5/15/2019 @ 7:00pm

Akron, OH
Akron Civic Theatre
5/16/2019 @ 8:00pm

Indiana, PA
Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Complex
5/17/2019 @ 8:00pm

Providence, RI
Providence Performing Arts Center
5/18/2019 @ 7:00pm

Morristown, NJ
Mayo Performing Arts Center
5/19/2019 @ 1:00pm
5/19/2019 @ 7:00pm

Additional dates include: Boston, MA; New Orleans, LA; Houston, TX; San Antonio, TX; Dallas, TX; Minneapolis, MN; Atlanta, GA; Orlando, FL; Clearwater, FL; Ft. Lauderdale, FL; Detroit, MI; Akron, OH; Indiana, PA; Providence, RI; and Morristown, NJ.

Don't see your city?

The 2019 touring schedule will be updated regularly as dates are made public in each city. Several weeks of additional spring tour dates will be announced in the coming weeks. Stay tuned for more cities soon!

Fans can also purchase awesome Double Dare Live swag here on the official Double Dare Live store.

Double Dare premiered on Oct. 6, 1986 on Nickelodeon and ran from 1986-1993, making it the network’s longest running game show. Summers served as the show’s original host from 1986-1993. Shortly after its debut, Double Dare became one of the most popular original daily programs on cable television. The series went into syndication in 1988 and was later revived as Super Sloppy Double Dare in 1989. The show also ran on broadcast television as Family Double Dare in 1988, followed by new versions on Nickelodeon, including Double Dare 2000.

Double Dare Live is produced by Red Tail Productions, LLC and CB Entertainment.

Brick Wall Breakout | Photo: CWaits

Bucket Head | Photo: CWaits

Contestants to play the Obstacle Course | Photo: CWaits

Pancakes & Syrup | Photo: CWaits

Plunger Ball Swap | Photo: CWaits

Viking Ring Toss | Photo: CWaits

Red Tail Productions, LLC

CEO Phillip Drayer and President Marc Engel produce and present a wide variety of entertainment throughout North America, including the acclaimed Broadway hit A Night with Janis Joplin (Tony Nomination), the spectacular Do You Hear the People Sing, Cirque Musica, Scooby Doo Live! Musical Mysteries, Erth’s Dinosaur Zoo Live and Erth’s Prehistoric Aquarium Adventure. Through its division Red Tail-Live, the company has a tremendous track record of producing and presenting live entertainment in a variety of venues, theatres, performing arts centers and arenas throughout the U.S. and Canada presenting over a hundred events annually, spanning genres from Broadway Musicals to Country and Pop, to Classic Rock, Jazz and Comedy, and featuring heritage artists such as Tony Bennett, Alan Jackson, Norah Jones, Dolly Parton, Harry Connick, Jr., The Beach Boys, Bill Maher, and Martina McBride.

About CB Entertainment

Charlie Blum is a renowned entertainment industry executive with over 40 years of experience as a major concert promoter, talent buyer, theatre executive, television producer and artist manager. He served for almost three decades as President/CEO for Chicagoland’s premier concert facility, the Star Plaza Theatre, following more than ten years as a Vice President with the Nederlander Concerts. Charlie has worked with virtually every major artist in show business, presenting thousands of concerts featuring performers like Jerry Seinfeld, Garth Brooks, Frank Sinatra, Madonna, The Jackson Five, Christina Aguilera, The Grateful Dead, Rascal Flatts, Blake Shelton, Rod Stewart and Cher. He has executive-produced four nationally released PBS television shows, most recently, the groundbreaking “Harmonies 4 Healing” with partner Connecticut Public Broadcasting. Charlie is also the host of Lakeshore Classic Movies every weekend on PBS in Chicago.

About Nickelodeon

Nickelodeon, now in its 40th year, is the number-one entertainment brand for kids. It has built a diverse, global business by putting kids first in everything it does. The company includes television programming and production in the United States and around the world, plus consumer products, digital, recreation, books and feature films. Nickelodeon’s U.S. television network is seen in more than 90 million households and has been the number-one-rated kids’ basic cable network for 22 consecutive years. For more information or artwork, visit http://www.nickpress.com. Nickelodeon and all related titles, characters and logos are trademarks of Viacom Inc. (NASDAQ: VIA, VIAB).

From Dallas Observer:

Double Dare’s Marc Summers Never Gets Tired of Hearing That He Made Your Childhood Awesome

When people see game show host and television producer Marc Summers outside of their TVs or childhood memories, he says he loves it when they come up to him, politely introduce themselves and tell him that they grew up watching him host Nickelodeon's messy kids' game show Double Dare.

"I get that every day and I love it," Summers says. "Because people grew up with it, the show had a huge influence on so many people and I find it amazing and fantastic."

Double Dare is more than 30 years old, and it's been part of the regular childhood TV diet of several generations of kids. Its multiple spinoffs, like the syndicated Super Sloppy Double Dare and Fox's prime-time version Family Double Dare and the reruns, aired long after the show's final episode. Last year, Nickelodeon brought the show back with Summers and YouTube comedy star turned TV host Liza Koshy for a whole new generation of kids and their parents who fondly remember rooting for contestants as they tried to find a flag in a giant pair of nostrils filled with neon green snot or run up the chocolate-covered slope to get to the bottom of the Sundae Slide.

The show has become such a big hit again that Nickelodeon launched a Double Dare Live tour just like the ones in the ’80s and ’90s. Summers and the game show's sets, props and obstacles are roaming all over the country to give kids and their parents a chance to win cash and prizes in their hometown. Summers' show will be in DFW on Saturday at The Theatre at Grand Prairie.

Summers says he's been trying to get Double Dare back on Nickelodeon for years. However, the tone of the network's non-animated shows shifted from rebellious kid fare like The Adventures of Pete & Pete, Clarissa Explains It All and You Can't Do That on Television to bubblegum pop comedies like iCarly, Big Time Rush and (cue shivers) Fred: The Show.

"I'd been trying to bring it back for 10 years and Nickelodeon wasn't budging on it," Summers says. "Then I saw they started thinking about picking up old shows like Blue's Clues and Clarissa and I just texted the management saying, 'Am I getting the next phone call?' And a few days later, I got an email saying, 'Give us a call.'"

Double Dare first appeared on TV schedules in 1986, starting a 10-year run that lasted long beyond its final episode in reruns. The show also helped bring the first big wave of watchers to Nickelodeon.

Summers, an Indiana native, had worked in Los Angeles as an actor, stand-up comedian and magician since the late 1970s before the network hired him to host the game show that pitted two teams of kids in a 30-minute game of trivia dares and messy physical challenges. Summers' smiling and sportive emcee style, splashy sport jackets and show-starting shouts of "On your mark, get set, go!" made him a perfect fit for the food-flinging game show that still bills itself as the messiest on television. Double Dare became one of the network's first certified hits right out of the starting gate.

"Back in the day when Nickelodeon was putting things together, they did a lot of research and found out that kids didn't have their own game show," Summers says. "They were living vicariously through their parents who were watching The Price is Right. So they decided that kids were already playing Truth or Dare on the playground back in the day and they added the mess and an obstacle course and it turned into what it turned into. Cable was in its infancy and Nick needed something to shout out big, 'Come and watch us!'"

“Cable was in its infancy and Nickelodeon needed something to shout out big, ‘Come and watch us!’ ” — Marc Summers

Double Dare also made Summers an emcee TV star. He scored guest appearances across cable TV and the networks on other game shows, hosted his own talk shows and made guest appearances on late night talk shows.

His infamous appearance on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno next to a notably cranky Burt Reynolds led to a series of verbal jabs about the late movie star's recent divorce and Summers' career before they poured mugs of water on each other and ended the bizarre segment with a pie fight and a hug.

The show's wild success prompted the first live tour to theaters where kids could get up on stage and make a mess for cash and prizes. However, the prizes they offered on the live tour weren't all that impressive, something Summers says he remarked on into his microphone at one of the live shows at which the sponsor was sitting in the audience.

"We would give away trips to Space Camp and on Fox, we were giving away cars and trips to Europe so I would say, 'If you get through obstacle No. 1, you get a box of Blow Pops and if you get through obstacle No. 2, we'll give you tickets to a movie.' And there was a sponsor that I can't name right now but it was a national sponsor who was in the audience and they didn't tell me," Summers says. "I said they would win a $10 gift certificate to this place and I looked down at the audience because I saw the Nickelodeon executives were there and I said, 'Come on, we can do better than this,' and they freaked out."

Summers says he's sure every contestant will be happy with the prizes on his current tour.

"Now we're giving away cash," he says. "People always like money."

The show also gave Summers a long-lasting television career in front of the camera as a host of shows like the long-running food documentary series Unwrapped on the Food Network and behind the camera as a producer on reality shows like Dinner: Impossible and Restaurant: Impossible. He also appears in an upcoming nature documentary series for the Discovery Channel. Summers says his son and daughter have also followed his footsteps into the TV business as a TV producer and editor, respectively.

"I'll be 68 in November, and I always feel like I've never worked a day in my life," Summers says. "I'll keep going and people seem to keep coming and I guess they'll tell me when it's time to stop."

“I'll be 68 in November, and I always feel like I've never worked a day in my life.” — Marc Summers

Nickelodeon celebrated Double Dare's 30th anniversary in 2016 and brought Summers, announcer John Harvey and co-host and production assistant Robin Russo back together for a reunion special. Nickelodeon's new management started to commission reboots of some of the show's most memorable programs, like the sitcom Clarissa Explains It All starring Melissa Joan Hart and All That, which launched the TV comedy career of Saturday Night Live star Kenan Thompson, who is an executive producer of the kids' sketch show revival, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

A new Double Dare launched in 2018 that looks and sounds just like the original show, with a theme song that pumps out guitar riffs like a semi-auto confetti cannon and a loud, color-clashing set that the fashion conscious called "cool" in the '80s. Summers says the show reaches two audiences at once now with the lively Koshy as its new host for the YouTube generation and Summers as her co-host for the adults who grew up watching him.

"It was very smart because Liza has 15 or 20 million viewers through YouTube and there's a whole generation who don't know who she is but know who I am and vice versa," Summers says. "She's very open and sweet about taking direction, and very respectful. We’re actually really good friends. She comes to me for advice and it's worked out quite well. Not anybody can just walk in and do a game show even after being trained. It ain’t that easy, but she's incredibly bright and very funny and she picked it up in a nanosecond."

The live tour that was spawned by the show's most recent success picks both kids and adults in the crowd as contestants. Summers says each live show gives him an even more unique opportunity to see how Double Dare has grown over the last 33 years.

"When we raise the curtain and they see the set for the first time, we get a huge scream and people go crazy. And then we reveal the next curtain and the obstacle course comes out," Summers says. "The thing I love about it is even though we're only bringing 60 to 70 people up, everyone walks out feeling good and feeling participatory and involved. It's fascinating."

The tour also gives Summers a chance to meet fans who now span two generations of TV watchers, he says.

"A lot of times, there will be four grown-ups and I'll say, 'Where are the kids?' and they say, 'Oh heck, we left them at home,'" Summers says. "They all have stories about how we built an obstacle course in the living room and how Mom sent me to my room for a week. Everyone has a story and it's fascinating. I'm learning on this tour the impact of this show, and it's truly fascinating to me.

"People will say, 'Oh you probably don't want to hear this.' I do want to hear it. The fact that anybody remembers is great."

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More Nick: Nick Jr. Live! "Move To The Music" U.S. Theatrical Tour To Debut Fall 2019!

Originally published: Tuesday, January 22, 2019.

Additional sources: NEPA Scene, Broadway World (II), MLive.
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Baseball

College

NAIA World Series

At Harris Field, Lewiston

Tuesday’s Results

Spring Arbor (Mich.) 8, Union (Ken.) 7

Oklahoma City 11, Embry-Riddle (Fla.) 6

Lee (Tenn.) 5, Lewis-Clark State 2

Today’s Games

Semifinals

Lewis-Clark State vs. Spring Arbor, 3 p.m.

Lee vs. Oklahoma City, 7 p.m.

Lee University 5, Lewis-Clark State 2

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Sims, Lopez (7) and Dubon; Woods, Stabelfeld (7) and Ward. W—Sims. L—Woods. Sv—Lopez.

HITS: Lee—Hutslar 3, Harr2, Warters 2, Dubon, Guy. Lewis-Clark State—Ward 3, Ashenbrenner, Benton. 2B—Harrelson Bistagne; Ward 2, Benton. HR—Warters (19).

American Legion

Tuesday’s Results

Coeur d’Alene Lakers 16, West Valley 2

Today’s Games

State feeder game 1, 3:30 p.m.; at AK Jackson field

State feeder game 2, 5:30 p.m.; at AK Jackson field

Coeur d’Alene Lakers 16, West Valley 2

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Davis, Terharr (3) and Terharr, Davis (3); Swain, Albertson (3) and Klepfer. W-Swain. L-Daivs.

HITS: West Valley-Frye 2, Wells. Coeur d’Alene-Mort, Pattis 2, Piziamo, Klatt 2, Burnside, Woodall 2, Koupal, Cummings. 2B-Frye; Klatt 2, Koupal, Cummings. 3B-Mort.

Basketball

NBA

All Times PDT

CONFERENCE FINALS

(Best-of-7)

Tuesday’s Result

L.A. Lakers 93, San Antonio 91, L.A. Lakers lead series 3-1

Today’s Game

Detroit at Boston, 5:30 p.m.

Thursday’ Game

San Antonio at L.A. Lakers, 6 p.m.

Friday’s Game

Boston at Detroit, 5:30 p.m.

Saturday’s Game

L.A. Lakers at San Antonio, 5:30 p.m., if necessary

Sunday’s Game

Detroit at Boston, 5:30 p.m., if necessary

Monday’ Game

San Antonio at L.A. Lakers, 6 p.m., if necessary

Lakers 93, Spurs 91

L.A. Lakers (93)—Radmanovic 5-8 0-0 11, Odom 4-9 8-9 16, Gasol 4-7 2-4 10, Fisher 4-7 0-0 9, Bryant 14-29 0-0 28, Walton 4-10 1-3 9, Vujacic 1-6 1-1 4, Farmar 1-6 0-0 2, Turiaf 1-3 2-2 4, Ariza 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 38-85 14-19 93.

San Antonio (91)—Bowen 3-6 0-0 7, Duncan 10-26 9-11 29, Oberto 0-0 0-0 0, Parker 8-17 7-7 23, Finley 0-2 0-0 0, Ginobili 2-8 2-2 7, Horry 0-2 2-2 2, Barry 7-14 4-4 23, Udoka 0-0 0-0 0, Thomas 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 30-75 24-26 91.

L.A. Lakers2825241693
San Antonio2324232191

3-Point Goals—L.A. Lakers 3-14 (Fisher 1-1, Radmanovic 1-4, Vujacic 1-4, Bryant 0-1, Walton 0-2, Farmar 0-2), San Antonio 7-24 (Barry 5-12, Bowen 1-3, Ginobili 1-4, Finley 0-1, Horry 0-2, Parker 0-2). Fouled Out—None. Rebounds—L.A. Lakers 56 (Bryant, Gasol 10), San Antonio 43 (Duncan 17). Assists—L.A. Lakers 17 (Gasol 6), San Antonio 22 (Parker 9). Total Fouls—L.A. Lakers 24, San Antonio 21. A—18,797 (18,797).

WNBA

All Times PDT

EASTERN CONFERENCE

WLPctGB
Detroit41.800
Conn.31.750 1/2
Indiana21.6671
Wash.22.5001 1/2
Chicago11.5001 1/2
New York12.3332
Atlanta04.0003 1/2

WESTERN CONFERENCE

WLPctGB
L.A.201.000
Minn.201.000
Seattle31.750
S.A.21.667 1/2
Sac.13.2502
Houston03.0002 1/2
Phoenix03.0002 1/2

Tuesday’s Results

Washington 80, Atlanta 74

Indiana 75, Connecticut 46

Minnesota 98, Houston 92, OT

Thursday’s Games

Los Angeles at Indiana, 4 p.m.

Minnesota at Chicago, 5 p.m.

Fever 75, Sun 46

Indiana (75)—Douglas 9-17 2-3 23, Hoffman 4-10 0-0 8, Sutton-Brown 3-8 1-4 7, White 7-19 0-0 15, Bevilaqua 1-3 2-2 5, Feaster 2-5 0-0 4, Bond 4-7 0-0 8, Bales 2-3 0-0 4, Whittington 0-1 1-2 1, Ngoyisa 0-0 0-0 0, Baker 0-0 0-2 0. Totals 32-73 6-13 75.

Connecticut (46)—Jones 2-5 0-0 4, Gardin 1-4 0-0 2, Whitmore 2-9 0-0 4, Holt 3-8 0-0 7, Whalen 4-12 5-6 13, Anderson 2-8 0-0 4, Turner 3-9 1-2 9, Raymond 0-0 1-4 1, Carey 0-1 0-0 0, Swanier 0-1 0-0 0, Gruda 1-5 0-0 2. Totals 18-62 7-12 46.

Indiana2818161375
Connecticut111315746

3-Point Goals—Indiana 5-22 (Douglas 3-11, Bevilaqua 1-2, White 1-4, Hoffman 0-1, Bond 0-2, Feaster 0-2), Connecticut 3-22 (Turner 2-5, Holt 1-4, Carey 0-1, Gardin 0-1, Whitmore 0-3, Whalen 0-3, Anderson 0-5). Fouled Out—None. Rebounds—Indiana 54 (Hoffman 13), Connecticut 43 (Jones 7). Assists—Indiana 22 (Hoffman, Douglas 5), Connecticut 11 (Whalen 5). Total Fouls—Indiana 17, Connecticut 19. Technicals—Whittington, Raymond. A—5,245 (10,000).

Lynx 98, Comets 92

Minnesota (98)—Augustus 9-18 5-6 25, Ohlde 1-7 3-4 5, Anosike 6-9 8-10 20, DeForge 7-14 4-4 19, Quinn 2-6 0-0 4, Rasmussen 4-6 0-0 8, Wiggins 4-7 0-1 9, Moore 0-2 1-2 1, Houston 0-2 0-0 0, Hayden 1-3 0-0 2, Zoll 1-1 2-2 5. Totals 35-75 23-29 98.

Houston (92)—Mabika 4-11 2-2 14, Thompson 5-15 7-8 20, Snow 4-6 0-0 8, Dixon 4-13 4-6 12, Johnson 4-6 0-1 8, Ajavon 3-7 2-2 8, Lyttle 7-11 0-0 14, Maiga 0-1 0-0 0, White 1-3 4-4 6, Williams 1-1 0-0 2. Totals 33-74 19-23 92.

Minnesota172025221498
Houston26192316892

3-Point Goals—Minnesota 5-12 (Augustus 2-4, Zoll 1-1, Wiggins 1-2, DeForge 1-3, Quinn 0-2), Houston 7-18 (Mabika 4-9, Thompson 3-7, Ajavon 0-1, Dixon 0-1). Fouled Out—Wiggins, Lyttle. Rebounds—Minnesota 45 (Augustus 9), Houston 46 (Thompson 9). Assists—Minnesota 17 (DeForge, Augustus 4), Houston 21 (White 5). Total Fouls—Minnesota 21, Houston 27. A—7,261 (5,800).

Mystics 80, Dream 74

Atlanta (74)—Castro Marques 4-10 1-1 11, Desouza 6-8 0-1 12, Lovelace-Tolbert 2-6 0-0 5, Latta 4-9 0-0 10, Lennox 10-17 3-4 29, Young 2-4 0-0 4, Feenstra 1-2 1-2 3, Nnamaka 0-0 0-0 0, Haynie 0-2 0-0 0, Little 0-3 0-0 0, Lacy 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 29-62 5-8 74.

Washington (80)—Currie 4-10 6-7 14, McWilliams-Franklin 7-12 5-6 19, Sanford 4-7 3-6 11, Beard 7-15 10-12 25, Jacobs 0-1 0-0 0, Langhorne 1-1 0-1 2, Vaughn 1-2 0-0 2, Miller 3-8 0-0 7, Gardner-Combs 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 27-57 24-32 80.

Atlanta2513181874
Washington1714262380

3-Point Goals—Atlanta 11-22 (Lennox 6-7, Latta 2-5, Castro Marques 2-5, Lovelace-Tolbert 1-2, Haynie 0-1, Little 0-1, Young 0-1), Washington 2-9 (Miller 1-2, Beard 1-5, Jacobs 0-1, Vaughn 0-1). Fouled Out—None. Rebounds—Atlanta 24 (Lennox, Lovelace-Tolbert, Desouza, Little 3), Washington 50 (McWilliams-Franklin 9). Assists—Atlanta 18 (Latta 6), Washington 15 (Beard 5). Total Fouls—Atlanta 23, Washington 13. A—6,231 (19,487).

