Brown Haley

22 Mar 19
Webster Booth-Anne Ziegler

10 May 1941 – Wikipedia. On the afternoon of 10 May 1941, there was a performance of Elgar’s The Dream of Gerontius at Queen’s Hall (Muriel Brunskill singing the angel, Webster Booth the soul, Ronald Stear the Priest and angel of Agony) conducted by Malcolm Sargent, with the London Philharmonic Orchestra and the Royal Choral Society. That night there was a massive air raid in which the chamber of the House of Commons and many other buildings were also destroyed, and damage was inflicted on the British Museum and upon Westminster Abbey. A single incendiary bomb hit the Queen’s Hall, and the auditorium was completely gutted by fire beyond any hope of replacement.

22 Mar 19
Florida Field Trip 2019

The day we visited corkscrew swamp was potentially one of my favourites due to both the number and type of bird species seen. Before we arrived there though, we managed to see a few alligators (Alligator mississippiensis) on the side of the road during the drive. Seen where water has collected in the ditches. Strangely […]

21 Mar 19
CARDBOARD AMERICA

WHAT: Train wreck WHEN: March 21, 1910 – 8:17 a.m. WHERE: Between Green Mountain and Gladbrook, Iowa FATALITIES: 52 dead, 39 injured From the front page of the La Crosse Tribune, Monday, March 21, 1910: The worst wreck in the history of Iowa railroading occurred at 8:17 a. m. today four miles north of Green […]

21 Mar 19
The Reviewing Network

NO….I am not ready to take the Cleveland Browns as a viable threat in the AFC North. I don’t care if they’ve got a proven QB in Tyrod Taylor and have the two of the first four picks in this year’s draft, I don’t care if they’ve got an updated roster by acquiring Jarvis Landry, […]

21 Mar 19
Swimming World News

The second morning of the 2019 NCAA Division I Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships in Austin, Texas, will have the heats of the 200 free relay, 500 free, 200 IM, 50 free and 400 medley relay. Stanford has the lead in the team standings after winning the 800 free relay on Wednesday night. Stanford and […]

21 Mar 19
High Velocity Sport

Todd Haley: Le’Veon Bell’s unique style will require patience from Jets https://ift.tt/2Cxa0e7 Hit it! Hit it! Hit it! The words reverberated in Todd Haley’s headset as he stood on the Pittsburgh Steelers‘ sideline for the 2014 opener. The anxious voice in his ear belonged to Pro Football Hall of Famer Mike Munchak, the offensive line […]

21 Mar 19
Nachrichten Welt

(KMAland) – Das NCAA-Turnier begann am Dienstag, und gestern haben sie auch ein paar Spiele gespielt. Der eigentliche Spaß beginnt jedoch heute, wenn vier Spiele auf einmal ungefähr 12 Stunden laufen. Nur eine kurze Anmerkung: Als ich erwachsen wurde, war CBS der einzige Kanal, der Spiele trug. Und wir waren unserer Region ausgeliefert. Hin und […]

21 Mar 19
High Velocity Sport

Todd Haley: Le’Veon Bell’s unique style will require patience from Jets https://ift.tt/2Cxa0e7 Hit it! Hit it! Hit it! The words reverberated in Todd Haley’s headset as he stood on the Pittsburgh Steelers‘ sideline for the 2014 opener. The anxious voice in his ear belonged to Pro Football Hall of Famer Mike Munchak, the offensive line […]

21 Mar 19
Lacrecia’s books

He drunk the whole bottle and wiped his mouth. He closed his eyes feeling a glorious high. He opened his eyes and wiped the sweat from his neck. It was hot as hell out here. Just then he saw a woman jog by he couldn’t take his eyes off of. She had caramel like skin, […]

21 Mar 19
123Photogo

All of America’s national parks have their own treasures to offer visitors, but some are more popular than others. Photos of the Week: 3/21/2019 : The 15 Least-visited National Parks Have All the Beauty, and None of the Crowds Each year, the National Park Service tracks the total number of visits made to each of […]

21 Mar 19
Cashbox Magazine Music Charts

TOP 200 AIRPLAY CHART 03-16-2019 # ARTIST SONG TITLE LABEL 1 PANIC! AT THE DISCO HIGH HOPES FUELED BY RAMEN 2 AVA MAX SWEET BUT PSYCHO ATLANTIC 3 SAM SMITH & NORMANI DANCING WITH A STRANGER CAPITOL 4 MARK RONSON NOTHING BREAKS LIKE A HEART (FEAT. MILEY CYRUS) RCA 5 CALVIN HARRIS GIANT (FEAT. RAG’N’BONE […]

21 Mar 19
Opinion Seed

A snapshot of film in the last year.

