Paul Reed Smith

24 Jan 19
HollywoodGlee

Posted by Larry Gleeson Onstage: Jackie Chan, Lena Waithe, Jane Campion, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Boots Riley, Hannah Pearl Utt, Desiree Akhavan, Tommy Orange, Among Many Others Los Angeles, CA — Sundance Institute will convene dozens of offscreen events, including inclusive and intersectional conversations on the next wave of storytelling, radical data transparency, the future of democracy […]

23 Jan 19
Wilmington Apple

Dozens of gun safety groups & health organizations have endorsed the legislation.

23 Jan 19
Glass Houses

Whose house? Yeah, probably this guy. The 388 different players included … • 11 different Chrises• 2 different Bubbas• 2 players named "Justin Hicks"#LiveUnderPar pic.twitter.com/Zi01088tIN — PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) January 23, 2019

23 Jan 19
parlorseries

Hello dear listeners! We hope you can join us on Sunday, February 3rd, at 3pm, for a thrilling all-star afternoon of bebop brass! Blake & Brass Michael Blake – Saxophone and Flute Steven Bernstein – Trumpet Clark Gayton – Trombone Marcus Rojas – Tuba Allan Mednard – Drums Conjuring music from the curbsides and corners of cultures far […]

23 Jan 19
Boston Herald
BMWORR took home the championship of the abbreviated Nan Rheault Tournament on Martha’s Vineyard, beating Scituate in Sunday’s championship game, 3-0. Meg Nolan earned the shutout and BMWORR got goals from Chelsea Peterson, Madison Guinen and Elsie Buckley in the win. The Canalwomen played only one game in the tournament, advancing to the final as Dover-Sherborn/Hopkinton was unable to make it to the island because of the weekend storm. Scituate earned its spot in the title game with Saturday’s 6-2 victory against the host Vineyarders. Christine Oar had two goals and an assist and Elizabeth Stevenson two goals for the Sailors, with Sheila Dunn and Elliette Leahy also scoring. Lauren Boyd and Hailey Meader scored for MV.   HERALD’S HAT TRICK (the best of the best from across the state from the weekend of Jan. 20-21): ALEX GRAVES, Lowell Catholic: Graves notched his 100th career point on an assist in the Crusaders’ 6-4 loss to Archbishop Williams in a Catholic Central crossover game. Conor Kelly and John Vaughan scored twice for Archbishop Williams, with Alex Umbro and Jack Allen adding the other goals. Connor Doherty’s hat trick led LC, followed by a goal from David Morey. KAT PARADIS, Reading: Kat Paradis had a goal and two assists, giving her 100 career points, and the Rockets rolled to an 8-1 victory against Burlington in the Middlesex League. Meg McDonald scored for the Red Devils. RYAN SLADE, Auburn: Slade had four goals, scoring twice in a four-goal third period and Auburn rallied past Nashoba/Clinton, 6-3. Cam Dungey added a goal and two assists for the Rockets and Caleb Mackin also scored. Ben Laplante had a goal and assist for the Chieftains, with Joe Fontaine and Billy Johns also scoring.   Circling the ponds, and cleaning them off after this weekend’s weather … ATLANTIC COAST: Kayla McGaffigan had a hat trick, Ava McGaffigan scored twice and Dennis-Yarmouth outlasted Marshfield, 7-3. Lily Holmes and Amelia Veara added goals for the Dolphins. Maddie Ames scored twice and Molly Shaw the other for the Rams. … Kileigh Holt had a hat trick, Caroline Barrett scored twice and Sandwich whitewashed Cape Cod, 8-0. Anna Goodwin, Paige Hawkins and Lily Tobin also scored for the Blue Knights. Sophia Visceglio posted the shutout. BAY STATE: Caroline Driscoll and Olivia Boyd scored twice each and Brookline doubled up Framingham, 6-3. Willa Frantzis and Cassie Terranova had the other goals for the Warriors. Georgia Parker had two goals and an assist and Ava Sullivan a goal and assist for the Flyers. … Bridget Noonan, Maja Desmond and Isabelle Kressy each had a goal in Wellesley’s 3-1 victory against Natick. CATHOLIC CENTRAL: Lauren Vaccaro posted the shutout and Jenna Chaplain provided the offense with both goals, lifting St. Mary’s past Archbishop Williams, 2-0. DUAL COUNTY/MERRIMACK VALLEY: Allie Dean made 17 saves for the shutout and Westford Academy blanked Lincoln-Sudbury, 4-0. Ava Golash had a goal and assist for the Grey Ghosts, while Kayleigh -Butler, Val Crory and Sam Musante all scored. … Julia Masotta and Jessica Driscoll scored a pair of goals each and Methuen/Tewksbury (9-1-1) rolled to a 9-1 victory against Concord-Carlisle in a Dual County/Merrimack Valley crossover. Masotta also had two assists for the Red Rangers, who got a goal and three assists from Cassidy Gruning and three assists from Katelyn