Phillip Phillips Teams Up With OAR To Benefit Habitat For Humanity

first_imgRock band O.A.R. and singer Phillip Phillips have announced their joint summer tour will benefit Habitat For Humanity to support the organization’s mission of providing safe, decent, affordable housing in partnership with low-income families.“Home means everything to us. It’s our DNA. It’s who we are,” said Marc Roberge of O.A.R. “We had the chance to meet amazing people building Habitat for Humanity homes in LA, pouring love and sweat into the foundation, taking pride in the work they were doing alongside the Habitat partner family, and it was an honor to be a part of that. Words can’t properly describe the positive swell that brought to our hearts. We hope the donation from our tour will help families, like the ones we met, achieve their dreams of homeownership.”The 24-city joint tour kicks off in St. Louis on June 12 and wraps up in Atlanta on July 26. For every ticket sold, O.A.R. and Phillip Phillips will donate $1 to Habitat. The tour will also host online auctions for a VIP experience in each city, including two premium tickets and an opportunity to meet with the artists. Proceeds from the auctions will go to local Habitat affiliates.“My team has personally seen the incredible impact Habitat for Humanity can have on lives. We have worked on builds from the Musician’s Village rebuild in New Orleans following Hurricane Katrina to local neighborhoods in my community,” said Phillip Phillips. “Habitat’s roots stem from my home state of Georgia but their reach is now worldwide. I am honored to partner with Habitat for Humanity in carrying out their mission – to build homes, communities and hope.”The artists will also donate 10 concert tickets to the Habitat for Humanity affiliate in each tour city, for use by Habitat volunteers and staff, as well as Habitat partner homeowner families, who they will meet at each tour stop. Habitat affiliates will be provided with space at each venue to raise awareness about their affordable housing work within their communities.“O.A.R. and Phillip Phillips share our passion for helping low-income families realize the dream of home ownership,” said Colleen Ridenhour, deputy director of corporate, foundation and institution relations for Habitat for Humanity International. “We are honored to be recognized during their summer tour and are grateful for their generosity in helping raise funds to create safe, decent, affordable housing.”last_img read more

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Ohio States Season Was A Crazy Outlier

The legend of Urban Meyer grows.In coaching the Ohio State Buckeyes to the first ever College Football Playoff Championship on Monday, Meyer not only made college football history, he made statistical history — a history Meyer is uniquely familiar with.After Monday’s 42-20 win over Oregon, Ohio State finished with the second-highest season-ending Elo rating ever (31.7). Only the 1995 Nebraska Cornhuskers had a higher rating (33.4). A little background, in case you’re not familiar: The Elo rating system was originally used for chess, but at FiveThirtyEight we use it to produce weekly NFL ratings, among other things. As my boss Nate Silver has explained, Elo ratings are a simple and transparent approach to numerically rate a team.What makes this Ohio State team stands out is not just its dominance, but its improvement. Here is the season-ending Elo rating for the 3,758 college football team seasons back to 1982 plotted against their change in start-to-finish Elo rating.Ohio State is an outlier in both respects. In addition to the No. 2 season-ending Elo rating, the Buckeyes had the 31st most dramatic start-to-finish rating improvement.The team nearest to Ohio State in both dominance and improvement is the 2008 Florida Gators, coached by none other than Urban Meyer. read more

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Ohio State improves to 101 despite midgame injury to Sullinger

Ohio State men’s basketball improved to 10-1 with a Saturday win against South Carolina, but not before sophomore forward Jared Sullinger sustained another injury. Sullinger logged just six minutes for the No. 2 Buckeyes against the unranked Gamecocks before he left the game with an injury to his left foot. Sophomore forward Deshaun Thomas picked up the slack in Sullinger’s absence, scoring a career-high 30 points in 40 minutes of work to help see OSU to a 74-66 road win. OSU athletics spokesman Dan Wallenberg confirmed to The Lantern after the game that Sullinger sustained a bone bruise in his left foot. From his Twitter account, @Jared_Sully0, Sullinger tweeted at around 3:30 p.m.: “Just a freak accident. Great win for us tho. Our first road win. #FYI I will be fine ppl…. Back at it tomorrow.” Sullinger missed two games after suffering back spasms during OSU’s Nov. 29 win against Duke. The Gamecocks took a 33-29 lead into half, but Buckeyes coach Thad Matta and his players erased the deficit and eventually clinched the win, the 200th for Matta in eight seasons as head coach at OSU. Matta collected his 300th career win Dec. 3 when the Buckeyes defeated Texas-Pan American, 64-35. The Buckeyes will play the first of two remaining non-conference games Tuesday against Lamar University. Opening tip is scheduled for 8:30 p.m. at the Schottenstein Center. read more

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Volleyball recruit Judkins chooses Buckeyes

