Ricardo Beverly Hills

22 May 19
Bon Bon Lifestyle Webazine

What: Modern and Contemporary ArtWhere: Heritage Auctions; 9478 W Olympic Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA 90212, USAWhen: May 23Top lots of the sale:—Lot no 77094: Ilya Kabakov (b. 1933): ‘Igor Spivak In the Store 1991’, 2003, Oil on canvas on wood, 44 x 139 inches (111.8 x 353.1 cm), Signed, titled, and dated in Cyrillic on […]

20 May 19
Advertising

9 categories of consumer products impacted by new US tariffsTechnology Eye A range of consumer products made in China and sold in the United States are affected by Friday’s new set of tariffs imposed by U.S. President Donald Trump, including in categories such as vacuum cleaners, handbags and lighting fixtures. The biggest sector affected is […]

10 May 19
Lowmiller Consulting Group Blog

(Reuters) – A range of consumer products made in China and sold in the United States are affected by Friday’s new set of tariffs imposed by U.S. President Donald Trump, including in categories such as vacuum cleaners, handbags and lighting fixtures. A Motorola MG7550 Dual-Band AC1900 Router with DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem is seen in […]

27 Apr 19
Live.Eat.Travel.Click

Mexico City is safe, inexpensive, friendly, beautiful, architecturally vibrant and huge. On our first day there we arrived in the afternoon on Friday so we just chilled out in the hotel and then got ready for our lovely dinner at Rosetta. Popular chef-restaurateur Elena Reygadas celebrates artisanal Mexican ingredients in a distinctive dining environment. The […]

25 Apr 19
beyond the green: collective of middlebury voices

By Vee Duong ’19 and Juliana Dunn ’19 This letter (go/signfor13) will be shared with the larger Middlebury Community and emailed to all SGA senators. Sign on to show your support of the thirteen proposals laid out by SGA for community healing. We also encourage student and student leaders to write brief endorsements of these proposals […]

15 Apr 19
Z's Cine-Rants & Cine-Raves

Boyz n the Hood. Erin Brokovich. Iron Man. Three films you wouldn’t normally group together, right? Right. They represent chosen samples of the bodies of work of three high-achieving USC School of Cinematic Arts (SCA) alums, director John Singleton, 1990, co-president of Activision-Blizzard Studios and producer Stacey Sher, 1985, and Marvel Studios president and producer […]

