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22 May 19
The Spenardian

Words and photo by Darcy Stein. Earlier this winter, I spent some time traveling around Mexico with my husband. A few weeks into the trip, he was in need of a visit to the barber. Being in an unfamiliar place and not speaking the language as fluently as we wished was initially a daunting task. […]

22 May 19
Mike's Game Store

Bonus Content Build and share Minecraft levels and race as one of the nine characters from Team Fortress 2! Featured DLC 15 spooky new levels across three new environments, and six ghoulish new characters! Buy now! About the Game Joe Danger, the world’s most determined stuntman, returns to embark on a death-defying thrill-ride across the […]

22 May 19
Golfweek

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Haley the hero strikes again. It’s a scene that never gets old. Haley Moore holing a putt for all the glory, throwing down a vigorous fist-pump as her Wildcat team erupts. When bad weather rolled in at the Blessings, halting play at the NCAA Championship for just over six hours, Moore was […]

22 May 19
Hollywood Life

Who is Artie Lange? He boasts a successful track record in comedy that dates back to the ’90s. However, the comic has long been associated with ‘drug abuse,’ memories of which resurfaced in his latest mugshot.

22 May 19
Heavy.com

Get the rundown on season 17 of The Voice, from the judges to premiere date info.

22 May 19
The Corporate Innovator's Playbook

“The battle between every startup and incumbent comes down to whether the startup gets distribution before the incumbent gets innovation.” – Mark Andreessen

