To access this article REGISTER NOWWould you like print copies, app and digital replica access too? SUBSCRIBE for as little as £5 per week. Would you like to read more?Register for free to finish this article.Sign up now for the following benefits:Four FREE articles of your choice per monthBreaking news, comment and analysis from industry experts as it happensChoose from our portfolio of email newsletters
Associated Press Television News Taijuan Walker pitched six shutout innings in his Toronto debut and Vladimir Guerrero Jr. and Cavan Biggio each hit two-run singles as the Blue Jays beat the Baltimore Orioles 5-0 on Saturday night.Walker (3-2), acquired from the Seattle Mariners in a trade two days earlier, allowed four hits and three walks and struck out four.Walker pitched for the first time since learning that his father and siblings, who live in Lake Charles, Louisiana, lost their property and belongings in Hurricane Laura.Relievers Ryan Borucki, A.J. Cole and Wilmer Font each worked an inning to preserve Toronto’s first shutout since last Sept. 11 against Boston. The Blue Jays improved to 5-0 against the Orioles this season.Guerrero singled off the left-field wall in the first inning to drive in two runs and Biggo’s soft single made it 5-0 in the fourth. Toronto won its third straight game.Anthony Santander and José Iglesias each had two hits for Baltimore, which lost its fourth straight.Alex Cobb (1-3) allowed eight hits and two walks over four-plus innings.STREAKINGGuerrero extended his hit streak to a career-best 11 games, while Teoscar Hernández matched his career-high 10-game hit streak.Biggio reached base for a 21st straight game, tying Justin Turner for the longest streak in the MLB this season.NO. 42The Orioles and Blue Jays elected to wear their No. 42 jerseys for the rest of the weekend.All big league teams wore the No. 42 on Friday night as a tribute to Jackie Robinson, who broke the color barrier in Major League Baseball in 1947.“We were given the option this morning and as a club we’re going to wear the No. 42 jerseys for the next couple days,” Orioles manager Brandon Hyde said.TRAINER’S ROOMOrioles: RH reliever Shawn Armstrong was placed on the 10-day injured list (retroactive to Aug. 26) with a lower back soreness. RH Evan Phillips was recalled to take his place. … Hyde said Iglesias felt no lingering pain following his start Friday night at DH, his first action since a stint on the IL with a left quad injury. Iglesias started Saturday at SS. … RH reliever Hunter Harvey (shoulder) should be activated from the IL on Sunday or Monday, Hyde said.Blue Jays: RHP Jordan Romano (middle finger sprain), who exited Friday’s game after feeling numbness, underwent an MRI and was placed on the 10-day IL. RHP Sean Reid-Foley was called up. … Toronto manager Charlie Montoyo said RHP Nate Pearson (elbow tightness) played catch from 90 feet, a quick progression from the 60-foot distance he threw from on Friday. … Closer Ken Giles (forearm strain) is scheduled to throw live BP on Tuesday. … SS Bo Bichette (knee sprain) continued to swing off a tee and also play catch. RHP Matt Shoemaker (shoulder inflammation) will begin a throwing progression on Sunday.UP NEXTOrioles: RHP Jorge López (0-0, 8.38 ERA) gets his first start with the Orioles on Sunday. Lopez has pitched in three games out of the bullpen for Baltimore since being signed off waivers from Kansas City earlier this month.Blue Jays: RHP Tanner Roark (2-1, 4.91 ERA) will start Sunday in the third game of a four-game series against Baltimore.Image credits: AP WATCH US LIVE SUBSCRIBE TO US Written By First Published: 30th August, 2020 07:11 IST COMMENT LIVE TV Last Updated: 30th August, 2020 07:11 IST Walker Sharp In Blue Jays Debut, A 5-0 Win Over Orioles Taijuan Walker pitched six shutout innings in his Toronto debut and Vladimir Guerrero Jr. and Cavan Biggio each hit two-run singles as the Blue Jays beat the Baltimore Orioles 5-0 on Saturday night FOLLOW US
Sumner Newscow report â€” The Wellington Aquatic Center, which was scheduled to open today, will not open due to the wet conditions. The pool is expected to open on Memorial Day.
