Tags: Baseball/BYU Cougars/WCC FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPROVO, Utah — Pacific scored in the ninth to hold off the BYU baseball team 6-5 on Senior Day at Miller Park in the final game for both teams.The Cougars (22-28, 11-16 West Coast Conference) were outhit 11 to eight on the day and tallied three errors as the Tigers (22-29, 11-16 WCC) managed to stay on top throughout the game and take the series 2-1.Pacific didn’t take long to get on the board as two throwing errors sent a runner across home plate for a 1-0 lead in the first inning.Daniel Schneemann answered with a solo home run to center field to even the game at 1-all after one inning.In the second, a single to right field and another throwing error was followed by a double to left field to score both runners and increase the Tigers’ lead to 3-1.Brennon Anderson led off the third inning with a base hit to left field and with one out, Brock Hale walked. A passed ball advanced Anderson and Hale before a single to left field by Keaton Kringlen sent both runners home to tie the game at 3-3.Pacific responded in the fourth and sixth innings with two runs off singles to right field and shortstop, respectively, to take back the lead, 5-3.Kringlen tallied his second hit of the game in the sixth when he doubled up the middle. David Clawson followed with a double of his own down the right field line to send Kringlen home for the fourth run of the game, but BYU still trailed 5-4.Defensively, Casey Jacobsen, Anderson and Nate Favero combined for a double play to keep the Tigers from scoring in the seventh inning.Favero led off the eighth with a single up the middle and advanced to second off a sacrifice bunt by Kringlen. A wild pitch walked Mitch McIntyre and Favero scooted home to once again tie the game at 5-all.A double to right center field sent a runner home to give Pacific a 6-5 advantage and ultimately the win over the Cougars.BYU honored five seniors in the final game of the season: Anderson, Favero, Kendall Motes, Rhett Parkinson and Hayden Rogers. Written by May 19, 2018 /Sports News – Local Pacific holds off Cougars on Senior Day Robert Lovell
Beau Lund Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailiStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — Here are the scores for Tuesday’s sports events:NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATIONIndiana 96, Chicago 90Orlando 105, Miami 90Dallas 111, Portland 102Sacramento 122, Phoenix 105Utah 139, San Antonio 105NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUEWinnipeg 3, NY Islanders 1Florida 5, Boston 0Calgary 9, Columbus 6Pittsburgh 6, Colorado 3Montreal 5, Ottawa 2SO Tampa Bay 6, Detroit 5OT Toronto 4, Buffalo 3Vegas 5, Washington 3Minnesota 3, Vancouver 2Arizona 2, L.A. Kings 1TOP-25 COLLEGE BASKETBALL(2) Kansas 72, Wofford 47(5) Michigan 62, Northwestern 60(8) Auburn 67, UNC-Asheville 41(22) Mississippi St. 90, McNeese St. 77(25) Furman 98, Elon 77Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved. December 5, 2018 /Sports News – National Scoreboard roundup — 12/4/18
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Last summer, Amir Bar-Lev‘s expansive Grateful Dead documentary, Long Strange Trip, was released, with the new music documentary getting viewings at iconic music venues as well as movie theaters nationwide before finding a home on Amazon Prime Video on June 2nd. Executive produced by Martin Scorsese, the film widely received critical acclaim after its premiere at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival, including two Critics Choice Documentary Awards nominations (Best Director and Best Music Documentary) in addition to receiving the stamp of approval from Deadheads around the world.The film examines both the rise of the Grateful Dead and its role in United States counterculture as well as diving deeper into the beloved and frequently idolized guitarist, Jerry Garcia. Across the multi-part, f0ur-hour-long documentary, the movie offers exclusive interviews from Grateful Dead surviving members, Mickey Hart, Bill Kreutzmann, Phil Lesh, and Bob Weir, in addition to other key figures from the band’s history, such as friends and family, crew members, famous