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16 Dec 18
Entertaining WE

12:24 AM ETDave McMenaminESPN Staff Writer CloseLakers and NBA reporter for ESPN. Covered the Lakers and NBA for ESPNLosAngeles.com from 2009-14, the Cavaliers from 2014-18 for ESPN.com and the NBA for NBA.com from 2005-09.CHARLOTTE, N.C. — A season ago, LeBron James congratulated Lonzo Ball on becoming the youngest player in league history to record a…

16 Dec 18
Bryant Daily | Local Sports and more Bryant, Arkansas

Photos courtesy of Paul Dotson CONWAY — After almost shooting 60 percent from the field in a 74-52 win over Rogers Heritage on the first day of the Bank OZK/John Stanton Classic at Buzz Bolding Arena, the Bryant Hornets shot less than 40 percent from the field on the second day. But their defense was […]

16 Dec 18
Clan Carruthers Int. Society LLC

Clan Carruthers Int Society LLC                               Promptus Et Fidelis     Are the Carruthers Nobility   Clan Carruthers did a two year DNA Project, a follow up of the 15 year DNA project that was needed before we could go on to […]

15 Dec 18
Entertaining WE

CLOSE USA TODAY Sports’ Paul Myerberg previews the two upcoming College Football Playoff matchups and explains why Oklahoma was awarded the final spot. USA TODAY SportsNov. 10: Alabama Crimson Tide quarterback Tua Tagovailoa celebrates a touchdown against the Mississippi State Bulldogs during the first quarter at Bryant-Denny Stadium.(Photo: John David Mercer, USA TODAY Sports)The month…

15 Dec 18
Ed B on Sports

Esther Hannaford From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Esther Hannaford Born Melbourne, Victoria, Australia[1] Occupation Actor, singer Years active 2002–present Esther Hannaford is an Australian singer and actor who has performed major roles in musical theatre in Australia. Her roles include Penny Pingleton in the original Australian cast of Hairspray, for which she received a Helpmann Award, […]

15 Dec 18
A Little Bit of Emu

So this is something that needs to be said.   I love food blogs.  I love the pretty kitchens and the pristine white sets and the sparkling appliances and the shiny sinks and the dishes that aren’t scratched and chipped and those magic manicured hands that wave over raw food and cook it without any heat […]

