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first_img Tags: Denver Nuggets/Donovan Mitchell/NBA/NBA Playoffs/Utah Jazz FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailLAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. (AP) — Donovan Mitchell scored 18 of his 51 points in the fourth quarter as the Utah Jazz withstood a 50-point night from Jamal Murray to beat the Denver Nuggets 129-127 and take a 3-1 lead in their playoff series.The 23-year-old Mitchell also scored 57 points in Game 1. He’s now averaging 39.5 points in the series.The Jazz can close it out in Game 5 on Tuesday.Murray’s 50 points was the most-ever by a Denver player in a postseason game. Written by August 23, 2020 /Sports News – Local Mitchell scores 51 points, Jazz beat Nuggets for 3-1 lead Associated Presslast_img


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first_imgMegan and Dean Sullivan, Lynnville, IN, son, Wade Jameson, December 21Danielle Mosby and Paul James, Evansville, son, Trace Alan, December 26Erin and Michael Owens, Wadesville, IN, son, Wade Edward, December 26Molly and Samuel Galloway III, Henderson, KY, son, Samuel Lee IV, December 26Vanessa Taylor and Jeremy Wood, Newburgh, daughter, Evelyn Renee, December 27Morgan Shelby and Evan Doan, Evansville, son, Holden Scott, December 27Josey and Adam Roth, Evansville, daughter, June Adalynn, December 27Elizabeth and Josh Gibson, Evansville, son, Leo Raymond, December 27Katie Clemens and Clarence Ransom, Tell City, IN, son, Colt Cullen, December 28FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img


first_imgLyle Lovett and John Hiatt Perform an Acoustic Evening at the Victory TheatreVenuWorks presents legendary singer-songwriters, Lyle Lovett and John Hiatt at the Victory Theatre on Tuesday, January 17 at 7:00 pm.A singer, composer, and actor, Lyle Lovett has broadened the definition of American music in a career that spans 14 albums. Coupled with his gift for storytelling, the Texas-based musician fuses elements of country, swing, jazz, folk, gospel and blues in a convention-defying manner that breaks down barriers. Lovett has appeared in 13 feature films, and on stage and television. Among his many accolades, besides the four Grammy Awards, he was given the Americana Music Association’s inaugural Trailblazer Award, and was recently named the Texas State Musician. Since his self-titled debut in 1986, Lyle Lovett has evolved into one of music’s most vibrant and iconic performers. His oeuvre, rich and eclectic, is one of the most beloved of any living artist working today.Over thirty-five years after the release of his debut album, John Hiatt remains one of America’s most respected and influential singer-songwriters. John Hiatt’s songs have been covered by artists as diverse as Bob Dylan, Bonnie Raitt, Buddy Guy, Emmylou Harris, Ronnie Milsap, Iggy Pop, the Neville Brothers, Rosanne Cash, the Jeff Healey Band, Willie Nelson, Steve Earle, Linda Ronstadt, and even the cartoon bear band of Disney’s 2002 film, The Country Bears. John Hiatt has 11 GRAMMY nominations and his numerous awards include induction into the Nashville Songwriter’s Hall of Fame and the 2008 Lifetime Achievement Award in Songwriting from the American Music Association. Hiatt has released 19 studio albums.Tickets On Sale Friday, December 2 at 10:00 am Reserved Seats*: $79.00, $59.00, $49.00, $39.00Additional Fee’s may apply*For ticket information visit www.victorytheatre.com or call Ticketmaster at (800) 745-3000. FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more


first_imgHeinz Foodservice is targeting four key categories of consumers after identifying massive untapped potential in the breakfast market, with research showing that 52% of people had not eaten breakfast out-of-home in the last three months.The research showed out-of-home breakfast consumers fall under four categories: those who “fuel up” on a cooked breakfast every day; those who “grab ’n’ go” and regularly skip breakfast because they are time-poor; those looking for a tasty, but guilt-free breakfast and those wanting a “total treat” occasionally, with a slap-up breakfast.Tal Drori, brand manager for Heinz Foodservice, said: “A British fry-up is still the favoured breakfast out-of-home, with 56% of people. However, hot rolls/sandwiches account for 15% and 14% of the market respectively. So there is still enormous scope for maximising breakfast potential.”By identifying these distinct consumer types, we can offer complementary products for breakfast and can show caterers how to appeal to their consumers to maximise their breakfast profitability.”last_img read more