20 Mar 19
Smart Cat Press

Yes, Pretty Little Liars is over. But fans of that series now have a chance to continue exploring their world on Freeform’s new show The Perfectionists. But that’s not how Pretty Little Liars and The Perfectionists showrunner I. Marlene King views…

20 Mar 19
Soaps.com
Soap opera actors enter into the final round of nominees for their work in 2018. Sunday May 5 marks the ceremony date for the 46th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Pasadena, California, which, as in years’ past will likely stream live online only. The soap operas, Bold and the Beautiful, Days of our Lives, General Hospital and Young and the Restless, and their actors will be honored for their 2018 work and the winners will take home a Daytime Emmy Statuette during daytime television’s most celebrated night. Soaps.com reported the 2019 Daytime Emmy pre-nominations back in January and will be posting the final nominees as they are announced live on CBS’ The Talk, including the technical nominees to follow. “We are very excited today to announce the nominees for the 46th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards,” said Adam Sharp, President & CEO of The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS). “We look forward to a grand celebration honoring the best of Daytime television both in front of the camera and behind as we return for the third year in a row to the classic Pasadena Civic Auditorium.” “The incredible level of talent and craft reflected in our nominees continues to show the growing impact of Daytime television and the incredible diversity of programming the viewing audience has to choose from,” said Executive Director, Daytime, Brent Stanton. “With the help of some outstanding new additions to our staff, Rachel Schwartz and Lisa Armstrong, and the continued support of Luke Smith and Christine Chin, we have handled another record-breaking number of entries this year. Many thanks to our hundreds of great judges, who through their hard work and dedication, have come up with a stellar list of nominees that exemplify the best in Daytime!” The soap opera Daytime Emmy nominations are… Outstanding Drama nominees The Bold and the Beautiful Days of our Lives General Hospital The Young and the Restless Outstanding Drama Writing Team nominees The Bold and the Beautiful Days of our Lives General Hospital The Young and the Restless Outstanding Drama Directing Team nominees The Bold and the Beautiful Days of our Lives General Hospital The Young and the Restless Outstanding Lead Actor nominees Days of our Lives’ Tyler Christopher (Stefan) and Billy Flynn (Chad) General Hospital’s Maurice Benard (Sonny) and Jon Lindstrom (Ryan/Kevin) The Young and the Restless’ Peter Bergman (Jack) Outstanding Lead Actress nominees The Bold and the Beautiful’s Jacqueline MacInnes Wood (Steffy) and Heather Tom (Katie) Days of our Lives’ Marci Miller (Abigail) General Hospital’s Maura West (Ava) and Laura Wright (Carly) Outstanding Supporting Actor nominees Days of our Lives’ Eric Martsolf (Brady) and Greg Rikaart (Leo) General Hospital’s Max Gail (Mike) and Dominic Zamprogna (Dante) The Young and the Restless’ Bryton James (Devon) Outstanding Supporting Actress nominees Days of our Lives’ Kassie DePaiva (Eve), Linsey Godfrey (Sarah) and Martha Madison (Belle) General Hospital’s Vernee Watson (Stella) The Young and the Restless’ Beth Maitland (Traci) and Mishael Morgan (Hilary) Outstanding Younger Actor nominees Days of our Lives’ Lucas Adams (Tripp) and Kyler Pettis (Theo) General Hospital’s William Lipton (Cam) and Garren Stitt (Oscar) The Young and the Restless’ Zach Tinker (Fenmore) Outstanding Younger Actress nominees Days of our Lives’ Olivia Rose Keegan (Claire) and Victoria Konefal (Ciara) General Hospital’s Hayley Erin (Kiki), Chloe Lanier (Nelle) and Eden McCoy (Joss) Outstanding Guest Performer nominees The Bold and the Beautiful’s Wayne Brady (Reese) Days of our Lives’ Philip Anthony-Rodriguez (Miguel), Kate Mansi (Abigail) and Thaao Penghlis (Andre) General Hospital’s Patricia Bethune (Nurse Mary Pat) More: Soap operas call off Daytime Emmys boycott Outstanding Casting Director for a Drama Series nominees Days of our Lives General Hospital The Young and the Restless Outstanding Art Dir./Set Decoration/Scenic Design nominees Days of our Lives General Hospital The Young and the Restless Outstanding Lighting Direction for a Drama Series nominees Days of our Lives General Hospital The Young and