Late Rally Propels Morehead State Past Aces

first_imgLate rally Propels Morehead State past Aces                                     Noe (17 points), Scott (16), and Dossett (15) all finish in double figures for EvansvilleEVANSVILLE, Ind. – Back inside Meeks Family Fieldhouse for the first time in nearly three weeks, the University of Evansville women’s basketball team ran out to an early lead before Morehead State pulled away in the final minutes in an 82-75 loss for the Aces on Sunday afternoon.“We shot the ball really well, we’re at home, and we got out to a really big lead and you can’t lose that opportunity to win,” said Aces head coach Matt Ruffing. “I felt like we got a little complacent and just kind of forgot what we did to get to the point that we did when we were leading 35-15 in the second quarter. That’s on us and we’ll make sure we take care of that.”Graduate guard Hannah Noe led the Aces in scoring for the fourth time this season, recording 17 points, while junior center Kelsi Scott and senior guard Brooke Dossett both chipped-in double-digit scoring performances with 16 and 15 points, respectively. Morehead State was led by Darianne Seward who scored 31 points and Miranda Crockett who added 25.Box Score (PDF)Evansville opened the game on a tear, as the Aces shot 63.6% from the field in the first quarter including going a perfect 8-8 from the charity stripe. In the closing seconds of the quarter, Scott posted up and backed down her defender and scored off the glass to push the Aces’ lead to its largest point in the opening frame at 24-12.In the second quarter, the Aces utilized the momentum they had built in the first ten minutes. Evansville kept its foot on the accelerator, increasing its advantage all the way to 20 at 35-15 on a jumper by sophomore guard Macie Lively with 7:17 left in the quarter. Following the Aces pushing their lead to its largest point of the game, the Eagles responded with a 19-3 run to close the period, trimming the Aces’ lead to just 38-34 at the half.On two occasions in the third quarter, Evansville pushed its lead back to 11, but Morehead State once again provided resistance. With the Aces up 55-44 with 5:31 on the clock in the third, the Eagles manufactured another run, this time a 14-4 spree that cut Evansville’s advantage to 59-58 heading into the fourth quarter.The previous 30 minutes of action featured just one tie, but the final 10 minutes included five ties as each side struggled to take control of the contest. The turning point occurred with under 30 seconds to play when the Eagles went to the line and knocked-down seven of eight attempts at the free throw line to give Morehead State an 82-75 win.Evansville shot a season-best 56.5% (26-46), while holding Morehead State to just 39.7% (27-68) shooting from the field, but the Eagles forced 29 turnovers by the Aces while committing just 17 of their own.FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more

Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience Announces 2018 World Tour Dates

