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March 2, 2021 | |Post a Comment

first_imgEarlier this week, we shared some unfortunate news from the family of Eric Lindell. The New Orleans musician is suffering some serious familial setbacks, as his newborn baby is on life support and, in the process, doctors discovered a heart condition in his wife. The one bit of fortunate news from this is the strength of the musician/NOLA community, who have rallied for fundraising efforts in support of the family.After a successful GoFundMe campaign, a number of musicians are taking this to the next level. One week from today, Friday March 25th, The Hall At MP in Brooklyn, NY will host a late-night fundraiser for Lindell. Confirmed musicians thus far include the “Piano Prince of New Orleans” Davell Crawford (keys, vocals), Gregg Allman Band guitarist Scott Sharrard (guitar, vocals), Elise Testone (vocals), Lindell collaborators Chris Fitzgerald (sax) and Arne Wendt (keys), as well as members of the Brickyard Band, Shady Street Show Band, and many special guests. There will also be raffles from photographers Marc Millman, Scott Harris, and artist Mattie James.ALL proceeds will go to the Lindell family, and tickets are now on sale via Ticketweb Cares. For those who want to give more, feel free to visit the GoFundMe campaign in progress. Lindell himself commented on how touched he is for all of the support. Read his note below:I can’t describe in words how much Sarah and I appreciate the love and support from friends and family and folks we have not even met yet. Nothing can prepare you for something like this. Nothing can be more upsetting than to see sick children …it’s heart breaking how many families are here at the children’s hospital…every one with a story.We found out our son had CDH and Duodenal Atresia in November and our doctors back home said there were only a few places in the country that deal with these high risk situations. We were informed that Colorado was the best and had the highest success rate.After our first call with them, it was clear where we needed to be and they said they wanted us in Colorado ASAP, so we left shortly after Christmas. Once we arrived, we met our amazing team of doctors and nurses twice a week…which are truly some of the kindest, smartest people we have ever met.The last couple months of the pregnancy where very hard on Sarah .. Due to the CDH and Duodenal Atresia she retained way too much fluid…so they did an Amino Reduction to relieve the pressure from her heart and lungs and to try and keep the baby longer, in hopes of further lung development.A couple weeks later our son Kay Chevalier Lindell was born on March 2nd at 3:30AM…weighing in at 5 pounds. He had his first surgery and went on Ecmo machine March 3. They noticed during the C section that Sarah was having irregular heartbeats…as soon as the baby was delivered they rushed Sarah off to an adult hospital where they monitored her heart for couple days.They finally discharged her so she could come back to children’s hospital and be with baby Kay. Shortly thereafter we had to rush Sarah to the ER where they found out that the left part of her heart was not pumping with the same pressure as the rest of her heart. They have her on heart meds and have discharged her with her own blood pressure machine.Sarah has been so strong and brave through all of this and is now in NICU with baby Kay. The connection between a mother and baby is the most incredible thing I have ever seen. When she talks to him and kisses him…it is amazing how he responds…love magic…it is true and powerful.There is nothing stronger or greater than a mother’s love. We have to love our families with all we have. Thank U to all of our friends and family for the positive thoughts and prayers…each and every one of you have restored our faith in humanity. There are truly some warm heart’d people out there. Thank U so much for thinking of us and including us in your thoughts and prayers.Eric Lindell & Familylast_img read more

October 6, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_imgThe self-contained unit at 7 Fourth Ave, ScarboroughMore from newsLand grab sees 12 Sandstone Lakes homesites sell in a week21 Jun 2020Tropical haven walking distance from the surf9 Oct 2019There are also two water tanks on the ground level and undercover parking for five cars.Upstairs, the main level of the home has an open plan living, dining and kitchen area that open to the big veranda with views of the bay — perfect for entertaining. The modern kitchen has plenty of bench and cupboard space and there is a bar area in the living room. 7 Fourth Ave, ScarboroughA THREE storey home on one of Scarborough’s sought after streets is new to the market. The property at 7 Fourth Ave sits on an 810sq m block across two titles and is set up for dual living. One the ground level, fully self-contained