Ohio State senior guard C.J. Jackson drives to the basket against Cleveland State in St. John Arena on Nov. 23. Ohio State won 89-62. Credit: Amal Saeed | Assistant Photo EditorOhio State head coach Chris Holtmann knows it can be a painful experience attempting to game plan and execute against Syracuse’s stifling 2-3 zone defense. “It’s like going to the dentist. And not just for cleaning,” Holtmann said. In today’s ever-changing and increasingly unpredictable world, college basketball fans can take solace in one constant: Whether you love it or you detest it, head coach Jim Boeheim and his Syracuse men’s basketball team (3-2) will trot out onto the court in its patented 2-3 zone defense. The main challenge for Holtmann this week: Find areas of vulnerability and put together a game plan that best allows his undefeated (6-0) and No. 16th-ranked Buckeyes to penetrate a suffocating style of play.Projected StartersNo. 16 Ohio State (6-0) G — C.J. Jackson — Senior, 12.7 ppg, 3.8 rpg, 2.8 apgG — Luther Muhammad — Freshman, 9.5 ppg, 2.7 rpg, 2.2 apgF — Kyle Young — Sophomore, 6.8 ppg, 4.8 rpg, 0.8 apgF — Andre Wesson — Junior, 7.5 ppg, 3.5 rpg, 1.5 apgF — Kaleb Wesson — Sophomore, 14.7 ppg, 5.8 rpg, 1.2 apgSyracuse (2-3) G — Tyus Battle – Junior, 17.6 ppg, 2.8 rpg, 2.2 apgF — Oshae Brissett – Sophomore, 14.8 ppg, 8.0 rpg, 1.8 apgG — Jalen Carey – Freshman, 9.4 ppg, 4.0 rpg, 1.0 apgC — Paschal Chukwu – Senior, 5.2 ppg, 4.4 rpg, 0.0 apgF — Elijah Hughes – Junior, 14.8 ppg, 5.0 rpg, 1.2 apgOne option to beat the zone is to shoot over the top of it, requiring Ohio State’s main offensive contributors, such as redshirt senior guard Keyshawn Woods to be sharp in their perimeter shooting on Wednesday night. “As guards and shooters on the wings we have to be ready to shoot no matter what game it is, but especially this game though because there’s going to be a lot of opportunities to make 3s,” Woods said.Woods has plenty of experience playing against Syracuse back in his days in the ACC at Wake Forest, where he went up against the Orange on a number of occasions.He made it clear that this is the game where he wants to finally beat Syracuse. “I mean I’m a competitor and I don’t like losing, and I’ve lost to them three times now and only beat them once, and the game we did beat them I got hurt, so in my eyes, I didn’t beat them,” Woods said. “So that’s why I really want this game.”Option two is to pass the ball into the vacated middle of the zone which generally lies between the foul line and the top of the key. Opposing teams have done well in the past to use this area as their base of operations, forcing Syracuse’s center to make a decision: staying where he is positioned around the basket and allowing the offensive player to get a clean shot off, or stepping out to contest the potential shooter and opening up passing lanes and access to the basket behind him. The offensive player in the middle of the zone can also look to make a pass back out to the perimeter if a teammate finds his way open. “It’s really important, as long as we can get the ball in the middle we will be fine,” Woods said. “If we get it in the middle, we’ll break down the zone because that’s when they really get spread out, and if we move and attack gaps, we’ll have the upper hand.”Offensively, Syracuse boasts three scorers who average double figures per contest.Junior guard Tyus Battle leads the way at 17.6 points per game and is the main offensive weapon for the Orange after deciding last spring to forego entry into the NBA Draft and return to the team for another season. “He’s versatile and very aggressive on offense,” Woods said. “He’s going to get his at the end of the day and he can score at all three levels and we know from the scouting report and I know from playing against him in the ACC that he’s their go to guy, and he’s going to try to get his as much as possible, and we’ve got to maintain him.”Battle is backed up by junior forward Elijah Hughes and sophomore forward Oshae Brissett who both average 14.8 points per game. One area of concern that Holtmann stressed was rebounding. He noted his team’s struggles in that department and how that will be a key component of Wednesday night’s matchup. Brissett and Hughes lead the way for the Orange on the boards, with senior center Paschal Chukwu also being a force around the basket at 7 feet 2 inches tall.Chukwu injured his groin in last week’s game against Colgate and his status for Wednesday night’s matchup is up in the air. If Chukwu can’t go, the Buckeyes will likely get a healthy dose a pair of sophomore forwards in Bourama Sidibe and Marek Dolezaj. Sidibe averages five points and five rebounds per game while Dolezaj averages more than three points a game to go with just over two rebounds per game. Ohio State takes on Syracuse at home at 7:15 p.m. on Wednesday.
