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    With the 2022-23 NBA season approaching, the Orlando Sentinel is unveiling a five-part series of Orlando Magic storylines to keep an eye on heading into training camp, which tips off Tuesday at their new state-of-the-art AdventHealth Training Center. Part one addressed whether the Magic did enough to turn around their shooting woes, while part two focused on injury-related questions. Part Three: The Rookies Paolo Banchero and Caleb Houstan took the first step in their NBA careers on the same night. But the outside expectations surrounding them couldn’t be more stark entering their rookies seasons. Houstan faces minimal external pressure as the Magic’s second-round pick (No. 32). As the top pick in June’s NBA draft, all eyes on are Banchero. Banchero’s used to attention after being a 5-star and playing at Duke during coach Mike Krzyzewski’s final season. He’s accustomed to high expectations and has embraced the pressure. Banchero used summer league to help show he can be the kind of go-to guy people expect most No. 1 picks to be. That process will continue once the Magic start camp. Orlando’s...
    A popular local singer and guitar player has left the Keystone State for sunny LA as he competes on NBC's "The Voice." Eric Torres aka Devix, only announced that he was auditioning on his Facebook page on Sept. 15. But less than 6 days later, he's announced that he did more than just audition, he was cast to compete on Grammy-winner Camila Cabello's team! "All I can say is thank you. I love you all for the amazing support you’ve privileged me with. So excited to grow with and learn from Camila Cabello," Devix says in his announcement. The previous night, Devix had brought "the magic" with his rendition of Glass Animals "Heat Waves" when he got a three out of four judge chair turn. He is originally from Queens New York but had moved to York County, Pennsylvania to be closer to his mother who has cerebral palsy, he explained to the judges on Tuesday. You can watch Devix on the voice on NBC and  Monday and Tuesday at 8 p.m.
    The Orlando Magic will open the 2022-23 regular season against the Detroit Pistons on Oct. 19 and their first home game will be vs. the Boston Celtics on Oct. 22 at Amway Center after the NBA released the full schedule Wednesday afternoon. The Magic will play six of their first eight games on the road and have their longest homestand from early to mid-November before playing a balanced schedule the rest of the way. Orlando opens training camp on Sept. 27 at its new AdventHealth Training Center. Magic ticket plans, suites and single-game tickets will go on sale at 1 p.m. on Aug. 26. The Fast Break Monthly Pass, which was introduced last season, will return for 2022-23. It includes up to five games each month for $49. Learn more at OrlandoMagic.com/FastBreak. More information about pre-sale access can be found at OrlandoMagic.com or by calling 407-89-MAGIC. Here are seven highlights from the schedule: Opener vs. Pistons Paolo Banchero, the No. 1 pick in June’s NBA draft, will make his Magic debut when they open their season at the Pistons. It’ll...
    The Orlando Magic will open their 2022-23 regular season against the Detroit Pistons on Oct. 19 and their first home game will be vs. the Bostons Celtics on Oct. 22 at Amway Center, according to the NBA, which released the league’s schedule for the upcoming season Wednesday afternoon. The Magic will play six of their first eight games on the road and have their longest homestand from early to mid-November before playing a balanced schedule the rest of the way. Orlando opens training camp on Sept. 27 at its new AdventHealth Training Center. Magic ticket plans, suites and single-game tickets will go on sale at 1 p.m. on Friday, August 27. The Fast Break Monthly Pass, which was introduced last season, will return for 2022-23. It includes up to five games each month for $49. Learn more at OrlandoMagic.com/FastBreak. More information about pre-sale access can be found at OrlandoMagic.com or by calling 407-89-MAGIC. Here are seven highlights from the schedule: Opener vs. Pistons Paolo Banchero, the No. 1 pick in June’s NBA draft, will make his Magic debut when they...
    The Orlando Magic will open their 2022-23 regular season against the Detroit Pistons on Oct. 19 and their first home game will be vs. the Bostons Celtics on Oct. 22 at Amway Center, according to the NBA, which released the league’s schedule for the upcoming season Wednesday afternoon. The Magic will play six of their first eight games on the road and have their longest homestand from early to mid-November before playing a balanced schedule the rest of the way. Orlando opens training camp on Sept. 27 at its new AdventHealth Training Center. Magic ticket plans, suites and single-game tickets will go on sale at 1 p.m. on Friday, August 27. The Fast Break Monthly Pass, which was introduced last season, will return for 2022-23. It includes up to five games each month for $49. Learn more at OrlandoMagic.com/FastBreak. More information about pre-sale access can be found at OrlandoMagic.com or by calling 407-89-MAGIC. Here are seven highlights from the schedule: Opener vs. Pistons Paolo Banchero, the No. 1 pick in June’s NBA draft, will make his Magic debut when they...