12 Apr 19
Boston Herald
Herald All-Scholastics boys basketball DREAM TEAM JALEN ECHEVARRIA, ST. MARY’S The Catholic Central Large MVP, the 5-foot-8 senior guard averaged more than 21 points per game in leading the Spartans to a 20-3 season. A mainstay of the program since the eighth grade, Echevarria ended his career with more 1,500 points. He also was an All-Scholastic in football, rushing for 1,000 yards in leading his team to the Div. 7 Super Bowl. KURTIS HENDERSON, CATHOLIC MEMORIAL One of the most productive guards in the state, Henderson averaged more than 24 points in guiding the Knights to a 15-7 season. The sophomore was at his best in the postseason, scoring 33 points in an overtime win over Quincy, then tallying 31 in a narrow loss to Brookline. ALONZO LINTON, LYNN ENGLISH The senior small forward averaged 18 points and nine rebounds per game in leading the Bulldogs to their first Div. 1 state title since 1939. An All-Northeastern Conference performer, the 6-foot-5 standout ended his career with 1,378 points. Linton will continue his basketball career at Lee College in Baytown, Texas. LEVAR WILLIAMS, BURKE The sweet-shooting senior guard averaged 28 points a game and made 113 3-pointers for a Bulldogs team that advanced to the Div. 3 South final. A two-time Herald All-Scholastic, the 6-footer ended his career as the school’s all-time leading scorer with 1,604 points. He will play Div. 1 college basketball for New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT). DANNY YARDEMIAN, BELMONT The guiding force behind Belmont’s run to the Div. 2 North title, the 5-foot-10 senior guard poured in more than 24 points and 5.9 assists a game for the Marauders. The Middlesex League MVP, Yardemian leaves Belmont as the school’s all-time leading scorer with 1,401 points as well as the single-game record (46). Yardemian will play basketball at Bentley in the fall. ALL-SCHOLASTICS BRYSON ANDREWS, ABINGTON An instrumental part in Abington’s first-ever run to a state final, the 6-foot-3 senior guard led the way by netting 23.8 points per game. For his efforts, Andrews was named the South Shore League Tobin Player of the Year. A high volume scorer, Andrews finished his career as the program’s all-time leading scorer with 1,359 points. He will attend Bridgton Academy next year. SHAMAR BROWDER, TECHBOSTON The 5-foot-6 junior point guard continued to be a spark on both ends of the floor as TechBoston repeated as Div. 2 state champion. Browder tallied 26 points to go along with three steals, four assists and four rebounds per game. He was named MVP of the Boston City League tournament and scored 30 points in a state semifinal win over Belmont at the Garden, CHRISTOPHER CAMILLE, BROOKLINE An imposing force for a Warriors squad that notched 21 wins, the 6-foot-6 senior forward turned in the best season of his career. Camille poured in 19.3 points while also hauling in 9.1 rebounds per game. A three-time Bay State Conference All-Star, this season Camille was awarded with BSC Carey MVP honors. JAMES CLARKSON, HANOVER The senior point guard did it all for the Indians by tallying 12 points, 10 rebounds and seven assists per game. Clarkson had many memorable moments on the hardwood this season, including notching a triple-double against Rockland. For his efforts, he was named the Patriot League Fisher MVP. Clarkson will continue his basketball career at Roger Williams. KEVIN CONSTANT, CENTRAL CATHOLIC The senior guard and captain led by example for the Raiders as they took home a Merrimack Valley Conference championship along with making a Division 1 North final appearance. Constant averaged 19.6 points and 7.4 rebounds per game and for his efforts, he was named the MVC Large MVP. He is undecided about his future plans. SEQUAN DARE, NEW MISSION The 6-foot-3 senior forward provided a stellar paint presence and tremendous leadership for a young Titans squad that won 21 games and reached the Division 2 South final. Dare turned himself into a double-double machine by netting 18.1 points while grabbing 10.7 rebounds per game along with blocking three shots