14 Dec 18
Daily Breeze
#gallery-1677041-1 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1677041-1 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-1677041-1 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1677041-1 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ Lawndale’s Keyahn Pinkston is just one of several key pieces to the Cardinals’ defense. Pinkston had two sacks Friday. (Photo by Robert Casillas,Contributing Photographer) Lawndale football player Keyahn Pinkston in Lawndale on Thursday, Aug. 9, 2018. (Photo by Scott Varley, Daily Breeze/SCNG) Lawndale football player Keyahn Pinkston in Lawndale on Thursday, Aug. 9, 2018. (Photo by Scott Varley, Daily Breeze/SCNG) LAWNDALE – Whether it is on offense or defense, Lawndale’s Keyahn Pinkston has made an impact each week. Each game, Pinkston finds himself in the trenches on both sides of the ball, opening up running lanes on offense for running back Jordan Wilmore and helping protect quarterback Jalon Daniels from his guard spot, and helping form one of the area’s strongest defenses from his tackle spot. “He’s kind of our blue-collar, hard worker,” Lawndale coach Travis Clark said of Pinkston. Pinkston has certainly put in his time with the Cardinals program. The four-year varsity lineman will look to put the perfect finishing touches on his career as the Cardinals (13-2) face San Joaquin Memorial (14-0) in the CIF State Division 2-A Championship Bowl Game on Saturday at 4 p.m. at Cerritos College. “I’m just happy that we got here to this point,” Pinkston said. “My freshman year, we had a lot of good talent – Chris Murray, Bryant Perkinson, Jalen Walker. They took me under their wings and showed me the ropes of what I needed to do to get to where I wanted to go. “As the years have gone on, I started to realize that I could be the first one to bring a CIF championship to the school. My freshman year (2015), we got beat by Calabasas (quarterfinals); that was a tough one. In my sophomore year, we made it to the semifinals, lost to Paraclete, and last year got beat by Moorpark (second round) … And this year, we finally took it all.” The Cardinals also defeated South Hills in the CIF Southern California Regional, and along the way Pinkston has helped leave his imprint on the journey. “He’s been the most dominant defensive tackle in this area,” Clark said. “The kid has been amazing. He’s the strongest guy I’ve ever been around in high school. He bench presses 420 pounds. He’s just been amazing. “He plays offensive guard, he plays defensive tackle, he’s hitting every play … He’s just been an anchor. I don’t say it enough, but Keyahn Pinkston, we couldn’t be here without this guy. I tell college coaches all day long, if you’re looking for a defensive lineman, there isn’t one better than this kid in the area. There may be a bigger one, but I don’t think there’s anybody stronger. He’s 6-foot, 265 pounds, but he’s a monster.” Pinkston has always put in the work, but entering his senior season, not only did he increase his on-field preparation, but also his work in the Cardinals’ makeshift weight room. “I used to come in the weight room and people wanted to play around, and I would be like let’s hit this weight and they saw I was hitting 315 10 times as a junior and everybody wanted to start hitting weights,” Pinkston said. “The weight room also motivated me. We don’t have all of the high-tech equipment that everybody else has, but as long as we have a bench and a bar, we can make things happen.” For Pinkston and the Cardinals, there’s one more game on the schedule. “I feel like it is going to be a good game,” he said. “It’s not going to be an easy game. I feel like if we’re going to win, it is going to happen in the trenches.” He certainly knows about what happens there.
14 Dec 18
SCNG
#gallery-1482493-2 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1482493-2 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-1482493-2 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1482493-2 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ Lawndale’s Keyahn Pinkston is just one of several key pieces to the Cardinals’ defense. Pinkston had two sacks Friday. (Photo by Robert Casillas,Contributing Photographer) Lawndale football player Keyahn Pinkston in Lawndale on Thursday, Aug. 9, 2018. (Photo by Scott Varley, Daily Breeze/SCNG) Lawndale football player Keyahn Pinkston in Lawndale on Thursday, Aug. 9, 2018. (Photo by Scott Varley, Daily Breeze/SCNG) LAWNDALE – Whether it is on offense or defense, Lawndale’s Keyahn Pinkston has made an impact each week. Each game, Pinkston finds himself in the trenches on both sides of the ball, opening up running lanes on offense for running back Jordan Wilmore and helping protect quarterback Jalon Daniels from his guard spot, and helping form one of the area’s strongest defenses from his tackle spot. “He’s kind of our blue-collar, hard worker,” Lawndale coach Travis Clark said of Pinkston. Pinkston has certainly put in his time with the Cardinals program. The four-year varsity lineman will look to put the perfect finishing touches on his career as the Cardinals (13-2) face San Joaquin Memorial (14-0) in the CIF State Division 2-A Championship Bowl Game on Saturday at 4 p.m. at Cerritos College. “I’m just happy that we got here to this point,” Pinkston said. “My freshman year, we had a lot of good talent – Chris Murray, Bryant Perkinson, Jalen Walker. They took me under their wings and showed me the ropes of what I needed to do to get to where I wanted to go. “As the years have gone on, I started to realize that I could be the first one to bring a CIF championship to the school. My freshman year (2015), we got beat by Calabasas (quarterfinals); that was a tough one. In my sophomore year, we made it to the semifinals, lost to Paraclete, and last year got beat by Moorpark (second round) … And this year, we finally took it all.” The Cardinals also defeated South Hills in the CIF Southern California Regional, and along the way Pinkston has helped leave his imprint on the journey. “He’s been the most dominant defensive tackle in this area,” Clark said. “The kid has been amazing. He’s the strongest guy I’ve ever been around in high school. He bench presses 420 pounds. He’s just been amazing. “He plays offensive guard, he plays defensive tackle, he’s hitting every play … He’s just been an anchor. I don’t say it enough, but Keyahn Pinkston, we couldn’t be here without this guy. I tell college coaches all day long, if you’re looking for a defensive lineman, there isn’t one better than this kid in the area. There may be a bigger one, but I don’t think there’s anybody stronger. He’s 6-foot, 265 pounds, but he’s a monster.” Pinkston has always put in the work, but entering his senior season, not only did he increase his on-field preparation, but also his work in the Cardinals’ makeshift weight room. “I used to come in the weight room and people wanted to play around, and I would be like let’s hit this weight and they saw I was hitting 315 10 times as a junior and everybody wanted to start hitting weights,” Pinkston said. “The weight room also motivated me. We don’t have all of the high-tech equipment that everybody else has, but as long as we have a bench and a bar, we can make things happen.” For Pinkston and the Cardinals, there’s one more game on the schedule. “I feel like it is going to be a good game,” he said. “It’s not going to be an easy game. I feel like if we’re going to win, it is going to happen in the trenches.” He certainly knows about what happens there.
14 Dec 18