accommodation incorporates a bedroom, bathroom and laundry access along with an open plan living, dining and kitchen area that opens to a covered patio. The kitchen at 7 Fourth Ave, ScarboroughThere is a separate family room at the back on the home, two bedrooms with built-in robes and a main bathroom. A study opens on to the back veranda and there is also a second bathroom and linen cupboard on this level. The master bedroom makes up the third level and has beautiful timber floors and a private deck with stunning views. center_img The main bedroom at 7 Fourth Ave, ScarboroughOutside there is an in-ground pool with paved surrounds for those hot days and there are two garden sheds for storage and a carport for the caravan or boatThis Scarborough property is being marketed by Kevin Bostock from Waterfront Properties and will be auctioned on Saturday, March 4 at 1pm.last_img read more

September 17, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_imgOn the surface, ending the regular season with a 2-0 loss to crosstown rival UCLA would seem like a disappointment for the USC women’s soccer team. The Bruins (18-0-2, 10-0-1 Pac-12) outshot the Women of Troy (12-6-2, 6-5-0) 24-3 over the course of Friday night’s contest, including an 11-0 advantage in shots on goal, and came away with the victory to remain the No. 1 overall team in the country and secure the Pac-12 regular season title.Not quite enough · Senior goalie Caroline Stanley kept No. 1 UCLA off the board for nearly 80 minutes on Friday night, but USC eventually fell, 2-0. – Mariya Dondonyan | Daily TrojanDespite this, head coach Keidane McAlpine and his USC squad were more satisified than somber after the loss.“I say job well done,” McAlpine said. “I thought our energy was absolutely fantastic. We were playing the defending national champions, who have nine seniors that have been playing together for a long time. They have a lot of experiences together, and we are just now starting to figure out how we want to play and are getting some of those experiences ourselves.”The regular-season finale was played at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum and smashed the NCAA regular-season record for attendance in a single game: 10,128 fans came to see the “Battle for Los Angeles,” breaking the previous regular-season record — once again set at the Coliseum in a game between USC and UCLA — of 8,527 from 2010.“These girls may never play in something like this again,” McAlpine said. “We wouldn’t have been able to run that hard and that fast for that long without the energy of the crowd.”Senior forward Jessica Musmanno agreed with her coach’s sentiments.“You could just feel the energy of the crowd,” Musmanno said. “Even though we didn’t get the result we wanted, it was still a really fun game.”The record number of fans did not faze the Women of Troy, who turned in an excellent, hard-fought performance despite the discrepancy in shots. UCLA forward Kylie McCarthy scored both goals for the Bruins, first in the 79th minute and then again in the 87th minute to seal the game. The score could have been far more lopsided, however, had it not been for some stout defense from USC’s back line, anchored by senior captain and goalie Caroline Stanley.Stanley made eight saves in the game, helping preserve the 0-0 tie for the first 78 minutes of the game despite numerous scoring chances for the Bruins.“I thought by far this was [Caroline Stanley’s] best game of the year,” McAlpine said. “I thought as a team, our commitment to blocking shots and defending by sticking our bodies out there was absolutely fantastic, especially in our back five.”Musmanno was appreciative of her classmate’s efforts.“Caroline [Stanley] made some major saves,” Musmanno said. “Our whole back line killed it today. It is unfortunate that we let two goals in, but on the whole, everyone did great.”It is certainly encouraging for the team that Stanley played so well in the biggest game of the season thus far. The Women of Troy will need her at her best during postseason play, when the “win or go home” environment will bring about an even more intense burden of pressure.Though they allowed 24 shots, the Women of Troy were happy with their defensive performance, especially considering the discrepancy in experience between the senior-heavy Bruin team and the youth-infused USC squad.“I have all sophomores on my defensive line,” Stanley said. “That’s almost unheard of: the entire UCLA starting line is seniors. Despite being young, our team played like women tonight. They made my job a lot easier that it could have been, should have been and has been in the past, so I am just very proud of them.”Despite the largely positive outlook on Friday’s game, the Women of Troy know they still have things to work on to find success in the postseason, particularly offensively.