Juventus have announced the signing of starlet Christian Makoun.Makoun was a target of Spanish giants Real Madrid this summer with many expecting him to move to the Bernabeu.But the Los Merengues have been dealt a blow by Juventus who moved swiftly to sign the teenage Venezuelan.Juventus began negotiations with Venezuelan side Zamora last week and have moved quickly to sign the teenage midfield sensation from the grasp of Real Madrid.“Let’s talk about Frederic Makoun Reyes, a Venezuelan midfielder and central defender with a Belgian passport who has joined Juventus from Asociačín Civil Zamora FC.” Juventus said in their official statement, according to Calciomercato. Fiorentina owner: “Ribery played better than Ronaldo!” Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Fiorentina owner Rocco Commisso was left gushing over Franck Ribery’s performance against Juventus, which he rates above that of even Cristiano Ronaldo’s.Un nuovo arrivo per la nostra #Primavera: Frederick Makoun Reyes! ➡️ https://t.co/6QJWpbJuL8 #JuventusYouth pic.twitter.com/o4kTseT1jH— JuventusFC Youth (@JuventusFCYouth) July 20, 2018Makoun, 20, has a lot of experience despite his young age, he has played in the Copa Libertadores and the Copa Sudamericana. He also played a huge part in Zamora winning the Venezuelan League last season, making a vast number of appearances for the team.Makoun joins Emre Can, Leandro Spinazzola, Mattia Caldara and Cristiano Ronaldo as the summer additions of the Old Lady so far this summer.
August 10, 2018 FacebookTwitter Posted: August 10, 2018 Categories: Local San Diego News KUSI Newsroom Updated: 1:19 PM KUSI Newsroom, Man who threatened Torrey Pines High School sent to jail, treatment SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – A former Torrey Pines High School student who posted threats targeting the school on his Instagram account was sentenced Friday to a year in custody, with at least six months to be served at a residential alcohol and mental health treatment facility.Kevin Matlak, 21, pleaded guilty last month to one count of making a criminal threat.Superior Court Judge Polly Shamoon placed Matlak on five years probation and ordered him to stay away from Torrey Pines High and have no contact with three people named in a criminal complaint.Defense attorney Brian Watkins said Matlak didn’t threaten anyone directly, but three former classmates — whom the defendant didn’t know — read his posts on Instagram and felt threatened by them.The classmates of Matlak’s who graduated in 2015 reported the threats to law enforcement on May 30, leading to his arrest.“I hate all of you,” Matlak wrote in one post, according to Deputy District Attorney Matthew Greco.“Get the (expletive) out of San Diego 2K18 before I find u,” the defendant wrote in another post. Matlak also posted a photo of him holding an AR-15 rifle in one hand and giving the middle finder with the other hand, Greco said.RELATED STORY: Former Torrey Pines High School student pleads guilty to making threatsThe principal of Torrey Pines High School wrote a letter to the court, detailing how the threats impacted him and his assistant principals, knowing that the person making the threats had not been arrested and knowing that they could be in harm’s way after they made the decision to keep the school open the next day.Kevin Matlak from 2015
Nach BaliyeTwitterThe ninth season of the celebrity dance reality show Nach Baliye will see a change in its format wherein ex-couples will reunite as pairs along with married/in relationship partners for the competition. The idea of getting ex-lovers together is to add some spice to the show.Salman Khan, who turned a producer with The Kapil Sharma Show 2, will produce Nach Baliye 9 as well.And now, the latest buzz is that Salman is not just the producer but will also take the judge’s seat. Joining him as co-judge will be his Bharat director Ali Abbas Zafar. The filmmaker told In.com: “We are still in talks. I have no idea how I will be able to judge the celebrity dancers, but it is going to be exciting.”It was reported earlier that Salman has been involved in the creative aspect of the show. Confirming the new format of the popular show, the Bharat star had told Mumbai Mirror: “Nach Baliye this year is going to be all about entertainment with our new concept of getting not just couples but ex-couples under one roof.”Meanwhile, rumour has it that Naagin 3 lead actor Pearl V Puri and Kundali Bhagya lead actress Shraddha Arya are likely to be part of the show. Both the actors will be participating along with their ex-partners. While Pearl will be seen with his former girlfriend and actress Hiba Nawab, Shraddha will shake a leg with her ex-partner Alam Makkar.Besides them, other ex-couples Urvashi Dholakia-Anuj Sachdev and Madhurima Tuli-Vishal Aditya Singh have already shot for promos of Nach Baliye 9 as exes.Other couples who are expected to get groovy as partners of the dance reality show are Prince Narula and Yuvika Chaudhary, Rubina Dilaik and Abhinav Shukla, Divya Agarwal and Varun Sood, Anita Hassanandani and Rohit Reddy, Drashti Dhami and Neeraj Khemka, Rohan Mehra and Kanchi Singh, Sana Khan and Melvin Louis, Sumedh Mudgalkar and Mallika Singh, Siddharth Nigam and Avneet Kaur. Nach Baliye 9; Salman Khaninstagram