DiMambro. … Emma Gilmartin had a hat trick, Cailey Willey scored twice and Andover rolled past Central Catholic, 7-1. Lauren Adams and Kate Gemmell added goals for the Golden Warriors, while Maddie Guy had the lone goal for the Raiders. MIDDLESEX: Mackenzie Russo scored twice, including the game-winner with 1:30 left, and Woburn edged Stoneham, 2-1. NORTHEASTERN: Peabody had five different scorers, led by a goal and two assists each from Jenn Flynn and Kat DiGiulio, in a 5-1 victory against Marblehead. Jess Robert (goal, assist), Sadie Gearan and Elise Staunton also scored for the Tanners. Mia Salah had the goal for the Magicians. NONLEAGUE: Samantha McKenzie scored twice in the third period and Falmouth rallied for a 2-2 tie with Barnstable. Ali Carpenter and Seanna McEneaney had the goals for the Red Raiders. Rachel Gittings made 30 saves and Medway/Ashland battled to a 2-2 tie with Canton. Sophia Theodore and Mackenzie Quigley scored for M/A. Ellie Rae Roberts and Theresa O’Brien scored for the Bulldogs. … Lauren Farren’s hat trick was the difference for Cohasset/Hanover in its 5-2 victory against Whitman-Hanson/Silver Lake. Morgan Foley and Krista Soldano also scored for C/H. Alyssa Murphy had both goals for WHSL. Destiny Arruda and Elizabeth LePage had two goals and an assist each and Bishop Stang rode a 40-save effort from Sierra Majewski for a 6-2 victory against St. Peter-Marian. Raquel Reis also had a goal and two assists for the Spartans. Emily Hamann and Gina Richard had a goal and assist apiece for the Guardians. …  Senior Lexi McNeil scored a pair of goals as Bishop Fenwick blanked Oakmont, 4-0. Jill Mattucci and Emma Perry added goals for the Crusaders, who got a combined shutout from Daphne Jalbert and Madison Davis, Ashley Bourn made 31 saves in the loss for the Spartans. Goals from Katerina Yelsits, Kerrin McLaughlin, Deanna Bosco and Ella Roe led HPNA past Beverly/Danvers, 4-2. Jaime Dupont and Emma Knott scored for the Panthers. … Charlotte Hinckley scored twice and Wayland/Weston skated past Stoughton, 6-1. In a Sunday game, Franklin remained unbeaten with its 3-1 victory against Sandwich. Katelyn Brown had a goal and assist for the Panthers, Maryanne McCahill and Amanda Lewandowski a goal each and Regan Paterson two assists. Paige Hawkins scored for the Blue Knights.   BOYS HOCKEY Makem Demers scored twice, Matt Burke and Max Cocchi each had goals and Pope Francis blanked Austin Prep, 4-0, in a nonleague matchup of top-five Super Eight contenders. ATLANTIC COAST: Chase Holm made 26 saves and Ben Winslow scored twice to lead Nauset past Sandwich, 5-0. Hunter Coughlin, Ocean Fancy and Tyler Hoffman also scored for the Warriors. … James Kolar’s two goals led Marshfield in its 8-0 victory against Dennis-Yarmouth. Gus Kastrud got the shutout on his first start for the Rams, who also got goals from Jake Mastrangelo, Kevin Moriarty, Matt Mullaney, Kevin Buckley and Jason Reardon. BAY STATE: Conor Foley’s natural hat trick sparked Walpole in its 4-1 victory against Milton. Foley also set up Danny Savary’s shorthanded goal for the Rebels, while Declan Prendergast scored and Mark Guerra made 30 saves for the Wildcats. … Natick got goals from Brendan Carr, Ricky Mingolelli and David Drew to beat Wellesley, 3-1. Andrew Kittler had a pair of assists for the RedHawks. … Jeremy Souza had a hat trick and assist in Braintree’s 6-1 victory against Weymouth. Seth Bernard, Owen Flynn and Scott Lagos added goals for the Wamps. … Will Trischitta’s hat trick led Framingham in its 10-0 victory against Brookline. Robbie Lopez also scored twice, Jared Shimelmen had a goal and two assists, and Dom Leone, Ben Martel, Brian Tosi and Thomas Duane added goals. Tosi and Duane also each chipped in an assist. CAPE ANN: Tucker Hanson made 21 saves for the shutout and Masconomet topped Newburyport, 2-0, in a showdown atop the league standings. Andrew Gotts had a goal and assist for the Chieftains, and Zach Smith added the other goal. … Goals from Jordan Cane, Jack Queenan and Cam Martin gave Pentucket a 3-2 victory against Amesbury. Deuce Purcell had two assists for the Sachems and Brady McClung made 24 saves. Patrick Birmingham and Cam Chambers scored for the Indians. … Cael Kohan scored twice, Sam Rennick had a goal and two assists and Triton clipped Lynnfield, 4-3. James Tatro added a goal for the Vikings. George Deroche, Jarret Simpson and John Simonetti scored for the Pioneers. CATHOLIC CENTRAL: D.J. Marrs scored the go-ahead goal to spark a three-goal third period and John Paul II pulled away from Cardinal Spellman, 4-1. Joe Manning scored twice and Jack