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    Live from Music Row Monday morning on The Tennessee Star Report with Michael Patrick Leahy – broadcast on Nashville’s Talk Radio 98.3 and 1510 WLAC weekdays from 5:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. – host Leahy explained what he found out while visiting his childhood home and church in Munnsville, New York, over the weekend. Michael Patrick Leahy: Now, I promised you a story. Here it is. It’s one of these things – I suppose it’s illustrative. I hate to say this on a down note, because everything about my trip to upstate New York was, I think, a lot of fun – a little bittersweet. And here’s a little bittersweet. So, in this little town of Munnsville, New York, population 500 [or] 600, in the beautiful, gorgeous valley, Stockbridge Valley. As I was a kid, I was a Catholic, and I was an altar boy. I was an altar boy at the little St. Teresa’s Roman Catholic Church. And the Catholic community had been around there since 1840 or so. But in 1928, they built this gorgeous, small little church called St. Teresa’s,...
    This story was originally published on June 9. 2022 ST. ANTHONY, Minn. (WCCO) — Minnesota’s average is up to $4.72 a gallon Thursday. The national average keeps cruising closer to $5. READ MORE: As National Gas Average Nears $5, Minnesotans Are Rethinking Summer TravelOne gas station in St. Anthony seemed to sum things up nicely with this sign below his high prices reading, “We Hate Our Gas Prices Too.” The owner of Murphy’s Service Center is Chuck Graff. With his hands tied on prices, the least he can do is help his customers smile about it. “It’s just kind of our way of letting the customer know that we feel their pain,” said Graff. Drivers told us they appreciate the levity and empathy as they pull in to fill their tanks and cough up the cash. “If you don’t have humor about it, you’re just going to sit there any cry,” said Kyle Mohs. (credit: CBS) READ MORE: Does Getting An Electric Vehicle Make Financial Sense?“It’s nice that they’re having a little fun with it,” said Daud...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- Plans to move Saint Anthony Hospital to Little Village were approved by Chicago's City Council Wednesday.The move to the old Washburne Trade Center location has been years in the making, and it involves more than just a new hospital for the neighborhood. Developers said the plans for the site at 31st and Kezdie could transform the entire community.Hundreds of jobs are expected to come to Little Village in a massive redevelopment."This is gonna be be an absolute game changer for the Little Village community and the southwest side of Chicago," said 22nd Ward Alderman Mike Rodriguez.The soon-to-be new home for Saint Anthony Hospital and more is called the Focal Point Community campus."It'll bring education, recreation, and business opportunities to our community," Rodriguez said.The project is set to bring not just the hospital to the 30 acres at 31st and Kedzie, but an entire campus which includes child care options, a vocational school, community market, restaurants, affordable housing and more.The project is 10-plus years in the making, and will transform the site of the former Washburne Trade School.President...
    Missouri State (4-4) vs. Arkansas-Little Rock (4-5) Jack Stephens Center, Little Rock, Arkansas; Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. EST BOTTOM LINE: Missouri State and Arkansas-Little Rock look to bounce back from losses. Each program is coming off a loss this past Saturday. Arkansas-Little Rock lost 93-78 on the road to Arkansas, while Missouri State fell 74-68 at home to Brigham Young. STEPPING UP: Arkansas-Little Rock’s Isaiah Palermo has averaged 12.9 points while Kevin Osawe has put up 8.6 points and 5.4 rebounds. For the Bears, Gaige Prim has averaged 19.6 points and 10 rebounds while Isiaih Mosley has put up 16 points and 4.6 rebounds.GAIGE GETS BUCKETS: Across eight appearances this season, Missouri State’s Prim has shot 62.8 percent. STREAK SCORING: Arkansas-Little Rock has won its last three home games, scoring an average of 91.7 points while giving up 59. ASSIST-TO-FG RATIO: The Trojans have recently converted baskets via assists more often than the Bears. Arkansas-Little Rock has 33 assists on 69 field goals (47.8 percent) across its past three outings while Missouri State has assists on 33 of 84 field goals...
    Juggernaut Sound One way to bump up the sales of your new album is to do what Tech N9ne did and have Dwayne Johnson, aka The Rock, make his rap debut on it. And thanks to Johnson, the song “Face Off” has caused the Kansas City rapper’s track to hit number one on TikTok, a benchmark that’s just as important as Billboard these days. Tech N9ne brings emcees ​​Rittz, King ISO, MAEZ301, and Jerry Robinson to his Saturday night stop in St. Petersburg. It’s been a couple years since the horrorcore rapper has been in the Bay, and don’t be surprised if has a little more swagger than before. I’d be strutting if I gave The Rock his big break in the rap game, too. Tech N9ne w/ ​​Rittz, King ISO, MAEZ301, and Jerry Robinson. Saturday, Nov. 20, 7:45 p.m. $27.50-$30. Jannus Live, St. Petersburg. jannuslive.com Support local journalism in these crazy days. Our small but mighty team works tirelessly to share music news, events and concert announcements as the Tampa Bay music scene recovers from coronavirus shutdowns. Please consider...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — This weekend was the first for COVID-19 vaccine events for children, and on Sunday, hundreds of children as young as 5 years old got their Pfizer shots in Little Village. As CBS 2’s Marissa Parra reported, some parents even joined their children and got booster shots at the same time at the St. Anthony Hospital Community Clinic at 3059 W. 26th St. READ MORE: Kiante Tyler, 21, Denied Bond In Shooting Of Bensenville Police Officer Steven Kotlewski; Officer Remains In ICUThis came just days after the final approval from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for children ages 5 to 11. Small clinics began during the week, and major pharmacies and vaccination events – such as the one in Little Village – started this weekend. COVID-19 vaccinations look a little different with younger kids now involved – with everything from smaller doses to extra comfort. “When it comes to kids, everybody’s just a little more anxious,” said Dr. Romeen Lavani, pediatrician and chief medical officer at St. Anthony Hospital. “We are trying to manage their...