fans, historians, and others.Ex-Grateful Dead Tour Manager, Sam Cutler, Gets Emotional About ‘Long Strange Trip’ DocThose who missed out on seeing the documentary when it hit the big screen or who don’t have access to Amazon Prime need not fret, as today, an announcement let fans know that Long Strange Trip will be released on DVD and Blu-Ray. The new release of Long Strange Trip will include both the original documentary in stereo and a new mix in 5.1 surround sound, plus a new track featuring commentary from the director, Amir Bar-Lev, and the film’s editor, John Walter.With Long Strange Trip‘s Deluxe Edition, which is limited to a production run of 6,500, fans also get access to six previously unreleased songs from the Grateful Dead’s performance at Hollywood Festival on May 24th, 1970, marking the beloved act’s first show overseas. Another bonus off the Deluxe Edition is additional backstage film from the Dead’s 1970 U.K. tour, as well as previously unreleased footage of “Dear Mr. Fantasy” and “Death Don’t Have No Mercy”, both of which were recorded in 1989.As band archivist David Lemiuex shared in a statement,Around 2003, while winding through the 16mm film outtakes for The Grateful Dead Movie in preparation for its DVD release, I came across a couple of unlabeled cans of 16mm film. I loaded the first reel onto the Steenbeck film viewing/editing table and was amazed by what I saw. … Not only rare, exceptional quality material from the performance at the Hollywood Festival, but loads of other terrific footage, showing the band at a Warner Bros. Records party in London (Pigpen surrounded by suits!), at a photo shoot (‘that’s one uncooperative bunch of musicians!’), at a rehearsal hall performing ‘Candyman’ vocal harmonies and, most exciting of all, backstage at the festival. This is truly some of the most remarkable, candid, and interesting footage in existence of the Grateful Dead and we’re thrilled to be releasing the entirety of this wonderful historical document.You can pre-order Long Strange Trip: The Untold Story Of The Grateful Dead here. To secure the limited-run Deluxe Editions of the film, head over to Dead.net, where these special editions are being sold exclusively.
On Friday night, September 14th, Pathway To Paris returned to San Francisco’s The Masonic for the fourth annual edition of the climate benefit. This year’s festivities included a diverse swath of talented artists including headliners Bob Weir and Patti Smith as well as Flea (Red Hot Chili Peppers), Eric Burdon, Jim James, Karen O, Dhani Harrison, Lucinda Williams, and Talib Kweli.For his six-song headlining set, Bob Weir was joined by legendary producer/bassist and Blue Note Records president Don Was as well as multi-instrumentalist Alex Koford, who’s been busy gigging with Weir’s former Grateful Dead bandmate, Phil Lesh, as part of his Terrapin Family Band. The trio, which featured Was on upright bass and Koford behind the drum kit, served as an appetizer for the upcoming inaugural tour by Bob Weir and Wolf Bros, the new trio comprised of Weir, Was, and drummer Jay Lane that’s hitting the road next month.The set began with a rendition of the Dead’s “Loose Lucy”, followed by “Only A River” from Weir’s 2016 solo album, Blue Mountain and “Peggy-O”, the traditional folk song that was a mainstay on Grateful Dead setlists for years. Next, Weir welcomed Ramblin’ Jack Elliott to help them through a performance of “Friend of the Devil”. Finally, once Elliott left the stage, Weir, Was, and Koford finished out their slot with “The Other One” and “Touch of Grey”.You can watch full pro-shot footage of Bob Weir’s Pathway To Paris performance below via Ben & Jerry’s. You can also watch more pro-shot video of the evening’s festivities here.Bob Weir w/ Don Was, Alex Koford – Full Set [Pro-Shot][Video: Ben & Jerry’s]Pathway To Paris coincides with the Global Climate Action Summit, bringing together high-profile musicians, artists, activists, politicians, and other public figures to advocate for cities to work to address climate change. The event takes its name from the Paris Agreement, a global agreement secured by the U.N. that encourage countries to mitigate their greenhouse-gas emissions, and seeks to encourage cities to meet and exceed the Paris Agreement’s climate targets. For more info on Pathway to Paris, head here.Setlist: Bob Weir w/ Alex Koford, Don Was | Pathway To Paris | The Masonic | San Francisco, CA | 9/14/18Set: Loose Lucy, Only A River, Peggy-O, Friend of the Devil, The Other One, Touch of Grey[H/T JamBase]
