FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailSALT LAKE CITY-Wednesday, the University of Utah’s men’s and women’s basketball teams host a Night with the Utes at the Huntsman Center in Salt Lake City at 7:00 pm.The Utah men return seven letterwinners from a 23-12 squad that advanced to the NIT championship game before losing to Penn State of the Big Ten Conference.The Utes will look to senior guards Sedrick Barefield and Parker Van Dyke for leadership. Utah should also be assisted by guards Vante Hendrix and Brooks King, both of whom are coming off of redshirt campaigns.The entire coaching staff, led by head coach Larry Krystkowiak returns for this season.The Utes’ regular season commences November 8 against the Maine Black Bears of the America East Conference at the Huntsman Center. Written by Brad James October 15, 2018 /Sports News – Local Utah Basketball Hosts A Night With the Utes Tags: A Night with the Utes/America East Conference/Brooks King/Larry Krystkowiak/Maine Black Bears/NIT/Parker Van Dyke/Penn State/Sedrick Barefield/Utah basketball/Vante Hendrix
Written by November 19, 2018 /Sports News – Local UVU Men’s Basketball Meets Hartford Monday Afternoon FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailLAS VEGAS-Monday afternoon, Utah Valley men’s basketball seeks its initial win of the season against a fellow Division I opponent as they face the Hartford Hawks at the Cox Pavilion on the campus of UNLV.The Wolverines started the season with a 96-71 win over NCAA Division II Westminster, but they have since dropped games to BYU (65-75), Saint Mary’s (63-92) and Utah State (46-65).The Wolverines will be meeting the Hawks, who represent the America East Conference, for the first time in program history.This is the seventh time in program history the Wolverines have played a team from the America East and they are 2-4 all-time in such games.The Hawks come into this game at 1-3, having recently earned their first win of the season, a 68-54 decision over the Quinnipiac Bobcats.Hartford averages 67 points a game thus far this season, while surrendering 76.5 points per contest.Redshirt sophomore forward, Irish national John Carroll, averages 16.3 points and 6.0 rebounds thus far this season for the Hawks.Should the Wolverines win or lose this game, they will play either the Iona Gaels or the Long Beach State 49ers Wednesday. Tags: BYU/Cox Pavilion/Hartford Hawks/Iona Gaels/John Carroll/Long Beach State 49ers/Quinnipiac Bobcats/Saint Mary’s/UNLV/Utah State/UVU Men’s Basketball/Westminster Brad James
November 10, 2019 /Sports News – National Scoreboard roundup — 11/9/19 FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailiStock(NEW YORK) — Here are the scores from yesterday’s sports events: NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION Final Boston 135 San Antonio 115 Final New Orleans 115 Charlotte 110 Final Houston 117 Chicago 94 Final Dallas 138 Memphis 122 Final Oklahoma City 114 Golden State 108 NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE Final N-Y Islanders 2 Florida 1 Final Tampa Bay 5 Buffalo 3 Final Montreal 3 Los Angeles 2 Final Ottawa 4 Carolina 1 Final SO Pittsburgh 3 Chicago 2 Final SO Philadelphia 3 Toronto 2 Final Washington 5 Vegas 2 Final Minnesota 4 Arizona 3 Final Colorado 4 Columbus 2 Final OT St. Louis 3 Calgary 2 Final SO San Jose 2 Nashville 1 TOP-25 COLLEGE FOOTBALL (23)SMU 59 East Carolina 51 (11)Baylor 29 TCU 23 (13)Minnesota 31 (5)Penn St. 26 (3)Ohio St. 73 Maryland 14 (10)Florida 56 Vanderbilt 0 Virginia Tech 36 (22)Wake Forest 17 (17)Cincinnati 48 UConn 3 Texas 27 (20)Kansas St. 24 (1)LSU 46 (2)Alabama 41 (16)Wisconsin 24 (18)Iowa 22 (6)Georgia 27 Missouri 0 (15)Notre Dame 38 Duke 7 (4)Clemson 55 NC State 10 (9)Oklahoma 42 Iowa St. 41 (21)Boise St. 20 Wyoming 17 Nevada 17 (24)San Diego St. 13 TOP-25 COLLEGE BASKETBALL (12)Seton Hall 74 Stony Brook 57 Texas 70 (23)Purdue 66 (8)Gonzaga 110 Ark.-Pine Bluff 60 (13)Texas Tech 79 Bethune-Cookman 44 (7)Maryland 73 Rhode Island 55 (15)Oregon 106 Boise St. 75Copyright © 2019, ABC Audio. All rights reserve Written by Beau Lund
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Suwannee Hulaween brought some incredible artists to the Spirit of Suwannee Park in Live Oak, FL last fall, as fans celebrated Halloween with artists like The String Cheese Incident, Pretty Lights, Primus, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead, STS9 and more. As the festival gears up to announce their initial 2016 lineup, fans can relive their 2015 experience with the festival’s new video.Watch the official recap below:—–Suwannee Hulaween 2016 is set to take place October 28-30 featuring performances from String Cheese Incident, My Morning Jacket, Disclosure, Logic, Umphrey’s McGee, STS9, Big Gigantic ft. The Motet, Rebelution, The Claypool Lennon Delirium, Gramatik, Lettuce, Greensky Bluegrass and more. Check out the full Phase One lineup below.