first_imgSuffolk-based Two Magpies Bakery has opened its new site in Norfolk.The 70-cover café opened this month and serves fresh sourdough bread, Viennoiserie, cakes and a lunch menu. There are 18 staff and all breads and pastry are prepared and cooked on site.“We are very excited to be opening our fourth bakery, particularly as this is the first time we will move away from the coast and into the city,” said Steve Magnall, who co-owns Two Magpies with his wife Rebecca Bishop.The opening follows Two Magpies purchasing the assets of Timber Hill Bakery and moving into its former site.It has devised a new menu to cater to Timber Hill’s customer base and grow its vegan and gluten-free options, which the former bakery was known for, said Rebecca Magnall.“Two Magpies is building a very strong reputation in Suffolk, so we hope to do the same in Norfolk and become a destination in the city for great baked goods and fantastic lunches.”The new bakery is open from 8am to 5pm, seven days a week. It has taken on six of the existing Timber Hill Bakery team and moved a baker and pastry chef from its current team over to the Norwich site.“This is a very exciting new project for us. It will be great to be in the city and to attract a whole new range of customers, from tourists to office workers and customers wanting a great lunch on-the-go,” added Yasmin Wyatt, general manager at Two Magpies, who joined the business six months ago and is overseeing the management of all four bakeries in the group.last_img read more


first_imgFor a list of Ghost-Notes’s upcoming tour dates, head to the band’s website here.Ghost-Note fans heading down to New Orleans during Jazz Fest have the chance to witness the band play a very special, one-night-only performance. On Saturday, May 4th at One Eyed Jacks, the band will deliver a live recreation of their acclaimed 2018 album, Swagism, in its entirety featuring special guests from the album Swagism LIVE performance at One Eyed Jacks, where Ghost-Note will perform their acclaimed 2018 LP, Swagism, in its entirety featuring special guests from the album.Tickets for Ghost-Note’s guest-filled Swagism LIVE performance are available here.Jazz Fest 2019 After Dark: L4LM Top PicksCheck out a full list of Live For Live Music‘s various night shows during Jazz Fest below. For more information, or to grab your tickets today before they’re all gone, head here. Ghost-Note took the Suwannee Rising Music Festival by storm over the weekend, laying down their bright, expressive funk for the inaugural event. Drummer and MC Robert Sput Searight, percussionist Nate Werth, bassist MonoNeon, keyboardist Xavier Taplin, guitarist Peter Knudsen, and horn/woodwind players Sylvester Onyejiaka and Jonathan Mones rained their funk thunder down on the crowd for two solid sets of amazing original jams on both Friday and Saturday of the weekend affair.Suwannee Rising may be a new enterprise, but the Spirit Of The Suwannee Music Park is certainly no stranger to the strains of funk echoing through its gorgeous environs. Home of the late Bear Creek, the park and its loyal fans were open-armed to the new experience, and the arrival of Ghost-Note certainly punctuated the vibe that makes events like these last for years to come.Dumpstaphunk Welcomes MonoNeon For Parliament Cover & More In Funky Suwannee Rising Performance [Videos]Since Ghost-Note is such a seasoned group of veteran players, even fans who anticipated an impressive set found themselves astounded by the band’s sheer musical density. The ever-moving pocket set up by Searight served as a sonic challenge to his fellow players to keep sharp and ready to move and groove. That challenge was more than met by his cohorts in the rhythm section, with percussionist Nate Werth adding much-appreciated depth to the beat while bassist MonoNeon laid down the fiery funk. The alternately lush and flourishing keys provided by Henry and the slinky guitar riffs from Knudsen fleshed out the middle of the groove while the horn section of Onyejiaka and Mones sliced through the mix like brass surgeons.The end result was irresistible, and over the course of their Friday and Saturday sets, it’s a safe bet that Ghost-Note won themselves new fans in the form of literally everyone within earshot. Check out some videos from Ghost-Note at Suwannee Rising below, courtesy of L4LM’s own Rex-A-Vision.last_img read more