Share Megan Kamerick/KUNMKate Noble speaks to voters at a listening session at Gonzales Community School in Santa Fe, N.M. She ran for a seat on the Santa Fe Public Schools Board.Will the election of Donald Trump, who once boasted of grabbing women by the genitalia and has a history of sexist remarks, create a wave of female candidates at all levels of government in the coming years?Early signs from the groups that work with women considering a bid for office suggest a level of intense interest not seen in at least a quarter century.Kate Noble had never considered getting involved in politics until she woke up the day after Trump’s surprise victory over Hillary Clinton.Noble worked for years in the economic development office of Santa Fe, N.M., and she believes a good workforce depends on well-educated citizens, so she decided to run for a local school board seat.Her political philosophy is distinctly un-Trumpian: “I want to be someone who can bring forward anybody’s and everybody’s good ideas. They don’t need to be my own.”The interest in running for office comes as women are still far from having anywhere close to proportionate representation at any level of government. In Congress, about 20 percent of lawmakers are women, while in statehouses, about 25 percent of lawmakers are women.In Noble’s case, she contacted the New Mexico branch of Emerge, a group that trains Democratic women to run for office. She ended up running unopposed and won.A Trump bumpIt turns out Noble wasn’t the only woman to wake up with the same idea after the election.“We saw an immediate uptick in interest in our work,” said Andrea Dew Steele, the president and founder of Emerge America. “And it has persisted through today. It’s unlike anything we’ve ever seen.”Applications for the group’s training sessions increased 87 percent after Election Day, Steele said.“Some of it is absolutely a reaction to President Trump and his policies,” said Jean Sinzdak, of the Center for American Women and Politics at Rutgers University. “For others, it is Hillary Clinton’s loss,” because the fact that we don’t have a female president “sort of woke them up to the idea that maybe we haven’t made as much progress as we thought.”Sinzdak oversees the university’s nonpartisan New Jersey training program, Ready to Run, which also has affiliates nationwide. Ready to Run is experiencing its own Trump bump with more than 50 women signing up immediately after Election Day. This year’s program is already at capacity, which Sinzdak, who has been running the program for 12 years, says typically doesn’t happen until March. The program has been expanded to accommodate up to 50 extra people.Both Steele and Sinzdak say the interest they’re seeing from women who want to run for office reminds them of what they saw in the early 1990s following the Anita Hill hearings. Hill had accused then-Supreme Court nominee, now Justice, Clarence Thomas of sexual harassment.After those hearings, Sinzdak said, “We did have an increase in the numbers of women running for office and we saw a big jump in the number of women who ran for and won election to Congress.”Local and state officesWhile Trump became president without ever running for another office, most people get their start in politics the way Noble is, by running for local office.“I don’t think people realize that a lot of the decisions that are made that affect their daily lives happen at the local and state levels,” said Ashley Sanderson, the executive director of Emerge New Mexico.But a surge in interest in running for office might not translate into women actually running for office, said Rachel Michelin, executive director of the nonpartisan training group California Women Lead, pointing to 2012 as a year that was supposed to be good for female candidates in California.“We had open seats. We just had redistricting in California. It was a presidential election. So we thought we would see this big surge of women getting elected,” she said. “What happened, though, was we just didn’t have enough women running.”That’s where groups like California Women Lead, Emerge America and Ready to Run come in to help guide women from signing up for a training program to actually running for office. Steele, of Emerge America, believes this latest burst of enthusiasm is different from past years and she’s confident that more women will actually run in 2018.“The biggest challenge for us is getting more women interested in running,” said Steele. “So the fact that women are self-nominating, are waking up and saying ‘I want to do this,’ is the biggest, most hopeful sign that I’ve seen definitely since the Anita Hill hearings.”As for Noble, she says she’s already learned a lot by running for office.“I have really liked listening to people, working on ideas, having people listening to me.” She says the school board campaign was a good test run for future campaigns. “I’m so energized.”Copyright 2017 KQED Public Media. To see more, visit KQED Public Media.
