Jeremy Corby

24 May 19
Newsy Today

Theresa May will pass the next June 7th to the position of Acting Prime Minister, waiting for the election of a new leader of the Conservative Party, as announced especially excited at the doors of Downing Street. This delayed resignation serves so that the still female head of government can play her role during the […]

24 May 19
Archy Worldys

Theresa May will pass the next June 7th to the position of Acting Prime Minister, waiting for the election of a new leader of the Conservative Party, as announced especially excited at the doors of Downing Street. This delayed resignation serves so that the still female head of government can play her role during the […]

18 May 19
NATION AND STATE

Authored by Mike Shedlock via MishTalk, Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party is on the verge of overtaking the Tories. From zero members to 100,000 in just Five weeks! Nigel Farage has some exciting news. The Brexit Party now has over 100,000 registered supporters. Join now and help us overtake the Conservatives. https://t.co/O4pHVCtrrF pic.twitter.com/NCnUJ4LXV5 — Nigel Farage […]

07 May 19
The Grass Roots Tourist

Monday 6th May, 1500 Kick Off Metropolitan Police FC vs Poole Town FC The Build Up After last week’s visit to Imber Court for Evo Stik Southern League Premier Division South Play Off Semi Final (and breathe) Bank Holiday Monday saw me back there for a match without the Semi (stop sniggering at the back).  […]

05 May 19
RAS

Year Pos Name School ATRAS RAS 1999 RB Edgerrin James Miami 9.99 10 1999 QB Daunte Culpepper Central Florida 9.99 10 1999 CB Chris Watson Eastern Illinois 9.98 10 1999 DE Jevon Kearse Florida 9.97 10 1999 SS Antuan Edwards Clemson 9.94 9.92 1999 SS Scott Shields Weber State 9.93 10 1999 OG Brandon Bulsworth […]

05 May 19
RAS

Year Pos Name School ATRAS RAS 2016 WR Moritz Boehringer Germany 9.99 9.98 2016 OG Blake Muir Baylor 9.98 9.97 2016 DT Justin Zimmer Ferris State 9.97 9.99 2016 OC Jake Brendel UCLA 9.94 9.94 2016 FB Dan Vitale Northwestern 9.93 9.89 2016 RB Darius Jackson Eastern Michigan 9.91 9.86 2016 CB Jalen Ramsey Florida […]

03 May 19
FESTIVAL INFORMATION

Festivals are also more than just the music, they offer the chance to meet like minded people from around the world bringing people together from all cultures, genders, races, religions, sexual orientations, colours and origins. Festival goers are also more interested in learning about what’s going on in the world and festivals can help raise awareness of issues including the environment to make the world a better place.

03 May 19
FindYourSounds / EDM NEWS

Festivals are also more than just the music, they offer the chance to meet like minded people from around the world bringing people together from all cultures, genders, races, religions, sexual orientations, colours and origins. Festival goers are also more interested in learning about what’s going on in the world and festivals can help raise […]

01 May 19
Gerrymander

Jeremy Corby has struck a blow to his Deputy Leader Tom Watson and the majority of his party membership by getting the Labour National Executive Committee to keep a second referendum policy ‘an option’, with a general election still the main hope. This comes despite labour losing a vote of no-confidence in the government recently. The new […]