22 May 19
Redlands Daily Facts
Random thoughts while trying to keep my sanity and personal items while making a move, wondering whatever happened to Tyson Lingenfelter, a three-time CIF Southern Section shot put champion and 1993 state champion with an effort of 56 feet, 6 1/2 inches, out of Upland High School. While it’s improbable Upland will win the CIF State track championship this weekend in Clovis, the Scots can make an major impact in the boys section with five entries. Namir Hemphill and Caleb Roberson are entered in two individual events and Upland’s boys 4×100 relay team also advanced. Prelims are set for Friday and the finals on Saturday. There are many track fans who consider the state meet to be the best in the country, although you could get a good argument from those in Texas and Oklahoma. But don’t judge the meet by the number of spectators as the Texas meet is traditionally held at Memorial-Royal Stadium in Austin on the University of Texas campus. Both Hemphill and Roberson will compete in the 300-meter hurdles, and they were separated by a half-second at the Southern Section Masters Meet. Hemphill will be in the triple jump field and Roberson in the 100. The area has a total of eight individuals and one relay team in the meet. … Our congratulations to the 2019 winners of the Ken and Keith Hubbs awards, three of the area’s finest  high school athletes. Cajon’s Jayden Daniels and Alycia Flores of Grand Terrace were the winners of the Ken Hubbs Award while Ashley Alvarado of San Gorgonio was presented the inaugural Keith Hubbs Award, reflective of an athlete “of high character.” This marks the 55th year the award has been presented, a great testament to Keith in remembering his late brother, and the city to a great family. Both Daniels and Flores posted eye-popping numbers. A quarterback for four years, Daniels finished as the Southern Section’s all-time leading passer (14.007 yards and 170 touchdowns). He also led the Cowboys to the 2017 State Division II-AA title game. Flores, an all-Sunkist League selection for four years as part of the title-winning team, batted .468 as a senior and scored 46 runs. It was the work behind the scene that led Alvarado to win the Keith Hubbs award. He, too, worked away from the spotlight to honor his brother. Alvarado, who will be the San Gorgonio salutatorian with a 4.81 grade point average, was a standout in swimming and water polo and a four-year quality scholar-athlete. … Tom Burleson plans to step down as cross country coach, and track and field, at Cal State San Bernardino at the end of the season. However, thankfully, he will remain on the school’s staff as he will continue to teach in the kinesiology department after 43 years aiding athletes. He was selected the school’s cross country coach in 1984, but the sport was dropped after the 1990 season. Chaffey College wasted little time securing his duties as the track and field coach for the ’90 season. Five years after winning a conference title in 1993, Burleson headed east when CSSB resurrected cross country. In 2014, with Burleson out front, the Coyotes started their track and field program. His 29 years at CSSB have produced All-CCAA, All-West Region selections and All-Americans. In 2016, Laura Aceves became the sixth dual All-American and Academic All-American in the same season. … From the e-mail box, several notes about the conditions surrounding the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life at Summit High School. The event was held on the football/soccer field and track on campus. “The complex was in very poor condition. In a word, it was ugly. Plus, there were no permanent bleachers on either side of the field. While the runners didn’t need a seat, how about those who came to cheer them on? “The grass on the field was not green, mostly brown, with weeds growing in the artificial surfaces at both ends, The track (dirt) was hard as a rock with rivets or grooves in the surface and whatever cinders that may have been on the track apparently were blown away by the winds. “It was a poor example of how the Fontana district showcases its school. How do some districts have high schools with all-weather field and track facilities and only three in the Fontana district have it? High schools should be the center of community events. “Relay for Life is an outstanding local level, conducted all across the country. This wasn’t one of the better ones.” — T.B., Highland. There had to be a good reason the local ACS chose Summit and why lots of folks attended the event. We applaud their efforts … Hubbs, part 2: Not nearly enough credit is given to the individuals who comprise the committee that selects the winner of the Ken Hubbs Award, and new this year, the Keith Hubbs Award. At first the group was comprised mostly of Colton High School graduates, led by Keith as they wanted to remember Ken. Soon, other San Bernardino area schools were added to the point that the committee selected a boys and girls winner from 29 schools in addition to the new award in Keith’s honor. There are more than 30 people on the committee. Yes, many have ties to Colton but that does not play a factor in who is honored. To their credit, they have selected worthy individuals throughout the years. It is truly a labor of love. Ron Dody, who attended Colton High School so many years ago with Keith, is the hard-working chairman of the committee. I have often wondered what would have transpired in the city if he had ever run for mayor. Their work will continue and although many of us won’t be around, the award will one day celebrate 100 years. … Memorial Day Sunday is the