SPURS have the right to jump the queue if Gareth Bale…
TOP 150 INDEPENDENT AIRPLAY CHART 02-16-2019 # ARTIST SONG TITLE LABEL 1 JON LOCKE I JUST WANNA LOCK E 2 FRANKIE SMALLZ MAKE A WISH SMALLZ MUZICK 3 TONY LINDSAY SWEET LOVE TONY LINDSAY 4 B RAE SHOTGUN FOR THE STARS 5 JACKSON TURNER SOUND THE ALARM JACKSON TURNER 6 HALF MILE HOME I WON’T […]
Millville’s Daniel Fenton and Atlantic City’s Isaiah Whaley gave the Cape-Atlantic League a 1-2 finish in the 400-meter dash at Easterns Tuesday night, Fenton winning in an indoor PR 49.63 and Whaley second with an indoor PR of his own at 49.70. These long-time rivals were the only runners under 50 seconds. It was the […]
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TWENTY-SEVEN Kratchen Four days came and went amid much turmoil and discussion, and the Misfortune drew closer towards her goal. Kane led them aboard the launch with a somber air, for wizards were a fickle sort, recluse and deceptive. Thalon stayed with them to guide them the rest of the way, much against his liking. […]
The Amazons Jimmy’s Manchester, 9th February 2019 Words: Daniel Burton Photos: Fiona Carroll Arriving at the venue well in time for the support act, I was expecting a standard local band to be opening, but to my surprise it was The Mysterines! As soon as I found this out, my anticipation of the night increased […]
Happy birthday Peter Strauss, born February 20, 1947. Peter Lawrence Strauss is an American television and movie actor, known for his roles in several television miniseries in the 1970’s and 1980’s. Notably, he plays Abel Roznovski in Kane and Abel, the TV miniseries from Jeffrey Archer’s book of the same title. He won an Emmy […]
Majuro: On the same day that the first landings were being made on Kwajalein Atoll, American forces with far less difficulty were occupying Majuro Atoll about 265 nautical miles to the southeast. Majuro was correctly believed to be only lightly defended, if at all, and the configuration of the atoll plus its location on the […]
Whatever readers think about the mythos congealing about American film in the seventies, I expect little dissent about the nominations for Best Actress, the best since the 1935-1945 run.
With the same cold, dank weather, but without the excitement of Christmas, the month of january is notoriously gutty. So here’s the songs that I found myself putting on repeat last month, in order of addition: (NOTE- this is also influenced by the fact I saw The 1975 at the Brighton Centre, 16/01/19, and Pale […]
It was a wild night in the Windy City as the Chicago Blackhawks hung on for an 8-7 win against the Ottawa Senators on Monday night.
The Indoor Track and Field season comes to an end in Pennsylvania this Sunday on the campus of Penn State University. The one day championship is packed with non-stop action starting with the 4x800m relay at 10:00am and ending with the 4x400m relay. Central Pennsylvania will be well-represented at the event. We highlight each of […]
The Chicago Blackhawks are three points away from a playoff spot and they’re going to need to be alive tonight against the Ottawa Senators in order to get within 1.
Sanchez was named one of the substitutes of the fifth round at the Stamford Bridge. The striker has scored only twice throughout the season and has started three times since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer became interim chief in December. Before hearing the news of the team, Murphy said that the best way for Sanchez to find […]
Discomfort. For most runners, whether fast or slow, running long distances or short sprints, peak performance is all about your tolerance of discomfort, or at the very least your ability to ignore it. This is obviously a choice, or a state of mind. It is quite possible to run, even perform well, in training and […]