Richards had a goal and assist for the Lions. … St. Mary’s blanked Matignon, 6-0, with six different scorers, including Luke Sargent’s first varsity goal. Colby Magliozzi, Christian Moran, Nick Napolitano, Kyle Ouellette, Colin Reddy all scored for the Spartans, and Joe Purtell and Owen Giangrande combined for the shutout. COMMONWEALTH: Connor Lefebvre scored the lone goal for Nashoba Tech in its 3-1 loss to Northeast. DUAL COUNTY/MERRIMACK VALLEY: Max Brande scored with 14 seconds left and the goalie pulled for an extra attacker and Wayland battled back for a 2-2 tie with Div. 3 foe Cambridge. Joe Tardif scored, Evan Vassilovski assisted on both and Ryan Nolan was strong in net for the Warriors. … Jake Callery had two goals and two assists and Dracut/Tyngsboro had little trouble with Bedford, 9-2. Kyle McManus and Brian Workman also had two goals each for D/T, Jared DeBruin had a goal and three assists, and Tanner Marshall (assist) and Mikey Collett also scored. Colin Winn made 20 saves and Westford Academy shut out Chelmsford, 4-0, in a Division 1 matchup. Matt Cielakie, Alex Sepe, Jason Bunyon and Kevin Bruskiewitz all scored for the Grey Ghosts. … Sam Murray and Leo Byers scored in the final five minutes to rally Andover to a 2-2 tie with Waltham. J.T. Logue and Brian McNamara had given the Hawks a 2-0 lead in the second period. … Victor Otero scored with three minutes left and Acton-Boxboro skated to a 1-1 tie with Central Catholic. Charlie LeCain had the goal for the Raiders. Johnny Oblak and Charlie Desmarais had a pair of goals apiece and Lincoln-Sudbury doubled up Concord-Carlisle, 6-3. Jacob Noyes and Brendan Cullen rounded out the scoring for the Warriors. … Tewksbury rolled past Haverhill, 7-1, behind Campbell Pierce’s goal and three assists as well as two goals and an assist for Will O’Keefe. Casey Langley scored for the Hillies. HOCKOMOCK: Colin Bourne notched a hat trick with two assists to spark Oliver Ames’ 9-2 victory against Taunton. Hunter Costello chipped in two goals and two assists while Brett Williams and Jake Gottwald each had a goal and three assists for the Tigers. Duncan Pereira scored his first varsity goal for OA. MAYFLOWER: Will Calef scored his first varsity goal and Diman edged Blue Hills, 4-3. Gage Minior, Noah Jean and Ethan LaForce had the other goals for the Bengals. Josh Tucker scored twice and Tim Walsh had the other for the Warriors. … Sean Lovell had a goal and assist, and Tyler Richards a goal for South Shore in its 5-2 loss to Upper Cape. MIDDLESEX: Landyn Greatorex had two goals, Jake Emery a goal and assist and Reading battled Burlington to a 4-4 tie. Michael Tobin also scored for the Rockets. … Jake McNeely, Cam Marks, Andrew Calvert and Brendan Fennell had the goals for Melrose in its 4-1 victory against Belmont. … Colin Campbell posted the shutout for Stoneham in its 4-0 victory against Woburn. … Ryan McCarthy scored twice, Luke Mix and Colin Van Stry added goals and Winchester blanked Wilmington, 4-0. NORTHEASTERN: Gloucester won a showdown atop the South Division, answered a Lynn third-period surge with the winning goal from Jack Costanzo with four minutes left for a 6-5 victory. E.J. Field and Robby Horne scored twice for the Fishermen, Nevin Bertolino also scored and Costanzo added three assists. … Ryan Patrie had four goals and Brian Clougherty a goal and assist for the Jets. … Drew Olivieri’s winning goal pushed Swampscott past Revere/Malden, 3-2. Tyler Seller got his first varsity goal and Zach Elwell also scored for the Big Blue. In the North Division, J.D. Parker scored the eventual game-winner midway through the third to lift Winthrop past Saugus, 3-1. … Jared McDonald scored in the first period and Medford made it stand in a 1-0 victory against Danvers. … Andrew Mezza scored twice and Beverly skated past Peabody, 6-1. Drew Bernfeld, Danny Morency, Matthew Mezza and Shane Corcoran (first career) added goals for the Panthers.  