    cityofstpete/Flickr It won’t be hard to find Gulp Coast’s first Beer at the Pier festival, well, because the location is in its name. The Florida Brewers Guild and Visit St. Pete/Clearwater are teaming up to bring this boozy festival to downtown St. Petersburg on Saturday, Nov. 13.  There are two separate tasting sessions, the first from 1 p.m.-4 p.m., with the latter running from 6 p.m.-9 p.m. Both GA and VIP tickets get you unlimited tasting from some of Pinellas County’s best breweries, but VIP will get you a little extra swag and earlier access to the brews.  Some of the local breweries participating in the festival include: Bayboro Brewing Co., Big Storm Brewing Co., Gulfport Brewery, Grand Central Brewhouse, Cycle Brewing, Rapp Brewing Co., 3 Daughters Brewing and Pinellas Ale Works—alongside many more.  There will also be live music to enjoy, educational beer talks, and food for purchase from local vendors at this waterfront event.  Gulp Coast is a craft beer trail created by Visit St. Pete/Clearwater to showcase the Tampa Bay area as a craft beer-lover’s ideal destination...
    NORMAL, Ill. (AP) — Tobias Little ran for three touchdowns, Jason Shelley threw for 319 yards and two scores and Missouri State beat Illinois State 41-20 on Saturday. Little had a pair of 2-yard scores in the second quarter and a 5-yard score near the midway point of the third when the Bears (3-1, 2-0 Missouri Valley Football Conference) began to take control. Little’s first 2-yard touchdown dive put Missouri State up 14-13 before Jackson Waring threw a 75-yard touchdown to Jabari Khepera 14 seconds later. His second touchdown run with 3:16 left before halftime put the Bears in front to stay. Waring threw for 318 yards and three touchdowns but also was intercepted three times. Khepera caught five passes for 107 yards for Illinois State (2-3, 0-2). __ More AP college football: https://apnews.com/Collegefootball and https://twitter.com/AP_Top25. Sign up for the AP’s college football newsletter: https://apnews.com/cfbtop25 Copyright © 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The quick action of one teenager is credited for saving the life of another who was attacked with a knife while trying to exit a light rail train Monday night in St. Paul. Uncomfortable but alive, 16-year-old Chrissy Little is counting her blessings. Her mother, Shaketa Moore, is by her side, happy that the blade of the knife used in the attack missed her spine, her lungs and other organs. READ MORE: Anton Lazzaro, MNGOP Donor Charged With Sex Trafficking, To Remain Detained Ahead Of Trial “It was just in the middle of her spine and it slanted a little bit, though it missed her spine and went straight through her muscle in … her back,” Moore said. Little says this all began about a month ago. “The first time I ran into him downtown, he was asking me and my best friend to come with him,” Little said. The man asked them to have sex with someone for money, and both girls declined. “And he told me he better not run into me again,” she said....
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The quick action of one teenager is credited for saving the life of another who was attacked with a knife while trying to exit a light rail train Monday night in St. Paul. Uncomfortable but alive, 16-year-old Chrissy Little is counting her blessings. Her mother, Shaketa Moore, is by her side, happy that the blade of the knife used in the attack missed her spine, her lungs and other organs. READ MORE: Demond Bingham Dies After Shooting In St. Pauls North End Neighborhood “It was just in the middle of her spine and it slanted a little bit, though it missed her spine and went straight through her muscle in … her back,” Moore said. Little says this all began about a month ago. “The first time I ran into him downtown, he was asking me and my best friend to come with him,” Little said. The man asked them to have sex with someone for money, and both girls declined. “And he told me he better not run into me again,” she said. Chrissy Little (credit:...
    After passing through the International Contest of the 72nd edition of the Locarno Festival and the Official Section of the 64th edition of the Valladolid Seminci, ‘Little Miracles on Peckham St.’, the first fiction feature film by the directors’ tandem formed by Vesela Kazakova and Mina Mileva, arrives in Spanish commercial theaters. A social drama with overtones of acid comedy that evokes the cinema of the Dardenne brothers or Robert Guédiguian and that places the filmmakers as one of the new references in European social cinema. ‘Little Miracles on Peckham St.’ narrates the life of Irina, a middle-aged woman of Bulgarian nationality who lives in a neighborhood on the outskirts of London. Despite being an architect, she works what she can to make ends meet, as she has a child to support and a mortgage to pay. Her brother Vladimir, who lives with her, is a professor in history but works making arrangements in the neighborhood. The seemingly quiet life of the family will be turned upside down when the city council begins to rehabilitate the building and forces...
    Shown at the International Contest of the 72nd Locarno Festival and in the Official Section of the 64th edition of the Valladolid Seminci, One of the most exciting social drama titles of 2019, ‘Little Miracles on Peckham St.’, hits theaters., the leap into fiction of the filmmaker tandem formed by Vesela Kazakova and Mina Mileva; who directed two documentaries, ‘Uncle Tony, Three Fools and the Secret Service’ and ‘The Beast is Still Alive’, which caused a great controversy in their native country, Bulgaria, even banning and censoring. This gender change serves as a channel for a new approach to the social denunciation that they carry out through their cinema. ‘Little Miracles on Peckham St.’ -whose original title is more ironic and in tune with the film, ‘Cat in the Wall’ [en español, ‘Un gato en la pared’]- it is a cinematographic exercise that, on the one hand, is a traditional portrait from the London borough of Southwark under the gaze of a Bulgarian immigrant, an architect by profession, who accepts jobs that are below her studies in order to...
