John Stewart

19 Jun 19
The Slog.

In the latest profoundly meaningless Meaningful Debate, the Fatuous Five managed once more to say as little as possible, with the exception of Rory Stewart who always has far too much to say. In another display of quite staggering disdain for the electorate, the Parody Candidate declared he would “not allow a damaging and unnecessary no-deal […]

19 Jun 19
News Directory

It is possible that a tourist boom will last for generations involved with beloved movies filmed in your state. While many films have been made under controlled steering in California, the ones that are shot on site often have more character. Thanks to tax breaks contributed by many of the states to film makers, it […]

19 Jun 19
Newsy Today

(Want to get this briefing by email?) Good morning. Werere covering Europe´s tensions, a surprise challenger to Boris Johnson and a $ 200,000 ticket to nowhere. Iran-U.S. feud Ramp up, horse has been

19 Jun 19
News Archives Uk

Top story: Trump rails against detractors when launching the campaign Hello, Warren Murray brings you the news of Wednesday. Donald Trump set the stage for America's most vile modern day presidential race with a Florida campaign rally that recycled old themes and fueled resentment towards Democrats and the media. The President devoted little effort to […]

19 Jun 19
KahliBuds Tea News

https://KahliBuds.com #poweredbywordpress #cannabis Food and lifestyles guru Martha Stewart says the recipe for success she has followed throughout her career also applies to cannabis companies – offer quality products at fair prices. Stewart spoke to about 650 cannabis industry leaders Tuesday at the World Cannabis Congress in Saint John, N.B. In February, Stewart joined Ontario-based […]

19 Jun 19
News Archives Uk

The federal government's decision to give the go-ahead for the Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion Project between Alberta and British Columbia has brought relief and disappointment to the two provinces, which do not agree on the viability of the project. British Columbia Premier John Horgan said he regretted the Trudeau government's decision, and he did not […]

19 Jun 19
WKBN
PITTSBURGH (AP) – Nicholas Castellanos trotted home when a potential double play in the eighth turned into an RBI fielder’s choice thanks to some indecisiveness by Pittsburgh second baseman Adam Frazier, allowing the Detroit Tigers to edge the Pirates 5-4 on Tuesday night. The Tigers loaded the bases off Kyle Crick (2-3) with one out when Brandon Dixon hit a grounder that rolled under Crick’s glove right to Frazier. Instead of flipping to shortstop Kevin Newman in hopes of turning an inning-ending double play, Frazier tried to tag Detroit’s Christin Stewart between first and second. Stewart backed off to avoid the tag, breaking up the play and forcing for Frazier to settle for one out instead of two. Detroit’s shaky bullpen made it stand up, barely. Buck Farmer (4-4) earned the win despite giving up Newman’s tying RBI triple in the seventh. Joe Jiménez survived a bases-loaded jam in the eighth. Shane Greene earned his American League-leading 21st save by getting Josh Bell to hit into a game-ending double play as the Tigers snapped a four-game losing streak. Miguel Cabrera had two hits in his first start at first base since May 31 as Detroit beat the Pirates for just the second time in their last 10 meetings. Bell hit his 20th home run for Pittsburgh. Jung Ho Kang hit an RBI triple – his first three-base hit since 2015 – and Colin Moran added to Pittsburgh’s major-league leading pinch-hit total on an RBI single in the seventh, but the Pirates couldn’t overcome a series of miscues while falling to 4-12 in June. Pittsburgh committed three errors, a number that didn’t include Frazier’s indecisiveness in the eighth. Moran’s single and Newman’s shot to the right-field corner that extended his hitting streak to 10 games allowed the Pirates to pull even at 4-4 in the seventh, before Crick ran into trouble in the eighth. Castellanos walked with one out, Cabrera followed with a single and Stewart loaded the bases when a Crick pitch grazed Stewart’s right foot. Pirates starter Mitch Keller – who’d been knocked around in each of his first two career starts – took a modest step forward in his third. The team’s top-ranked prospect allowed four runs (two earned) in five innings with two walks and six strikeouts. His outing might have been cleaner if not for a sloppy fourth inning, when his throwing error to first on a sacrifice bunt by Harold Castro and Kang’s inability to come up with a sharp grounder by John Hicks allowed the Tigers to take a 4-2 lead. Detroit’s Daniel Norris put together his best start in nearly a month, giving up only Bell’s home run to center in the second and Kang’s RBI triple in the sixth. Norris struck out four and walked one and was in line to pick up his first victory since May 12 before the bullpen let it slip away in the seventh. TRAINER’S ROOM Pirates: RHP Jordan Lyles (left-hamstring tightness) threw a four-inning simulated game on Tuesday. … C Francisco Cervelli (concussion-like symptoms) is with the team and has begun light baseball activities but remains out indefinitely. .. RHP Chris Stratton (right-side discomfort) was activated off the injured list. To make room for Stratton the Pirates sent reliever Yefry Ramirez back to Triple-A Indianapolis. UP NEXT Tigers: Expect Jordan Zimmerman (0-4, 5.93 ERA) to make his first start since April 25 after recovering from a strained right elbow. Pirates: Trevor Williams (2-1, 3.33 ERA) returns from a monthlong stay on the injured list with a strained right side when he makes his 10th start of the season on Wednesday. Williams is 2-0 with a 0.95 ERA in three starts against Detroit. (Copyright 2019 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)
19 Jun 19
AiPT!