biggest racing day of the year with two events with a combined distance of 1,100 miles. On-site attendance has slipped in Indianapolis and Charlotte, but the television numbers are as big as ever. As usual, I’ll be in front of the TV set. Look for Josef Newgarden to give Roger Penske another Indianapolis 500 victory while Jimmie Johnson returns to the winner’s circle after the Coca-Cola 600. … Cassandra Renno has been selected by Cal State San Bernardino athletic director Shawn Farrill as the head women’s basketball coach. She’s quite familiar with the area, having graduating from Apple Valley High School and having assisted at the University of La Verne and Cal State Fullerton. She’ll replace Susan Crebbin, who resigned after the season to end a four-year tenure. “She has been a part of multiple women’s basketball programs that have built strong foundations to compete annually for championships,” said Farrill. “She does it by recruiting quality young women who excel on the court and in the classroom. “Being from the area, she understands CSSB and we are tremendously excited to support Casandra in building a championship women’s basketball program.” While at Apple Valley, Renno (Reeves at the time) was a three-time All-Mojave River League Most Valuable Player and two-time All-CIF. She was a four-year point guard at UC Riverside, where she was the all-time leader in assists and 3-pointers, earning first team All-Big West Conference honors in 2003 and 2004. … The Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship will return to Fox Raceway in Pala on Saturday afternoon, bypassing Glen Helen Raceway as the Southern California stop for the series after seven years. The last such event in Riverside County was in 2011. This will mark the second round of the 2019 season following the opener last weekend at Hangtown, outside Sacramento. Practice starts at 8 a.m. with the first of two motos for the 450 cc bikes set for 1 p.m. Tickets start at $50 for adults and $30 for kids. … The California Interscholastic Federation Executive Committee recently selected Ron Nocetti as executive director to replace the retiring Roger Blake. Nocetti is currently associate executive director of the CIF and will be the federation’s ninth leader. … Dual honors, part 2: In addition to Aceves, there have been five other female CSSB athletes who have made both the College Sports Information Directors of America and All-America. The list includes Anne Cordaro (1990, softball), Amy Pope (2001, volleyball); Sabrina Marquez (2008, water polo); Chelsey Jones ( 2013, soccer) and Alexandra Torline (2015, volleyball). Taryn Harp (2003, water polo) and Andrea Brandt (2007, cross country) also earned both honors, but not in the same season. Louis Brewster can be reached at brewsterl1949@gmail.com.
22 May 19
Daily Bulletin
Random thoughts while trying to keep my sanity and personal items while making a move, wondering whatever happened to Tyson Lingenfelter, a three-time CIF Southern Section shot put champion and 1993 state champion with an effort of 56 feet, 6 1/2 inches, out of Upland High School. While it’s improbable Upland will win the CIF State track championship this weekend in Clovis, the Scots can make an major impact in the boys section with five entries. Namir Hemphill and Caleb Roberson are entered in two individual events and Upland’s boys 4×100 relay team also advanced. Prelims are set for Friday and the finals on Saturday. There are many track fans who consider the state meet to be the best in the country, although you could get a good argument from those in Texas and Oklahoma. But don’t judge the meet by the number of spectators as the Texas meet is traditionally held at Memorial-Royal Stadium in Austin on the University of Texas campus. Both Hemphill and Roberson will compete in the 300-meter hurdles, and they were separated by a half-second at the Southern Section Masters Meet. Hemphill will be in the triple jump field and Roberson in the 100. The area has a total of eight individuals and one relay team in the meet. … Our congratulations to the 2019 winners of the Ken and Keith Hubbs awards, three of the area’s finest  high school athletes. Cajon’s Jayden Daniels and Alycia Flores of Grand Terrace were the winners of the Ken Hubbs Award while Ashley Alvarado of San Gorgonio was presented the inaugural Keith Hubbs Award, reflective of an athlete “of high character.” This marks the 55th year the award has been presented, a great testament to Keith in remembering his late brother, and the city to a great family. Both Daniels and Flores posted eye-popping numbers. A quarterback for four years, Daniels finished as the Southern Section’s all-time leading passer (14.007 yards and 170 touchdowns). He also led the Cowboys to the 2017 State Division II-AA title game. Flores, an all-Sunkist League selection for four years as part of the title-winning team, batted .468 as a senior and scored 46 runs. It was the work behind the scene that led Alvarado to win the Keith Hubbs award. He, too, worked away from the spotlight to honor his brother. Alvarado, who will be the San Gorgonio salutatorian with a 4.81 grade point average, was a standout in swimming and water polo and a four-year quality scholar-athlete. … Tom Burleson plans to step down as cross country coach, and track and field, at Cal State San Bernardino at the end of the season. However, thankfully, he will remain on the school’s staff as he will continue to teach in the kinesiology department after 43 years aiding athletes. He was selected the school’s cross country coach in 1984, but the sport was dropped after the 1990 