01 May 19
BoCoPreps
WESTMINSTER — Neither sleet, nor rain, nor snow, nor, uh, an express line to the penalty box, could knock Erie off-kilter on a stay-inside kind of Tuesday evening. WESTMINSTER, CO – APRIL 30, 2019: Erie High School’s Corby Tecu gets checked by Logan Dellinger during a CHSAA lacrosse game against Mountain Range on Tuesday in Westminster. (Photo by Jeremy Papasso/Staff Photographer) A melancholy fog hanging over North Stadium played scene to yet another win for the overnight boys lacrosse power as the Tigers proved the better first-year program in their 9-8 win over Mountain Range. Stone Keener halted a big fourth quarter run by the Mustangs with a go-ahead goal with 1:52 remaining, his second of the night, and Erie’s vaunted defense and keeper Tim Beach stood strong in the final minutes to hold on. Jackson Keener scored three times for a second time this season. “Our coach just kept saying stay composed,” Stone Keener said. “We just listened to our coach, stayed calm, put the ball in the net and came away with it.” If the wet and cold conditions for the matchup between the new St. Vrain Valley School District and Adams 12 district teams seemed dreary, it only felt that way … deep in the bones. It’s been mostly warm feelings swirling around them since their arrival on the state’s lacrosse scene in 2019. Erie (11-2), which is currently atop the 4A Northern League, also continues to hover around the top RPI spot in its classification behind a talented roster and skilled leader in coach Nick Mandia. The Mustangs (8-5), meanwhile, came in with eight wins and have stuck around in close losses to Fairview and Monarch in the 5A Front Range League, and now Erie. After an anxious fourth quarter finally drained away, one that had seen a hoard of Erie players head to the box, Mandia took a few breaths before revving it up with his team in a celebratory postgame scrum. WESTMINSTER, CO – APRIL 30, 2019: Erie High School’s Jackson Keener, left, is congratulated on a goal by teammate Cam Cramer during a CHSAA lacrosse game against Mountain Range on Tuesday in Westminster. (Photo by Jeremy Papasso/Staff Photographer) Asked about the team’s resiliency, he wasn’t surprised. A team prided on its close-knit relationships came together when it needed to most. “They have a ton of fun every day they get together,” Mandia said. “We get better, they work really, really hard, they teach each other, they learn from each other and they laugh the entire time. They have a blast when they’re together, sometimes so much so I need to blow whistles just to get through a huddle. But it’s OK because they love each other.” Erie had four players go to the box in the final quarter as the Mustangs climbed their way back. Jake Doyle scored four times, and his final strike pulled Mountain Range even at 8-8 with 3:24 remaining.  Beach made a quick save soon after and the Tigers flipped the field to set the stage for Stone Keener. In the final 90 seconds, Beach and the defense made one final stand. “I just took a deep breath,” said Beach, who had seven saves. “I’d been having kind of an off-game with a lot of ups and downs with a lot of streaks. But I just took a deep breath and knew what I needed to do and I was able to execute.” In a game of runs, the Tigers scored three unanswered goals in the opening 5:58 before the Mustangs rallied to pull within one before the half. Mandia’s group poured on back-to-back goals nine seconds apart in the early minutes after the break, then the Mustangs rallied once again. The Tigers started the day third in the 4A RPI. According to Erie’s athletic twitter account, they will look to clinch the 4A Northern League with a win over Windsor Friday. Playoffs begin next week.
01 May 19
Colorado Hometown Weekly
WESTMINSTER — Neither sleet, nor rain, nor snow, nor, uh, an express line to the penalty box, could knock Erie off-kilter on a stay-inside kind of Tuesday evening. WESTMINSTER, CO – APRIL 30, 2019: Erie High School’s Corby Tecu gets checked by Logan Dellinger during a CHSAA lacrosse game against Mountain Range on Tuesday in Westminster. (Photo by Jeremy Papasso/Staff Photographer) A melancholy fog hanging over North Stadium played scene to yet another win for the overnight boys lacrosse power as the Tigers proved the better first-year program in their 9-8 win over Mountain Range. Stone Keener halted a big fourth quarter run by the Mustangs with a go-ahead goal with 1:52 remaining, his second of the night, and Erie’s vaunted defense and keeper Tim Beach stood strong in the final minutes to hold on. Jackson Keener scored three times for a second time this season. “Our coach just kept saying stay composed,” Stone Keener said. “We just listened to our coach, stayed calm, put the ball in the net and came away with it.” If the wet and cold conditions for the matchup between the new St. Vrain Valley School District and Adams 12 district teams seemed dreary, it only felt that way … deep in the bones. It’s been mostly warm feelings swirling around them since their arrival on the state’s lacrosse scene in 2019. Erie (11-2), which is currently atop the 4A Northern League, also continues to hover around the top RPI spot in its classification behind a talented roster and skilled leader in coach Nick Mandia. The Mustangs (8-5), meanwhile, came in with eight wins and have stuck around in close losses to Fairview and Monarch in the 5A Front Range League, and now Erie. After an anxious fourth quarter finally drained away, one that had seen a hoard of Erie players head to the box, Mandia took a few breaths before revving it up with his team in a celebratory postgame scrum. WESTMINSTER, CO – APRIL 30, 2019: Erie High School’s Jackson Keener, left, is congratulated on a goal by teammate Cam Cramer during a CHSAA lacrosse game against Mountain Range on Tuesday in Westminster. (Photo by Jeremy Papasso/Staff Photographer) Asked about the team’s resiliency, he wasn’t surprised. A team prided on its close-knit relationships came together when it needed to most. “They have a ton of fun every day they get together,” Mandia said. “We get better, they work really, really hard, they teach each other, they learn from each other and they laugh the entire time. They have a blast when they’re together, sometimes so much so I need to blow whistles just to get through a huddle. But it’s OK because they love each other.” Erie had four players go to the box in the final quarter as the Mustangs climbed their way back. Jake Doyle scored four times, and his final strike pulled Mountain Range even at 8-8 with 3:24 remaining.  Beach made a quick save soon after and the Tigers flipped the field to set the stage for Stone Keener. In the final 90 seconds, Beach and the defense made one final stand. “I just took a deep breath,” said Beach, who had seven saves. “I’d been having kind of an off-game with a lot of ups and downs with a lot of streaks. But I just took a deep breath and knew what I needed to do and I was able to execute.” In a game of runs, the Tigers scored three unanswered goals in the opening 5:58 before the Mustangs rallied to pull within one before the half. Mandia’s group poured on back-to-back goals nine seconds apart in the early minutes after the break, then the Mustangs rallied once again. The Tigers started the day third in the 4A RPI. According to Erie’s athletic twitter account, they will look to clinch the 4A Northern League with a win over Windsor Friday. Playoffs begin next week.
29 Apr 19
News Archives Uk

As pressure grows on Labor's NEC to approve a confirmation referendum in its European election manifesto (Explainer: what's going on Thursday, April 29), there is not enough thought to what should be the question of the referendum. Yet this issue is crucial to achieving a stable outcome upon which national reconciliation and reform can be […]

25 Apr 19
Dandelion Salad

by Jim Kavanagh Writer, Dandelion Salad The Polemicist April 25, 2019 The United States government is seeking to extradite and prosecute Julian Assange for one reason: to punish him for publishing true and embarrassing information about US crimes and intimidate every journalist in the world from doing so again.

25 Apr 19
Longfellow Community Council

Check out this week’s upcoming events in Greater Longfellow and enjoy spring! Upcoming & Ongoing Events Greater Longfellow’s Annual Neighborhood Garage Sale will be held FRIDAY & SATURDAY, June 7 & 8. Registration to participate will open in May.  Learn about the METRO : B Line at Open Houses Learn more about the METRO B Line at […]

25 Apr 19
Radio Free

Drawing by Nathaniel St. Clair The United States government is seeking to extradite and prosecute Julian Assange for one reason: to punish him for publishing true and embarrassing information about US crimes and intimidate every journalist in the world from doing so again. If the US government succeeds in doing this, it will strike a […]