Chris Robinson Brotherhood guitarist Neal Casal‘s Circles Around The Sun project had added another date to their schedule. The group has announced it will play Railroad Earth‘s Horn o’ Plenty Getaway at the Sherman Theater in Stroudsburg, PA Thanksgiving weekend (Nov. 25th and 26th).As you may or may not know, Casal, joined by fellow CRB brethren keyboardist Adam MacDougall, drummer Mark Levy and bassist Dan Horne, created the setbreak music for the Grateful Dead‘s Fare Thee Well shows at Chicago’s Soldier Field last summer. With plenty of positive feedback after the Dead shows, it prompted the group to release Interludes For The Dead in proper album format.After playing their first official live performance at Lockn’ recently, the group announced a show at Brooklyn Bowl on Nov. 23rd.Tickets for RRE’s Plenty O’ Horn Getaway can be purchased here. [via Jambase]
Welcome to the CUInsight Minute, sixty seconds from our Publisher & CEO Lauren Culp with the top three of our favorite things from the week.Mentioned this week:What will the new normal at credit unions look like?by ANTHONY DEMANGONE, NAFCUIn a crisis like COVID-19, it can be tempting to sit back and wait for the dust to settle before making any decisions on how to proceed. But now more than ever, it’s important to focus on the hard data and build a plan for how your credit union will thrive in the new normal. (read more)Why your 2020 data transformation could fail, before you even get startedby MARK WEBER, STRUMWhen the first wave of the pandemic hit in March, it accelerated a massive shift in digital technologies, forcing organizations overnight to move millions of employees to work at home. Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella suggested recently that “Microsoft just saw two years of digital transformation in two months.” How will this sudden and rapid acceleration among consumers of adopting digital technologies impact your organization’s data analytics journey ahead? (read more)How credit unions should deliver financial education during COVID-19by BOLUN LI, ZOGOPicture this: you’re in high school, and the teacher rolls an old-fashioned tube TV into the classroom. She flicks the lights off, and an outdated video about checking accounts and credit cards starts to play. Most of your classmates are falling asleep, or texting their friends under their desks. When class is over, you can’t really remember anything from the video — or how you were supposed to use it. (read more)How to Be a Better Ally to Your Black Colleaguesby STEPHANIE CREARY, HBRThe late singer and songwriter Sam Cooke appropriately summed up the desires of many Black Americans in 1963 when he penned the song, “A Change is Gonna Come.” Well, it’s been a long time coming, but corporate America — and the world — has finally woken up to the idea that systemic racism still surrounds us. (read more) ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Lauren Culp Lauren Culp is the Publisher & CEO at CUInsight.com.She leads the growing team at CUInsight, works with organizations serving credit unions to maximize their brand and exposure, connects … Web: https://www.cuinsight.com Details
Manager Ron Roenicke said Sale felt the soreness Monday, one day after throwing batting practice. Dr. James Andrews will review the MRI.Sale threw about 18 pitches in batting practice Sunday, the first time he faced hitters since Aug,. 13. He went on the injured list with elbow inflammation and finished 6-11 with a 4.40 ERA in 25 starts. Sale already was slated to start this season on the IL after reporting to camp with pneumonia.In other MLB news:— An arbitrator has accepted Chicago Cubs president of baseball operations Theo Epstein’s rationale for delaying Kris Bryant’s debut at the start of the 2015 season. The ruling was that there was no proof of “a nefarious motive” by Epstein to delay the third baseman’s eligibility for free agency. The decision accepts Epstein’s explanation that injuries to Mike Olt and Tommy La Stella prompted the timing of Bryant’s call-up to the Cubs in April 2015. Had Bryant been brought up one day earlier, he would have been eligible for free agency after the 2020 season.—Yankees outfielders Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton are likely to miss New York’s opener at Baltimore on March 26 because of their injuries. Judge is having more tests to determine the cause of soreness in the right pectoral area near his shoulder. Stanton strained his right calf last month. New York already was without center fielder Aaron Hicks, who is recovering from Tommy John surgery. Pitchers Luis Severino and James Paxton also are hurt, and Domingo Germán is suspended for the first two months of the season. Associated Press ENGLEWOOD, Colorado (AP) — A person with knowledge of the deal tells The Associated Press that the Denver Broncos have agreed to acquire cornerback A.J. Bouye (BOI’-yay) from the Jacksonville Jaguars for a fourth-round pick in the upcoming draft.The deal can’t be processed until the NFL’s new league year begins March 18. Bouye has 14 interceptions in seven NFL seasons in Houston and Jacksonville. Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditVIRUS OUTBREAK-NCAA TOURNAMENTAn NCAA Tournament with empty arenas? It can’t be ruled outUNDATED (AP) — The NCAA is ruling out no contingencies when it comes to coronavirus and the NCAA Tournament. In an interview with Bloomberg News, Chief Operating Officer Donald Remy did not dismiss the possibility of games being played with no fans in arenas. The games presumably would still be televised.The NCAA declined further comment to the AP on the possibility of no fans in the stands. Also, the NCAA announced it has established a coronavirus advisory panel of medical, public health and epidemiology experts and NCAA schools.TOKYO GAMES-POSTPONEMENT?Japan Olympic minister says games could be held any time in 2020TOKYO (AP) — Japan’s Olympic minister says the contract to hold the Tokyo Games only specifies the event has to be held during 2020. The issue of a delay comes because of the fast-spreading virus that has been blamed for 12 deaths in Japan and has shut down most schools, sports competitions and Olympic-related events in the country. The virus that started in China has been detected in at least 70 countries, with 90,000 cases and 3,100 deaths reported. IOC officials and Tokyo organizers have repeatedly said they expect the Olympics to open on schedule.In other outbreak sports concerns:— The Italian Cup semifinal between Juventus and AC Milan scheduled for Wednesday in Turin has been postponed indefinitely as part of measures to stop the spread of the virus outbreak in Italy. More than 50 people have died and more than 2,000 have been infected in Italy by the COVID-19 virus.NBA-NETS-IRVING SURGERYKyrie Irving has shoulder surgery Detroit Pistons guard Derrick Rose has a sprained right ankle and is expected to be re-evaluated in two weeks. The team says Rose had an MRI that confirmed a grade-two sprain. Rose is averaging 18.1 points per game this season for his highest output since 2011-12. Rose was injured in Sunday’s loss at Sacramento.— Part honor and part hype on Friday at the Barclays Center as the Nets welcome Dr. Julius Erving. Erving led the New York Nets to ABA championships in 1974 and 1976 but was then landed in Philadelphia when the Nets entered the NBA in 2012. The first 10,000 fans will receive a Marvel comics Black Panther-inspired Dr. J bobblehead. MLB-RED SOX-SALESale has elbow sorenessUNDATED. (AP) — Boston Red Sox left-hander Chris Sale has soreness in his throwing elbow and has undergone an MRI. March 3, 2020 Update on the latest in sports: — Houston ace Justin Verlander says the groin tightness that has slowed him this spring is no longer worrisome. Verlander made his Grapefruit League debut on Tuesday, throwing 2 2/3 innings against the St. Louis Cardinals.—Cardinals pitcher Andrew Miller will be sidelined for an undetermined amount of time as he tries to regain the feel for his pitches. The two-time All-Star and 2016 ALCS MVP with Cleveland says there’s no pain, but that his release simply doesn’t feel right. Miller says the issue contributed to his disappointing 5-6 record and 4.45 ERA. —Amazon Prime Video will stream 21 Yankees games to members in New York’s broadcast market this season at no additional cost. The games are produced by the Yankees’ YES Network. Starting this season, owners now have digital streaming rights within a team’s broadcast market.NFL-BRONCOS-JAGUARS TRADEAP source: Broncos to acquire Jaguars cornerback A.J. Bouye UNDATED (AP) — Kyrie Irving has undergone surgery to repair the injured right shoulder that ended his first season with the Brooklyn Nets after just 20 games.The Nets say the procedure to relieve the impingement was performed Tuesday at the Hospital for Special Surgery. The team says Irving is expected to make a full recovery.Irving began having trouble with the shoulder as he worked to get back in shape after another injury in the preseason. He missed 26 games before returning in January.Irving signed with Brooklyn in July along with Kevin Durant, who is recovering from surgery to repair his Achilles tendon.In other NBA news:
TAGS Mason City Iowa Coronavirus Mason City Council MASON CITY — The City Council in Mason City last night approved changes of an ordinance that would allow interim encroachment and sidewalk service area permits to help businesses during the pandemic.City Code allows for encroachment permits, which permit private outdoor use of city-owned property, and sidewalk service area permits, which allow private outdoor use of adjacent sidewalks.The current process for allowing such things as outdoor dining or sidewalk sales is typically somewhat lengthy and onerous, and City Administrator Aaron Burnett says while each application is unique, the use of interim permits would allow more rapid deployment of outdoor business activities for business owners seeking quick methods to return to business while remaining health conscious. “Some of them will be fairly easy to move through the interim process. Others depending on things like the width of the sidewalk, making sure that it’s not blocking pedestrian passage, making sure we have egress for buildings, things