This year’s International Drama Festival highlights the various faces of Indian theatre and brings to the Capital 71 performances by renowned theatre groups from different parts of India and the world on same platform. It’s going to be a treat for the theatre aficionados in the city .This year, theatre groups from 17 states, representing all the four regions of the nation – East, West, North South will stage their performances on this international platform. Even countries like Sri Lanka, Japan, Israel, China, Poland and Germany which are steeped in theatre culture, brings in seven performances in this year. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’The inauguration will take place on Saturday, 4 January at Kamini auditorium which will be followed by play Chhaya Shakuntalam directed by KN Panikkar.Over the 15 days various venues will host various plays like, on Sunday, Sri Ram Centre will host Pampa Bharata written by KY Narayanaswamy, directed by Pramod and will be staged by Shiggaon Samudaya from Karnataka.Those Who Could Not Hear The Music, written and directed by Vikram Iyengar, will be staged at LTG. At Bahumukh one can see Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixThe Woman Who Didn’t Want To Come Down To Earth performed by Physical Theatre, Israel. A folk performances will be given in the Open Lawns by Bastar Band from Chattisgarh. At Kamani auditorium play titled Anji will be presented by Ank Theatre, Mumbai. Bengali play Urubhangam written and directed by Manish Mitra will be staged at Abhimanch.On Monday SRC will host play Imaan Imaan Paani written and directed by Mrinal Jyoti Goswami and will be staged by Bhaxa Xahityo Xonmiloni from Assam. LTG will host Purushasukta play by Abhijnana Theatre Research Foundation. Kamani auditorium will host Alka written by Manoj Mitra directed by Uma Jhunjhunwala and Abhimanch will witness Nautanki by Brij Kala Sansthan, Uttar Pradesh.On Tuesday, Life-In- Progress will be staged at SRC directed by Anurupa Roy and to be staged by The Katkatha Puppet Arts. LTG will host Sindu Kirilli by Red Wings Theatre Group from Sri Lanka. A non-verbal play Maya II will be presented by SACH (Sharma Art & Craft House) at the Open Lawn.Kamani will host Nihsanga Samrat, a Bengali play, and Abhimanch will host a play called Utsushi which will be presented by group from Japan Sankai Juku.Wednesday will witness Jahajin by Raaga Repertory, Patna at SRC, Pandavani by group Satyam Pandavani Party from Chattisgarh, Agnipatha directed by B Jayashree performances will be given by Natana Rangamantapa, from Karnataka and Trojan Women by Sri Lankan group Trikone Cultural Foundation.Thursday will start with Museum…Of Species In Danger by Agashe Being Association at Sammukh and Bahumukh will stage Ripples by Delhi based group Desaksi. Other performances will be Koi Baat Chale at SRC by Theatre Wala, Mumbai, Bhand Pather (Raaze Pather) by Dilkash Folk Theatre from Kashmir.Over the weekend SRC will stage Taoos Chaman Ki Myna by Gillo Theatre Repertory, Mumbai on Friday and Marathi play Ringan by Lalit Kala Kendra, Pune. Kamani audiotorium will host Gosain Pather by Kashmir Bhagat Theatre and Saudagar by Rang Vidushak, Bhopal on Friday and Saturday respectively.When: 4-15 January
Hello and welcome to StokeonTrentLive’s breaking news service bringing you all the latest updates from Stoke-on-Trent and North Staffordshire on Thursday, July 18. Our team of reporters will be updating this live service with all the latest on the traffic and travel and weather updates – as well as news and entertainment through the day. We’ll be bringing you the very latest updates in our live news feed below. For the latest news and breaking news visit www.stokeontrentlive.co.uk Get all the big headlines, pictures, analysis, opinion and video on the stories that matter to you. Read MoreTop stories on StokeonTrentLive Punter found hiding in bushes Driver named following fatal collision Police search for missing woman Follow StokeonTrentLive Download our app – You can download our free app for iPhone and iPad from Apple’s App Store , or get the Android version from Google Play . 