    FULHAM defender Antonee Robinson might fancy his chances on Britain's Got Talent after showing off his incredible magic skills. The 24-year-old left his Fulham team-mates - and all of social media - in awe with a mind-blowing "jedi" card trick. 2Antonee Robinson left fans stunned with an incredible "jedi" card trickCredit: https://twitter.com/FulhamFC 2The Fulham defender is a wizard on and off the pitchCredit: https://twitter.com/FulhamFC He will be hoping he can cast a spell to keep the Whites in the Premier League this season after a third promotion in five years. Robinson started his trick by shuffling a deck of cards, before telling an amazing story as he overturned each individual card. The USA international started: "I was walking down the street and there were these two redheads," before proceeding to pull out the Queen of Hearts and Queen of Diamonds. Robinson continued: "Their friends came over it was two brunettes." Read More In FootballGET YOUR GOSS Ronaldo LATEST, Liverpool open talks for Matheus Nunes, Tielemans updates He then produced the Queen of Spades and Queen of...
    A BEAUTY lover was left with burns after trying the hair eraser that's gone viral on TikTok. It's one of the most talked about beauty gadgets on social media - the hair eraser, which, like the name suggests, erases your hair and leaves the skin feeling silky smooth. 4The video has taken the internet by stormCredit: TikTok/@khiyahnaat 4The 19-year-old claimed that the only thing that made the pain less severe was Aloe VeraCredit: TikTok/@khiyahnaat The supposedly painless hair remover that's seen countless positive 5-star reviews also promises to improve the appearance of strawberry legs - and those who shave know how annoying these can get. But although this miracle device might be the new go-to for many who will now ditch the razor and painful waxing sessions, not everyone's been so impressed with the viral gadget. In fact, one beauty lover, who had tried the device, was so dissatisfied with the results, she took it to TikTok to warn others. In the now viral video, which has been viewed more than a whopping 1.1 million times, Khiyah Rehman shared her...
    Well, it would be a bit awkward if the New York City Center Encores! production of Stephen Sondheim’s Into the Woods, opening on Broadway tonight (St. James Theatre, to August 21), was not as wonderful as the original production of only two months ago. Fortunately, with a few cast changes, this remains a shimmeringly gorgeous production, directed with such care and flair by Lear DeBessonet—and the best tribute imaginable to the master himself, who died aged 91 last November. The Encores! production commanded queues around the block for its May engagement, and the audience for its Broadway production is buzzing as it takes it seats, rapturously applauding throughout, and thunderously ecstatic, standing as one whooping and clapping, at the end. Do all you can to book a ticket. This is a theatrical event to see and to savor. The show, packed with stars clearly having the times of their lives, is both extremely funny and profoundly moving, switching between both registers in a blink at certain moments, while in the second act letting its emotional power grow and...
    Mike Tyson has admitted that he was on magic mushrooms during his exhibition fight with Roy Jones Jr in 2020, which left him unable to feel any of his opponent's punches. The boxing icon returned to the ring for the first time in 15 years in November 2020, taking on fellow great Jones Jr in an eight-round exhibition bout which controversially ended in a draw. Tyson largely dominated the bout and put on a performance that exceed expectations in Los Angeles. And the heavyweight dubbed as 'the Baddest Man on the Planet' revealed he took psychedelic drugs to help him through the bout. 'We don't use [mushrooms] to run away,' he explained during an appearance on The Pivot podcast, after being asked if his drug advocacy was at times self-medication for other issues.  'It helps me train, it helps me box better. When I'm fighting, I really don't feel the punches. It's really just some f**king magical s**t. You saw me just fight [against Jones]. I was on shrooms. 'I wouldn't fight without them, are you crazy? And some weed. I...
    I’m not only jumping on the Paolo Banchero bandwagon. I’m driving the dad-gum thing! Hop on, baby. The Orlando Magic are headed to the 2025 NBA Finals. 2026 at the latest! On a franchise altering Thursday night, the Magic drafted 6-foot-10, 250-pound Duke manchild Paolo Banchero with the No. 1 overall pick in the 2022 NBA Draft. I know, I know, I’m breaking my long-standing policy about not getting overly excited over the crapshoot known as the NBA Draft and not expecting too much from a 19-year-old kid who has only played one year of college basketball. And, no, I’m not going to write the mundane, obligatory sentence that sports columnists write after every draft in any sport: “We won’t know for a couple of years if Jeff Weltman, the Magic’s president of basketball operations, made the right pick.” This is not a night to be realistic or rational; this is not a night to be cynical or skeptical; this is not a night to keep wallowing in the misery of having the losingest franchise in the NBA over the...
    ESPN’s JJ Redick reunited with former Orlando Magic teammate Grant Hill and discussed the hazing Redik faced as a rookie. During last Thursday’s edition of The Old Man and The Three Podcast, Hill recalled wanting to protect Redick as a newcomer on the team but admitted hazing was inevitable. “There’s this story, I hope you don’t mind me saying this, but you were late one day –” Hill began. “One day?” Redick joked. “Okay. Yes. You were late many days!” Hill corrected. “Three days, three days. Only time I’ve been late,” Redick added. “I think he was late — You might have shown up like when the practice was over, but it was definitely late in practice and the veterans brought you in the locker room and they put ’em in a chair. One of those like swivel chairs, that’s on wheels and they’re starting to talk to ’em and you know, ‘you can’t do this and blah, blah, blah,'” Hill recalled. “And then they just duct tape him to the chair and then they wheel ’em into the showers...