The Ohio State men’s volleyball team finished the 2012 season with a 21-9 record and a third-straight 20-win season, but the work for next season has already begun. OSU coach Pete Hanson welcomed Kaukauna, Wis., native Alex Judkins to the 2013 roster Wednesday. Judkins, a 6-foot-6-inch outside hitter, led Kaukauna High School to the state championship in November. After losing the two-time All-American opposite, Shawn Sangrey, Hanson knew he needed to add to the Buckeyes’ roster to fill the void. “He will immediately add depth and size to our group of outside hitters,” Hanson said according to a press release. He is a two-time First-Team All-State and All-Conference honoree and was named the Post-Crescent Player of the Year for two consecutive seasons. “We are very glad that Alex has chosen to join our program,” Hanson said in the release. “Based on his athletic ability and skill set, we believe he will have a very successful career here at Ohio State.” Judkins finished his high school career with 969 kills, 412 of which were from his senior year. “Alex will have the opportunity to compete for a spot right away,” Hanson said. read more

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Mens basketball Win over topranked Spartans marks first step in revitalization of

Head Coach Chris Holtmann tells Ohio State redshirt junior guard Keita Bates-Diop (33) to head back into the game in the first half in the game against Michigan State on Jan. 7 in Value City Arena. Ohio State won 80-64. Credit: Jack Westerheide | Photo EditorChris Holtmann’s first year in Columbus wasn’t going to be measured with a return to the top of the Big Ten, his ability to beat the conference blue-bloods like Michigan State Sunday or a return to the NCAA Tournament.Even if Ohio State was having a season that exceeded preseason expectation, Holtmann’s first campaign was meant to be a baseline for his tenure.It might be more than that after all.The Buckeyes (13-4, 4-0 Big Ten) downed the No. 1 Michigan State Spartans (15-2, 3-1 Big Ten) Sunday at the Schottenstein Center 80-64, remaining undefeated in conference play and delivering Holtmann his first signature victory with the program that could send Ohio State into the top 25.Redshirt junior forward Keita Bates-Diop led all scorers with 32 points and cemented his candidacy for Big Ten Player of the Year, while the Buckeyes led by as much as 25 points in the second half against a championship contender.Ohio State trailed 27-25 with 4:10 remaining in the first half and ended it on a 16-2 run, highlighted by a buzzer-beating 3-pointer off the glass from redshirt senior guard Andrew Dakich to take a 41-29 lead into the locker room.After that, it was never really close.“That’s what we came here for, is to be one of those teams that are always looked at as the top teams in the country,” Bates-Diop said Sunday. “We had a down couple years obviously, but this is the start of what we — inside this locker room, inside this place — that we wanted to get to by the end of this season and this was the start of it.”Holtmann began his press conference saying, “Whoa! That was quite the afternoon.”He said even he didn’t expect it.Holtmann has been on both sidelines of a top-ranked matchup — as the winner and as the loser.In its two tries before to beat those perennial Final Four contenders — Gonzaga and North Carolina — Ohio State floundered to double-digit losses. This time was different. The top team in the country, a conference rival, was on the Buckeyes’ home floor with 17,599 people packing an arena that often struggles to seat 12,000.Another double-digit loss would’ve felt like that’s Ohio State’s identity — good enough to win games against similar opponents and worse opponents, but not able to compete with the big boys. That’s the team the fan base has come to expect this season.But it’s very different now. Holtmann’s team is not like the Ohio State teams of the past two years. It’s a team that just beat the top-ranked team in offensive and defensive field goal efficiency. On Sunday, at least, it showed it can beat the big boys.“We all knew we could do it, and that’s where it started,” Jae’Sean Tate said. “You can’t go into a team like Michigan State and not believing that it’s possible to win. I think that was the biggest factor of us winning tonight is just the belief that we could do it and we put in the work and that we could play with the top-level teams in the nation.”It’s not fair to expect this performance — 53-percent shooting and 15 assists to just six turnovers — from Ohio State every time against ranked opponents, but it can be done. That’s something the program has been able to say for some time.“I’m surprised. Coaches get surprised. I got surprised. I’m surprised,” Holtmann said. “We could go in the tank here the next couple weeks. We certainly don’t want this moment to define us. And we don’t want it to be the pinnacle of the season, as good as it is. And that’s the challenge for us moving forward.”At this point, the upstart Buckeyes have to be taken seriously after dispatching the No. 1 team in the country. At this point, it would be a major disappointment if they did not make the NCAA Tournament.In his first season, Holtmann has continuously declined to state any general goals for the team, outside of day-to-day improvement. He declined again Sunday. When asked if the program was back to national relevance, Tate was hesitant to answer, while Bates-Diop whispered to him, “Say it,” before both settled on saying, “We’re on the right track.”Holtmann deflected the question too saying, “I don’t know if that would be the headline at my house.”However, it’s impossible to deny what is happening in Columbus after the latest result.It will take time for Holtmann to achieve what he was brought to Ohio State to do — return the program to the top-tier of college basketball.Sunday was just the first step. read more