    OSCAR DE LA HOYA has challenged Dana White to a boxing match after the UFC chief blocked him from fighting Georges St-Pierre. Two-division UFC champion St-Pierre was on course to welcome The Golden Boy back to the ring in an exhibition bout. But the fight was vetoed by White as GSP is still under contract with the UFC. [email protected] Quit [email protected]’s chance to fight.  How about we get into the ring first little B*#ch then after I kick your ass, I’ll fight a real man #DeLaHoyaGSP #LetGSPFight pic.twitter.com/sPKeXpHDDW— Oscar De La Hoya (@OscarDeLaHoya) May 21, 2021 De La Hoya was fuming after learning of White's blocking of the bout, so much so he challenged the veteran promoter to meet him inside the ring. He tweeted: "@danawhite. Quit blocking @GeorgesStPierre’s chance to fight. "How about we get into the ring first little B*#ch then after I kick your ass, I’ll fight a real man." White and De La Hoya, 51 and 48 respectively, have a far from a cordial relationship - with the pair no stranger to taking shots at each other....
    Oscar De La Hoya has branded Dana White 'a little b*****' after the UFC boss blocked George St-Pierre from boxing the 48-year-old boxing legend.  Triller want to put on the bizarre cross-over fight but White will not allow it and went on a rant about their desperation to negotiate with him recently.  Now De La Hoya has weighed in on Twitter, writing: 'Quit blocking GSP's chance to fight. How about we get into the ring first little B****, then after I kick your ass, I'll fight a real man.' Oscar De La Hoya (left) is furious Dana White blocked him from boxing George St-Pierre (right) Dana White hit out at up-and coming social media service Triller in an expletive-laden rant Triller's CEO, Ryan Kavanaugh, had previously explained on Instagram: 'Dana White and the UFC just blocked Georges St-Pierre from fighting Oscar De La Hoya.  'It is a big payday for GSP and both he and Oscar's dream to fight each other. Dana would rather hold back those who put the UFC where it is and why? ...
    ST. LOUIS (AP) — Mikko Rantanen and J.T. Compher each had a goal and an assist and the Colorado Avalanche won their fourth straight with a 4-3 victory over the St. Louis Blues on Wednesday night. Pierre-Edouard Bellemare and Brandon Saad also scored, and Liam O’Brien had a pair of assists for Colorado, which improved to 17-1-2 since March 10, setting a mark for the best 20-game stretch in franchise history. READ MORE: Funeral To Be Held Monday For Joshua Haileyesus, 12-Year-Old Who Died As A Result Of The Blackout Challenge “The first 40 minutes, I liked it a lot,” Avalanche coach Jared Bednar said. “I think we had more energy than I thought we would. I was a little bit nervous about it, guys weren’t feeling well yesterday (after getting the coronavirus vaccine) and then today not being able to skate this morning, I don’t think helped us, but I think the guys got a little extra rest. They put in a little extra in warm up and they came out really good.” Devan Dubnyk made 31 saves in...
    If you’ve been dreaming of a trip to Ireland — St. Patrick’s Day lies just ahead, after all — take heart. Vaccines are rolling out, and real-life travel in 2021 no longer seems quite as impossible as it once did. And while you wait, a little virtual travel is guaranteed to lift spirits. Museums, quasi-live music, a little pub hopping, anyone? We may not be able to hang out in Dublin’s Temple Bar or the Guinness Storehouse for real right now. But we can tour this charming city from home, accompanied by some to-go fare from one of the Bay Area’s many Irish pubs to add ambience — a pint of Guinness, perhaps, a wedge of shepherd’s pie or a little Baileys cheesecake. We’ve been in an Emerald Isle state of mind all week, watching treacly rom-coms (don’t do it!) with woefully inadequate glimpses of Ireland and foodie-travelogue episodes of “Somebody Feed Phil.” The Netflix series sends wide-eyed, food-loving Phil Rosenthal, the TV writer and creator of “Everybody Loves Raymond,” out to navigate far-off destinations, including a fun episode devoted...
    On the long list of unwanted Claude Puel last summer, Miguel Trauco decided to stay to win in the eleven Stéphanois. Recruited in 2019 from Flamengo, against 1 million euros, the 28-year-old left-back has had a difficult first season under his new colors. Past very close to a departure towards Olympiakos during the summer transfer market, Miguel Trauco spoke about his decision to stay in Ligue 1 in an interview with Diario Depor. “Last summer, I was on the verge of concluding with Olympiakos. The discussions were well advanced, but I preferred to consolidate my place at ASSE, entrusted the Stéphanois side to the sports media. Even though Claude Puel had told me that I would have little chance of playing this season, I decided to stay and fight for a start at Saint Etienne. “ Miguel Trauco’s second season at Forez has started much better than the first. The Peruvian has been entitled to 16 appearances in all competitions so far. “The coach has changed his mind and now the situation is different, he continued. I play...
    LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — Marquis Eaton had 23 points as Arkansas State narrowly beat Arkansas-Little Rock 67-65 on Saturday. Christian Willis had 12 points for Arkansas State (10-9, 7-5 Sun Belt Conference), which earned its fourth consecutive win. Antwon Jackson added seven rebounds. Nikola Maric had 16 points for the Trojans (10-11, 6-8), whose losing streak stretched to four games. CJ White added 15 points. Marko Lukic had 14 points. The Red Wolves improve to 2-0 against the Trojans for the season. Arkansas State defeated Arkansas-Little Rock 73-62 on Friday. ___ For more AP college basketball coverage: https://apnews.com/Collegebasketball and http://twitter.com/AP_Top25 ___ This was generated by Automated Insights, http://www.automatedinsights.com/ap, using data from STATS LLC, https://www.stats.com Copyright © 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    Arkansas State (9-9, 6-5) vs. Arkansas-Little Rock (10-10, 6-7) Jack Stephens Center, Little Rock, Arkansas; Saturday, 6 p.m. EST BOTTOM LINE: Arkansas State goes for the season sweep over Arkansas-Little Rock after winning the previous matchup in Jonesboro. The teams last faced each other on Feb. 12, when the Red Wolves outshot Arkansas-Little Rock from the field 50 percent to 47.8 percent and recorded five fewer turnovers en route to a 73-62 victory. SAVVY SENIORS: Arkansas-Little Rock’s Ruot Monyyong, Nikola Maric and Ben Coupet Jr. have collectively accounted for 52 percent of the team’s scoring this season and have scored 56 percent of all Trojans points over the last five games. KEY FACILITATOR: Marquis Eaton has made or assisted on 50 percent of all Arkansas State field goals over the last three games. The senior guard has accounted for 15 field goals and 27 assists in those games. WINLESS WHEN: The Trojans are 0-6 when they score 64 points or fewer and 10-4 when they exceed 64 points. The Red Wolves are 0-7 when they fail to score more than...
    Arkansas-Little Rock (10-9, 6-6) vs. Arkansas State (8-9, 5-5) First National Bank Arena, Jonesboro, Arkansas; Wednesday, 9 p.m. EST BOTTOM LINE: Two forwards will be on display as Ruot Monyyong and Arkansas-Little Rock will face Norchad Omier and Arkansas State. The senior Monyyong is averaging 9.4 points over the last five games. Omier, a freshman, is averaging 13.4 points over the last five games. STEPPING UP: Omier is putting up a double-double (12.2 points and 11.2 rebounds) to lead the way for the Red Wolves. Complementing Omier is Marquis Eaton, who is producing 13.1 points and 4.9 assists per game. The Trojans have been led by Monyyong, who is averaging a double-double with 12.3 points and 10.9 rebounds. SUN BELT IMPROVEMENT: The Red Wolves have scored 76.1 points per game against conference opponents so far, an improvement from the 61.3 per game they managed in non-conference play. SPARKING THE OFFENSE: Eaton has either made or assisted on 48 percent of all Arkansas State field goals over the last three games. Eaton has 16 field goals and 26 assists in those...
    Advice From Mark Cuban, Warren Buffett and Other Experts That Can Help You Survive a Crisis Ford begins releasing images of the 2021 Broncos available accessories Best & Worst Refinance Mortgage Companies of 2021 Ad Microsoft Seniors Are Getting These Unsold 2020 SUVs For Dirt Cheap Ad Microsoft A slam dunk if you need a balance transfer Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/22 SLIDES © IMDB When you think of St. Patrick’s Day, your mind probably jumps to rainbows, gold, and lots of green. But there’s way more to the history of St. Patrick’s Day>>>P. It didn’t start out as a holiday with green cocktails and dyed rivers, but instead began with a man named Patrick who made it his life’s work to convert people in Ireland to Christians....
    STEVE BRUCE is fighting for his job at Newcastle after fans launched a protest outside St James' Park calling for him to be axed. A banner bearing his image along with the club's owner, Mike Ashley, was accompanied by a slogan saying 'act late, seal your fate' and the dates 2009 and 2016 when Newcastle were relegated from the top flight. 4Steve Bruce is feeling the heat as his Newcastle side made it ten games without a winCredit: AFP 4Fans protested outside St James' Park and are worried about relegation And in a further blow to Bruce, Toon favourite Rafa Benitez is now available to take over after walking away from his £12million-a-year deal at Chinese Super League club Dalain Professional, while former Bournemouth boss, Eddie Howe, has also been linked with the club. It comes after they slumped to defeat at Aston Villa to go ten games without a win. When asked about the protest outside Newcastle's home ground, Bruce replied: "I am disappointed to hear that." He added: "We have been on a difficult run but we aren't...
    STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) — The Big Ten Conference reprimanded interim Penn State basketball coach Jim Ferry and fined the university $10,000 for comments Ferry made following a loss to Purdue. Ferry, named interim coach last fall after Patrick Chambers resigned following an internal investigation into inappropriate conduct, was called out by the conference for his actions after the Nittany Lions lost to the Boilermakers 80-72 on Sunday to fall to 3-5. Referees issued a technical foul on Ferry in the second half. Afterward, he voiced his concerns about the officiating being “a little uneven or inconsistent.” “I wasn’t ranting or raving, I wasn’t cursing,” Ferry said after the loss. “I thought there was a little sensitivity on that.” The Big Ten said Ferry was reprimanded not for the technical foul but for his postgame comments. “The Big Ten Conference expects all contests involving a member institution to be conducted without compromise to any fundamental element of sportsmanship,” the conference said in a statement. “Such fundamental elements include integrity of the competition, civility toward all, and respect, particularly toward opponents...
    LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — Caleb Asberry had 23 points as Texas State topped Arkansas-Little Rock 67-56 on Saturday. Asberry shot 9 for 11 from the floor, including 5 of 6 from behind the arc. He added seven rebounds. Shelby Adams had 11 points and six rebounds for Texas State (9-4, 3-1 Sun Belt Conference). Mason Harrell added 10 points. Arkansas-Little Rock totaled 22 second-half points, a season low for the team. Ben Coupet Jr. had 20 points for the Trojans (7-6, 3-3). Nikola Maric added 11 points. Ruot Monyyong had 10 points and 10 rebounds. The Bobcats improve to 2-0 against the Trojans this season. Texas State defeated Arkansas-Little Rock 63-59 on Friday. ___ For more AP college basketball coverage: https://apnews.com/Collegebasketball and http://twitter.com/AP_Top25 ___ This was generated by Automated Insights, http://www.automatedinsights.com/ap, using data from STATS LLC, https://www.stats.com Copyright © 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    American Empirical Pictures Indian Paintbrush Looking for something to do outside with the fam? Green Bench Brewing Co. has the answer. The brewery's bi-weekly Movies in the Beer Garden event invites your crew of all ages to camp out and watch a free movie. On Wednesday, Jan. 20, Green Bench is screening "Moonrise Kingdom"(PG-13), a classic Wes Anderson flick. This event is BYOB (bring your own blanket—gotcha!) or lawn chair, as well as snacks. But you might want to bring some dough for beers to get a little buzzed during the screening. Each movie kicks off at 7 p.m., so get there a little early to stakeout your lounge spot as they are first come first serve.  Just a heads up, while there isn't a set number for capacity for this event, a Green Bench rep did confirm that a manager will be on-site to ensure social distancing, and if the space runs out of room for guests to safely watch, there will be an employee assigned to the door to regulate guests.  While it is cute to have a...
    Clement Clark Moore was born in New York City in 1779 and, long before his death 84 years later, established a reputation as a scholar. A noted lecturer and writer, he also generously supported theological education. Yet his life would merit little more than a footnote in New York’s history — except for the one poem for which he is remembered. Written for his children in 1822, it was first published (anonymously) in the Troy, NY, Sentinel the next year. The poem was, of course, “A Visit From St. Nicholas” (“The Night Before Christmas”).   ’Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house   Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse;   The stockings were hung by the chimney with care,   In hopes that St. Nicholas soon would be there;   The children were nestled all snug in their beds,   While visions of sugar-plums danced in their heads;   And Mamma in her ’kerchief, and I in my cap,   Had just settled our brains for a long winter’s nap;   When out on the lawn there arose such a clatter,   I sprang...
    SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP) — Isiaih Mosley and Ja’Monta Black scored 26 points apiece as Missouri State topped Arkansas-Little Rock 85-77 on Monday night. Mosley made 9 of 10 free throws for his career high and added eight rebounds and six assists. Black mated Mosley by going 7 of 11 from the field but all his shots were from 3-point range. Gaige Prim added 10 points for Missouri State (3-0), marking his 16th straight game in double figures. Jared Ridder hit a shot from midcourt at the halftime buzzer to put Missouri State on top 40-28. Markquis Nowell had 18 points and seven assists for the Trojans (4-3). Ruot Monyyong added 16 points. Isaiah Palermo had 14 points. After a third player fouled out in the last minute, Little Rock finished with four players on the court. ___ For more AP college basketball coverage: https://apnews.com/Collegebasketball and http://twitter.com/AP_Top25 ___ This was generated by Automated Insights, http://www.automatedinsights.com/ap, using data from STATS LLC, https://www.stats.com Copyright © 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    Arkansas-Little Rock (4-2) vs. Missouri State (2-0) JQH Arena, Springfield, Missouri; Monday, 8 p.m. EST BOTTOM LINE: Arkansas-Little Rock and Missouri State both look to put winning streaks together . Each team won at home in their last game. Missouri State earned a 94-67 win over Northwestern State on Saturday, while Arkansas-Little Rock emerged with a 78-50 blowout win over Champion Christian College on Friday. SAVVY SENIORS: Arkansas-Little Rock’s Markquis Nowell, Ruot Monyyong and Ben Coupet Jr. have collectively accounted for 43 percent of the team’s scoring this season, including 53 percent of all Trojans points over the last five games. CREATING OFFENSE: Nowell has accounted for 58 percent of all Arkansas-Little Rock field goals over the last three games. The junior guard has 19 field goals and 33 assists in those games. DID YOU KNOW: Missouri State is ranked second among MVC teams with an average of 83.5 points per game. ___ For more AP college basketball coverage: https://apnews.com/Collegebasketball and http://twitter.com/AP_Top25 ___ This was generated by Automated Insights, http://www.automatedinsights.com/ap, using data from STATS LLC, https://www.stats.com Copyright © 2020 The Associated...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- Grab the children and take a "holiday break." Join the ABC 7 anchor team as they share the classic Christmas tale, "A Visit from St. Nicholas."Here's the story if you would like to read along.A Visit from St. NicholasBY CLEMENT CLARKE MOORE'Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the houseNot a creature was stirring, not even a mouse;The stockings were hung by the chimney with care,In hopes that St. Nicholas soon would be there;The children were nestled all snug in their beds;While visions of sugar-plums danced in their heads;And mamma in her 'kerchief, and I in my cap,Had just settled our brains for a long winter's nap,When out on the lawn there arose such a clatter,I sprang from my bed to see what was the matter.Away to the window I flew like a flash,Tore open the shutters and threw up the sash.The moon on the breast of the new-fallen snow,Gave a lustre of midday to objects below,When what to my wondering eyes did appear,But a miniature sleigh and eight tiny rein-deer,With a little old driver so...
    Auditions for St. Marys Little Theatre’s production of  “Smokie’s Blues”  will be held from 2 pm to 4 pm on December 6 at Theatre by the Trax, 1000 Osborne Street in St. Marys. This original musical drama portrays a story of love, loss, and redemption through the music and culture of the 40s back country. The story begins with Smokie, an iconic blues singer of juke joint fame, sitting on death row, awaiting her fate after killing her man in a jealous rage. Anguish and regret gnaw at her heart and torment her soul. Through flashbacks, the yarn unfolds with stirring music that will touch the audience and inspire musings of a deeper level than one might expect. The production is not, however, without its light moments. “It’s kind of like where ‘The Color Purple’ meets ‘Chicago’, said Barbara Ryan, the author of the play. “Laughter and tears intermingle.” Ryan said that though it might be hard to find humor in such a subject, live theatre presents an arena that...