In this special podcast episode of “Harvard Chan: This Week in Health,” the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health examines how the state of Tennessee is taking action to more accurately track police deaths and police killings — and explore how that could lead to changes in how police forces operate.“We are starting with the basic principle that first you need to know what the patterns are and then you start doing the kinds of research to try to understand why,” Nancy Krieger, professor of social epidemiology at the Chan School of Public Health, told Voice of America in a July 13 article. Krieger led a study that resulted in a report published this past year.Tracking police killings and police deaths
Read Full Story Around half of eligible voters in the U.S. cast a ballot during the 2018 midterm elections. In the same year, 80 percent of the approximately 3,500 Blue Cross Blue Shield of Minnesota employees voted. CitizenBlue, a 19-year-old civic-engagement initiative led by Blue Cross staff, is largely credited for the company employees’ impressive turnout.Blue Cross Blue Shield of Minnesota is one of eight companies profiled in a new Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation publication titled, “Civic Responsibility: The Power of Companies to Increase Voter Turnout.” Authored by Sofia Gross, Ash Center 2018-19 Technology and Democracy Fellow, and Ashley Spillane, M.C./M.P.A. ’18, the report details companies’ efforts to encourage voter participation and was the inspiration for a panel discussion hosted by the Center last week.Both authors were present for the event alongside panelists Susan Goss Brown, president of the Gap Foundation, Scott Mills, president of BET Networks, and Craig E. Samitt, president and CEO of Blue Cross Blue Shield of Minnesota. Harvard Kennedy School’s Archon Fung provided opening remarks and actress Kerry Washington moderated.The event centered around the conclusion of Gross and Spillane’s report, that companies’ efforts to encourage voter participation, no matter the size, have a positive impact on voter engagement. Company efforts detailed in the report and described by the panel range in scope, from registration reminders to an Election Day holiday for employees.At the start of CitizenBlue, said Samitt, “the primary focus was essentially sending reminders to associates to get out and vote. Now it’s much more compressive… We give folks paid time off to go and vote. We send out magnets to remind them about voting dates. We have photo booths with selfie contests and other things to create excitement and enthusiasm.”Of course, not every company is prepared to jump straight in and deploy as many resources. Companies may be deterred by the “stickiness of politics” noted Goss Brown and feel they lack knowledge or experience. “We [GAP] make clothes and sell clothes. We’re not experts in voting laws and politics,” she said. But, in the end, “It’s better to do something than to do nothing.”For all the companies represented on the panel and surveyed by Gross and Spillane, it was critical that voter engagement efforts were non-partisan. The panelists also drove home that civic engagement efforts should be authentic and tied to a company’s mission. “Our [BET Networks] mission is to entertain, engage, and most importantly, empower the African-American community here in this country,” said Mills. “And when you think about the issues that are the greatest challenge for our community … addressing those are contingent upon civic participation.”Looking to the future, the panelists and Washington concluded that there are plenty of opportunities for companies to get started or increase efforts. “With the 2020 presidential election part of our daily conversation already, it is clearly not too early for companies to start thinking about how to encourage voters to participate,” said Gross.