The Hasty Pudding Theatricals of Harvard University has chosen Justin Timberlake as its 2010 Man of the Year.Timberlake is a pop-R&B singer, songwriter, actor, and producer who is widely considered one of pop culture’s most influential entertainers. He came to fame as a member of the pop group ’N Sync, and followed that with a successful solo career. He has gone on to win six Grammy Awards and two Emmy Awards.The award festivities will take place on Feb. 5. The producers of the Hasty Pudding Theatricals, Kelly Conley ’11 and Steve Rola ’11, will roast the honoree and present him with a Pudding Pot at 8 p.m. in the New College Theatre, prior to the opening night performance of the Hasty Pudding’s 162nd production, “Commie Dearest.” A press conference will be held immediately after the roast at 8:30 p.m.Actress Anne Hathaway already was announced as recipient of the 2010 Woman of the Year award.The Man and Woman of the Year awards are presented annually to performers who have made an impressive contribution to entertainment. The Man of the Year award was established in 1963. Past recipients include Clint Eastwood, Tom Cruise, Robert De Niro, Steven Spielberg, Harrison Ford, Anthony Hopkins, Bruce Willis, and, last year, James Franco. Established in 1951, the Woman of the Year award has been granted to many notable and talented entertainers, including Meryl Streep, Katharine Hepburn, Julia Roberts, Jodie Foster, Elizabeth Taylor, and, most recently, Renée Zellweger.After going solo, Timberlake in 2002 released his debut album, “Justified,” which has sold more than 8 million copies. His second solo album, “FutureSex/LoveSounds,” was released in 2006 and produced four number one singles, including “SexyBack,” “My Love,” “What Goes Around …/… Comes Around,” and “Summer Love.” He is the first artist in Nielsen Top 40 history to chart four No. 1 hits from one album. He was the chief songwriter and producer on both albums, which have sold more than 17 million copies. He also has written and produced songs for such artists as Madonna, Reba McEntire, the Black Eyed Peas, Rihanna, and 50 Cent.Timberlake also embarked on a successful career in film and television as an actor and producer. In 2007, he received rave reviews for his performance in Universal’s crime drama “Alpha Dog.” He has also starred in “Black Snake Moan,” “Southland Tales,” “The Love Guru,” and “The Open Road,” and has lent his voice to DreamWorks’ “Shrek the Third.” A two-time host of “Saturday Night Live,” he won the Emmy Award for Best Guest Actor in a Comedy Series in 2009, while his sketches have become viral video sensations, including the Emmy Award-winning “D*ck in a Box.” Upcoming work includes the David Fincher-directed and Aaron Sorkin-penned “The Social Network,” set at Harvard University, “Shrek Forever After,” and “Yogi Bear.”To purchase tickets to “Commie Dearest,” contact the New College Theatre box office at 617.495.5205. The show opens on Feb. 5 and continues in Cambridge until March 15. The show runs Wednesdays through Fridays at 8 p.m., Saturdays at 4 and 8 p.m., and Sunday matinees at 3 p.m. The company then travels to New York to perform at Hunter College’s Kaye Playhouse on March 12 and 13 at 8 p.m. The tour continues to the Hamilton City Hall in Bermuda for performances on March 18–20 at 8 p.m.For more information about the events, please contact the Hasty Pudding Theatricals’ press manager, D.J. Smolinsky ’11. He can be reached at 516.729.7858 or by e-mail at [email protected]
View Comments The Broadway.com staff is crazy for Culturalist, the website that lets you choose and create your own top 10 lists. Every week, we’re challenging you with a new Broadway-themed topic to rank. We’ll announce the most popular choices on the new episode of The Broadway.com Show every Wednesday.When Andrew Lloyd Webber recently revealed a 50th anniversary production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat is in the works, we asked you to rank actors to star in it. The results are in, and (to no one’s surprise at all) you chose our Broadway boyfriend Aaron Tveit to headline the show. This week, we’ve been thinking about movie musicals (like a “scrappy” In the Heights flick). With movie musicals on the brain, we had to ask you which Tony-winning musical should become a movie. Some shows are based on films, but we’re talking about a movie musical! Oh, and we didn’t include the ones that have already been made into movie musicals. (We’re looking at you Hairspray, Phantom, The Producers, Les Miz etc.) Makes sense, no? So please tell us, which Tony-winning musical deserves to go Hollywood. Broadway.com Editor-in-Chief Paul Wontorek posted his list of top 10 picks here!STEP 1—SELECT: Visit Culturalist to see all of your options. Highlight your 10 favorites and click the “continue” button.STEP 2—RANK: Reorder your 10 choices by dragging them into the correct spot on your list. Click the “continue” button.STEP 3—PREVIEW: You will now see your complete top 10 list. If you like it, click the “publish” button.Once your list is published, you can see the overall rankings of everyone on the aggregate list.Pick your favorites, then tune in for the results on the next episode of The Broadway.com Show!
2SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Greg Crandell Greg Crandell provides strategy, market planning, business development, and management consulting to financial technology firms and their clients – Credit Unions and Banks. For more years than he wishes to admit, … Web: queryconsultinggroup.com Details What do we need to change to compete? In the Front and Back office? At a recent conference, focused on digital transformation and customer engagement, I was impressed by both the roster of speakers and the discussions among the participants, including their reactions to the thoughts and suggestions proffered by speakers. But, after listening to keynote speakers talk about the need to “learn from the strategies of large global ‘network platform’ companies and the biggest banks, I couldn’t help but think back to a scene in the film “Moneyball” when Brad Pitt’s character, Billy Beane, tried to explain to his scouting staff why their plans to compete with the New York Yankees would fail.In this early crucial scene, the scouts are trying to tell Billy Beane which available players should be signed by the A’s as replacements for “star players” who left to join the New York Yankees and other large revenue ballclubs that can afford to pay them much more than can the A’s. Beane points out, again and again, that those departed players cannot be replaced by the A’s because the A’s simply don’t have the resources to pursue the same competitive strategies as the wealthy ballclubs. The A’s, according to Beane, must find another way to play, another way to compete, if they want to win.“If we try to play like the Yankees in here, we will lose to the Yankees out there.”Billy Beane had an epiphany regarding Baseball’s conventional wisdom. He realized there was another way to compete, different from the way in which the Yankees, Red Sox and other large revenue teams went about it. And he knew he had to employ that “other way” because his organization was smaller, less wealthy, and more susceptible to risk and financial failure than those big market teams. Beane had no other choice. Given the A’s capabilities and resources and small margin for error, he had to ask and answer questions focused on the A’s real strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats (the age-old standard approach to building a competitive strategy).Credit Unions, like the Oakland A’s have no other choice but to find ways to compete that fit their competitive situation, their resources and their ability to absorb risk. How do they do that? By asking fundamental questions that help you find your way to “your best self.”Real learning starts when you ask questions relevant to your situation.With Moneyball quotes running through my mind, I came away thinking just how important it is to ask questions regarding both content and context when people are sharing information and suggesting a path forward.Asking about “content” helps you to confirm your understanding of what is being shared; but equally important (maybe more important) is the act of asking questions regarding the “context” of that content. By this I mean “is the information being shared relevant to your situation?” To answer that question, you must ask a series of questions, all of which pertain to the state of your organization and how you can use the new information to help you act in your own environment.The above is a long way to say “all of what you just said makes sense, now I need to determine if and how the information applies to my situation. To do that I need to ask questions directly relevant to my world.”When Thinking, Planning and Acting on the Challenges of Digital Transformation, Follow Your Own Lead.Your organization isn’t JPMorganChase and you aren’t its CEO, Jamie Dimon. In other words, you aren’t the New York Yankees. So, take note of what they do, but focus on you. When building your plan to evolve successfully in this digital age, ask the questions that ground you in your environment and focus you on your capabilities, resources, opportunities and threats. Ask yourselves…Do we know our transformation objectives and timelines? How much time do we have? How do we need to change it? Do we know what to measure and how to measure it? Do we have the information we need to plan and act? Where do we find it and how do we use it? How do we balance “old” and “new?” How do we plan and budget for our agile journey? How do we know when we are risking too much?Can we afford to fail at this initiative? Can we recover from it if we do? How must we organize for innovation? Do we have champions? How do we engage the entire organization?