the Restless Outstanding Technical Team for a Drama Series nominees The Bold and the Beautiful General Hospital The Young and the Restless Outstanding Multiple Camera Editing nominees Days of our Lives General Hospital The Young and the Restless Outstanding Live and Direct to Tape Sound Mixing nominees The Bold and the Beautiful General Hospital The Young and the Restless Outstanding Music Direction and Composition nominees Days of our Lives General Hospital The Young and the Restless Outstanding Original Song for a Drama Series nominees The Bold and the Beautiful’s You’re The One Days of our Lives’ Goodbye The Young and the Restless’ How Could A Lie Feel so True Giants’ Beat Of Your Heart and More Love 92nd Annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade’s We Believe Outstanding Costume Design for a Drama Series nominees The Bold and the Beautiful Days of our Lives General Hospital The Young and the Restless Outstanding Hairstyling for a Drama Series nominees The Bold and the Beautiful Days of our Lives The Young and the Restless Outstanding Makeup for a Drama Series nominees The Bold and the Beautiful Days of our Lives General Hospital The Young and the Restless Outstanding Digital Drama Series nominees After Forever The Bay The Series Giants The New 30 Youth & Consequences Outstanding Digital Writing Team nominees After Forever Amazon The Bay The Series Conversations in L.A. Giants Light as a Feather Outstanding Digital Directing Team nominees After Forever Amazon The Bay The Series Conversations in L.A. Giants Light as a Feather Outstanding Actor, Digital Drama nominees After Forever’s Mitchell Anderson (Jason) and Kevin Spirtas (Brian) The Bay The Series’ Kristos Andrews (Pete) Bronx SIU’s Brian White (Jimmy) Only Children’s Wayne Wilcox (Ray) Outstanding Actress, Digital Drama nominees The Bay The Series’ Jade Harlow (Lianna) Bronx SIU’s Shanti Lowry (Yolanda) Giants’ Vanessa Baden Kelly (Journee) Light as a Feather’s Liana Liberato (McKenna) and Haley Ramm (Violet) Riley Parra’s Liz Vassey (Dr. Gillian Hunt) Outstanding Supporting Actor, Digital Drama nominees Anacostia’s Wil Lash (Scott) The Bay The Series’ Brandon Beemer (Evan) Bronx SIU’s Ameer Baraka (Darius) Giants’ Sean Samuels (Ade) and Terrence Terrell (Kwasi) Outstanding Supporting Actress, Digital Drama nominees After Forever’s Erin Cherry (Brenda) and Cady Huffman (Lisa) Giants’ Crystal Brown (Tamera) Light as a Feather’s Brianne Tju (Alex) Riley Parra’s Carolyn Ratteray (Caitlin) Outstanding Guest Performer, Digital Drama nominees After Forever’s Anita Gillette (Frannie) The Bay The Series’ Sean Patrick Flanery (Ty) Conversations in L.A.’s Lou Diamond Phillips (Martin) Giants’ J. August Richards (Andrew) and Kelsey Scott (Sadiyah) Lifetime Achievement Honorees This year’s Lifetime Achievement Award will go to Judge Judy Sheindlin of the Judge Judy show. Sheindlin is the first from the court genre to receive this honor. As well as to Chef Jacques Pépin (Rachael Ray), the first in the culinary programming genre to be recognized for this award. “The Daytime Emmy Awards recognize both the excellence and vibrant diversity of daytime television programming,” said NATAS President & CEO Adam Sharp. “Judge Judy Sheindlin epitomizes both, shaping one of the mainstay genres of our medium.” David Michaels, Senior Vice President and Executive Producer of the Daytime Emmy® Awards, went on to say, “Daytime Television wouldn’t be what it is today without Judy Sheindlin. Judge Judy redefined and reinvigorated the courtroom format propelling the genre to new heights.” More: 2019 Daytime Emmy changes, adjustments “The Daytime Emmy Awards recognize both the excellence and vibrant diversity of daytime television programming,” said NATAS President & CEO Adam Sharp. “Chef Jacques Pépin epitomizes both, uniquely shaping the culinary genre which has grown to become one of the mainstays of our medium.” David Michaels, Senior Vice President and Executive Producer of the Daytime Emmy® Awards, added, “Daytime television has been forever changed by the culinary efforts of Jacques Pépin. Pépin’s body of work helped inspire not just millions of cooks at home, but also the myriad staples of culinary television we now see.” Be sure to follow @soapoperafan on Twitter, SheKnowsSoaps on Instagram , and like @SheKnowsSoaps on Facebook as we’ll be reporting from the Sunday May 5 event and delivering news, actor photos, scoops and more to our readers.
20 Mar 19
Parlay Game