season. Chaffey College wasted little time securing his duties as the track and field coach for the ’90 season. Five years after winning a conference title in 1993, Burleson headed east when CSSB resurrected cross country. In 2014, with Burleson out front, the Coyotes started their track and field program. His 29 years at CSSB have produced All-CCAA, All-West Region selections and All-Americans. In 2016, Laura Aceves became the sixth dual All-American and Academic All-American in the same season. … From the e-mail box, several notes about the conditions surrounding the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life at Summit High School. The event was held on the football/soccer field and track on campus. “The complex was in very poor condition. In a word, it was ugly. Plus, there were no permanent bleachers on either side of the field. While the runners didn’t need a seat, how about those who came to cheer them on? “The grass on the field was not green, mostly brown, with weeds growing in the artificial surfaces at both ends, The track (dirt) was hard as a rock with rivets or grooves in the surface and whatever cinders that may have been on the track apparently were blown away by the winds. “It was a poor example of how the Fontana district showcases its school. How do some districts have high schools with all-weather field and track facilities and only three in the Fontana district have it? High schools should be the center of community events. “Relay for Life is an outstanding local level, conducted all across the country. This wasn’t one of the better ones.” — T.B., Highland. There had to be a good reason the local ACS chose Summit and why lots of folks attended the event. We applaud their efforts … Hubbs, part 2: Not nearly enough credit is given to the individuals who comprise the committee that selects the winner of the Ken Hubbs Award, and new this year, the Keith Hubbs Award. At first the group was comprised mostly of Colton High School graduates, led by Keith as they wanted to remember Ken. Soon, other San Bernardino area schools were added to the point that the committee selected a boys and girls winner from 29 schools in addition to the new award in Keith’s honor. There are more than 30 people on the committee. Yes, many have ties to Colton but that does not play a factor in who is honored. To their credit, they have selected worthy individuals throughout the years. It is truly a labor of love. Ron Dody, who attended Colton High School so many years ago with Keith, is the hard-working chairman of the committee. I have often wondered what would have transpired in the city if he had ever run for mayor. Their work will continue and although many of us won’t be around, the award will one day celebrate 100 years. … Memorial Day Sunday is the biggest racing day of the year with two events with a combined distance of 1,100 miles. On-site attendance has slipped in Indianapolis and Charlotte, but the television numbers are as big as ever. As usual, I’ll be in front of the TV set. Look for Josef Newgarden to give Roger Penske another Indianapolis 500 victory while Jimmie Johnson returns to the winner’s circle after the Coca-Cola 600. … Cassandra Renno has been selected by Cal State San Bernardino athletic director Shawn Farrill as the head women’s basketball coach. She’s quite familiar with the area, having graduating from Apple Valley High School and having assisted at the University of La Verne and Cal State Fullerton. She’ll replace Susan Crebbin, who resigned after the season to end a four-year tenure. “She has been a part of multiple women’s basketball programs that have built strong foundations to compete annually for championships,” said Farrill. “She does it by recruiting quality young women who excel on the court and in the classroom. “Being from the area, she understands CSSB and we are tremendously excited to support Casandra in building a championship women’s basketball program.” While at Apple Valley, Renno (Reeves at the time) was a three-time All-Mojave River League Most Valuable Player and two-time All-CIF. She was a four-year point guard at UC Riverside, where she was the all-time leader in assists and 3-pointers, earning first team All-Big West Conference honors in 2003 and 2004. … The Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship will return to Fox Raceway in Pala on Saturday afternoon, bypassing Glen Helen Raceway as the Southern California stop for the series after seven years. The last such event in Riverside County was in 2011. This will mark the second round of the 2019 season following the opener last weekend at Hangtown, outside Sacramento. Practice starts at 8 a.m. with the first of two motos for the 450 cc bikes set for 1 p.m. Tickets start at $50 for adults and $30 for kids. … The California Interscholastic Federation Executive Committee recently selected Ron Nocetti as executive director to replace the retiring Roger Blake. Nocetti is currently associate executive director of the CIF and will be the federation’s ninth leader. … Dual honors, part 2: In addition to Aceves, there have been five other female CSSB athletes who have made both the College Sports Information Directors of America and All-America. The list includes Anne Cordaro (1990, softball), Amy Pope (2001, volleyball); Sabrina Marquez (2008, water polo); Chelsey Jones ( 2013, soccer) and Alexandra Torline (2015, volleyball). Taryn Harp (2003, water polo) and Andrea Brandt (2007, cross country) also earned both honors, but not in the same season. Louis Brewster can be reached at brewsterl1949@gmail.com.
22 May 19
WHAT WENT WRONG WITH...?

