Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailiStock(NEW YORK) — Here are the scores from Sunday’s sports events:NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUEVancouver 3, NY Rangers 2Minnesota 4, Montreal at 3Washington 5, Chicago 3Winnipeg 1, Edmonton 0Calgary 2, Anaheim 1NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUEJacksonville 27, Cincinnati 17Green Bay 42, Oakland 24Buffalo 1, Miami 21L.A. Rams 37, Atlanta 10.Minnesota 42, Detroit 30Indianapolis 30, Houston 23Arizona 27, NY Giants 21San Francisco 9, Washington 0Tennessee 23, L.A. Chargers 20New Orleans 36, Chicago 25Baltimore 30, Seattle 16Dallas 37, Philadelphia 10MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCERPhiladelphia 4, New York 3LA Galaxy 2, Minnesota 1Copyright © 2019, ABC Audio. All rights reserved. October 21, 2019 /Sports News – National Scoreboard roundup — 10/20/19 Beau Lund
Back to overview,Home naval-today German Navy Sea Lynx makes emergency landing in Kiel View post tag: German Navy Share this article View post tag: Sea Lynx A German Navy Sea Lynx helicopter was forced to make a “safety landing” at the Kiel airport on January 16, the navy has informed.The helicopter was conducting training with tender FGS Werra in the Kiel Bight when the crew noticed a warning light in the cockpit. The crew then proceeded to land at the nearest airport, according to procedure.The warning light indicated to an overheating of the engine and Kiel firefighters were alarmed. The firefighters and helicopter crew inspected both engines of the helicopter and found no damages. None of the four crew of the helicopter were injured, the navy said.The navy noted that the Marinefliegergeschwader 5 (navy aircraft squadron) would inspect the aircraft to determine the cause of the alarm.The German Navy operates 22 Sea Lynx helicopters which are due to retire in 2025. The country is currently in the process of releasing a request for proposals for their replacement which is expected to be released early 2019. German Navy Sea Lynx makes emergency landing in Kiel Authorities navaltoday January 18, 2019, by
2020 will see a continuation of the PUBlic Lecture Series, the creation of ‘The Uncomfortable Oxford Podcast’, and collaboration with ‘The Whip’, a new play by the Royal Shakespeare Company. Two DPhil students in the Department of History, Olivia Durand and Paula Larsson, founded the project in 2018. It aims to “‘raise awareness and create discourse’ about the ’uncomfortable’ legacies of inequality and imperialism in the city and the university’”. The 2019 newsletter describes how this involves colonisation and imperialism, race and racism, gender and women’s history, LGBTQ+ history, slavery, violence, and wealth and financial ethics. ‘Uncomfortable Oxford’, a project encouraging awareness of Oxford’s ‘legacies of inequality and imperialism’, has experienced rapid growth since its creation in 2018. Almost 3000 people attended events over the past year, according to their 2019 Impact Report. These include tours, lectures, and workshops. ‘Uncomfortable Oxford’ started a series of talks about the British Empire, the PUBlic lectures. They also attended the Being Human festival, co-hosting a ‘Death Café’ style-event to encourage reflection on how “stories of historical deaths are used socially and politically”, and ran an Activism Café at the East Oxford Community Centre. The Impact Record also records how awareness has increased throughcollaborations, events, and publications. Co-directors Olivia and Paulapublished ‘The Maps We Inhabit: Storytelling, Memory and Uncomfortable Oxford’in online journal Living Maps Review and were interviewed on the ‘NakedHumanities’ and ‘For Art’s Sake’ podcasts. These figures are reflected in the large quantity of positivefeedback, with the walking tours averaging 5 stars on TripAdvisor. Visitorscommend the knowledge of guides, the global outlook, and the barriers broken downto spark discussion. The organisation has run over 159 walking tours, reaching people from over 31 different countries. These tours are led by students and “encourage analysis and discussion about uncomfortable subjects within the city”. The most popular event has been ‘The Original Uncomfortable Tour’, with 1260 people attending in 2019. Further walking tours include the ‘Uncomfortable Literature Tour’, the ‘Oxford and Empire Tour’, and the ‘Follow the Money Tour’.
FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail Bill To Raise Smoking Age Undergoes Small Changes In House By Victoria Ratliff TheStatehousefile.comINDIANAPOLIS—A bill to raise the smoking and vaping age from 18 to 21 underwent minor changes on the floor of the Indiana House Thursday to add penalties for those who are caught with tobacco products.House Bill 1006 follows the federal government’s Dec. 20 law which raises the legal smoking and vaping age to 21. The author, Rep. Cindy Kirchhofer, R- Beech Grove, said her bill was filed to establishes penalties so the violations of the new anti-smoking law can be prosecuted.Kirchhofer’s original version of the bill had no penalties for users, which had been in state law when smoking under age 18 was illegal. Her amendment, which passed in a unanimous voice vote, restored those penalties. Vendors also face penalties for selling to minors.An amendment by Rep. J.D. Prescott, R-Union City, also passed in a unanimous voice vote to make it a Class B infraction for retailers who are caught selling tobacco or nicotine-containing Vitamin E acetate. The maximum fine is $1,000.The Centers for Disease Control found that when Vitamin E acetate is inhaled it could interfere with normal lung functions and could lead to EVALI, which stands for E-cigarette, or vaping product use-associated lung injury and a newly-identified disease linked to vaping.Not all agreed that the small fine was enough. Rep. Terri Austin, D-Anderson, filed an amendment to make the penalty for retailers who are caught selling tobacco or nicotine-containing vitamin E acetate a Class A infraction, which has a penalty of up to $10,000.Rep. Terri Austin, D-Anderson, lost an effort to raise the penalty for adding Vitamin E to vaping products. Photo by Lacey Watt, TheStateHouseFile.com.Austin argued that vitamin E acetate isn’t found in legal cigarettes or e-cigarette liquids but in “underground” or off-market products.“If you’re someone engaged in the underground market, $1,000 is probably not much to you,” she said. “I think we need to hit people where it hurts. We have got to send a strong message, and the truth is we have to have a strong penalty.”Kirchhofer said the discussion should have taken place in the health committee to learn about the consequences of changing the infractions.The amendment failed 40-57.The bill now goes to House for a final vote.FOOTNOTE: Victoria Ratliff is a reporter for TheStatehouseFile.com, a news website powered by Franklin College journalism students.
Photographer Donald B. Kravitz took this picture of Mayor Henry “Bud” Knight and internationally famous model Petra Nemcova turning the Ocean City Beach Patrol’s gold key to unlock the Atlantic Ocean 10 years ago on May 28, 2004.This annual event will be held Friday, May 23, 2014, at noon on the Moorlyn Terrace beach. This will be followed by the Business Persons’ Plunge. People in business attire will march into the ocean to the strains of “Pomp and Circumstance” to welcome the summer of 2014.
n We enclose the British Baker 2008 yearplanner with this issue. Unfortunately there was a production error on the version sent out last year, please discard it. Apologies for the inconvenience.n Plant baker Warburtons has moved its East Midlands depot from Riddings to a new purpose-built site in nearby Langley Mill. It needed to have a larger operation closer to its Eastwood bakery, it said. Existing employees, including five dispatch staff and 64 lorry drivers, have moved to the new depot.n California Raisins has launched its fourth annual Innovation Award, rewarding innovative new products made using raisins. The closing date for the competition is 30 April. For an entry form contact 020 8741 8513 or email [email protected] Walkers Shortbread was named the Food and Drink Exporter of the Year 2007 at December’s Food From Britain Export Awards 2007.n The Forum of Private Business is encouraging bakers to shop around following the Competition Commission’s decision to lift price controls on the UK’s four largest banks. It says smaller businesses should negotiate for best service or change banks.n A robber stole more than £1,000 from a driver delivering to J G Ross’ city centre shop in Aberdeen in an early-morning raid. A 54-year-old van driver was threatened with what felt like a weapon at around 5.15am on 29 December.