    Hollywood TV actor Tyler Sanders reportedly died at the age of 18 on Tuesday. The star was found at home in Los Angeles but the cause of death is still not known, according to TMZ. An autopsy will be conducted and there will be an investigation, it was added. The teen actor is best known for his roles on the small screen in 911: Lone Star with Rob Lowe and Fear the Walking Dead with Kim Dickens. Gone too soon: Hollywood TV actor Tyler Sanders died at the age of 18 on Tuesday On set of a hit TV show: Seen with Rob Lowe and others on 911: Lone Star Tyler's rep, Pedro Tapia, told the site that the cause of death will be investigated. The rep also stressed that he was a 'good kid who came from a good family,' added the site. On his Facebook page, Sanders is often seen at home or on vacation with his large family.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next 'You got a new agenda': Diddy FINALLY addresses 2018 split... ...
    The Orlando Magic landing the No. 1 pick in the NBA draft not only has the potential to significantly alter their long-term outlook but will change their short-term future too. Top picks typically have significant roles for their teams as rookies. Jalen Suggs and Franz Wagner, the Nos. 5 and 8 picks in last year’s draft, opened the season as starters. Suggs (27.2 minutes) and Wagner (30.7) both averaged at least 27 minutes. Expect the Magic, who are in the midst of a rebuild, to give whoever they pick at No. 1 plenty of opportunities to develop as a rookie. What does that mean for the 2022-23 season? Likely changed roles and rotations from this past season — including a different starting lineup. Duke’s Paolo Banchero, Gonzaga’s Chet Holmgren and Auburn’s Jabari Smith are among the top prospects. But based on intel gathered during last week’s scouting combine, rival executives and scouts believe the No. 1 pick will come down to Holmgren and Smith. Both would fit needs of the Magic in their own ways while also altering how Orlando...
    If there ever was any advice I could offer my younger self, it would be to wear sunscreen and to wear it vigorously, especially on my face. Though I mostly avoided tanning beds and traumatic sunburns in my youth, I neglected to include sunscreen as part of my daily beauty routine for a long time, and my fair skin has suffered all the more for it. For a long time, I avoided wearing sunscreen on my face unless it was absolutely necessary because I was worried the protective lotion would clog my pores, cause my skin to break out, leave my skin feeling super greasy, and not blend well with my makeup. And to be honest, the sunscreen products that were available even just a decade ago were nowhere near as effective, light, non-greasy, and skin-friendly as today’s products are. Lucky for me, I’ve now clued into the benefits and necessities of including a broad-spectrum (UVA/UVB) sunscreen in my daily skincare routine, and my face has never been more grateful for the extra layer of protection from the damaging effects...
    by Anthony Esolen   At a recent hearing before the Senate Committee on Homeland Security, the CEO of Colonial Pipeline made an admission which illustrates quite well our negligence and improvidence. The company paid out nearly $5 million in blackmail money to an unknown hacker when the pipeline was shut down for several days. That, of course, was bad enough, and most of the man’s testimony had to do with the technicalities of which government agency was notified and when, and what the company’s computer experts did to remedy the situation. But there was another piece of his testimony, one that you had to look hard to find in the news reports. He testified that most of the men who could operate the controls on the pipeline have died or retired, so that the 5,500-mile line must rely almost wholly upon computerized systems for its operation. That means, of course, that we are vulnerable to attacks by people who do not have to take a guard at gunpoint, or dig a big hole somewhere that no one will notice....
    The day after the series finale of your favorite TV show is always difficult. You’re trying to decipher the meaning of the ending while wondering if you’ll ever find another show as enjoyable as this one. Sorry, but I won’t be accepting any calls, emails, texts, DMs, instant messages or beeper messages Monday while processing Sunday’s finale of the HBO show “Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty.” Consider me on the IL. Knowing I’ll have to spend the rest of the NBA postseason without Magic Johnson, Pat Riley, Jerry West, Jerry Buss and the rest of my favorite characters is distressing me to no end. If you don’t have HBO — or don’t spend time in many of our favorite roadside motels that advertise the premium channel on their marquees — you’ve been missing out on one of the greatest sports-related dramas in television history. As the title implies, “Winning Time” is based on the Los Angeles Lakers’ rise to glory in the 1979-80 season after drafting Johnson out of Michigan State to team with Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. Among...