first_imgThe critically acclaimed Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience featuring Ramin Djawadi will bring the world of Westeros to arenas across Europe starting in May of 2018. Additionally, due to popular demand, a second North American leg of the tour has been added for the Fall of 2018, giving fans the opportunity to watch in wonder as famed composer Ramin Djawadi leads an orchestra and choir performing music from all seven seasons of the iconic Emmy Award-winning HBO series. The new dates for the Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience Featuring Ramin Djawadi will include new music and footage from Season 7, as well a new custom stage design and mesmerizing visuals courtesy of state of the art video technology.“Bringing the Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience to audiences earlier this year was a dream come true, dating back to an idea hatched over three years ago,” said Djawadi. “The scale and spectacle of the production brought the world of Westeros to life in a truly immersive fashion, and I’m thrilled to have the opportunity to share the experience with fans not only in North America again, but also to cross the narrow sea for the first time and bring the show to Europe.”As rich as the stories, intrigue and world of Game of Thrones, Ramin’s celebrated music for the show has resonated with fans from the very beginning, as the meticulously constructed songs underscored the emotional weight of key moments between beloved characters, lent scale to massive battle sequences and brought to life songs referenced in George R.R. Martin’s books. Ramin’s relentlessly popular title track alone has become an instantly recognizable pop culture phenomenon in its own right.“Building upon the incredible response we received from the first tour earlier this year, Game of Thrones fans are in for a treat when the updated version of the Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience makes its debut in Europe and then returns to North America next year,” said Jeff Peters, Vice President of Licensing and Retail at HBO. “The Game of Thrones fan base reaches all corners of the globe, so we are excited a wider international audience will now be able to experience Ramin’s extraordinary talent.”Watch Game Of Thrones Cast Members Cover Tom Waits On Set As ‘The Brotherhood Without Banjos’As Game of Thrones executive producers David Benioff and D.B. Weiss in a statement ahead of the initial Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience tour last year, “For seven years, Ramin has been blowing our mind with his music’s force, subtlety, and endless inventiveness. The GoT Concert Experience will be unique in the history of concert tours, an eye-popping, ear-splitting, phantasmagoric blend of the show’s visuals and Ramin’s powerful compositions. We are more excited for it than anyone.”The tour, produced and promoted exclusively by Live Nation in partnership with HBO Global Licensing, will continue to use innovative music tour production and video technology that will recreate the various realms found throughout Westeros and Essos as well as showcase footage from the show in addition to new imagery created exclusively for the upcoming 45 tour dates. Beginning its journey on May 8th in Madrid, the tour will visit 20 European cities throughout May and June. The North American leg will kick off 25 tour dates on September 5th in Vancouver and conclude on October 14th in Toronto.Tickets for all dates go on sale starting this Friday, September 29th at 10:00 AM local time. A special HBO pre-sale launches today at 10:00 AM PST and goes through Thursday, September 28th at 10:00 PM local time.“Game Of Thrones” Orchestra With System Of A Down’s Serj Tankian Is A Perfectly Ominous ComboRamin Djawadi’s previous credits include the Grammy-nominated score for Marvel’s 2008 blockbuster, Iron Man. Other film credits include Pacific Rim, Clash Of The Titans and Warcraft.  In addition to Game Of Thrones, Ramin also garnered Emmy Award nominations for other television projects including the hit HBO series Westworld, Flash Forward (ABC) and Prison Break (FOX). Among Ramin’s upcoming projects is the highly anticipated new film The Mountain Between Us, due for release in October.See below for a full list of 2018 Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience tour dates.Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience World Tour Dates:Europe Dates:5/8 – Madrid, Spain – WiZink Center5/10 – Barcelona, Spain – Palau Sant Jordi5/12 – Paris, France – AccorHotel Arena5/14 – Berlin, Germany – Mercedes-Benz Arena5/15 – Lodz, Poland – Atlas Arena5/16 – Prague, Czech Republic – O2 Arena5/18 – Budapest, Hungry – Budapest Arena5/19 – Vienna, Austria – Wiener Stadthalle5/21 – Amsterdam, Netherlands – Ziggo Dome5/22 – Antwerp, Belgium – Antwerps Sportpaleis5/24 – Dublin, Ireland – 3Arena5/25 – Belfast, Northern Ireland – The SSE Arena5/27 – London, UK – Wembley Arena5/29 – Hamburg, Germany – Barclaycard Arena5/31 – Stockholm, Sweden – Ericsson Globe6/1 – Copenhagen, Denmark – Royal Arena6/4 – Munich, Germany – Olympiahalle6/5 – Zurich, Switzerland – Hallenstadion6/7 – Frankfurt, Germany – Festhalle Frankfurt6/8 – Cologne, Germany – Lanxess ArenaNorth American Dates:9/5 – Vancouver, BC – Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena9/6 – Seattle, WA – KeyArena9/8 – San Jose, CA – SAP Center9/9- Los Angeles, CA – The Forum9/11 – San Diego, CA – Viejas Arena9/12 – Phoenix, AZ – Gila River Arena9/14 – Denver, CO – Pepsi Center9/16 – Dallas, TX – American Airlines Center9/17 – Houston, TX – Toyota Center9/18 – Austin, TX – Frank Erwin Center9/21 – Tampa, FL – Amalie Arena9/22 – Ft. Lauderdale, FL – BB&T Center9/25  – Washington, DC – Capital One Arena9/26 – Newark, NJ – Prudential Center9/28 – Uncasville, CT – Mohegan Sun Arena9/29 – Boston, MA – DCU Center9/30 – University Park, PA – Bryce Jordan Center10/2 – Philadelphia, PA – Wells Fargo Center10/3 – New York, NY – Madison Square Garden10/5 – St. Louis, MO – Scottrade Center10/6 – Chicago, IL – AllState Arena10/9 – Detroit, MI – Little Caesars Arena10/10 – Columbus, OH – Schottenstein Center10/12 – Montreal, QC – Bell Centre10/14 – Toronto, ON – Air Canada Centrelast_img read more

