19 days agoBarcelona coach Valverde admits Dembele dismissal baffled him

first_imgBarcelona coach Valverde admits Dembele dismissal baffled himby Carlos Volcano19 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveBarcelona coach Ernesto Valverde admits Ousmane Dembele’s dismissal against Sevilla baffled him.Dembele was sent off late in Barcelona’s win for comments made to the referee just moments after Ronald Araujo was shown a straight red himself.It has been reported that the Frenchman said “very bad, you’re very bad” to the referee, which saw him given his marching orders.”I don’t know what he said,” Valverde said when asked for his opinion in his post-match press conference.”But I don’t think it was too long a sentence.”With the Araujo dismissal on his debut, it didn’t seem like a foul to me.”Then the Dembele one is a mystery.”Looking at the match as a whole, Valverde was understandably delighted to finish with such a comprehensive scoreline.”It was a complicated and important game for us,” he explained.”They’ve had a lot of chances, but this is what it is.”They left spaces and we had more punch, which proved key.” About the authorCarlos VolcanoShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more


2 New Irish Whiskeys to Try this Holiday Season

first_img Editors’ Recommendations The Best Bottles of Whiskey You Can Buy For $20 or Less 10 Best Whiskies for Irish Coffee The Best Whiskey for Whipping Up a Whiskey Sour Jameson Releases Two New Caskmates Editions All the New Whiskies You Need to Drink This Fall Irish whiskey as a category has been growing steadily over the past few years — the export of it is expected to double by 2020 — and, recently, two new single malts have made it to our shores that we think you might want to check out.First up is The Sexton, which comes packaged in a pretty nifty hexagonal black bottle. It is created on the Northern Coast of Ireland (County Antrim, according to the bottle, also where Bushmills is made). Made with 100-percent malted barley and triple distilled in copper pots, The Sexton is then aged for four years in sherry butts (though the bottles themselves don’t carry an age statement).The name of the brand comes from a derivation of the Latin word sacristanus, which means “custodian of sacred objects” and was used to describe the last person to tend to dead body before it was laid to rest. Seeing as whiskey is literally the water of life, it seems an appropriate name.The whiskey itself has a fruit-forward nose that mixes with hints of nuttiness and chocolate. Honey and malt flavors come next, with a light body that present oak notes on the finish. Coming in at 40 percent ABV, The Sexton retails for around $27.Next, Jameson is back with a new release: Caskmates IPA Edition.The second release in their Caskmates line (the first being a stout and Jameson collaboration), Caskmates IPA is made in the same way as its predecessor. First, barrels from the Midleton distillery are sent to a local brewery to be filled with craft IPA. Once the beer has done its job and given the barrels the citrusy, crisp flavors that IPA drinkers love, the barrels are sent back to Jameson where they are filled with, well, Jameson.What results is a Jameson that we know and enjoy with the added bonus of having a hoppy finish.  You’ll get citrus and herbal, hoppy notes on the nose, which carry through the palate and into the finish, leaving you with a crisp, clean, slightly fruity flavor on the end. Tasty on its own, Jameson Caskmates IPA really excels when paired with an IPA (who doesn’t like a beer and a shot together?).Jameson Casksmates IPA Edition is also 40 percent ABV and retails for around $30.If you want to learn more about Irish whiskey, you can check out the Irish Whiskey Society or find a new bottle or three to pick up in our 2017 whiskey guide.Feature by Genevieve Poblano/The Manual.last_img read more


Parents students winners in Alberta budget Taxpayers face more debt

first_imgEDMONTON – Alberta’s NDP government tabled its 2018-19 budget Thursday. Here is a look at some of the winner and losers:WINNERS:Parents — Spending on K-12 education to rise to $8.4 billion from $7.8 billion and some of that boost to be used to reduce school fees. The government plans to spend $22 million more on affordable child-care spaces and $6 million more on school lunch programs.Students — Tuition to remain frozen for post-secondary students. Advanced education spending to jump to $6.1 billion from $5.5 billion.The environmentally conscious — The government plans to spend $5.3 billion over the next three years on climate initiatives that include everything from transit projects to home efficiency programs.The disabled — The Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped program is to get a boost of $62 million to $1.1 billion.LOSERS:Non-unionized civil servants — A salary freeze for all non-unionized government workers is being extended to 2019. Overall compensation for all public-sector workers is budgeted at $26.6 billion, about half of all government spending.Future taxpayers — Debt is pegged $54.2 billion this year. The budget projects an $8.8-billion spending deficit in the year ahead. The budget is not expected to be balanced for another five years.last_img read more


19 kg of Cannabis Resin Seized in Northern Moroccan

Tetouan – Some 19 kg of cannabis resin (chira) were seized at Bab Sebta border crossing point, customs sources said on Tuesday.During a joint routine operation, police and customs services seized 19kg of chira which were concealed as platelets inside the tank of a France-registered car driven by a French national of Algerian origin, the sources added.The man intended to smuggle the banned substance into France via the occupied city of Sebta, according to the same sources. The suspect will be brought to justice after the completion of the investigation led under the supervision of the public prosecutor’s office.