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Silva believes Everton must have the right attitude against City

first_imgEverton manager Marco Silva believes the team must be perfectly organized and must possess the right attitude if they’re to pick up anything against Manchester City.Speaking to Everton tv on the eve of the Toffees trio to the Etihad Stadium to face the Premier League champions, Silva promised his side would play with ambition against Pep Guardiola’s side.The enormity of Everton’s task is underlined by the fact the Citizens have lost only one Premier League game on home soil in the last two years.City were beaten for the first time in the league this season at Chelsea last week, with Blues defender David Luiz confessing his team needed to be perfect in every area of the game to earn their victory.Silva insists Everton must reach a level of perfection if they’re to pick up all three points which would see them climb above Manchester United into sixth.The Toffees have won five and lost only two of their past 10 league outings. They arrive at the Etihad five days after a pulsating 2-2 draw with Watford on Monday night, with summer signing Richarlison impressing once again.Premier LeaguePremier League Betting: Match-day 5 Stuart Heath – September 14, 2019 Going into the Premier League’s match-day five with a gap already beginning to form at the top of the league. We will take a…“Richarlison is improving every time; playing left-wing, as a striker, he is scoring goals – and goals are really important for all the strikers,” said Silva.“In my opinion we will play against the best Premier League team [in City]. High, high quality, with a lot of solutions in their style, in their game. With a very good manager.”“If we have perfect organisation and a really fantastic attitude and tactical behaviour, we can compete with them.”“We have to be almost perfect and challenge them and try to achieve a good result for us.”last_img read more

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Kesha Sets 2019 Cruise With Superfruit Betty Who More

first_img Twitter Come Sail Away With Kesha In 2019 kesha-sets-2019-cruise-superfruit-betty-who-more Kesha Sets 2019 Cruise With Superfruit, Betty Who & More News Facebook center_img Email The GRAMMY-nominated singer/songwriter invites you to join her Weird & Wonderful Rainbow RideRenée FabianGRAMMYs Jun 14, 2018 – 4:09 pm Kesha’s going on a Weird & Wonderful Rainbow Ride in 2019, and you are invited.On June 13 the GRAMMY-nominated singer/songwriter announced her Rainbow Ride cruise, which is slated to set sail Feb. 17–21, 2019, and its lineup. Not only will fellow sea travelers be treated to two “unique” performances from Kesha herself, but they’ll also have the chance to see Betty Who, Superfruit, Jonathan Van Ness, Big Freedia, Wrabel, Bob The Drag Queen, Detox, and Thorgy Thor up close and personal. Additional performers will be announced.The four-day cruise will also feature dance parties, lip syncing, pool activities, and other musical shenanigans. The cruise will begin in Tampa, Fla., and make its way “to the dark side of the moon with a stopover at the crystal-clear waters of Nassau, Bahamas.” Along the way, passengers “will let go of the worries in our lives together on the open sea.” The only rules? “Bring some glitter and be yourself unapologetically.”  “We will let go of the worries in our lives together on the open sea,” Kesha wrote. “I’m bringing some of my most fabulous friends and fellow performers to make sure your boogie feet never stop. Throw out everything you think you know about cruising and let your freak flag fly.”Fans can register for the cruise presale via the festival’s website. The high seas will never have experienced anything so fabulous.”Catching Up On Music News Powered By The Recording Academy Just Got Easier. Have A Google Home Device? “Talk To GRAMMYs”Read morelast_img read more

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Gray Case Prosecutors Seek to Compel 2nd Officer to Testify

first_imgOfficer William Porter, right, one of six Baltimore city police officers charged in the death of Freddie Gray. Porter is one of two officers who prosecutors want to testify against their colleagues. (AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana)Prosecutors in Baltimore want to compel a second police officer charged in the Freddie Gray case to testify against a fellow officer.Media outlets report that a motion seeks to compel Officer Garrett Miller to testify at Officer Edward Nero’s trial. Both were involved in Gray’s arrest and have pleaded not guilty to second-degree assault, reckless endangerment and misconduct. Gray died in April 2015 after he was injured in police custody.The motion filed last week comes after a decision by the state’s highest court that Officer William Porter can be compelled to testify. The Court of Appeals issued the order March 8, but hasn’t delivered an opinion explaining its reasoning.If the motion is granted, both Porter and Miller could be witnesses at Nero’s trial.last_img read more

