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March 2, 2021 | |Post a Comment

first_imgUPDATE: It appears that Ween has subtly swapped the photo on their announcement to something less Prince-y, all but dashing our hopes for a Purple show. Not that we’re complaining about the band’s usual shade of Brown! Check out the new artwork below:Beloved rockers Ween have announced a brand new show, hitting the Roy Wilkins Amphitheatre in St. Paul, MN on September 15th. The newly-reunited group have played a handful of performances throughout 2016, but this new announcement has us intrigued.The artwork for the show appears in purple, with lettering at the bottom that is reminiscent of the “Purple Rain” font. Considering the show will be in Minnesota, hometown of the dearly departed Prince, it stands to reason that the show may serve as something of a tribute for the members of Prince.The Ween guys have not been shy about their love of Prince, especially in the wake of his untimely death. We recently shared some classic footage of the group playing “Purple Rain,” and Dean Ween recently told the story of breaking into a studio at Paisley Park, Prince’s home and workspace. Read that tale here.Ween and Prince are both acts associated with colors, Brown and Purple respectively, and we’d be delighted to see what happens when those colors mix. Pre-sale tickets will be released tomorrow, July 6th, and can be found here with the password BROWN, before a general on-sale here on Friday, July 8th.last_img read more

March 2, 2021 | |Post a Comment

first_imgThanks to Youtube User Osty Gale, we can now listen to every guest of the Grateful Dead jam in under eight hours. This audio playlist compiles all known tapes of The Grateful Dead performing live with select guest sit-ins, from David Crosby, Duane Allman, Ken Nordine, Ornette Coleman and Spencer Davis, to Branford Marsalis and the Gyoto Monks.In a conversation spurred by “The Crowded Dead Stage 1976-1988” discussion, the cognitive miser went on to collect all documented sit-ins spanning from 1966-1995, ultimately showcasing the evolution of musicianship, the timelessness of their music, and the jamminess of the Grateful Dead novelty.Let this entertain you:last_img read more