Enter the multiverse!

19 Jun 19
Consider This

So, there’s this time-traveler, right? There’s this time-traveler and she’s lost. She time-travelled too many times, interfered in too many people’s lives, altered the flight-paths of too many butterflies and now she’s tangled in a mess of tangent timelines. Each timeline resembles the world she remembers except altered in some way. On the surface is […]

19 Jun 19
Las Vegas Review-Journal
#gallery-1690293-1 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1690293-1 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-1690293-1 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1690293-1 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ Henderson City Councilwoman Michelle Romero, right, representing Ward 1, recites her oath of office on Tuesday, June 18, 2019. (Blake Apgar/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @blakeapgar Henderson swore in its newest City Council member Tuesday. Michelle Romero now represents Ward 1, replacing term-limited Gerri Schroder. Romero was a longtime Henderson employee before retiring in 2016, spending the last nine years of her career there as the city’s redevelopment manager. “I’m so excited to be able to come back to the city and serve it some more and just have the opportunity to continue helping the city be the best it can possibly be,” Romero told the Las Vegas Review-Journal. She beat four other candidates to win the seat in the April primary. Romero said before her election that the most important issue the city faces is balancing growth with safety and quality of life. Ward 2 Councilman Dan Shaw was also sworn in on Tuesday, marking the start of his first full four-year term. He was appointed to Debra March’s seat after she was elected mayor in 2017. During Tuesday night’s meeting, council members also unanimously voted for Shaw to replace Schroder as mayor pro tem. Two council members — John Marz and Dan Stewart — were absent during the meeting, and Shaw cast a vote approving himself. The role allows Shaw to perform mayoral duties if March is absent and to serve as the vice chairman of the city’s redevelopment agency. His term begins July 1 and ends on June 30 next year. Contact Blake Apgar at bapgar@reviewjournal.com or 702-387-5298. Follow @blakeapgar on Twitter.
19 Jun 19
Fox17

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Nicholas Castellanos trotted home when a potential double play in the eighth turned into an RBI fielder’s choice thanks to some indecisiveness by Pittsburgh second baseman Adam Frazier, allowing the Detroit Tigers to edge the Pirates 5-4 on Tuesday night.The Tigers loaded the bases off Kyle Crick (2-3) with one out when […]

19 Jun 19
Bruit de fond

Bristol, 1977… Il devait il y avoir quelque chose de vicié dans l’eau ou un contaminant chimique dans l’air. Sinon, comment expliquer ÇA ? Comment expliquer sinon la formation de cette bande de joyeux drilles déglingués/atypiques/schizoïdes à souhait ?