along those lines get a little complicated. It really depends on that application and how quickly that business can provide the information for consideration and approval. It can move very quickly if all the information is together and filed with the office.”Burnett says there has been interest in the interim permits. “We did receive interest from a business with all this discussion. We already received interest from other businesses. I think this will be a useful tool to move things through.”The council approved the ordinance changes, waiving the first and second readings and approving it on the third and final reading to allow the changes to take place as soon as possible. sidewalk sales private outdoor patio use City Administrator Aaron Burnett City Council in Mason City Mason City code encroachment permits outdoor dining Mason City COVID-19
However, Wolfson Children’s Hospital in Jacksonville confirmed on Thursday that it had two patients with cases of MIS-C.Additionally, 12 patients in the Jacksonville area who have been treated at Wolfson since mid-April who are now suspected to have had the illness.South Florida has had another six cases, with five patients still hospitalized. One patient who was being treated at Holtz Children’s Hospital in Miami was discharged last Friday.MIS-C is most common among school-age children. Patients who meet the definition of the syndrome must be under 21 and have a fever, laboratory evidence of inflammation, have a clinically severe illness requiring hospitalization and must test positive for a novel coronavirus infection, or have been exposed to it within the four weeks ahead of the symptoms’ onset.The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention published information on May 15 on its website, after the illness emerged in New York. As of Friday, New York health officials said they were investigating 161 reported MIS-C cases in their state. There have also been three deaths.UPDATED: Local Children Diagnosed with Illness Possibly Linked to COVID-19 Gov. Ron DeSantis late last week called a childhood illness that has been tied to COVID-19 “extremely rare,” despite reports of at least eight confirmed cases in our state.He added that parents can decide whether they believe their children are at risk.“I think it’s something parents should consider. It is extremely rare,” DeSantis said Friday of the illness known as “multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children,” or MIS-C.DeSantis made the comments during a news conference in which he announced that coronavirus-related restrictions on youth activities have been lifted for the summer. However, he deferred questions about MIS-C to Bonnie White, a pediatrician who appeared at the news conference.“It’s my understanding that we haven’t seen any cases, that Wolfson (Children’s Hospital) is monitoring seven kids for symptoms of it, but as of yesterday they haven’t had any cases,” White said.
England Golf will again be entering three teams, each comprising two boys and a girl, to compete for the Nations Cup at the Fairhaven Trophies at Fairhaven Golf Club, Lancashire, on 4th – 6th May. Team One will comprise Gabriella Cowley (West Essex, Essex), Patrick Kelly (Boston West, Lincolnshire) and Max Orrin (North Foreland, Kent). Team Two will be Olivia Winning (Rotherham, Yorkshire), Harry Ellis (Meon Valley, Hampshire, IoW & CI) and Nick Marsh (Elland, Yorkshire), while Team Three will combine Alice Hewson (Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire), Bradley Moore (Kedleston Park, Derbyshire) and Ashton Turner (Kenwick Park, Lincolnshire). In Team One: Gabriella Cowley, 16, is the English under 15 girls’ champion and has just won the Scottish under 16 open stroke play championship. She is also an under 16 international. Kelly, 17, a boy international (picture © Tom Ward), was runner-up in last year’s British Boys Championship and was a member of Lincolnshire’s winning team in the Boys County Championship, while Orrin, 17, another boy cap, has finished runner-up in the Darwin Salver for the past two years and was joint second in the recent McEvoy Trophy. He finished third in last year’s Fairhaven Trophy. In Team Two: Olivia Winning, 17, is the Yorkshire girls’ champion. Last year, she finished runner-up in the North region girls’ championship, fifth in the English girls’ championship and tied third, with Gabriella Cowley, in the North of England under 16 championship. Ellis, 16, an under 16 cap, was Hampshire junior champion in 2010, tied fourth in last year’s North of England under 16 Championship and was fifth in last week’s McEvoy Trophy while Marsh, 17, finished joint second in the McEvoy Trophy and is a member of the England boys squad. In Team Three: Alice Hewson, 14, was English under 13 girls’ champion in 2010. She was one of two 13-year-olds to contest the final of the 2011 Hertfordshire county championship and represented Hertfordshire at the English County Finals. This year she tied fifth in the Scottish under 16 open stroke play championship. Moore, 14, an England under 16 and Schools international, is the current English under 14 champion, having tied fifth in the under 16 championship. He finished fourth in the recent McEvoy Trophy, while Turner, 16, is also an under 16 and Schools international, who finished equal third in the 2010 English under 14 Championship and tenth in this year’s McEvoy Trophy. The Nations Cup is contested over the first two rounds of the 72-hole Fairhaven Trophies with all three scores to count. 1 May 2012 England field three mixed teams in Fairhaven Nations Cup