Fresh angle on Parents Weekend

first_img Freshmen arrive on campus, start settling in to college, and new lives Until this past Friday, I reveled in the independence of sophomore year at Harvard. After a poignant family farewell on move-in day, I’d operated under the assumption that I was immune to the common first-year pitfall of homesickness.Then came Freshman Parents Weekend — the special Friday in October when parents of Harvard’s freshman class descend on campus, wearing the requisite crimson and beaming smiles. As I crossed the Yard, it felt as though every member of the Class of 2019 had four parents each, leaving nary a pathway on which to get back to my room. First, you move in Related Returning to my House, I reflected on how my life had changed in the 12 months since my own Freshman Parents Weekend. While this year I did not have to clean my room — or clear my schedule — I was saddened that I was not going to hear my father’s unending complaints about his Fantasy Football team or see my mom organize my room.The silence was deafening as I watched from my window, looking down into the distance as proud parents accompanied by their Harvard progeny. This year, I went to Freshman Parents Weekend as a correspondent rather than a student. Little did I know that viewing these events through objective eyes would help me better understand how each person fits together as pieces of an exquisite puzzle, creating a remarkable picture of community — Harvard’s Class of 2019.“He’s gotten to appreciate us more. And we’ve gotten to appreciate him,” said Hector Nava (right) of his son Nick, a member of Harvard’s Class of 2019. Rounding out the family portrait was Nick’s mother Grita Nava. Photo by Matthew DeShawObserving freshmen and their families at Friday’s event, “Words of Wisdom for Harvard Parents,” showed me power of the Harvard experience on students and parents alike. The Gray family stood out from the crowd. They were attending Freshman Parents Weekend as well as the Crimson football game, in which their son, Tyler, would be taking the field for Harvard. His mother, Toyya Brawley Gray, shared how being a student athlete at Harvard has influenced her son in a few short months, noting his growth not only as a football player but as a student and role model.“He has become an even better time manager. He is adjusting to being here and having a bigger workload,” she said, noting that the transformation was not limited to Cambridge but was felt at home in South Carolina. “We miss him a lot. We’re used to having him here for his younger brothers.”Cooper Bryan (far right) of Ethiopia was accompanied by his grandparents, Connie and Pat Bryan, from Oklahoma. Photo by Matthew DeShawTalking with the students and families also opened a window into the daily life of a Harvard freshman, which brought back memories of my own first year. Nick Nava’s family from Miami were enamored with the beauty of the fall foliage, with one family member noting: “I like seeing the leaves change, because I’m used to seeing green where I’m from!”While New Englanders take autumn splendor for granted, the Navas included a new climate as part of their Harvard experience. Nick shared one of his late-night culinary preferences: Filipe’s. A 2 a.m. burrito at Felipe’s is a Harvard rite of passage, and already an integral part of this freshman’s experience.When asked how Harvard has impacted the family, Nick’s father, Hector, said, “He’s gotten to appreciate us more. And we’ve gotten to appreciate him.”Another theme that emerged was culture shock. Perhaps one of the most interesting examples was that of freshman Cooper Bryan from Ethiopia. Accompanied by his grandparents, Connie and Pat from Oklahoma, Cooper discussed his transition. “The adjustment has been good. I am loving everything except the weather. The people here are the best thing about it.”Even with the extreme cultural adaption, Connie Bryan reflected, “He seems to be the same old Cooper that we know.”Indeed, Parents Weekend is a time for students to take time to re-bond with their families and share a slice of their College life. The weekend reinforced my respect for how Harvard affects people. Almost universally, the families noted how their children have matured since arriving at Harvard in late August, and looked forward to seeing this growth continue. As an objective attendee, I could clearly see the diversity in this freshman class. The exquisite variety in talent, personal viewpoint, academic passion, and extracurricular interest fit together perfectly to create the dynamic group of freshmen interviewed.I concluded the weekend with a greater respect for the members of my campus community as well as for the transformative power of Harvard, and grateful for the privilege of witnessing it firsthand.Matthew DeShaw ’18 writes an occasional column about Harvard College experiences.last_img read more

