The SunFest 2020 music and art festival along the West Palm Beach Waterfront April 30 – May 3, 2020. There are three stages that will host almost 50 bands over the four day event.The national headliners scheduled to perform on the Ford, Tire Kingdom and Airtab stages include:Cage The ElephantDarius RuckerIlleniumSlightly StoopidA Boogie Wit Da HoodieAdam LambertAJRJJ Grey & MofroJuanesKevin Gates+Live+Melissa EtheridgeNellyNe-YoThe RevivalistsSean PaulTower Of PowerscarypoolpartyAngie RoseBailey BryanThe BonfyreBrandon “Taz” NiederauerBre KennedyChildish MajorColony HouseJazz CartierJo Mersa MarleyLarry FleetMaggie KoernerMagnolia BoulevardThe Main SqueezeRic WilsonSouthern AvenueWilliam BlackPeter DoneganLeo Aether“It’s exciting when we get to announce the line-up and bring attention to the upcoming festival,” SunFest Executive Director Paul Jamieson told WPTV. “We aim to present national and local artists who appeal across generations and musical tastes. SunFest has become a very unique time of year that brings people from all walks of life and of all ages together in a perfect setting. That, as much as music, is what makes SunFest so special. For many people SunFest is more than an event, it’s a state of mind.”Buy your tickets before Friday, Feb. 28 to get the deepest discount. A four-day pass is 483, a two-day pass is $65, and a one-day pass is $40.
Mackenzie Weaver shouted out “Believe in each other!” as she stared at her Syracuse teammates. The Orange trailed Connecticut by two points early in the fourth set already trailing in the match, two sets to one.But Weaver’s plea went unanswered.When UConn held match point later in the set, SU players slumped their shoulders as a game of back-and-forth leads culminated in the final straw that broke the Orange.“To go and start hitting our head on the wall just because we lost and pulling our hair…but we aren’t going to learn anything like that,” SU head coach Leonid Yelin said. “We just have to learn and it’s going to be painful … as much pain as I have, I keep it inside and just got to be patient as much as I can.”Despite both teams hanging within two points in every set, Syracuse (0-1) fell to the Huskies (1-0), 3-1, on Friday night at the Women’s Building. In its season opener, the Orange blew multiple leads. SU clawed back, but it wasn’t enough.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThroughout the course of the game, Syracuse players like Amber Witherspoon took large leaps seeking big plays that ultimately did not add up to the extra few points needed in every set the Orange lost.“I’m going in to hit it every time,” Witherspoon said. “… I just want to make the play.”Last year’s roster featured four seniors while this year’s includes none. There are 12 players on SU who are either freshmen or sophomores. That’s why, Yelin said, he was frantically strutting across the sideline making hand motions and passing along information to his team.In the waning moments of each set, Yelin watched, hoping that a player would step up and demand the ball. Instead, the Orange lost control of the close battles they faced.Sophomore Santita Ebangwese said communication wasn’t the cause of the breakdowns. Each set came down to a small margin, except the Huskies were the ones winning the key points.When Connecticut was able to relay the ball over Syracuse’s front three, SU faced issues in consistently getting kills. The Orange relied so heavily on blocking tips from UConn’s side, its own hits weren’t able to provide an effective base to score consistently.While SU blocked 10 more shots than the Huskies, the latter used effective passing to their advantage with a 59-46 assist advantage that gave them 15 more kills.In close games, mistakes are magnified. Last year, Syracuse just barely missed the NCAA tournament. And while the slate is clean with 29 regular season games left to play, Yelin said he hopes his team doesn’t have a repeat performance of Friday’s loss.“It wasn’t really about good or bad,” Yelin said, “it was about what we have to do … and telling them with what happened to make sure it doesn’t happen again.” Comments Published on August 26, 2016 at 11:13 pm Contact Bobby: email@example.com Facebook Twitter Google+