Michael Zarro had the goal for the Tanners. PATRIOT: Aiden Campbell, Cam Caraher and Jacob Fleet had the goals and Plymouth North slipped past Scituate, 3-2. … James Lawlor’s two goals paced Duxbury’s 5-1 victory against Silver Lake. Drake Hadley and Tanner Smith had a goal and assist each for the Dragons and Ben Cheney also scored. … Lucas Lanagan netted a hat trick and Hanover cruised past Pembroke, 9-1. Lanagan scored twice in a six-goal first period along with Ethan Davis, Manning Morris, Nate DelPrete (two assists) and Drew Murphy, who added his second to cap the scoring. Joe Radzik added a goal and assist for the Indians, Kevin Chandler and Matt Rowe combined for 22 saves for the win. C.J. Perry scored for the Titans. SOUTH COAST: Cam Tait scored twice and Wareham/Carver continued what it is calling its “revenge tour” with a 5-2 victory against Old Rochester/Fairhaven. Quirino DoCanto had a goal and two assists, Connor Tait and Tryggve Krogstad a goal each, and Tyler Lovendale four assists for the Vikings, whose last win against the Bulldogs came almost exactly 10 years earlier, a 6-5 victory on Jan. 21, 2009. … Carson McGrath made 25 saves and Apponequet blanked Dighton-Rehoboth/Seekonk, 2-0. Ethan Harrop broke a scoreless tie 50 seconds into the third period and Collin Barroso followed up 50 seconds later for the Lakers. … Kyle McGuire and Kam Sassone combined for the shutout and Bourne got goals from seven different players in icing Somerset Berkley, 7-0. Connor McGuire, Chase Lapworth (three assists), Scott Silva, Max Hess, Joe Hess, Kyle Casano and Joe Dimonda all lit the lamp for the Canalmen. SOUTH SHORE: Matt Lund scored the go-ahead goal with 12 seconds left in the second period and Cohasset pulled away from Abington, 4-1. Lund also added an empty-netter and assisted a goal by Danny Talacci. Thomas Marsden finished the scoring for the Skippers. … Harrison Reed scored twice and Norwell blanked Rockland, 7-0. Matt Ward, Sammy Williams, Hayden McCarthy, Owen Ebsary and Luke Norton all scored for the Clippers. … Garrett Donohoe and Chris Cogan had a goal and an assist each in Middleboro/Hull’s 5-1 victory against East Bridgewater. Hunter Dandreta, Zach Leavens and Neil O’Reilly also scored for the Sachems. TRI-VALLEY: Tommy Hamblet scored and Hopkinton survived a 49-save effort from Holliston’s Nico Quatramoni for a 1-0 victory. Dylan Brand made 15 saves for the shutout for the Hillers. … Jack Carr, Tommy Dwyer, Colin Stover and Cole Theodore each scored and Sam Day made 18 saves as Medway doubled up Norton, 4-2. Jared Flueckiger and Joseph Juliano scored for the Lancers. … Chris Martin and David Hayes scored as Norwood battled to a 2-2 tie with Medfield. NONLEAGUE: Brian Frieh scored the tiebreaking goal in the second, then added an insurance tally as Barnstable edged archrival Falmouth, 5-3. Sam Howell, Tim Storie and Jac Cordeiro also scored for the Red Raiders. Stone Devlin scored twice and Robbie Curtis had one for the Clippers. Sean Clark netted a hat trick and St. John’s took care of Arlington Catholic, 7-2. Luke DeFlumeri, Tim Farley, Brendan Doherty (two assists) and Dhillon Wilde (assist) added goals for the Pioneers. Thomas Milne had a goal and assist, and Jason Smith a goal for the Cougars. Johnny Baker scored both goals and Newton South battled to a 2-2 tie with Lexington. Nick Muzi scored twice and Diego Alvarez Sefer added the other for Bishop Fenwick in its 3-3 tie with Notre Dame (Conn.) … Griffin Lynch had a hat trick, Jason Whalen scored a shorthanded goal and Quincy beat Bridgewater-Raynham for the second time in as many games, 4-0. Dan O’Leary had three assists and Dan Murphy picked up his third shutout for the Presidents. Brett Sutherland’s goal rallied Watertown to a 1-1 tie with Essex Tech, which got its goal from Chris Masta. … Nick Howarth scored twice, Caleb Ikkela added one and Bishop Stang topped Martha’s Vineyard, 3-1. Colby Zarba scored for the Vineyarders. Seamus Haney and Colby Guyer scored, Finn Brophy made 16 saves and Hamilton-Wenham battled Rockport to a 2-2 tie. Robert Joyal scored twice in Longmeadow’s 5-2 victory against Newton North. Ian Samuelson, John LaFleur and Preston Cloutier chipped in a goal apiece for the Lancers. CENTRAL MASS.: Ben Elkins scored the tiebreaker in the third period, Ben Bombard added an empty-netter and Worcester edged Littleton/Bromfield, 3-1, in the Coughlin Conference. Daniel Rafuse also scored for the Wildcats after Justin Montepeluso had given the Tigers the lead. Brady Sawyer and Aidan Young scored twice each and Assabet Valley took down Hopedale/Millis, 4-1, in the Russell Conference. Ryan Brooks had the lone goal for H/M. Ryan Peralta’s two goals and assist paced Oakmont in its 4-2 victory against Fitchburg/Monty Tech. Charlie Chinian and Eric Chalifoux added goals for the Spartans, while Jace Salame and Anthony Lesperance scored for the Bulldogs. WESTERN MASS.: Toby Ellingwood netted a hat trick, David Delisle had two goals and two assists and Drury cruised past Mount Everett, 9-1, in the Wright Division. Corbin Rumbolt (goal, three assists) and Caleb Rondeau (goal, two assists) also sparked the Blue Devils, with Kelsey Haley and Omar Uqdah also scoring. Grayson Duval had the goal for the Eagles.
23 Jan 19
GRABAKA HITMAN

