Mark Adam New York

20 Jul 19
GC LIVE

Words By Natalie Blacklock. The Cutaways ‘Wax Woman’ Album Launch, presented by Crowbar Brisbane and Team Glasses, smashed through their hometown of Brisbane. Since forming in late 2016, The Cutaways have been prolific in the Brisbane live scene with a slew of headline slots as well as supports for local mates including; Grenadiers, Frenzal Rhomb, […]

20 Jul 19
Stories That Make You Smile

💜 When Abby investigates a murder at a popular bar, a witness arouses more than just her protective instincts. Can she stop a killer before he takes everything?

☆ EXCERPT ☆ GIVEAWAY ☆

20 Jul 19
The AIM Network

By Dr George Venturini   A conga line of bludgers Living off so much wealth, power and privilege is a long list of freeloaders, which begins with: Prince Philip The Duke of Edinburgh’s estimated wealth is US$45 million. (A. Langone and J. Calfas, ‘All the members of the British Royal Family, ranked by net worth’, 14 […]

20 Jul 19

Man’s Need to Repent There is a need for man to repent of his sin.  Man, subconsciously know that he is sinfully depraved in mind, in heart and he is devoid of truth (cf. 1 Timothy 6:5, ESV) also he suppresses this truth of his own depravity in unrighteousness (Romans 1:18).  The reason why man […]

20 Jul 19
Brexit Compliance News

President Trump speaks to the media as he arrives on Air Force One in Greenville, N.C., on Wednesday. (Carolyn Kaster/AP) With Emily Davies THE BIG IDEA: President Trump has soured on hiring generals, whom he stocked his administration with at the beginning. Remember John Kelly, Jim Mattis, Michael Flynn and H.R. McMaster. But the billionaire’s fondness […]

20 Jul 19
CE Albanese

Sadly, ThrillerFest 2019 has come to an end. Wait… you don’t know what ThrillerFest is?? Seriously? Hrm. Well, if you have a second, I’ll give you a quick rundown.