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More here16:56Road cleared following accident in Farley Road cleared and traffic returned to normal, accident cleared on Farley Lane in both directions from Chained Oak Farm Hotel (Farley) to New Road (Alton). 16:51’Injured’ goose flies out of water after firefighters called to rescue bird in parkThe goose flew out of the water after the fire service were called by the RSPCA. More here.16:01Heavy traffic in SandbachHeavy traffic on A533 Old Mill Road in both directions at High Street.The A534 Southbound is also heavy approaching the junction. 15:39Accident on Farley Lane near Alton TowersFarley Lane near Alton Towers (Image: Inrix)15:38Accident in FarleyFarley Lane in both directions partially blocked, slow traffic due to accident from Chained Oak Farm Hotel (Farley) to New Road (Alton).Officers are currently on route to the scene. 15:37Broken down vehicle on M6A Highways Englanf spokesman said:M6 northbound between J14 Stafford North and J15 #StokeonTrent there is a van broken down in Lane 3 of the contraflow. Traffic Officers and free recovery on route .”13:12Issues on M6Lane 1 (of 4) is closed on the #M6 Southbound between J13 #StaffordSouth and J12 #Gailey due to a broken down vehicle. #TrafficOfficers en route.— Highways England (@HighwaysWMIDS) July 18, 201912:28Long delays now due to accidentOne lane closed and very slow traffic due to accident and broken down car on A500 D Road Southbound between A5271 Porthill Road (Porthill Bank, Porthill) and A527 (Wolstanton Retail Park, Wolstanton). Note change of details. Note change of location.One lane is closed heading towards Stoke. Initially reported as an accident and the sensors confirm that this is just after the Porthill Roundabout. 12:12Accident on D-RoadA500 D Road Southbound partially blocked, very slow traffic due to accident from A527 (Longbridge Hayes) to A527 (Wolstanton Retail Park, Wolstanton). 11:29Busy in Tunstall Heavy traffic on Brownhills Road / Davenport Street / Newcastle Street between A500 (Porthill Bank) and Tunstall. 10:50Vicky Road busy…A50 Victoria Road busy but moving at A5007 City Road. 09:55Delays on the trainsDelays of up to 15 minutes on Virgin Trains West Coast Northbound at Lichfield Trent Valley due to signalling problem. 08:56Queues in Weston Coyney Queuing traffic on A520 Weston Road in both directions at A5272 Park Hall Road. 08:56Busy in Leek New RoadA53 Leek New Road busy but moving at A5009 Baddeley Green Lane. 08:39Breakdown on M6M6 Northbound lane closed on exit slip road, queuing traffic due to broken down lorry at J14 A34 (Stafford North).Lane one (of two) is closed heading down to the roundabout. 08:13Issues resolved on M6All lanes now open on the #M6 Northbound between J3 #Nuneaton and J3A #M6TollLink following the earlier broken down vehicle .— Highways England (@HighwaysWMIDS) July 18, 201908:05As is Bucknall Road…Usual congestion on Bucknall Road inbound from A52 Leek Road (Lime Kiln Traffic Lights) to Hanley Town centre. 08:04Leek Road busy A52 Leek Road in both directions busy but moving at A50 Lichfield Street (Joiners Square). 08:04Traffic light failure in Shelton Queuing traffic due to traffic light failure on B5045 Shelton New Road in both directions at Pyenest Street. In the roadworks area.Temporary traffic lights stuck on red. 07:50Issue on the M6Lane 1 (of 3) is blocked on the #M6 Northbound between J3 #Nuneaton and J3A #M6TollLink due to a broken down vehicle. #TrafficOfficers and free recovery en route.— Highways England (@HighwaysWMIDS) July 18, 201907:43Busy at the Meir Tunnel Heavy traffic on A50 Westbound from Meir Tunnel towards the A500 D Road (Sideway Roundabout). 