first_imgRepresentative Peter Welch, joined by Governor Peter Shumlin and business and community leaders, welcomed the nation’s top rail official to Rutland Monday as he continued to push for federal funding of Vermont’s Western Corridor high-speed rail project. With the rejection of high-speed rail funds by several states in recent months, Vermont’s congressional delegation has been pushing for those funds to be reallocated to Vermont’s Western Corridor project, which runs from Rutland to Burlington.At the event today was Deputy Administrator of the Federal Railroad Administration Karen Rae, who was invited by Welch after the two spoke about Vermont’s Western Corridor project earlier this month. Welch invited businesspeople, community members and state and local officials to explain to Rae the importance of rail to Vermont’s economy and the potential benefits that will come with improving the passenger and freight rail line along the state’s western corridor. As Deputy Administrator for the Federal Railroad Administration, Rae is tasked with developing and implementing the Obama Administration’s freight and passenger rail policy.‘High-speed rail is a real priority for Vermont businesses and local communities,’ Welch said. ‘A strong rail network will not only tie entrepreneurs, small businesses and towns to regional hubs like New York, Albany, Boston and Montreal, it will bring people from those places to Vermont. Vermonters are ready and willing to put this money to good use creating good jobs, improving our transportation infrastructure and expanding travel and tourism businesses.’‘Vermont is working closely with other states in the northeast and Quebec to make sure that reliable and efficient service is available to travelers and rail shippers,’ Shumlin said. ‘The extension of the Ethan Allen Express up to Burlington is a direct and tangible next step that will be followed by links to Manchester and Bennington. This project and the planned extension of the AMTRAK Vermonter into Montreal are major steps in the transformation of our passenger rail system.’‘The Vermont Department of Tourism & Marketing and the University of Vermont Tourism Data Center determined that on average each domestic day visitor to Vermont spends $107 per person and each domestic overnight visitor to Vermont spends $292 per person,’ said Tom Donahue, Executive Vice President of the Rutland Region Chamber of Commerce. ‘We are convinced that this proposed investment will have a powerful effect on Vermont’s tourism and manufacturing economy now and long into the future.’Also joining Welch, Shumlin, Rae and Donahue at the event were Vermont Secretary of Transportation Brian Searles, Vermont Agency of Transportation Rail Director Joe Flynn, State Senators Peg Flory, Dick Mazza and Bob Hartwell, State Representatives Herb Font-Russell, Charles Bohi, Diane Lanpher and Patrick Brennan, Representatives from the offices of Sens. Patrick Leahy and Bernie Sanders, Executive Director of the Rutland Economic Development Corp. Jamie Stewart, President of Westminster Cracker Larry Cirina, Plant Manager for OMYA Pierre Masuy, President of the Addison County Chamber of Commerce Andy Mayer and Vice President of the Lake Champlain Regional Chamber of Commerce Tim Shea.last_img read more