I can’t believe that we’re already 14 days into December! The time is flying by, but while we’re still in December, there are Christmas movies to enjoy! (but let’s be honest, they can be enjoyed all year round). I recently did a post giving you strictly a list of Disney Christmas movies that you can […]

14 Dec 18
Financhill

In the ongoing saga that is tech’s transformation of retail, one of the main plot lines is how e-commerce disruptors are eating brick-and-mortar’s lunch. But what’s a story without a few good plot twists? This week, a couple of quarterly reports provided them. First, there’s Stitch Fix (NASDAQ:SFIX), the online subscription and personal shopping service, which […]

14 Dec 18
Bryant Daily | Local Sports and more Bryant, Arkansas

CONWAY — The Bryant Lady Hornets freshman team is at its best when, on offense, they’re slashing to the basket and, on defense, they’re creating turnovers. But, on Thursday night, they faced a Conway Blue Lady Cats team with a back-line as big and tall as any freshman team in memory. And the biggest and […]

14 Dec 18
Maine Musing

“You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view, until you climb into his skin and walk around in it.” Atticus Finch as penned by Harper Lee  “Art isn’t supposed to answer questions, it’s supposed to ask them.”  David Fincher One of the most iconic of American figures, Atticus […]

14 Dec 18
The Bryant Blog: Life, Wrestling, Pop Culture

“If Fox Lane wanted the opportunity to wrestle in the Section 1 Dual Meet Championship final on Thursday night and defend its title, it was going to require a pin from Quincy Downes.” Full Story https://ift.tt/2RYGYdh via IFTTT

14 Dec 18
Home | Sideshow

We scheduled the appointment during a blizzard. We didn’t want to chance waiting. Suspiciously affordable, we naturally wondered what was the matter with it, but we’d admired it for years, so when we drove by and saw the sign, I hurriedly scribbled down the phone number on a dry cleaning receipt and hoped it wasn’t […]

14 Dec 18
Sports Daily Tips

9:14 PM ET Associated Press AUBURN, Ala. — Gus Malzahn is returning to his playcalling roots — and to Auburn for another season. The coach addressed talk about his job security Thursday after the team’s first bowl practice. He also expressed enthusiasm about reclaiming the role as offensive playcaller that propelled him to that position […]

14 Dec 18
National Post

AUBURN, Ala. — Gus Malzahn is returning to his play calling roots — and to Auburn for another season. The coach addressed talk about his job security after the team’s first bowl practice Thursday. He also expressed enthusiasm about reclaiming the role as offensive play caller that propelled him to that position in the first […]