Hockey

NHL

All Times PDT

STANLEY CUP FINALS

(Best of Seven)

Today’s Game

Detroit at Pittsburgh, 5 p.m.

Saturday’s Game

Detroit at Pittsburgh, 5 p.m.

Monday’s Game

Pittsburgh at Detroit, 5 p.m., if necessary

Wednesday’s Game

Detroit at Pittsburgh, 5 p.m., if necessary

Saturday, June 7

Pittsburgh at Detroit, 5 p.m., if necessary

Golf

Holes-in-one

DOWNRIVER GC – Scott Burr, No. 12, 218 yards, utility 3-wood.

DEER PARK GC– Derry “Swede” Ulven, No. 8, 108 yards, 8-iron.

MANITO CC— Joey Garrison, No. 5, 141 yards.

Tennis

French Open

At Stade Roland Garros, Paris.

Singles

Men, First Round

Nikolay Davydenko (4), Russia, def. Thomas Johansson, Sweden, 6-3, 6-3, 6-3.

Stanislas Wawrinka (9), Switzerland, def. Philipp Kohlschreiber, Germany, 6-3, 6-4, 6-3.

Robin Soderling, Sweden, def. Juan Monaco (13), Argentina, 6-2, 6-3, 6-1.

Mario Ancic, Croatia, def. Andreas Seppi (31), Italy, 6-2, 7-6 (1), 6-2.

Women, First Round

Svetlana Kuznetsova (4), Russia, def. Aiko Nakamura, Japan, 6-2, 6-3.

Dinara Safina (13), Russia, def. Kateryna Bondarenko, Ukraine, 6-1, 6-3.

Agnieszka Radwanska (14), Poland, def. Mariya Koryttseva, Ukraine, 6-4, 6-3.

Amelie Mauresmo (22), France, def. Olga Savchuk, Ukraine, 7-5, 4-6, 6-1.

Ai Sugiyama (31), Japan, def. Alla Kudryavtseva, Russia, 6-1, 2-6, 6-3.

Track & Field

College

Area Leaders

Inland Northwest college and open (non-high school) outdoor track and field leaders, through meets of May 25 (w-wind aided, h-hand time):

MEN

100 meters–Woods (WSU) 10.61, Murray (WSU) 10.67, Moody (WSU) 10.81, James (WSU) 10.86, Schmidt (I) 10.94. Non-D-I: Vetter (CCS) 11.00 and Holley (CCS) 11.00w.

200–Woods (WSU) 21.21, Murray (WSU) 21.40, Schmidt (I) 21.97, Butorac (EWU) 21.97w, James (WSU) 21.98. Non-D-I: Vetter (CCS) 22.09.

400–Anderson (WSU) 46.54, Follett (WSU) 47.40, Butorac (EWU) 47.66, Ulrey (EWU) 49.33, Lattin (EWU) 49.37. Non-D-I: Bofa (Whit) 49.66.

800–Tardy (I) 1:50.11, Bofa (Whit) 1:50.74, Howell (Whit) 1:51.75, Lemenager (WSU) 1:51.88, Barquero (I) 1:52.38.

1,500–Suver (EWU) 3:50.93, Concha (WSU) 3:53.38, C. Williams (WSU) 3:53.70, Smargiassi (WSU) 3:54.73, Limpf (EWU) 3:54.84. Non-D-I: Caseria (Whit) 4:01.05. Open: Roberts (unat) 3:59.07.

3,000 steeplechase–Grant (WSU) 8:51.24, Ahlbeck (WSU) 8:55.26, Blanshan (WSU) 9:28.89, Concha (WSU) 9:30.09, Potratz (I) 9:35.00. Non-D-I: Caseria (Whit) 9:36.3h. Open: Coyle (unat) 9:15.54.

5,000–Limpf (EWU) 14:09.32, Smargiassi (WSU) 14:19.39, C. Williams (WSU) 14:23.97, Geib (WSU) 14:24.27, Suver (EWU) 14:25.78. Non-D-I: Moeller (CCS) 14:48.48.

10,000–Limpf (EWU) 29:57.13, Polley (WSU) 30:12.72, Geib (WSU) 30:18.10, Moeller (CCS) 30:28.14, C. Williams (WSU) 30:41.22.

110 hurdles–R. Williams (WSU) 13.92, Dittmer (I) 13.98, J. Anderson (WSU) 14.08, Shaw (I) 14.32, E. Williams (I) 14.38. Non-D-I: Walden (CCS) 14.81.

400 hurdles–Anderson (WSU) 49.55, Leavitt (WSU) 50.82, R. Williams (WSU) 52.87, Spaun (Whit) 54.43, Walden (CCS) 54.55.

4x100 relay–Washington State 40.12, Idaho 41.56, Eastern Washington 41.93, CC Spokane 42.52, Whitworth 43.94.

4x400 relay–Washington State 3:07.47, Eastern Washington 3:15.02, Whitworth 3:18.13, Idaho 3:19.43, CC Spokane 3:22.80.

High jump–Arrivey (WSU) 7-21/2, Stelzer (Whit) 6-111/2, Edwards (CCS) 6-93/4, Praast (EWU) 6-9, Deese (WSU) 6-83/4.

Pole vault–Carpenter (I) 17-1, L. Pope (I) 16-83/4, Uhlenkott (EWU) 15-7, Grant (CCS), Brown (WSU) and Chavez (EWU) 15-1. Open: Taylor (unat) 15-1.

Long jump–E. Williams (I) 26-3/4, Moody (WSU) 24-9, Penrod (EWU) 23-21/2, Hopkins (EWU) 22-91/4w, Edwards (CCS) 22-8.

Triple jump–Holmon (I) 51-1, Zapata (WSU) 50-6w, E. Williams (I) 49-3/4, Brady (I) 48-13/4, Moore (EWU) 47-91/4w. Non-D-I: K. Williams (CCS) 46-91/2.

Shot put–Winger (I) 68-51/4, Howard (CCS) 55-81/2, Whitney (I) 53-113/4, Kintner (Whit) 53-11, MacArthur (WSU) 52-1.

Discus–Winger (I) 199-6, Whitney (I) 170-4, Howard (CCS) 164-9, Rogan (I) 161-5, Wauters (I) 160-10. Open: Lamb (unat) 204-0, Ulrick (unat) 194-9, Dixon (Bigfoot TC) 169-3.

Hammer–Mattox (I) 211-7, Wauters (I) 210-0, Rogan (I) 203-2, MacArthur (WSU) 202-10, Winger (I) 202-3. Non-D-I: J. Smith (CCS) 178-10. Open: Ruud (unat) 194-1.

Javelin–Jeffreys (WSU) 237-4, Bache (WSU) 213-5, Mettler (EWU) 207-9, Clevenger (EWU) 207-8, Kemp (Whit) 206-1. Open: Murray (Bigfoot TC) 238-8, Weidman (Bigfoot TC) 234-3, McCormick (Bigfoot TC) 228-4.

Decathlon–Moody (WSU) 7,787, Schauble (WSU) 6,785, Spaun (Whit) 6,641, Armstrong (CCS) 5,929, Lattin (EWU) 5,819.

WOMEN

100 meters–Griffey (WSU) 11.72w, James (CCS) 11.82w, Deyo (EWU) 12.18, Porter-Red (WSU) 12.25, Jensen (WSU) 12.42.

200–Griffey (WSU) 23.90w, Porter-Red (WSU) 24.16, James (CCS) 24.63w, Long (EWU) 24.87, Goodman (I) 24.94w. Open: D. Pickler (Asics) 24.49.

400–King (WSU) 55.48, Griffey (WSU) 55.96, Porter-Red (WSU) 56.00, Layman (WSU) 56.12, Rey (I) 56.65. Non-D-I: Mattila (Whit) 58.98.

800–Layman (WSU) 2:04.87, Egami (WSU) 2:11.74, DeMartini (WSU) 2:13.36, Gonzalez (WSU) 2:14.08, Paul (WSU) 2:17.68. Non-D-I: Eckstein (CCS) 2:18.29.

1,500–Egami (WSU) 4:27.45, Trane (WSU) 4:30.30, Moseley (EWU) 4:30.33, DeMartini (WSU) 4:30.71, Bridgmon (EWU) 4:32.21. Non-D-I: Eckstein (CCS) 4:37.50.

3,000 steeplechase–Leonard (WSU) 10:16.36, Trane (WSU) 10:16.75, Lawrence (WSU) 10:25.27, Lee-Painter (I) 10:37.24, Andrews (WSU) 10:49.08. Non-D-I: K. Williams (Whit) 11:31.4h.

5,000–Bridgmon (EWU) 16:33.60, Gonzalez (WSU) 16:42.91, Moseley (EWU) 16:44.09, Macalister (I) 17:32.61, VanDeBrake (WSU) 18:00.22. Non-D-I: Mayer (Whit) 18:24.54.

10,000–Bridgmon (EWU) 36:58.52, McFadden (I) 37:49.39, Mayer (Whit) 38:05.9h, Macalister (I) 39:33.23, Nickelson (EWU) 39:33.49.

100 hurdles–Gordon (I) 13.76, Bergland (I) 13.93, Jensen (WSU) 14.23, J. Williams (WSU) 14.45, Draser (I) 14.51. Non-D-I: Mattila (Whit) 15.41. Open: D. Pickler (Asics) 13.27.

400 hurdles–King (WSU) 58.39, Elseroad-Wall (WSU) 1:00.17, Frey (EWU) 1:01.71, Burt (I) 1:02.14, Mattila (Whit) 1:02.37.

4x100 relay–Washington State 45.91, Eastern Washington 46.93, CC Spokane 47.24, Idaho 47.38, Whitworth 50.62.

4x400 relay–Washington State 3:39.17, Idaho 3:51.89, Eastern Washington 3:55.35, CC Spokane 4:00.60, Whitworth 4:06.02.

High jump–Jungmark (WSU) 5-111/4, Hanson (WSU) 5-83/4, Chadez (I) 5-7, Collins (I) 5-51/4, Draser (I) 5-41/4. Non-D-I: Moss (CCS) 5-31/4. Open: D. Pickler (Asics) 5-111/2.

Pole vault–Owen (I) 14-51/4, Dahlgren (I) 13-33/4, Mays (WSU) and Huestis (WSU) and Friese (EWU) 12-11/2. Non-D-I: Harless (CCS) 11-13/4. Open: Moore (unat) 11-13/4.

Long jump–Draser (I) 19-93/4, Missouri (WSU) 19-31/4w, James (CCS) and Schuetzle (WSU) 19-2, Burt (I) and Deyo (EWU) 18-21/4. Open: D. Pickler (Asics) 20-101/2.

Triple jump–Schuetzle (WSU) 40-11/2w, Burns (WSU) 40-11/4, Missouri (WSU) 40-0w, Davis (EWU) 38-3/4, Dormaier (Whit) 37-91/2w.

Shot put–Bothum (I) 52-0, Zita (WSU) 49-1, Garberg (WSU) 47-9, Hale (I) 45-81/2, C. Hutchinson (CCS) 45-3. Open: Chaney (unat) 48-81/4.

Discus–Garberg (WSU) 175-10, C. Hutchinson (CCS) 159-10, Millard (EWU) 154-8, Bothum (I) 149-6, Hale (I) 142-6. Open: Chaney (unat) 157-5.

Hammer–Garberg (WSU) 204-9, Midles (I) 181-11, Luckenbach (EWU) 179-6, Kirley-Price (EWU) 179-1, Garcia (CCS) 160-7.

Javelin–Braun (CCS) 164-11, Tschida (WSU) 161-8, Peterson (EWU) 154-5, McCormack (WSU) 143-4, Barnett (I) 142-10.

Heptathlon–Collins (I) 4,951, Burt (I) 4,842, Draser (I) 4,768, Goodman (I) 4,686, J. Williams (WSU) 4,538. Non-D-I: Dormaier (Whit) 4,313. Open: D. Pickler (Asics) 6,190.

Regional qualifiers

Athletes from Inland Northwest colleges and area athletes from other schools who have met the qualifying standards and declared to compete in the NCAA regional competition May 30-31. Conference champions (CC) earn entry without meeting the standards. The 10,000 meters, decathlon and heptathlon are not contested at the regional level, but are filled with athletes who meet either the automatic or provisional qualifying standards. Top-five finishers in individual events and top three relay teams from regionals advance to the NCAA championships. A select number of at-large athletes who didn’t achieve those finishes will fill the national fields, based on the national descending order of performance lists.

West Regional

At Northridge, Calif.

Friday-Saturday

MEN

200–Justin Woods (WSU) 21.21.

800–Bastien Tardy (I) 1:50.11.

1,500–Laef Barnes (UCLA/Mead) 3:41.76c.

3,000 steeplechase–Alex Grant (WSU) 8:51.24, Sam Ahlbeck (WSU) 8:55.26, Rich Nelson (BYU/Shadle) 8:58.08, Justin Houck (Portland/Ferris) 9:02.82.

5,000–Paul Limpf (EWU) 14:09.32.

110 hurdles–Robert Williams (WSU) 13.92, Paul Dittmer (I) 13.98.

400 hurdles–Jeshua Anderson (WSU) 49.55, Barry Leavitt (WSU) 50.82.

4x100 relay–Washington State (Andre Jennings, Justin Woods, Jeshua Anderson, Marlon Murray) 40.12.

4x400 relay–Washington State (Barry Leavitt, Jeshua Anderson, Reny Follett, Justin Woods) 3:07.47.

High jump–Trent Arrivey (WSU) 7-21/2.

Pole vault–Mike Carpenter (I) 17-1, Lucas Pope (I/Lake City) 16-83/4.

Long jump–Elvie Williams (I) 26-3/4, Rickey Moody (WSU) 24-9.

Triple jump–David Holmon (I) 51-1, Morena Zapata (WSU) 50-6w, Cameron Moore (EWU/Ferris) 47-91/4w (CC).

Shot put–Russ Winger (I) 68-51/4, Craig Kent (Cal/CV) 58-8.

Discus–Russ Winger (I) 199-6, Craig Kent (Cal/CV) 178-10, Beau Whitney (I) 170-4.

Hammer–Marcus Mattox (I) 211-7, Matt Wauters (I) 210-0, James Rogan (I) 203-2, Phil MacArthur (WSU/Selkirk) 202-10, Jake Boling (I) 190-4.

Javelin–Jon Jeffreys (WSU/WV) 237-4, Nathan Bache (WSU) 213-5, Aaron Mettler (EWU) 207-9, John Clevenger (EWU) 207-8, Kyle Hook (I) 206-0.

WOMEN

800–Anna Layman (WSU/CV) 2:04.87, Nikki Codd (NAU/Mead) 2:09.01.

1,500–Lisa Egami (WSU) 4:27.45.

3,000 steeplechase–Megan Leonard (WSU) 10:16.36, Sara Trane (WSU) 10:16.75, Collier Lawrence (WSU) 10:25.27, Allix Lee-Painter (I/Moscow) 10:37.24, Amanda Andrews (WSU) 10:49.08.

5,000–Maddie Bridgmon (EWU) 16:33.60, Isley Gonzalez (WSU) 16:42.91, Camille Moseley (EWU) 16:44.09.

100 hurdles–Christie Gordon (I) 13.76.

400 hurdles–Lorraine King (WSU) 58.39., Veronica Elseroad-Wall (WSU) 1:00.17.

High jump–Ebba Jungmark (WSU) 5-111/4, McKinnon Hanson (WSU) 5-83/4.

Pole vault–Melinda Owen (I) 14-51/4, K.C. Dahlgren (I) 13-33/4.

Long jump–Alice Draser (I) 19-93/4, Erin Bell (ISU/Lakeland) 19-43/4 (CC)

Shot put–Mykael Bothum (I) 52-0, Jessica Zita (WSU) 49-1.

Discus–Kate Hutchinson (USC/Pullman) 178-1, McKenzie Garberg (WSU) 175-10, Bonnie Millard (EWU/Priest River) 154-8 (CC).

Hammer–McKenzie Garberg (WSU) 204-9, Gabby Midles (I) 181-11, Nicole Luckenbach (EWU) 179-6, Erica Kirley-Price (EWU) 179-1.

Javelin–Marissa Tschida (WSU) 161-8, Amanda Peterson (EWU) 154-5, Jasmine McCormack (WSU) 143-4, Anne Barnett (I) 142-10.

Midwest Regional

At Lincoln, Neb.

Friday-Saturday

MEN

Shot put–David Lissy (Air Force/Sandpoint) 56-4.

Discus–David Lissy (Air Force/Sandpoint) 173-1.

Fish counts

The upstream movement of Chinook, steelhead and shad at Columbia and Snake River Dams on 10/4 and year-to-date totals:

SiteChinookSteelheadShad
Bonneville1320917916
Year totals119076390339729
The Dalles74923527
Year totals8842013935456
John Day63816n/a
Year totals744743235n/a
McNary78820
Year totals5764224568
Priest Rapids
Year totals80651090
Wells
Year totals520124n/a
Ice Harbor
Year totals3803231720
L.Monumental47900
Year totals3443940270
Little Goose15641n/a
Year totals291912654n/a
Lower Granite184620
Year totals2471377460

Moves

BASEBALL

American League

DETROIT TIGERS—Placed OF Gary Sheffield on the 15-day DL. Recalled 1B Jeff Larish from Toledo (IL).

NEW YORK YANKEES—Signed 1B Ben Broussard to a minor league contract.

TORONTO BLUE JAYS—Activated SS David Eckstein from the 15-day DL. Optioned INF Hector Luna to Syracuse (IL).

National League

ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS—Placed OF Eric Byrnes on the 15-day DL. Recalled OF Alex Romero from Tucson (PCL).

CINCINNATI REDS—Purchased the contract of OF Jay Bruce from Louisville (IL). Designated 1B Scott Hatteberg for assignment.

MILWAUKEE BREWERS—Agreed to terms with RHP Julian Tavarez. Optioned LHP Zach Jackson to Nashville (PCL).

PITTSBURGH PIRATES—Activated SS Jack Wilson from the 15-day DL. Optioned SS Brian Bixler to Indianapolis (IL).

American Association

FORT WORTH CATS—Released LHP Kelly Shearer and RHP Wayne Hedden.

SIOUX CITY EXPLORERS—Signed OF Geoff Wagner.

FOOTBALL

National Football League

CAROLINA PANTHERS—Re-signed CB Curtis Deloatch.

DENVER BRONCOS—Agreed to terms with RB Michael Pittman.

GREEN BAY PACKERS—Named Reggie McKenzie director of football operations, Eliot Wolf and Tim Terry assistant directors of pro personnel, Richmond Williams college scout and Jon-Eric Sullivan area scout.

MINNESOTA VIKINGS—Signed LB Brannon Carter and WR Daniel Davis.

NEW ORLEANS SAINTS—Signed LB Chris Graham, LB William Kershaw and DB Tuff Harris.

NEW YORK JETS—Signed RB Musa Smith.

SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS—Waived LB Ezra Butler.

WASHINGTON REDSKINS—Acquired DE Erasmus James from Minnesota for a conditional seventh-round draft pick. Released DE Dorian Smith.

Canadian Football League

MONTREAL ALOUETTES—Signed WR Peter Warrick, DB Paul Woldu and OF Julius Orieukwu

WINNIPEG BLUE BOMBERS—Signed OL Bruce McCaleb, DB Willie Amos, CB Josh Lay, WR Kerry Johnson and DB Steven Holness.

Arena Football League

ARIZONA RATTLERS—Released DB Terrance Joseph.

COLUMBUS DESTROYERS—Waived OL Cody Douglas

KANSAS CITY BRIGADE—Signed QB Quincy Carter. Waived QB Matt Kohn.

ORLANDO PREDATORS—Waived WR-LB Ron Johnson.

TAMPA BAY STORM—Signed WR Henry Douglas.

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STOCKTON LIGHTNING—Fired Doug Murray, coach. Named Chad Carlson interim coach.

HOCKEY

National Hockey League

COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS—Acquired D Jonathan Sigalet from Boston for the rights to LW Matt Marquardt.

WASHINGTON CAPITALS—Re-signed RW Matt Bradley to a three-year contract.

COLLEGE

NCAA—Named Brian Gordon swimming and diving secretary-rules editor.

ALBRIGHT—Named Dave Walberg sports information director.

BATES—Named Pat Cosquer men’s and women’s squash coach.

BIRMINGHAM-SOUTHERN—Named Stephanie VanBrakle softball coach.

COLLEGE OF NEW JERSEY—Announced the retirement of Joe Camillone, athletic trainer.

EVANSVILLE—Named Misty Murphy women’s basketball coach.

FLORIDA ATLANTIC—Named Mike Jarvis men’s basketball coach.

GEORGETOWN—Announced basketball G Jeremiah Rivers will transfer to Indiana.