per contest. For his efforts, he was named a Boston City League All-Star. SHEA DOHERTY, ACTON-BOXBORO The 6-foot-7 forward rose up to new heights during his sophomore season to lead the Colonials to a Div. 1 Central title. Doherty shot 50 percent from the floor while averaging 14.9 points and 5.6 rebounds per game. He also was strong defensively by recording 2.1 blocks per game. Doherty’s stellar play earned him Dual County League Large MVP honors. THOMAS DOOLING, MANSFIELD The floor general for the Hornets, the senior point guard averaged 13 points per game in leading his team to another Hockomock League title and berth in the Div. 1 South final. Dooling was part of a Mansfield team that captured the school’s first-ever basketball title last year. He will continue his basketball career at Wentworth. CHRIS EDGEHILL, FRANKLIN It was another memorable season for the junior point guard as he led the way for the Panthers. Edgehill was named a Hockomock League All-Star by scoring 17.5 points, grabbing 6.5 rebounds and dishing out five assists per game. He also reached the 1,000-point milestone this season and is a repeat All-Scholastic. DEVIN FOSTER, CANTON The senior guard and two-time captain capped his illustrious career in style. Foster averaged 21.5 points, 8.5 rebounds and three assists per game to earn Hockomock League Davenport MVP honors. A three-time Hockomock League All-Star, Foster is the program’s all-time leading scorer with 1,306 points. Foster is an honor roll student and the student body school committee representative. JARNEL GUZMAN, LYNN ENGLISH The 5-foot-8 junior point guard made quite the impact in his first season with the Bulldogs after transferring from St. John’s Prep. He was an integral part in Lynn English winning a Division 1 state title as he netted 22.3 points per game. For his efforts, Guzman was named the MVP of the Northeastern Conference. DEVANTE JAMISON, BURKE The 5-foot-7 senior point guard was a vital contributor for the Bulldogs on their run to another Division 2 South final. Jamison netted 17.7 points, 8.1 assists and 6.2 steals per game en route to being named a Boston City League All-Star. He helped Burke capture a Div. 2 South title in 2018 and finished his career with 1,003 points. Jamison will continue his basketball career at St. Thomas Aquinas. JOHN LOWTHER, HINGHAM A walking double-double, the 6-foot-5 power forward turned in a sensational final season for the Harbormen, averaging more than 20 points and 10 rebounds per game. Lowther’s dynamic scoring ability and rebounding prowess earned him Patriot League Keenan MVP honors. The WPI-bound Lowther tied the single-game program scoring mark by netting 36 points against Whitman-Hanson. JAKE McELROY, NORTH ANDOVER The senior guard made the transition from the gridiron, where he led the Scarlet Knights to a Division 2 state title, to the hardwood look easy. McElroy tallied 17.4 points and 3.5 assists per game to be named to the Merrimack Valley Conference All-Conference team. He finished as the second leading scorer in program history with 1,171 points. The three-sport standout is undecided about his future plans. CASEY McLAREN, NEWBURYPORT A dynamic all-around threat, the 6-foot-6 senior continually delivered for the Cape Ann League champion Clippers. The Cape Ann League MVP earned that award by averaging 18.4 points, 8.5 rebounds, 3 assists and 1.8 blocks per game. McLaren finished with a school record in points (1,340) and made 3-pointers (183). Also a standout baseball player, McLaren will attend Tufts. DAMIEN PERRY, BISHOP STANG The senior guard was a handful for opponents to try to contain as he led the Spartans to a Div. 3 South title and a state final appearance. Perry earned Eastern Athletic Conference All-Star honors by scoring 23 points along with grabbing eight rebounds and dishing out six assists per game. He finished as the program’s all-time leading scorer with 1,856 points. JACK POIRIER, SCITUATE For the third straight season, the 6-foot-1 junior guard led the Sailors in scoring by netting 21.2 points per game. He also led the team with 