I’ve never been a huge fan of musicals but when done with a sense of artistry, originality, and flair (Wizard Of Oz, Grease, Phantom Of The Paradise, The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Little Shop Of Horrors) they can be very entertaining. If done wrong however (Evita, Moulin Rouge!, the Rocky Horror Picture Show remake) watching […]

22 May 19
DebbieWendt's Blog

Spring Quilt Market is in the books! Thank to all the shop owners and quilty peeps for stopping by my booth. Booth pic below!           I introduced a new pattern that I told you about last week. Here is a pic of my Sneak Peek display. Simple but to the point! […]

22 May 19
Cerebral-Overload

ST. CATHERINES, ONTARIO (MAY 21, 2019) – Independent game development studio Falling Squirrel today announced that their premiere game, The Vale — a ground-breaking audio-focused gaming experience — will be available for Windows PC this August. Winner of the 2018 Ubisoft Indie Series Special Prize, The Vale is a unique take on the medieval action/adventure genre with story-depth that rivals Triple-A quality titles. […]

22 May 19
Orange County Register
Unless otherwise noted, all events are on the Cal State Fullerton main campus, 800 N. State College Blvd., and are free and open to the public. Begovich Gallery The exhibit “Invocation of Almost: The Art of David Tibet” runs in the Begovich Gallery at CSUF through Saturday. Photo by Frank D’Amato, Contributing Photographer) “Invocation of Almost: The Art of David Tibet” is presented by the Nicholas and Lee Begovich Gallery of CSUF. Curated by Jacqueline Bunge, this exhibition showcases Tibet’s past and present paintings and drawings, which focus on cartoon renderings of the apocalypse, urban myth and fantasy. Also on display: lyrics by Tibet and ephemera from Tibet’s ParaMusical group, Current 93, who created a new musical composition especially for the Begovich Gallery. Through May 25. Grand Central Art Center The CSUF center is at 125 N. Broadway, Santa Ana. Information: 714-567-7233, grandcentralartcenter.com “Now More Than Ever” features the work of seven artists in the Cal State Fullerton MFA and BFA programs. Their work encapsulates a “now more than ever” cultural moment and shares an urgency as well as a distillation of social and political issues as they relate to notions of self. Jose Flores Nava addresses both migrant identity and border issues in his ceramic “prototypes,” while Yara Almouradi presents portraits of Syrian refugees combining large-scale drawings with printed emails and other ephemera that provide a glimpse of their lives in exile. With a more conceptual approach, Desmond Jervis has created a seemingly understated video and sculpture installation critiquing racial representation and traditional ceramic narratives. Dylan Flah explores gender through the visual trappings of sports culture. Through stitching, collaged elements, and abstract marks Janan Abedelmuti’s intimate paintings capture emotions, thoughts, and events that document the discovery of self. Hadley Mattwig recreates a version of her family’s living room to question how sense of place reverberates in memory to undermine the formation of identity. In contrast, Pamela Rush’s projected photographs present a more prescriptive view of identity influenced by cliché and pop culture. Curated by Kelly Lindner, director and curator of the Jacki Headley University Art Gallery at Cal State Chico. Through Aug. 18. “antes muerta que sencilla.” The exhibit by artist Teresita de la Torre includes a series of performances, photographs and drawings that document histories, struggles, risk, connection, love, dreams and family. It was inspired by a conversation she heard between her mother and niece. Her niece was interviewing de la Torre’s mother about her migration story and how she ended up living in the U.S. There was one detail that stood out: The artist’s mother, during the interview, mentioned that when she crossed the border in Tijuana using a “coyote,” she did so in red heels. The artist made a replica of the shoes using cardboard, paper mache and chicken wire, which she wore to cross the border in a performance action to  “recreate” her mother’s story and honor her sacrifice. Through July 14. “None of This is Real”: Through performance, installation, photographic documentation and social practice, artist-in-residence Lucas Murgida creates situations that allow audience members to experience private moments in public situations. His projects address ideas of service, perception, liberation, privacy, power and labor. Ongoing. Osher Lifelong Learning Institute All events at Mackey Auditorium, Ruby Gerontology Center unless otherwise noted. Information: 657-278-2446, olli-Info@fullerton.edu or olli.fullerton.edu History of Broadway Musicals. Learn about some of the most familiar Broadway musicals. The course will explore musicals/plays designed to be biographical depictions of famous entertainers or composers. In addition to instructor’s lectures, a variety of taped lectures, documentaries and short biographical clips of major Broadway composers and performers will be featured. The lectures will include the Hollywood versions of the musicals/plays when available. Shapiro AB classroom of the Ruby Gerontology Center. Noon-2 p.m. Thursdays. Tony Bennett and his music is the focus of the Jazz Series Class at Florentine’s Grill on June 1. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP) Jazz at Florentine’s Grill. Tony Bennett and his music is the focus of this Jazz Series Class. The music is provided by Joe Lawton & Mike LeVan and the Docs. Florentine’s is at 102 N. Harbor Blvd., Fullerton. 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. June 1. Pollak Library Miniseminar: “DNA for Family History Research.” The event is in conjunction with the exhibit, “History in Our Genes: Human DNA.” (Information below) What can you learn about your ethnic origins from DNA testing? How can it be used to piece together your family history? Are those TV commercials all hype? Are you hesitant to test, because of privacy risks? Not sure which DNA testing company to pick, or who in your family to test? This program is suitable for anyone who has already tested their DNA or is just curious about DNA testing. Pollak Library, PLN-130. 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m. June 8. “History in Our Genes: Human DNA” is  a new exhibit that features displays of infographics, created by a team of art (graphic and interactive design) students, led by Emily Pillai, exhibit co-designer, as well as multimedia stations, including a DNA maker station with hands-on activities. Exhibit highlights include: Milestones of the Human Genome Project; SNPs and sequencing (SNPs make popular home DNA tests possible); How human DNA is passed down to each generation; What Y-chromosome DNA and mitochondrial DNA tells about human ancient origins from Africa; and how DNA was used to identify the remains of King Richard III, determine if Thomas Jefferson and Sally Hemings had children together and helped law enforcement identify and capture the Golden State Killer. In the library’s East and West Terraces on the second floor. Through Sept. 25. Fullerton Arboretum All events are at the arboretum unless otherwise noted. 1900 Associated Road, Fullerton. All proceeds from fundraising events support plant conservation and environmental education programs. Information: 657-278-3407 or fullertonarboretum.org The “Moving Walls” exhibit explores the dual identities of the Heart Mountain barracks in Powell, Wyoming, which were hastily built to house incarcerated Japanese Americans during World War II. The exhibit at the Fullerton Arboretum’s Orange County Agricultural and Nikkei History Museum runs through May 31.(Photo by Stan Honda) “Moving Walls.” The exhibit, featuring photos by award-winning photojournalist Stan Honda, explores the dual identities of the Heart Mountain barracks in Powell, Wyo., which were hastily built to house incarcerated Japanese Americans during the war, then turned into homes and farm buildings for postwar veterans-turned-homesteaders who received free acreage and two barracks as part of a lottery program with the U.S. government. Orange County Agricultural and Nikkei History Museum. Through May 31. Feathery Peacocks. In this painting class, you will have the opportunity to paint one of the two featured feathery peacocks. Registration fee includes a canvas, paints, brushes, apron and step-by-step instructions. 1-4:30 p.m. Sunday. Members, $25; nonmembers, $28. Guided Public Nature Tours. Join a docent as you tour the garden. Enjoy the sights and sounds of the different garden collections through secret trails off the beaten path. Docents will take you to their favorite places in the garden and share stories and folklore. Bring walking shoes. 10 a.m. second and fourth Saturday of each month. Meet at the Nature Center; no registration required. Yoga in the Garden. Have you always wanted to try yoga? Here’s your chance to lengthen, strengthen and tone your body. Each session we’ll explore a new creative yoga practice, including flexibility, toning and core strength while enjoying the beauty of Mother Nature. For beginning to intermediate students. Bring your own yoga mat and water. 9 a.m. every 2nd and 4th Saturday. $13-$15. Tucker Wildlife Sanctuary The CSUF-run wildlife sanctuary is at 29322 Modjeska Canyon Road, Silverado. Events are celebrating the sanctuary’s 90th anniversary. Proceeds benefit outdoor education programs for children. Info: 714-649-2760 or www.tuckerwildlife.org Birding for Kids, a family-based walk. 1:30-3 p.m. June 1. Email Cal State Fullerton event information to local@ocregister.com
22 May 19
Việt Nail Single

Aviation Newspapers – Delta flight 1921: Technical Details Air travel are usually connected to two circumstances: either the individuals that are being flown from one spot to another, and also the pilot. Yet , this procured aviation paper from Ultius will show there is an entire technical system backside the aviator that has been as […]