The UK retail market for bread and bakery products grew by 3.4% in 2013 despite continued decline in bread consumption and volume sales.Key Note forecasters, which produced this report, anticipate a growth of 10.9% between now and 2018 based on the strength of diversification in the market. Changing consumer interests mean a wealth of avenues for growth in the sector as trends progress. Growth is also facilitated by the ongoing effects of rising inflation on retail prices and the higher expense of speciality breads.The report also revealed that white bread is still a significant contributor to overall sales as the nation’s favourite bread. Its popularity has been compounded by the success of combination loaves such as Hovis’ Best of Both loaf, which are included in the sector.However, sales of brown and wholemeal loaves are less substantial though buoyed up slightly as people favour ‘healthier’ options. Both traditional bread sectors are under threat from the rising speciality breads market in the UK including a variety such as ciabatta, naan and rye. The mass availability of different types has encouraged the diversification of consumer interests as the popularity of rolls, bagels, doughnuts and crumpets is also on the up.Gluten-free boost Demand for gluten-free breads and homemade sandwiches also contributed to 2013’s growth. The popularity of the latter has been driven by new product developments such as combination rolls, wraps and flatbreads as well as the already-popular bagels category.Despite the advent of speciality breads and other bakery products, total bread consumption in the UK continues on a long-term downward trend. Volume sales of traditional loaves are declining at a faster rate than the alternative options are increasing.“Bread is gradually becoming a less integral component of many Britons’ everyday diets,” stated the report. “New product developments in competing wheat-based markets, such as breakfast cereals and biscuits, as well as the popularity of low-carbohydrate diets are contributing to this trend. Consumers are instead choosing to consume speciality breads less regularly, with many consumers opting to do so at dinner, when such products can be used to make the meal more special.”
Photo: Capacity Images Setlist: Papadosio | Brooklyn Bowl | Brooklyn, NY | 2/10/2018:Set 1: Utopiate, If It Wasn’t For You > All I Knew, We Can Always Come Back > Ph DeezSet 2: 2am, Bypass Default, Snorkle, New Love, EpiphanyEncore: We Are WaterPapadosio’s tour with Aqueous continues tonight at Toad’s Place in New Haven, CT. For a full list of upcoming dates, head to Papadosio’s website. For a list of Aqueous’ upcoming dates, head to their site.[Cover photo: Papadosio (Saturday) via Andrew Scott Blackstein; Aqueous (Friday) via Capacity Images] Photo: Capacity Images Papadosio w/ Aqueous | Brooklyn Bowl | Brooklyn, NY | 2/10/18 | Photos: Andrew Scott Blackstein Photo: Capacity Images On Friday and Saturday night, Papadosio and Aqueous hosted back-to-back blowouts at Brooklyn Bowl as part of their ongoing extended run of early 2018 tour dates together. Both bands put on top-notch shows for packed-out crowds on each night, a trend that continues to pick up steam as their joint run has gotten moving. Below, you can check out a rundown of Aqueous and Papadosio’s Friday and Saturday sets including setlists, video, and photo galleries via Capacity Images (Friday) and Andrew Scott Blackstein (Saturday):Aqueous kicked off each night with stellar opening performances. Friday’s set opened with a hot take on “Random Company” from their 2016 EP, Best In Show, featuring teases of MGMT‘s “Time To Pretend”. From there, the band rocked another top-notch song of newer vintage, “Second Sight”, a staple in their setlists since the song’s debut in February of 2017. The biggest surprise of the set came next, as the band debuted a cover of David Bowie‘s “Man Who Sold The World”, before finishing out with the old-school “Aldehyde” into “Weight of the Word”, one of the newest songs in their arsenal. Watch pro-shot video of Aqueous’ Friday, February 9th set at Brooklyn Bowl, provided as a free live webcast:[Video: Nugs.tv]Setlist: Aqueous | Brooklyn Bowl | Brooklyn, NY | 2/9/2018Set: Random Company¹, Second Sight, Man Who Sold the World², Aldehyde > Weight of the WordNotes: ¹ Time to Pretend [MGMT] tease | ² David Bowie cover, debutAqueous continued to showcase their power-packed groove-rock chops with Saturday night’s opening set, as they worked in a version of Gorillaz‘ “Empire Ants”, which they debuted during their Gorillaz-themed New Year’s Eve show this past year. That segued into tried-and-true set closer “Kitty Chaser (Explosions)” to end their Brooklyn Bowl stint on a high note. Watch pro-shot video of Aqueous’ Saturday, February 10th set at Brooklyn Bowl, provided as a free live webcast:[Video: Nugs.tv]Setlist: Aqueous | Brooklyn Bowl | Brooklyn, NY | 2/10/18Ser: Underlyer, Warren In the Window, Skyway> Triangle, Empire Ants> Kitty Chaser (Explosions)Papadosio also turned in great performances on both Friday and Saturday evening, serving up two sets per night and entrancing the crowded venue with their incredible stage production. The Asheville-based space rockers’ set featured a series of “picture frame”-style LED panels which their lighting designer used to incredible effect, taking the audience on a visual odyssey to match the mystical quality of the music. You can watch Papadosio’s first set openers from Friday and Saturday night at Brooklyn Bowl courtesy of Nugs.tv below:Papadosio – “Garden” – Brooklyn Bowl – 2/9/18[Video: Nugs.tv]Setlist: Papadosio | Brooklyn Bowl | Brooklyn, NY | 2/9/2018Set 1: Garden, Stick Figure, The Bionic Man Meets His Past, The Lack of Everything > Unparalyzer, Holy HeckSet 2: Frequence, Taking Turns > Smile And Nod, The Sum, The Eyes Have EyesEncore: Glimpse of LightPapadosio – “Utopiate” – Brooklyn Bowl – 2/10/18 [Video: Nugs.tv] Load remaining images Papadosio w/ Aqueous | Brooklyn Bowl | Brooklyn, NY | 2/9/18 | Photos: Capacity Images Photo: Capacity Images; from 2/9/18 at Brooklyn Bowl Load remaining images
In a Billboard exclusive, yesterday, the global pop icon Pitbull announced that he’ll be embarking on a motivational tour in 2019. During his question-and-answer session at the Billboard Latin Music Conference in Las Vegas on Wednesday, he also shared the news that the iconic self-help guru Tony Robbins will be joining him for this new endeavor.Pitbull’s mother was a big fan of Robbins, so growing up, the life coach was a household name. As Pitbull became a famed recording artist, he eventually met Robbins and the two became friends. The two have a public history dating back to at least 2016, when Robbins spoke during the ceremony honoring the artist he received the 2,584th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.Robbins has clearly affected Pitbull’s outlook on the music industry, with the rapper offering thoughts on how motivation plays a role in the release of his new music. As noted in the Billboard article, Pitbull noted that his new single, “The Roof Is On Fire”, will not be released on Spotify, hoping that this back-to-basics, pre-Internet approach will motivate fans to seek out and find the track independently. “I even told [my] team not to register it,” he added, solidifying his independent approach to music releases.During his chat, Pitbull noted that “I’m just being a revolutionary to wake everybody else.” Outside of the music industry, the Miami-born rapper opened a public Florida charter school in 2013 called the Sports Leadership And Management Academy (SLAM), that focuses on drawing in students who love sports but find school boring.As for Pitbull’s motivational tour with Tony Robbins, there are still relatively few details outside the fact that they’re planning to embark on the new joint project in 2019.[H/T Billboard]
Jon Batiste, the leader of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert house band Stay Human, has never seen a single episode of Game of Thrones. However, with all the buzz surrounding the HBO juggernaut’s series finale on Sunday, Batiste felt it was his duty to help viewers refresh their memories about all that’s happened on the show throughout the years.Related: Game Of Thrones Live Concert Experience Announces 2019 Fall Tour Dates“There’s a lot to keep track of in this series…You gotta keep it all in your head before this Sunday’s show” Colbert mused while introducing the song. “That’s why our very own Jon Batiste over there put together a song to catch you up on everything that’s happened so far.”“You, I understand, are a big fan?” Colbert asked Batiste. “No,” Jon responded with a mischievous smile. “Never seen a single episode.”“Well then how did you write a song recapping the entire series?” asked Colbert. “Well, I’ve seen plenty of memes online,” Batiste responded, “So, I just put it together like that, you know?… But I think I nailed it.”Nail it, he did. For his Game of Thrones recap, Batiste channeled Purple Rain-era Prince (in both sound and style) for a comical retelling of the Medieval fantasy saga.The results are just as irreverent and satisfying as you’d expect. Of course, Jon Batiste gets all the details wrong—yes, those are Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, and Pete’s Dragon clips thrown in there—but he does it with charismatic flair and spot-on 80s nostalgia that might help you forget how annoyed you are with how the final season has played out.Take a few minutes and watch Jon Batiste (as Prince) joyously butcher the plot of Game of Thrones with the catchiest song you’ll hear today.Jon Batiste’s ‘Game Of Thrones’ Song[Video: The Late Show with Stephen Colbert]You can tune in to the series finale of Game of Thrones this Sunday night at 9 p.m. Eastern on HBO.