6.2 rebounds per game and was named a Patriot League All-Star. Poirier hit major milestones this season as he notched his 1,000th point and hit a school-record 11 3-pointers in a game. He plays AAU basketball for the Middlesex Magic and plans to play basketball in college. ANGEL PRICE ESPADA, POPE JOHN A high-volume scorer, the 5-foot-8 senior guard averaged 22.1 points, six assists, five steals and four rebounds in leading the Tigers to their second consecutive Div. 4 North title. As a junior, Price Espada broke a record by scoring 49 points in a state final win over Maynard. For his career, Price Espada finished with 1,686 points and was 53-18 in his three years at the school. NATE SIOW, LOWELL A three-year varsity player, the junior guard was essential to the Red Raiders amassing 22 wins this season. Siow averaged 12 points, 6.5 assists and four steals per game to earn a spot on the Merrimack Valley Conference All-Conference team. Siow also earned MVP honors at the Greater Lowell Holiday Tournament. RIVALDO SOARES, O’BRYANT The 6-foot-6 senior capped off his illustrious career with another sensational season. A dynamic scorer, Soares poured in 25 points per game as the four-time Boston City League All-Star was named the BCL Player of the Year for the second time in his career. A three-time Herald All-Scholastic, Soares finished his career with 1,732 points. KHAI GLENVILLE SMITH, CAMBRIDGE Recording a double-double was a near certainty for the polished 6-foot-7 junior center. Smith notched 22 double-doubles in 24 games as he averaged 19.5 points and 15.8 rebounds per game. The Dual County League MVP in 2018, he was named a DCL All-Star this season. The repeat Herald All-Scholastic hopes to play Division 1 basketball and is an honors student. BRETT STARK, DOVER-SHERBORN The 6-foot-4 small forward played a pivotal role in helping the Raiders capture a Division 3 state title for the first time since 1981. Stark averaged 18 points and eight rebounds per game. For the second straight season he was named Tri-Valley League MVP. An honor roll student, Stark will continue his basketball career at Oberlin College. ISAIAH TAYLOR, LOWELL CATHOLIC Filling up the stat sheet and getting wins for the Crusaders is what the 5-foot-10 sophomore guard did best. The Catholic Central League Small MVP netted 17.4 points per game while also averaging 7.1 rebounds, 6.8 assists and 5.6 steals. Taylor had memorable moments of recording one quadruple-double and seven triple-doubles this season. He also run cross country and is an high honors student. BOYS BASKETBALL ALL-STARS ATLANTIC COAST LEAGUE |FIRST TEAM: Jaquan Phillips (Dennis-Yarmouth); Duke Melton, Kyle Cardoza (Falmouth); Mike Walsh, Trey O’Connor, Sam Wheeler (Marshfield); Bobby Joy, Spencer Jones (Nauset); Chris Cronin (Sandwich) SECOND TEAM: Cam Taubert (Dennis-Yarmouth); Camden Dunbury (Falmouth); Hugh Hamill (Marshfield); Eric Conrad, Connor Campbell (Sandwich); BAY STATE CONFERENCE Amari Howell (Braintree); Chris Camille, Matt Price (Brookline); Matt Fonseca, Victor Carrillo (Framingham); Earl Tucker (Milton); Alex Cohen (Natick); Will Dorion, Matthew Smith (Needham); Ezra Pemstein, Tommy Andreae, Kyle Ray-Canada (Newton North); Matt Falvey (Walpole); Alex Stoddard, Tony Lumley (Wellesley) MVPs: Chris Camille, Will Dorion BIG THREE Nilin Nehra (Durfee); Carlos Lugo, Dijuan Chumack (New Bedford); Segun Okunlola, Zenden Correia, Todd Robinson (Brockton) BOSTON CITY LEAGUE |Mason Lawson, Tianu Santos, Nimo Stuppard (Latin Academy); Jaden Collins, Anthony McGee-Bailey, Donte White-Barboza (Boston United); Eric Nesmith, Ricardo Timothee, Jaiyer Pierce Traylor (Brighton); Devante Jamison, Levar Williams (Burke); D’Andre Payton-Morales, Mhesaih Thompson, Eldon Terry (CASH); Netera Mitchell, Isaac Price, John White (Charlestown); Roni Andujar, Maicor Brito, Maikel Pujols (East Boston); Mekhi Dedrick, Keeshawn Redden-Lee (Boston English); Damyan Alvarez, Jalen Bing-Wallace, Carlos Vasquez (Excel); Keyon Jackson, Melvin Cuevas Jeudy, Octavius Nunes (Fenway); Jose Flores (Madison Park); Sequan Dare, Tyrese