20 Jul 19
The Denver Post
NEW YORK — The Rockies’ road trip to redemption began like “National Lampoon’s Vacation.” It was a disaster, minus the comedy. After getting swept in four games at home by San Francisco, the Rockies put on a brave face and talked about keeping their fading playoff hopes alive with a strong showing on the East Coast. But the mighty Yankees whipped the Rockies 8-2 Friday night in the Bronx, sending them to their fifth consecutive loss and 12th defeat in their last 14 games. Boxscore The Rockies struck out 17 times, leading manager Bud Black to say: “Tonight was a bad night, no doubt about it. We have got to do a better job of putting the ball in play. Overall, we are in a little bit of a bad rut, both on the mound and at the plate, and a little bit of that is strikeout related.” Black was ejected in the ninth inning for arguing with home plate umpire Doug Eddings after Eddings called out Chris Iannetta on a check swing. Colorado had hoped for an encouraging outing from left-hander Kyle Freeland, who was making his second start since his Triple-A makeover. But that didn’t happen and the Rockies’ starting pitching woes continued. “I had said that I needed to focus on keeping the ball in the bottom of the zone and I think I did a really good job of that (tonight),” Freeland said. “But the walks are what hurt me.” In his first two innings, Freeland flashed reminders of his outstanding 2018 form by notching three strikeouts. His command wasn’t perfect, but he kept the Yankees guessing. But Freeland’s precision deserted him in the third inning and he started falling behind. Smelling blood in the water, the Yankees, 15-3 over their last 18 home games, wasted little time going into attack mode. Former Rockies all-star second baseman DJ LeMahieu singled, Aaron Judge and Gary Sanchez drew walks and Edwin Encarnacion roped a 299-foot grand slam that just cleared the left-field wall for a 4-2 lead. “I fell behind and I couldn’t really get back into (the count),” Freeland said of the walks. “I was looking to get a ball on the ground and I never got it, and then the grand slam happened.” New York’s lead grew to 5-2 in the fourth. Outfielder Mike Tauchman, another former Rockie, blooped a ball over the head of third baseman Nolan Arenado and slid into second with a hustle double. LeMahieu drove Tauchman home with a single through the right side for his 66th RBI, tying his career high with Colorado in 2016. LeMahieu, batting .330 overall, is hitting .440 with runners in scoring position. Freeland’s final line was not pretty: four innings, five runs, six hits, three walks and six strikeouts. His ERA rose from 7.39 to 7.62. [related_articles location=”right” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] Judge’s enormous two-run homer to center off Yency Almonte in the New York’s three-run sixth inning put the game on ice. And, as if the Rockies needed more misery during this tough stretch, reliever Adam Ottavino, Colorado’s former late-game set-up man, struck out the side in the sixth. The Yankees’ right-hander whiffed Mark Reynolds swinging and Iannetta and Garrett Hampson looking. Colorado took a 2-0 lead in the second inning on a Ryan McMahon’s leadoff solo home run off J.A. Happ and an RBI double by Hampson. But then, in the City that Never Sleeps, the Rockies’ bats went to bed early. Leadoff hitter Charlie Blackmon, the National League player of the month for June, has fallen into a funk. He went 0-for-5 with three strikeouts Friday night and is batting .122 (5-for-41) with one walk and 12 strikeouts over his last 10 games.        
20 Jul 19
Boulder Daily Camera
NEW YORK — The Rockies’ road trip to redemption began like “National Lampoon’s Vacation.” It was a disaster, minus the comedy. After getting swept in four games at home by San Francisco, the Rockies put on a brave face and talked about keeping their fading playoff hopes alive with a strong showing on the East Coast. But the mighty Yankees whipped the Rockies 8-2 Friday night in the Bronx, sending them to their fifth consecutive loss and 12th defeat in their last 14 games. Boxscore The Rockies struck out 17 times, leading manager Bud Black to say: “Tonight was a bad night, no doubt about it. We have got to do a better job of putting the ball in play. Overall, we are in a little bit of a bad rut, both on the mound and at the plate, and a little bit of that is strikeout related.” Black was ejected in the ninth inning for arguing with home plate umpire Doug Eddings after Eddings called out Chris Iannetta on a check swing. Colorado had hoped for an encouraging outing from left-hander Kyle Freeland, who was making his second start since his Triple-A makeover. But that didn’t happen and the Rockies’ starting pitching woes continued. “I had said that I needed to focus on keeping the ball in the bottom of the zone and I think I did a really good job of that (tonight),” Freeland said. “But the walks are what hurt me.” In his first two innings, Freeland flashed reminders of his outstanding 2018 form by notching three strikeouts. His command wasn’t perfect, but he kept the Yankees guessing. But Freeland’s precision deserted him in the third inning and he started falling behind. Smelling blood in the water, the Yankees, 15-3 over their last 18 home games, wasted little time going into attack mode. Former Rockies all-star second baseman DJ LeMahieu singled, Aaron Judge and Gary Sanchez drew walks and Edwin Encarnacion roped a 299-foot grand slam that just cleared the left-field wall for a 4-2 lead. “I fell behind and I couldn’t really get back into (the count),” Freeland said of the walks. “I was looking to get a ball on the ground and I never got it, and then the grand slam happened.” New York’s lead grew to 5-2 in the fourth. Outfielder Mike Tauchman, another former Rockie, blooped a ball over the head of third baseman Nolan Arenado and slid into second with a hustle double. LeMahieu drove Tauchman home with a single through the right side for his 66th RBI, tying his career high with Colorado in 2016. LeMahieu, batting .330 overall, is hitting .440 with runners in scoring position. Freeland’s final line was not pretty: four innings, five runs, six hits, three walks and six strikeouts. His ERA rose from 7.39 to 7.62. [related_articles location=”right” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] Judge’s enormous two-run homer to center off Yency Almonte in the New York’s three-run sixth inning put the game on ice. And, as if the Rockies needed more misery during this tough stretch, reliever Adam Ottavino, Colorado’s former late-game set-up man, struck out the side in the sixth. The Yankees’ right-hander whiffed Mark Reynolds swinging and Iannetta and Garrett Hampson looking. Colorado took a 2-0 lead in the second inning on a Ryan McMahon’s leadoff solo home run off J.A. Happ and an RBI double by Hampson. But then, in the City that Never Sleeps, the Rockies’ bats went to bed early. Leadoff hitter Charlie Blackmon, the National League player of the month for June, has fallen into a funk. He went 0-for-5 with three strikeouts Friday night and is batting .122 (5-for-41) with one walk and 12 strikeouts over his last 10 games.        
20 Jul 19
Longmont Times-Call
NEW YORK — The Rockies’ road trip to redemption began like “National Lampoon’s Vacation.” It was a disaster, minus the comedy. After getting swept in four games at home by San Francisco, the Rockies put on a brave face and talked about keeping their fading playoff hopes alive with a strong showing on the East Coast. But the mighty Yankees whipped the Rockies 8-2 Friday night in the Bronx, sending them to their fifth consecutive loss and 12th defeat in their last 14 games. Boxscore The Rockies struck out 17 times, leading manager Bud Black to say: “Tonight was a bad night, no doubt about it. We have got to do a better job of putting the ball in play. Overall, we are in a little bit of a bad rut, both on the mound and at the plate, and a little bit of that is strikeout related.” Black was ejected in the ninth inning for arguing with home plate umpire Doug Eddings after Eddings called out Chris Iannetta on a check swing. Colorado had hoped for an encouraging outing from left-hander Kyle Freeland, who was making his second start since his Triple-A makeover. But that didn’t happen and the Rockies’ starting pitching woes continued. “I had said that I needed to focus on keeping the ball in the bottom of the zone and I think I did a really good job of that (tonight),” Freeland said. “But the walks are what hurt me.” In his first two innings, Freeland flashed reminders of his outstanding 2018 form by notching three strikeouts. His command wasn’t perfect, but he kept the Yankees guessing. But Freeland’s precision deserted him in the third inning and he started falling behind. Smelling blood in the water, the Yankees, 15-3 over their last 18 home games, wasted little time going into attack mode. Former Rockies all-star second baseman DJ LeMahieu singled, Aaron Judge and Gary Sanchez drew walks and Edwin Encarnacion roped a 299-foot grand slam that just cleared the left-field wall for a 4-2 lead. “I fell behind and I couldn’t really get back into (the count),” Freeland said of the walks. “I was looking to get a ball on the ground and I never got it, and then the grand slam happened.” New York’s lead grew to 5-2 in the fourth. Outfielder Mike Tauchman, another former Rockie, blooped a ball over the head of third baseman Nolan Arenado and slid into second with a hustle double. LeMahieu drove Tauchman home with a single through the right side for his 66th RBI, tying his career high with Colorado in 2016. LeMahieu, batting .330 overall, is hitting .440 with runners in scoring position. Freeland’s final line was not pretty: four innings, five runs, six hits, three walks and six strikeouts. His ERA rose from 7.39 to 7.62. [related_articles location=”right” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] Judge’s enormous two-run homer to center off Yency Almonte in the New York’s three-run sixth inning put the game on ice. And, as if the Rockies needed more misery during this tough stretch, reliever Adam Ottavino, Colorado’s former late-game set-up man, struck out the side in the sixth. The Yankees’ right-hander whiffed Mark Reynolds swinging and Iannetta and Garrett Hampson looking. Colorado took a 2-0 lead in the second inning on a Ryan McMahon’s leadoff solo home run off J.A. Happ and an RBI double by Hampson. But then, in the City that Never Sleeps, the Rockies’ bats went to bed early. Leadoff hitter Charlie Blackmon, the National League player of the month for June, has fallen into a funk. He went 0-for-5 with three strikeouts Friday night and is batting .122 (5-for-41) with one walk and 12 strikeouts over his last 10 games.        
20 Jul 19
Martian Gardens