In his 10th season as a head coach at his alma mater, Mike Eaves knew he’d have his hands full with his youthful squad. With 20 underclassmen, Eaves was pleased with how much they grew.[/media-credit]After an overtime wrap-around goal killed their season, the Wisconsin men’s hockey team boarded a plane home March 11 with the harsh reality of the offseason quickly setting in. The Badger Herald’s Kelly Erickson was eventually able to catch up with head coach Mike Eaves to discuss, at length, the Badgers’ volatile 17-18-2 season in this first of a four-part conversation. In the second part, Eaves will talk about defensive phenom Justin Schultz, his younger players in the third portion and rounds out the conversation looking towards next year in the fourth installment.Kelly Erickson: How would you define this last season?Mike Eaves: It was a unique season in terms of the tenure that we’ve had here. We just finished our 10th year, and it was unique in the fact that we were so young – two freshman goalies, 20 underclassmen – and going into the season we could say to each other that ‘OK, we know we’re going to be young and we’re going to have to teach and be patient,’ but then when the rubber hits the road and the verbage becomes a reality, you go ‘Wow, we’ve got a long way to go.’ And you know what? We came a long way. It was one of the most rewarding years as a staff because of where we started and where we ended. I said this during the course, especially late in the year, if it wasn’t for walking right by the standing boards every day, it almost surprised us that we were in ninth or 10th place. Man, it didn’t seem like that. I guess the reasons that we said that is we had been in the trenches with these young men and seen how far they had come, and we felt really good about that. The end product, when we were playing some of our best hockey at the end of the year and came up a dollar short and a day late and ran out of time, however you want to qualify it, and didn’t get to keep playing, that was the disappointing part.KE: It being your 10th year, do you wish that it had ended differently?ME: Well you always want to be playing at this time of year. It’s actually hard to watch the games on TV. I find myself watching then walking out of the room, then watching and walking out of the room because the difference between being there and not being there is a matter of an inch. We’re talking three or four games that we had different results, finding a way to get more goals. It’s hard watching this time of year, but it gives us hope for the future.KE: Focusing on one of your breakout players this year, Mark Zengerle, did you see that coming?ME: We were hoping. We saw the potential even as a freshman. He had five goals and 31 assists, 41 games, 36 points – you’re thinking, that’s not a bad freshman year. But there were areas where he needed to grow, he needed to shoot the puck more, to stop around the puck more and play more aggressive around the puck and be better defensively. He did all those things. His goals more than doubled, he had just about the same amount of assists, his shots on net doubled and his play away from the puck was much better. He was more responsible. We even started using him in penalty killing situations and key face offs. So he grew exponentially from his freshman year, but now you ask the question – and we will ask Mark this question – OK, where do you see yourself improving? We have ideas in our own heads, but we want to ask where [he] is at and kind of pick his brain a little bit and do this thing together because if we can have that growth again in certain areas of his game, then he’ll be world class.KE: Is it good to hear from a guy like Zengerle that he’s “100 percent” coming back next year?ME: As a younger coach, I would have said yes. As a coach that’s been through the trenches a little bit, I’ve heard that before and sometimes it happens and sometimes it doesn’t. Justin Schultz said the same thing and he was back. I believe Mark sees value in coming back, so I do believe the fact that Mark will be back. If he can take another step like he did this year, then he’s going to have a decision to make at the end of his junior year, but there are definitely areas that he can come back and improve. I think he senses that. The other thing is I think that third year of school, you get that third year under your belt, 90 percent of guys that get their third year done come back and finish. If you only get two years, only 50 percent of them come back. I think that resonates in Mark’s mind as well.