It took more than three years, all things considered, but The & # 39; Veon Bell is finally free and finally paid, having obtained a big contract of Jets in free agency. The saga of Bell with the Steelers Pittsburgh finally announced that she would not use any tags on Bell after several years of […]

20 Mar 19
The Mercury News
CLICK HERE if you are having a problem viewing the photos on a mobile device. Player of the year Haley Jones, Archbishop Mitty, 6-1, senior The consensus No. 1 recruit in the nation validated her status by averaging 26.1 points, 12.1, 4.4 assists, 3.7 steals and 2.8 blocks en route to a fourth consecutive CCS Open Division title. The Stanford-bound standout was tabbed as the Naismith Trophy girls basketball player of the year after being named Gatorade California POY for a second time in a row. Full story here. First team Klara Astrom, Pinewood, 5-9, senior The Swiss Army knife — technically, she was born in Sweden — was indispensable as the Panthers became the first girls basketball team to claim back-to-back NorCal Open Division titles. The Yale-bound guard averaged 16.0 points, 6.8 rebounds, 1.6 assists, 1.3 steals, 2.7 treys. Ali Bamberger, Carondelet, 6-3 senior The Washington-bound center is a versatile stretch-5 who anchored the Cougars to a trio of NCS Division I championships, culminating with a dominant performance in a 80-70 victory over Heritage in which she put up 28 points, 13 rebounds and four blocks. Angel Jackson, Salesian, 6-5, senior A disruptive force in the paint, the USC-bound center — a McDonald’s All-American — filled up the scoresheet by averaging 16.2 points, 12.0 rebounds, 3.6 blocks, 1.3 steals, 1.0 assists per game. The Pride, which claimed a NCS Division III title, finished as NorCal Open runner-up after stunning No. 1 seed Mitty in the semifinals. Kennedy Johnson, Bishop O’Dowd, 6-0, sophomore Celebrated her 16th birthday by pouring in 32 points to claim the NCS Division II title and eventually helped the Dragons reach the NorCal D-I state final. She averaged 14.7 points, nine rebounds, two blocks and two steals per game while shooting at a 39-percent clip from 3-point range. Hannah Jump, Pinewood, 5-11, senior The Stanford-bound sharpshooter set a career high with 11 3-pointers in a single game early in the season, as she averaged 16.7 points, 5.9 rebounds, 1.6 assists and 2.9 treys. Named MVP of the West Bay Athletic League Foothill Division, she helped the Panthers advance to consecutive state finals in the Open Division. Malia Mastora, St. Joseph Notre Dame, 5-10, junior The active wing made an impact on both sides of the ball by averaging 14.8 points, 4.6 rebounds, 2.6 steals, 1.8 blocks and 1.3 assists as a co-captain for the Pilots, who finished as the NCS Division III runner-up to Salesian and earned a No. 5 seed in the NorCal Open Division. Second team Mae Alexander, Oakland, 5-7, senior The Oakland Athletic League MVP led the Wildcats to new heights as a state champion for the first time, finishing on a 19-game win streak that included league, section, NorCal and CIF titles. Hunter Hernandez, Archbishop Mitty, 5-9, sophomore The all-around talent was instrumental in the CCS Open Division final, a 71-52 rout of Pinewood, delivering a double-double with 21 points — on 10 of 12 shooting from the floor — and 12 rebounds. She averaged 11.2 points, 4.5 rebounds, 2.3 assists, 1.6 steals. For more Bay Area high school sports coverage