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15 Dec 18

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15 Dec 18
The Cinema Critic

Time: 110 Minutes Age Rating: Cast: George MacKay as Jack Marrowbone Anya Taylor-Joy as Allie Charlie Heaton as Billy Marrowbone Mia Goth as Jane Marrowbone Matthew Stagg as Sam Marrowbone Kyle Soller as Tom Nicola Harrison as Rose Marrowbone Tom Fisher as Simon Fairbairn Director: Sergio G. Sánchez Three brothers (George MacKay, Charlie Heaton, Matthew […]

15 Dec 18
Russia News Now

Israeli Police Urge Bribery and Fraud Charges Against Netanyahu. Again. By David M. Halbfinger and Isabel Kershner JERUSALEM — The Israeli police recommended Sunday that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu be indicted on bribery, fraud and other charges, accusing him of trading regulatory favors for fawning news coverage, in what is potentially the most damaging of […]

15 Dec 18
Monterey Herald
SEASIDE — Taking that next step often means getting out of your comfort zone. Fear was not a factor for Seaside High’s girls basketball team in a decision to challenge itself, test its fortitude and chase the unknown. Dominating the county last season wasn’t satisfying the appetite. “We needed a push,” Seaside guard Jordan Olivares said. “What is it like facing a (Central Coast Section)  power?” The Spartans got a glimpse recently, facing St. Francis of Mountain View, which played in the Central Coast Section Open Division playoffs last season, reaching the Northern California tournament. “We learned the importance of communication against them,” teammate Daja Scott-Mitchell said. And that the reigning Gabilan Division champions can play with the elite in the section after falling to the Lancers 65-56. “Now we know,” said Olivares, who will play basketball next year at Sacramento State. “We hung with them.” Seaside even led for a quarter against the West Catholic Athletic League powers. “Every team has something that it’s missing, that needs fixing,” Scott-Mitchell said. “We have to take steps to find that.” One of those steps was facing St. Francis, which called and asked to play the Spartans. Seaside came into the game 5-0, having dominated all five opponents. In fact, dating back to 2017, it had won 32 straight games against teams in the county or in league play. Yet, outside of their realm, the Spartans were just 1-5 last year, including a loss in the first round of the playoffs to Saratoga. “We scheduled St. Francis for a purpose,” Seaside coach Mike Turnan said. “I needed to see where we’re at. No doubt, it was a building block. The girls needed to see this.” Seaside High School’s Jordan Olivares during practice on Tuesday, December 11, 2018. (Vern Fisher – Monterey Herald) Seaside has continued to take steps forward, having gone from Pacific Division champions in 2017 to Gabilan Division champions last winter. “We used the Pacific Division as a year to rebuild,” Turnan said. “It allowed the girls to mature. We took the next challenge. We were ready once we got to the Gabilan.” Seaside went undefeated in league play, knocking off five-time league champion North Salinas twice last season. “We believed we could play with any team in the league,” Turnan said. “But everyone had to buy in, had to do their part and put in the extra work.” The next step wasn’t as simple. League titles are nothing new at Seaside. The postseason experience hasn’t been as rewarding, as it is 1-10 in the playoffs against teams outside the county over the last decade. “There is still a lot more work to do,” said Olivares, The Herald’s Player of the Year last year. “We see the potential. Now it’s about connecting on the court — jelling.” Olivares is averaging over 18 points a game while Scott-Mitchell is dropping a double-double on a nightly basis, including a 16-point, 12-rebound effort against St. Francis. “That might have been her best game of the season,” Turnan said. The 6-foot Scott-Mitchell walked off the floor more aware of the potential that Seaside has this season. “I believe it made us all aware of the talent on this team,” Scott-Mitchell said. The core from last year’s 20-4 team is back, including returning starters Khrystiana Lynch and Aleah Jakubowsky. “Khrystiana is going to create matchup problems with her long arms and 6-foot frame,” Turnan said. The same can be said about Scott-Mitchell, who can dominate in the paint or jump to the outside and drain the mid-range jumper. “Who doesn’t like to shoot?” Scott-Mitchell said. “With Khrystiana and Jocelyn (Hernandez), I can come out on the perimeter. I’ll play where I’m needed.” Hernandez, an all-county volleyball player, has been a force on the boards this year. “Jocelyn has some energy,” Turnan said. “She slips off her man and helps on defense, but can quickly bounce back and defend her man.” What Turnan has this season is a deep bench, starting with Skyler Hanamaikai and Sarai Wheeler, both of whom could be starting for a lot of teams. “If I need a defensive stopper and someone to harass at guard, that’s Skyler,” Turnan said. “You have to have depth to carry you through.” Seaside High School’s Jordan Olivares during practice on Tuesday, December 11, 2018. (Vern Fisher – Monterey Herald) And it doesn’t hurt having Olivares, arguably one of the best playmakers to come out of the area since Serena Benavente and Jesscia Ross roamed the Notre Dame hardwood. Benavente went on to St. Mary’s, before embarking on a decade long pro career in Germany, while Ross played at Pepperdine. “Jordan doesn’t want to leave this school without a CCS title,” Turnan said. “The biggest challenge for me is figuring out who fits in with her on the court. Don’t be in awe of her. Just play.” Olivares has been a distributor as well as a shooter for the Spartans, averaging just under five assists a game. She has also had a pair of games with five or more steals and eight rebounds. “What’s missing for me is a CCS title,” Olivares said. “We have to dig deep — deeper and tap into our potential. This is our year to get where we need to be.” Based on the off-season workouts, the team camaraderie is there. The Spartans are on a mission as one to launch themselves into uncharted waters. “I’m not as lazy as last year,” Scott-Mitchell smiled. “We’re so far ahead of where we were this time last year. Our footwork. Our rotation is better. We want to make this year special.” That next test may come in the Monterey Bay Sweet 16 Classic after Christmas. “What we talk about is make it fun,” Olivares said. “Make it memorable.”
15 Dec 18
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15 Dec 18
Footwear News

Including styles from Marc Fisher, Steve Madden and more.

15 Dec 18
songanddancegirl

where life pulsed obscenely fecund a picture window in the room  sunblare  fountain cool florida heat outside the room  2 little visitor girls approach the bed  and winged shapes flutter across ceiling  he being called back to the ancestors  pallor of foetal pig  in biology lab at 17   i am not cutting into that thing!  so […]

15 Dec 18
Researching and Protecting Sharks

This is essentially a follow up from Glaus et al. 2015: Glaus K.B.J., Adrian-Kalchhauser I., Piovano S., Appleyard S.A., Brunnschweiler J.M., Rico C. (2019) Fishing for profit or food? Socio-ecnomic drivers and fishers’ attitudes towards shark in Fiji. Marine Policy (in press)

15 Dec 18
The Draft Wire

Tulane and Louisiana square off in the AutoNation Cure Bowl at Camping World Stadium. Here are the top 2019 NFL draft prospects to watch for: TULANE CB Donnie Lewis Jr. Lewis is one of only four FBS players with over 20 passes defensed in 2018, and also leading Tulane with three interceptions. Lewis Jr. has […]

15 Dec 18
MarketPresswire

  Global Electrophoresis Market Research Report 2018 (I-BusinessNews.Com, December 15, 2018 ) Global Electrophoresis Market report is replete with detailed analysis from a thorough research, especially on questions that border on market size, development environment, futuristic developments, operation situation, pathways and trend of Electrophoresis. All these are offshoots of understanding the current situation that the […]