SE showCAES

first_img“We have someone from the financial aid office who gives a presentation,” Coursey said. “A lot of parents and students have questions about that, so it’s really helpful for prospective students to get some insight into making their college decisions.”High school students and college students looking to transfer to UGA are the event’s focus. Coursey said there will be breakout sessions for both. Faculty and staff from all departments of CAES will have information booths set up to provide students with information specific to each department. Current students will also be in attendance to provide their perspective to prospective students and parents. The event is free, but there will be a meal served, so participants are asked to preregister at https://ugeorgia.qualtrics.com. For more information, contact Coursey at (229) 386-3077 or at [email protected](Kyle Dawson is an intern at the UGA Tifton Campus.) Recruitment for the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences is the focus of the Southeast (SE) showCAES event on Tuesday, Oct. 4, at the Bulloch Center for Agriculture in Statesboro, Georgia. The event will kick off at 5:30 p.m.Breanna Coursey, admissions counselor at the UGA Tifton Campus, endorses showCAES as a great way for prospective students and parents to learn about admission to UGA, and more specifically, the UGA College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.“The goal of this event is to allow students to learn more about the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences and the University of Georgia. CAES has 22 different undergraduate majors,” Coursey said. “We will also have a presentation from UGA admissions, so if students are interested in UGA as a whole and in learning more about the admission process, then they can come and ask questions.”Coursey said that SE showCAES allows students closer to Tifton, Georgia, the chance to explore UGA Tifton as an option. “If students who live in the eastern part of the state are interested in UGA Tifton, this event is beneficial for them because they do not have to drive very far,” Coursey said. “Also, students in the southeast part of the state may have never heard of UGA Tifton, and this event will allow them to see what we have to offer as well.”Coursey said many students don’t know that they can attend UGA Tifton and receive the same degree a student might receive on the UGA Athens Campus. Many more students don’t know all that UGA Tifton has to offer. Events like SE showCAES can shed light on educational opportunities.“It’s kind of like a career fair because a lot of students don’t realize the opportunities that are available at the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences,” Coursey said. “SE showCAES is designed for students to explore opportunities and learn more about the University of Georgia. Many students have a narrow perception of agriculture and believe that, unless they are interested in farming, agriculture is not a viable option. Agriculture is the largest industry in the state and our college encompasses everything from business to medicine. If a student is interested in job security, CAES would be a great fit.” Parents of students are also encouraged to come. There will be parts of the event geared specifically toward parents, including discussion on financial aid.last_img read more