follow Bay Area Preps on Flipboard. Ila Lane, Woodside Priory, 6-4, senior A difference maker in the post, the UC Santa Barbara-bound center could be counted for a double-double on a nightly basis — she averaged 18.3 points and 11.9 rebounds — as the Panthers completed a CCS Division V three-peat. Avery Lee, Menlo School, 5-8, sophomore Nearly put up a triple double during the Division II state final as the Knights ended a 28-year drought without a CIF title. A steady influence throughout, the point guard averaged 16.9 points, 4.9 rebounds, 3.8 assists, 3.2 steals per game. Mia Mastrov, Miramonte, 5-11, sophomore The point guard pushed the Matadors into the NCS Division II title game after a regular season in which the team only suffered a pair of losses. Jordan Sweeney, Heritage, 5-7, senior The Idaho State-bound guard led the Patriots to another Bay Valley Athletic League title en route to MVP recognition, along with a fourth-straight appearance in NCS Division I final. Third team Zhane Duckett, St. Joseph Notre Dame, 5-6, senior Averaged 10.2 points, 3.6 rebounds, 3.6 steals and 2.5 assists while helping SJND reach the NCS Division III final and receive the No. 5 seed in the NorCal Open Division regional. The season ended with back-to-back losses to Salesian. MaKayla Edwards, Salesian, 5-10, senior Helped lead Salesian to the NCS Division III championship and to a stunning victory over top seed Archbishop Mitty in the semifinals of the NorCal Open Division regional. Bound for Hawaii, she averaged 8.7 points, 3.7 rebounds, 2.3 assists and 2.1 steals per game. Jada Holland, Bishop O’Dowd, 5-6, senior Outstanding defender and distributor. First-team all-West Alameda County Conference Foothill League selection. Bound for Grand Canyon University, she averaged 11.2 points and two steals per game as O’Dowd won the NCS Division II championship and the NorCal Division I crown. The Dragons lost to Rosary Academy-Fullerton in the Division I state final. Audrey Moulton, California, 5-9, junior First-team all-East Bay Athletic League pick averaged 16.7 points, 10.8 rebounds, 5.0 assists and 5.3 steals for a team that finished 22-6 and lost in the NCS Division I quarterfinals. Stephanie Okowi, Oakland Tech, 6-0, junior Averaged 12.5 points per game as Oakland Tech won Division IV regional and state championships. In the state final, a 55-27 rout of Northview, Okowi pulled down a Division IV state final record 24 rebounds, to go with 16 points and seven blocks. Annika Shah, Palo Alto, 5-3, sophomore The definition of instant offense whether from beyond the arc or attacking the lane, it was rare for the SCVAL De Anza MVP to score fewer than 20 points for the CCS Division I runner-up Vikings —  highlighted by a 41-point outburst in a 51-47 victory over Saratoga during an unbeaten league campaign. Co-coaches of the year Orlando Gray, Oakland; Steven Pezzola, Salesian With so many great candidates to choose from, it was impossible to pick just one coach. More than a decade after guiding Oakland Tech to consecutive Division I state titles in 2004-05, this time it was rival Oakland that Gray took all the way to the promised land. The Wildcats rode a 19-game win streak to Golden 1 Center in Sacramento to claim the CIF Division III crown after a 51-35 triumph over McFarland. Meanwhile, Salesian coach Steven Pezzola navigated a tough schedule to deliver a third-straight NCS Division III title, then