Martian Gardens Episode 984 Recorded at Max’s home studio, Amherst, Massachusetts July 23, 2019 Contact Max Shea: martiangardensmax@gmail.com  (or just leave a comment below) Listen: Where and When Valley Free Radio WXOJ 103.3 FM radio4all.net Taint Radio Hour 1 SINGLE PLAY Judith Shatin: Three Summers Heat– a. Just Now the Sea-Green Banners Fly (2:09) b. […]

20 Jul 19
News Archives Uk

By Clarence Fanto, Eagle Correspondent Oppressive. Dangerous. These warnings, rarely announced by government forecasters in our region, summarize the tropical steam bath that Berkshire residents and visitors will endure this weekend. According to the National Weather Service in Albany, New York, the center of the burning dome of heat and humidity will be northeast of […]

20 Jul 19
Matt TV Awards 19

Best Drama Series: Game of Thrones Homecoming Pose Sex Education Sorry for Your Loss Succession This Is Us Best Actor – Drama Series: Jason Bateman, Ozark Sterling K. Brown, This Is Us Brian Cox, Succession Bob Odenkirk, Better Call Saul Michael Pena, Narcos: Mexico Billy Porter, Pose Jeremy Strong, Succession Best Actress – Drama Series: […]

19 Jul 19
Happily Ever Klafter

By: The Other Guy Yesterday’s post has me feeling a bit nostalgic. It was fun seeing images from a game I clearly did not remember and reminiscing about some of my favorite players when I was a young man. Rookies are supposed to report to Jets camp today. Perhaps one of them will eventually gain […]

19 Jul 19
Soapbox 360

Tensions in the Kerch Strait—the channel separating contested Crimean from the Russian mainland—boiled over in the early morning of November 25 in a show of force by Russian naval forces. While attempting to transit between the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov, three Ukranian vessels took fire from and were subsequently detained by the […]