    The magic is back in downtown Sunnyvale, and so is the wine. The Magic of Sunnyvale wine stroll returns to Murphy Avenue on May 7, when 19 wineries will be pouring tastings at local shops and restaurants while local magicians perform on the streets and in unexpected places. The Sunnyvale Downtown Association first held the event in 2011. This year’s crop of 19 magicians includes Tom Collett, who incorporates elements of his career as a science teacher into his craft. Collett has been named “Magician of the Year” by San Jose’s chapter of the International Brotherhood of Magicians. He joins Alan Leeds, who earned first place at the 2017 OMC Northern California Stage Magic Competition. The magicians will roam the streets with attendees, appearing as if by, well, magic to perform impromptu shows. The wine stroll is set for 2:30-5:30 p.m. Attendees will receive a commemorative wine glass, wine yoke lanyard, drawstring backpack and downtown Sunnyvale map. Tickets are $45 at https://sunnyvaledowntown.org/events
    (CNN)It's a testament to Magic Johnson, the man, that basketball only accounts for about half of "They Call Me Magic," a four-part Apple TV+ docuseries devoted to his life, including the rich chapters that followed his NBA stardom. Think of it as a more satisfying companion to HBO's "Winning Time," or more focused alternative to ESPN's comprehensive Bulls chronicle "The Last Dance."For basketball fans, those first two parts are certainly a heady dive into Earvin Johnson Jr.'s dazzling talent and incandescent personality, which earned him his nickname at an early age, with journalist Michael Wilbon drawing a distinction between Earvin, the guy, and Magic, "a character that played basketball."Johnson's high-school heroics, national championship at Michigan State and NBA title as a rookie are all well documented, which might explain why director Rick Famuyiwa gives them their due but doesn't necessarily dwell on them. In his extensive interviews, Johnson admits to having been angry when Larry Bird won rookie of the year, while fellow Lakers recall their skepticism over Johnson's closeness to Lakers owner Jerry Buss."We were all wondering if Earvin...
    Basketball legend Magic Johnson has recalled wanting to hit Howard Stern after the radio and TV personality claimed he had 'fun getting AIDS' - and also saying he was 'blacker' than him on Johnson's talk show. The five-time NBA winner recalled Stern ripping into the way he spoke, his HIV diagnosis and his sex life on the short-lived show 'The Magic Hour,' which aired between June and September 1998.  Stern had been booked in a desperate attempt to get ratings Johnson's show, which was badly struggling at the time. The notorious shock jock had frequently mocked Johnson on his mornings show.   'So many times, I wanted to say something and hit him at the same time — on air,' Johnson told Variety, adding the hasn't spoken to Stern since the notorious interview.  'It is what it is. I learned a lot from that,' Johnson said. 'I've never put myself — or HIV and AIDS, or my race — in that position again, ever again.'  'I was mad when they booked him. But there's nothing you can do. When people look for...
    PHILADELPHIA -- From wands and wizardry to props and potions, The world of Harry Potter has arrived at the Franklin Institute. You can see The Great Hall where Harry and his pals ate, The Grand Staircase where the paintings come alive and play a game of quidditch. It is the most comprehensive exhibit ever of the world of wizardry and it's expected to draw people from throughout North America and even the world.
    Being a former NBA player is currency when trying to transition into NBA coaching, and Jamahl Mosley didn’t have any. He was broke, by comparison, in more ways than one. Mosley played at Colorado for four years, but he wasn’t drafted nor did he ever suit up for an NBA team. His name didn’t resonate like Jason Kidd, Chauncey Billups or Steve Nash — All-Stars with a combined one year of bench experience before they became head coaches. That’s not to say they didn’t earn their spots. It’s just that Mosley’s path was vastly different. Success requires sacrifice. “You’re doing whatever you can,” Mosley said of his first job in scouting/player development with the Denver Nuggets, where he worked 1½ seasons without a steady paycheck from 2005-07. “Taking [food] from the plane. I’d do little different things against the guys for money. There was a cold plunge in our locker room. One our guys bet me, ‘I bet you $500 you can’t stay under there for 30 seconds.’ I got $500. Those guys would do random things, but I always...
    Being a former NBA player is currency when trying to transition into NBA coaching, and Jamahl Mosley didn’t have any. He was broke, by comparison, in more ways than one. Mosley played at Colorado for four years, but he wasn’t drafted nor did he ever suit up for an NBA team. His name didn’t resonate like Jason Kidd, Chauncey Billups or Steve Nash — All-Stars with a combined one year of bench experience before they became head coaches. That’s not to say they didn’t earn their spots. It’s just that Mosley’s path was vastly different. Success requires sacrifice. “You’re doing whatever you can,” Mosley said of his first job in scouting/player development with the Denver Nuggets, where he worked 1 1/2 seasons without a steady paycheck from 2005-07. “Taking [food] from the plane. I’d do little different things against the guys for money. There was a cold plunge in our locker room. One our guys bet me, ‘I bet you $500 you can’t stay under there for 30 seconds.’ I got $500. Those guys would do random things, but I...
    Jennifer Lopez is best known for putting her most glamorous foot forward on red carpets and on social media, but on Monday, she brought herself back down to earth with a makeup-free bump while opening up about the toll that a recent late-night movie shoot has taken on her complexion.  The 52-year-old showed off a much more stripped-back look as she filmed an Instagram video from inside her bathroom while on location in Spain, where she is currently finishing production on upcoming Netflix movie The Mother.  Wearing just a simple white robe and with her brunette locks pulled back in a messy updo, Jennifer admitted to her followers and fans that she has been feeling 'a little bit run-down and a little bit tired', joking that her face, in particular, has 'taken a beating' as a result of her recent filming schedule.  'I'm out on location shooting very very far away from home,' she explained. 'We're just in the last couple of weeks in the movie, I always feel a little bit run-down, always feel a little bit tired, you...