Trail Mix: Maya De Vitry – Song Premiere

first_imgAcoustic trio The Stray Birds have long been a favorite of mine.I first heard of the band on my one visit to IBMA, in 2013, and the band turned up on Trail Mix that same year for the first time. It was with sadness that I heard of the band’s dissolution some months ago, as their harmonies, songwriting, and instrumental prowess always impressed me.My sadness didn’t last long, however, as I discovered that Maya De Vitry – guitarist and singer of The Stray Birds – was dropping her debut solo record this month.De Vitry holed up in her grandparents’ Pennsylvania cabin and began writing the songs that would eventually become part of her new record, Adaptations, in 2016. There isn’t a more appropriate title for such a release, as – for any musician – shedding a band and embarking on a solo journey is an adaptation of the highest order.Adaptations is a collection of remarkable tunes, recorded with a stellar ensemble of musicians, draw on love, freedom, and introspection and prove remarkably that De Vitry will be just fine on her new solo adventure.This week, the Trail Mix is excited to bring you the world premiere of “Anyone At All,” which I was lucky enough to chat with De Vitry about recently, along with her plans for 2019 and the joy of songwriting in the solitude of her grandparents’ cabin.BRO – The title of the new record is telling. How are you adapting now as you venture out as a solo artist?MDV – Lots of adapting going on internally. I’m learning to protect my own energy as a resource – taking care of my body and mind, and I’m staying off the road for the time being, which has meant working part-time as a barista. And I’m learning to face self-doubt head-on in many ways.BRO – Best part about writing at your grandparents’ cabin?MDV – I really hadn’t been alone very much in my life. It was disorienting and jarring at first. It took me about a day to feel comfortable making whatever noise I wanted, as if someone could still hear me, and then I just ended up talking to myself, or even shouting, and eventually singing whatever I felt like singing. The best part was the overwhelming feeling that I was encountering something new, as if I could actually sense the wind that was lifting and turning a page for me, creatively.BRO – How did you go about surrounding yourself with such great musicians for these recording sessions?MDV – Dan Knobler, who produced and engineered the record, and Anthony da Costa, who played guitar and sang harmonies, were true advocates for my music from the very beginning. Dan really guided the process of who to involve in the studio. I really trust Dan’s instincts. Dan got his friend Jason Burger on board to play drums. I met Jason for the first time when I walked into the studio for our first day of tracking, and I instantly felt at peace in his presence. I’d known Sam Grisman for many years through the acoustic music scene, and Dan was really confident that Sam would have a great approach and feel on the bass for these songs. Dan also called on his friend Russell Durham to arrange strings and woodwinds on a few songs, which led to another layer of musicians beyond the live studio band. Some of the other musicians on the record were already dear friends, like Lindsay Lou and Courtney Hartman, but plenty were strangers at the time.BRO – We are premiering “Anyone At All” on this week’s blog post. What’s the story behind the song?MDV – Especially during life transitions – between places, jobs, relationships – it can feel like we are on display, and I wanted to affirm the freedom to have nothing to show for yourself. For me, it took actually stepping physically out of sight, physically stepping away from people’s well-intentioned interrogations, to begin seeing myself in a loving way.BRO – What has you most excited about 2019?MDV – I’m excited to just keep being alive and growing as an artist, and striving to feel free and rooted at the same time. And I’m always excited to spend time outdoors, too. I love hiking, camping, climbing, and swimming, and, as I sing in “Anyone At All,” just sitting out in the sun and having a coffee in the yard.This month, Trail Mix is lucky to feature two songs by Maya De Vitry. Check out the poignant “Go Tell A Bird,” which is available all month long on the January mix. And, right here, tune your ears into “Anyone At All,” for the very first time!ANYONE AT ALLYou can catch Maya De Vitry live in Nashville, including the release party for the new record at The 5 Spot, a few times between now and early February.After that, you’ll need to be in Montreal for the Folk Alliance International festival to hear songs from Adaptations.For more information on Maya De Vitry, how you can get the new record, or when can see her live, be sure to check out her website.And, before you go about the rest of your day, take a listen to Maya’s “Go Tell A Bird,” along with other great tracks from artists like The Delines, The Burney Sisters, and John McCutcheon on this month’s Trail Mix.last_img read more