Operation to catch man eating crocs

Chandrasena told reporters that the government has decided to open two crocodile conservation parks where the crocodiles which are captured will eventually be kept. Meanwhile the Minister in charge of wildlife S.M Chandrasena said that they were also looking for a crocodile which had attacked and killed a young woman near the Nilwala River (Nilwala Ganga) last week. A young woman was killed last week when she went to have a wash near the river.The woman was dragged into the river by a crocodile and her body was later found, the authorities had said. However the killer crocodile was not found. The wildlife department today launched an operation to catch man eating crocodiles in rivers close to villages.According to the wildlife department, river banks in parts of the country where crocodiles are known to live were carefully searched during the operation and dangerous crocodiles which are captured will be transferred to a central location. The police said that at least 20 people have been killed by crocodiles within the last 10 years in Sri Lanka. Another woman had also been killed in the same river and officials believe she was killed by the same crocodile which carried out the second attack.Earlier this year a man was killed by a crocodile in Ragama.Villagers however captured the crocodile by feeding it chickens embedded with hooks. The crocodile however died while it was being transferred to the National Zoo. read more


Bolivia Annan selects senior official as focal point for mustering worldwide help

Mr. Ocampo will travel to Bolivia – his first mission is scheduled to begin tomorrow and run until Thursday – to review the situation in the country, hold talks with government leaders, national figures and international organizations, and report back to the Secretary-General.Following his visit to Bolivia and neighbouring countries in November, and a request for assistance from the Bolivian Government, Mr. Annan selected Mr. Ocampo for the role, UN spokeswoman Marie Okabe said today.Bolivia is one of the poorest countries in its region, ranking 114th on the UN Development Programme’s (UNDP) Human Development Index last year. Almost 15 per cent of the population survive on less than $1 a day.Since late December heavy rains in the Andean nation, especially in the northern departments, have left thousands of people homeless and damaged crop lands and infrastructure. In addition, UN agencies say there has been a surge in the number of cases of dengue fever. read more


Ultralow emission vehicle strategy unveiled

Transport Minister, Norman Baker MP, has today launched Driving the Future Today, the strategy to implement the £500m funding to support Ultra-low emission vehicles (ULEV), which was announced earlier this year.Running until 2020, the Strategy is constructed of four pillars, which involve making ULEVs easier to buy, supporting necessary infrastructure, putting the right regulatory and fiscal structure in place, and boosting the ULEV supply chain.Making ULEVs easier to buyThe Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV) will continue its support for early market ULEVs, retaining the current plug-in vehicle grants until 2015 and planning a new phase of support for 2015 to 2020. It will also ensure that grants are available for hydrogen fuel cell EVs (FCEV), and that registration is simplified when such vehicles become commercially available in 2015. It will also work closely with industry and local government on Phase 2 of UKH2Mobility.Funding will also be provided to the Energy Saving Trust (EST) to continue its Plugged in Fleets Initiative until March 2014. Incentives will also be considered to promote the uptake of low emission HGV technologies.Supporting the necessary infrastructureDevelopment of the UK’s charging infrastructure will be continued, with match funding for eight Plugged in Place schemes planned for 2013/14 and an additional £37 million to be provided for 2015 to install charge points in homes and public car parks. To ensure that drivers have full access to the infrastructure, chargers, plugs and connectors will be standardised, and all public chargers fitted with “pay-as-you-go” functionality.Infrastructure will also be put in place for the introduction for FCEVs, with an initial network of 65 hydrogen refuelling stations planned.Putting the right regulatory and fiscal structure in placeA £10 million prize will be awarded to develop long-life battery technology for the next generation of EVs, with guidelines unveiled later in the year.OLEV will also ensure that strong tax incentives for the purchase of ULEVs are in place until 2020 and that tax positioning for plug-in vehicles is clarified.Boosting the UK’s ULEV supply chainOLEV will continue to work with the Automotive Council to ensure that the Advanced Propulsion Centre helps to develop the UK supply chain, including the establishment of funding frameworks to encourage inward investment and promote innovation within the UK. Funding to develop the hydrogen refuelling structure is also expected. Norman Baker MP, said, “These are exciting times for the motoring industry as ultra low emission vehicles are the future for road travel. Our vision is that by 2050 almost every car and van will be an ultra low emission vehicle with the UK at the forefront of their design, development and manufacture. This strategy moves us up a gear in pursuing that vision.”SMMT Chief Executive, Mike Hawes, said, “The UK must be a lead producer and market for low and ultra-low carbon vehicles. We’re pleased to see the Strategy set out a longer term approach to the incentives, policies and initiatives which are needed to create confidence for vehicle buyers and manufacturers. We strongly support the collaborative approach with our industry which will help to secure the UK’s position as a leader in the development, production and use of ultra-low emission technologies.”Click through to download Driving the Future Today – a strategy for ultra-low emission vehicles in the UK.Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) read more


