Awards Season

25 May 19
Newsy Today

Friday is series. On the eve of the weekend, the Parisian offers a selection of fiction, film, documentaries not to be missed on online video platforms. On the program this week: an indecent proposal, a dog's life, wild nights and an endearing tribe. The novelty: "What / If" NETFLIX. Lisa and Sean are a happy, […]

25 May 19
IQ

The Institute’s concerns are most pronounced in respect to Example 2 in section 18:7 1.9(b)(5) and Example 1 in section 18:7 1.9(e). Under the proposed rules, a corporation that licenses its products through an independent distributor that then “sells” these products within New Jersey could find itself subjected to a tax within New Jersey, even […]

25 May 19
News Archives Uk

What's new for Video on Demand and Netflix Home Ads, Amazon Prime, Hulu and other streaming services? AP This picture released by A24 Films shows Mahershala Ali (left) and Alex Hibbert in a scene from "Moonlight". Top streams for the week Winner of three Oscars (including the best picture) "moonlight"(2016, R) is a poetic and […]

25 May 19
News Directory

Elsa Patton, who was seen with her daughter in “Real Housewives of Miami,” died at 84 years of age, according to her family. “Our friend Elsa Patton (AKA Mama Elsa) left over the mother's weekend after a long illness. Her family and friends were close around her. Her husband was 50 years, Donald Patton, a […]

25 May 19
Instinct Magazine

Billy Porter (Golden Globe nom – FX’s Pose, Tony Award winner Kinky Boots) has teamed up with two-time Out Music Award winner Matt Zarley to reimagine the 1995 Des’ree anthem, “You Gotta Be.” All of the proceeds from the single will benefit the Los Angeles LGBT Center’s Youth Center. Close friends for more than 30 […]

25 May 19
euzicasa

https://pin.it/iriugryt56vovy Cota de Pablo Open main menu Search Mark Harmon Read in another language Watch this page Edit This article is about the actor. For the musician, see Mark Harmon (musician). For other people with the similar name, see Mark Harman (disambiguation). Thomas Mark Harmon (born September 2, 1951) is an American television and film […]

25 May 19
The Undiscovered Country

  Graduation season, and another 186 medical school students became doctors this month. The CU Anschutz campus is a fantastic home to 5 major health-related schools: the College of Nursing, the School of Medicine, the School of Pharmacy, the Dental School, and the School of Public Health. Thousands gathered, for all 5 schools, at the […]

25 May 19
Shanazitil Bookmark Story

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25 May 19
Kirkham A Movie A Day

“Rocketman” is the Elton John biopic that is both musical drama and comedy. I was able to see an early screening last week and because I’ve been so busy I have not yet been able to post a review at least until now. Let me just say I was really impressed with his film and […]

25 May 19
News Directory

18/17Northwestern 0 3 1/1Oklahoma NORMAN – A team of soft members from Oklahoma performed well on three hits on three hits on Friday afternoon. Many times this season, these numbers represent one and inning for the best ranking people, but that was their final scores in an open game against Northwestern at the NCAA Norman […]