Marshall, Juan Salas (New Mission); Tim Lambright, Manny Mendes, Rivaldo Soares (O’Bryant); Javy Ellis, Tai Jones (Snowden); Lyron Bennett, Shamar Browder, Allan Nunez (TechBoston) CAPE & ISLANDS Torane Burton, Victor Gamberoni, Devonte Usher, Luke Brucher (Nantucket); Isaiah Stafford, Jaime Routhier, Christopher Hall, Jason Reddy (Cape Cod Academy); Jaeden Greenleaf, Alex Marchant, Andrew James (Cape Cod Academy); Jared Regan, Sam Wallace, Dylan Dyke (Martha’s Vineyard); Bryson Uhlman, Hayden Gillooly (Sturgis East); Mike Satkevich, Kevin Flynn (St. John Paul); Jack Desrosier (Cape Cod Tech); Johnny Dankert (Sturgis West) MVP: Dylan Dyke CAPE ANN LEAGUE KINNEY FIRST TEAM: Jack Ford (Lynnfield); Casey McLaren, Parker McLaren (Newburyport); Spencer Pac, Jake Etter (Pentucket); Max Mackenzie (Triton) MVP: Casey McLaren BAKER FIRST TEAM: Hunter Lane (Georgetown); Bill Whelan, Markus Nordin (Hamilton-Wenham); Jason Finkst (Ipswich); Kellen Furse (Manchester-Essex); Gavyn Hiller (Rockport) MVP: Bill Whelan CATHOLIC CENTRAL LARGE Sebastian Joseph, Kyle Rowell, Colton Casper (Archbishop Williams); Jack Connaughton, Joe Greenwood, Cam Gerber (Arlington Catholic); Nicholas Pignone, Jaysean Stuart, Jason Romans (Bishop Fenwick); Craig Faria, Dakari Weston (Cardinal Spellman); Stanley Pierre Louis, Caley Moon (Cathedral); Jalen Echevarria, Ademide Badmus, Joey Abate-Walsh, Chibuikem Onwuogu, Josh Perez (St. Mary’s) MVP: Jalen Echevarria CATHOLIC CENTRAL SMALL Darius Peterson (St. Joseph’s); Angel Price Espada, Mekhi Collins, Conor Kelly (Pope John); Gerry Carusso Colin Jaena, Josh Azor (Austin Prep); Ariel Laracuenta, Zahaq Garrison, Ray Bosquest (Cristo Ray); Isaiah Taylor, Keenan Rudy-Phol, Caleb Scott, Jaceb McKenzie (Lowell Catholic); Derek Gavin (Matignon) MVP: Isaiah Taylor CATHOLIC CONFEFENCE Kendrick Jean-Francois, Cristian Rios, Tony Felder Jr. (Malden Catholic); Kurtis Henderson, Spencer Aronson, Brendan Ryan (Catholic Memorial); Noah Rothhaar, Kevin Keenan (BC High); Will Batchelder, Aidan Callahan (St. John’s Prep); Patrick Mogan, Marckenley Lima, Ty Murphy (Xaverian) MVP: Ozzy Trapilo COMMONWEALTH ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Paul Choate, Luis Mota, Luis Huertas (Greater Lowell); Ben Soto, Joshua Briceus, Alfie Tsang (Mystic Valley); Zach Mickie, Casey DeCost, Jared Rizzo (Shawsheen); Cor’Jon Moore-Perkins, Werner Deleon (Chelsea); Jeremiah Mejia, Isaiah Ray (Greater Lawrence); Andrew Fournier (Essex Tech); Patrick Michel, Rodney Methelus (Northeast); Kevin Schrow, Alphonso Johnson, Manny Arias (Whittier); Rob Wallace, Amari Gaston, Qasim Abellard (Lynn Tech); Ethan Moore, Ngor Manyang, Danny Johansen, Keitho Alcy (Minuteman); Wallace Reed, J’ddon Vincent, Winfred Sanchez (KIPP); Nate Psilopoulos (Nashoba Tech); Kerwin Lebron, Brady Quinn (PMA) LARGE MVPs: Paul Choate, Zach Mickie, Ben Soto SMALL MVP: Wallace Reed DUAL COUNTY LEAGUE LARGE: Stanley Bernard, Lukas DeSchepper, Shea Doherty, Austin Zhou (Acton-Boxboro); Khai Smith, God West,vLeon Williams (Cambridge); Milind Lele, Kahmari Williams (Lincoln-Sudbury); Max Aicardi, Chris Mentz (Newton South); Ben Lawrence (Westford Academy) MVP: Shea Doherty SMALL: Panayiotis Kapanides (Bedford); Ryan Power, Tyrone Monosiet, Evan Clark (Waltham); Erik Mitchell (Concord-Carlisle); Junior Uga, Brian Hall (Weston); Jayden Brewington, Jabari Nurse (Wayland); Daryl Veale, Oliver Culliton, Tommy DeVito, Miles Mahoney, Ryan Donahue (Boston Latin) MVP: Daryl Veale, Oliver Culliton EASTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Yden Boucicaut, Tedy Bruschi (Bishop Feehan); Demetri Barbosa, Brian Taylor (Coyle-Cassidy); Damien Perry, Justin Lopes, Declan Markey (Bishop Stang) HOCKOMOCK LEAGUE Bryant Ciccio, Qualeem Charles, Mason Houle (Attleboro); Devin Foster (Canton); Kevin Gallagher, Brandon Borde (Foxboro); Chris Edgehill, Jalen Samuels (Franklin); Bruce Saintilus (King Philip); Thomas Dooling, Sam Stevens, Matthew Boen (Mansfield); Brendan White (Milford); Ehtan Eckstrom (Oliver Ames); Obinna Ugwuakazi (Stoughton); Dante Law, John Martins (Taunton) MVP: Devin Foster