“We could have been better in our front half,” McAlpine said. “We weren’t as patient when we got in their half of the field. We tried to force things down the middle of the field and they did a good job of collapsing the space in the middle. We needed to get the ball out wide a little more and try to get around the edge.”In addition to the weight of the rivalry, Friday’s game was also emotional for the four seniors on the team, as they were honored for their leadership and participation during their time as USC players. Fortunately, and unlike in years past, Friday’s game was more sweet than bitter for the seniors.“It was an emotional night obviously,” Stanley said. “However, in the past, this has been the last game of the season for USC. There hasn’t been hope for a postseason berth in quite a while, so it made it a little sweeter knowing that this isn’t our final game.”Though the Women of Troy do not yet know their postseason fate, they are expected to be selected for the playoffs after finishing the regular season with both a winning conference record and winning record overall. The team plans on using Friday’s game as a learning tool to improve before beginning their postseason quest.“I think the loss to UCLA will help us be even more competitive in practice this week,” Musmanno said. “We now know the level of competition we will see in the postseason. There is no team better than UCLA, the defending champions, and I think we stuck with them well for the most part. I think we can go pretty far in the playoffs, and I would love to see us play them again.”Despite not knowing their playoff destiny, the team has no shortage of confidence in their ability to make noise in the postseason, no matter who their opponent may be.“We’ve got a really good team,” McAlpine said. “I’m very excited about our future and how we played against UCLA. Yes, we can fine-tune some things, and yes, we probably got caught up in the moment a few times, but the truth is, we are only now cracking the surface of what our potential can be.”The team will find out where they stand on Monday during the NCAA Division I Women’s Soccer Tournament selection show at 1:30 p.m. on NCAA.com. The Women of Troy are expected to earn a berth, but will likely be playing on the road for the duration of the playoffs.last_img read more

September 16, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_imgLast Updated: 24th December, 2019 19:28 IST Russia Plans To Compete In Tokyo Under National Flag After WADA’s 4-year Ban The Russian Olympic Committee said Tuesday it expected that Russian athletes would take part in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics Games under the National Flag Written By SUBSCRIBE TO US Press Trust Of India The Russian Olympic Committee said on Tuesday that it expected that Russian athletes would take part in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics Games under the national flag despite a four-year doping ban. “The Russian Olympic Committee is a rightful member of the Olympic movement,” its president Stanislav Pozdnyakov told reporters after a meeting.’Made a decision not to agree'”Therefore we have every reason to believe that we will put together a team for Tokyo and do everything in our power for this team to perform under the Russian tricolour.” The World Anti-Doping Agency on December 10 banned Russia for four years from major global events, including the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, over manipulated doping data. WADA accused Moscow of falsifying data from a doping testing laboratory that was handed over to investigators earlier this year.READ | Odell Beckham Jr Addresses Helmet-throwing Incident Against The Baltimore RavensRussia has said it would contest the ban, with President Vladimir Putin slamming the sanctions as politically motivated. Speaking on Tuesday, Pozdnyakov confirmed that the Russian Olympic Committee would support the decision of its supervisory board to defy the WADA ban. Last week RUSADA anti-doping agency said it had “made a decision not to agree” with the four-year ban by the World Anti-Doping Agency’s decision.READ | Rafael Nadal Deeply Hurt After Manacor Mayor Accuses His Tennis AcademyThe decision will have to be communicated to WADA before the end of the month, triggering the appeal process in the Lausanne-based Court of Arbitration for Sport. Under the sanctions, Russian sportsmen and women will still be allowed to compete at the Olympics next year and the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics, but only as neutrals and if they can demonstrate that they were not part of what WADA believes was a state-sponsored system of doping.READ | Benoit, Karlovic, Kohlschreiber To Play In Tata Open MaharashtraREAD | LeBron James And Stephen Curry’s Rivalry Is Reportedly ‘pretty Real’ COMMENTcenter_img First Published: 24th December, 2019 19:28 IST WATCH US LIVE LIVE TV FOLLOW USlast_img read more