25 May 19
The Denver Post
Prior to the Rockies’ series opener against Baltimore on Friday night, Kyle Freeland strolled into the home clubhouse at Coors Field with his hat backward and rocking an orange Phillip Lindsay t-shirt. It featured the Broncos tailback’s oversized head, with ‘HOMEGROWN’ etched into his hair. Freeland, like Lindsay, is a Denver native who has found stardom with the hometown team. And now Freeland is finding out what it’s like to scuffle as that homegrown star — where the local fanbase has by no means turned on him, but is certainly concerned about the southpaw’s output this season. No one is more disappointed in the askew stat line (2-5, 6.02 ERA) than the uber-competitive Freeland himself, who distinctly understands how his historic performance last season — and the expectations placed upon his shoulders coming into this one — has compounded the effects of his poor showing. “What I’m leaning on right now is other guys on the staff and the coaches, just trying to get as much information as I can to see what makes sense for me and what I can work with to get better,” Freeland said. “With that, I’m working every day to get better and get back to a place where I’m giving the team a chance to win every time out.” [related_articles location=”right” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] And to get back to being that crafty tactician who tamed Coors Field last season and forced his way into the Cy Young conversation, ultimately finishing fourth in the voting for the award, Freeland’s doing a deep dive of his 2018 tape. “I’ve been looking at video from last year from about late May and onward,” Freeland said. “I understood my mechanics very well then and I understood the action on my pitches even when I didn’t have my best stuff on a particular day. So I’m looking at my mechanics, my arm slot, the delivery and comparing those with my recent starts this year.” The southpaw is coming off the shortest non-injury outing of his career, a 1⅔ inning start in Philadelphia in which he yielded three runs and three walks. Plus, his first start of May — an eight-run, three-homer disaster against Arizona — was preceded by bad outings in Milwaukee on April 29 (five runs, two homers) and in his first home start against Atlanta on April 8 (seven runs, four walks). Freeland has had stretches of poor pitching in his pro career before. Stumbles late in his rookie season in 2017 relegated him to the bullpen, and even before that, Freeland wasn’t sharp in seven starts for Class-A Advanced Modesto in 2015. He had a 4.76 ERA and was getting hit at a .308 average, the highest of his professional career. The 26-year-old knows this is a game where fortunes can reverse quickly. But he’s also aware the homers (12, the most of any National League starter) have to come down, his command must return and he must do a better job avoiding elevated pitch counts early. “I’m doing my best to stay as positive as possible, have as much confidence as I can and create momentum, even though right now for me it’s not really there,” Freeland said. “I have to keep going what I’m going through, stay confident and come out the other side while figuring all this out along the way.” Charlie Blackmon update. After injuring his right calf in Colorado’s loss in Pittsburgh on Thursday, Colorado’s right fielder wasn’t in the lineup Friday. Manager Bud Black said Blackmon is “feeling better, but is still sore. This is truly is day-to-day … There’s still no timetable of when we think he’s going to be in the lineup.” Blackmon initially hurt himself by fouling a ball off his calf in the third inning Thursday, and then aggravated it running in the field in the bottom of the inning. Brendan Rodgers’ home debut. The Rockies’ top prospect made his debut a week ago in Philadelphia, but the Coors Field faithful gets its first in-person look of Rodgers against the Orioles. Black noted how the infielder “doesn’t feel or look out of place” in the bigs, while Rodgers (5-for-17 with four RBIs heading into the weekend) is eager to show LoDo what he can do — even if he had to be shown around the ballpark pregame. “I had (Ryan) McMahon walk me around and tell me where everything is, the lunch room, the batting cage, everything to go along with that,” Rodgers said. “It was like a first day at school for me.” Harrison Musgrave throwing again. The southpaw reliever, who has been on the injured list with a left elbow flexor strain since May 4, threw Friday for the first time since his injury. It was light toss at about 60 feet, and Musgrave hopes to be ready for a potential minor-league rehab stint by end of the homestand. Scott Oberg’s pulse staying steady. The right-hander isn’t planning on changing anything about his routine as he takes over the closer role with Wade Davis on the injured list. Oberg hasn’t had a save opportunity since Davis’ injury but vowed to “not going to try to create more internal pressure” on himself. The 29-year-old has never closed in the majors, but did rack up 75 saves in 84 opportunities in the minors. On Deck Orioles RHP Andrew Cashner (4-2, 4.14 ERA) at Rockies LHP Kyle Freeland (2-5, 6.02) 7:10 p.m. Saturday, Coors Field TV: AT&T SportsNet Radio: 850 AM/94.1 FM Casher, a journeyman in his ninth major-league season, has been one of the better arms in a rotation that’s gotten shelled so far in 2019. Even so, he’s given up a home run in four consecutive starts and seven of his last eight, and all nine of the long balls he’s yielded have been to right-handed hitters. He’s also struggled on the road to the tune of a 5.10 ERA in six starts, and got shelled in his prior two outings at Coors Field as a member of the Marlins in 2016. Meanwhile, Freeland is coming off the shortest non-injury outing of his career, lasting just 1⅔ innings against the Pirates as he was battered. He lacked command as he so often has this season while allowing 12 home runs, the most of any National League starter. Trending: The tall task of catching the Dodgers is becoming harder by each passing day. Entering the weekend, Los Angeles (32-18) has the best record in the N.L. and a 97.5 percent chance to win the division for a seventh consecutive time, according to Fangraphs. At Issue: Despite tossing seven innings of three-run ball in a strong performance Saturday in Pittsburgh, there’s still inconsistencies to be addressed with Jon Gray. That’s evidenced by the .262 opponent average against him, which puts Gray in the bottom half of all N.L. starters and ahead of only Antonio Senzatela (.301 average against) in the Rockies’ regular rotation. Upcoming pitching matchups Sunday: Orioles RHP David Hess (1-6, 6.75) at Rockies RHP German Marquez (5-2, 3.38), 1:10 p.m., ATTRM Monday: Diamondbacks RHP Zack Greinke (6-2, 2.89) at Rockies RHP Jon Gray (4-4, 4.62), 1:10 p.m., ATTRM Tuesday: Diamondbacks RHP Merrill Kelly (4-5, 4.75) at Rockies RHP Antonio Senzatela (3-4, 6.21), 6:40 p.m., ATTRM
25 May 19
News Directory

Montage Getty / Forward Some #MeToo men who tried to come back (from left), Les Moonves, James Franco, Garrison Keillor, John Lasseter, Bryan Singer On October 5, the New York Times published an investigation story about allegations of sexual harassment and misconduct by Harvey Weinstein's media mogle, going back over forty years. Since that day, […]

25 May 19
File 770

(1) NIXING BREXIT. In a letter to The Guardian, “John le Carré and Neil Gaiman join writers warning Brexit is ‘choosing to lose’”. Dozens of writers have put their names to a letter to the Guardian that urges UK voters taking part in Thursday’s European parliament elections to use their franchise to support the European […]

25 May 19
Ashbroyale

V.Unbeatable Dance Crew From India Soars, Flies, And Makes You Emotional – America’s Got Talent 2019 SUBSCRIBE: https://youtu.be/MNuOJc7IHrI : https://youtu.be/wjDS9OGcdCw : WHAT just happened?! This JAW-DROPPING dance group from Mumbai, India blows minds with incredible flips! Watch this performance NOW before it airs on May 28th. » Get The America’s Got Talent App: http://bit.ly/AGTAppDownload » […]

25 May 19
MOSRCanada

https://inspiration.nlogic.ca/en/game-of-thrones It’s been 8 years since the first season of Game of Thrones first aired on HBO.  When it first launched, it didn’t receive much attention at all.  It wasn’t until 2015 when it set a record for winning the most Primetime Emmy Awards for a series in a single year and again in 2016 […]