Topics : The total number of cases in the region has risen to 58,168 from 32,442 on March 26, the WHO said, on a day when global COVID-19 cases crossed the 1 million mark.One of the countries worst affected by conflict is Yemen, where the World Bank said on Thursday it would provide $26.9 million in emergency funding to help the WHO and local authorities improve capacity for detecting, containing and treating the coronavirus.Yemen has not confirmed any coronavirus cases but is seen as especially vulnerable because a five-year conflict has brought its health system to the brink of collapse.It has already been struggling with overlapping infectious diseases including cholera, diphtheria and dengue fever, and large numbers of people have been displaced by the war.About 24 million out of a population of 29 million need humanitarian assistance. There are no doctors in 18% of the country’s districts, most healthcare workers have not been paid for at least two years, and COVID-19 testing kits are available for just 600 people, according to the World Bank.”The epidemic does pose unique public health risks in Yemen … given the already weak health system and the high vulnerability among the population,” said Marina Wes, the bank’s country director. Governments in the Middle East need to act fast to limit the spread of the coronavirus after cases rose to nearly 60,000, almost double their level a week earlier, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Thursday.”New cases have been reported in some of the most vulnerable countries with fragile health systems,” said Ahmed Al-Mandhari, the WHO’s director for the Eastern Mediterranean region, which includes Pakistan, Afghanistan, Somalia and Djibouti, as well as Middle Eastern states.”Even in countries with stronger heath systems, we have seen a worrying spike in the numbers of cases and deaths reported,” he said in a statement. Outside of Iran, which has reported just over 50,000 cases, confirmed coronavirus numbers have been relatively low in the Middle East compared to Europe, the United States and Asia.But health officials fear that cases of the highly contagious respiratory illness caused by the virus are under-reported and that many countries with weak governments and health systems eroded by conflict will struggle to cope.”I cannot stress enough the urgency of the situation,” said Mandhari. “The increasing numbers of cases show that transmission is rapidly occurring at local and community levels.””We still have a window of opportunity, but this window is slowly closing day by day,” he added.
John Longhurst’s home at 105 Wongawallan Rd, Tamborine Mountain has sold.THE founder of Dreamworld, John Longhurst, has sold his sprawling Tamborine Mountain mansion for a multi-million dollar figure.The 85-year-old developer has owned the property since 2010, after purchasing it from former Broadbeach Councillor Eddy Sarroff for $2.3 million.Presitge Property Agents principal Amir Mian and agent Nick Zhang negotiated the sale but would not disclose the purchase price. 105 Wongawallan Rd, Tamborine Mountain.The kitchen has Quartstone benchtops, Miele appliances and a butlers pantry, while the home theatre has leather recliner seating for eight.There is an open plan room on the top floor that features a kitchen, walk-through robe, ensuites bathroom and sliding glass doors. 105 Wongawallan Rd, Tamborine Mountain.The three-storey five-bedroom, four-bathroom home at 105 Wongawallan Rd had been on and off the market for more than a year through different agencies.Mr Longhurst spent about $5 million redeveloping the property but has never permanently lived in the hilltop residence.Inside, it is influenced by American architecture, complete with a chandelier made of elk antlers. 105 Wongawallan Rd, Tamborine Mountain.John Longhurst is one of the Gold Coast’s most successful businessmen.In 1989, he sold Dreamworld for $180 million and sold his remaining share of the Logan Hyperdome to Queensland Investment Corporation for $350 million in 2013.In 2012, he was inducted into the Gold Coast Business Awards Hall of Fame. 105 Wongawallan Rd, Tamborine Mountain.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North11 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day agoOutside, the home has a distinctive A-frame shape, with a protruding rectangular section housing the master bedroom, a walk-in dressing room and an ensuite with a spa set in a marble podium.Set on 7.1ha, the property has two dams and underground rainwater tanks.There is also a stainless steel elevator to all levels of the home.A self-contained guest or housekeeper’s suite is located on the north side of the house, which overlooks a manicured garden.