Breaking industry trends, GVC Holdings (GVC) European online betting subsidiary Bwin is reported to be pursuing a new Polish operator license despite a severe 12% ‘betting turnover tax’ being implemented this month.Having refused to restructure its new Gambling Act, amid protest from European industry stakeholders, the Polish government has imposed its new online gambling regulatory provisions.In preparation for new market regulations, this March operators Energybet, William Hill, OlympicBet, bet365 and Pinnacle announced that they would no longer service the Polish market, detailing that the imposed turnover tax made Poland, no longer a viable market for bookmaker services and operations.However, GVC’s Bwin brand appears to have taken the opposite approach informing its Polish customers that it will apply for an operator licence, allowing for its continued wagering services. The bookmaker further states that it is in ‘constant contact with Polish authorities’ regarding its licencing process.New regulations attached to Poland’s new Gambling Act have been criticized by several industry bodies accusing the government of creating business conditions which will favour state-run gambling enterprise Totlizator Sportowy.Last September the Remote Gambling Association (RGA) urged the Polish government to drop its new framework stating that its 12 turnover tax would significantly reduce competition, creating an ineffective marketplace where Polish consumers will seek to wager with unlicensed and unregulated bookmakers.The Polish Government has hit back at critics, stating that it will support its Gambling Act, with stricter access provisions creating a black-list and IP and bank transfer blocking to several European betting operators.Although Bwin has confirmed that it is in talks with Polish representatives, the operator is yet to fully confirm whether it will commit to the Polish betting market. Polish wagering report highlights STS market dominance August 17, 2020 Submit Share Related Articles GVC absorbs retail shocks as business recalibrates for critical H2 trading August 13, 2020 Jason Ader – No Boogeyman… Activism will play a vital part in reshaping gambling August 20, 2020 Share StumbleUpon
Related Articles Intralot strengthens U*BET offering with virtual sports addition August 6, 2020 Intralot accelerates Nederlandse Loterij retail transformation July 29, 2020 Share Intralot SPA Group Chairman & CEO Sokratis Kokkalis has confirmed that the Athens-listed gambling technology firm will undertake a full-scale operating review and cost reduction plan, following a year of corporate declines witnessed across all Intralot business verticals. Publishing its full-year 2018 results, Intralot records a -6.4% decline in group revenues to €870 million (FY2017: €930m), as governance reports diminishing growth across its core business segments of Licensed Operations (-3.5%), Game Management (-9%) and Technology Contracts (-12%). Adding further woes to the Greek gambling group’s 2018 performance, Intralot earnings would be impacted by severe FX declines against the € recorded across its Argentine and Turkish units, resulting in a 23% EBITDA decline to €116 million (FY2017: €151m). Further operating concerns see Intralot governance report slowdowns in revenue performance across the jurisdictions of Greece, USA, Australia and Argentina. Despite the operating declines, Intralot governance was able to narrow 2018 net losses to -€25 million (FY2017: -€58m). Nevertheless, closing a turbulent 2018, Intralot records further corporate declines in key metrics with regards to operating cashflow reduced to €88 million (€118m), and corporate net-debt increased to €615 million (FY2017: €510m). Retaking day-to-day leadership of Intralot this March, majority shareholder and company founder Sokratis Kokkalis has begun to implement a corporate restructure, following Intralot’s costly loss of exclusive Turkish tender servicing betting monopoly IDDAA.Updating the market, CEO Sokratis Kokkalis detailed – “The reported revenue and earnings contraction during 2018 points to the need for a wide reorganisation of our production and operational capabilities towards significant cost reductions and operational efficiencies. This is why we recently conducted a management reshuffle in order to design and implement a new cost-reduction plan through better synergies between divisions and between headquarters and subsidiaries. I am personally committed and focused on our mission to best address the needs of our clients and to improve the cash flow generation of our business through a combination of new business and organic growth opportunities, coupled with cost optimisation, while continuing divestment from non-core assets when market conditions are favourable.” Share Intralot enhances Malta games offering with E*SOCCER launch July 13, 2020 Submit StumbleUpon
