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18 Apr 19
Buckeyes Wire

After the completion of another annual LifeSports Spring Game, practice is officially over until fall camp at Ohio State. Coming into spring ball, taking a stab at the depth chart was purely speculation based on last year and the potential of the upcoming season. Ohio State 2019 Spring Game: 5 things we learned https://t.co/4xobv6bHuN — […]

16 Apr 19
BetaBrand

When it comes to eyewear there’s no bigger player in the market than Luxottica. The Italian eyewear giant is home to around 40+ brands across both eyewear and retail. Industry leaders such as Oakley, Prada, Versace and Bvlgari are just a few of the big hitters owned and managed under the Luxottica umbrella. Founded in […]

16 Apr 19
SysGalaxy Market Research

Global Curable Materials Market report is built up with detailed research, especially on queries that thresholds on platform valuation, perfection circumstances, core-edge  encroachments, action based situations, roadmaps and structure of Curable Materials Market. The Curable Materials research expertise have consolidated analysis recently on new advancements in growth, basic required portfolios of top Business players and astonishing […]

14 Apr 19
Central Haywood church of Christ

Have you ever heard someone say, “all your church does is worship and study the Bible?”

12 Apr 19
Buckeye50

Here are the Rosters for the 2019 LifeSports Spring Game, Presented by Nationwide – April 13, 2019 SCARLET ROSTER 2019 LifeSports Spring Game, Presented by Nationwide – April 13, 2019 Cl./Elg. reflects Fall 2019 status C – 2018 Captain Gr. – Graduated *Varsity letters won Injured No. Name Pos. Hgt. Wgt. Cl/Elg ………………………………. Hometown/High School […]

12 Apr 19
Daily Breeze
A Superior Court Judge recently decided the plaintiffs in a lawsuit over a failed bid to rebuild the Redondo Beach waterfront must pay attorney’s fees to the city’s mayor, a councilman and a local activist group. The judge will determine how much CenterCal Properties, and Redondo Beach residents Chris Voisey and Arnette Travis must pay at a later date. It’s not yet known whether they will appeal the ruling. Travis declined to comment. Voisey and CenterCal’s owners — Fred Bruning and John Paul Wardy — did not return a request for comment. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] Redondo Beach and CenterCal Properties partnered on a lease agreement in 2016 to have the private company redevelop the waterfront. But the $400 million project was beset by controversy. And in March 2017, voters passed Measure C, which restricts waterfront development. A few months later, Voisey and Travis sued Rescue Our Waterfront, a political action committee that pushed for the measure, as well as the group’s president and treasurer. The pair also sued Redondo Beach Mayor Mayor Bill Brand and Councilman Nils Nehrenheim. The suit argued that Rescue Our Waterfront improperly reported to the state the type of committee it was, and that it coordinated with Brand and Nehrenheim to pass Measure C — a violation of the Political Reform Act of 1974. During the trial, Bradley Hertz, the attorney for Voisey and Travis, revealed that CenterCal was funding the lawsuit. In November, Judge Malcolm Mackey ruled from the bench that the defendants had done nothing wrong. That led to Mackey’s follow-up ruling April 3, in which he said CenterCal, Voisey and Travis must pay the defendants’ legal fees. Sign up for The Localist, our daily email newsletter with handpicked stories relevant to where you live. Subscribe here.
12 Apr 19
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A Superior Court Judge recently decided the plaintiffs in a lawsuit over a failed bid to rebuild the Redondo Beach waterfront must pay attorney’s fees to the city’s mayor, a councilman and a local activist group. The judge will determine how much CenterCal Properties, and Redondo Beach residents Chris Voisey and Arnette Travis must pay at a later date. It’s not yet known whether they will appeal the ruling. Travis declined to comment. Voisey and CenterCal’s owners — Fred Bruning and John Paul Wardy — did not return a request for comment. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] Redondo Beach and CenterCal Properties partnered on a lease agreement in 2016 to have the private company redevelop the waterfront. But the $400 million project was beset by controversy. And in March 2017, voters passed Measure C, which restricts waterfront development. A few months later, Voisey and Travis sued Rescue Our Waterfront, a political action committee that pushed for the measure, as well as the group’s president and treasurer. The pair also sued Redondo Beach Mayor Mayor Bill Brand and Councilman Nils Nehrenheim. The suit argued that Rescue Our Waterfront improperly reported to the state the type of committee it was, and that it coordinated with Brand and Nehrenheim to pass Measure C — a violation of the Political Reform Act of 1974. During the trial, Bradley Hertz, the attorney for Voisey and Travis, revealed that CenterCal was funding the lawsuit. In November, Judge Malcolm Mackey ruled from the bench that the defendants had done nothing wrong. That led to Mackey’s follow-up ruling April 3, in which he said CenterCal, Voisey and Travis must pay the defendants’ legal fees. Sign up for The Localist, our daily email newsletter with handpicked stories relevant to where you live. Subscribe here.
07 Apr 19
Central Haywood church of Christ

Is there a difference between being a disciple of Jesus and being a Christian?

02 Apr 19
Library of Libraries

Dear Reader, the release of Underdog Anthology 8: Transgenre Dreams in imminent… … At 230 pages it’s a bumper edition and, fingers crossed, will be available to purchase later this week. Butt for right now… Cade F.O.N. Apollyon, who has written two wonderful stories – one of which made me pee myself laughing; the other […]

01 Apr 19
Static Multimedia

Based on a true story, Boys Don’t Cry was adapted from the life of Brandon Teena, born Teena Brandon, a woman who chose to live her life as a man and suffered tragic consequences as a result. A true story about hope, fear, and the courage it takes to be yourself, Boys Don’t Cry is […]

01 Apr 19
WCCG 104.5 FM

The award recognizes outstanding sportsmanship by varsity athletes.