HAMILTON—Named Erin Reding women’s volleyball coach.

IDAHO STATE—Named Seton Sobolewski women’s basketball coach

MEMPHIS—Named Danielle O’Banion women’s assistant basketball coach.

MINNESOTA—Dismissed sophomore KR Harold Howell from the football team for academic reasons.

NOTRE DAME—Named Anthony Solomon men’s assistant basketball coach.

MASSACHUSETTS-LOWELL—Named Shawn McEachern assistant hockey coach.

MONTANA—Named Gina Schmidt and Kandice Kelly women’s volleyball assistants.

ST. CLOUD STATE—Named Ian Shoemaker co-offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach.

TEXAS STATE—Promoted Patrick Henry from women’s assistant basketball coach to associate head coach.

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          5th Circuit Orders Relief Reconsideration After $1 Jury Verdict In Bias Suit      Comment   Translate Page      
NEW ORLEANS - A trial court must reconsider its denial of reinstatement for an employee who convinced a jury that she had been the victim of bias on the job as the court incorrectly considered two factors when denying that form of prospective relief after the jury awarded the plaintiff $1, a Fifth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals panel ruled March 26 (Sheaneter J. Bogan v. MTD Consumer Group, Incorporated, No. 17-60697, 5th Cir., 2019 U.S. App. LEXIS 9006).
          5th Circuit: Fired LSU Prof Sued Wrong Parties In Facial Challenge Of Policies      Comment   Translate Page      
NEW ORLEANS - A former university professor who sued following her termination failed to show that her speech at school was protected or that she sued the appropriate parties when challenging the school's sexual harassment policies, a Fifth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals panel ruled March 22 (Teresa Buchanan v. F. King Alexander, et al., No. 18-30148, 5th Cir., 2019 U.S. App. LEXIS 8729).
          2019 SkS Weekly Climate Change & Global Warming News Roundup #15      Comment   Translate Page      
A chronological listing of news articles posted on the Skeptical Science Facebook Page during the past week, i.e., Sun, Apr 7 through Sat, Apr 13, 2019

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The world could transition entirely to cheap, safe renewable energy before 2050: Finnish study

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A study from the Lappeenranta University of Technology (LUT) and the Energy Watch Group (EWG) from Germany says a global transition to the exclusive use of renewable energy is possible before 2050. (iStock) 

A global transition to the exclusive use of renewable energy sources is not only possible but also cheaper and safer than reliance on fossil fuels and nuclear energy, according to a new study from the Lappeenranta University of Technology (LUT) and the Energy Watch Group (EWG) from Germany.

The study claims that the rapid development of renewable energy sources and energy storage technology will likely make it possible for the entire planet to reduce its CO2 emissions to zero even earlier than the current 2050 deadline.

The report is the first of its kind to suggest a cost-effective, all-inclusive, global roadmap to keep average global warming at 1.5 degrees Celsius. It is also the first planet-wide climate change resistance plan that suggests not using carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) techniques to mechanically remove CO2 from the atmosphere.

According to the model, in 2050 some 69 percent of the world’s energy would come from solar panels, 18 percent from wind power, 3 percent from hydropower systems and 6 percent from bioenergy.

Fossil fuels and nuclear power would not be needed at all. Cars, planes and ships would run on carbon-neutral synthetic fuels produced from hydrogen and carbon dioxide.

The world could transition entirely to cheap, safe renewable energy before 2050: Finnish study, Yle News (Finland), Apr 12, 2019 


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          Youth pastor ‘lavished’ her with gifts, asked her to his hotel room. She was 13.      Comment   Translate Page      
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          Falcons agree to 1-year deal with former Saints DT Davison      Comment   Translate Page      

FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. (AP) — The Atlanta Falcons continued to bolster their defensive line by agreeing to terms on a one-year contract with tackle Tyeler Davison. Davison started 12 of 14 games with the New Orleans Saints last season and had two sacks with 23 tackles. The addition Saturday comes after the Falcons signed defensive […]
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Big Q covers the Pels latest news items heading into the off season. Call in number SuBSCRIBE TO OUR PELICAN POSTGAME REPORT ON YOUTUBE (...)
          Voodoo Music Festival Announces 2010 Lineup      Comment   Translate Page      

The post Voodoo Music Festival Announces 2010 Lineup is published on LIVE music blog.

The lineup for the Voodoo Music Experience was just announced. Experience, festival, whatever — it’s a music festival. The annual music experience festival has tapped Muse, Ozzy Osbourne and Weezer to head up the lineup set for New Orleans on Halloween weekend. Read on for the full massive list of artists set to play. There’s [...]

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          Lively leads Omaha to 4-3 win over New Orleans      Comment   Translate Page      
PAPILLION, Neb. (AP) -- Ben Lively allowed just two hits over five innings, leading the Omaha Storm Chasers over the New Orleans Baby Cakes in a 4-3 win in the … Click to Continue »
          Lively carries Omaha to 2-0 win over New Orleans      Comment   Translate Page      
PAPILLION, Neb. (AP) -- Ben Lively tossed a one-hit shutout, leading the Omaha Storm Chasers to a 2-0 win over the New Orleans Baby Cakes on Friday. Ben Lively struck … Click to Continue »
          Welcome to the Gayle Benson & David Griffin Era      Comment   Translate Page      
In case a pelican snatched your phone, some pretty big stuff happened on Friday afternoon. ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski reported that Danny Ferry was removing himself from the Pels’ GM interview process, and only minutes later, broke the news that New Orleans will be hiring David Griffin to be the Executive VP of Basketball Operations. Make no […]
          MOTOGP 2019 A AUSTIN : MARQUEZ SEPT SUR SEPT      Comment   Translate Page      
Le Texas est un pays incroyablement violent dans ses moeurs (des guerres indiennes à l’assassinat de Kennedy…) et aussi dans son climat, on se souvient de ces ouragans à répétition dont l’un avait détruit New Orleans. Finalement cela aurait beaucoup plu au philosophe Montesquieu qui dans sa théorie des climats voyait les moeurs d’une nation […]
          Madisonville barge manufacturing to return in $7.5M expansion - New Orleans CityBusiness      Comment   Translate Page      
Madisonville barge manufacturing to return in $7.5M expansion  New Orleans CityBusiness

Arcosa Marine is reopening idle barge manufacturing operations in Madisonville in an expansion project that will create 149 jobs. The company is making a $7.5 ...


          New Orleans Art, Canal Street Photo, NOLA Streetcar, New Orleans Photography, Wall Art, French Quarter, Travel Print "NOLA Nights" by EyePoetryPhotography      Comment   Translate Page      

30.00 USD

Original New Orleans photography print of a streetcar riding down Canal Street at dusk. Photographed with a tilt-shift lens to create a dream-like mood.

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This listing is for an unmatted and unframed open edition print that is created from an original image taken by me. This fine art photograph will be printed on professional acid-free photographic paper using archival inks that will resist fading for 100+ years. The paper has a lustre finish, which has beautifully saturated colors, a subtle texture, and a slight sheen without being glossy. Prints that are shipped from Montreal are signed on the back.

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          Randy Jackson Net Worth      Comment   Translate Page      

Randy Jackson may be the leader of prog metallic experts Zebra. Jackson was raised in New Orleans hearing the Beatles and Led Zeppelin. As a teenager, he joined an area band known as Shepherd’s Bush. Jackson quickly required frontman Felix Hanneman and created another group with Californian drummer Man Gelso. A 12 months later on, …

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          foxnews      Comment   Translate Page      
Retired New Orleans Saints tight end Benjamin Watson is helping his community by assisting in the rebuilding of three churches that were ruined in arson attacks.
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LA-New Orleans, Salary: $16.15 to $18.70 per hour If you like to be organized and pay close attention to even minor details, Accountemps has an open position for a Billing Clerk that could fit you well. This Billing Clerk opening is with an organization in the New Orleans, Louisiana area and is a short-term temporary position. This Billing Clerk position will require the candidate to review bills and perform data
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LA-New Orleans, Salary: $14.00 to $15.00 per hour Accountemps currently has an on-going opportunity for a Patient Account Representative/Customer Service with one of our thriving clients located in New Orleans, Louisiana. In this role you will be responsible for account resolution, assisting patients with understanding billing statements, correcting errors in calculation and generating refund requests. If you are
          Kanlı Sokaklar türkçe dublaj izle      Comment   Translate Page      
Özeti:Film katrina kasırgası sonrasında New Orleans’da kanunsuzluğa karşı mücadele eden iki polis memurunun birbirleriyle ilişkisini anlatmaktadır.. Kanlı Sokaklar (Streets Of Blood) filmini sitemizde online türkçe dublajlı olarak izleyebilirsiniz.
          Historic Travel US - A Southern Kaleidoscope 2      Comment   Translate Page      
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Experience the thrill of the Mardi Gras carnival as seen only in New Orleans, the fascinating waterfront in enchanting Florida and the pathos of the homeless in Greater St. Louis in this fascinating video. The origins of Mardi Gras or "Fat Tuesday" can be traced to medieval Europe. Long before Mardi Gras was introduction to America, ancient Romans were celebrating Lupercalia, a circus like festival not entirely unlike the Mardi Gras we are familiar with today. When Rome embraced Christianity, Christian leaders thought it better to retain some of the pagan festivals instead of abolishing them completely. Thus, Mardi Gras was slated as a carnival time that preceded the penance of Lent, and justifiably labeled as a Christian festival.

It was the French explorer Iberville who brought Mardi Gras to America in 1699. Thus, Mardi Gras came to New Orleans through its French heritage in the same year. Throughout the years, the city of New Orleans added to the celebration by establishing krewes (organizations) which host parades and balls. The Carnival quickly became an exciting holiday for both children and adults.

          Fearless Sigil Garden Flag by MickieMuellerStudio      Comment   Translate Page      

20.00 USD

This Fearless garden flag to bring blessings to your home!

It says Fearless at the bottom, if you want we can add a personal message for you at the top also, just select "Fearless and Custom" from the dropdown menu and tell us what you want it to say in the "Note to Seller" at checkout.

I sketched the sigil that I've used on this coffee mug during my 2018 trip to New Orleans. This vision of this was fueled by the positive energy that filled the whole weekend; the intention of this design is to fill your life with magic and live fearlessly in the moment. Being true to yourself is the best psychic shield from negativity in the universe. I'm calling it "Fearless!"

How can you use a garden flag to blow magic into your life? Here's a blog post all about it including a garden flag blessing! Just copy the link below and paste into your browser: http://mickiemuellerart.blogspot.com/2012/07/magic-of-flags-blowing-intentions-in.html

Printed right in my studio and hand pressed onto long wearing, mildew resistant polyester fabric, each garden flag has a channel in the top that allows you to display it outside using your favorite flagpole.

This flag is flowing, lightweight and printed on one side. When sunlight shines through and the image can be enjoyed on the back as well. It measures 12 inches wide x 18 inches


          On the Rag, Vol. 550      Comment   Translate Page      
A weekly look at what's making news in the gay magazines:


HotSpots (South Florida): Meet master baker Charles Laurent








Between the Lines (Detroit): Retirement made LGBTQ-friendly










Gloss (San Francisco): Your wet dream


Lavender (Minnesota): Dining out for life









Man About Town: A guy for everyone!

          Louisiana churches are rebuilding after fires and this ex-NFL player wants people to know how they can help      Comment   Translate Page      
The former NFL tight end may have retired from the New Orleans Saints but these days, he's repping his community in other ways.

          La. churches rebuilding after fires      Comment   Translate Page      

Benjamin Watson may have retired from the New Orleans Saints, but these days, he's repping his community in other ways.

The former NFL tight end spread the word about fundraising efforts for the three historically black churches that burned down in Louisiana's St. Landry Parish in recent weeks.

St. Mary Baptist Church in Porte Barre was set on fire March 26, followed by the Greater Union Baptist Church in Opelousas on April 2 and Mount Pleasant Baptist Church on April 4.

Authorities arrested 21-year-old Holden Matthews in connection with the fires.

Watson sent out a tweet with an address and GoFundMe page where people interested in helping the churches rebuild can send donations.

"It is imperative that we show this community and the entire country that these types of acts do not represent who we are. And most importantly as the body of Christ, we suffer along side our brothers and sisters whenever tragedy, persecution or loss happens," Watson wrote on Twitter.

According to the page, the GoFundMe campaign is an initiative of the Seventh District Baptist Association, a group of about 60 Baptist churches in Southwest Louisiana, including the three churches affected by the fires.

"All of your generous donations will be disbursed equally among all three churches for not only rebuilding their sanctuaries, but for the purchase of all necessities lost in the fires, including pews, sound system, musical instruments, etc.," the GoFundMe page reads.

The campaign had raised more than $25,000 as of Saturday evening.

Church leaders were optimistic about rebuilding and were ready to help their communities start healing.

"It started off a dark moment in our lives, but with the rebuilding process you're going to see some things ... that are going to be very bright for our churches," Mount Pleasant Baptist Church Pastor Gerald Toussaint said.

In the meantime, congregants have been attending services in churches nearby.

"Now, my concern is when do we get back to normal," Harry Richard, pastor of Greater Union Baptist Church, told CNN affiliate KLFY. "When do we put our church family back in their home?"

CNN's Christina Maxouris, Samira Said and Josh Campbell contributed to this report.


          The Perfect Date filming locations: Where was it shot?      Comment   Translate Page      
Laura Marano and Noah Centineo in The Perfect Date
Netflix’s new romance-comedy film The Perfect Date, which recently premiered on the streaming platform, was filmed in New Orleans, Louisiana. The Perfect Date is based on the novel The Stand-In by Steve Bloom. Filming of the movie began in March 2018 and was directed by Chris Nelson, with the screenplay […]

          NCIS: New Orleans season 5 episode 22 spoilers: ‘Chaos Theory’      Comment   Translate Page      

As we get closer to the end of NCIS: New Orleans season 5 episode 22, the stakes are going to rise, clearly, in a wide array of different ways.

The post NCIS: New Orleans season 5 episode 22 spoilers: ‘Chaos Theory’ appeared first on CarterMatt.


          New Pelicans' GM David Griffin helped us preview the playoffs in this interview      Comment   Translate Page      
To preview the NBA playoffs, we hopped on the phone with David Griffin, a former Turner Sports NBA analyst who, as of Friday, is the Executive VP of Basketball Operations for the New Orleans Pelicans. This interview was conducted one day before news of that hire broke. “The vast majority of the jobs
          New Pelicans' GM David Griffin has a decision to make about Anthony Davis      Comment   Translate Page      
The first order of business for David Griffin, the new chief of the New Orleans Pelicans, will be finding a home for Anthony Davis. It was AD's midseason trade request via his agent Rich Paul that wrecked a pair of franchises and left a trail of collateral damage in its wake. Griff was hired to trade
          AP sources: Pelicans hiring former Cavs GM Griffin      Comment   Translate Page      
NEW ORLEANS -  The Pelicans have reached an agreement in principle to make former Cleveland Cavaliers general manager David Griffin New Orleans' new executive vice president of basketball operations, three people familiar with the situation said Friday. The people spoke to The Associated Press on
          Experienced Structural Steel Welder/Fitter - Banker Steel Co, LLC - Lynchburg, VA      Comment   Translate Page      
We build high profile work such as Barclays Arena (Brooklyn), VA Hospital (New Orleans), and Orlando Performing Arts Center....
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           Comment on Turley to Receive James Madison Award at UVU by Jean Lafitte (@loupgarous)       Comment   Translate Page      
It's "Herr Lafitte" - my namesake, the privateer Jean Lafitte, helped Andrew Jackson win the Battle of New Orleans in 1815 when his ships were Jackson's naval force and mobile artillery reserve against the British. And if you had a point, you didn't make it..
          New Orleans Delays New MSY Airport… Again - Simple Flying      Comment   Translate Page      
New Orleans Delays New MSY Airport… Again  Simple Flying

The City of New Orleans and the New Orleans Aviation Board delayed the opening of the city's new airport – yet again. The entirely new Louis Armstrong New ...


          AP sources: Pelicans hiring former Cavs GM Griffin      Comment   Translate Page      
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — The Pelicans have reached an agreement in principle to make former Cleveland Cavaliers general manager David Griffin New Orleans' new executive vice president of basketball operations, three people familiar with the situation said Friday. The people spoke to The Associated Press
          Womens BOSTON TERRIER sweatshirt long sleeve pullover shirt-- american apparel S M L -- by handjobdesign      Comment   Translate Page      

24.00 USD

Womens tri blend Boston terrier with glasses raglan pullover sweater by American Apparel. Made with super lightweight fabric, printed with eco friendly soft ink.



Women's Contemporary Fit -Has shorter length

50% polyester (6.25% recycled), 38% cotton (6.25% organic), 12% rayon

Our size chart recommendations are based on the actual height, weight, dress size, chest and waist size from our customer's input. We've washed our sample sizes multiple times to come up with this chart, so if you follow it, you'll be all set, and super happy that you did!




SIZE MED----Height 5'5-5'7----Weight 150----Dress size 8----Chest 36"----Waist 30"----

SIZE LG----Height 5'8-5'10 ----Weight 160----Dress size 10----Chest 39"----Waist 32"----




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Once we process your order, you receive an email from us with a USPS tracking number.

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          Mens unisex T-shirt - CARPE DIEM -- sizes sm med lg xl xxl by handjobdesign      Comment   Translate Page      

15.99 USD

We screen print all of our designs as ordered, in all sizes.

We print on super soft t shirts like American Apparel and Next Level for sizes sm-xxl.

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Here is a size chart breakdown to help you with picking the right one. Please call our store in New Orleans if you would like to talk with one of our sales associates about fit, etc. 504-862-5909

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XL----- chest size 46-48 inches,
XXL----- chest size 48-50 inches,



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          Ugly Christmas Sweater t shirt -- Cats jumping women's -- S M L XL XXL by handjobdesign      Comment   Translate Page      

16.98 USD

This super comfy shirt is printed by with super soft ink, and looks just like a knitted Christmas sweater.

The kelly one is made of 60/40 cotton/poly
Polyester retains shape and elasticity; Cotton lends both comfort and durability.

The forest green is made of 100% cotton by American Apparel so will shrink one size, so BUY UP one size.

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wall of good

record stores I have loved:

criminal records, atlanta
wax-n-facts, atlanta
mississippi records, portland 
jackpot records, portland
everybody's records, cincinnati
wuxtry, athens
wuxtry, atlanta
peaches records, new orleans

(spent some time at wuxtry today)
(happy record store day, y'all)
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  1. Two-Day Severe Weather Event Including A Tornado Risk  Firsthand Weather
  2. A severe storm system is coming: Here's how to prepare  11Alive.com WXIA
  3. Tornado Watch issued for several counties in Alabama  WVTM13
  4. Strong thunderstorms bear down on New Orleans area; tornado watch issued in Tammany  NOLA.com
  5. From Texas to Georgia, South braces for storms and potential tornadoes  KY3
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          Tommy, NO has more drug-related deaths than homicides      Comment   Translate Page      
Tommy talks to WWL-TV reporter Meg Farris about a new report that New Orleans had more drug-related deaths than homicides.
          Tommy, more controversy over Confederate monuments in New Orleans      Comment   Translate Page      
The group Take 'Em Down Nola wants to rename streets, schools, and even hospitals in New Orleans, saying they're named after white supremacists. What do you think?
          Tommy, should the legal BAC limit be lowered to .05?      Comment   Translate Page      
Tommy talks to Dr. James Diaz. Professor of Public Health at LSU Health New Orleans School of Public Health, about blood alcohol content and how our bodies metabolize alcohol.
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Melba (Fortune') Martinez, born in New Orleans, Louisiana, passed away quietly and peacefully on April 3, 2019, leaving a legacy that will be...
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著者名:John Grisham/出版社名:BANTAM DELL/発売日:2011年/1,555 円(税込)/送料無料/内容:In this #1 "New York Times" bestseller, now available in a tall Premium Edition, a young boy is inadvertently present at the bizarre suicide of a New Orleans defense attorney on the eve of the biggest trial of his career. Reissue.
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Tick Cooper
by
John Vance
YA & Adult Historical Fiction
Publisher: Black Opal Books
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“I swear by everything I ever owned that my adventure will be the honest truth—even if I had to tell a few lies along the way to get to the meaning of that truth.” So promises Tick Cooper, a twelve year old Ohio boy who’s about to accompany his Uncle Ned down the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers to New Orleans. It’s the autumn of 1860, right before the election that will send Abraham Lincoln to the White House. With his mother deceased and his father having deserted him for the chance of gold in California, Tick has been most fortunate to receive the care and love of his father’s older brother and his wife—Aunt Clara. Although she has recently passed away, she and Uncle Ned have educated the boy about living a good and proper life. But Tick hasn’t had much of a chance to put what he’s learned into practice—nor to face the moral challenges every young person will face as he or she grows up. But the river journey will provide plenty of those experiences and tests of character. Yet, reaching New Orleans does not conclude the lessons and challenges, for there Tick witnesses a slave auction, and on the block is a thirteen-year-old freed black girl named Clarissa, whom Tick had briefly met in Ohio. Now Tick faces his most significant challenge. Can he help get Clarissa back to Ohio all the way from New Orleans?