Police are investigating after a another salon in Delray Beach was robbed on Wednesday.According to police, an unidentified male suspect is believed to be behind a string of robberies in the city.The salon, Palm Beach Nails, on South Military Trail has become the latest business to fall victim to the serial robber.Police say the suspect broke into the Palm Beach Nails salon by using a special tool to punch-out the front door lock.He then entered the salon and removed several hundred dollars from the cash register before leaving.Investigators believe the man burglarized three other businesses, which include a hair salon, a yoga studio, and a tire store.Police say the burglar used the same m.o to break-in and steal money from several Delray Beach businesses.If you have any information about the open case, call Crime Stoppers at 800-458-TIPS.“You will remain anonymous and could receive a cash reward if your tip leads to an arrest.”The Delray Beach Police Department urges business owners to take part in the No Cash Here program to deter burglars.
A woman from Stuart tried to escape a St. Lucie County courtroom last week. officials said. Rachel Christina Huss is facing felony escape charges.Last Wednesday, just after she was seated in court, investigators said 26-year-old Huss slipped out of her right handcuff, hopped the jury box railing, and then ran out of the courtroom.Photo courtesy: St. Lucie County Sheriff’s OfficeAccording to the arrest report, deputies captured her soon thereafter in a second-floor hallway.Court records show that deputies initially arrested Huss on multiple counts of fraud-four counts for the illegal use of a credit card and one count of attempting to use the ID of another person without their consent.
Facebook101Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Random Acts of Dance CollectiveRADCO (Random Acts of Dance Collective) is proud to present our first performance in the Fountain at Heritage Park in Olympia, Washington, called Random Waters: Dances in the Fountain on Saturday, July 29, 2017 at 5:30 pm. The performance is free and we invite all to come and enjoy.Random Waters photo shoot with Dena, Mary, Sally and Rachel. Photo courtesy: Random Acts of Dance CollectiveRADCO is a local dance troupe whose mission is to collaborate with our community to celebrate dance and movement. Through workshops and eclectic performances we educate, entertain, expand perceptions, and explore limits. RADCO, founded in 1999, is an eclectic and ever-morphing group dedicated to creating dances generally within the genre of modern/contemporary dance. Our dances range anywhere along the spectrum from completely improvised to choreographed and rehearsed, from very serious to insanely silly. RADCO is open to dancers at all levels and encourages and supports new choreographers. RADCO members range in age and experience from decades to novice. Our group is a state non-profit organization, working towards federal non-profit status. We are not affiliated with any school or business, but participants share the joy of dance, and we often collaborate with and involve the community in that joy as performance opportunities arise.“Random Waters: Dance in the Fountain” embodies our mission in our diverse modern and contemporary dance styles. One of our founders, Susan Gresia, was recently interviewed by Oly Arts. Susan says: “I always wanted to do a piece outdoors, an environmental piece, so I’ve been really excited about this performance. Since this fountain was built, it’s been a great place for people to congregate and for kids to play. The dynamics of water, the shooting jets, the sound, the location — It all makes it a joyous place to be.”The Random Waters performance will take place in the center of Heritage Park Fountain and will include community collaboration and the use of costumes and props including flippers, snorkels and umbrellas.“We’re hoping to have structured improv in the piece if the audience is willing,” continued Gresia. “I’m also hoping to have live music so anyone in the community can dance to live drums.”RADCO envisions a world in which dance and movement inspire people to connect, be courageous, and create. Over the years, RADCO has danced in many venues in the Olympia area. We have put on performances at the Washington Center for the Performing Arts during Arts Walk. We have also performed in the Olympia Dance Festival, sponsored by Johansen Olympia Dance Center. We regularly perform at the Illuminated Ball in support of Earthbound Production’s Procession of the Species. On October 6, we will once again be on the Washington Center main stage during Arts Walk dancing to live music performed by The Gravity Quartet. We love performing in this community. It has shown us so much support over the years. We look forward to many more years of bringing eclectic dance to our community.