pulled off a stunner in the NorCal Open Division semifinals as the Pride upset top-seeded Archbishop Mitty on the road 44-41, thereby handing the Monarchs their only loss to a team from California. Honorable mention Erica Adams, California, junior Soana Afu, Sequoia, senior Amadi Angelo, Castlemont, junior Aniyah Augmon, Woodside Priory, sophomore Leilani Augmon, Silver Creek, senior Busola Ayiloge, Freedom, sophomore Jamie Baum, Los Altos, sophomore Dawson Bell, American, sophomore Sabrina Belquist, Los Gatos, junior Auxanne Beugre, Ygnacio Valley, senior Amaya Bonner, Bishop O’Dowd, freshman Mailie Bowers, Half Moon Bay, senior Beverly Bradley, San Leandro, junior Amira Brown, Salesian, sophomore Elise Corwin, Wilcox, junior Fallon Dexheimer, Valley Christian-San Jose, junior Emilia Dougherty, Notre Dame-Belmont, senior Morgan Dunbar, Oakland, senior Madelene Ennis, St. Ignatius, senior Ysobelle Eustaquio, Clayton Valley Charter, junior Phoebe Fa’aita, James Logan, senior Talita Falepapalangi, Sequoia, junior Arianna Farinas, Heritage, senior Mele Finau, Dublin, senior Erica Fischer, Menlo-Atherton, senior DeDe Franklin, Eastside Prep, junior Yanira Gabourel, Berkeley, senior Zion Gabriel, Eastside College Prep, senior Anjel Galbraith, Salesian, senior Trinity Gao, Homestead, senior Grace Gebhardt, Acalanes, junior Paige Gerhart, San Ramon Valley, junior Lexi Givens, Alameda, junior Mia Grizelj, St. Francis, senior Mahika Gupta, Los Altos, senior Kelly Heimburger, Presentation, junior Sara Ho, Lynbrook, sophomore Emily Howie, Carondelet, senior Jasmine Huggins, Piedmont, senior Destiny Jackson, Mt. Eden, senior Ellie Jeffries, Palo Alto, senior Lauren Kobashigawa, Acalanes, sophomore Sahana Krishnamurthy, Cupertino, senior Kaitlyn Leung, Pinewood, senior Charlotte Levison, Sacred Heart Prep, junior Lydian Li, Lynbrook, sophomore Talo Li-Uperesa, Sacred Heart Cathedral, senior Stefani Madrigal, Oak Grove, senior Lydia Manu, Aragon, junior Kayla Martillano, Andrew Hill, junior Carly Martin, Palo Alto, sophomore Jermila McElroy, Kennedy-Richmond, senior Ania McNicholas, Mitty, senior Erica Miller, Carondelet, senior Tatyana Modawar, Carondelet, senior Abigail Muse, Heritage, junior Anna Neeley, Wilcox, senior Sharon Nejad, Menlo School, freshman Kyra Palmbush, Mountain View, senior Kya Pearson, Oakland, sophomore Jasmine Pon, El Camino, senior Kaylee Pond, Acalanes, junior Anika Prasad, Saratoga, junior Morgan Riley, Willow Glen, senior Kat Segovia, Clayton Valley Charter, senior Tamelva Sadler, St. Patrick-St. Vincent Tiffany Siu, Oakland Tech, senior Ashmeen Sran, St. Patrick-St. Vincent, senior Kaela Stonebarger, Mills, senior Ashanti Stricklen, Kennedy-Fremont, junior Mina Tameilau, Eastside Prep, senior Becca Tasi, South San Francisco, senior Emily Tincher, Amador Valley, senior Brianni Travalini, Pittburg, junior Ashley Trierweiler, Carlmont, senior Paige Uyehara, St. Francis, senior Ukiah Ware, Kennedy-Fremont, senior Rebecca Welsh, Miramonte, junior Shadae Williams, Antioch, senior Nyah Willis, Valley Christian-San Jose, senior Macy Woodworth, Berean Christian, senior Conny Yang, Cupertino, senior Maison Yee, Wilcox, sophomore Zoe Zaharias, Sacred Heart Prep, senior Who is eligible Those eligible for all-Bay Area News Group teams come from leagues based predominantly in Alameda, Contra Costa, Santa Clara and San Mateo counties. 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