    LLOYD HONEYGHAN, one of our most ­illustrious world ­champions, is now housebound — confined to a wheelchair after a car accident and looked after by carers. But the man who caused the biggest upset of the 80s by going to Atlantic City and smashing unified welterweight king Don Curry to a six-round defeat has not lost his fighting spirit. 3Don Curry, left, was beaten by Lloyd Honeyghan in 1986Credit: Allsport - Getty Honeyghan, who only leaves his Croydon home when an ambulance takes him to have treatment, is grimly determined to try to be at his trainer Bobby Neill’s funeral on March 10. Lloyd, 61, didn’t know Bobby had died last week at 88 from leukaemia until I phoned to tell him on Monday. I could tell the sad news hit him hard. There is no greater bond than the one between a fighter and his long-time trainer. They spend weeks together in camp which means they end up getting into each other’s minds. An upset Lloyd said: “You have shocked me. Bobby and I were a great team and...
    WHETHER it's the decision to go from blonde to brown, or fringe to side bangs, we've all faced many hair dilemmas in our time. But if you've spent months debating whether to go from long to short, TikTok user @Bondenavant may just be able to help you make that all-important decision. 3TikTok user @Bondenavant (right) has offered the magic formula for working out if short hair will look good on youCredit: TikTok/@lanadoma 3The hair and skin fanatic explained that all you need is two pencils and a tape measureCredit: TikTok/@lanadoma And best of all, it's super simple! Responding to a question sent by @Lanadoma, the skin and hair fanatic says: "This is an easy way to know if short hair will look good on you." "All you need is two pencils and a measuring tape. Put the pencil underneath your chin. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED "You place the second one at the base of your ear." She then goes on to demonstrate how you measure the distance from the base of the...
    HBO unveiled a series of character posters and new still images from their highly-anticipated series Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers  Dynasty, debuting on HBO Sunday, March 6 at 9 PM ET which will be available to stream on HBO Max. The character posters offer a closer look at the Lakers owner Jerry Buss (John C. Reilly), his mother Jessie Buss (Sally Field) and daughter Jeanie Buss (Hadley Robinson). The posters also feature Laker luminaries such as coach Pat Riley (Adrien Brody), Magic Johnson (Quincy Isaiah), Michael Cooper (Delante Desouza), Jerry West (Jason Clarke), Paul Westhead (Jason Segel) and Claire Rothman (Gaby Hoffman). New images: HBO unveiled a series of character posters and new still images from their highly-anticipated series Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty, debuting on HBO Sunday, March 6 at 9 PM ET which will be available to stream on HBO Max  Owner: Reilly plays Buss, who bought the Los Angeles Lakers, the Los Angeles Kings and The Forum from Jack Kent Cookie in 1979, the first step in the Lakers dynasty Magic: The posters also feature...
    A beloved novel by Enid Blyton has been rewritten by Jacqueline Wilson to airbrush alleged sexist elements. The Magic Faraway Tree has been tweaked by the Tracy Beaker author to make it supposedly fit for the 21st century. The adventure book will still see siblings Milo, Mia and Birdy head to the enchanted wood and meet Moon-Face, Silky the Fairy and the Saucepan Man. But comments from the magical creatures mentioning girls helping with domestic chores will see them educated on gender equality. The move has been slammed by free speech campaigners who say classics should not be rewritten to make them more 'politically correct'. Blyton's work has been repeatedly targeted over what are sometimes now seen as her old-fashioned views on gender roles and race. Last month Oxford University Press faced a backlash for urging parents to read their children 'woke' modern books rather than the classics. A beloved novel by Enid Blyton (pictured with a puppet of Noddy) has been rewritten by Jacqueline Wilson to airbrush alleged sexist elements, reports say The Magic Faraway Tree (pictured, her original) has been tweaked by...
    When a parent signs up to do Elf on the Shelf in the run up to Christmas, they have free reign to be as creative as they like with it. For this family, they may have taken the festive fun a little too far. 11The family all chip in to keep the magic of Christmas alive for their youngestCredit: Caters Elf on the Shelf began in 2005 as a behaviour technique for kids. Christmas magic allows the Elf to fly back to the North Pole every night to report to Santa on the day's adventures, thus keeping the kids in line as they have a spy in the house. Parents have to come up with 25 new scenes for the elf to be 'found' in, but for mum-of-five Julie Ann Thorn, she spends all year planning the fun scenes. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED The mum said: "I have always loved Christmas and making a fuss. When I was young my parents were very over the top with it and I wanted...
