Red Sox Nation was in for a treat this weekend when Jeremy Jordan took to the field to show off his pipes. Taking a break from starring in Finding Neverland at Cambridge’s American Repertory Theatre, the Tony nominee crossed the Charles River to perform “The Star Spangled Banner” at Fenway Park on August 3 (before the Yankees beat the Red Sox 8-7…because we’re also sports reporters here.) Check out the Broadway hunk’s grand slam performance below! View Comments Jeremy Jordan Star Files
FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享ReNews.biz:Enel Green Power North America has started operating a 199MW expansion of the Cimarron Bend wind farm in Kansas, raising overall capacity to 599MW, and also brought online the over 236MW White Cloud project in Missouri.Cimarron Bend in Clark County is now Enel Green Power’s largest renewable energy project in the world.Construction of the Cimarron Bend extension started in the second quarter of 2020, and the 599MW facility is expected to generate a total of more than 2.7 terawatt-hours of electricity a year. Enel will sell the facility’s energy output through a 150MW power purchase agreement (PPA) with Evergy, and a 30MW PPA with the Missouri Joint Municipal Electric Utility Commission.The 236.5MW White Cloud, on which construction began in summer 2019 in Nodaway County, is due to generate around 950 gigawatt-hours of electricity a year. It has a PPA with Associated Electric Cooperative for all the project’s output.The two wind farms bring Enel’s total renewable capacity added in 2020 across the US and Canada to 865MW.The investment in the construction of White Cloud amounts to around $380m, while that of the Cimarron Bend expansion amounts to over $281m.More: Enel wind double adds 436MW in the U.S. Enel Green Power brings 436MW of wind generation online at two sites in U.S. Midwest
One of the largest bicycle manufacturers in the world, Trek Bicycle Company out of Wisconsin, broke tradition last week by launching its new line of high end mountain bikes in the mountains of Pisgah National Forest and DuPont State Recreational Forest outside Brevard. Media from around the world converged on the Appalachians to test Trek’s new line, including the Fuel EX (now available in the popular 27.5-inch wheel version), and the new Remedy 29 (introducing the new 140-mm rear suspension platform), and featuring the brand’s new RE:aktiv shock technology developed in conjunction with Penske Racing Shocks and FOX shocks. Trek’s global mountain bike brand manager Travis Ott said most launches in North America typically happen in Moab or Whistler or other major mountain biking destinations on the West Coast. “But we knew the Pisgah area would be all-time and with Penske Racing’s complex located nearby in Mooresville,” Ott said in a release, “this was the perfect opportunity to hold a global media event in Transylvania County.” More than a dozen journalists covering the event included BIKE mag, Bicycling, MTBR and Pinkbike from around Europe, Mexico, the UK and others. Mountain bikers love the flow trails surrounding DuPont and the more technical terrain of the Pisgah, perfect for testing full-suspension steeds.BIKE magazine says the shock technology is borrowed from Formula One racing, and a visit to Penske Racing was part of the tour.
For the first time ever a Fly-Fishing Festivalis coming to Bath County, Virginia May 2-5, 2019. This event was created by a small group ofbusinesses who saw the perfect reason for people to visit Bath County in theSpring. Not only is it a beautiful timeof year to come to the Allegheny Mountains, but Bath County is filled withwonderful lodging options, award winning restaurants, and is home to some ofthe clearest and best waters for fishing on the east coast. This festival will take place over a 3 dayperiod kicking off on Thursday, May 2nd, with a Welcome Reception. The reception is a collaboration betweenthree local restaurants (The Waterwheel Restaurant, Snead’s1912 Steak and LesCochons d’Or) and will also feature SmoothAmblerdistillery, a local cidery, and some wonderful wines. There will be a silent auction at thereception with all proceeds benefiting ProjectHealing Waters. The full schedule of events for the festivalcan be found online. All festival events are a la carte so thatattendees can pick and choose what they want to do throughout the weekend. For more information about this event, to be asponsor/vendor, or to donate something to our silent auction, please contactKate Loeffler at firstname.lastname@example.org. For a list of all ticketed festival eventsplease click here.
continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr A rundown of some recent credit union financial technology announcements focuses on core platform changes, a strategic innovation group, an automated lending solution and a collaborative analytics ecosystem.Jack Henry, a major provider of tech solutions and payment processing services, ended its 2019 fiscal year with 57 new financial institutions choosing to move to one of its core platforms. Nineteen of them were credit unions making a commitment to Symitar’s Episys. The community financial institutions range in size from $64 million to $9.6 billion in assets; six de novo banks also selected Jack Henry as their core platform provider.Among the credit unions was the $2.5 billion Tullahoma, Tenn.-based Ascend Federal Credit Union, which selected the Symitar Episys platform to create a stronger member experience and drive innovation. The credit union sought to provide members the same type of service and convenience they know from online retail providers.David Foss, president and CEO of Jack Henry & Associates, commented, “This is an exciting time in banking; the industry is open to more collaboration and advanced technologies, while renewing its focus on user centricity.”
Reader Man couldn’t tell us much about his origin story but he did tell 12 News he lives in a library and reads over 100 books a day. The superhero flew into the school Wednesday to read to students and see how they’ve been developing their reading skill super powers. The children enjoyed the hero’s visit. Today he read his favorite book, “Please Don’t Eat Me” by Liz Klimo. The book is about a developing friendship between a rabbit and bear. “Literacy follows everybody’s lives,” says Reader Man. “This is a skill we learn when we are young and we keep throughout our entire lives, we read everyday and sometimes we don’t even realize we are reading, and for that reason literacy is one of the most important things we learn in school.” APALACHIN (WBNG) — There was no bird or plane at Tioga Hills Elementary Wednesday but instead, Reader Man made an appearance. Reader Man began his mission in 2019 and is a part of the Teacher College Reading and Phonics Unit of Study.
They say the initial report was called in as a vehicle off the road way. The Delaware County Sheriff’s Office says 67-year-old John P. Mason of Stamford, N.Y. died from a cardiac emergency while he was driving on Braehead Road in the town of Kortright around noon. The sheriff’s office says emergency medical crews attempted to save Mason. A LifeNet medi-vac helicopter was called to the scene. TOWN OF KORTRIGHT (WBNG) — Authorities in Delaware county say one person died following a crash Wednesday. The Bloomville Fire Department and AMR Ambulance also responded.
– Advertisement – As vote counting continues, the reality that Donald Trump is on the brink of being defeated is dawning on Americans. Donald Trump, of course, doesn’t believe in reality. In fact he doesn’t really believe in anything except whatever it is, on any given day, that makes him feel less like the failure of a human being he is. As vote counts in places like Michigan and Pennsylvania begin chipping away at the early leads Trump had, and extending leads Biden has, Trump’s campaign has made a claim that it has filed a lawsuit to halt absentee vote counting. That has not happened as far as anyone can tell.NBC News reporter Steve Patterson posted video of “Large, animated crush of “stop the count” protestors trying to push their way into TCF hall in #Detroit where ballots are being counted.They’re being blocked by guards at the door. Pizza boxes are pushed against the window to obstruct view. It’s tense.” In the video you can see below, the group is packed up at the door. According to an update from Patterson, the group claims to be “poll or election challengers claiming that there aren’t enough nonpartisan challengers inside.” Ummm. Fuck off.- Advertisement –