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Black Girls Hair Extension Lawsuit Moved to Federal Court

first_imgThe Associated PressA Catholic school in Louisiana and the Archdiocese of New Orleans have moved a lawsuit regarding the school’s policy forbidding hair extensions to federal court.The New Orleans Advocate reports attorneys for the Christ the King Parish School and archdiocese say federal court is the proper venue for a case alleging violations of the U.S. Constitution.In this Aug. 24 file photo, Faith Fennidy walks to a news conference outside the offices of attorney James Williams, in Metairie, La. A Catholic school official says a suburban New Orleans school has rescinded its policy forbidding hair extensions. But it remains unclear whether Fennidy, a sixth-grader who left the school in tears a week earlier after running afoul of the rule, will return to Christ the King school. (Matthew Hinton/The Advocate via AP, File)The lawsuit by the families of two Black students at the school say the policy is discriminatory because it blocked the girls from attending class. The school says it has since rescinded the policy. It’s unclear if the girls have returned to the school.The newspaper says this is a common legal move and that the families could request the case return to state court.A hearing is set for Sept. 18.last_img read more

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Two beaten up arrested for supplying flesh of dead animals to eateries

first_imgKolkata: Locals beat up two youth and handed them over to the police after they were found taking away flesh of dead animals from a dump yard in Budge Budge in order to supply it to different eateries and restaurants.Locals often used to find the duo moving around the dump yard and it led to their suspicion. It was on Thursday when some of the locals followed them and they were caught cutting flesh from the bodies of dead animals thrown in the dump yard. One of the youth was Raja Mallick and the other was a taxi driver named Milsel Shyamlal. They used to pack the flesh and take it to a place at Kabardanga in the extreme southern part of the city in the taxi. Also Read – Heavy rain hits traffic, flightsFinding the locals approaching them, the taxi driver attempted to flee. But he was caught red-handed.Raja told locals that they used to take it to Kabardanga where they used to hand it over to a person who used to process it and pack it in small plastic bags. The same person then used to supply it to a section of eateries in and around the city.The mob turned irate when they their suspicion turned true and allegedly manhandled the duo. The taxi was also damaged. Police went to the spot and brought the situation under control. They were handed over to the police and detained subsequently.Police came to know about two other youth – Sunny and Nimai – who are also allegedly involved in it. Cops have initiated a search for the same. Police suspect involvement of more people in this connection.Police will take both of them to the place at Kabardanga where they used to supply the same.last_img read more

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Rep Glenn committee approve bill to keep rates low for Hemlock Semiconductor

first_imgState Rep. Gary Glenn, chair of the House Energy Policy Committee, presided over a committee meeting Tuesday that resulted in a vote to keep electric costs down for Hemlock Semiconductor (HSC), which also will lessen the impact of future residential rate hikes.Rep. Glenn, of Williams Township, and the committee, by a 16-2 vote, approved House Bill 5902, authorizing the Michigan Public Service Commission to establish the long-term industrial load rate, which will apply to HSC. Without the special rate, HSC and its parent company, Dow Chemical Co. in Midland, would build a power plant to provide electricity to the facility, which would have forced Consumers Energy to significantly increase residential rates.The bill is HSC parent company Dow Chemical’s highest legislative priority in Lansing.After an impassioned speech by Rep. Glenn, with the bill’s outcome in doubt, committee members withdrew all amendments and overwhelmingly approved the bill.“Hemlock Semiconductor is unique in North America and competes directly with the Chinese. HSC consumes the greatest amount of electricity of any single site in the state – at full production it uses more power than is required to run the cities of Ann Arbor and Lansing combined,” Rep. Glenn said. “HSC has contributed to Midland-Saginaw-Bay Counties economy for 57 years and is one of the region’s largest job creators. By establishing this rate, HSC predicts it will attract similar businesses from Asia to locate in Michigan, which will further grow our economies.”“Hemlock Semiconductor is the state’s largest power purchaser, and the bill will help us work through the Michigan Public Service Commission to reduce our costs and continue purchasing power from Consumers Energy,” said Brooke Beebe, vice president of external affairs at Hemlock Semiconductor “An alternative is for Hemlock Semiconductor to build our own electric generation facility. If we did so, the result would be much higher bills for other customers.”Electricity makes up approximately 40 percent of HSC’s annual costs. If HSC built its own power plant, other Consumers customers would have to pick up Consumer’s costs of losing HSC, its single biggest customer, Glenn said.“There really is no argument here,” Rep. Glenn said. “If we turn down the long-term rate, families will be hit with a larger electric bill increase. Approval of the measure not only prevents higher rate increases, it keeps one of the area’s key job creators running at full pace, and in competition with the Chinese, keeping high-tech jobs in the U.S. and here in mid-Michigan.”The measure was approved by the committee and now heads to the full House for consideration.##### Categories: Glenn News,News Energy panel chair says measure key to Midland areacenter_img 16May Rep. Glenn, committee approve bill to keep rates low for Hemlock Semiconductor, ratepayerslast_img read more

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