By John Burton|RED BANK – It wasn’t just women who came to a rally at Riverside Gardens Park last Saturday.“More than 50 percent of our population is women,” said Errol Logan, a Bound Brook resident who traveled to Red Bank last Saturday to participate in the gathering. “So, it’s important to show our support for women and their issues. “Women’s rights are human rights,” Logan said.Logan was one of what organizers estimated were roughly 500 people – men and women from a wide range of ages, many with young children in tow – who gathered at the borough’s Riverside Gardens Park on the afternoon of Jan. 21.The intent of the rally, organized by the recently formed Greater Red Bank Women’s Initiative, was to show solidarity with the worldwide series of marches and rallies taking place that day. Those marches, initially in support of women’s issues, also came to include concerns over the environment, civil liberties and immigrant rights in light of comments made by President Donald J. Trump leading up to the election and since taking the oath of office on Jan. 20. Many of the participants were wearing the same pink hats visible at the events in New York City, Washington, D.C., and elsewhere. They held signs expressing their views and concerns.The Red Bank event, according to one of the organizers, Ellen Herman, was intended as a nonpartisan expression in the spirit of Red Bank’s tradition of fostering diversity and inclusion. But, as fellow organizer Suellen Sims said in her remarks to the crowd later that afternoon, “That diversity is always an ephemeral quality that can be extinguished too early.” Naulty has “major concerns about this administration’s changes to environmental regulations” and stressed how important it is to “protect this world and all who live in it.”Rubina Tareen, a Muslim who traveled from Pennsylvania to participate in the rally, told the gathering she came to combat fear-mongering. “We gather here today to meet ignorance with understanding,” she said.Red Bank resident Barbara Boas said she attended Saturday’s rally because she was concerned about the direction the nation could be taking with the new administration, especially concerning public education. “It’s not a protest,” she maintained about the day’s activities, “but an announcement that we are here and we’re not going anywhere.”“I felt strongly enough and wanted to be a part of something,” said Nicole Korman, Howell, who came with her 2-year-old son, Logan. “Clearly, something has to be done to keep our ideals.”“The real question,” asked Herman, “is where do we go from here?”“I truly believe the antidote is to get involved,” Sims said.Tim McLoone, the local restaurateur and musician who is active on many community fronts, served as the event’s M.C. and said he believed there is always something to be done. “If you can’t change the wind,” he reminded the crowd, “you can at least adjust your sails.”Lynn Cremona, Neptune, vowed to stay active and offered a warning. “If they thought we were uppity feminists before,” she said, “watch the next four years.” Sims said the day after Trump’s election it was important to reaffirm the shared beliefs of many in attendance. Of the treatment of the immigrant population everywhere, she asked, “Should they be tarnished as ‘the other’?”Several hundred people gathered at Red Bank’s Riverside Gardens Park on Saturday afternoon in a show of unity. Photo courtesy of Anthony V. Cosentino“The values we share,” said the Rev. Jessica Brendler Naulty, senior pastor for the United Methodist Church, 247 Broad St., “is basic human decency.”
VALE DORI: A rousing 10-length allowance winner on Oct. 28 following her third place finish behind Stellar Wind and Beholder in the Grade I Zenyatta Stakes here Oct. 1, this 5-year-old Argentine mare comes off an authoritative win at odds of 1-2 in the Grade II Bayakoa Stakes Dec. 3 at Del Mar. With both of her recent wins coming at the La Canada distance, Vale Dori is proven at the trip and should again be on or pressing the early lead under Mike Smith, who was aboard for the Bayakoa win. Owned by Sheikh Mohammed bin Khalifa al Maktoum, Vale Dori, who was a Group I winner in Argentina going 7 ½ furlongs, is now three for five under Baffert’s care and has an overall mark of 10-5-3-1. By far and away the leading money earner in the field, Vale Dori has banked $454,943. SHOW STEALER: Based at Los Alamitos with trainer Art Sherman, this 5-year-old mare by Eskendereya closed well to be fourth, beaten 4 ¼ lengths by Vale Dori in the Bayakoa at odds of 11-1. Owned and bred by George Krikorian, she’ll be reunited with Tyler Baze, who orchestrated an off the pace allowance win at a mile and a sixteenth three starts back here on May 26. With three wins from 19 starts, the Bayakoa will be her second graded stakes assignment. AUTUMN FLOWER: Last early in the Bayakoa, this Dan Hendricks-trained daughter of Flower Alley kept to her task late in the Bayakoa, finishing sixth, beaten 5 ½ lengths at 21-1 in what was her first stakes engagement. Owned by her breeders, Priscilla Webb and Thomas Traver, this 5-year-old mare has three wins from 13 starts.THE GRADE II LA CANADA STAKES WITH JOCKEYS & WEIGHTS IN POST POSITION ORDER Race 5 of 9 Approximate post time 2:30 p.m. PSTVale Dori–Mike Smith–125Show Stealer–Tyler Baze–120Wild At Heart–Flavien Prat–120Enduring Erin–Corey Nakatani–120Autumn Flower–Drayden Van Dyke–120 ARCADIA, Calif. (Jan. 