  All fight cards and times subject to change.     WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23RD   [SUMO] Hatsu Basho 2019: Day 11 Sumida, Tokyo, Japan Main Card – Stream / YouTube (Archived) – 12:00am ET / 9:00pm PT     [MUAY THAI]MAX Muay Thai: The Global FightThailand Main Card – YouTube / Facebook – 6:25am ET / 3:25am PT     THURSDAY, JANUARY 24TH […]

23 Jan 19
CowboyPoetry.com

“Reading the News,” by Erwin E. Smith, c. 1908 from The Library of Congress We receive and come across all sorts of interesting information from a wide range of sources. Below, we gather some quick links to news stories, web features, and other items of interest gathered from the web, social media, and from you, […]

23 Jan 19
NIEJUD ABALLE

PRINT MEDIA TIMELINE YEAR EVENT ca. 3100 BCE Cuneiform, one of the earliest known writing systems developed in Sumer (modern day Iraq). Wedge-shaped marks were made on clay tablets by a blunt stylus cut from a reed. ca. 3000 Papyrus plant, paper-like material used as a writing surface in Egypt. Ink from lamp-black made in China. […]

23 Jan 19
Literary Hub

Probably not all offices have regular arguments about which states are the most literary. Or maybe they do. In any case, our office does, and it’s a never-ending discussion, not least because there are a hundred different metrics you could use to determine the “literariness” of a state—which is itself a made-up distinction, of course. […]

23 Jan 19
NealsPaper

Excellence, bred from assurance, has become a constant in Philadelphia theater. Gone, in particular, is the self-consciousness that plagued the early years when Philadelphia morphed from a touring town to one that boasts several dozen homegrown theaters, a cadre of able actors, and the confidence that puts all of the above to good use. Philadelphia […]

23 Jan 19
Daily Republic

Youth volleyball Team Fierce takes third in tourney SAN MATEO — Club Solano Volleyball’s 14-under Team Fierce competed in the California Kickoff Volleyball Tournament at San Mateo Convention Center in San Mateo, Sunday and Monday, and had outstanding weekend playing against the top teams in the state. They started the first day strong, taking first […]

23 Jan 19
Sam Ash Used Gear

2018 Paul reed Smith Mark Holcomb electric guitar in very good condition. Frets have very little wear, action is low and neck plays great. 24 fret, 25.5″ scale length neck with an ultra-fast satin finish on back. Ebony fretboard with a very flat 20″ radius. PRS birds inlay. Mahogany body, maple cap. Seymour Duncan custom-wound Alpha […]