    THE CHELSEA/ INSTAGRAM St. Pete, can you handle another coffee shop? Well, you have another month or so to prepare. A new coffee bar, The Chelsea St Pete, is coming to town in early 2021. Nestling in at 2462 5th Ave. S. at St. Pete's Warehouse Arts District, The Chelsea plans on offering a little more than your typical caffeinated buzz.  The menu is set to feature coffee, tea, beer, wine, and bites. The space also plans on hosting a variety of decor, art, and home accessories for sale. Getting tipsy and having an embroidered pillow nearby may be a dangerous game to play.  Owner Teresa Vidal Chalkley—who has previously co-owned and managed two boutiques in St. Petersburg, Bossa Nova and If and Only If (stylized "if and only if")—is behind the project. The forthcoming coffee bar's website gives insight into what the coffee bar represents for Chalkley, "Chelsea St Pete, is inspired by Chalkley's student experiences of working in busy Chelsea restaurants and exploring the exciting and vibrant explosion of boutique shops, art galleries, and cafes and bistros in...
    pedroelpoetaband/Facebook “This frightening storm is like the norm now/It’s been going on so long, I’m worn out,” St. Pete hip-hop regular Pedro el Poeta Jarquin declares in the first verse of his newest song. “No Peace,” along with its music video, pretty much emphasizes everything that needs to be said about the atrocity that is 2020. And it comes with guitar riffs Run-DMC would definitely approve. El Poeta starts off by complaining about how every time he opens his phone, he knows that he’s about to be reminded that there’s always literally something controversial going down every hour in America. “Trust your leaders, not the doctors,” a television in the music video says. The song continues to reflect upon other aspects of quarantining, such as the stupidity of reopening schools, and the notion of not being a selfish asshole by refusing to follow safety protocols. (“Humans ain't meant for isolated states/But I don’t wanna decide someone else’s fate”). Meanwhile, the music video shows Pedro elbow-bumping two women, which evolved from what could have been a deadly hug. Also thrown in...
    southernexposurepubandgrub.comSt. Pete’s Central Arts District added another restaurant to its repertoire. Although, you may have never heard of it - until now. Located at 326 1st Ave. N. next door to William’s Park Hotel, the opening of Southen Exposure flew under the radar, and continues to be a little off the grid with its lack of social media absence. Discounts include 20% off for fire, police, first responders, military and hospital staff with ID. There’s also a daily early bird drink special as well as a $14 Prix fix menu from 3-6 p.m. available for dine-in only. Pockets a little light after the first of the month? Southern Exposure hosts .50 cent Friday and Saturday dine-in only. The resto’s limited menu includes entrees like baby back ribs, Louisiana gumbo, chicken and waffles, southern pulled pork, chicken tenders, meatloaf and smoked penne.  Those can go along with classic sides like beans and sausage, collards, dirty rice, southern potato salad, veggies and garlic mashed potatoes.  If you’re feeling peckish, opt for starters like Carolina wings, pretzel bites or a garden salad....
    Winter is coming. MPR’s Nina Moini reports: “The city of St. Paul plans to clear a large tent encampment Thursday, as it continues to try to find places for people to stay as the weather worsens. The tent encampment of nearly 80 people below Cathedral Hill stretches along a railing above Interstate 35E.” Trial trials. KARE’s Dana Thiede reports: “The attorney for former Minneapolis Police officer Derek Chauvin filed a motion opposing a joint trial that would tie his case with three other defendants in the death of George Floyd. Defense attorney Eric Nelson’s motion for a separate trial follows similar motions filed Tuesday by the attorneys for former officers Tou Thao, J. Alexander Kueng and Thomas Lane.” Politico interviews Gov. Tim Walz on the pandemic, politics and more. Politico’s John F. Harris reports: “Is Walz living in a fantasy? Or, more generously, in the past? Even Gwen Walz, the governor’s wife and a high school English teacher, sometimes worries that he is, at least when it comes to dealing with his Republican adversaries. By most evidence, they are little interested in helping...
    Photo via Sips/FacebookIf you’re ready for some elevated sips on St. Pete Beach (no shade to PCI), you’re in luck. Wine bar, Sips, quietly opened at 6710 Gulf Blvd. last Friday. The wine wall is stacked with reds and whites that you can either “sip” (1.5-ounces), get “some” (3-ounces), or pour a little “more” (6-ounces). While you’re more than welcome to drink your way through the wine list, guests can also dig into flatbreads and curated charcuterie to even out their buzz. The flatbread menu has classic bites like cheese, pepperoni, and Caprese as well as a loaded Italian flatbread with mozzarella cheese, basil oregano, pepperoni, capicola, salami, prosciutto and pizza sauce.  Not a wine drinker but want in on the action? Sip also has brews by the bottle and can, ranging from seltzers and ciders to IPAs. Now that the temps are finally (kind of) cooling down, you can get your drinks in and then take a tipsy social distanced stroll on the sand.  Hours for the new wine bar are 4-10 p.m. on weekdays, and noon-10 p.m. on...