11, 2017)–Third behind superstar distaffers Stellar Wind and Beholder three starts back, Bob Baffert’s Vale Dori seeks her third consecutive win on Saturday at Santa Anita in the Grade II, $200,000 La Canada Stakes for older fillies and mares at a mile and a sixteenth. The La Canada, to be run for the 43rd time, has attracted a field of five.Vale Dori’s most serious challenger would appear to be the Richard Mandella-trained Wild At Heart, who was second, beaten three lengths by Vale Dori in the Grade II Bayakoa Handicap at Del Mar Dec. 3. WILD AT HEART: Although never at threat to the winner, this 5-year-old Indian Charlie mare was clearly second best to Vale Dori in the Grade II Bayokoa and will hope to improve her position on Saturday when ridden by Flavien Prat, who was aboard for her seven furlong maiden score eight starts back at Santa Anita in February, 2015. In her only other try at the La Canada distance, Wild At Heart was a well beaten third to Stellar Wind in the Grade I Santa Anita Oaks six starts back in April, 2015. Owned by Ramona Bass, LLC, she will hope to get a stalking trip as she seeks her first graded win. With two wins from nine starts, she has earnings of $199,305. MANDELLA’S WILD AT HEART WILL TRY TO TURN TABLES ON VALE DORI WITH PRAT ABOARD ENDURING ERIN: Claimed four starts back on July 31 by trainer Richard Baltas, this 7-year-old mare by Kela has won two of her last three starts for her new connections and will test stakes company for the first time in the La Canada. Owned by Baltas and Paymaster Racing, she’ll stretch out a bit off a neck win going one mile in a second condition allowance at Del Mar on Nov. 11. Ridden by Flavien Prat in both of her recent wins, she be handled for the first time Corey Nakatani and can be expected to press the pace early on Saturday. First post time on Saturday at Santa Anita is at 12:30 p.m. Admission gates open at 10:30 a.m. For scratches, changes and complete morning line information, please visit santaanita.com.
Not what it says on the tin. Did not arrive with 3 brushs’ it only came with two and a comb.Did not take extended to come packaging was a little bit tacky but that didn’t seriously matter, i use this every time i dye my hair which is a ton and it hardly ever let us me down so well worth it. If your wondering of shopping for this and not use i defiantly reckonmend this, and it’s not much too expensive which is wonderful.Fast shipping and delivery, genuinely great and durable, pleasant brush bristles as well.Here are the specifications for the Hair Colouring Brush and Bowl Set:Hair Colouring Brush and Bowl SetCan use for Arts & Crafts3 brushes & bowlMore than the final few a long time i have by some means turn out to be liable for dying my wife’s hair for her. It employed to be effortless when she had a one color, but in the past year she has turn out to be thrilled by acquiring two colours, and this has turn into more tough for the likes of me who have no hairdressing encounter (i very own a land rover freelander, which the land rover entrepreneurs club insist is ‘a hairdresser’s land rover’, but ownership evidently won’t bestow hairdressing knowledge. )anyway, i purchased this as a cheap brush set to see if it would assistance me speed up and strengthen the dying method, and i wasn’t upset.The set is just as explained (brushes and a very little plastic bowl) and to be truthful i will not see any require to spend any additional than this. They do the job beautifully properly the brushes select up dye and transfer it to the hair, permitting you to get shut in to the roots, and unfold evenly as a result of the hair. The bowl is large adequate to accommodate the regular pot of hair dye and does a properly ample work of keeping hair dye (the purpose for which it is meant. )general a fantastic small bit of package, which speeds up dying, improves accuracy and application, and would not value the earth.Fantastic product and packaged properly. Great for at household or profesional hair dying.Reviews from purchasers :Money Well Spent!Great kit. good price.Every home hair dyers need!This product was good but I saw it in Savers two days after Good quality and cheap – can’t complain!Much bigger than I thought so quite pleased. The bowl is the size of a small I purchased this set to color my mum’s hair with senna. The brushes are strong and the bowl is a great form and dimension. Have utilized the set 2 times so considerably, so time will notify if the brush bristles maintain up.Incredibly low cost item but features properly for the amount of use i have to have. Cleans up effectively later on and bristles all effectively preset. Superior product without having the wasteful extravagant packaging.Is a must for people today that only want to do their roots. The kit has just about every brush that you want to do you hair without having throwing away the entire combination.Great quality and affordable – cannot complain. Bought these for making use of dye to my mums hair soon after using common bowls in our kitchen for yearsgreat to have all over to stay clear of applying and staining common dishes/bowls. The brushes are terrific to use, although a tiny rigid, but i desire that to the softer brushes, as i can get concerning hairs easier.Not confident why i didn’t get this a prolonged time back – i have just utilized the free of charge kinds that appear with the root contact up and reused