Column We need to make the Irish language cool again

first_imgAre we counting on young people to keep Irish alive? Traic Ó Braonáin is the chairperson of Raidió Rí-Rá, an Irish language music station for teens. He tells TheJournal.ie why Irish has to be made cool for kids if we expect them to speak it. THE IRISH LANGUAGE has an awful lot of baggage attached to it. The way it has been taught in the past links the language to bad memories in many people’s childhood. It is something that we are very proud of, but it can conjure up uncomfortable feelings for many such as the reciting of verbs over and over, and memorising conversations.There have been changes in the way the language is taught over the years, so younger people don’t necessarily have that baggage attached to the language, but it is still hanging around. We wanted to make the language cool again for young people by removing that baggage and attempt to try and normalise the language.The radio project started when we realised that we were interested in music, but there was nothing geared towards the music we love and the Irish language. There were radio stations that played pop music, but we wanted to have an Irish radio station aimed at kids, playing the music they love all of the time, not just for segments.NormaliseWe had two aims – to play chart music that kids can relate to and also to get popular bands on board who might be  interested in promoting the language by translating their own songs and singing them in Irish. A great way to normalise the language is to surround people in it, and what better way to do that than through radio. The idea that a pop song could be played alongside the Irish language, and there wouldn’t be a great fuss – that is what we wanted to achieve.Getting the bands involved a few years back was a great coup for us. The language has a history to it, and because it is taught in school it can be seen as a chore, but a great way to get kids looking at the language differently is to show them some cool and talented musicians singing in Irish. We thought it would be a great way to make the language accessible for young people. Bands such as Bell X1, The Waterboys and The Coronas to name but a few got involved and it was really great to get kids looking at these bands and thinking – ‘hey, they are a cool band and they are speaking Irish’ – that can have a huge effect on young people’s attitudes. Seeing Danny O’Reilly sing in Irish can really create a mental shift in kids minds and how they view their native language.Love/hate relationshipTaking the language out of the classrooms is the only way we are going to cure the love/hate relationship that we have with Irish. But the changes do have to come from the classroom. The idea that the oral section of the exam was such a small percentage when I did the Leaving Certificate was shocking to me. You cannot learn through memorising passages – that is not fun for kids and it will not encourage them to learn and love the language. Why is there not more of a focus on the speaking – that is the million dollar question – it has to be geared towards people speaking the language and listening to the language.Conversation is the only way we can get kids speaking Irish. Years ago people would have looked twice at you if you started speaking Irish on the Dart or bus, but I think that teenagers now want to embrace the language and you can often hear them giving it a go on the way home from school, which is great to see.The baggage that we have carried, the drumming-in off the language has to be erased. We want to get teenagers listening to the music they love on our station while also taking in some of the language too. We simply want to get teenagers listening.Traic Ó Braonáin is Chairperson of Raidió Rí-Rá. Raidió Rí-Rá is broadcast across the capital on 94.3FM until October 7. Presented solely through Irish, Raidió Rí-Rá plays all the latest hit music from the charts all year round, online at www.rrr.ie, on all Nokia phones, and on the iPhone with its app, on Android phones via the TuneIn app, and on the DAB platform.last_img read more