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There I was jumping from the top of one tree to another. It wasn’t exactly as if I was flying, because I had to land on the top branch of each tree, but it sure felt like flying. Geese were following me and honking away like they were trying to warn me about something. But when I decided to forget about the tree tops and just fly, I fell hard to the ground thirty feet below and started rolling down the side of a hill while I was hiding my face in a pillow. I kept feeling the feathers from the goose down pillow sticking out and poking my cheeks and the side of my neck. Try as I might, I couldn’t pull that pillow off my face and it got to be stained with the blood coming out of me. But I kept rolling and rolling until I was stopped by something firm but soft. But by the time I finally pulled the pillow away from my face to see what or who had stopped me, I woke up and I never found out. That happens to me in dreams a lot. Wish it didn’t, though. What woke me up was my Uncle Ned telling me it was time to leave our house and get on the train to Cincinnati where we would get aboard the steamboat the St. Paul and head down to New Orleans. I was about to leave on the greatest adventure of my life. I swear by everything I ever owned that it will be the honest truth—even if I had to tell a few lies along the way to get to the meaning of that truth. Uncle Ned shouted from the front porch of our house in Oxford, Ohio, “Time to catch the train, Tick.” That’s my name—Tick—Tick Cooper. Or what they’ve always called me anyways. Uncle Ned said I’d always remember this day as long as I lived, but I still wrote it down when we got on the train in Hamilton so I’d be sure never to forget— “November the 1st, 1860.” We would ride some thirty-five miles to Cincinnati, the 2 largest city in the whole state. I’d a been on the train only once before—when the railway first opened, when I was six. But what gets a boy excited when he’s six and what gets him excited at twelve are quite different things—so this time I acted all grown up like I’d ridden the railroad every week. I didn’t jump around and bother Uncle Ned the way I did the first time. Even so, it was still pretty special chugging along in such high style. Nothing much happened on the train for the first twenty miles or so, but two more passengers got on and right afterward I heard some commotion going on in front of where we were sitting. “I say that’s my seat you’re sitting in. Get out of it now.” The man who said that was an elderly gent who looked like he had gotten into many tough scrapes in his life. He had long white hair and side whiskers, but what I grabbed my attention most was his scarred-up face. It looked like someone had dug trenches on his cheeks and above his right eye. And he seemed much bigger and stronger than men as old as he was. He was talking to a boy who looked younger than me—maybe nine or ten. The boy was in the seat by himself and was just too scared to say anything back. “You had better come up with a good reason why you took my seat or I’ll rip your nose right off your face, boy.” Because Uncle Ned had fallen asleep, it was up to me to do something. I just had to be sure that boy kept his nose on where it was, so I ran up to the man. “Excuse me, mister. My brother here is in the wrong seat. Come on, Ben. Your seat is back with us.” That boy almost flew out of the seat and headed to the back of the train car. “Excuse my brother, mister. He doesn’t hear well and sometimes I have to tell him things twice.” I turned and walked back to my seat, expecting that that white-haired old devil would 3 grab me and try to take my nose off. But he didn’t say or do anything. He just grunted and sat in the seat I guess he always sat in when he rode on that train. I found out that Ben’s real name was Peter Butler and that he was put on the train by his grandpap so he could take a steamboat from Cincinnati to Pittsburgh, where his mother, father, and baby sister had just settled in a house. I told him I’d look out for him until we reached Cincinnati, where his grandpap’s brother lived and would take him in for the night. We talked about the man with the scars on his face—I mean we talked softly so we wouldn’t wake Uncle Ned or let that old buzzard hear us. I told Peter that some folks believe they really own whatever they use often—cups, chairs, and such--and that it’s easy for someone big to get what they want from someone smaller, who can’t do anything about it. And if that big someone is also real ugly, it’s all the easier. When I told Peter my name, he wanted to know if I was born with it. I told him that when I was born my father named me John Polk Cooper, but those first two names never really suited me much. It was Aunt Clara who first called me “Tick” because when I was a baby I used to burrow into the blanket like a tick into a dog’s back. But the name really stuck when I started running around and hiding in bushes, old dead trees, and holes in the ground. I also like the sound of Tick Cooper better than John Cooper or John Polk Cooper any day of the week. One of my teachers said that Tick Cooper wasn’t as easy to pronounce as John or John Polk Cooper, because the first name ended with a “k” sound and the second name began with the same sound. But she was educated and I guess those things matter to those kinds of folks. Ben said that Polk was a funny name to be stuck with—and it was, but from what Uncle Ned told me I got my middle name because of the then president of the United States, James Polk, who they say kicked the Mexicans out of Texas and took it for the 4 United States. Uncle Ned said that my father thought Polk did the right thing, but from what Uncle Ned also told me, my father once shot a man in the leg who claimed that the twelve feet at the very back of my father’s land rightfully belonged to him. They say the man showed my father the papers, but my father shot him anyways, saying that it was the law that those who live on the land and cultivate it have all right to it. I guess old President Polk never heard of that law when he took Texas. So since I was born on March 3, 1848, I got stuck with a Polk between my first and last names. If I was born three years ago my name would have been John Buchanan Cooper, which was wore then the name I had. As Aunt Clara used to say, “Thank heaven for small favors.” When the train stopped in Cincinnati, we waited until the foul-looking man left the train car before we did. Uncle Ned woke up and finally met Peter, who thanked me for helping him and waited until he saw his grandpap’s brother before getting off the train. I wished he was going to New Orleans instead of Pittsburgh, because I knew I’d never see him again, but my Aunt Clara used to say that the older you get the more often folks would come in and then out of your life—sometimes on the very same day. Aunt Clara. I guess I forgot to say that she was Uncle Ned’s wife and was always like a mother to me, since my own mother died when I wasn’t yet two years old. I’m still very sad that Aunt Clara got real sick and died a few months back. The day before we left Oxford, we went to see her grave at the Old Yard Cemetery. Uncle Ned had been going there every week since she died, but he never made me go with him. I just did it on my own every few weeks or so, but it was more to be with Uncle Ned because I really wanted to go. Not that I’m afraid to visit the graves of all those dead people. I’ve been there after the sun went down with three of my friends and was the very last to run out of there, which won me the wool cap we found snagged on a tree limb the day before. 5 Anyway--at her grave, Uncle Ned told Aunt Clara that he’d be going away for a spell and he’d be thinking of her all the time. He also told her that he’d be taking me with him. She was so good to me—she really was. As soon as we got off the train, we heard a noise on the wooden platform—a kind of “ker-thump” every several second or so, so we looked around and saw a man who looked like he hadn’t shaved his whiskers in a hundred years limping along with a wooden crutch under his arm, which he dragged as he took a step with his good leg. Good leg? I should have said only leg! Uncle Ned reached in his pocket for a coin or two, which he liked to do whenever he saw someone who couldn’t walk or see too well. So I reached in mine and pulled out one of my two new Indian head pennies. My other one was back in my room at home, but I always carried one of them with me for good luck. But when I looked at the coin, I wanted to think that Uncle Ned’s contribution would be enough that the one-legged old soul wouldn’t hold it against me if I jammed my lucky coin back in my pocket. I sure didn’t want to be without luck on my grand adventure to New Orleans. But I didn’t think or act fast enough because the next thing I knew I had put my Indian head penny in the man’s hand. He closed his old fist around it, and I felt like I dropped my hunting rifle down a well. My stomach became as heavy as a cannon ball, and my throat felt as dry as if I had swallowed a campfire. Being charitable isn’t always “its own reward,” as Aunt Clara used to say. The poor man had only limped about ten feet away when two men in fancy clothes, with new top hats and walking sticks came up behind him and started laughing and pointing at his crutch. I guess these were men because they were dressed in all high fancy, but they acted like boys not much older than me. The one in the striped pants took his walking stick and swung it like he was chopping at a low limb and knocked the 6 crutch out from under the old man, who fell to the platform before I could take get close enough to break his fall. Those two dandified gents both burst out laughing as the old man let out one of them painful old man’s screeches, with a whistling sound—probably because he lacked some front teeth. The coins he had gotten from me, Uncle Ned, and some other kindly folks were scattered all over the platform. And then you know what those two popinjays did? They threw down several coins themselves! I couldn’t believe it. I guess they paid for the right to hurt the old man. Or maybe they did it to make sure their consciences wouldn’t bother them none. Uncle Ned told me once that some folks believe they can make up for their being cruel and thoughtless by giving money. And these two gents were nothing compared to what I’d see later on my adventure. But I’m running ahead of myself. When I went over to help up the old man, I saw my Indian head penny about six feet away, picking up the bright sunshine, which made it sparkle. When I got the crutch situated under the old man’s arm, I walked over and picked up the coin. I was afraid someone else would take it and use it to buy something useless. No. Now wait. That’s not all of it. I better come clean or this tale isn’t going to be worth you’re taking the time to read it if I don’t. To tell the honest truth, I picked up the coin mostly because I wanted to think more about his need for it, since four other folks gave the old man more money. I picked up my coin as the lame old man was walking away with the rest of the money that someone had picked up from the platform, along with the new coins just placed in his hand. I knew he wouldn’t miss my Indian head penny—not one bit--and seeing that it and the other penny back home were gifts from my Uncle Ned, I decided to put the penny back in my pocket. For about a second. I caught up with the old man and gave him my good-luck penny for a second time. Maybe I was wrong, but I just felt he needed the good luck 7 much more than I did. Then I heard Uncle Ned calling me, and that was the last I saw of my penny and the old man. But not the last I’d see of those two high-hatted, dandypants scoundrels who knocked the old man down.





About the Author


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During his career as Professor of English at the University of Georgia, John Vance was the author of six books and numerous articles devoted to literary biography and criticism. He also began indulging his love of theater as actor, director, and playwright, with thirty-five of his plays staged. Now he has turned exclusively to fiction, and is the author of fourteen novels, including the humorous memoir Setting Sail for Golden Harbor and the recently BookBub featured In Mind of the Vampire. He lives in Athens, Georgia with his wife Susan.




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          Books Along the Teche Literary Festival Features Great Southern Chefs Bonnie Breaux and Ryan Trahan      Comment   Translate Page      
Chefs Bonnie Breaux and Ryan Trahan (used with permission from Lee Ball)
In Louisiana, good food is serious business. We prize our oyster beds, our redfish, catfish, and crawfish. We can batter and fry almost anything and when we aren't doing that we are making a roux and creating a delicious etouffee or gumbo.  From Natchitoches meat pies to crabmeat pizzas in Arnaudville, from crawfish in Breaux Bridge to oysters in New Orleans, we love good food.

That might be why the Great Southern Chefs Food Demo at the Books Along the Teche Literary Festival in April is always a popular event.

This year the cooking demo featured 2017 Louisiana Seafood Queen Bonnie Breaux of Cafe Sydnie Mae in Breaux Bridge and chef Ryan Trahan of Blue Dog Cafe in Lafayette. Ryan is the 2018 King of American Seafood.

The event filled up quickly Friday morning at the Steamboat Warehouse Pavilion on Bayou Teche in New Iberia. I skipped breakfast that morning because I knew we would soon be sampling delicious bowls of crawfish etouffee and Louisiana shrimp and grits.

Before the chefs demos, we were treated to a discussion by author Ken Wells about his new book, Gumbo Life: Tales from the Roux Bayou:

A seasoned journalist, Ken Wells sleuths out the answers. His obsession goes back to his childhood in the Cajun bastion of Bayou Black, where his French-speaking mother’s gumbo often began with a chicken chased down in the yard. Back then, gumbo was a humble soup little known beyond the boundaries of Louisiana. So when a homesick young Ken, at college in Missouri, realized there wasn’t a restaurant that could satisfy his gumbo cravings, he called his momma for the recipe. That phone-taught gumbo was a disaster. The second, cooked at his mother’s side, fueled a lifelong quest to explore gumbo’s roots and mysteries. 
In Gumbo Life: Tales from the Roux Bayou, Wells does just that. He spends time with octogenarian chefs who turn the lowly coot into gourmet gumbo; joins a team at a highly competitive gumbo contest; visits a factory that churns out gumbo by the ton; observes the gumbo-making rituals of an iconic New Orleans restaurant where high-end Creole cooking and Cajun cuisine first merged.

Mr. Wells's talk was peppered with funny stories and one point that interested me was his research into the earliest gumbos and his discovery that more than likely bear grease was used as the oil for the roux.

Author Ken Wells (photo used with permission from Lee Ball)

"New Orleans was awash in bear grease!" he told us.

This made perfect sense to me.  Elizabeth Shown Mills talks about this in her book The Forgotten People: Cane River's Creoles of Color.  By 1792, Marie Therese Coincoin, a former slave given her freedom by Pierre Thomas Claude Metoyer, was successfully farming tobacco on land given to her by Metoyer. She shipped this tobacco on barges to New Orleans. She also "trapped wild bears in the Natchitoches wilderness and sent bear grease to market..." (Mills 39).  Mills reports that Coincoin sent, in one particular shipment, three hundred hides and two barrels of bear grease.  This was a fairly common practice at that time and so Ken Wells comments resonated with me.

During the course of his research, Mr. Wells even obtained a small container of bear grease from a supplier and tested the bear-grease-roux.

His book is a fascinating study in the history of our most beloved dish and after his talk, Mr. Wells signed copies of his book.

The first cooking demo of the morning was chef Bonnie Breaux. An animated, enthusiastic chef, Miss Breaux says she is self-taught and learned to cook at her mother's side and later out of necessity to feed her family. Most recently Breaux had been the chef at St. John restaurant in St. Martinville (one of our favorites!) and Cafe Sydnie Mae is a sort of sister restaurant in Breaux Bridge.

Breaux shared her crawfish etouffee secrets with the crowd at the Steamboat Warehouse Pavilion and stressed the importance of  using the crawfish fat in the etouffee.  "That's where all your flavor is," she said.  When asked what kind of rice she uses, Breaux said she just uses regular medium or long grain rice in her etouffee.  There's a time and place for jasmine rice and the other gourmet grains, but not in a Louisiana etouffee. She also shared that she never tastes her food while she's cooking it.

Chef Ryan Trahan followed and his dish was shrimp and grits.  Trahan grew up in a restaurant family
Trahan's Shrimp and Grits (photo used with permission from Lee Ball)
and is from Crowley, Louisiana. His rule in the kitchen: "Everyone stirs the grits," he said.  "If you walk by, you stir the grits. If I walk by, I stir the grits. Everyone stirs the grits."   The rule must work pretty well because his shrimp and grits were to die for; the grits were creamy and the dish was seasoned with Trahan's own Worcestershire sauce.

Breaux and Trahan were available and visible throughout the day, talking to festival participants and sharing cooking stories. They were both at the evening event at the Sliman theater as well.

There is no shortage of fabulous chefs in Louisiana but festival organizers were on top of the game when they scored these two "royal" chefs for the demo this year!


Coming next in my Festival recap: Taking the Second Line through Historic Main Street

Thank you to photographer Lee Ball for allowing me to use his photos!


Further Reading:
2018 Small Town Chefs: Bonnie Breaux (Country Roads Magazine, 6/22/18)
Gumbo Life, Tales from the Roux Bayou (Robert Davis, New York Journal of Books)
About the Chef: Ryan Trahan (Blue Dog Cafe)
Voter's Choice (Vicky Branton, The Daily Iberian, 10/24/18)
Author Rebecca Wells Charms the Books Along the Teche Literary Festival (SIGIS, 4/10/19)











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Per il massacro del 1891 in cui furono linciati 11 immigrati italiani. New Orleans chiede perdono agli italiani
L'Osservatore Romano
NdR. Linciaggio di New Orleans. Il linciaggio di New Orleans avvene il 14 marzo 1891 a New Orleans. Una folla di cittadini assalì la prigione locale e uccise 11 migranti italiani, in particolare siciliani. Secondo le fonti a partecipare al linciaggio furono dalle 3.000 alle 20.000 persone, rendendolo uno dei più ingenti linciaggi di massa della storia degli Stati Uniti [Wikipedia].
Illustrazione. Vignetta del 1888 del “The Mascot”, che mostra l’odio per la popolazione italiana, che il sindaco di New Orleans, Joseph Shakespeare, definì come gli “individui più abietti, più pigri, più depravati, più violenti e più indegni che esistono al mondo, peggiori dei negri e più indesiderabili dei polacchi“. 
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«Who killada Chief?», «Who killada Chief? (Chi ha ucciso il capo?)»: con questo grido sarcastico, che scimmiottava l’accento italiano, ventimila cittadini di New Orleans in un primavera del lontano 1891, scesero in piazza armati per dare vita a quello che fu uno dei più tristemente famosi pogrom che ebbero come oggetto gli immigrati italiani.
«Da Chief» era il capo della polizia locale, del cui omicidio venivano appunto incolpati, in un impeto di giustizia sommaria, gli italiani. Undici persone furono massacrate in un linciaggio insensato, preparato nel tempo da una propaganda dell’odio incentrata sul concetto dell’italiano importatore di criminalità.
Dopo oltre un secolo, New Orleans ha reso giustizia alle vittime. Il sindaco, LaToya Cantrell, ha presentato le scuse ufficiali della città. Alla cerimonia, ieri, presso la sede dell’American italian cultural center di New Orleans, era presente, oltre a Cantrell, il console generale di Houston, Federico Ciattaglia.
A partecipare al linciaggio furono, come detto, migliaia di persone. La folla prese d’assalto il carcere dove gli undici italiani erano stati detenuti per l’uccisione del capo della polizia, David Hennessy. Per il delitto erano stati arrestati 19 italiani, di cui 11 accusati di aver avuto un ruolo diretto nell’omicidio. Otto di loro, però, in seguito furono giudicati non colpevoli. Ma, prima del verdetto che li avrebbe rimessi in libertà, furono travolti dalla rabbia della popolazione statunitense che giudicava il processo una farsa. Di qui l’assalto alla prigione e il massacro, con due immigrati impiccati e gli altri uccisi a colpi di fucile. Alcuni dei cadaveri furono esposti in una vasta stanza, al pubblico ludibrio della gente: migliaia di individui, tra i quali si stimò ci fossero circa 2500 fra donne e bambini, continuarono ad affluire per oltre cinque ore, in una camera ardente d’odio. Roma ritirò il suo ambasciatore; fu uno dei periodi di massima tensione in quell’epoca, tra l’Italia e gli Stati Uniti, che rientrò solo quando il presidente Benjamin Harrison decise di risarcire le famiglie delle vittime.
L'Osservatore Romano, 13-14 aprile 2019.

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          Two males on New Orleans Saints Dance Team are from Vermilion Parish      Comment   Translate Page      
One is NV graduate, other is Erath High graduate

As of Friday night, there are now three male dancers and 29 female dancers on the 2019 Saintsation’ New Orleans Dance Team. Did you know that two out of the three males are from Vermilion Parish?
Jesse Hernandez, a North Vermilion graduate, made history last year by being the first male to make the Saints’ Dance Team. He had to try out again this year, and on Friday, he learned that he made the team, again.
Well, because of the success Hernandez had last year, Erath High graduate Dylon Hoffpauir decided to try out. He handled each audition well and on Friday, he also learned that he made the dance team.
“I am so humbled and thankful for the opportunity to cheer on the Saints as a Saintsations,” said Hoffpauir, who is 27 years old. “I feel so lucky to have the opportunity to show young male dancers that anything is possible if you work hard and work tirelessly.”
Hoffpauir, an LSU graduate who was also a male LSU cheerleader, said, because of the success Jesse had last year, it gave him the courage to try out this year.
“Jesse Hernandez was such an inspiration, because he opened the door for all of us male dancers who want to dance at the pro level. I am so excited to see what the year holds for me, and I can’t wait to show the world that dudes dance too,” he said.
“It’s setting a new path, it’s changing the world, and that’s exactly what I want to do, and hopefully I can open that venue and open that path for other male dancers,” Hernandez said last year.
The Saints are one of two teams in the NFL who have male dancers on their cheer-leading team.
LSU’s Manship School gave Dylon a shoutout Friday afternoon.
“We are so excited to share that our own @ManshipDylon made the @Saintsations team.
Hoffpauir works at the Manship School at LSU.

Dylon Hoffpaur (left) of Erath and NV graduate Jesse Hernandez (middle) are on the Saints Dance Team.