NextGen Know-How: Creating a feedback-rich environment

first_img ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr One of the top reasons employees leave organizations is that they are not getting the feedback they need to learn and develop in their jobs. Most managers neglect to give meaningful feedback, whether it’s because they don’t make the time, are uncomfortable delivering it or don’t see the importance.But providing timely feedback is not only an important responsibility as a leader—it’s also crucial in creating an environment of honesty, trust and collaboration. Without honest feedback, it’s challenging to bring out the best performance in employees and deepen relationships.Unfortunately, most managers give vague feedback that is not helpful. Saying, “You’re doing a great job!” may sound nice, but it doesn’t give the employee any specific and meaningful information. continue reading »last_img read more

COVID-19: #IndonesiaTerserah trends as frustration mounts over physical distancing violations, govt policies

first_imgRead also: Govt plans to loosen PSBB regulations, starting with transportationAnother health worker with the Twitter handle @helwatshlhh posted a picture of herself holding up a similar sign, expressing her frustration over the country’s response to the pandemic.#indonesiaterserah aku wes pasrah ama kamu indonesia. nyeri kali ati ku pas lg berjuang dikhianatin gt aja 🙃 pic.twitter.com/Qq8d53xv9W— Helwa (@helwatshlhh) May 15, 2020“#IndonesiaTerserah I’ve given up on you, Indonesia. It hurts my heart that my hard work has been betrayed,” she tweeted on Saturday.Members of the general public have since tweeted #IndonesiaTerserah in solidarity with medical practitioners who have continued risking their lives to treat COVID-19 patients on the front lines.Twitter user @zaymenthrixkenn parodied PSBB following a series of violations of the policy in recent weeks, along with the hashtag #IndonesiaTerserah.“PSBB: Restrictions that are mere lip-service,” he tweeted, alongside cartoon images of health workers, one of which features a sign that reads “Stupid [trumps] COVID”.PSBB : Peraturan selalu Basa-BasiPSBB : Peraturan Sering Banget BerubahPSBB : Pembatasan Sosial Bercanda Banget#indonesiaterserah pic.twitter.com/F1pCrL0oe2— ᴢᴀʏɴ ᴍᴇɴᴛʜʀɪx ᴋᴇɴɴᴇᴅʏ™ (@zaymenthrixkenn) May 15, 2020User @icegurlcc re-posted a TikTok video of a health worker holding up a sign featuring the same phrase in an attempt to raise public awareness about the struggles of those working on the front lines.Kesabaran ada batasnya. Konteksnya adalah orang yg berjuang mempertaruhkan nyawa melihat yg diperjuangkan tidak peduli padanya. #indonesiaterserah pic.twitter.com/iaVuZmspfw— bel (@icegurlcc) May 15, 2020“There’s a limit to patience. The context here is that people who have risked their lives [for the public] realized that [the public] didn’t [respect] them,” the user wrote in the caption.Read also: ‘I lost him too fast’: Families mourn loss of nurses from COVID-19According to the International Council of Nurses (ICN), at least 90,000 health workers have been infected by the coronavirus disease worldwide and more than 260 nurses have died.Nationally, Amnesty International Indonesia (AII) revealed that 59 health workers, including 38 doctors and 21 nurses, had succumbed to COVID-19 as of last week.As of Sunday, Indonesia had confirmed 17,520 COVID-19 cases and 1,148 deaths as a result of the disease.Topics : The image depicts a medical worker, who appears to be Tirta himself, in protective gear holding up a sign that reads “Indonesia? Whatever! Do whatever you like”.“In light of what happened in Sarinah [a few days ago] and at [Soekarno Hatta International Airport],” Tirta wrote in the caption.He was referring to two separate incidents. In the first, hundreds of people gathered in front of a McDonald’s restaurant in Sarinah, Central Jakarta, on its closing day. In the second, crowds packed into Soekarno Hatta Terminal 2, in an apparent violation of the large-scale social restrictions (PSBB) imposed to stem the spread of COVID-19.The incidents came a few days after the Transportation Ministry opened air, land and sea transportation services, a move that drew strong criticism from experts. Social media users are deploying the hashtag #IndonesiaTerserah (#WhateverIndonesia) to express their frustration over the public’s apparent disregard for physical distancing measures and the government’s inconsistent COVID-19 policies.The hashtag gained momentum as several photos and videos of health workers clad in protective gear holding signs containing the phrase went viral on Twitter and Instagram.Prominent social media influencer Tirta Mandira Hudhi, a frontline COVID-19 doctor, popularized the hashtag by posting one such photo on his Instagram account @dr.tirta.last_img read more