    St. Paul police are investigating a fatal shooting in the city’s Prosperity Heights neighborhood. The shooting occurred Wednesday evening in the 1200 block of Hazelwood Street, according to a post on the St. Paul Police Department’s Twitter account. Police said they will be releasing information later Wednesday night. The homicide is the 22nd of the year in St. Paul. Related Articles 2 men injured in separate St. Paul shootings in 45-minute span Hermantown man charged with second degree murder in Lino Lakes slaying; said victim stole from him Mom sentenced to up to 3 years of probation for neglecting 3 children in Little Canada apartment Duluth officer’s Facebook post goes viral after recounting how he “almost shot an ‘unarmed Black man” St. Paul Central High robotics team trailer stolen Sign up for Newsletters and Alerts Subscribe Follow Us Facebook Twitter Instagram RSS Most Popular ‘We’re mourning,’ St. Paul firefighters say after 3 of their own die in short...
    Police are investigating separate shootings in St. Paul that injured two men on Tuesday afternoon. One happened on the East Side and the other was north of the state Capitol. It wasn’t immediately clear whether they were related, said Steve Linders, a St. Paul police spokesman. Officers were called to the area of Stillwater Avenue and Johnson Parkway on a report of a shooting about 4:15 p.m. They found a 23-year-old man who’d been shot in his shoulder, Linders said. Paramedics transported him to Regions Hospital for treatment. Information about his condition wasn’t available. Soon after, officers responded to United Hospital, where a 19-year-old man had arrived with a gunshot wound. He said the shooting happened near Jackson and Winter streets shortly before 5 p.m. The man’s injuries were believed to be non-life threatening, according to Linders. No one has been arrested in either case, which are both under investigation. Related Articles Hermantown man charged with second degree murder in Lino Lakes slaying; said victim stole from him Mom sentenced to up to 3 years of...
    Photo via Visit St. Pete/Clearwater/FacebookLast May, St. Pete-Clearwater International Airport announced that it was welcoming two ‘Burg bangers—Mazzaro’s Italian Market and 3 Daughters Brewing Co.— to its limited line-up of food and drink options. A little over a year later and the airport has officially opened the doors to Mazzaro’s allowing those flying in to get a taste of a local favorite and those flying out something to eat besides a bag of trail mix from the duty-free shop. This location is stationed by gates 7-11 and is offering eats like flatbreads and sandwiches, as well as cocktails. The ribbon-cutting for the concept was held yesterday with the Italian market’s owner Kurt Cuccaro, Airport Director Tom Jewsbury, Pinellas County Administrator Barry Burton, County Commission Chair Pat Gerard, Commissioners Ken Welch, and Charlie Justice. If you’re not taking off an adventure during a pandemic, you can slide to the OG location at 2909 22nd Ave. N. in St. Pete. Support local journalism in these crazy days. Our small but mighty team is working tirelessly to bring you up to the minute...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Authorities in Morrison County say a 36-year-old St. Cloud man is in custody after fleeing police and hitting a deputy’s squad car. According to the sheriff’s office, deputies responded around 7:40 p.m. Tuesday to assist the Little Falls Police Department with a theft complaint at the local Walmart. When en route, deputies learned that the suspect left in a vehicle. A deputy located the suspect vehicle on 160th Avenue, east of Little Falls and attempted to stop it. That’s when the suspect fled from authorities, driving through yards and at one point, striking the deputy’s squad car. According to the sheriff’s office, the suspect fled on foot and was later located with the use of the sheriff’s K-9. The individual was taken into custody and is being held in Morrison County Jail pending formal charges. WCCO-TV does not name suspects until they have been formally charged.
    Photo via Yummè/FacebookWith ordering in at an all-time high, mobility at a low, Herbalife Nutrition Distributor and Coach Xaviera Zientek is opening up Yummè, a health-focused cafe. Coming along at 2942 49th St. N. in St. Pete, Yummè offers up healthy shakes, energizing teas, “guilt-free desserts, and good vibes.” Yummè’s social media teases menu items like protein waffles, meal replacement shakes, pink lemonade tea, and a gluten-free vanilla ice cream shake. The concept is also set to host a specialty iced coffee bar.  Zientek, a second-generation St. Pete resident, has always wanted to open something that was a local neighborhood hub that was healthier. On a phone call with CL, the coach and Yummè founder explained that she supports local whenever possible, and she wanted to create a no-pressure space for the community. All products on the menu are Herbalife, "I describe this menu as if Weight Watchers and Smoothie King had a baby,"  Zientek said with a laugh. The family-friendly shop will also be offering curbside and local deliveries. For those looking to get a little sweat on post-shake,...
    JEFFREY Epstein’s island is still patrolled by armed guards, an urban explorer who visited the shadowy site has claimed. Andy Bracco told The Sun Online about his eerie trip to Little Saint James – Epstein’s private retreat that has become known as “paedo island”. Instagram 13 Andy Bracco visited Epstein’s mysterious private island Instagram 13 Andy Bracco told how he dodged security to get on Little Saint James Bracco, from Long Island, US, who goes by the online moniker Place Hacker, traveled to the island this month with his pal Jon Menga – visiting the site twice. He told The Sun Online how they dodged security as they ventured through the southern portion of the $64million, 70-acre, Caribbean paradise in the US Virgin Islands.  The duo came across infamous landmarks such as the temple and the sundial which were all once used by Epstein and his powerful pals.  Locals warned him about teams of what are believed to be private security on the island who are armed while patrolling the roads on quad bikes and in buggies.  Despite...