March 2, 2021 | |Post a Comment

first_imgPhoto: Jake Sudek On Wednesday night, Dead & Company made the penultimate stop on their 2018 summer tour for a performance at Albuquerque, NM’s Isleta Amphitheatre. The band took the stage in a somewhat unusual formation, with Oteil Burbridge occupying the space to Bob Weir‘s left where Jeff Chimenti‘s keys usually sit and Chimenti set up in Oteil’s normal spot to John Mayer‘s right. The reasons as to why the change was made are anyone’s guess. This writer, for one, thinks the thought process may have something to do with the musical sparks that have been flying between Chimenti and Mayer all summer—put them closer together, and maybe those sparks might glow brighter… Or, you know, it could have been for practical reasons with no deeper meaning whatsoever. But whatever the reason for the stage plot switch-up, those moments of magic between John and Jeff continued in kind in New Mexico.The show opened strong with a slow but potent “Mississippi Half-Step Toodeloo”, which swiftly led into “Crazy Fingers”, making just its second appearance of the summer following its tour debut at The Gorge. A short, somewhat-sluggish “Dire Wolf” followed, before the band picked up the pace considerably for a tight rendition of Johnny Cash‘s “Big River”, with Bob Weir leading the way on vocals. The tune gradually built to a musical duel between guitarist John Mayer and keyboardist Jeff Chimenti, the two trading bars over a bouncing beat anchored by bassist Oteil Burbridge and drummers Mickey Hart and Bill Kreutzmann.Dead & Company – “Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo” [Pro-Shot][Video: Nugs.tv]“They Love Each Other” followed—Chimenti’s organ and Mayer’s vocals buoying this swaying rendition of the Jerry Garcia/Robert Hunter favorite. A sparse, slow-burning “West L.A. Fadeaway” came next, making its first appearance since Dead & Co’s 100th show at Blossom Music Center. After a minor blues jam, the band diverted into “The Music Never Stopped” at a slower-than-usual tempo. The jam eventually picked up steam as it headed into the song’s ending coda, but rather than letting the train charge off the rails for some improvisation, the band instead shifted into Rob Wasserman‘s “Easy Answers”, as they have now done following each of the four renditions of “The Music Never Stopped” played this tour. Albuquerque’s “The Music Never Stopped” > “Easy Answers” also marked the third time this tour that the pairing closed the first frame—and the third time that it left fans with something to be desired as the show headed into the break.Dead & Company – “West L.A. Fadeaway” [Video: David Seymour]Dead & Company returned for set two with “Here Comes Sunshine”, followed by a breezy stroll through “Uncle John’s Band” featuring some of the evening’s most interesting improv. “Looks Like Rain” got the call next, making just its second appearance of the tour following an outstanding rendition in Hartford. The band made ample use of dynamics on this run through the Weir/John Barlow tune, bringing the audience on a journey as they navigated the song’s emotional peaks and valleys. An always-welcome “Help” > “Slip” > “Franklin’s” followed, with “Slipknot, venturing into “Space”-like dissonance and “Franklin’s Tower” capitalizing on the resulting tension with a cathartic release.Dead & Company – “Here Comes Sunshine” [Pro-Shot][Video: Nugs.tv]Dead & Company – Uncle John’s Band[Video: David Seymour]After an extended “Drums” > “Space” voyage, the band rolled into “The Wheel”. From there, they segued into a cover of Bob Dylan‘s “A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall” for the third time this summer. Finally, a sing-along rendition of “Good Lovin’” brought the set to a close, followed by an energetic reading of Chuck Berry‘s “Johnny B. Goode” in the encore slot.In the end, the show produced a handful of highlights (“Big River” through “West L.A. Fadeaway” was great, as were “Uncle John’s Band”, “Slipknot!”, and a few others), though perhaps not as many as we’ve come to expect from Dead & Co this tour. But that’s okay—their two-night Colorado run that looms this weekend promises to offer a bounty of highlights as the tour comes to a close.Dead & Company will round out their 2018 summer tour with a pair of performances at Boulder, CO’s Folsom Field on Friday and Saturday, July 13th and 14th. Later this summer, the band will make their final appearances of the year at LOCKN’ on with two scheduled sets on Saturday, August 25th, and two on Sunday, August 26th with help from renowned saxophonist Branford Marsalis. For more information, head to Dead & Company’s website.You can see a gallery of photos from the show below via photographer Jake Sudek.Setlist: Dead & Company | Isleta Amphitheatre | Albuquerque, NM | 7/11/18Set One: Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo, Crazy Fingers, Dire Wolf, Big River, They Love Each Other, West L.A. Fadeaway, The Music Never Stopped, Easy AnswersSet Two: Here Comes Sunshine > Uncle John’s Band, Looks Like Rain, Help On The Way > Slipknot! > Franklin’s Tower > Drums > Space > The Wheel > A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall, Good Lovin’Encore: Johnny B. GoodeA full soundboard recording of the show is available to stream now via Nugs.net.Dead & Company | Isleta Amphitheatre | Albuquerque, NM | 7/12/18 | Photos: Jake Sudek Load remaining imageslast_img read more