till i at last believed i might get this. The sizing tends to make it so much simpler to blend up the colour (now i’ve had to go on to the hard-core stuff in my battle of the greys) and the extra brushes/comb make it so much much easier as well.The packaging does seem low-cost, but the shipping was speedy.They are all quick to clean up and use.The product came not long soon after it was requested,. The product came not very long following it was requested, it was accurately as it reveals on the photo.Very acceptable, with a excellent option of brushes. The bowl size is also great and really can help get a greater coverage of dye.Appears to be a good deal superior in the photo – my 1st considered was when i saw it – that it was like one thing from a discounted store. Funnily plenty of i was in a low cost shop in the past week – and what did i see – except this supplying it 3 stars as it looks like it will be okay for its goal (a stocking filler) – on the other hand i would recommend hunting in your local pound/two euro stores prior to acquiring thisokay i’m upping this by a star – my spouse nonetheless makes use of this and really likes it – as i reported it still seems like a low cost piece of plastic – even so she says its much better than the crappy brushes that appear with the dye kits.I am always obtaining into a mess when using dwelling dye kits (splashes close up all over the place) so i made a decision to get this package. It’s amazingly greater than i envisioned much too. I will upload pictures on listed here. The brushes are great and large and two bowl is deep. The brushes remaining so large usually means they can evenly utilize dye to the hair in its place of utilizing the one nozzle on residence dyes that i need to have to apply then perform in with fingers.A great deal even bigger than i believed so quite pleased. The bowl is the dimensions of a small. A great deal even bigger than i assumed so pretty pleased. The bowl is the measurement of a small canine dish the brushes are huge ( all over twenty cm extended with a three cm extensive brush for the wider 1). They clear very easily following a tint work.This merchandise was superior but i observed it in savers two times right after. This merchandise was very good but i saw it in savers two times immediately after i ordered this marginally much less expensive but with a cost-free apparent zip-up bag.Does the occupation, place the color in, mix. Does the occupation, put the colour in, blend it, unfold it on, of course, this is a colouring brush and bowl set thanking you kindly.Extraordinary cost for what you get. Fells a small plasticy but operates so very well – essentially cant believe how good value this is.I assumed for the cost that the goods would be modest, but they were just ideal, they were even larger than i envisioned. The bowl is easy for its measuring purposes if needed and it’s so uncomplicated to clean up, the brushes are all practical. I imagine we all assume that we want the one particular, but the excess brushes are convenient for there works by using way too.Packaging was a little bit tatty but it didnt have an impact on the set itself. Feel it was overpriced but it does the career and it was effortless to order on the net.
5 Ways IoT can Help to Reduce Automatic Vehicle… Tags:#autonomous cars#California#DMV#driverless#Google#Self-Driving#Waymo David Curry For Self-Driving Systems, Infrastructure and In… Related Posts Break the Mold with Real-World Logistics AI and… The California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) has introduced new legislation to legalize fully driverless vehicles in the state. It follows similar legislation passed in Michigan late last year.Automakers and tech firms are required to have a driver in the front-seat at the present time, to take control if the vehicle malfunctions. In California, manufacturers also need to send detailed travel logs to the DMV.See Also: Google asks judge to halt Uber’s self-driving program“This is really the next step to moving forward the driverless testing and also the public use,” said DMV spokeswoman Jessica Gonzalez. “A number of manufacturers will be ready to move forward with driverless testing over the next year to make this happen.”Cars will not be completely autonomous, an engineer would still need to keep watch of the vehicle from a remote location. The DMV did not say if it needs to be one-on-one monitoring, or if one engineer can monitor a fleet of vehicles.The DMV also wants the police and other enforcement agencies to be able to take control and move an autonomous vehicle from the road, if it is malfunctioning.People, get ready…to climb aboardWhile the rules have not been finalized, there is some talk of the DMV allowing regular commuters to travel in the autonomous vehicles, similar to rules in Arizona, Michigan, and Pennsylvania.The new rules will be enacted by November at the earliest, giving manufacturers more than half a year to prepare for the transition. We would assume some of the 27 manufacturers in the state are ready to move to this next level of autonomy.Google’s self-driving division Waymo is supposedly far ahead of other self-driving firms in California, according to a California automotive regulator. Even so, there have been accidents caused by the autonomous vehicle last year, showing that the technology is far from perfect. IT Trends of the Future That Are Worth Paying A…