“This was a gift from Mrs. Benson for the holidays,” the Saints said in a statement. “They’re coming in, and they’re calling their friends and family,” Williams said. “They’re very excited. It’s a good thing. It’s a good thing for the community. It’s a good thing for the store.”Benson, 71, became the sole owner of the Saints and Pelicans after her husband and previous owner Tom Benson died in March. Tom Benson purchased the Saints in 1985 and owned the team for more than three decades. He was 90 years old. Drew Brees, Saints credit Cowboys as 10-game win streak ends Saints and Pelicans owner Gayle Benson made a generous donation to several unsuspecting customers at a New Orleans Walmart as she paid off nearly $100,000 worth of layaway items. She made the gesture as an anonymous customer and it was later confirmed that Benson was behind it, according to WWLTV. The payments totaled $93,502 and covered roughly 408 items. Store manager Zena Williams told The Advocate that the customers were floored to receive Benson’s payment. Related News
Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error SYDNEY, Australia >> In the last six years, the Dodgers have played games in China, Taiwan and now Australia. Where will they go next?There are multiple possibilities, and Major League Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig said Saturday that “we’re working on several things.”“I certainly have talked about this before: I want to open and play some regular-season games in Europe,” Selig said. “The potential there is beginning to grow, which is very exciting. The nice part about this, we’re getting overtures, really good ones, from all over the world.”If Dodgers pitcher Hyun-Jin Ryu gets a vote, he’s partial to South Korea. “I think it’s a fantastic idea,” the Incheon native said. “I would make it a personal wish that one day there could be a regular-season opener in Korea.”Fifteen major-league players have been born in South Korea, about half the number that have been born in Australia. Former Dodgers pitcher Chan Ho Park was the first and Ryu is among the most recent, making the Dodgers a logical choice to play in South Korea if MLB ever decides to stage a game there.Pitching plansDodgers manager Don Mattingly said that Zack Greinke and Dan Haren will start two of the three Freeway Series games against the Angels on March 27-29.That means both are unlikely to start either of the team’s next two regular-season games, March 30 and April 1 in San Diego. Clayton Kershaw and Ryu are the top candidates to receive those assignments, with Josh Beckett and Paul Maholm the next two likeliest choices.The San Diego Padres have already set their rotation for the three-game series. Manager Bud Black told reporters in Arizona that Andrew Cashner, Ian Kennedy and Tyson Ross will start the games in order.AlsoDodgers outfielder Matt Kemp is expected to play minor-league spring training games until March 27, then rejoin the team in Southern California. The other major-league players still in Arizona — Greinke, Haren, Beckett and Brandon League — will rejoin the team the day before for an intrasquad game March 26. … Mattingly said he will use the intrasquad game to allow the Dodgers’ relief pitchers to get in some preseason work. … Carl Crawford’s fiancee, television personality Evelyn Lozada, gave birth to the couple’s first child early Saturday morning in Arizona. Carl Leo Crawford weighs eight pounds and is 21 inches long, according to OKmagazine.com. … As part of the pregame ceremonies at Sydney Cricket Ground, 18 major-league baseball players from Australia were recognized on the field: Craig Shipley, David Nilsson, Graeme Lloyd, Mark Ettles, Mark Hutton, Shayne Bennett, Trent Durrington, Cameron Cairncross, Luke Prokopec, Brad Thomas, Glenn Williams, Justin Huber, Phil Stockman, Ryan Rowland-Smith, Rich Thompson, Brad Harman, Luke Hughes and Shane Lindsay.