first_imgUpgraded 13MW GE Haliade-X turbine to be used at Dogger Bank offshore wind project FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Renew Economy:Plans to build the world’s largest offshore wind farm using the world’s most powerful turbines have been taken up a notch after GE announced its newly upgraded 13MW Haliade-X units would be used for the 3.6GW Dogger Bank project in the UK.Dogger Bank is a 50:50 joint venture between Equinor and SSE Renewables comprising three 1.2GW offshore wind farms located about 130km from the Yorkshire Coast, on a large sandbank in the North Sea.GE Renewable Energy secured the contract to supply the project back in October of 2019 using its world-leading 12MW Haliade-X turbines, but this week revealed it would do so using 190 of the enhanced 13MW units.The uprated 13MW Haliade-X features 107 metre-long blades and a 220 meter rotor and with just one spin can generate enough electricity to power a UK household for more than two days, GE says. The deployment at Dogger Park will mark the first time a 13MW turbine will be installed anywhere in the world.As Renew Economy has reported, the three Dogger Bank projects were each successful in the UK’s 2019 Contracts for Difference (CfD) Allocation Round, with one locking in a record low strike price of £39.65/MWh ($A72.55) and the other two a price of £41.611/MWh ($A76.13). The more powerful turbines – requiring fewer to be installed across the entire project – stands to lower the cost of delivering the massive offshore wind farm further.Construction on the onshore infrastructure for the massive project kicked off in January of this year. Due to its size and scale, the wind farm is being built in three consecutive phases; Dogger Bank A, Dogger Bank B and Dogger Bank C. First power generation is expected sometime in 2023 and, once fully commissioned, the entire project is expected to generate around 6TWh of electricity annually.[Sophie Vorrath]More: World’s most powerful turbine to anchor largest offshore wind farmlast_img read more


first_imgBar, sections reach accord on financial arrangements July 1, 2005 Senior Editor Regular News Bar, sections reach accord on financial arrangements New deal revamps CLE splits and administrative support for section activities Gary Blankenship Senior Editor With a few final changes, the Bar Board of Governors has approved revamping the way it financially supports the Bar’s sections.Outgoing Budget Committee Chair Jerald Beer, who headed a special committee that has been studying section finances for almost two years, outlined the alterations to the financial arrangements the board reviewed at its April meeting, and the board approved the changes unanimously.“I really think this is a good compromise,” said board member Jesse Diner.Immediate past President Miles McGrane appointed the special committee because of escalating amounts the Bar was spending to support sections. The committee also looked at the way the Bar and sections split CLE revenues, after the Bar lost a significant amount of money from 2000 to 2002. An increase in the cost of CLE has reversed that loss, but CLE finances remained a concern.In April, Beer presented a plan with several facets which included changing CLE financing giving sections 80 percent of the net proceeds, while the Bar gets 20 percent (with that change phased in over three years). If there are losses, the sections will absorb 80 percent of those expenses. (Currently, sections get 12.5 to 20 percent of the gross revenues and the Bar gets the rest, out of which it pays the course expenses.)The Bar would also end the subsidy sections get for using the Bar’s print shop, but sections will have the option of having their printing done outside the Bar.To offset direct and indirect administrative costs of supporting sections, the Bar would receive $17.50 per paying section membership from the section. This will be adjusted periodically in whole dollar increments to adjust this cost for inflation.The Bar also will continue to provide administrative support to sections, but cap the amount it spends beyond the $17.50 received from sections. That would be $10 each for the first 1,000 section members and $5 per member above that number.The Budget Committee also agreed to give sections a year’s notice before increasing the $17.50 per member it gets from each section to allow the sections to better plan their budgets. The committee agreed to help by including complimentary section members in calculating the cap on administration costs.Sections also questioned the indirect administrative support expenses that were being assessed to their operations, and the Budget Committee recommended reducing that by 20 percent.Finally, the plan envisioned crediting the handful of sections that actually do not cost $17.50 per member in administration to receive a rebate.Board member Gwynne Young, who is liaison to the Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section, said the section wasn’t happy with the cap on Bar support.“But the section appreciated the Budget Committee for listening to all they had to say. We would like to thank you for that, even though they’re not totally happy,” she said. Later in the meeting, incoming President Alan Bookman said he wants to work on improving relations between the board and sections in the coming year, noting that too often there seems to be an “us versus them” mentality.He urged board members who are liaisons with sections to attend those meetings and learn their sections’ issues. He also announced that he had appointed incoming Budget Committee Chair Mayanne Downs as liaison with the Council of Sections.“We found last year there may have been some bad communications between the board and sections,” Bookman said.last_img read more