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Ocean City Boys Varsity 8, just after their win at St. Andrews on Saturday. Pictured: Matt Catanoso-coxswain; AJ Oves–Stroke; Blase Japzon; Greg O’Connell; Luke Hornick; Jack Branin; Seth Pierson; Noah Centrone; Jake Ruskey– Bow. Photo Credit: D. Oves St. Andrews School in Middletown, Delaware, was once the beautiful setting for the classic Robin Williams film “Dead Poets Society.” On Saturday, it was an ideal setting for a classic high school crew race.Ocean City and several other local teams took part in the Noxontown Regatta, an invitational competition on the scenic Noxontown Pond, a tributary of the Appoquinim River which runs directly adjacent to the school.Ocean City, Mainland, and Holy Spirit took part in the competition, along with the host Cardinals and W.C. Woodson High School of Fairfax, Virginia and T.C. Williams of Alexandria Virginia.The team, parents, and family members had a fantastic day cheering on the competitors, eating great food, and taking in the scenery.The weather was perfect. It was sunny, 55 degrees, the course conditions were glassy and there was a slight tailwind. Some of the racing highlights of the day included:The Ocean City Boys won the Varsity 8 race. The Raiders powered through the competition to win in 4:35.2 with St. Andrews coming in second in 4:37.1. Mainland took third in 4:53.2, followed by Woodson and T.C. Williams.In the Girls Varsity 8 race, Ocean City came up short, finishing second to local rivals Holy Spirit. The Spartans crossed the finish line in 5:00.7, ahead of the Raiders 5:05.8. T.C. Williams was third followed by St. Andrews, Mainland and Woodson.Ocean City Girls Varsity 8, pictured during their race at St. Andrews on Saturday.Ocean City girls came even closer in the Second 8 race, finishing eight tenths of a second behind T.C. Williams, who won in 5:14.2.In a thrilling Boys Second 8 race, Mainland and Ocean City finished 1-2, with the Mustangs crossing the line in 4:48.7, ahead of the Raiders 4:50.2.Overall, a great day on the water for the Ocean City Team. It was a competitive day of racing against some excellent teams on a scenic, historic venue. Below are the official times for all of the races:Download (PDF, 33KB)Next week, they are off to Philadelphia for race number 3:6 of the Manny Flick Series. It will be a big test for them because they will face the best teams in the Philadelphia Scholastic Rowing Association.The banks of the Schuylkill River in Philadelphia during a Manny Flick race. Photo Credit – PSRA
Colorado’s SunSquabi has just released their latest single “Cinnamon,” which features guest spots from Late Night Radio on keys and Leah Druzinsky on vocals. There is a reason the 3-piece is described as an ‘electronic hydro-funk experience,’ because their music literally flows like water.Papadosio To Bring Re:Creation To Red Rocks With Alex & Allyson Grey, SunSquabi, And More“Cinnamon” stays in that same vein, with a super smooth, undeniable groove highlighted by gorgeous vocals performed contributed by Druzinsky. There is a good reason as to why SunSquabi has been selling out Colorado venues such as the Aggie Theatre, The Fox Theatre, and more, as they continue to impress and take their show out on the road to new cities across the country. Keep an eye out. In the meantime, check out “Cinnamon” below:SunSquabi and Late Night Radio are teaming up for a night in NYC on 4/29 at American Beauty! Tickets available here.