March 1, 2021 | |Post a Comment

first_img Coronavirus likely now ‘gathering steam’ Health officials expect coronavirus to spread worldwide The Daily Gazette Sign up for daily emails to get the latest Harvard news. “With the extraordinary scale and depth of relevant clinical and scientific capabilities in our community, Harvard Medical School is uniquely positioned to convene experts in virology, infectious disease, structural biology, pathology, vaccine development, epidemiology, and public health to confront this rapidly evolving crisis,” Daley said. “Harnessing our science to tackle global health challenges is at the very heart of our mission as an institution dedicated to improving human health and well-being worldwide.”“We are extremely encouraged by the generous gesture from Evergrande to coordinate and support the collaboration and by the overwhelmingly positive response from our Harvard colleagues,” said Zhong, who in 2003 identified another novel pathogen, the severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) coronavirus and described the clinical course of the infection.“We look forward to leveraging each of our respective strengths to address the immediate and longer-term challenges and a fruitful collaboration to advance the global well-being of all people,” Zhong added.Harvard University Provost Alan M. Garber said outbreaks of novel infections can move quickly, with a deadly effect.“This means the response needs to be global, rapid, and driven by the best science. We believe that the partnership — which includes Harvard and its affiliated institutions, other regional and U.S.-based organizations, and Chinese researchers and clinicians at the front lines — offers the hope that we will soon be able to contain the threat of this novel virus,” Garber said. “The lessons we learn from this outbreak should enable us to respond to infectious disease emergencies more quickly and effectively in the future.” Attempts to contain cases in China have proved ineffective This is part of our Coronavirus Update series in which Harvard specialists in epidemiology, infectious disease, economics, politics, and other disciplines offer insights into what the latest developments in the COVID-19 outbreak may bring.Since it was identified in December, the new coronavirus has quickly become a global threat, infecting nearly 78,000 people and killing more than 2,300, overwhelming vulnerable health care systems, and destabilizing economies worldwide.To address these challenges, Harvard University scientists will join forces with colleagues from China to develop therapies to prevent new infections and treat existing ones.The U.S. efforts will be spearheaded by scientists at Harvard Medical School (HMS), led by Dean George Q. Daley, working alongside colleagues from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. HMS will serve as the hub that brings together the expertise of basic scientists, translational investigators, and clinical researchers at the Medical School and its affiliated hospitals and institutes, along with other regional institutions and biotech companies.The Chinese efforts will be led by Guangzhou Institute of Respiratory Disease and Zhong Nanshan, a renowned pulmonologist and epidemiologist. Zhong is also head of the Chinese 2019n-CoV Expert Taskforce and director-general of China State Key Laboratory of Respiratory Diseases.Through a five-year collaborative research initiative, Harvard and the Guangzhou Institute will share $115 million in research funding provided by China Evergrande Group, a Fortune Global 500 company in China.“We are confident that the collaboration of Harvard and Guangzhou Institute of Respiratory Disease will contribute valuable discoveries to this worldwide effort,” said Harvard University President Larry Bacow. “We are grateful for Evergrande’s leadership and generosity in facilitating this collaboration and for all the scientists and clinicians rising to the call of action in combating this emerging threat to global well-being.” “We believe that the partnership … offers the hope that we will soon be able to contain the threat of this novel virus.” — Alan M. Garber, Harvard University provost Chan School’s Marc Lipsitch, an infectious disease specialist who worked on the SARS epidemic, details what’s going on What we know — and don’t know — about the coronavirus outbreak Coronavirus likely to infect the global economy Leaky international cordon may mean equivalent of worst flu season in modern times Harvard epidemiologist Mina says outbreak more widespread than thought, and uncertainties abound “Evergrande is honored to have the opportunity to contribute to the fight against this global public health threat,” said Hui Ka Yan, chair of the China Evergrande Group. “We thank all the scientists who responded so swiftly and enthusiastically from the Harvard community and are deeply moved by Harvard and Dr. Zhong’s team’s dedication and commitment to this humanitarian cause. We have the utmost confidence in this global collaborative team to reach impactful discoveries against the outbreak soon.”While formal details of the collaboration are being finalized, the overarching goal of the effort is to elucidate the basic biology of the virus and its behavior and to inform disease detection and therapeutic design. The main areas of investigation will include:Rapid, more accurate diagnostic tests, including point-of-care testing;Understanding the body’s immune response and host-pathogen interaction, including identification of biomarkers that can help monitor the infection course and disease progression and forecast the onset of critical illness and life-threatening complications among infected patients;Vaccines to prevent infection;Antiviral therapies that shorten the duration of the illness and mitigate symptoms among those infected;Treatments for those with severe disease. Business School’s Shih expects disruptions for nations trading with China and for manufacturers dependent on it for components for electronics, consumer products, and pharmaceuticals Related Coronavirus cases hit 17,400 and are likely to surgelast_img read more