07:43Traffic light failure in Baldwins GateQueuing traffic due to traffic light failure on A53 in both directions at Woodside. In the roadworks area.Temporary traffic lights stuck on red. 07:31Stay safe this summer!Water safety is a vital life skill for children – and we have FREE lessons for 8-14-year-olds covering:✅Open water dangers ✅Cold water effects✅How to rescue yourself or someone else ✅Beach flags✅Currents✅Emergency help + more #SwimSafer https://t.co/TQWnX7nUX9 pic.twitter.com/BQVAxav6Bc— Stoke-on-Trent CC (@SoTCityCouncil) July 18, 201907:22Your forecast…Good morning! It will start off quite cloudy today across parts of southeast England with isolated showers, perhaps turning heavy and thundery in the afternoon. Elsewhere, it will be fine. Feeling fresher for most. Hannah, Jen and Chris will be here to answer all of your tweets. pic.twitter.com/6shbvz29Qk— Met Office (@metoffice) July 18, 201907:14Nice start to the day…Some of us are seeing a little #rain to start this morning and in the south this is the first rain for around 3 weeks pic.twitter.com/ENfGnvmhid— Met Office (@metoffice) July 18, 201907:11Getting busier on the A500…Heavy traffic on A500 D Road Southbound before M6 J15. 07:04Queues in UttoxeterQueuing traffic on A50 Eastbound at B5030 Ashbourne Road (McDonalds roundabout). 07:04Today’s UV & Pollen countWith fine weather around for many today, grass and weed #pollen levels will be high. #UV levels will also be high for most, so don’t be fooled by that fresher feel pic.twitter.com/s1J2BjpSOc— Met Office (@metoffice) July 18, 201907:01So far so good on the D-RoadTraffic moving well on A500 D Road Through The Roadworks Southbound before A53 Etruria Road / Etruria Way (Basford Roundabout). Dad slams ‘disgusting’ hospital window
October 25, 2000In the Arcosanti Cafe,the changing of one garment to another signifies the changing of the season andthe coming of winter. A large, long tubular garment hangs down from the Gallerylevel of Crafts III building to the Cafe down below. Its purpose is to circulatethe warmer air that rises to the Gallery down to the Cafe in the building. Lookinginside the air tube, a fan creates a downward draft inside the winter garment. Looking inside the air tube, a fan creates a downward draft inside the wintergarment. Photo by: DoctressNeutopia
The EBU has released a raft of new enhancements to its live subtitling toolkit.The latest release of the EBU-TT Live Interoperability Toolkit (LIT) includes new or enhanced features to allow broadcasters to quickly and easily set up a complete live subtitling test chain, according to the EBU.The toolkit consists of a repository of open source software modules and tests that can be used by broadcasters, service providers, developers, and others to develop specification-conformant products and to validate the EBU-TT Live Subtitling specification (EBU Tech 3370) which aims to improve the interoperability of live subtitling solutions for broadcasters and content providers.Release 2 provides a set of components for generating, validating and distributing live subtitles. Using one of the provided sample configuration files, an EBU-TT live subtitling environment can be created with a single command, according to the EBU.A range of BDD (Behaviour Driven Development) tests to verify the implementation against the specification are part of the repository. Also included are a very basic test web-based authoring tool, an automated producer of test live subtitles, a distributor, two kinds of delay nodes, a basic validating consumer node, a “resequencer” and an EBU-TT-D encoder, and a carriage mechanism (Websockets).EBU-TT Part 3 is currently undergoing the final stages of review and this release of the LIT implements most of the specification. The next release will include all the remaining components described in the specification as well as any final changes and will constitute a complete reference implementation, according to the organisation.