    SANTA CLARA — Call it the Magic 40, and it has helped turn around a 49ers season that appeared to be on the rocks three weeks ago. Coach Kyle Shanahan set an ambitious goal of 40 rushing plays in Week 10 against the Los Angeles Rams, and his offense came through with 44 rushes for 156 yards in a 31-10 win. The 49ers followed that up with a 42-carry, 171-yard effort in beating the Jacksonville Jaguars 30-10 to even their record at 5-5. Next up are the Minnesota Vikings Sunday, who know what it’s like to be on the other end of a full-on ground and pound, having lost to the 49ers 27-10 in the first round of the playoffs following the 2019 season and absorbing 47 rushes for 186 yards. Shanahan covets 40 carries for good reason. In his 15th season as a play-caller, Shanahan has reached or exceeded 40 rushes 18 times. He was the offensive coordinator in Houston (2008-09), Washington (2010-13), Cleveland (2014) and Atlanta (2015-16). He’s called the plays for the 49ers...
    A FOOD fan has revealed how to bag a bargain food haul for just £2.59 from Greggs and we can’t believe the amount of food they got. The haul included sandwiches, pasta bowls, doughnuts and more.  2Foodie fans are going wild for the Too Good To Go app and Greggs have proved very popular with app usersCredit: TikTok/@southeastfoodies TikTok user ‘southeastfoodies’ shared the Too Good To Go bargain food haul. The foodie used the app Too Good To Go which connects hungry Brits with food chains and supermarkets with leftover food that would otherwise be thrown away, in a bid to curb food waste. With Too Good To Go, shoppers can buy food at a discounted price, making sweet savings. You pay through the app and get given a slot before closing time to go and pick it up. This haul was posted to TikTok with the caption “Biggest one yet!! This all cost £2.59.”  The Tiktok user said: “I spent £2.59 on a magic bag at Greggs. Most read in LifestyleDUCHESS DONE Royal title could prevent Presidency attempt as...
    (CBS DETROIT)– Located at 1206 Woodward Avenue until doors closed in 1988 and the building was demolished 10 years later,  the J.L Hudson Building was more than a department store, it was a place where generations of families created history. That history being told at the Detroit Historical Museum in a new three-story exhibit with 11 pop up areas telling the story of the iconic building. READ MORE: Organizations Hosting Turkey Giveaways In Metro Detroit This Weekend“Hudson’s toy land which is really fun, kids can really enjoy it they can run to the back and check out the Santa bear collection that we have, but of course adult kids can also can appreciate those because I’m sure we had Santa bears as kids,” said Chief exhibitions and enrichment officer at the Detroit Historical Museum Tracy Irwin. The lower level talks about the early days of Hudson when it first opened in the late 1800’s by founder J.L Hudson.  There are also some special original artifacts. “Pieces from the actual building, pieces that were sold in the original store. And we have...
    By Margaux Audinet | On 09/11/2021 at 13:26 | Updated on 09/11/2021 at 13:38 From November 11, 2021 to the end of December, Pergola Paddington in London offers its customers a magical roof decorated with all the Christmas lights and a real forest of fir trees. The pergola is the must-see roof bar in the capital of Paddington, which offers original experiences in the center of the district of Baddington. Located at 5 Kingdom Street, Paddington Central (W26PY), it reopens on Thursday, November 11 with its traditional Tech the Halls. Every year, the restaurant is transformed into a mesmerizing place to immerse yourself in the atmosphere of anniversary celebrations. Once again this year, the roof elves have worked hard to imagine an experience worthy of a Christmas movie. A festive roof worthy of Christmas lovers It can be said that Pergola Paddington does a great deal of things to satisfy holiday enthusiasts. Tech the Halls is spread over two platforms that offer two separate spaces decorated with the Christmas logo, which is renowned for the unique experience it offers....
    The Houston Astros have their backs against the wall going into Game 5 of the World Series on Sunday night against the Atlanta Braves. If the Braves win, they would capture their first World Series title since 1995. If the Astros get the win, they will send the series back to Houston. Astros manager Dusty Baker has hope his team will come out on top. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Houston Astros manager Dusty Baker Jr. watches batting practice before Game 5 of baseball's World Series between the Astros and the Atlanta Braves Sunday, Oct. 31, 2021, in Atlanta. (AP Photo/Ashley Landis) "I’m a person that believes in miracles," Baker told reporters before the game, via the Houston Chronicle. The Astros have been down 3-1 in a playoff series before. The team was down 3-0 in the 2020 American League Championship Series against the Tampa Bay Rays before losing the series in Game 7. Baker said he’s hoping to conjure some of that same magic. "You lean on your past," Baker said, via MLB.com. "These guys,...
    Knicks: 3 keys to beating the Orlando Magic on Oct. 24 Alexander Wilson October 24, 2021 Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on reddit Reddit The New York Knicks are preparing to take on the Orlando Magic for the second consecutive game after demolishing them down south on Friday evening. The Knicks showcased their scoring prowess and defensive intensity against Orlando, limiting them to just 96 points while New York tallied 121. Thanks to the combination of Julius Randle and Evan Fournier once again, who combined for 39 points, the team is off to a hot start. However, the impressive win allowed head coach Tom Thibodeau to get some of his younger players a few minutes toward the end, as Immanuel Quickley enjoyed 20 minutes on the floor, scoring 16 points. Quentin Grimes logged five minutes, hitting one 3-PT shot, and even Miles McBride got on the floor. This should be another walk in the park for the Knicks against Orlando, so let’s take a look at how they can...