January 18, 2021 | |Post a Comment

first_imgPixels ImageALBANY — New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has ordered bars and restaurants across the state to not sell alcohol to patrons who are not ordering food.“All restaurants and bars statewide will be subject to new requirements that they must only serve alcohol to people who are ordering and eating food and that all service at bar tops must only be for seated patrons who are socially distanced by six feet or separated by physical barriers,” Cuomo said in a press release.Under current law, only establishments that serve food are permitted to serve alcoholic beverages.The order Cuomo issued states: “For each patron in a seated party, an item of food must be purchased at the same time as the purchase of the initial alcoholic beverage(s). However, one or more shareable food item(s) may be purchased, so long as it/they would sufficiently serve the number of people in the party.” Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)last_img read more

January 18, 2021 | |Post a Comment

first_imgChristian Borle & Sutton Foster(Photos: Bruce Glikas) A surprising guest is accompanying Sutton Foster to Stars Hollow. Fellow Tony winner—and ex-husband—Christian Borle will join her in the upcoming Netflix revival of Gilmore Girls. Also on board is Tony nominee and Disaster! star Kerry Butler.The trio, according to Entertainment Weekly, will play three stars of Stars Hollow: The Musical, featured in the third episode of the new season. Fun Home Tony winner Jeanine Tesori will pen the score for the show-within-a-show. Borle and Foster are familiar with singing her work; the two starred in Thoroughly Modern Millie together, and Foster went on to headline Shrek and Violet on Broadway.Upon the initial announcement of Foster’s involvement, it was speculated that she would reprise her role as Michelle Simms from the ABC Family series Bunheads, which, like Gilmore Girls, was created by Amy Sherman-Palladino.The Tony-winning duo celebrated their wedding in 2006 following their stint in Thoroughly Modern Millie. They separated in 2010, but have continued to sing each other’s praises. “There’s a reason we got divorced, but there’s a reason we got married,” Borle told Broadway.com back in 2012. “She an unbelievable woman. She’s the best.” Borle has also admitted to becoming obsessed with Gilmore Girls while with Foster.A Tony winner for Something Rotten! and Peter and the Starcatcher, Borle will return to the Broadway stage this fall as Marvin in the revival of Falsettos. He previously appeared on the small screen in NBC’s Smash, The Sound of Music Live! and Peter Pan Live!. Butler earned a Tony nomination for her performance in Xanadu; her additional credits include Catch Me If You Can, Hairspray and Rock of Ages.Borle and Butler are the latest addition who did not appear in the original series. They join fellow newcomers Stacey Oristano—a Bunheads alum—and Mae Whitman, who starred opposite headliner Lauren Graham in Parenthood. Several leading, featured and recurring players from the original series (including Tony winner Kelly Bishop) are slated to return for the Netflix revival, with the notable exception of Melissa McCarthy. View Commentslast_img read more

December 20, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_imgBy Erik Rojas Arenas June 10, 2020 On June 2, the U.S. Embassy in Colombia, in coordination with the Colombian Air Force, donated biosecurity equipment to the medical staff at El Tunal Hospital to protect doctors and nurses treating COVID-19 patients in this area of the country’s capital.Safety masks and goggles, N95 face masks, vinyl gloves, antibacterial gel, and biosafety protective suits were some of the donated items delivered to Dr. Luis Fernando Pineda, manager of the Integrated Sub-network of Health Services South, who said that “this is a message of encouragement amid these difficult times.”Lieutenant Colonel Jorge Narváez, head of the Colombian Air Force Integral Action Department, highlighted the importance of the donation, made possible thanks to ongoing coordination between his institution and the U.S. Embassy in Colombia. He emphasized the importance of valuing and supporting health personnel in their tasks during the COVID19 pandemic. “We admire and respect you, in these moments of health crisis; we know that you are out there confronting the disease; you are putting your lives at risk, so you are heroes; keep working,” said Lt. Col. Narváez.For his part, Lieutenant Colonel Michael Jones of the U.S. Embassy in Colombia highlighted that this donation of protective equipment is meant to help El Tunal Hospital, and its medical personnel who treat COVID-19 patients in Bogotá city, to continue to work as safely as possible.last_img read more