Suspect says he did not kill his 4yearold daughter

first_img Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram A 27-year-old man alleged to have killed his 4-year-old daughter before cutting up her body and boiling the pieces insisted in testimony before a magistrate that he did not kill the girl.The suspect was transferred from a Corfu prison where he is in pretrial custody to the capital’s main court complex to stand trial for a drug-related offence but the trial did not take place due to delays.The 27-year-old allegedly gave a different story regarding the disposal of the girl’s body, suggesting that a friend of his had done it.In an earlier deposition, he allegedly claimed to have found the girl dead, from causes that he did not specify, before mutilating her to dispose of the corpse in a panic.In a related development, sources said an anonymous letter has been sent to the magistrate, suggesting that the girl’s death could be linked to an organ-trafficking racket or paedophilia racket.Source: Kathimerinilast_img read more


NSW invests in educational reforms

first_imgNSW public primary schools will enable more than 1,000 of the best teachers to mentor and coach other teachers, in an effort to improve the overall performance of students.NSW Premier Mike Baird, Minister for Education Adrian Piccoli and Lane Cove MP Anthony Roberts met some of the first students and teachers who will benefit from program during a visit to Ryde East Public School last week.The $224 million Quality Teaching, Successful Students package which begins this term, will enable selected teachers to mentor and coach other colleagues, by demonstrating effective teaching strategies. Meanwhile, student performance data will also be monitored across the schools in NSW.With Australia being a multicultural society facing an influx of students from diverse national backgrounds, a new, more thorough approach is essential in order to ensure a deep implementation of the new educational reforms.“As teachers and students return to school for term three I’m proud to be delivering on this key election commitment. As we improve the skills of our teachers, we will help students achieve better results,” Mr Baird said.“In the best school systems in the world, the top teachers pass on their expertise to their colleagues and that helps lift teaching standards in every classroom in that school.”It is important to ensure educators are focused on areas of need, by observing them in their classrooms. Teachers will be encouraged to work closely together, within their school as well as with other educational institutions. A recent three-year study of 6,000 NSW public school teachers found that collaborating with colleagues was the most significant professional learning practice for primary teachers.“This initiative, made possible by NSW signing up to the Gonski agreement, gives schools an opportunity they have been seeking for years – to use their best, most experienced teachers to improve teaching and learning in every classroom,” Mr Piccoli added. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more


No Vancouverspecific measures passed in legislative session

first_imgReviews were mixed as part of Vancouver’s legislative wrapup, a now decades-long tradition where city lobbyists Mark Brown and Brian Enslow recap the session for the city council.“I can tell you that probably for Brian, as well, there’s no two people in the state of Washington happier they finished on time,” Brown said. “That’s not typical.”There were some positives that came out of the session for Vancouver, but the city’s specific legislation flopped.“I am sorry to report none of our bills passed,” Brown said.Vancouver sought legislation clarifying its ability to sell property for off-street parking, simplifying the process to surplus low-value items and requiring employee licenses at massage and reflexology businesses to include photos, among other issues.Brown said the massage bill was close to obtaining approval. It was on the consideration calendar in the Senate after it unanimously passed in the House, but “they ran out of time two bills ahead of us,” he said. “This isn’t horseshoes; close doesn’t count.”Enslow added that they were also disappointed about what the Legislature was able accomplish with respect to homelessness and affordable housing in the past.last_img read more


STUDENT SPOTLIGHT Wilmingtons Hannah Brown Named To Presidents List At University Of Alabama

first_imgTUSCALOOSA, AL — Hannah Faye Brown, of Wilmington, was named to The University of Alabama President’s List for Fall 2018.A total of 12,332 students enrolled during the 2018 fall term at UA were named to the Dean’s List with an academic record of 3.5 or above or the President’s List with an academic record of 4.0 (all A’s).The UA Dean’s and President’s lists recognize full-time undergraduate students. The lists do not apply to graduate students or to undergraduate students who take less than a full course load.About The University of AlabamaThe University of Alabama, the state’s oldest and largest public institution of higher education, is a student-centered research university that draws the best and brightest to an academic community committed to providing a premier undergraduate and graduate education. UA is dedicated to achieving excellence in scholarship, collaboration and intellectual engagement; providing public outreach and service to the state of Alabama and the nation; and nurturing a campus environment that fosters collegiality, respect and inclusivity.(NOTE: The above announcement is from The University of Alabama via Merit.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedSTUDENT SPOTLIGHT: Wilmington’s Hannah Brown Named To President’s List At University Of AlabamaIn “Education”STUDENT SPOTLIGHT: Wilmington’s Hannah Brown Named To Dean’s List At University Of AlabamaIn “Education”STUDENT SPOTLIGHT: Wilmington’s Hannah Brown Named To Dean’s List At Alabama UniversityIn “Education”last_img read more