    Who couldn’t use a little bit of magic in their life? A sprinkle of fairy dust or a pact with the stars to send some luck or a tall, dark stranger their way? While most of us are content dropping pennies down wells or scanning the night sky for a shooting star, some take things further. With spells and sorcery, some women swear they’ve conjured up the man of their dreams or made a stranger fall in love with them. While cynics roll their eyes, white witch Sheila Kadeer, who had a decades-long career in the police force and today runs a spell circle for women, swears magic and spells work.  Magic, she says, is simply a way of tapping into the earth’s natural power to help you obtain your desires. A spell is a conscious process to direct this natural power to make those wishes come true. ‘One of the most popular types of spell cast is a love spell and there are many different ways of performing them, such as the quick and easy “candle spell” which involves...
    Two women were filmed brawling on a ferry at Walt Disney's Magic Kingdom - with one even using her bag to batter her assailant with. The dramatic brawl took place on a ferry to the Orlando theme park - often dubbed 'the happiest place on Earth' on Saturday.    A recording shared on Instagram began after tensions had already exploded, with two women circling one another near the stairwell of the ferry.  The video started with a woman in a grey t-shirt chasing another woman in a black t-shirt and red mask around a couple with their two children.  That family clung to each other as screaming and shouting was heard between the two women, although it is unclear what caused their tempers to boil over.   One Twitter user who responded to a clip of the incident claimed that tempers had boiled over at the end of the day on the last ferry back from the park.  Video footage recorded a fight breaking out on a Walt Disney World Magic Kingdom ferry on Saturday   A little girl in the center...
    We tell you all the news that we will have this week on Netflix with special attention to the return of The Witcher. Unfortunately for some, August is coming to an end and the routine that September entails is back. During this summer we have lived many things, but something that has remained stable is Netflix with all weekly releases they have hardly been reduced in number. This week two are released dozens of news that we have pointed out in the lower listing, but there is a featured premiere, the spin-off of The Witcher. This is the animated film that serves as a preview before the long-awaited second season arrives, which has experienced a series of delays in filming. The Witcher: The Wolf’s Nightmare tells of Vesemir’s childhood, Geralt of Rivia’s mentor, and all the steps he took to transform himself into a monster hunter. This is a story that hopes to surprise and that will have a lot of plot freedom by placing itself before the known universe in the series. Disney + continues to release news, such...
    Bennifer's fun-filled family weekend continued to ramp up as the pair were spotted taking their kids to the Magic Castle in Hollywood on Saturday. One day after the pair were seen bringing their children to a production of Hamilton at the Pantages Theatre, the duo were back at it again with another excursion. Clinging on to her man, Jennifer Lopez was seen tightly grasping Ben Affleck's hand as they strolled into the famed establishment ahead of all five of their children. Thick as thieves: Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez continued to encourage quality time spent between all five of their children as the duo brought the brood to the Magic Castle in Hollywood on Saturday Ben, Jennifer, and their children were also joined by Affleck's mother Christopher.  The smiling duo were seen arriving in Affleck's Range Rover as they continued to spend the weekend in each other's company. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Ben Affleck plays doting dad as he supports his oldest... Family outing! Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez attempt to... ...
    (CBS Local)- The 1992 Men’s Olympic Basketball Team, known as the “Dream Team” has been a topic of conversation, fascination and debate for years among sports fans. Now, a new five part documentary series, examining how the team came together and its lasting impact is available for basketball fans on Paramount+. “DREAM TEAM: Birth of the Modern Athlete” uses rare archival footage and never before heard audio interviews with Michael Jordan, Charles Barkley, Larry Bird and others in addition to more recent interviews from Magic Johnson, Patrick Ewing and David Robinson to give insight into the team and its cultural importance. The series takes its audience through a cultural history of basketball, going through the evolution of the NBA up to the ’92 Olympics and the growth of the league and sport since. DREAM TEAM is executive produced and directed by the Malloy brothers, Emmett and Brendan, and inspired by the book “Dream Team” by sports journalist Jack McCallum. McCallum is a producer on the series and is interviewed throughout the series. “The heart of our series is a...
    Related news In the purest Los Morancos style. The workers of the Plaza Mayor shopping center in Malaga have mounted a video clip on Instagram to promote their facilities: security, cleaning, maintenance, waiters, shop assistants … They have all been part of a video that has become viral thanks to the joke of local tweeters. The song chosen for the summer version has been Magia, by Álvaro Soler. With an adaptation of the lyrics to include mentions of the mall, the clip has been reproduced 13,000 times in twelve hours. A complete success that will surely surpass the previous work of art by the Plaza Mayor team. On November 26, 2020 they were put into Mariah Carey mode and they sang, with the same pitch and joy as now, that of All I want for Christmas is you. They got about 22,000 views then, but it went viral as well. The video, in which the workers themselves are the ones who give voice to the production, is a walk in various planes moving through the facilities. Logically,...