Alexandre Lacazette sends clear message to Bukayo Saka over Arsenal future

first_imgAlexandre Lacazette and Bukayo Saka combined for Arsenal’s goal against Olympiacos (Picture: Getty)Alexandre Lacazette has urged Bukayo Saka to put pen to paper on a new contract after the youngster produced another impressive performance in Arsenal’s 1-0 win away to Olympiacos.The Europa League round of 32 first leg clash was Mikel Arteta’s first European match in charge of Arsenal and the Spaniard will be pleased to head back to the Emirates with a crucial away goal.Saka, 18, who set up Nicolas Pepe with a outstanding piece of play in Arsenal’s victory over Newcastle, was again the provider on Thursday night with a sublime assist at the Karaiskakis Stadium. Van Persie was impressed with Saka’s display versus Olympiakos (Picture: BT Sport)Van Persie added: ‘He’s really taking his chance, and that’s nice to see from a young kid to really grab his chance and play for his future.‘And he’s doing it so well. It’s so nice to see.’More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityMikel Arteta claimed that Saka had been born with a special ‘gift’ after his performance helped Arsenal to a crucial away win at Olympiacos.‘I’m really pleased with the way he has developed. And I’m really pleased with the way he’s handling these situations because there’s a lot of highlight on him at the moment, but he’s still really humble,’ the Arsenal head coach said.AdvertisementAdvertisement‘He’s still as keen to meet with my assistant, willing to improve. He’s a great kid and he makes big decisions in the final third.‘He’s not someone who hides. He’s got the vision and the ability to execute when the spaces are really tight. That’s a gift.’MORE: Odion Ighalo reveals how Manchester United will use him in the Premier League Advertisement Metro Sport ReporterFriday 21 Feb 2020 12:34 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link7.7kShares Advertisement Saka has been in outstanding form for the Gunners (Picture: Getty)The teenager put the ball on a plate for Lacazette and the Frenchman made no mistake from close range to give the visitors the lead with nine minutes remaining of the match.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTIt was Saka’s ninth assist in what’s been a remarkable campaign for the makeshift left-back, but the youngster’s future still hangs in the balance after talks over a new deal hit a stumbling block.Liverpool, Manchester United and Bayern Munich have all registered an interest in Saka whose deal is due to expire next year. Alexandre Lacazette sends clear message to Bukayo Saka over Arsenal future Comment Saka assisted Pepe’s goal against Newcastle (Picture: Getty)After benefiting from another piece of brilliance from Saka in Athens, Lacazette pleaded with his team-mate to extend his contract in north London.‘Difficult game last night but happy to get on the score sheet. Thanks to the team for the hard work and the travelling fans for your support,’ Lacazette posted on Instagram.Saka was quick to respond in the comments and said, “Our number 9” to which Lacazette replied: “sign please”.Saka’s display in Greece earned special praise from Robin van Persie who compared the Englishman’s passing ability to that of Ryan Giggs, Paul Scholes and Dennis Bergkamp.‘Ryan Giggs used to give those passes, Dennis Bergkamp, Paul Scholes,’ the ex-Arsenal forward said on BT Sport.‘This is like ordering your striker to move into the danger zone. It’s actually world-class. Really, really good.‘This is not simple. This is very good, world-class. He makes it look easy but this pass, like I said, only the great players can give those passes.‘Most crosses there would be kicked away by the defender and would be shot too high or too low with no idea.‘But this is a pass with an idea. This is a pass with a message, and that is what you want from your players.’last_img read more