    All safety precautions will be taken: safe distancing, masks, temperature taking. Low Country residents and visitors will watch history come alive when the St. Marys Little Theatre presents the original musical, “River of Life,” at Theatre by the Trax in St. Marys on September 11, 12, 13, 18, 19 and 20. According to co-directors Barbara Ryan and Ann Walsh, the two hour production will be a roller coaster ride of emotions—and purposefully so. “You’ll laugh. You’ll cry. You’ll find yourself singing along with Admiral Cockburn, Aaron Burr, and other figures in history who have played a role in our area’s rich heritage,” Walsh said. “River of Life” begins in the earliest of times with the Timucuan Indians, then traverses hundreds of years portraying the trials and triumphs of St. Marys’ founding fathers, the tragic Acadians, early settlers, railroad and paper mill workers, the founder of Black education, Carnegie descendants on Cumberland Island and more…all the way to the establishment of Kings Bay Naval Submarine Base and St. Marys’...
    cityofstpete/Flickr The new St. Petersburg pier is 23 miles away from Creative Loafing’s Tampa Heights office. Sometimes, from the seat where I’m supposed to do the job of trying to help an alt-weekly adapt to new challenges without losing sight of its mission to serve underheard voices, The ‘Burg (do you all still call it that?) feels eons away. Especially when unpermitted pro-police street murals are popping up just a few blocks down from your mailbox. The community keeps us in touch, however, and without them—plus this 32-year-old newspaper’s Pinellas-based contributors—St. Pete would feel even more distant. Over the last few weeks, St. Petersburg protesters have given us tips on what’s happening within their movement. CL’s Jenna Rimensnyder has been all over food news and restaurant openings. Musicians from the 727 never stopped telling us about their new projects. And while we always take officials’ statements with a grain of salt, the city police force’s public information officers are always accommodating and non-combative (both our offices have jobs to do, after all). It even feels like Mayor Rick Kriseman’s...
    Maya Rudolph as Kamala Harris (Saturday Night Live/ NBC YouTube) Maya Rudolph, the Emmy-nominated comedian who impersonated Kamala Harris on Saturday Night Live, responded to the news that the Senator was selected to run as the number two on the Joe Biden presidential ticket. “Oh s—, ruh-roh,” said Maya Rudolph after Democratic presidential candidate announced Harris as his 2020 running mate. Her portrayal of the politician led Entertainment Weekly to ask Rudolph her thoughts on the historic moment. READ MORE: 5 Reasons Tiffany Haddish and Maya Rudolph need to host next year’s Oscars Senator Kamala Harris is the first Black woman to run as vice president on a major party ticket. She also holds the distinct honor to be the first Asian American woman to appear on the ticket as a VP choice. Back in September, Rudolph and Harris exchanged supportive tweets following the sketch where she took on portraying the recently announced 2020 vice presidential nominee.  YES SHE WAS SENATOR HARRIS!!! https://t.co/nW9tRdJu6D— Maya Rudolph (@MayaRudolph) September 29, 2019 Rudolph ended her full-time role at SNL in 2007, still...
    Evolve & Co. PR Quarantine has given dog owners an incredible amount of quality time with their pups—maybe too much. Now that restrictions are letting up and allowing locals to dine out (while socially distancing), Boulevard Burgers is using the month of August to offer “Fido Sliders” to owners and their dogs looking to get some fresh air. The restaurant is known for its all-day every day happy hour, monster burgers, and being wildly pet-friendly (there’s a Yappy Hour every Saturday afternoon). The mini-burger entree add-on is available to all guests for $3 with a purchase of any entree. The offer goes until August 31, but Boulevard’s Yappy Hour is now extended to seven days a week all month with $4 well drinks and $5 Jose Cuervo margaritas. Things might get a little weird, but at least you don’t have to share your burger with your dog anymore. Not eating with your four-legged friend and not quite comfortable eating in the dining room? You can opt for outdoor covered seating near the bar with the pups. Hours for Boulevard...
    Photo via Fo’Cheezy Food Truck/FacebookSpeciality grilled cheeses are stacked on the menu at Fo’Cheezy, the latest concept to land on St. Pete Beach. Celebrity chef and Food Network contestant, Robert Hesse, has launched his full-service brick and mortar to echo his food truck which you can find roaming around the ‘Burg. The joint celebrated its grand opening at 6305 Gulf Blvd. over the weekend, allowing diners to chow down on signature grilled cheese sandos like the Cluck Norris “Ass Kickin Chicken” served with smoked gouda, aged cheddar, Nashville hot sauce, southern fried chicken, pickled red onion, dill pickles and cut slaw. Want something a little brighter? The Cheezy Caprese with buffalo mozzarella, provolone, whipped ricotta, basil pesto, bruschetta tomatoes, pickled red onion and balsamic syrup. Damn, this sounds like prime hangover food. Other Fo’Cheezy eats include sides like a variety of tots (truffle, cheesy, loaded), cheese curds, mac n’ cheese, soups, and salads. If you still have room for dessert, you can choose from sweet treats like Dough Boyz made up of chocolate chip cookie dough egg rolls or Gimme...
    Photo via Hitchcock'sLooks like Hitchcock’s Market is up and running at Tyrone Mall, 6765 22nd Ave. N. in St. Pete. Although the Central Florida-based grocery store hasn’t officially announced its debut, local Facebook foodies are buzzing that the store is open and boasts a similar layout to its predecessor. That means you can expect a wide selection of produce, a booming deli section, brews, as well as your mundane grocery needs. Guests can also snag a draft or glass of wine while they shop. Lucky’s Market St. Petersburg location, along with a few other Lucky’s stores around the state, shuttered in early February due to bankruptcy. Hitchcock’s, which describes itself as “well-stocked, clean and service oriented,” already has 10 other Florida locations, and the chain’s website says another one will open soon in Homosassa. Fingers crossed this one sticks around a little longer. The new market offers an app for customers to grab weekly ads, create and save shopping lists and order online. Although the St. Petersburg location has yet to be added to its list of options for...
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