    Getty Bulls Wendell Carter Jr Former Chicago Bulls big man Wendell Carter Jr. took his trade earlier this season personal. Judging by some edits he made to a recent Instagram image, he’s still salty. The NBA Draft was Thursday night and WCJ took to social media ahead of the event to wish the draftees luck. He took the opportunity to take an unspoken shot at his former team. NBC Sports Matt Peck posted the image from WCJ’s IG story: Wendell painted over the Bulls logo on his hat from draft night ???? pic.twitter.com/o76ve7PhjS — Matt Peck (@Bulls_Peck) July 29, 2021 WCJ could have wished the upcoming rookies luck without blotting out the Bulls logo, but clearly he’s still upset with Chicago for trading him. Who Got the Better of the Trade? It is too early to give a complete analysis of the trade that saw the  Orlando Magic trade All-Star center Nikola Vucevic and Al-Farouq Aminu to the Bulls for Wendell Carter Jr., Otto Porter Jr. and two first-round picks. The first of those selections turned out to be Michigan forward Franz Wagner on...
    Characters like Gaston frequently make appearances at Disney World's Magic Kingdom. John Raoux/AP Grace Foltz, 25, visited Disney World with her friend this weekend to help her cope with a breakup. While there, Foltz asked Gaston from "Beauty and the Beast" on a date. She was swiftly rejected, and Foltz told Insider that she found his response "so funny." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Two women had a one-of-a-kind interaction with Gaston from "Beauty and the Beast" while visiting Disney World this week. Grace Foltz, 25, and her friend Steph visited Disney World together on Tuesday. Speaking with Insider, Foltz said Steph — who goes by @nots0swift on TikTok — flew into town to comfort her, as Foltz had been going through a breakup. While walking to Splash Mountain, they noticed Gaston from "Beauty and the Beast" walking by. In a "spontaneous" and "split-second" decision, as Foltz said, she shouted out, "Gaston! My boyfriend just broke up with me. Will you go out with me?" The character, who is known for his arrogance, responded by saying:...
    Gold sinks 1% and falls to mid-April low Stocks Turn Mixed After S&P 500 and Nasdaq Set Fresh Highs © YouTube First there was Babe, pig in the city, now it'sClifford the Big Red Dog! That's right, everyone's favorite oversized pet is getting a live-action adventure right in the heart of New York City.  In the newly released trailer for Clifford the Big Red Dog, Emily Elizabeth (Darby Camp) and her Uncle Casey (Jack Whitehall) find a sweet puppy. But as the narrator implies, he's got some magic in him.  "There is magic all around us. There can be times it's hard to find, but sometimes the magic finds us," the narrator says in the new clip.  Emily Elizabeth asks Mr. Birdwell (John Cleese) just how big her dog will get.  "That depends, doesn't it?" he replies.  "On what?" Emily Elizabeth asks.  "On how much you love him," he replies.  Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad Apparently she loves him quite a bit as the bright red pup grows to be massive, consequently getting into...
    Getty Damian Lillard celebrates after making a three-point shot during a June 3 game against the Denver Nuggets. One thing many fans agree on is that the NBA is in better shape when the New York Knicks are among the top of the totem pole, competing with the league’s best. And after a surprisingly successful 2020-2021 campaign, some would say they’re well on their way. New York finished the year 41-31, the fourth seed in the Eastern Conference, and made the playoffs for the first time since the 2012-2013 season. With a clear-cut All-Star in Julius Randle, a stud young wing in RJ Barrett, and a young core of Immanuel Quickley, Mitchell Robinson, and Obi Toppin, the Knicks have the early makings of a winning foundation. The next step? Landing that elusive star talent, something that’s been seemingly unattainable and firmly out of reach for this team for the better part of the last decade. Fortunately, this offseason isn’t looking like one that will be short on options. Among them, All-Star guard Damian Lillard could emerge as a...
    New Yorkers are going to the polls Tuesday voting in the NYC mayoral primary election, a race that’s gotten plenty of national attention both on the substance of the arguments between candidates and on the way the voting itself is being done this time. New York is using ranked-choice voting for the first time, something Mayor Bill de Blasio attempted to explain with a pizza topping analogy. Luckily, we have Steve Kornacki — America’s favorite number-cruncher — to break down exactly how this works. Kornacki made it clear in Tuesday’s segment with Chuck Todd that it’s unlikely we’re going to learn the clear winner tonight. He continued on to break down how ranked-choice voting works, using a hypothetical ballot where someone’s first choice is Maya Wiley, followed by Shaun Donovan, then Scott Stringer, then Kathryn Garcia, then Eric Adams. “The first thing they do is they tabulate everybody’s first choice here,” Kornacki said. “And whichever candidate comes in last place there gets eliminated.” He demonstrated how people’s votes get counted as the tabulations continue and their first and/or second choices get eliminated...
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