December 16, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A former department head at Valley Stream North High School frequently made unsolicited passes at a pair of male colleagues and boasted about her past sexual triumphs, which created a “toxic” work environment for teachers and students, according to sexual harassment complaint filed Monday against the school district.The allegations against veteran social studies teacher Cecilia Sanossian, who became chair of the Social Studies Department in the 2009-2010 school year before recently stepping down, was the result of years of disregarded complaints and deafening silence from the Valley Stream Central School District, according to two social studies teachers bringing the complaint.“To see nothing be done about it…it really hurt, it really upset me,” Alphonso Daddino of Garden City said at Carle Place office of the law firm Leeds Brown Law PC.“We were getting ignored through every channel,” said John Brennan of Brooklyn, who claimed he was first sexually harassed during the 2009-2010 school year.Both men said they were victims of unwanted advances through the years and had to endure suggestive comments that disrupted the work environment and caused physical and emotional stress.Brennan, who is married, alleged that Sanossian would massage his shoulders and neck and caress his scalp even after he’d decline her offers, which made him feel powerless, he said.“I got to the point where I wouldn’t even go to our office anymore,” he said.In the complaint filed with the New York State Division of Human Rights, Daddino said he was touched inappropriately on his back, arms and shoulders. Sanossian also made lewd comments, such as “I give the best head,” explaining her preference for older men, and an admission that she and her sisters are known for their “great assess but not their breasts,” the complaint states.Brennan claimed that the sexual harassment would continue even after he had made official complaints to the administration. “Sanossian made comments to John such as: ‘I could just kiss you,’” and in one instance, invited him over to shower at her house, according to the complaint.Ten concerned members of the social studies department collectively wrote a letter to the high school principal last May detailing troubling comments and threats made against members of the department. Sanossian would openly brag about her sex life, including the time she broke her rib during a specific romp, the complaint states. She also referred to male members of the department as “FILF”—“fathers I would like to f**k,” according to the letter included in the complaint. Her fondness for one male colleague prompted Sanossian to compare him to a “hot fudge chocolate Sunday that students want to eat,” the letter states.Both men said on several occasions they explained their grievances to the school administration, including to the principal and assistant principal. Brennan’s first verbal complaint was made in 2010. Both men filed sexual harassment complaints, but corrective measures were never taken, according to the complaint.“She created a very toxic environment,” said Daddino. “I had to do something. I couldn’t let this continue.”Brennan agreed.“That’s why we’re at this point,” added Brennan. “We have to do what’s right.”Their attorney, Lenard Leeds, called the men “heroes” and said they’re trying to do what’s best for their colleagues and students. Leeds also suggested hypothetically that a similar complaint made by a female would perhaps attract a more aggressive response from the school district. Brennan, however, said they have not been shamed for speaking out and insisted that their colleagues have been supportive.Leeds called for disciplinary actions against Sanossian, who recently stepped down as chair and now works as a teacher. Leeds said he would leave it to a jury to determine how much the men should be awarded.“The district is aware of the allegations and is conducting an internal investigation,” Bill Heidenreich, Superintendent of Valley Stream Central High School District, said in a statement through a spokeswoman. “Due to matters of personnel, the district is not offering any further comment at this time.”It was unclear if Sanossian had hired an attorney.last_img read more