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          College of Business Administration’s Annual CEBIpitch Competition Awards $30,000 to Student Entrepreneurs      Comment   Translate Page      

KENT, Ohio – Seven student-run businesses pitched their ideas for a chance to win more than $30,000 in cash prizes at the third annual CEBIpitch Competition held at Kent State University on April 11.

 

Following deliberation by a panel of executive alumni judges, first prize of $15,000 was awarded to GreekDoor, comprised of students Nahuel Gorostiza, Matthew King, Samuel Owens, Seth Ranzinger and Cameron Croghan. GreekDoor is a mobile application that aims to help ensure the safety of attendees at Greek-sponsored events. The application uses a digital system to check guests in at events and check them out once they leave.

 

Second place prize of $8,000 was awarded to William Matthews and Zach Mottershead, co-founders of Southern Comfort Kitchen. Southern Comfort Kitchen, a mobile food truck, brings authentic New Orleans cooking to locations across the region.

 

A cash prize of $3,000 each went to two businesses – Handmade Hoopla and Makeup Madhouse, which tied for third place. Handmade Hooopa, run by student Kathryn Gray, provides crafting boxes containing all supplies and instructions to complete a project for small groups or gatherings.

 

Makeup Madhouse, founded by student Carrie Esser, provides creative body painting services large companies, non-profits, start-ups and organizations.

 

Other participating student businesses included Linden Lehner of Linden Lane Artworks, Wesley Thomason and Kyle Woost of Mix-O-Matic and Jaynanne Sheehan of PlateMap. Each of these businesses received a $500 cash prize.

 

“The third annual CEBIpitch competition showcased talented student entrepreneurs at Kent State and their performance illustrated the level of guidance and mentorship they received from College faculty and professional entrepreneurs over the past several months,” said Deborah F. Spake, Ph.D., dean of the College of Business Administration.

 

The judge panel for the event included the following, all Kent State alumni:

 

  • Shampa Banerjee, Chief Product Officer, Eros Digital at Eros International - Banerjee leads Eros Digital, the streaming platform for the largest integrated film studio of India. She serves as a board member for the Association for Corporate Growth Silicon Valley and previously was a Board Advisor for Wist and Minio Social Games.
     
  • Renée DeLuca Dolan, Founder and President, Contempo Communications – DeLuca Dolan is a member of the Kent State College of Business Administration National Advisory Board and serves as co-presenting sponsor of the Home-plate Celebration event for Northeast Ohio Adoption Services. In addition, she is on the board of the Warrensville Heights Chamber of Commerce.
     
  • Tina Floyd, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Consumer Foods, The J.M. Smucker Company - Floyd is responsible for the Consumer and Natural Foods Strategic Business Areas and is a member of The J.M. Smucker Company Executive Leadership Team. She formerly served as Vice President and General Manager, Away From Home.
     
  • Michael D. Solomon, CEO and Founder, XYZ Color Science - Solomon has been involved in early stage technology companies and emerging growth companies as an entrepreneur, investor, senior manager and board member. He is a member of the Kent State University Board of Trustees and the Kent State University Foundation Board.
     

Following the live pitch, judges provided each company with feedback and practical advice for the future.

 

“The decision-making process was much harder this year because of the quality of the businesses,” said Solomon, who also served as a judge at last year’s event.

 

View the streamed event here: https://boxcast.tv/view/cebi-pitch-2019-865922.

 

 

About CEBIpitch

The purpose of CEBIpitch is to help grow and support startups within the College of Business Administration’s entrepreneurship program. The Center for Entrepreneurship and Business Innovation immerses students in entrepreneurship education and experiences, advances entrepreneurial research and nurtures regional outreach. Learn more about the CEBIpitch competition: https://www.kent.edu/business/cebipitch.

 

Kent State College of Business Administration
Kent State University's College of Business Administration is among the fewer than 1% of business schools worldwide to obtain dual AACSB accreditation in both business and accounting. The College boasts 10 undergraduate majors, 14 minors and a Professional Sales Certificate program; master's degrees in accounting, business administration (MBA and EMBA), business analytics, and economics; as well as a Ph.D. program with concentrations in accounting, finance, information systems, management and marketing.

The Kent State College of Business Administration ranked among the top business schools in the nation according to U.S. News and World Report’s “Best Undergraduate Business Programs” and is ranked as one of the nation’s Best Business Schools by Princeton Review. The College is committed to sustainability as an advanced Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) signatory and is recognized by the Sales Education Foundation as a top university for professional sales education.

 

 

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LA-New Orleans, New Orleans Real Estate company hiring Property Manager / Leasing Professional for a new Market Rate, Luxury Apartment Community. The building is located in the heart of New Orleans and has unique amenities for the area. Candidate will be part of the initial lease-up team of the property and the management & leasing thereafter. Commissions will be per lease and bonuses will be based on performance
          Let It Be Sunday, 218!      Comment   Translate Page      
Let It Be Sunday, 218!

Hello friends!

It’s been the most lovely week in New Orleans, mostly because the jasmine is in full bloom filling the air with the most delicious smell, the strawberries are showing off, and musical festival season has started.  We’re feeling very fortunate.  This time of year, New Orleans really shines her magic.  

I’ve committed to taking care of myself this spring and for me that looks like yoga and meditation and really trying to get enough sleep even if that means not going out most nights.  Can I just tell you how much it’s changed my energy levels?  I know time is a true luxury, but my goodness I deeply recommend carving out as much time for yourself as you can.  The steadiness it lends to most days is almost calculable.  

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          Coast Guard airlifts 81-year-old woman from cruise ship due to 'heart attack-like' symptoms      Comment   Translate Page      
Coast Guard airlifts 81-year-old woman from cruise ship due to 'heart attack-like' symptoms

NEW ORLEANS - Authorities say an 81-year-old woman was airlifted to hospital from a cruise ship Saturday night.

According to the U.S. Coast Guard, authorities received a call around 7:19 p.m. of a woman experiencing heart attack-like symptoms aboard the Carnival Glory while it was transiting outbound to sea on the Mississippi River. An emergency helicopter arrived at 8:07 p.m. and took the woman to a hospital in Marrero.

The woman was transported in stable condition. No further details were provided.&nbsp;


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          Fines for blocking bike lanes could start by month end      Comment   Translate Page      
Fines for blocking bike lanes could start by month end

NEW ORLEANS (AP) - New Orleans could begin enforcing a new $300 fine for blocking bike lanes by the end of April. NOLA.com/The Times-Picayune reports the city's Public Works director, Keith LaGrange Jr., says a campaign in the coming weeks will warn drivers about the new fines.

In the meantime, parking enforcement officers are writing tickets under the old fine of $40 and warning drivers that the penalty will soon increase. The City Council approved the fine increase in a 6-0 vote last month after cyclists called on officials to enforce bike-related laws more effectively.

Bicyclists said they are especially worried about being hit when forced to go around vehicles stopped in bike lanes, particularly taxicabs, Uber and Lyft drivers, and delivery trucks.


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          Retired Saints player Ben Watson offers help after St. Landry churches burned      Comment   Translate Page      
Retired Saints player Ben Watson offers help after St. Landry churches burned

ST. LANDRY PARISH - Reports say a former Saints player is helping rebuild the churches that were recently burned in St. Landry Parish.

Three churches with predominately African American congregations were burned in a 10 day span.&nbsp;The first fire occurred March 26 at the St. Mary Baptist Church in Port Barre, and the second happened April 2 when the Greater Union Baptist Church in Opelousas caught fire. On April 4, the Mount Pleasant Baptist Church in Opelousas also burned down.

Law enforcement arrested 21-year-old Holden Matthews on three counts of simple arson last week.

The New Orleans Advocate reports that former tight end Ben Watson reached out to the pastors of the three churches to offer help.

"In speaking with these pastors, I am in awe and inspired by their faith and courage, comforting their congregations and family members," Watson to the news outlet.&nbsp; "Through sadness and shock, they spoke of forgiveness for the arsonist and grace for tomorrow. Most importantly they spoke of being overwhelmed by support from people of goodwill and all religions from around the country. And they were humbled by what God has already done through this series of events."

Donations can be sent to the following address:

Seventh District Baptist Association

Seventh District

P.O. Box 281

Ville Platte, La 70586

The Seventh District Baptist Association has also set up a GoFundMe.


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          Youth pastor pleads guilty to abusing child on church trip      Comment   Translate Page      
Youth pastor pleads guilty to abusing child on church trip

BILOXI, Miss. (AP) - A Louisiana youth pastor is pleading guilty to sexually abusing a child during a church trip to the Mississippi Gulf Coast.

WLOX-TV reports 37-year-old Jonathan Michael Bailey of New Orleans on Friday pleaded guilty to two counts of sexual battery of a child younger than 14. Members of Bailey's youth group reported that Bailey behaved inappropriately with a 13-year-old church member during a youth retreat to Seashore United Methodist Retreat Center in Biloxi.

Prosecutors say Bailey told the victim to come to his room after others were asleep. Bailey later confessed. Bailey was sentenced to 23 years in prison without the possibility of parole in Mississippi. He was also ordered to register as a sex offender.

Bailey has also been convicted of crimes in Louisiana and sentenced to 10 years there.


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          'Jim Crow's Last Stand' In Louisiana May Fall To Ballot Measure      Comment   Translate Page      
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hQAfFp20rsM In 1975, Norris Henderson went on trial for second-degree murder as a 19-year-old in New Orleans. He thought he was a free man when there were two holdouts on the jury. "Watched Perry Mason all my life," he says. "Okay, 10-2, I'm outta here." But he was mistaken. Louisiana has a split-jury system that only requires 10 of 12 jurors to return a guilty verdict. "Sheriff put the handcuffs on me and took me to the back," Norris recalls. "I was like, 'Something ain't right.' " Henderson spent the next 27 years in prison until a judge released him. Now, he's leading a coalition to push for unanimous juries. Louisiana voters will decide the matter Tuesday when there's a constitutional amendment on the ballot to repeal the Jim Crow-era law that allows for split juries. "This is Jim Crow's last stand," Henderson says. The split-jury system is a vestige of Louisiana's 1898 constitution, adopted in the period after the Civil War when slavery was
          Ellis, Ronald John      Comment   Translate Page      
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          Tyronn Lue y Monty Williams, máximos candidatos al banquillo de los Lakers      Comment   Translate Page      
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          The long way home again: Cory Booker returns to Newark for his 2020 campaign      Comment   Translate Page      

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(NEWARK, N.J.) -- Sen. Cory Booker, the high-profile Democrat who entered the 2020 race after a near-decade-long journey to become the second African-American president, returned to his native Newark, New Jersey for his first big campaign rally on Saturday.

In a speech to those gathered in the city where he once served as mayor, Booker urged that the nation "can't wait for change."

"There are so many places like that across America. Not just cities like this one – farm communities and factory towns that, like us here in Newark, have been given up on and talked down to… counted out and underestimated," he told the crowd. "We can’t wait when powerful forces are turning their prejudice into policy and rolling back the rights that generations of Americans fought for and heroes died for. We can’t wait when this administration is throwing children fleeing violence into cages, banning Muslims from entering the nation founded on religious liberty, and preventing brave transgender Americans from serving the country they love."

"And we can’t wait because many of our most serious challenges as a nation were with us long before Donald Trump entered the White House," he added.

The 49-year-old’s kickoff event, which he called, “a moment that we’ve been building for since the start” in an email to supporters, is his first official rally as a presidential contender. The event launches Booker’s two-week “Justice for All” tour with the goal of building “a more just” country.

During the campaign tour, Booker is expected to highlight the defining challenges confronting the country and underscore the urgency needed to achieve "real and inclusive justice," his campaign said in an email on Friday. He is also primed to address economic and environmental injustice, as well as injustice across voting rights, reproductive rights, education and gun violence.

"I believe that we can build a country where no one is forgotten, no one is left behind; where parents can put food on the table; where there are good-paying jobs with good benefits in every neighborhood; where our criminal justice system keeps us safe, instead of shuffling more children into cages and coffins; where we see the faces of our leaders on television and feel pride, not shame," the New Jersey senator said in his official campaign announcement to supporters in February.

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In Newark, Booker spoke before an audience of many of his most passionate supporters -- people like Keri Szewczyk, who works as an event planner for Prudential Financial in Newark and showed up early for Saturday's Booker rally. .

“I’m voting for Cory -- I know that for sure,” Szewczyk, 22, told ABC News. “It’s such a beautiful city and ultimately he’s made it that way.”

“I think the fact that he’s not afraid to stand up to people, and his Senate discussions, and being just, like, into politics in general -- he’s not afraid to stand up with what’s right, even if it’s unpopular,” she continued. “And I feel like we lose that in politics nowadays. So I think that we need somebody like him.”

Szewczyk said she was drawn to Booker by his positions on issues like immigration, but was initially impressed with his stance and marijuana decriminalization.

“The first one was the decriminalization if marijuana that I had a lot of respect for because it’s not enough to just legalize it, it needs to be decriminalized.”

She said she’s backing Booker not only for where he stands on key issues, but because “he’s home for me. He is the New Jersey Senator.”

The former Newark mayor’s long-standing commitment to fighting for criminal justice traces back to his formative years in the inner-city. On the campaign trail, he often invokes a common story about growing up as a young African-American in a predominantly white neighborhood. His message of unity derives from the city blocks of Newark -- where he says young men are shot, hard-working Americans remain on food stamps and opportunity is often skewed towards the rich and powerful.

"I do live with a sense of urgency. I had a young man shot with an assault rifle on my block last year,” he said in a March interview with ABC News’ senior Washington reporter Devin Dwyer. “I go to my bodega around the corner from me and see people who work full-time jobs but still use food stamps. Every single day I live with that sense of urgency that we’ve got to solve these problems, and the knowledge that we can’t solve them divided."

Booker ascended to the national political stage after over seven years as mayor of his hometown. He first vaulted into the national spotlight for his youth and his emphasis on combating crime in the poverty-plagued city. His unconventional hands-on approach included frequent ride-alongs with the city's law enforcement and a high-profile education partnership with Facebook that involved Mark Zuckerberg investing $100 million into the city’s public school system.

“I’m the only one in this race who had to run and manage thousands of employees, a city in the middle of a recession, which was a depression for inner cities,” Booker told ABC News in that March interview. “We managed through crisis and we achieved things people said we couldn’t do. I’ve stayed put in the neighborhood where I first got my start and will never forget the people that believed in me and gave me my first chance.”

In crafting his narrative, Booker has pointed to his successes in transforming downtown Newark, revamping the city's recreational centers and starting a prisoner re-entry program, according to Andra Gillespie, a political scientist at Emory University and author of the 2012 book, "The New Black Politician: Cory Booker, Newark and Post-Racial America."

But some of his critics argue that he did not always meet expectations or the hype around his mayoral tenure with some in the city's inner core complaining that they were being left behind in the wave of gentrification and growth. There was also criticism that his burgeoning national profile meant that he spent less time in the city that buttressed his career.

The Newark Star-Ledger found that from Jan. 1, 2011 to July 2012, Booker spent 119 days out of the city -- a span of time that included some speaking engagements, late-night television appearances, vacations and holidays.

"I think there is a double-edged sword of the celebrity [of Booker]," Gillespie told ABC News. "The celebrity was able to attract a lot of attention. ... People focused on the hype. In terms of making a credible case of one, he has executive experience and two, the issues that he's been talking about are issues he's actually been thinking about for a long period of time, I think there's a lot in Booker's record that speaks to his investment and engagement with the issues he wants to champion as a presidential candidate."

When asked which mayors he parallels, Gillespie put him in the same category as former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick, former New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin, and former Washington, D.C., Mayor Adrian Fenty, who were elected around the same time in cities also long run by African American mayors. She noted that among that cohort, Booker has seen the most success as a politician.

When Booker arrived on Capitol Hill after winning a special election in 2013, and re-election in 2014, his support for crucial reforms over the last few years led to his rise to national prominence, including for the recent landmark First Step Act, a bipartisan and significant, generational change to prison sentencing laws.

Criminal justice reform has been a hallmark of Booker’s public sector career. He was an original co-sponsor of the criminal justice reform bill.

Earlier this month, he said he aims to "get back to a country being about substance and not just sentiment."

"We are dealing with systematic injustice in this country," he said at the National Action Network Conference in New York. “What will happen to the dream of America on our watch? The dream of slaves for freedom? The dreams of suffragettes … what will become the dream of our nation?”

But Booker has also signaled his openness to other big structural reforms that are dominating the 2020 debate such as changing traditional Senate rules on the filibuster and reparations for African-Americans.

In late March, New Jersey’s junior senator said to the hosts of the “Pod Save America” podcast, “When you talk about changing the filibuster rule I understand that we are heading, right now, we are heading that way, to people on both sides. ... I’m going to tell you that for me that door is not closed.”

Earlier this week, he introduced a bill in the U.S. Senate to form a commission to study reparations. His bill is a companion to H.R. 40, re-introduced this year by Democratic Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee, of Texas, and which could be a means to study the impact of slavery in a way that is "realistically forceful and effective to help African Americans who never had the issue of wealth that was inherited."

"Since slavery in this country, we have had overt policies fueled by white supremacy and racism that have oppressed African Americans economically for generations," he said. "[The bill] will bring together the best minds to study the issue and propose solutions that will finally begin to right the economic scales of past harms and make sure we are a country where all dignity and humanity is affirmed."

Before then-Sen. Barack Obama captured the White House in the 2008 election, some in the Garden State were familiar with Booker's ambitious work and him openly musing about becoming the country's first black president.

The former Newark city council member was an early supporter of Obama’s presidential candidacy and shares his background in community organizing. He’s often drawn comparisons to the former president for his tenor on the trail and his message of optimism and love. Like many of the 2020 hopefuls, Booker hopes to garner the support of the Obama coalition -- which requires a swath of southern black voters to win the Democratic nomination.

The co-chairman of Obama’s 2008 campaign in New Hampshire, James Demers, likened Booker to the former Illinois senator, calling him “Obama 2.0” for energetic ability to connect with voters, the Los Angeles Times reported.

While Booker first won his mayoral election unexpectedly, after unseating the longest-serving mayor in the city's history, Sharpe James, his home state popularity is as strong as ever. Since announcing his bid for the White House, Booker is the only candidate in the deep field to secure the endorsement of every Democrat in his home state.

He earned the endorsements of more than 50 New Jersey Democrats, which includes New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy, Lt. Gov. Sheila Oliver, his colleague, Sen. Bob Menendez, every Democratic member of the House, the top leaders of both state legislative chambers, all four Democratic county executives, Newark Mayor Ras Baraka, every member of the Newark City Council and all 21 county Democratic party chairs.