* w/ Flamingosis, Cycles** w/ Broccoli Samurai^^ w/ Juice% w/ Joe Hertler & The Rainbow Seekers! notes newly announced date[Photo: Steve Olker] Pigeons Playing Ping Pong have added a slew of new tour dates to their calendar for the spring, including a three-night run at the Brooklyn Bowl and a set at Bonnaroo. The dates expand on what was already shaping up to be a lengthy 2018 run for the Baltimore-based quartet.Pigeons Playing Ping Pong Rings In 2018 With Disney-Themed Show [Video/Full Audio/Photo]In addition to a jaunt through the Southwest, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong’s new list of dates also features two-night stops at the Woodlands Tavern in Columbus, OH and the Port City Music Hall in Portland, ME as well as a three-night run at New York City’s iconic music venue Brooklyn Bowl. There’s currently no word on who the supporting acts will be for those shows, but the openers are already set for the band’s previously announced trek through the Midwest and Colorado.Tickets for single nights go on sale this Friday, January 12th, at 10 a.m. (local). Early-bird bundles will also be available for the multi-night runs in Portland and Brooklyn, with the packages going on sale Wednesday, January 10th, at 10 a.m. (EST). For more information on these new dates from Pigeons Playing Ping Pong and to snag tickets, head here.Pigeons Playing Ping Pong Tour Dates1/17 – 1/22 – Miami, FL – Jam Cruise2/1 – 2/3 – Morgantown, WV – 123 Pleasant Street2/7 – State College, PA – State Theater **2/8 – Rochester, NY – Anthology **2/9 – Stroudsburg, PA – Sherman Theater **2/10 – Asbury Park, NJ – Stone Pony ^^2/27 – Bloomington, IN – Bluebird %2/28 – Grand Rapids, MI – Intersection %3/1 – Milwaukee, WI – Turner Hall Ballroom %3/2 – Minneapolis, MN – Cabooze %3/3 – Omaha, NE – Waiting Room %3/6 – Jackson, WY – Pink Garter %3/7 – Salt Lake City, UT – State Room %3/9 – Durango, CO – Animas %3/10 – Denver, CO – Ogden %3/13 – Lawrence, KS – Bottleneck %3/14 – St. Louis, MO – Old Rock House %3/15 – Detroit, MI – St. Andrews Hall %3/16 & 3/17 – Columbus, OH – Woodlands Tavern (St. Fatty’s Daze)!3/30 & 3/31 – Washington, D.C. – 9:30 Club 4/12 – Providence, RI – Fete Ballroom!4/13 – Burlington, VT – Higher Ground!4/14 & 4/15 – Portland, ME – Port City Music Hall!4/19 – 21 – Live Oak, FL – Wanee Festival4/20 – Charleston, SC – Pour House!4/24 – Baton Rouge, LA – Varsity Theater!4/25 – Jackson, MS – Duling Hall!4/26 – Birmingham, AL – Saturn!4/27 – Athens, GA – Georgia Theatre!4/28 – Raleigh, NC – Lincoln Theater!5/03 – Brooklyn, NY – Brooklyn Bowl!5/04 – Brooklyn, NY – Brooklyn Bowl!5/05 – Brooklyn, NY – Brooklyn Bowl!5/17 – 19 – Bedford, PA – Domefest6/07-10 – Manchester, TN – Bonnaroo!
University of Georgia Cooperative Extension in Union County will open its farmers market weekly from June 26 until Oct. 16.Located near Home Depot at 148 Old Smokey Road in Blairsville, the market has expanded and can now accommodate 70 vendors. The market will open each Wednesday and Saturday from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. Food from the farmers market or home gardens can be taken to the Union County Cannery for preserving. Located on Hughes St., the cannery is open on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8 a.m. until noon. Last year, 200 people used the cannery to preserve summer produce. For more information about the Union County Farmers Market or the cannery, visit the website www.ucfarmersmarket.com.
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Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Sponsored Content Brought To You By Alure Home ImprovementsMost homeowners take their bathroom ceiling fan for granted, rarely looking up until something unsightly catches their eye and suddenly they feel they have to take immediate steps to mitigate the situation. Then the most common reaction might be: “Now what do I do?”Thanks to Doug Cornwell, chief operating officer of Alure Home Improvements, the solution is at hand.“Nobody can quite understand how to take the covers off because there are no visible screws,” he explains. And there’s a reason for that. The bath fan cover is held in place by two spring clips, lightweight metal contraptions that have a bit stronger resilience than a paper clip, considering they have to fight against gravity to keep the cover on the upside down fan flush with the ceiling.In this recent installment of Alure Home Improvements’ “60-Second Fix: How To Remove Your Bathroom Exhaust Fan In 60 Seconds,” Cornwell shows you how simple and easy it is to remove the fan cover and replace it once your task is completed.First, he advises that you slide your fingers under the edges of the cover. The two spring clips are located on opposite sides of the fan cover. Once you find the clips, you’re in business.“Don’t be afraid to pull it,” Cornwell says. “The cover will pop up.”Now you’ll be able to better see the two wire assemblies on either side of the cover—these are the spring clips, which are designed to spring apart in order to function.“Pinch them together,” he says. “They release that side from the slot where the clips were inserted. Then do the same on the other side so this clip pops out.“Now you can hold the cover,” Cornwell explains.Fancy bath fan covers may have a light in the assembly. Perhaps it burned out and that is why you want to go through this process. Or, more commonly, you’ve noticed that the fan cover’s openings are clogged with dust and grime, and you rightly believe it’s time for a good, thorough cleaning. Maybe you will also want to wipe the fan’s blades clean. If so, make sure you’ve taken precaution to turn the fan off first!