I want to see my son before I die

first_imgFamily members of missing people gathered at a programme titled “Mother’s plea: Return children to their mother’s arms” at the National Press Club on Sunday. Photo: Sazid Hossain/Prothom Alo“Our brothers and children have been picked up and taken away in front of our eyes, but the administration denies any involvement. We appeal to the government to intervene, so that we don’t have to gather with the same demand next year again,” said Afroza Islam, whose brother Sajedul Islam was abducted four years ago from the capital city.Members of 27 families of disappeared persons attended a programme styled, “Mother’s plea: Return the children to their mother’s arms” held on Sunday morning at the National Press Club in the capital.Sajedul Islam’s sister Marufa Islam read out a written statement on the occasion.Afroza Islam said, “Today we are known as the families of the disappeared people. The fathers of the missing Munna and Parvez have both died, waiting for the sons’ return. Pintu’s mother is unwell. Our mother is ailing. We seek the government’s intervention to end this suffering.”Convenor of the programme and Sajedul Islam’s mother Hajera Khatun said, “I want my son back. I want to see him before I die.”The relatives of the missing persons broke down in tears, their faces etched with pain and anxiety.Family members of missing people gathered at a programme titled “Mother’s plea: Return children to their mother’s arms” at the National Press Club on Sunday. Photo: Sazid Hossain/Prothom AloPresent on the occasion were Nagorik Oikya convenor Mahmudur Rahman Manna, Gonoshasthya Kendra founder and trustee Zafrullah Chowdhury, Dhaka University professor and director of the Refugee and Migratory Movements Researching Unit (RMMRU) CR Abrar and others.Blaming the government for the disappearances, Zafrullah Chowdhury said, “I spoke to Farhad Mazhar yesterday. It is clear he could return because the police and RAB were active. That means some other force was behind his disappearance. That is why we request the police and RAB to be active in recovering the missing persons.”Mahmudur Rahman Manna said, “I was a victim of abduction and so I know how difficult it is. Every year the grieving families are calling upon the government for the return of their sons and brothers.  But their pleas fall on deaf ears. There is a culture of denial. These abductions are being carried out to deter democracy and the political process.”CR Abrar said the families of the missing have come here amidst a feeling of fear. Those who are behind these disappearances must be brought to trial. The government must reply to the pleas of the families. Those who cry out about the spirit of the liberation war, now remain silent.”Human rights activist Nur Khan Liton called for a mass hearing by March next year, saying, “The prime minister, Sheikh Hasina, tries to justify the disappearances by comparing with figures in other countries. But we want to establish our rights through due trial. We want this through a mass trial by March.”Local human rights watchdog Odhikar director Nasiruddin Elan said, “The trend of abductions has changed. Till 2017, people would come in the name of the administration and take away the victims. Now people are simply disappearing. No one knows if they have been abducted or are missing or dead.”last_img read more


Russo Brothers Trade MCU for Magic The Gathering Netflix Show

first_img What to Stream on Netflix This Weekend11 Other Old-School Nick Shows That Should Get Netflix Movies Stay on target After bringing the Marvel Cinematic Universe to an epic conclusion with Avengers: Endgame just a few weeks ago, we wouldn’t be surprised if brother directors Joe and Anthony Russo wanted to take a big long break from comic book blockbusters for a while. There are only so many different ways for Captain America to throw his shield and kick somebody.However, directing some of the biggest movies in the biggest franchise can give you clout to do pretty much whatever you want. And since Community and Arrested Development aren’t coming back anytime soon, the Russo Brothers have been producing new projects like the Deadly Class TV show. Their next initiative? A Magic: The Gathering animated series for Netflix.“We have been huge fans and players of Magic: The Gathering for as long as it has been around,” said Joe and Anthony Russo. “So being able to help bring these stories to life through animation is a true passion project for us.”Magic: The Gathering has been the ur-nerd trading card game for 25 years now. Recent digital card games like Hearthstone and Artifact can trace their roots back to Magic. Artifact was even designed by Magic’s creator Richard Garfield. And now, after previous failed film attempts, for the first time the game is being adapted into a show.I couldn’t tell you the first thing about Magic lore. Are the Wizards of the Coast characters or just the company? I had to look up that the character up top is Chandra Nalaar, one of the powerful planeswalker characters players inhabit when they enter these mystical duels. But presumably there’s enough story here to flesh out a whole cartoon.Besides the Russo Brothers, other folks working on this showinclude producers Todd Makurath, Eric Calderon, Dave Newberg, Mike Larocca, and Isaac Krauss as well as writers Henry Gilroy and Jose Molina (previously of Star Wars and Marvel shows like Clone Wars and Agent Carter) with director Yoriaki Mochizuki. Bardel Entertainment is handing the animation.No date was given for Magic: The Gathering on Netflix so keep an eye out for more details. In the meantime, learn why Magic is the world’s most complex game, and check out Into The Echoside, a cursed card game that’s Magic for Insane Clown Posse fans.last_img read more