The owners of this Moorooka home paid 400 pounds to buy it 70 years ago

first_img28 Blackburn St, Moorooka.Being one of the cheapest suburbs within 10km of the Brisbane CBD, Mr Wortley has received a huge response from the market to date.“I’ve had both Brisbane buyers as well as interstate buyers looking for value against the Sydney and Melbourne markets, which would be two to three times the price in the same geographic location,” he said.The auction is at 12.30pm Saturday January 28. Cliff Magee, Peter Magee, Margaret Smith and Joan Rojahn at their old family home inMoorooka which is on the market for the first time in 70 years.Bought for just 400 pounds 70 years ago, today is the day the Magee family will sell their Moorooka home at auction.The three-bedroom, one-bathroom property at 28 Blackburn St, bought by Cliff Magee’s mum, has brought back lots of memories for the family, who grew up in the house. “It’s a very nostalgic and emotional time, but we just hope the next people get the same enjoyment Mum has had for the last 70 years,” Mr Magee said.“When Mum bought the house at the end of World War II, Ipswich Rd was vacant land, so she watched all of the shops and business come up along the street.” The Magee family have been told the property was possibly built somewhere between 1910 and 1915.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home3 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor9 hours ago28 Blackburn St, Moorooka.Mr Magee said his 96-year-old mum felt it was time to move on to something more modern and very low-maintenance. “She is already missing the house,” he said.Mr Magee recalled memories of cricket in the backyard and Christmas lunches under the house. According to CoreLogic, the median house price in Moorooka is $590,000, but Ray White New Farm selling agent Brandon Wortley said properties such as 28 Blackburn St weren’t often offered to the market. “It maintains the beautiful early 1900s charm and offers the incoming purchaser the opportunity to use the home as is, or create their dream home,” Mr Wortley said. last_img read more

Gas Supplier Selected for New LNG Facility at Gothenburg Port

first_imgSwedegas, which is currently constructing a permanent LNG facility at the Port of Gothenburg, has entered into an agreement with gas supplier Barents NaturGass for the facility.This means that in just a few months, vessels will be able for the first time to bunker LNG at the permanent facility at the port.“Gothenburg based shipping companies have been amongst the first to adopt LNG in Sweden. Several vessels have already been built and launched which are ready to run on LNG. We are keen to start our LNG supply services and meet the customer’s needs,” Gudrun Rollefsen, CEO of Barents NaturGass, commented.LNG supplier Skangas is already operating at the Port of Gothenburg, supplying ships with LNG using a ship-to-ship-system.“We can see that the demand for LNG will increase at the Port of Gothenburg, and it is vital that the number of alternatives continues to grow. With the Swedegas facility, the port will have more LNG choices than previously on a competitive market with several gas suppliers, whilst at the same time there will be a larger range of bunkering methods,” Jill Söderwall, Head of Commercial Operations at the Energy Port, commented.With the opening of the Swedegas facility in August, LNG customers at the Port of Gothenburg will have three bunkering alternatives: ship-to-ship, directly from a road truck, and pipe-to-jetty. All three methods can be employed whilst the vessels are loading or unloading, according to the port.The facility is being built at the quayside at the Energy Port at the Port of Gothenburg, where vessels can bunker LNG while loading or unloading. The LNG will be brought to the facility using trailers or containers, which will unload at a discharge station. The LNG will then be distributed via a vacuum-insulated cryogenic pipeline to the quays in the Skarvik area at the Energy Port.In autumn 2016, the first LNG bunkering took place at the port, and since then the number of LNG-powered ships has gradually increased. In 2017, 111 LNG ships called the Port of Gothenburg. From January through April of 2018, LNG was bunkered 44 times.last_img read more