October 18, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_imgMauricio Pochettino has addressed speculation he is ready to quit at Tottenham boss (Picture: Getty)Mauricio Pochettino has addressed speculation he could resign at Tottenham manager next week, regardless of the result of Sunday’s derby against Arsenal.The Argentine has helped establish Spurs as Champions League regulars during his five-year tenure in the white half of north London but has cut a frustrated figure during the early stages of the new season.Spurs were stunned by Newcastle at home last weekend and are in the midst of an injury crisis ahead of their trip to the Emirates, a venue at which they haven’t won since 2010.Several bookmakers have stopped taking bets on Pochettino to be the next Premier League manager to leave his post, but the Argentine insists he has no desire to quit.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTMore: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man City Advertisement Mauricio Pochettino speaks out on speculation he will quit after north London derby against Arsenal Joelinton’s goal helped Newcastle beat Spurs 1-0 last Sunday (Picture: Getty)‘What I can say about it is that is stupidity and rumour,’ he said at his pre-match press conference.‘I have worked here for five years and now we are working Pochettino 6.0.‘Social media has created this problem But I’m not going to walk away after London derby.‘I am going to be here on Monday. I am then going away and coming back on Friday to meet Daniel.‘I will then watch some international games at weekend before coming back on Monday to prepare for our next match the following weekend.’More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal Advertisement Metro Sport ReporterFriday 30 Aug 2019 2:00 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link435Shares Commentlast_img read more

September 28, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_img TV celebrity Shaynna Blaze’s quirkiest makeover The home has been in the family for four decades.The former squash champion also added a bar room next to the pool and built in the garage to create a dining room.“My fondest memories are of entertaining here. Mainly because of the pool area and bar room at the back we’ve been able to entertaining a lot,” she said. More recently Ms Irving has updated the kitchen, bathroom and carpets. “(The home) has the most beautiful floorboards you could imagine, lovely polished timber floors,” she said.Built in the late 1960s, the well-maintained property includes four good-sized bedrooms, a family bathroom, a laundry with second toilet and a spacious living room. Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:58Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:58 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD432p432p216p216p180p180pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.This is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenHow much do I need to retire?00:58 MORE REAL ESTATE NEWS Ms Irving said she would be sad to say goodbye to her home of more than four decades but the time was right to move on to a retirement village. “When I bought (the home) I knew I wanted to be in the area,” she said. “As soon as the gent showing me this place brought me here, I said this is for me. “I’ve been happy ever since.”More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus13 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market13 hours agoMs Irving said one of the first things she did once the home was hers was to put in a swimming pool, which proved a hit with Elizabeth and her school friends from Yeronga High School. “To me it’s an ideal home for a couple with say two children,” Ms Irving said. “It is a very large house and it would be a lovely family home.“I think Liz was probably one of the only children on the street when we first moved here. “But a lot of people who were here when I bought have become older and moved on and now there are a few more young families around.” The property at 41 Orient Rd, Yeronga is being marketed by Darren Cosgrove of Place Woolloongabba for offers in the $700,000s. 41 Orient Rd, Yeronga, has hit the market looking for offers in the $700,000s.TWO generations of Australian sports stars have called this unassuming property home and now it’s now hit the market in Brisbane.Jenny Irving purchased the four-bedroom brick home at 41 Orient Rd, Yeronga, 41 years ago for $32,000 and moved in with her then 12-year-old daughter, Elizabeth. Ms Irving had previously represented Australia for squash and went as high as being the world number two in the sport — an amazing achievement.Then her daughter followed in her mother’s footsteps and unbelievably reached the same ranking for squash. She’s since spent the past 20 years coaching some of the world’s best squash talent. It’s time to lock your rent in now Jenny Irving’s daughter, Elizabeth during her playing days. Picture: Supplied. Budget commits to ‘most ambitious to date’ megacity Why punish the regions to save Sydney? FOLLOW COURIER MAIL REAL ESTATE ON FACEBOOKlast_img read more