Walker, Findaya E.26Omaha, NEKTA I-35 MP 2, South Haven, KSKHPWarrant arrest5/27/15 Monday 0600 to Monday 0600Â Â WEEKLYÂ Â BOOKINGSÂ 05-25-15 thru 06-01-15Â Schulz, Trey L.22Caldwell, KS610 E. Hillside, Wellington, KSSUSOServing sentence5/27/15 O’Neal, Colton L.23Arkansas City, KS610 E. Hillside, Wellington, KSSUSOServing sentence5/27/15 Jones, Stephen E.48Belle Plaine, KS500 N Washington, Wellington, KSSUSOFailure to appear5/26/15 Brown, Alfred L.38Wichita, KS610 E. Hillside, Wellington, KSSUSOServing sentence5/27/15 Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Jr. Rivas, Gabriel34Â Â Â Â Â Â Wichita, KSÂ Â Â Â 1100 N. A St, Wellington, KSÂ Â Â Â SUSODUI; License restrictions; Failure to signal; Driving on right side of roadway5/27/15 Love, Brian K.40Wellington, KS500 N. Washington, Wellington, KSSUSOContempt of court5/26/15 SUCO16 WPD4 Crawford, Reginal C.33Fortworth, TXKTA I-35 MP 19, Wellington, KSKHPParole violation5/26/15 Â Â Â Â Â Â Â SGCO33 KHP6 21Wellington, KS1021 W 8th, Wellington, KSSUSODWS; Max speed; DUI; Interference with LEO5/31/15 Figures, Henry L.38Wichita, KS1200 US 166SUSOWarrant arrest; DWS5/29/15 Sharkey, Monica L.37Anthony, KS1177 E. 16th , Wellington, KSWPDPoss of opiate/Poss of para5/25/15 Kemper, Johnnie F.52Wellington, KS1100 N. US Hwy 81SUSOOperate vehicle without liability ins.; DWS; Vehicles unlawful acts registration5/27/15 Redford, Maggie A.35Wellington, KS500 N . Washington, Wellington, KSSUSOProbation violation5/28/15 Miller, Jarrod S.33Wellington, KS500 N. Douglas, Wellington, KSWPDDWS5/30/15 NameAgeHome TownArrest locationAgencyChargesArrest date Arellano, Yesenia27Wichita, KS141 W. Elm, Wichita, KSMPDWarrant arrest5/27/15 Callaway, Curtis W.30Wellington, KSE. 7th St., Wellington, KSWPDDirect contemp of court; Agg assault5/27/15 Conway Springs PD1 MPD1 Wykes, Levi T.33Conway Srpings, KS310 E. Wichita St., Conway Springs, KSCSPDAgg. assault5/29/15 Kilts, Joonathon W.29Oxford, KS610 E. Hillside, Wellington, KSSUSOServing sentence5/29/15 Total61 Webb, Gary W.61Wellington, KS921 W. 7th St., Wellington, KSWPDDisorderly conduct5/29/15 Tucker, Alyssa D.23Wellington, KS115 E. Stedman, Anthony, KSSUSOFTA5/31/15 Byers, Jami C.36Wellington, KS100 N. High, Wellington, KSWPDDWS5/28/15 Leis, Zachary H. Humble, April N.32Derby, KSSedgwick CountySUSOProbation violation5/28/15 Edwards, Jonathon D.Wichita, KSKTA I-35 MP 26, Belle Plaine, KSKHPDUI; DWS6/1/15 Weidner, Tina K.27Independence, MO570 S. Seneca, Wellington, KSSUSOAssault; Criminal damage to property5/30/15 Griffis, Dustin M.27Wellington, KS610 E. Hillside, Wellington, KSSUSOServing sentence5/30/15 Fernandez, Michael A.21Houston, TXKTA I-35 MP 11, Wellington, KSKHPDriving w/ license susp.; Operate vehicle without liability ins.5/26/15 Taylor, Brian S.39Wichita, KSKTA 33, Mulvane, KSKHPDWS5/31/15 Timm, Roger W.68Belle Plaine, KS610 E. Hillside, Wellington, KSSUSOServing sentence5/26/15 Galvan, Oscar L.21Rake, IAS. I-35 MM 32, Mulvane, KSKHPDriv w/ habitual violator5/25/15 Sumner Newscow report â€” The Sumner County Sheriff Office report for May 25 to June 1, 2015 weekly jail bookings are as follows:Â
4JOSE MOURINHO has been slammed for his idiotic park training session with players.And the Spurs boss was accused of “endangering lives” by “potentially spreading” the killer Covid-19 disease.⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates4 Jose Mourinho stands accused of putting lives at risk and providing a terrible role model for young Spurs fans by breaking the lockdownCredit: Getty Images – Getty4 London Mayor Sadiq Khan has led the fierce criticism of Tottenham manaager Jose MourinhoCredit: Getty Images – Getty4 Ryan Sessegnon and Spurs team-mate Davinson Sanchez were spotted jogging close together despite social distancing rulesMourinho admitted he broke the Government’s strict lockdown rules — but did not apologise.London Mayor Sadiq Khan shamed Mourinho on live TV, while North London Labour MP Catherine West said: “This is deeply irresponsible.“Many people look to football for their role models, and to have the Government’s crucial ‘stay at home’ advice so clearly flaunted is a kick in the teeth.”Mourinho was pictured conducting a training drill with midfielder Tanguy Ndombele and two other unknown men on Hadley Common on Tuesday.People, particularly children who may support Spurs will watch and say ‘if it’s OK for them, why isn’t it OK for me?’ “You’re inadvertently potentially spreading the virus.Sadiq KhanSpurs stars Ryan Sessegnon and Davinson Sanchez were also filmed jogging closely together around the same area — breaking the two-metre distancing guidelines.Right-back Serge Aurier also posted a video of himself on Instagram jogging alongside another.Mourinho said: “I accept my actions were not in line with government protocol.CORONAVIRUS CRISIS – STAY IN THE KNOWDon’t miss the latest news and figures – and essential advice for you and your family.To receive The Sun’s Coronavirus newsletter in your inbox every tea time, sign up here.To follow us on Facebook, simply ‘Like’ our Coronavirus page.Get Britain’s best-selling newspaper delivered to your smartphone or tablet each day – find out more.“It is vital we all play our part and follow advice in order to support our heroes in the NHS and save lives.”Mayor Khan said: “People, particularly children who may support Spurs or follow football, will watch these images and say ‘if it’s OK for them, why isn’t it OK for me?’“Ask yourself a question. Is what I’m doing really necessary? And the answer is no.”What you’re doing is inadvertently potentially spreading the virus.”most read in footballTHROUGH ITRobbie Keane reveals Claudine’s father was ’50-50′ in coronavirus battleTOP SELLERGavin Whelan has gone from League of Ireland to David Beckham’s InstagramPicturedAN EYEFULMeet Playboy model and football agent Anamaria Prodan bidding to buy her own clubI SAW ROORodallega saw Rooney ‘drinking like madman’ & Gerrard ‘on bar dancing shirtless’ExclusiveRIYAD RAIDMan City’s Riyad Mahrez has three luxury watches stolen in £500,000 raidNEXT STEPJonny Hayes set to move to English Championship having been let go by CelticA government spokesperson added: “You should only exercise by yourself or with your household.“Stay two metres away from anyone else at all times. Anyone not doing this is endangering lives.”While NHS National Medical Director Professor Stephen Powis said: “This is not the time to become complacent, whether you’re me or a football team.”
Carlos Alcaraz needs to proceed writing his personal story on the Open River, the event the place he has made the leap to the ATP Tour. After profitable a historic 16-year victory over Albert Ramos in an agonizing 3-and-a-half-hour match, Murcia seeks entry to the third spherical of the carioca event this morning at 1:00 in his match in opposition to Argentina’s Federico Coria, brother of additionally tennis participant and finalist of Roland Garros in 2004 Guillermo Coria.Alcaraz, who rested on Tuesday after the exhausting assembly on Monday (ended at 3:00 native time), needs to proceed making historical past after changing into the third Spanish tennis participant of the lively gamers who wins his first recreation within the ATP Tour with 16 years or much less.The Murcia managed to match the feat that Tommy Robredo achieved within the Godó of 1999, when at 16 he managed to premiere on the ATP Tour in opposition to the Italian David Sanguinetti. The one in every of Hostalrich additionally managed to beat within the second around the Russian Marat Safin and solely the American Todd Martin, eighth of the world rating at the moment, was capable of cease his advance within the event within the third spherical.On this precocious file Alcaraz solely surpasses Rafa Nadal, who gained his first recreation with 15 years in opposition to Ramón Delgado within the Mallorca event in 2002. Nonetheless Nadal fell within the second spherical of the Mallorcan event in opposition to the Belgian Olivier Rochus, whereas Alcaraz might seal this morning before Coria his go to 3rd spherical. 6️⃣ tennis gamers🎾 who gained their 1st ATP match before the age of 17🧒 on this century.Gasquet vs Squillari (54 ATP) 2002Nadal vs Delgado (81 ATP) 2002Harrison vs. Caves (95 ATP) 2008Tomic vs Starace (73 ATP) 2009Garin vs Lajovic (166 ATP) 2013Alcaraz vs Ramos (41 ATP) 2020 pic.twitter.com/aPd363WIKW– Barcelona Open Banc Sabadell (@bcnopenbs) February 19, 2020Alcaraz additionally enters the choose tennis membership which within the 21st century has achieved its first victory within the ATP circuit before the age of 17. Beforehand they did Rafael Nadal (before Ramón Delgado in Mallorca) and Richard Gasquet (before Franco Squillari) in Monte Carlo 2002, Ryan Harrison (before Pablo Cuevas) in Houston 2008, Bernard Tomic (before Potito Starace) on the 2009 Australian Open and Christian Garín (Before Dusan Lajovic) in Viña del Mar in 2013. Alcaraz will search this morning to proceed making historical past in his first expertise on the ATP Tour.