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          (USA-LA-New Orleans) Server Assistant / Bus Attendant      Comment   Translate Page      
**Job Number** 19000ZDV **Job Category** Food and Beverage & Culinary **Location** Le Méridien New Orleans, 333 Poydras Street, New Orleans, Louisiana, United States VIEW ON MAP **Brand** Le Méridien **Schedule** Full-time **Relocation?** No **Position Type** Non-Management/Hourly **Start Your Journey With Us** At Le Méridien, we believe in helping guests unlock the unexpected and engaging experiences each destination has to offer. Our guests are curious and creative, cosmopolitan, culture seekers that appreciate sophisticated, timeless service. We provide original, chic and memorable service and experiences that inspire guests to unlock the destination. We’re looking for curious, creative and well-informed people to join our team. If you appreciate connecting with like-minded guests and have a deep desire to create unexpected experiences, we invite you to explore career opportunities with Le Méridien. **Job Summary** Provide professional, courteous and efficient presentation of food and beverage service to all guests. Clean and set up tables in the outlet and perform other food service related duties, including general cleaning and set up. Serve water, bread and coffee and greet guests by name whenever possible during the course of meal service. Stack trays properly for efficient unloading for stewarding and ensure proper safety standards at all times. Complete closing duties, including storing all reusable goods, breaking down goods, cleaning all equipment and areas, returning equipment to proper locations, locking refrigerators, restocking items, turning off lights, locking doors, and completing daily cleaning checklist. Set up, stock, and maintain work areas. Inspect the cleanliness and presentation of all china, glass, and silver prior to use. Maintain cleanliness of work areas throughout the day, practicing clean-as-you-go procedures and utilizing cleaning to adhere to health and safety standards. Follow all company and safety and security policies and procedures; report accidents, injuries, and unsafe work conditions to manager; and complete safety training and certifications. Ensure uniform and personal appearance are clean and professional, maintain confidentiality of proprietary information, and protect company assets. Welcome and acknowledge all guests according to company standards. Speak with others using clear and professional language, and answer telephones using appropriate etiquette. Develop and maintain positive working relationships with others, support team to reach common goals, and listen and respond appropriately to the concerns of other employees. Ensure adherence to quality expectations and standards. Read and visually verify information in a variety of formats (e.g., small print). Stand, sit, or walk for an extended period of time or for an entire work shift. Move, lift, carry, push, pull, and place objects weighing less than or equal to 50 pounds without assistance. Grasp, turn, and manipulate objects of varying size and weight, requiring fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination. Move over sloping, uneven, or slippery surfaces as well as up and down stairs and/or service ramps. Reach overhead and below the knees, including bending, twisting, pulling, and stooping. Perform other reasonable job duties as requested by Supervisors. _Marriott International is an equal opportunity employer committed to hiring a diverse workforce and sustaining an inclusive culture. Marriott International does not discriminate on the basis of disability, veteran status or any other basis protected under federal, state or local laws._
          (USA-LA-New Orleans) Veteran Experience Officer      Comment   Translate Page      
* Duties Help ## Duties ### Summary The Veterans Experience Officer is linked to top management as a solution to the concerns addressed by the Veteran Experience Offices, Patient Advocates and/or Service Level/Line Customer Service Representatives/Case Managers. The incumbent has responsibilities for patient centered initiatives that support cultural transformation and promotes the development and implementation of innovative models of health care that focus on healing and nurturing body, mind and spirit. Learn more about this agency ### Responsibilities Serving as a liaison between the Office of the Director, clinics, patients, staff, and the community regarding the patient experience, patient rights and advocacy; Serving as the Veterans Experience Officer (VEO) with primary purpose to enhance the Veterans' experiences through the timely resolution of patient and family complaints, identification and correction of system issues, education of staff regarding patient centered strategies; Utilizing the Patient Advocate Tracking System (PATS) to analyze data to identify trends and patterns that create difficulty for patients or families; Administering established follow-up procedures for insuring that remedial actions are implemented in a timely manner, independently taking appropriate action necessary to implement programs or activities and correct problems. Working with Service Level/Line Patient Advocates/Case Managers to provide a channel through which patients can seek solutions to problems, concerns and unmet needs; Assisting patients, their families and representatives, and facility staff members in recognizing the need to remove institutional barriers to ensure optimum health care is delivered to our Veterans; Identifying existing and potential program areas, suggesting solutions or alternatives to existing procedures which contribute to these problems. Maintaining a work liaison with Veteran's service organizations, community groups, and other entities whose interest is in helping and protecting Veterans, their families and their representatives. Interpreting the Clinic and Medical Center's mission, policies, procedures and available resource/services to the patient and presents the patient's problems, opinions and need to appropriate staff and management. **Work Schedule:**Monday through Friday 8:00AM to 4:30PM **Telework:**Not Available **Virtual:**This is not a virtual position. **Position Description/PD#: Veteran Experience Officer~**/PD # 629-06998-A **Relocation/Recruitment Incentives:**Not Authorized **Financial Disclosure Report:**Not required ### Travel Required Not required ##### Supervisory status No ##### Promotion Potential None * #### Job family (Series) 0301 Miscellaneous Administration And Program * Requirements Help ## Requirements ### Conditions of Employment * You must be a U.S. Citizen to apply for this job * Designated and/or random drug testing may be required * Selective Service Registration is required for males born after 12/31/1959 * You may be required to serve a probationary period * Subject to background/security investigation * Selected applicants will be required to complete an online onboarding process * Federal employees must submit their most recent non-award SF-50 ### Qualifications To qualify for this position, applicants must meet all requirements by the closing date of this announcement, 04/23/2019. **Time-In-Grade Requirement**: Applicants who are current Federal employees and have held a GS grade any time in the past 52 weeks must also meet time-in-grade requirements by the closing date of this announcement. 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To qualify based on education for this grade level you must have a Ph.D or LL.M degree **OR,** * **Combination:** Applicants may also combine education and experience to qualify at this level. You must have an combination of specialized experience and education beyond a Master's Degree. You will be rated on the following Competencies for this position: * Analytical Reasoning * Critical Thinking * Customer Service Experience refers to paid and unpaid experience, including volunteer work done through National Service programs (e.g., Peace Corps, AmeriCorps) and other organizations (e.g., professional; philanthropic; religions; spiritual; community; student; social). Volunteer work helps build critical competencies, knowledge, and skills and can provide valuable training and experience that translates directly to paid employment. You will receive credit for all qualifying experience, including volunteer experience. **Note**: A full year of work is considered to be 35-40 hours of work per week. Part-time experience will be credited on the basis of time actually spent in appropriate activities. Applicants wishing to receive credit for such experience must indicate clearly the nature of their duties and responsibilities in each position and the number of hours a week spent in such employment. For more information on these qualification standards, please visit the United States Office of Personnel Management's website at https://www.opm.gov/policy-data-oversight/classification-qualifications/general-schedule-qualification-standards/. ### Education There is no educational substitution at this grade level. A transcript must be submitted with your application if you are basing all or part of your qualifications on education. **Note:** Only education or degrees recognized by the U.S. Department of Education from accredited colleges, universities, schools, or institutions may be used to qualify for Federal employment. You can verify your education here: http://ope.ed.gov/accreditation/. If you are using foreign education to meet qualification requirements, you must send a Certificate of Foreign Equivalency with your transcript in order to receive credit for that education. For further information, visit: http://www.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ous/international/usnei/us/edlite-visitus-forrecog.html. ### Additional information **Receiving Service Credit or Earning Annual (Vacation) Leave**: Federal Employees earn annual leave at a rate (4, 6 or 8 hours per pay period) which is based on the number of years they have served as a Federal employee. VA may offer newly-appointed Federal employee's credit for their job-related non-federal experience or active duty uniformed military service. This credited service can be used in determining the rate at which they earn annual leave. Such credit must be requested and approved prior to the appointment date and is not guaranteed. **Special Employment Consideration:** VA encourages persons with disabilities to apply, including those eligible for hiring under 5 CFR 213.3102(u), Schedule A, Appointment of persons with disabilities [i.e., intellectual disabilities, severe physical disabilities, or psychiatric disabilities], and/or Disabled veterans with a compensable service-connected disability of 30% or more. Contact the Agency Contact for information on how to apply under this appointment authority via the Selective Placement Coordinator. The **Interagency Career Transition Assistance Plan** (ICTAP) and **Career Transition Assistance Plan** (CTAP) provide eligible displaced Federal/VA competitive service employees with selection priority over other candidates for competitive service vacancies. To be qualified you must submit appropriate documentation (a copy of the agency notice, your most recent performance rating, and your most recent SF-50 noting current position, grade level, and duty location) and be found well-qualified (have a final rating of 85 or more) for this vacancy. Information about ICTAP and CTAP eligibility is on OPM's Career Transition Resources website at http://www.opm.gov/policy-data-oversight/workforce-restructuring/employee-guide-to-career-transition/. **Placement Policy:** The posting of this announcement does not obligate management to fill a vacancy or vacancies by promotion. The position may be filled by reassignment, change to lower grade, transfer, appointment, or reinstatement. Management may use any one or any combination of these methods to fill the position. It is the policy of the VA to not deny employment to those that have faced financial hardships or periods of unemployment. This job opportunity announcement may be used to fill additional vacancies. **Veterans and Transitioning Service Members**: Please visit the VA for Vets site for career-search tools for Veterans seeking employment at VA, career development services for our existing Veterans, and coaching and reintegration support for military service members. For more information on the "Who may apply" eligibility requirements, please refer to the OHRM Status Candidates and Other Candidate Definitions document. If you are unable to apply online view the following link for information regarding an Alternate Application. Read more ### How You Will Be Evaluated You will be evaluated for this job based on how well you meet the qualifications above. **IN DESCRIBING YOUR EXPERIENCE, PLEASE BE CLEAR AND SPECIFIC. WE WILL NOT MAKE ASSUMPTIONS REGARDING YOUR EXPERIENCE.** Narrative responses are not required at this time. If you are referred for consideration, you may be asked to submit additional job related information, which may include, but not limited to; responses to the knowledge, skills and abilities; completion of a work sample, and/or contact for an interview.Your resume and/or supporting documentation will be verified. Please follow all instructions carefully. Errors or omissions may affect your rating or consideration for employment. Read more ### Background checks and security clearance ##### Security clearance Not Required ##### Drug test required No * Required Documents Help ## Required Documents To apply for this position, you must provide a complete Application Package which includes: * Resume The following documents are accepted, and may be required if applicable to your eligibility and/or qualifications for this position. Please use this checklist to make sure you have included other documents required for your application, such as a copy of your transcript (if using education to qualify), SF-50's (current/former Federal employees), documentation to support Veterans Preference claims, or ICTAP/CTAP documentation (for displaced Federal employees). 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          Psychic World with John G. Sutton and his Co-Host Countess Starella: Haunted Houses - Is your house haunted?      Comment   Translate Page      
Guestmany people believe that they have a ghost in their home. John G. Sutton and Countess Starella will be discussing the idea that phantoms and apparitions are something more than figments of the imagination. John has over thirty years experience of investigating the paranormal and Starella is a native of the Voodoo city New Orleans.
          Psychic World with John G. Sutton: Haunted Cities - John and His Co-Host Countess Starella take a Look at Paranormal Phenomena in Two of the Worlds Most Haunted Cities      Comment   Translate Page      
GuestJohn will be discussing his personal experiences of ghosts and mysterious sightings in and around London the capital city of Great Britain. John will explain how he encountered a phantom he believes may have been the ghost of Jack The Ripper in Mitre Square the site of one horrible unsolved murder. Countess Starella is certain she met the earth bound phantom of a long dead Voodoo Priest as she walked through the moonlit streets of New Orleans one late November night. You are invited to call ...
          I Claudius : Travels With My Cat      Comment   Translate Page      
A woman and her cat set off on a bold and hilarious adventure across the USA.

Clare de Vries dreamed of quitting her job and Thelma and Louise-ing it across the United States. Then one day, she did. Except that Louise was her 19 year old Burmese cat Claudius.

An unpredictable road trip, and an unlikely travelogue, I and Claudius takes the reader from celebrity pet hair stylists in New York to brown bears in the Appalachians, from astronauts in Nashville to voodoo snakes in New Orleans to psychic cowboys in Texas. It is a hilarious book about an intrepid young woman in pursuit of a dream, and the quirky love she has for her cat.

          Business Development Officer-New Orleans (Ridgelake and Veterans Branches) - IBERIABANK - Metairie, LA      Comment   Translate Page      
The Business Development Officer actively strives to become a trusted financial advisor as you prospect for new financial relationship opportunities and...
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          Universal Banker - New Orleans (OC Haley) - IBERIABANK - New Orleans, LA      Comment   Translate Page      
SUMMARY Versatile? Flexible? Talented? Check! Check! Check! IBERIABANK’s universal bankers are the retail associates that can perform most operations in our...
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          Commercial Underwriter - New Orleans (Pan Am Building) - IBERIABANK - New Orleans, LA      Comment   Translate Page      
Our Commercial Underwriters provides analytical support for commercial banking including an independent analysis of the creditworthiness of customers and...
From IBERIABANK - Fri, 05 Apr 2019 01:01:54 GMT - View all New Orleans, LA jobs
          Universal Banker Float Team - New Orleans (St Charles Branch) - IBERIABANK - New Orleans, LA      Comment   Translate Page      
SUMMARY Versatile? Flexible? Talented? Check! Check! Check! IBERIABANK’s universal bankers are the retail associates that can perform most operations in our...
From IBERIABANK - Wed, 03 Apr 2019 19:35:49 GMT - View all New Orleans, LA jobs
          Universal Banker - New Orleans (Prytania Branch) - IBERIABANK - New Orleans, LA      Comment   Translate Page      
SUMMARY Versatile? Flexible? Talented? Check! Check! Check! IBERIABANK’s universal bankers are the retail associates that can perform most operations in our...
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          Teller - New Orleans (Claiborne) - IBERIABANK - New Orleans, LA      Comment   Translate Page      
Represent the distinguished IBERIABANK brand with other stellar associates, and apply for this position today! Are you a people-person?...
From IBERIABANK - Tue, 02 Apr 2019 19:30:50 GMT - View all New Orleans, LA jobs
          Universal Banker - New Orleans (Harrison Avenue) - IBERIABANK - New Orleans, LA      Comment   Translate Page      
SUMMARY Versatile? Flexible? Talented? Check! Check! Check! IBERIABANK’s universal bankers are the retail associates that can perform most operations in our...
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          Internal Auditor - New Orleans (Pan Am Building) - IBERIABANK - New Orleans, LA      Comment   Translate Page      
SUMMARY: The Internal Auditor II performs professional internal audits of operational, accounting and financial data of various departments within the Company...
From IBERIABANK - Sat, 23 Mar 2019 01:24:37 GMT - View all New Orleans, LA jobs
          Business Development Officer-New Orleans (Ridgelake and Veterans Branches) - IBERIABANK - Metairie, LA      Comment   Translate Page      
The Business Development Officer actively strives to become a trusted financial advisor as you prospect for new financial relationship opportunities and...
From IBERIABANK - Sat, 23 Feb 2019 01:47:32 GMT - View all Metairie, LA jobs
          Universal Banker - New Orleans (OC Haley) - IBERIABANK - New Orleans, LA      Comment   Translate Page      
SUMMARY Versatile? Flexible? Talented? Check! Check! Check! IBERIABANK’s universal bankers are the retail associates that can perform most operations in our...
From IBERIABANK - Wed, 10 Apr 2019 01:14:22 GMT - View all New Orleans, LA jobs
          Commercial Underwriter - New Orleans (Pan Am Building) - IBERIABANK - New Orleans, LA      Comment   Translate Page      
Our Commercial Underwriters provides analytical support for commercial banking including an independent analysis of the creditworthiness of customers and...
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          Universal Banker Float Team - New Orleans (St Charles Branch) - IBERIABANK - New Orleans, LA      Comment   Translate Page      
SUMMARY Versatile? Flexible? Talented? Check! Check! Check! IBERIABANK’s universal bankers are the retail associates that can perform most operations in our...
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          Universal Banker - New Orleans (Prytania Branch) - IBERIABANK - New Orleans, LA      Comment   Translate Page      
SUMMARY Versatile? Flexible? Talented? Check! Check! Check! IBERIABANK’s universal bankers are the retail associates that can perform most operations in our...
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          Teller - New Orleans (Claiborne) - IBERIABANK - New Orleans, LA      Comment   Translate Page      
Represent the distinguished IBERIABANK brand with other stellar associates, and apply for this position today! Are you a people-person?...
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          Universal Banker - New Orleans (Harrison Avenue) - IBERIABANK - New Orleans, LA      Comment   Translate Page      
SUMMARY Versatile? Flexible? Talented? Check! Check! Check! IBERIABANK’s universal bankers are the retail associates that can perform most operations in our...
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          Internal Auditor - New Orleans (Pan Am Building) - IBERIABANK - New Orleans, LA      Comment   Translate Page      
SUMMARY: The Internal Auditor II performs professional internal audits of operational, accounting and financial data of various departments within the Company...
From IBERIABANK - Sat, 23 Mar 2019 01:24:37 GMT - View all New Orleans, LA jobs
          9th Ward Daily Photo: Drinks By Diva      Comment   Translate Page      
Yet another roving, streetside cocktail bar in New Orleans largest ward.
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          PARKING: NFL Preseason - New Orleans Saints vs. Minnesota Vikings (Date: TBD) (AwesomeSeating) $64.95      Comment   Translate Page      
Tickets available for PARKING: NFL Preseason - New Orleans Saints vs. Minnesota Vikings (Date: TBD) on Thursday, August 8 at 3:30am

          How Can We Be Sure Artificial Intelligence Is Safe For Medical Use?      Comment   Translate Page      
When Merdis Wells visited the diabetes clinic at the University Medical Center in New Orleans about a year ago, a nurse practitioner checked her eyes to look for signs of diabetic retinopathy, the most common cause of blindness. At her next visit, in February of this year, artificial intelligence software made the call. The clinic had just installed a system that's designed to identify patients who need follow-up attention. The Food and Drug Administration cleared the system — called IDx-DR — for use in 2018. The agency said it was the first time it had authorized the marketing of a device that makes a screening decision without a clinician having to get involved in the interpretation. It's a harbinger of things to come. Companies are rapidly developing software to supplement or even replace doctors for certain tasks. And the FDA, accustomed to approving drugs and clearing medical devices, is now figuring out how to make sure computer algorithms are safe and effective. Wells was one of
          It’s double trouble for Maya Barnes when her partner’s identical twin impersonates the missing agent in this electrifying romantic suspense set in the steamy streets of New Orleans. Special Agent Maximilian (Undercover FBI Book 3) by Mimi Barbour      Comment   Translate Page      
Today’s Kindle Daily Deals! brought to you by: Special Agent Maximilian (Undercover FBI Book 3) by Mimi Barbour 4.4 stars – 50 reviews Kindle Price: 99 cents Currently FREE for Amazon Prime Members FREE with – Learn More Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled See more titles by Mimi Barbour Here’s the set-up: Identical twins but different […]
          3-28 4pm Bobby & Deke: on the Saints' longterm future      Comment   Translate Page      
In the wake of the Chargers and Raiders chainging zip codes, Bobby & Deke discuss the future of the Saints longterm in the city of New Orleans.

[0:15:26] ... hobby all all the main hobby all embraced the Boston Patriots via New England Patriots golf collect votes out thing. If it came down if it came down to like he'd been here that was the difference ...
[0:16:00] ... IND and they want to an international flavor of an advantage here New Orleans Saints around the world go unnoticed city of New Orleans vs a golds out well this on a body of water connect the ...
[0:21:11] ... in the charities to see at Three Rivers. The Rams at the St. Louis Rams and and the Saint Louis alma since Braves heyday they broke all that up and meet. The NC talk kinds Theo for ...
[0:24:39] ... Olympic Leo had a significant drop off when Cora got her. Funding Jack Del Rio all ruled dog going to be look in. They go to different directions of ever that happens again. And that's it you ...

          3-27 4pm Deuce & Deke: on Kaepernick, Manziel and the Zurich Classic      Comment   Translate Page      
Deuce and Deke ask whether Saints fans would rather take a chance on Colin Kaepernick or Johnny Manziel as a backup to Drew Brees, then talk with Fore! Kids Foundation CEO Steve Worthy about the upcoming Zurich Classic.

[0:00:00] ... And good evening and welcome the sports fell along with the great Deuce McAllister I'm Deke Bellavia going to 7 o'clock tonight at the landings on the LSU sports network. Poll the Altman area ship coming up on today's program ST worthy. A Zurich classic tournament director will be would have to talk about these Zurich classic media day to day and also that we with talk about the a coming of it. It's taken place they were 24 with a thirty. Too damn Super Bowl winning head coach of the Oakland Raiders and of course tournament is it that this who both should be here in New Orleans every year. The great time floors will be with the upper body very difficult and tough day today as it is so beneficial of the Oakland Raiders will eventually moved to. Las Vegas but. In an uncomfortable. Scenario an atmosphere they've played two years in Oakland before their move ...
[0:06:45] ... five. 613 and have Seattle Oakland Kansas City did Giants in the Denver Broncos. And New Orleans Saints come in at number twenty. Four that's where the back in goal are. And the NFL post. Free ...
[0:07:56] ... abetted in the 24 this team. In in this field he is deuce. McAllister he's been there and done that course his opinion cares anomaly because when you're an all time leading rusher for you comets ...
[0:09:39] ... amateur treatment. You know solid in Vegas. Or rather the global credit Oakland. Raiders fans and yeah that was about it but Al fumbled out of date and they're gonna get it may. With the bat. ...

          3-24 4pm Bobby, Deuce & Deke: on Colin Kaepernick      Comment   Translate Page      
Bobby, Deuce & Deke take calls on whether unsigned quarterback Colin Kaepernick is being blackballed by the league for his political stances.

[0:00:04] ... out on the Butte camp with the Louisiana State University. Along with Deuce McAllister I'm Deke Bellavia picture right now deuce is speaking to a big group of coaches here at the 2017. An issue for ...
[0:03:16] ... the hole assess the situation. I think to a certain extent. Would Aaron Brooks was with the Saints and when we need to do that Katrina years you remember him to Katrina season with a locks it down here and we. Do you agree prior to Monday Night Football game in me felt it though her parents opportunity. Moving forward and national football so your take on comment camp kind of ...
[0:09:54] ... card it's out there your exactly right about that because you know Tony Romo what would be but. I've I've got to on my understanding with the Texans or if you go get 72 million dollars to a guy who thought it would and having gains in off Waller. And you're now within the focal before round pick. If that's what Dallas won't. Ticket Tony Romo what are the what are they thinking is it more to it than meets the we don't know maybe Dallas asking price ...
[0:24:38] ... time the Russia for the Ole miss rebels in New Orleans Saints Deuce McAllister and Deke your ability. 2608 syndicate your take on Carling captain nick is that coming candidate being a black ball or do ...