MOBILE, Ala. – After winning the ITA/Wilson Regional championship two weeks ago, Suzana Cavalcante (Jr. / Sao Paulo, Brazil) participated at the 2007 ITA Small College National Championships in Mobile, Ala., and reached the semifinals in singles, before bowing out to the eventual National Champion in a three set match. Cavalcante also teamed up with Paola Arevalo (Sr. / Cali, Colombia) to earn a fifth place finish in doubles. In the national singles championships, Cavalcante reached the semifinals by defeating Northwood University’s Darina Berkova 6-2, 0-6, 6-1. In the semifinal match, Cavalcante faced BYU-Hawaii’s number one player, Elwen Li. In that semifinal match, Cavalcante had a great chance at the win, when she had a one-set lead and was up a break at 4-2 in the second set. However, the very consistent Li came back in the match and won in three sets, 3-6, 6-4, 6-2. Cavalcante then played for the third place position against the University of California in Pennsylvania’s top player, Helena Van Eysendeyk. Cavalcante played very well and cruised to a 6-1, 6-3 win to earn the singles third position at the national level. In doubles, Cavalcante partnered up with Arevalo and had a tough quarterfinal match. The West Florida duo faced the Abilene Christian team of Irene Squillaci and Aina Rafolomanantsiatosika, and came up just short by losing 7-6, 6-2. Cavalcante and Arevalo moved to the consolation draw and beat the Emporia State team of Natalie Villaflor and Marcela Bayon 6-1, 6-4, and the Northwood team of Ashley Neumann and Julia Goncalves 6-2, 6-1, to earn doubles fifth position at the national level. (by Gui Amaral Jasmin) Print Friendly Version Share Suzana Cavalcante Finishes Third in the ITA National Championships
European Ryder Cup captain Paul McGinley had a sense US Open champion Martin Kaymer was on the verge of producing something special and believes the “low maintenance” German will make an ideal team member at Gleneagles. Kaymer won his second major title with a dominant display at Pinehurst last week, setting or equalling numerous records on his way to a commanding eight-shot victory. It was the 29-year-old’s second wire-to-wire win in the space of six weeks after his triumph in the Players Championship, where McGinley was impressed by the former world number one’s reaction to the hard-fought success. McGinley, who had dinner with Kaymer late on the Sunday evening at Sawgrass, said on Tuesday: “It was nice to hear the debrief, but it was also very insightful for me. “It was very clear from what he was saying to me and what he was saying to his caddie that this wasn’t a rejoicing, shouting from the rooftops, we are back on the top of the summit again. It’s a start. “And it’s no surprise he’s followed it up six weeks later to win a major. He was very clear that this was the start of a surge and he’s been proved right.” Kaymer admitted on Sunday that he struggled to cope with the extra attention brought on by his first major title in the US PGA Championship in 2010, which led to an eight-week spell as world number one the following year. He also said he would not have picked himself as a wild card for the 2012 Ryder Cup team after a loss of form, but having secured the final qualifying place he had little choice and ended up holing the putt which ensured Europe retained the trophy after the ‘Miracle at Medinah.’ “He’s a very interesting guy,” added McGinley, who was a vice-captain to Jose Maria Olazabal in Chicago. “He gives a lot away about himself when he gives a press conference, he’s very insightful about himself and he’s very honest. “He’s a popular guy. Yes, he minds his own business and does his own thing but he’s a very loyal guy, loyal member of the team. And he’s an easy guy to pair. He’s not high maintenance. He doesn’t need to play with one player or another. “He’s kind of happy to be guided, whatever the captain says. That’s what we saw with Jose and Monty (Colin Montgomerie, captain in 2010), as well. There’s no reason to think he won’t be any different with me, hopefully anyway.” McGinley has named Sam Torrance and Des Smyth as two of his vice-captains for Gleneagles and confirmed on Tuesday that his other two assistants would be younger men currently playing on the European Tour. “I want to see who the 12 players are before I look at (vice-captains), but safe to say those two will be current players, players that are still playing on Tour,” added McGinley. Scotland’s Paul Lawrie is a likely candidate if he fails to make the team. McGinley was speaking ahead of this week’s Irish Open at Fota Island, where the likes of Rory McIlroy will be hoping to claim victory on home soil – assuming his clubs turn up, that is. McIlroy took to Twitter on Tuesday to complain that United Airlines had lost his clubs on his flight from Newark to Dublin, with the airline replying: “Your clubs will be in tomorrow and we’ll deliver them to the tournament for you.” Press Association