MAYFLOWER ATHLETIC CONFERENCE LARGE: Mike Jean Louis, Jessie Postell, Isaiah Lumu (Blue Hills); Mason Gomes, Lyndon Carreiro (Diman); Gouabi Pries, Jason Mosley (Southeastern); Dylan Roza (Bristol-Plymouth); Jordan Pina (Tri-County) MVP: Mike Jean Louis SMALL: Kyle Shiner, Jimmy Dixon, Kyle Schlieff (South Shore); Jake Jason, Zach Soucy (Old Colony); Wally Alden, Dez Nascimento (Upper Cape); Noah Murray (Bristol Aggie); Justin Miller (Norfolk Aggie) MVP: Jake Jason COMPREHENSIVE: Cooper Creek, Zach Mullins, John Rego (Bishop Connolly); Jeremiah King, Marcken Legentus (Holbrook); Jonathan Whitham, Stephen Gabriel (West Bridgewater); Roberto Ferreira (Westport); Isaiah Hill (Avon); Mike Hurm (Sacred Heart) MVP: Cooper Creek MERRIMACK VALLEY CONFERENCE ALL-CONFERENCE: Kyle Rocker (Andover); Ryan Murphy (Billerica); Kevin Constant, George Smith (Central Catholic); Graham Jefferies (Chelmsford); Jaden Castillo, Brian Martir (Lawrence); Natie Siow, Carlos Nunez, Deven Okowuga (Lowell); Jake McElroy, Darren Watson (North Andover) DIVISION 1 MVP: Kevin Constant DIVISION 2 MVP: Ryan Murphy MIDDLESEX LEAGUE LIBERTY: Danny Yardemian, Tim Minicozzi, Mac Annus (Belmont); Jazin Ayala, Will Amsler, Kase Cronin (Lexington); Brendan McNamara, James Gascoigne (Arlington); Matt Sanella (Reading); Joe McCarron, Michael Tavilla (Winchester) MVP: Danny Yardemian FREEDOM: Billy O’Keefe, Ryan Marcus, Aiden Cusack (Wakefield); Al Wong (Burlington); Lukka Vlajkovich, Holden Symonds (Melrose); Henry Papadopoulos, Gabe Spinelli (Watertown); Stephen Anthony (Wilmington) MVP: Billy O’Keefe NORTHEASTERN CONFERENCE NORTH ALL-CONFERENCE: Dyrell Rucker (Lynn Classical); Jarnel Guzman, Alonzo Linton (Lynn English); Omar Quiltor (Everett); Jack Crowley, Duncan Moreland (Beverly) NORTH MVP: Jarnel Guzman SOUTH ALL-CONFERENCE: Marcus Montagnino (Gloucester); Isaiah Williamson (Salem); Kester Dorestant (Medford); Christian Correia (Saugus); Marcos Montiel (Somerville); Jackson Byrne (Swampscott); Justin DiTomaso (Danvers) SOUTH MVP: Marcus Montagnino, Isaiah Williamson OLD COLONY LEAGUE Alex Woolery, Joe Yalmokas (Barnstable); Conor Rubenskas, Jack Armstrong, Jadyn Rosario, Ryan Rubenskas (Bridgewater-Raynham); Eric Viera, Tajuan Estrella (Dartmouth) PATRIOT LEAGUE KEENAN: John Lowther, Jack Johnson, John Gates (Hingham); Josh Gilbert, Dan Duggan, Josh Murphy (Silver Lake); Stephen Kelly, Cole Levangie, Ben Rice (Whitman-Hanson); Jayquan Leonard (Plymouth North); Quinn Murphy, Stephen Fabrizio (Duxbury) MVP: John Lowther FISHER: James Clarkson, Patrick Damon, Steven Simon, Michael Simon (Hanover); Jack Poirier, Aidan Sullivan, Nate Lopes (Scituate); Will Zarges, Brendan Keaveny, Nick Cedrone (Quincy); Jomone Bing (North Quincy); Nate Kavka (Pembroke) MVP: James Clarkson SOUTH COAST CONFERENCE Taylor Carlson, Destine Haywood-Gomes (Wareham); Clay Meunier, Tim Johnson (Apponequet); James Cahoon (Bourne); Shane Mello (Dighton-Rehoboth); Josh Nobreiga (Fairhaven); Brennen Rosa (GNB Voke); Logan Sherratt, Jordan Rodrigues (Case); Nick Johnson, Cole McIntyre (Old Rochester); Elijah Leonard (Seekonk); Liam McDonald (Somerset Berkley) MVP: Taylor Carlson SOUTH SHORE LEAGUE SULLIVAN: Jake Graham (East Bridgewater); Nick Fantom, Sean Coffee, Matt Malone (Norwell); Zach Silvia (Middleboro); Donnie Smith, Chibita Inhuwo, Derrick Revolus, Jamarii Robinson (Randolph); Tyrae Worrell, Dante Vasquez (Rockland) MVP: Nick Fantom TOBIN: Bryson Andrews, Matt Maguire (Abington); Matt Crump, Owen Kibbe (Carver); Mark Mahoney, Liam Cunnie, Jimmy Grech (Cohasset); Trevor MacDonald (Hull); Devaun Ford (Mashpee) MVP: Bryson Andrews TRI-VALLEY LEAGUE Kevin Russell (Ashland); Corey Chaippone, Tate Pike (Bellingham); Mike Mansour (Dedham); John Muckstadt, Brett Stark (Dover-Sherborn); Topher Ryan (Holliston); Steven Maffiore (Hopkinton); Christian Higgins (Medfield); Ryan Johnson, Drew Plunkett (Medway); Griffin McAlear, Sean McNichols (Norton); Ben Tomasello (Norwood); James McGowan, Pat Reilly, Favor Wariboko (Westwood) LARGE SCHOOL MVP: Pat Reilly SMALL SCHOOL MVP: Drew Plunkett
06 Apr 19
Edmonton Journal

