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25 Jun 19
PhillyLacrosse.com

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 6/24/19 From US Lacrosse Fifty players – including two from South Jersey – have advanced to the second round of tryouts for the 2020 U.S. men’s U19 team. US Lacrosse welcomed 104 of the nation’s top young players to a three-day tryout this past weekend at the National Team Training Center and a […]

24 Jun 19
Europa Cinemas' Blog

After yesterday’s dive into Gen Zers’ mind and exhibitors’ solutions to connect to them, Europa Cinemas’ summer camp resumes with more insights on what works and doesn’t work to attract young audiences: a quest punctuated by food, a modelling workshop and a stroll in the trendy places of bella Bologna ! ENGAGEMENT ISSUES Gen Zers […]

24 Jun 19
Austin Mcintosh

#Nature, #MotherNature

24 Jun 19
New Mexico Living Local

[anvplayer video=”3726100″ station=”KRQE”] The Greater Edgewood Chamber of Commerce presents Cowboy Days. The family-friendly event has all sorts of fun activities and there is one more week to experience it. Some events below: Barn Dance (Friday, June 28) at Church Street Market Chuckwagon Sunset Supper Show (Saturday, June 29) at Wildlife West Nature Park Field […]

24 Jun 19
Local Spins

It’s full steam ahead for summer concerts, with Hillsong United, Wayne Baker Brooks, Liz Longley, Lovelytheband, Jon Stickley, Built to Spill and much more on the docket. Get the lowdown and ticket links for this week’s shows at Local Spins, and see how you can win free tickets to see Hey Marco’s Steely Dan tribute.

24 Jun 19
Run through the tape

6/24/19 – Aaron Chen In light of the 2019 draft ending the other night, I wanted to look back at how things went from the 2018 NBA Draft. I didn’t post my Big Board last year but I still have the document so might as well post it here to look back on and see […]

24 Jun 19
Boulder County Branch NAACP

Thank you to all who came to the McIntosh County Shouters performance at Macky Auditorium yesterday. The Shouters were spellbinding, and we had a packed house.   We would so appreciate feedback on the event. Please fill out the form at the following link: http://bit.ly/ShoutersFeedback   EDUCATORS: we will be doing specific followup, including discussion […]

24 Jun 19
Sports Gaming Rosters

Madden NFL 19 laid the foundation for draft classes. I am putting that game in the rear view mirror as I start my extensive research for my Madden NFL 20 classes. I vow to give the community four complete draft classes, as I know I did not do as well as I had hoped last […]

24 Jun 19
CauseACTION Clarion

The Club for Growth will run an ad in Iowa during the first Democrat presidential debate highlighting former Vice President Joe Biden’s record on race. The ad, which will air on MSNBC and NBC stations in Des Moines during Thursday’s event, is tailored to showcase the Democrat frontrunner’s longstanding vulnerabilities with black voters, according to […]

24 Jun 19
Canon City Daily Record
Fremont County Sheriff’s Office June 5-11 Cody Allen Beebe, 26, failure to appear on traffic charge. Vanessa Anece Shropshire, 31, domestic violence, harassment, third-degree assault. Brent Michael Roberts, 25, bond revocation. Melissa Floral McIntosh, 57, bond revocation. Lorena Bernette Colgin, 46, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of a Schedule I/II controlled substance, drove motorcycle without a valid license, no protective eyewear. Teddy Joe Evans, 28, court writ – harassment and disorderly conduct. Juan Antonia Gallegos, 36, court writ – aggravated motor vehicle theft. Howard M. Knox, 53, court writ – second-degree assault on a peace officer. Stephen Loyd Baugh, 35, DUI, careless driving, weaving. David Michael Clark, 59, DUI, weaving. Kyle Robert Shotliffe, 31, possession of drug paraphernalia, unlawful possession of a Schedule I/II Icontrolled substance, open container of marijuana, vehicle had only one plate, DUI, special offender. Chad Franklyn Johnson, 40, possession of narcotic equipment, unlawful possession of a controlled substance. Amanda Lee Downs, 33, failure to appear on charge of dangerous drugs. Marcelino Joseph Venegas III, 27, second-degree assault, vehicular assault, child abuse, drove under restraint, reckless driving. Frederick Gerald Smith, 56, probation revocation. Justin James Evans, 39, court writ – harassment.          
24 Jun 19
Bloody Disgusting!

The holiday horror anthology Deathcember will open 24 doors to Hell for “the ultimate advent horror anthology movie” later this year. The anthology will feature 24 shorts by 24 directors from around the globe, each one taking a look at the dark side of the festive season. We’ve got the poster art for another segment for […]

24 Jun 19
Block Club Chicago
Get more in-depth, daily coverage of Chicago politics at The Daily Line. CHICAGO — Lovers of fizzy water who got their LaCroix fix at Walgreens only to be incorrectly hit with the Chicago’s bottled water tax — which does not apply to sparkling water and seltzer — can not sue the drug store for fraud, the Illinois Supreme Court ruled. The Illinois Supreme Court ruled 6-1 to reject a class action suit brought by Destin McIntosh, who filed suit after he bought sparkling water from a Chicago Walgreens store only to find he had paid Chicago’s five-cent per bottle tax, which should have applied only to plain, bottled water. The taxing error was first reported by DNAinfo Chicago, which is now Block Club Chicago. Walgreens corrected the error after the news reports. The decision authored by Supreme Court Justice P. Scott Neville found Walgreens acted in good faith because officials believed the tax was required, did not attempt to hide the charge from customers and paid the tax to the city. Chief Justice Lloyd A. Karmeier, and justices Rita B. Garman, Robert R. Thomas, Anne Burke and Mary Jane Theis concurred. Read the full decision here. However, dissenting Justice Thomas L. Kilbride said the ruling could establish a precedent that could thwart future consumer fraud claims by relying on the so-called “voluntary payment doctrine.” That doctrine prevents litigants from recovering payments that were not coerced and if the charge was disclosed. The suit was originally dismissed by a Cook County judge, but revived by an appeals court. Attorneys for Walgreens appealed that decision to revive the lawsuit.