          Drake Addresses Being Called a Culture Vulture      Comment   Translate Page      

Sitting down with DJ Tiffany Calver on BBC Radio 1's 1Xtra Rap Show, Canadian superstar Drake finally addressed those pesky "culture vulture" tags people have been placing on him. “I hate that people think that me being into music from these kids that are trying to make it and build a name for themselves is like, ‘Oh, that’s some culture vulture,'” he admitted. “What does that even mean? I don’t understand. Would you rather me not acknowledge anything or not support? That’s some real confused hater sh*t,” Drake states in the interview. People from all over the world have been calling Drake a "culture vulture" due to him often borrowing sounds and styles from underground subcultures like New Orleans bounce, Caribbean dancehall, and UK grime and funky house on some of his biggest hits. “I’ll never understand how supporting somebody’s song, or even going a step further, giving somebody a song or linking up.. I’ll never understand how that’s not viewed as something admirable,” he claimed, stating he samples to show support rather than to build his own career. Head over to BBC Radio's website to stream the full 1Xtra's Rap Show episode now. What do you think of his response to being called a "culture vulture?" Let us know in the comment section below. Drake is currently on his Assassination Vacation Tour which concludes on April 26 in Amsterdam. In more music-related news, BTS' SNL debut made K-Pop history.   View this post on Instagram   ????? . . @champagnepapi co-hosts The #1XtraRapShow with @tiffanycalver Saturday 9-11pm ??? A post shared by BBC Radio 1Xtra (@bbc1xtra) on Apr 10, 2019 at 11:25pm PDT View this post on Instagram #drake responds to UK artist #wiley calling him a culture vulture. A post shared by DJ Akademiks (@akadmiks) on Apr 14, 2019 at 1:37am PDT

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          Gavin Mock Draft V2.0 2019      Comment   Translate Page      
ROUND 3 3- 1- 65 Arizona Cardinals 3- 2- 66 Pittsburgh Steelers from Oakland Raiders 3- 3- 67 Indianapolis Colts from 49ers 3- 4- 68 New York Jets 3- 5- 69 Jacksonville Jaguars 3- 6- 70 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 3- 7- Choice Forfeited by New York Giants 3- 8- 71 Denver Broncos 3- 9- 72 Cincinnati Bengals 3-10- 73 New England Patriots from Detroit Lions 3-11- 74 Buffalo Bills 3-12- 75 Detroit Lions- from Green Bay Packers 3-13- 76 Washington Redskins 3-14- 77 Carolina Panthers 3-15- 78 Miami Dolphins 3-16- 79 Atlanta Falcons 3-17- 80 Cleveland Browns 3-18- 81 Minnesota Vikings 3-19- 82 Tennessee Titans 3-20- 83 Pittsburgh Steelers 3-21- 84 Seattle Seahawks 3-22- 85 Baltimore Ravens 3-23- 86 Houston Texans 3-24- 87 Chicago Bears 3-25- 88 Detroit Lions from Philadelphia Eagles 3-26- 89 Indianapolis Colts 3-27- 90 Falcons from Dallas Cowboys 3-28- 91 Los Angeles Chargers 3-29- 92 Kansas City Chiefs 3-30- 93 New York Jets from New Orleans Saints 3-31- 94 Los Angeles Rams 3-32- 95 New York Giants from New England Patriots via Cleveland Browns 3-32- 96 Washington Redskins (Compensatory Selection) 3-33- 97 New England Patriots (Compensatory Selection) 3-34- 98 Jacksonville from Los Angeles Rams (Compensatory Selection) 3-35- 99 Los Angeles Rams (Compensatory Selection) 3-36-100 Ny Giants- Carolina Panthers (Compensatory Selection) 3-37-101 New England Patriots (Compensatory Selection) 3-38-102 Baltimore Ravens (Compensatory Selection)
          Benjamin Watson helping to raise funds for burned Mississippi churches      Comment   Translate Page      
Former Saints tight end Benjamin Watson was always one of the most socially active players in the NFL, and a two-time finalist for the league’s Walter Payton Man of the Year award. Now, the recently retired tight end is trying to help rebuild three Mississippi churches. Via Rod Walker of the New Orleans Advocate, Watson [more]
          Pizza Maker/Cashier - New Orleans Pizza Arthur - Arthur, ON      Comment   Translate Page      
We are looking for Pizza Maker/Cashiers. All shifts are available (days/ evenings/ weekends). No experience is required but is an asset. Training provided....
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          Pizza Maker/Cashier - New Orleans Pizza Fergus - Fergus, ON      Comment   Translate Page      
We are looking for staff to work as kitchen staff/ customer service roles. Training is provided....
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          How Can We Be Sure Artificial Intelligence Is Safe For Medical Use?      Comment   Translate Page      
When Merdis Wells visited the diabetes clinic at the University Medical Center in New Orleans about a year ago, a nurse practitioner checked her eyes to look for signs of diabetic retinopathy, the most common cause of blindness. At her next visit, in February of this year, artificial intelligence software made the call. The clinic had just installed a system that's designed to identify patients who need follow-up attention. The Food and Drug Administration cleared the system — called IDx-DR — for use in 2018. The agency said it was the first time it had authorized the marketing of a device that makes a screening decision without a clinician having to get involved in the interpretation. It's a harbinger of things to come. Companies are rapidly developing software to supplement or even replace doctors for certain tasks. And the FDA, accustomed to approving drugs and clearing medical devices, is now figuring out how to make sure computer algorithms are safe and effective. Wells was one of
          How Can We Be Sure Artificial Intelligence Is Safe For Medical Use?      Comment   Translate Page      
When Merdis Wells visited the diabetes clinic at the University Medical Center in New Orleans about a year ago, a nurse practitioner checked her eyes to look for signs of diabetic retinopathy, the most common cause of blindness. At her next visit, in February of this year, artificial intelligence software made the call. The clinic had just installed a system that's designed to identify patients who need follow-up attention. The Food and Drug Administration cleared the system — called IDx-DR — for use in 2018. The agency said it was the first time it had authorized the marketing of a device that makes a screening decision without a clinician having to get involved in the interpretation. It's a harbinger of things to come. Companies are rapidly developing software to supplement or even replace doctors for certain tasks. And the FDA, accustomed to approving drugs and clearing medical devices, is now figuring out how to make sure computer algorithms are safe and effective. Wells was one of
          New Orleans' Royal Street is home to the queen of clarinet      Comment   Translate Page      

Great to read the article on New Orleans (“New Orleans True Royalty,” by Christopher Reynolds, April 7), especially about Doreen Ketchens, an incredible jazz clarinet player, and her group.

We have been enjoying her for more than 25 years. Thank you for your recognition of Ketchens and that true-to-life...


          3-28 4pm Bobby & Deke: on the Saints' longterm future      Comment   Translate Page      
In the wake of the Chargers and Raiders chainging zip codes, Bobby & Deke discuss the future of the Saints longterm in the city of New Orleans.

[0:15:26] ... hobby all all the main hobby all embraced the Boston Patriots via New England Patriots golf collect votes out thing. If it came down if it came down to like he'd been here that was the difference ...
[0:16:00] ... IND and they want to an international flavor of an advantage here New Orleans Saints around the world go unnoticed city of New Orleans vs a golds out well this on a body of water connect the ...
[0:21:11] ... in the charities to see at Three Rivers. The Rams at the St. Louis Rams and and the Saint Louis alma since Braves heyday they broke all that up and meet. The NC talk kinds Theo for ...
[0:24:39] ... Olympic Leo had a significant drop off when Cora got her. Funding Jack Del Rio all ruled dog going to be look in. They go to different directions of ever that happens again. And that's it you ...

          3-27 4pm Deuce & Deke: on Kaepernick, Manziel and the Zurich Classic      Comment   Translate Page      
Deuce and Deke ask whether Saints fans would rather take a chance on Colin Kaepernick or Johnny Manziel as a backup to Drew Brees, then talk with Fore! Kids Foundation CEO Steve Worthy about the upcoming Zurich Classic.

[0:00:00] ... And good evening and welcome the sports fell along with the great Deuce McAllister I'm Deke Bellavia going to 7 o'clock tonight at the landings on the LSU sports network. Poll the Altman area ship coming up on today's program ST worthy. A Zurich classic tournament director will be would have to talk about these Zurich classic media day to day and also that we with talk about the a coming of it. It's taken place they were 24 with a thirty. Too damn Super Bowl winning head coach of the Oakland Raiders and of course tournament is it that this who both should be here in New Orleans every year. The great time floors will be with the upper body very difficult and tough day today as it is so beneficial of the Oakland Raiders will eventually moved to. Las Vegas but. In an uncomfortable. Scenario an atmosphere they've played two years in Oakland before their move ...
[0:06:45] ... five. 613 and have Seattle Oakland Kansas City did Giants in the Denver Broncos. And New Orleans Saints come in at number twenty. Four that's where the back in goal are. And the NFL post. Free ...
[0:07:56] ... abetted in the 24 this team. In in this field he is deuce. McAllister he's been there and done that course his opinion cares anomaly because when you're an all time leading rusher for you comets ...
[0:09:39] ... amateur treatment. You know solid in Vegas. Or rather the global credit Oakland. Raiders fans and yeah that was about it but Al fumbled out of date and they're gonna get it may. With the bat. ...

          3-24 4pm Bobby, Deuce & Deke: on Colin Kaepernick      Comment   Translate Page      
Bobby, Deuce & Deke take calls on whether unsigned quarterback Colin Kaepernick is being blackballed by the league for his political stances.

[0:00:04] ... out on the Butte camp with the Louisiana State University. Along with Deuce McAllister I'm Deke Bellavia picture right now deuce is speaking to a big group of coaches here at the 2017. An issue for ...
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Slate Springs native Durell Wade, the World War II veteran killed in the attack on Pearl Harbor who was remembered at the State Veterans Cemetery in Kilmichael last December, will be part of the National World War II Museum in New Orleans. The family recently received notice from the museum they would accept his medals, […]
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  • Sen. Cory Booker's 2020 kickoff rally on Saturday had fairly low turnout, especially compared to some of his Democratic competitors. 
  • Newark police were reportedly preparing for around 10,000 people, but just over 4,100 showed. 
  • Booker's campaign has struggled to find momentum so far, and he's way behind in both the polls and fundraising. 
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NEWARK, NJ — The weather was perfect for Democratic Sen. Cory Booker’s 2020 kickoff rally in Newark, New Jersey, on Saturday, but the sunshine was apparently not enough of a draw for locals to come out and support their former mayor.

Newark police were reportedly planning for up to 10,000 people to show up at the rally. The venue, Military Park in the city's historic downtown, was full of open space.

Booker's campaign told INSIDER that according to Gary Bootes, head of security for the event, there were over 4,100 people in attendance.

Comparatively, Sen. Bernie Sanders' 2020 kickoff rally in Brooklyn, New York, which took place on a snowy, cold day in early March, had a crowd of roughly 13,000.

Sen. Kamala Harris's 2020 kickoff rally in Oakland, California, in late January had approximately 20,000 people in attendance.

Though the crowd in Newark was relatively small, it was quite diverse. The city's population is roughly 50% black, and the crowd at the rally was full of people of all races and ages. 

Those in attendance did their best to find shade where they could on one of the warmest days in the region in 2019 so far. At least one person fainted but got help quickly from medical professionals on the scene.

Before Booker took the stage, his mother, Carolyn, spoke and boasted of her son's accomplishments.

"I have watched Cory fight for this community. I have watched Cory fight for this state," she said. "He's a servant leader…Cory will be the type of president who doesn't just lead people, but will listen to the people."

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Booker strutted onto the stage around 1:30 pm ET to Bill Withers' "Lovely Day," thanked his mother, and soon thereafter declared, "I learned right here on these streets that you can’t make progress by dividing people." 

"I will be a president for all people in America," Booker went on to say in English, and also in Spanish, in what was perhaps a veiled jab at President Donald Trump and his anti-immigrant rhetoric.

Later, Booker said, "Unlike this president, I won't ignore, or give license to white supremacy." 

The New Jersey senator accused Trump of squandering "America's moral authority" and coddling dictators.

"We will no longer wait for America to stand up for justice around the world," he said.

As he wrapped up his speech, Booker urged the crowd to recognize the urgency of the times we live in. 

"America we know our history — it is perpetual testimony to impatient, demanding, unrelenting people who in every generation stand up for justice. Generations of Americans have shown us what was possible when they refused to wait. Now it's our turn. And we have work to do. America — we can’t wait. — we will not wait... Together, America, we will rise," Booker said, his voice rising as he delivered the final lines of his address. 

The crowd cheered and Booker walked off to "No Problem" by Chance the Rapper. After, he could be seen taking selfies and chatting with people in attendance, though most of the crowd quickly dissipated. 

Despite Booker's strong rhetoric, his campaign appears to be struggling to find itself. The New Jersey senator is way behind in the polls — the latest Morning Consult poll puts him in seventh place.

He's also getting crushed in fundraising. He raised $5 million in February and March, his campaign recently announced — far below other 2020 candidates like Sen. Sanders and Sen. Harris, who respectively raised about $18.2 million and $12 million in the same general period.

Despite starting off with a far stronger national profile, Booker is even getting outpaced in polling and fundraising by Mayor Pete Buttigieg of South Bend, Indiana.

It's still early in the 2020 race, and Booker's campaign could get a boost if he performs well in upcoming debates in Miami and Detroit. But, so far, his run for the White House has received a lukewarm response from Democratic voters.

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          New Orleans' Royal Street is home to the queen of clarinet      Comment   Translate Page      

Great to read the article on New Orleans (“New Orleans True Royalty,” by Christopher Reynolds, April 7), especially about Doreen Ketchens, an incredible jazz clarinet player, and her group.

We have been enjoying her for more than 25 years. Thank you for your recognition of Ketchens and that true-to-life...


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When Merdis Wells visited the diabetes clinic at the University Medical Center in New Orleans about a year ago, a nurse practitioner checked her eyes to look for signs of diabetic retinopathy, the most common cause of blindness. At her next visit, in February of this year, artificial intelligence...

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Saturday’s Games New Orleans 8, Omaha 2 Omaha 4, New Orleans 3 Oklahoma City 3, Iowa 0 Iowa 2, Oklahoma City 1 Sunday’s Games Memphis at Round Rock, 2:05 p.m. Oklahoma City at Iowa, 2:08 p.m.
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The NFL will enforce a new rule in terms of pass interference for the 2019 NFL season, and it is certain to affect one major aspect of the game. New pass interference rules With 1:49 remaining in the 4th quarter of the 2018 NFC Championship game, New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees threw an incompletion […]

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          New Orleans' Royal Street is home to the queen of clarinet      Comment   Translate Page      

Great to read the article on New Orleans (“New Orleans True Royalty,” by Christopher Reynolds, April 7), especially about Doreen Ketchens, an incredible jazz clarinet player, and her group.

We have been enjoying her for more than 25 years. Thank you for your recognition of Ketchens and that true-to-life...


          Jefferson County judge considers removal of Confederate statue at courthouse      Comment   Translate Page      

The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette reported this morning on Jefferson County Judge Gerald Robinson's idea to remove a Confederate statue that stands at the entrance to the Jefferson County courthouse in Pine Bluff. A hubbub is likely to follow, but he's right.

Good thing this article didn't appear a week ago, with legislation pending to usurp the authority of local government to do just such a thing. The bill failed, but the county judge's threat to move a relic of the cult of the Lost Cause might have mustered still more proponents for the bill. For now, the county judge is only looking at the idea. The newspaper quoted him:

"I think in today's time we're trying to move on, especially when dealing with racial harmony," Robinson said. "I don't think the Confederate statue depicts our country."

Robinson does not dispute the historical significance of the monument, but he said the history reflected by it refers to a time in American history when slavery tore apart the nation and mired it in a civil war that has cast a shadow ever since.

"That's not what this country is about," Robinson said. "We need to move on from it."
Amen. The statue memorializes the fight to preserve slavery. The 20th-century effort to memorialize that fight with statues all over coincided with a resurgence of the Ku Klux Klan and other concrete illustrations of a desire to hold back black people. Its symbolism is striking at the door of the seat of law for a county that has a majority black population and still bears the marks of centuries of discrimination.

The statue was commissioned and installed at Pine Bluff High School, not the courthouse, in 1910 by the local United Daughters of the Confederacy. A high school building project prompted its move to the courthouse in 1974. It's a tribute, the historical records say, to David O. Dodd, "boy martyr of the Confederacy." Dodd was hanged as a traitor for spying on Union forces and is the namesake of the UDC chapter that held a tea, bazaar and other fund-raising activities for the statue.

Jefferson County went down this road at least once before. The Pine Bluff Commercial noted in 2017, when concerns about Civil War monuments began breaking out nationally, that then-County Judge Jack Jones appointed a "multi-racial" committee in the 1990s to consider whether the statute should be moved and concluded it should stay in place. Times have changed in Jefferson County, but only recently. It elected its first black county judge in 2016 and Pine Bluff elected its first black mayor that same year. That first judge, Henry Wilkins, in 2017 was measured in his remarks about the statue. He said he'd heard concerns about it, but said he'd want to discuss the issue before talking about removal. He also acknowledged it was a historic monument and should be preserved, perhaps in a museum. His tenure was cut short by involvement in a bribery investigation related to his time as a state legislator.

Here's the history of the monument compiled
for its inclusion in the national registry of historic places.

I'm with former New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu and his memorable explanation of the removal of Confederate statuary in his city. A government of and by and for all the people should be careful in how it displays tributes to the fight for slavery. The fierce effort to preserve such memorials speaks even more loudly than the piles of marble themselves. Look to the modern-day "South's defenders" in the legislature and other public offices and see what I mean. You won't find many ardent champions of the poor and disenfranchised and minorities among them.
          3-28 4pm Bobby & Deke: on the Saints' longterm future      Comment   Translate Page      
In the wake of the Chargers and Raiders chainging zip codes, Bobby & Deke discuss the future of the Saints longterm in the city of New Orleans.

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          3-27 4pm Deuce & Deke: on Kaepernick, Manziel and the Zurich Classic      Comment   Translate Page      
Deuce and Deke ask whether Saints fans would rather take a chance on Colin Kaepernick or Johnny Manziel as a backup to Drew Brees, then talk with Fore! Kids Foundation CEO Steve Worthy about the upcoming Zurich Classic.

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          3-24 4pm Bobby, Deuce & Deke: on Colin Kaepernick      Comment   Translate Page      
Bobby, Deuce & Deke take calls on whether unsigned quarterback Colin Kaepernick is being blackballed by the league for his political stances.

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          3 men chosen for 32-member New Orleans Saints dance squad      Comment   Translate Page      

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Three men have been chosen for the New Orleans Saints dance squad, up from one last year. NOLA.com/The Times-Picayune reports that the first man chosen for Sainsations, Jesse Hernandez of Maurice, Louisiana, is returning. A slide show posted to the Saintsations’ website on Friday only gives the first names of the […]

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          How Can We Be Sure Artificial Intelligence Is Safe For Medical Use?      Comment   Translate Page      
When Merdis Wells visited the diabetes clinic at the University Medical Center in New Orleans about a year ago, a nurse practitioner checked her eyes to look for signs of diabetic retinopathy, the most common cause of blindness. At her next visit, in February of this year, artificial intelligence software made the call. The clinic had just installed a system that's designed to identify patients who need follow-up attention. The Food and Drug Administration cleared the system — called IDx-DR — for use in 2018. The agency said it was the first time it had authorized the marketing of a device that makes a screening decision without a clinician having to get involved in the interpretation. It's a harbinger of things to come. Companies are rapidly developing software to supplement or even replace doctors for certain tasks. And the FDA, accustomed to approving drugs and clearing medical devices, is now figuring out how to make sure computer algorithms are safe and effective. Wells was one of
          New Orleans' Royal Street is home to the queen of clarinet      Comment   Translate Page      

Great to read the article on New Orleans (“New Orleans True Royalty,” by Christopher Reynolds, April 7), especially about Doreen Ketchens, an incredible jazz clarinet player, and her group.

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          Coast Guard medevacs 81-year-old woman from cruise ship      Comment   Translate Page      
NEW ORLEANS – The Coast Guard medevaced a woman from a cruise ship near mile marker 50 on the Mississippi River near Pointe a la Hache, Louisiana, Saturday. Coast Guard Sector New Orleans watchstanders received a report at 7:19 p.m. of an 81-year-old woman experiencing heart attack-like symptoms aboard the cruise ship Carnival Glory while […]
          This Alvin Kamara training video is nothing shy of incredible      Comment   Translate Page      
Anyone who has watched the New Orleans Saints over the past two years can tell you Alvin Kamara is one of the most athletic players in the NFL, but you can never understand just how athletic until you see the way the star running back trains. Over the weekend, Dr. Sharif Tabbah of Athletix Rehab...Read More
          Watch Oklahoma City Thunder Vs. Portland Trail Blazers Live Stream: NBA Playoffs Opener, Start Time, Preview      Comment   Translate Page      

Maurice Harkless drives around Andre Roberson.