“Do whatever you need to do with the cover,” Cornwell advises.Once you’re satisfied, you just reverse the process to put the fan cover back on.“Aim one spring clip above the slot and pinch the wires together,” he says. “It’s easier if you do one side first. Once you have the spring clip back in place, then you can insert the other spring clip.“Pinch the spring clip and put it into the slot! Back on it goes!” says Cornwell with a smile.Click here to learn more about Alure Home ImprovementsOf course, Cornwell makes it look easy—he is an experienced Alure Home Improvements professional, after all—but in this video he has a special advantage. He’s working standing up in the Alure Home Improvements warehouse. Bath fans are normally installed in the ceiling. So in the interest of getting the most out of this instructional video, you might want to stand on your head, or put the monitor upside down so you can prepare yourself for the real experience.But seriously, you don’t need to go that far. And you don’t have to be a magician or a skilled acrobat to undo the bath fan cover. You just need a chair or a stepladder that gets you comfortably within reach of the ceiling fan cover, and a preview of this video so you are familiar with the inner workings of the spring clip. Once you see how simple the spring clip functions—it just takes a pinch for the wires to release from the slot—you could almost do it with your eyes closed. That bath fan never need be dirty or dusty again.Of course, as Cornwell says, everybody appreciates what this modern appliance does.“Bath fans take the humidity out of the air when you’re taking a hot shower,” he says. And if the fans don’t do that, you might be in for “a bad hair day,” he jokes.And, remember, a clean bath fan is a hygienic benefit to everybody who uses that bathroom, including you.
Arsenal transfer target Yannick Carrasco drops major hint over his future Advertisement Metro Sport ReporterThursday 6 Jun 2019 2:45 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link250Shares Yannick Carrasco in keen to leave Dalian Yifang this summer (Picture: Getty)Dalian Yifang winger Yannick Carrasco has dropped a hint over his future by stating that he has had an offer from another club with media in Belgium claiming it to be from Arsenal.The 25-year-old was linked with a move to Arsenal during the January transfer window, however, Unai Emery opted to sign Barcelona winger Denis Suarez on loan instead.That deal failed to work out and Arsenal have again been linked with a move for Carrasco who has made it clear that he would like to leave China this summer due to personal reasons.Carrasco, who previously played for Monaco and Atletico Madrid prior to his move to the Chinese Super League 18-months ago, has called on his chairman to allow him to leave.ADVERTISEMENT Advertisement Carrasco is keen to secure a return to Europe after losing his starting place for Belgium (Picture: Getty)Speaking to Belgian website Nieuwsblad, Carrasco said: ‘There is now an offer on the table and the negotiations with my agent are progressing well.AdvertisementAdvertisement‘I am the most important player in the club, but I hope the chairman understands me.’On struggling to adapt to life in China, he added: ‘From a family point of view, I would rather play in Europe and stay closer to my family. The adjustment for my family was also difficult over there.‘I have become a lot more mature and have learned a lot. Also on the field, where I had to take my responsibility and the team had to bear. But my wish now is to return.’More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityEmery has a reduced transfer budget to work with this summer – reported to be around £40m – following Arsenal’s failure to seal Champions League football next season.Dalian Yifang, who also count ex-Napoli skipper Marek Hamsik in their ranks, paid €30m to sign Carrasco from Atletico plus substantial taxes to the state and would be looking to recoup that fee.Arsenal have been linked with a host of players already this summer as Emery seeks to assemble a squad capable of finishing in the top-four next season.More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal Comment
The final floating wind turbine for the Hywind Scotland project has been towed to the site and installed at its designated location off Peterhead, Scotland, according to BBC. Statoil has yet to respond to Offshore WIND’s request for confirmation.The first electricity from the world’s first floating wind farm is expected to be produced in October.The 30MW Hywind Scotland Pilot Park comprises five Siemens 6MW turbines mounted on a SPAR-type floating foundation.The turbines are 253 meters tall from bottom to wing tip, of which 78 metres will be under water and 175 metres above, according to Statoil, which further added that the turbine has a rotor diameter of 154 metres, with each blade being 75 metres long and the nacelle big enough to park two double decker buses inside.The floating substructures, built by the Spanish Navantia-Windar consortium, are 91 meters long and have a diameter of 14,4 metres.The EUR 200 million project, which can provide 20,000 UK households with renewable energy, is owned by Statoil (75%) and Masdar (25%).