first_img 4 Comments   Share   LISTEN: Steve Keim, Cardinals General Manager Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Mortensen’s report also indicated the Cardinals were bringing back reserve quarterback Matt Barkley, who spent a season and a half in Arizona as an insurance policy at the position.All signs point to Blaine Gabbert making the start against the Texans, but that’s not the case, according to general manager Steve Keim.“We haven’t practiced yet (this week), and I know one thing — Drew is extremely tough,” Keim told Doug & Wolf Tuesday on 98.7 FM Arizona’s Sports Station. “He injured his knee, I believe, in the second quarter and finished the game and he’s the type of guy that I would not bet against.“So, it’s hard for me to say at this point. I don’t think there’s any secret that if Drew can’t play, that Blaine Gabbert would be our starter, but I don’t think it’s something that on Tuesday, when we haven’t even been on the practice field, we can forecast yet.”The Cardinals are certainly well-positioned at quarterback with Stanton, Gabbert and Barkley all on the active roster and Mike Bercovici filling a practice squad spot.So why make the move to bring Barkley back if Stanton can go and he’s not needed? “I think it’s pretty simple and I don’t want anybody to really overthink the process but when you have a starting quarterback that’s a little bit banged up you can easily sign somebody — not only somebody who’s off the street, but somebody who has played with you before, knows your system and had a little bit of success last year in Chicago when he went there,” Keim said.“He’s played some football at this level and certainly gives you an opportunity to do some good things if he was forced into play, so it’s one of those things where he gives you a great comfort level — having the ability to come in in a short period of time, know your system and be able to operate under the circumstances where he would have to play.”The Cardinals (4-5) face the Texans, a 3-6 team with quarterback issues of their own, Sunday. Kickoff is at 11 a.m. with pregame coverage starting at 6:30 on 98.7 Arizona’s Sports Station. Your browser does not support the audio element.center_img Who will be the starting quarterback for the Arizona Cardinals when they face the Houston Texans Sunday at NRG Stadium?It’s a question that doesn’t have an answer five days before the game.Drew Stanton, who started last week in place of the injured Carson Palmer, suffered a sprained knee last Thursday in a loss to Seattle. The injury, which occurred in the second quarter, didn’t knock the veteran out of the game. Stanton played the rest of the way and completed 24-of-47 passes for 273 yards and a touchdown and word of the injury didn’t even trickle out until two days later when ESPN’s Chris Mortensen broke the news. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Top Stories Arizona Cardinals quarterback Blaine Gabbert (7) warms up prior to an NFL football game against the Seattle Seahawks, Thursday, Nov. 9, 2017, in Glendale, Ariz. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)last_img read more


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first_imgNew York, New York – Reported by Elite Traveler, the Private Jet Lifestyle MagazineEclipse Aerospace, Inc. recently announced the completion of an equity investment by Sikorsky Aircraft Corp. The new relationship with Sikorsky includes a Service Level Agreement, whereby EAI will utilize and leverage the vast core infrastructure of Sikorsky such as global supply chain support, global parts distribution, and various production restart resources. Coupling the Sikorsky resources with the extensive knowledge and proficiency of EAI engineers and technicians will create a stable platform for product support and assist in efforts to reintroduce production of the Eclipse very light twin-engine jet.“I have said it before and it is worth repeating,” stated Mason Holland, CEO of Eclipse Aerospace, “With this agreement we now have it all – a phenomenal fuel efficient twin-engine jet, an enthusiastic customer base, and a fantastic engineering, support and service staff, all coupled with the depth, experience, and strength of Sikorsky Aircraft.”EAI is currently delivering the Total Eclipse twin-engine jet. These low time, like new, factory complete Eclipse aircraft come equipped with the new AvioNG Integrated Flight Management System, Flight Into Known Icing capabilities (FIKI), XM and on board color weather radar, and include a full “tip to tail” factory warranty.www.eclipseaerospace.netlast_img read more


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