During the fifth annual Dataverse Community Meeting from June 19 to 21, more than 180 participants, representing over 70 universities and research organizations from around the world, gathered in Harvard’s CGIS South building to learn about, discuss, and improve Dataverse, a software platform for publishing, citing, and archiving research data. Led by a team at Harvard’s Institute for Quantitative Social Science (IQSS), a growing global community of developers, librarians, archivists, and researchers develop the open source software, which is used by 46 production sites on six continents to host data repositories.Attendees and speakers held presentations, workshops, panels, and an ideathon/hackathon, working on issues related to reproducibility of research, scaling outreach programs, software integrations for increasing Dataverse’s data storage options, and enhancing interoperability between data repositories and tools for visualization and curation.“One of the hardest but most essential elements of an open source software project is community engagement,” said Merce Crosas, chief data science & technology officer at IQSS and university research data officer at the office of the vice provost for research. “This year’s community meeting has shown that community engagement is an unquestionable success of the Dataverse project. While we celebrate our project’s success, we are also reminded of the importance of our work and the work we have ahead. Through Dataverse repositories now hosted on six continents, we are together making data accessible to more and more people, enabling them to verify research results, develop evidence-based decisions, and solve future challenges with high-quality, comprehensive data.” Crosas and Jonathan Crabtree spoke about the Global Dataverse Community Consortium, which formed a year ago with Crosas, Crabtree (UNC), and Peter Doorn (DANS) as chairs. The consortium has secured bulk pricing for registering persistent identifiers for Dataverse repositories and plans to provide services to support the Dataverse community.Attendees heard from Martha Whitehead, who was just two weeks into her tenure as vice president for the Harvard Library, and Roy E. Larsen, librarian for the Faculty of Arts and Sciences. Drawing on experiences as vice provost and university librarian at Queen’s University in Canada, Whitehead shared her vision for the library’s role in influencing the layers of policy, infrastructure, and services needed to facilitate data creation, use, and preservation.A look at the agenda and presentation slides also show how the community’s work continues to evolve with an emphasis on increasing the quality of shared data. Yin Shenqin, director of Science Data Center at Fudan University in Shanghai, spoke about the Shanghai Municipal Education Commission’s highly distributed deployment of Dataverse installations across dozens of universities and how they’ve scaled educational initiatives that help researchers and administrators improve how they share data.Ceilyn Boyd, Harvard Library’s research data program manager, moderated a panel discussion with administrators of four Dataverse repositories, including Harvard’s free and open data repository Harvard Dataverse. The administrators spoke about the benefits and challenges of different curation models.To learn more about Dataverse and how to get involved, visit the Dataverse Project.
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Share Tweet Sharing is caring! Share 51 Views no discussions Court gavel. Photo credit: lazytechguys.comDwayne Telemaque of Belles was on Thursday granted $9,500.00 bail by Chief Magistrate Evelina Baptiste on three charges two of which were related to battery and wounding.According to complaints filed by Constable James E of the Commonwealth of Dominica Police Force, the Defendant Dwayne Telemaque committed three offenses on January 18th, 2012 at River Bank in Roseau.Telemaque pleaded not guilty to all three charges; wounding Tamisha Benjamin, battery of Tamisha Benjamin and theft of 1 memory card valued at $80.00Fagan Bannis, a farmer and trucker of Castle Bruce, who has a work relationship with the Defendant’s parents stood as his surety. He was asked by attorney representing the Defendant, Laurina Vidal-Telemaque whether he understood his duties as a surety and that he thinks the Defendant will listen to him.Chief Magistrate Baptiste again asked Bannis whether he understood his role as a surety and he said yes.She also asked him whether he understood that he is responsible for ensuring that the Defendant attends Court, whether he had sufficient control over him, whether he knows where he hangs out and his contact number.Bannis answered all questions positively and was declared a suitable surety for the Defendant.Police Prosecutor Inspector Claude Weekes requested of the Court that the Defendant’s bail conditions include; reporting once weekly at the nearest police station and that he does not interfere with the complainant or any of the prosecution’s witnesses.Magistrate Baptiste told the Defendant; “Bail is granted to you in the sum of $9,500.00 with Fagan Bannis as surety. You are to report at the St. Joseph Police Station every Wednesday between the hours of 7am and 7pm. You should not interfere with Tamisha Benjamin or commit any other offenses while on bail.”She warned Telemaque that if he failed to report at the St. Joseph Police Station, interfere with Ms. Benjamin or committed any other offense his bail would be revoked and his surety made to pay the sum of $9,500.00.The trial has been scheduled to commence on 9th June, 2012.Dominica Vibes News LocalNews Magistrate grants $9,500 bail for battery and wounding charges by: – January 20, 2012 Share