The last time Alberta went to the polls for a provincial election in 2015, voters sent so many new MLAs to the legislature that one of the biggest questions the next morning was: “Who the heck is that?”  That electoral Class of 2015 threw dozens of MLAs with no political experience into the legislature, many […]

04 Apr 19
LaLaScoop

Sunsets and movies. It’s what Los Angeles does best. But for years, movie watchers were condemned to darkened rooms lit only by the screen and a few obnoxious cell phones. It wasn’t always so. There was a time when people watched films from their cars, enjoying to some extent being out of doors on warm […]

01 Apr 19
Waldina

Today is the 87th birthday of the triple-threat powerhouse Debbie Reynolds. Longevity. Reinvention. Stamina. She had it all. The world is a better place because she was in it and still feels the loss that she has left. NAME: Debbie Reynolds OCCUPATION: Singer, Theater Actress, Film Actress, Television Actress BIRTH DATE: April 1, 1932 DEATH […]

29 Mar 19
Perfect Strangers Reviewed

27 Bronson Pinchot roles, reviewed

22 Mar 19
WWD

Hollywood hero Tom Ford’s new chairmanship at the CFDA, Rodarte’s recent flower-filled L.A. runway spectacular, and the flagging momentum of New York Fashion Week have some industry insiders looking to L.A. for the future.

16 Mar 19
Getting 2 Know You - China

PERSONAL NOTE: Image you paid someone lots of money and he helped you to get your sons and daughters into some prestigious schools in USA, and then betrayed you by exposing you to the government authorities! And this is the story of deception and betrayal by someone you trusted and you paid him lots of […]