Atlanta Dream coach Michael Cooper talks to his players during the first half of Game 1 of the WNBA basketball Eastern Conference semifinals against the Chicago Sky on Friday, Aug. 22, 2014, in Atlanta. Chicago won 80-77. (AP Photo/John Bazemore)ATLANTA (AP) — Michael Cooper remembers the day well. The sun was shining bright, yet the notorious Atlanta heat wasn’t too stifling. The sky was a brilliant blue, speckled with only a few puffy white clouds.As he looked out the eighth-floor window, all seemed right with the world. His job was going well. His wife and young son were good.Then, the doctor delivered one word that changed everything.Cancer.“I’m like, ‘OK, how long do I have to live?’” Cooper recalled. “That’s the first thing that came into my mind.”The defensive stopper for the Los Angeles Lakers during their glorious “Showtime” era of the 1980s was facing an opponent unlike any other.“This lets you know that life is fragile, and it can be taken away from you at any moment,” Cooper said. “Here I was, just going along, having a great time down here in Atlanta with a team that I know can win a championship, and the next thing you know, they tell me … ‘You have cancer.’ Now, tongue cancer isn’t as bad some cancers. But cancer is cancer.”Cooper is in his first season as coach of the Dream, a team that finished first in the Eastern Conference after reaching the WNBA finals three of the last four years.The Dream were dominating the East with a 15-6 record when Cooper went in to have a small spot on his tongue checked out. It seemed like a cut, but just wouldn’t heal. It had become quite annoying, making it difficult for the 58-year-old to chew, drink or swallow.The specialist knew right away it was cancer. Cooper underwent surgery six days later to have the lesion removed. Also, his lymph nodes were taken out, reducing the risk of the disease spreading but leaving a gnarly scar down the left side of his neck.The very day of his surgery, Cooper’s 83-year-old father, Marshall, was buried. He had been in failing health, and the two were able to visit a few weeks before he died.“I flew to LA on a weekend when we had some days off,” Cooper said. “I told him I loved him, said all the things I wanted to say. We laughed and talked. I told him, ‘Pops, if you’re hanging around for me, don’t hang. I’m OK.’ That was the last time I saw him.”Instead of grieving, Cooper actually took a bit of comfort from his father’s death as he was wheeled into the operating room.“I knew I had another angel up there looking out for me,” he said. “I knew things were going to be all right.”The cancer was caught in its early stages, according to Cooper, and the chances of a full recovery are good. He’ll need to undergo about six weeks of radiation after the season, but hopes the worst of his ordeal is over.He missed only six games, but the Dream took a definite turn for the worse while he was out, eventually losing nine of 11.“Anytime you’re on a team, you want consistency, you want familiarity,” said DeLisha Milton-Jones, a 15-year veteran. “When you’re thrown a blow like that from the head coaching position, I mean, he’s your first leader. When you don’t have him there, of course the team may stumble a little bit. And we did.”Now, there’s a chance to make it right.A best-of-three series against the Chicago Sky begins Friday night. Atlanta, led by top scorer Angel McCoughtry and rookie star Shoni Schimmel, is favored in the East. But no one outside this locker room really believes the Dream (19-15) can knock off the Western Conference champion Phoenix Mercury (29-5) or the Minnesota Lynx (25-9) — should they get that far.Cooper, meanwhile, is still adjusting since returning to the bench.He tires more easily than he did before, and he’s been told not to raise his voice while his tongue recovers. He talks just fine, other than swishing saliva around his mouth more frequently, but relays instructions during the games through assistant coach Karlene Thompson.But this is where he wants to be, where he needs to be.“It’s been great to be around the team,” Cooper said after a recent practice at Philips Arena. “With my wife and son back in Los Angeles, the team has been like a comforting thing for me. It’s like family coming here. That’s why it was important to come back as fast as I was able to come back.”His eyes darted around the court. One player was getting in some extra free throws. Another was shooting from 3-point range.“This is what love,” Cooper said, smiling like a man whose life is back in order. “Being in a basketball gym. The smell of hoops.”Cancer couldn’t take that away.___Follow Paul Newberry on Twitter at www.twitter.com/pnewberry1963