After taking the third seed in the NBA Western Conferece for the second straight year, the Portland Trail Blazers will hope to avoid the same humiliation they experienced last season when they were upset — and swept — in the first round by the sixth-seeded New Orleans Pelicans, per Basketball Reference. This time around, however the Blazers face a team that swept them in all four meetings during the regular season, the Oklahoma City Thunder, when they open their first-round playoff series in Sunday game that will live stream from Oregon.

To find out how to watch a live stream of the Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Portland Trail Blazers opening game of their first-round NBA Western Conference Playoff series, see the streaming info at the bottom of this article. The matchup gets underway at 12:30 p.m. Pacific Daylight Time at the 19,400-seat Moda Center at the Rose Garden in Portland, Oregon, on Sunday, April 14.

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If you liked Black Panther, listen to the music that introduced and embodies Afro-Futurism. Photojournalist Marc PoKempner captured a bit of the celestial magic of the Sun Ra Arkestra during its November touchdown in New Orleans’s Music Box Village. — Howard Mandel
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When Merdis Wells visited the diabetes clinic at the University Medical Center in New Orleans about a year ago, a nurse practitioner checked her eyes to look for signs of diabetic retinopathy, the most common cause of blindness.

At her next visit, in February of this year, artificial intelligence software made the call.

The clinic had just installed a system that's designed to identify patients who need follow-up attention.

The Food and Drug Administration cleared the system — called IDx-DR — for use in 2018. The agency said it was the first time it had authorized the marketing of a device that makes a screening decision without a clinician having to get involved in the interpretation.

It's a harbinger of things to come. Companies are rapidly developing software to supplement or even replace doctors for certain tasks. And the FDA, accustomed to approving drugs and clearing medical devices, is now figuring out how to make sure computer algorithms are safe and effective.

Wells was one of the first patients at the clinic in early February to be tested with the new device, which can be run by someone without medical training. The system produces a simple report that identifies whether there are signs that a patient's vision is starting to erode.

Wells had no problem with the computer making the call. "I think that's lovely!" she says.

"Do I still get to see the pictures?" Wells asks nurse practitioner Debra Brown. Yes, Brown replies.

"I like seeing me because I want to take care of me, so I want to know as much as possible about me," Wells says.

The 60-year-old resident of nearby Algiers, La., leans into the camera, which has an eyepiece for each eye.

"It's just going to be like a regular picture," Brown explains. "But when we flash, the light will be a little bright."

Once Wells is in position, Brown adjusts the camera.

"Don't blink!" she says. "3-2-1-0!" The camera flashes and captures the image. Three more flashes and the exam is done.

She says still planning to examine the images and backstop the computer's conclusion. That reassures Wells.

The test is quick and easy, which is by design. People with diabetes are supposed to get this screening test every year, but many don't. Brown says the new system could allow the clinic to screen a lot more patients for diabetic retinopathy.

That's the hope of the system's inventor, Michael Abramoff, an ophthalmologist at the University of Iowa and company founder.

"The problem is many people with diabetes only go to an eye-care provider like me when they have symptoms," he says. "And we need to find [retinopathy] before then. So that's why early detection is really important."

Abramoff spent years developing a computer algorithm that could scan retina images and automatically pick up early signs of diabetic retinopathy. And he wanted it to work in clinics, like the one in New Orleans, rather than in ophthalmologists' offices.

Developing the computer algorithm wasn't the hard part.

"It turns out the biggest hurdle, if you care about patient safety, is the FDA," he says.

That hurdle is essential for public safety, but not an easy one for a brand-new technology — especially one that makes a medical call without an expert on hand.

Often medical software gets an easy road to market, compared with drugs. Software is handled through the generally less rigorous pathway for medical devices. For most devices, the evaluation involves a comparison with something already on the market.

But this technology for detecting diabetic retinopathy was unique, and a patient's vision is potentially on the line.

When Abramoff approached the FDA, "of course they were uncomfortable at first," he says, "and so we started working together on how can we prove that this can be safe."

Abramoff needed to show that the technology was not just safe and effective but that it would work on a very diverse population, since all sorts of people get diabetes. That ultimately meant testing the machine on 900 people at 10 different sites.

"We went into inner cities, we went into southern New Mexico to make sure we captured all those people that needed to be represented," he says.

All the sites were primary care clinics, because the company wanted to demonstrate that the technology would well without having an ophthalmologist on hand.

That extensive test satisfied the FDA that the test would be broadly useable, and reasonably accurate. IDx-DR surpassed the FDA's requirement. Test results that indicated eye disease needed to be correct at least 85 percent of the time, while those finding no significant eye damage needed to be correct at least 82.5 percent of the time.

"It's better than me, and I'm a very experienced retinal specialist," Abramoff says.

The FDA helped guide the company's software through its regulatory process, which is evolving to accommodate inventions flowing out of artificial intelligence labs.

Bakul Patel, associate director for digital health at the FDA, says that in general, the FDA expects more evidence and assurances for technologies that have a greater potential to cause harm if they fail.

Some software is completely exempt from the FDA process. A simple tweak in a routine piece of software may not require any FDA review at all. The rules get tighter for a change that could substantially alter the performance of an artificial intelligence algorithm.

The agency has years of experience approving software that is part of medical devices, but new algorithms are creating new challenges.

For one thing, the agency needs to be wary of approving an algorithm that's based on a particular set of patients, if it's not clear that it will be effective in different groups. An algorithm to identify skin cancer may be developed primarily on white patients and may not work on patients with darker skin.

And many algorithms, once on the market, will continue to gather data that can be used to improve their performance. Some programs outside of health science continually update themselves to accomplish that. That raises questions about how and when updated software needs another round of review.

"We realize that we have to re-imagine how we look at these things, and allow for the changes that go on, especially in this space," Patel says.

To do that, the FDA is testing out a whole new approach to clearing algorithms. The agency is experimenting with a system called precertification that puts more emphasis on examining the process that companies use to develop their products, and less emphasis on examining each new tweak. Continued monitoring is another element of this strategy.

"We're going to take this concept and take it on a test run," Patel says.

Because many algorithms will likely be in a state of continual evolution, "it's really important when a system is deployed in the real world that we monitor those systems to make sure that they're performing the way we expect," says Christina Silcox, a researcher at the Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy.

She's enthusiastic about the prospects of AI in medicine, while alert to some of the challenges the FDA will face.

"Right now we might see an update to a medical device every 18 months," she says. "In software you might expect to see one every two weeks or every month."

Seemingly minor software glitches can occasionally have serious unintended consequences. One of the worst cases involved a radiation therapy machine that, in the 1980s, gave huge overdoses of radiation to some patients because of a software bug.

Researchers looking at more recent incidents identified 627 software recalls by the FDA from 2011 through 2015. Those included 12 "high risk" devices such as ventilators and a defibrillator.

Patel certainly doesn't want to see a high-profile failure, because that could set back a promising and rapidly growing industry.

One challenge that's beyond the FDA's scope is figuring out how to resolve conflicting conclusions from rival devices. Genetic tests that are used to guide cancer treatment, for example, already provide conflicting treatment recommendations, says Isaac Kohane, a pediatrician who heads the biomedical informatics department at Harvard Medical School. "Guess what," he says, "The same thing is going to happen with these AI programs."

"We're going to have built-in disagreements and no doctor and no patient will know what is right," he says.

Indeed, IDx isn't the only company that interested in using an algorithm to identify early signs of diabetic retinopathy. Among its competitors is Verily, one of Google's sister companies, which is currently deploying its technology in India. (Google is among NPR's financial supporters).

"Actually I'm quite bullish in the long term," Kohane says, as he looks out on the burgeoning field of AI. "In the short term, it's wild land grab."

He says we need the equivalent of Consumer Reports in this area to help resolve these disagreements and identify superior technologies. He would also like reviews to examine not simply whether a technology performs as expected, but if it's an improvement for patients. "What you really want is to get healthy," he says.

The cost of the camera and set-up for the IDx-DR systems is around $20,000, a company spokesperson said in an email. There are options to rent or lease-to-own the camera that can reduce the upfront costs.

The list price for each exam is $34, the spokesperson said. But it varies depending on factors including patient volume.

A technically accurate piece of software doesn't automatically lead to better health.

At the diabetes clinic in New Orleans, for example, the system replaced a service that also checked for another cause of blindness, glaucoma.

Nurse practitioner Brown visually scans Wells' images for signs of glaucoma, but that wouldn't happen when the work is handed off to someone who lacks her expertise. Instead, the diabetes clinic staff will refer patients to get another appointment for that test.

Wells also got something that future patients might not – a review of her retina images, so she could see for herself any suspected issues. That interaction with a health care professional was also an important moment to talk about her diet and what she can do to stay healthy.

Chevelle Parker, another nurse practitioner, points to some silvery lines inside the eye's blood vessels.

"That happens when your sugar levels are high," Parker explains. "It can also be an indication of diabetic retinopathy. So we're going to do a referral and send you on for complete testing."

The software did its intended job. While Wells seemed a bit upset by the news, at least she has found out about this concern early, while there's still time to protect her vision.

You can reach NPR Science Correspondent Richard Harris at rharris@npr.org.

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          New Orleans' Royal Street is home to the queen of clarinet      Comment   Translate Page      

Great to read the article on New Orleans (“New Orleans True Royalty,” by Christopher Reynolds, April 7), especially about Doreen Ketchens, an incredible jazz clarinet player, and her group.

We have been enjoying her for more than 25 years. Thank you for your recognition of Ketchens and that true-to-life...


          Gavin Mock Draft V2.0 2019      Comment   Translate Page      
Round 1 and Round 2 results are here: ROUND 3 3- 1- 65 Arizona Cardinals - @That Guy - Trysten Hill DT UCF 3- 2- 66 Pittsburgh Steelers from Oakland Raiders - @danlhart87 - Kelvin Harmon, WR, North Carolina State 3- 3- 67 Indianapolis Colts from 49ers - @danlhart87 - Lonnie Johnson, CB, Kentucky 3- 4- 68 New York Jets - @CR91 - Amani Oruwariye, CB, Penn State 3- 5- 69 Eagles from Jacksonville Jaguars - @pacolts56 - Miles Sanders, RB, Penn State 3- 6- 70 Tampa Bay Buccaneers - @John Hammonds - Vosean Joseph, OLB, Florida 3- 7- Choice Forfeited by New York Giants 3- 8- 71 Denver Broncos - @RNGDShobby - Dre'Mont Jones, DT, Ohio State 3- 9- 72 Cincinnati Bengals - @MPStack - Michael Jordan, OG, Ohio State 3-10- 73 New England Patriots from Detroit Lions - @chad72 - Josh Oliver, TE, San Jose State 3-11- 74 Buffalo Bills - @twfish - David Montgomery, RB, Iowa State 3-12- 75 Detroit Lions- from Green Bay Packers - @PureLuck - Elgton Jenkins, OG/C, Miss. State 3-13- 76 Washington Redskins - @Zoltan 3-14- 77 Carolina Panthers - @Matthew Gilbert 3-15- 78 Miami Dolphins - @John Hammonds 3-16- 79 Atlanta Falcons - @RNGDShobby 3-17- 80 Cleveland Browns - @stitches 3-18- 81 Lions- Minnesota Vikings - @PureLuck 3-19- 82 Tennessee Titans - @Clem-Dog 3-20- 83 Pittsburgh Steelers - @danlhart87 3-21- 84 Seattle Seahawks - @Four2itus 3-22- 85 Baltimore Ravens - @pacolts56 3-23- 86 Houston Texans - @PureLuck 3-24- 87 Chicago Bears - @csmopar 3-25- 88 Vikings- Detroit Lions from Philadelphia Eagles - @NFLfan 3-26- 89 Indianapolis Colts - @danlhart87 3-27- 90 Falcons from Dallas Cowboys - @RNGDShobby 3-28- 91 Los Angeles Chargers - @Buck Showalter 3-29- 92 Kansas City Chiefs - @Finball 3-30- 93 New York Jets from New Orleans Saints - @CR91 3-31- 94 Los Angeles Rams - @Four2itus 3-32- 95 New York Giants from New England Patriots via Cleveland Browns - @Matthew Gilbert 3-32- 96 Washington Redskins (Compensatory Selection) - @Zoltan 3-33- 97 New England Patriots (Compensatory Selection) - @chad72 3-34- 98 Jacksonville from Los Angeles Rams (Compensatory Selection) - @Finball 3-35- 99 Los Angeles Rams (Compensatory Selection) - @Four2itus 3-36-100 Ny Giants- Carolina Panthers (Compensatory Selection) - @Matthew Gilbert 3-37-101 New England Patriots (Compensatory Selection) - @chad72 3-38-102 Baltimore Ravens (Compensatory Selection) - @pacolts56
          40 Day & 40 Nights      Comment   Translate Page      
Digging on the hard drive and found this Pella by Mikey D called 40 days & 40 nights. It's about how he grew up in New Orleans before & after Hurricane Katrina.
          Jefferson County judge considers removal of Confederate statue at courthouse      Comment   Translate Page      

The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette reported this morning on Jefferson County Judge Gerald Robinson's idea to remove a Confederate statue that stands at the entrance to the Jefferson County courthouse in Pine Bluff. A hubbub is likely to follow, but he's right.

Good thing this article didn't appear a week ago, with legislation pending to usurp the authority of local government to do just such a thing. The bill failed, but the county judge's threat to move a relic of the cult of the Lost Cause might have mustered still more proponents for the bill. For now, the county judge is only looking at the idea. The newspaper quoted him:

"I think in today's time we're trying to move on, especially when dealing with racial harmony," Robinson said. "I don't think the Confederate statue depicts our country."

Robinson does not dispute the historical significance of the monument, but he said the history reflected by it refers to a time in American history when slavery tore apart the nation and mired it in a civil war that has cast a shadow ever since.

"That's not what this country is about," Robinson said. "We need to move on from it."
Amen. The statue memorializes the fight to preserve slavery. The 20th-century effort to memorialize that fight with statues all over coincided with a resurgence of the Ku Klux Klan and other concrete illustrations of a desire to hold back black people. Its symbolism is striking at the door of the seat of law for a county that has a majority black population and still bears the marks of centuries of discrimination.

The statue was commissioned and installed at Pine Bluff High School, not the courthouse, in 1910 by the local United Daughters of the Confederacy. A high school building project prompted its move to the courthouse in 1974. It's a tribute, the historical records say, to David O. Dodd, "boy martyr of the Confederacy." Dodd was hanged as a traitor for spying on Union forces and is the namesake of the UDC chapter that held a tea, bazaar and other fund-raising activities for the statue.

Jefferson County went down this road at least once before. The Pine Bluff Commercial noted in 2017, when concerns about Civil War monuments began breaking out nationally, that then-County Judge Jack Jones appointed a "multi-racial" committee in the 1990s to consider whether the statute should be moved and concluded it should stay in place. Times have changed in Jefferson County, but only recently. It elected its first black county judge in 2016 and Pine Bluff elected its first black mayor that same year. That first judge, Henry Wilkins, in 2017 was measured in his remarks about the statue. He said he'd heard concerns about it, but said he'd want to discuss the issue before talking about removal. He also acknowledged it was a historic monument and should be preserved, perhaps in a museum. His tenure was cut short by involvement in a bribery investigation related to his time as a state legislator.

Here's the history of the monument compiled
for its inclusion in the national registry of historic places.

I'm with former New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu and his memorable explanation of the removal of Confederate statuary in his city. A government of and by and for all the people should be careful in how it displays tributes to the fight for slavery. The fierce effort to preserve such memorials speaks even more loudly than the piles of marble themselves. Look to the modern-day "South's defenders" in the legislature and other public offices and see what I mean. You won't find many ardent champions of the poor and disenfranchised and minorities among them.
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PCL, Omaha – New Orleans, Sunday, 3:05 pm ET Score, Highlights Probability of winning Omaha 47.86% New Orleans 52.14% Short Preview Recent matches Omaha is playing unstable (in the last 5 games wins – 3). New Orleans is in cheap shape now (in the last 5 games wins – 1). Omaha could have advantage in…
          New Orleans' Royal Street is home to the queen of clarinet      Comment   Translate Page      

Great to read the article on New Orleans (“New Orleans True Royalty,” by Christopher Reynolds, April 7), especially about Doreen Ketchens, an incredible jazz clarinet player, and her group.

We have been enjoying her for more than 25 years. Thank you for your recognition of Ketchens and that true-to-life...


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Louisiana working to create new statewide Civil Rights Trail
BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) - Lt. Gov. Billy Nungesser's office is holding nine meetings across the state in April and May to help choose locations for a new Louisiana Civil Rights Trail.
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Nungesser's office oversees state tourism efforts. It says the trail is planned to tell the story of Louisiana's role in the civil rights movement.
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The nine meetings start April 22 in New Orleans and Hammond. They continue in Lafayette, Opelousas, Alexandria, Thibodaux, Monroe, Shreveport and Lake Charles through May 22.
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Nungesser says the meetings aim to get "a full appreciation" of the stories, people and locations across Louisiana that are important to civil rights history.
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No deadline was given for creation and opening of the Civil Rights Trail.

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          New Orleans' Royal Street is home to the queen of clarinet      Comment   Translate Page      

Great to read the article on New Orleans (“New Orleans True Royalty,” by Christopher Reynolds, April 7), especially about Doreen Ketchens, an incredible jazz clarinet player, and her group.

We have been enjoying her for more than 25 years. Thank you for your recognition of Ketchens and that true-to-life...


          New Orleans' Royal Street is home to the queen of clarinet      Comment   Translate Page      

Great to read the article on New Orleans (“New Orleans True Royalty,” by Christopher Reynolds, April 7), especially about Doreen Ketchens, an incredible jazz clarinet player, and her group.

We have been enjoying her for more than 25 years. Thank you for your recognition of Ketchens and that true-to-life...


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          Must-See LGBTQ TV: 'The Amazing Race' returns and 'Someone Great' drops on Netflix!      Comment   Translate Page      

Grab the remote, set your DVR or queue up your streaming service of choice! GLAAD is bringing you the highlights LGBTQ on TV this week. Check back every Sunday for up-to-date coverage in LGBTQ-inclusive programming on TV.

The 31st season of The Amazing Race will premiere on CBS this Wednesday, bringing back fan favorite pairs from over the years. This includes out internet stars Tyler Oakley and Korey Kuhl, who came in third place on season 28. In addition to being best friends, Oakley and Kuhl also co-host their podcast Psychobabble. The Amazing Race: Wednesday, 9pm on CBS.

Netflix film Someone Great will be released on Friday. The film follows Jenny (Gina Rodriguez) and her two best friends Erin (DeWanda Wise) and Blair (Brittany Snow), for one outrageous last adventure in New York City before Jenny leaves for San Francisco. The film explores Erin potentially having a girfriend as it follows the three women through self-discovery, and growing into their 30s. The film also features gay comedian and actor Jaboukie Young-White. Someone Great: Friday, on Netflix.

Sunday, April 14: Star Trek: Discovery (CBS All Access); Killing Eve (8pm, AMC and BBC America); American Gods (8pm, Starz); Billions (9pm, Showtime); Now Apocalypse (9pm, Starz); Madam Secretary (10pm, CBS); The Chi (10pm, Showtime); Veep (10:30pm, HBO)

Monday: DC’s Legends of Tomorrow (8pm, The CW); Shadowhunters (8pm, Freeform); Arrow (9pm, The CW); 9-1-1 (9pm, Fox); Into the Badlands (10pm, AMC)

Tuesday: American Housewife (8pm, ABC); The Bold Type (8pm, Freeform); Roswell, New Mexico (9pm, The CW); NCIS: New Orleans (10pm, CBS); New Amsterdam (10pm, NBC)

Wednesday: Riverdale (8pm,  Empire (8pm, Fox); Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists (8pm, Freeform); The Amazing Race (9pm, CBS); Jane the Virgin (9pm, The CW); Star (9pm, Fox); The Magicians (9pm, Syfy)

Thursday: The Good Fight (CBS All Access); Grey’s Anatomy (8pm, ABC); Project Runway (8pm, Bravo); Station 19 (9pm, ABC); In the Dark (9pm, The CW); Brooklyn Nine-Nine (9pm, NBC); https://www.nbc.com/abbysAbby’s (9:30pm, NBC); RuPaul’s Drag Race (9pm, VH1); For the People (10pm, ABC)

Friday: Someone Great (Netflix); Dynasty (8pm, The CW); The Cool Kids (8:30pm, Fox); Proven Innocent (9pm, Fox)

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