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Mariah Carey’s Assistant Claims She Was Urinated On and Called a ‘Whore’

Mariah Carey’s former assistant claims in a new lawsuit that she was subjected to physical and sexual abuse, which included being called a “whore” and being urinated on. Lianna Shakhnazaryan filed suit in Los Angeles Superior Court, claiming she was tormented by Carey’s manager, Stella Bulochnikov. According to the suit, Bulochnikov slapped her buttocks and […]
Tags: News, Mariah Carey, Los Angeles Superior Court, Carey, Stella Bulochnikov, Bulochnikov, Lianna Shakhnazaryan


The Vancouver Canucks Are In The Hunt For The Playoffs

from Ed Willes of the Vancouver Province, We’re late to this — which is the story of our career — but mid-January is generally the time when grades and awards are passed out for the first half of the NHL season. With that in mind, let’s start with the Canucks. The locals find themselves in 11th place in the West but two points out of the second wild-card spot. For most teams that would be considered a disappointment. For the Canucks it qualifies as a crowning achievement. Elias Pe...
Tags: Sport, West, NHL, Vancouver Canucks, Canucks, Carey, Jacob Markstrom, Pekka Rinne, Ed Willes, Elias Pettersson


Senators Weekly: Duchene, Stone, Ceci & More

Welcome to Senators’ Weekly, where you can catch up on the past week of the Ottawa Senators throughout the 2018-19 season. From trending topics to surging prospects to news and notes, this is your weekly roundup on all things Sens. The Senators entered the week on an eight-game losing streak, looking to change their trend on their trip to California. They faced off against the Anaheim Ducks first, who, ironically, also entered the game on an eight-game losing streak. It took four frames, b...
Tags: Column, California, Toronto, Sport, Canada, AHL, Hockey, NHL, Calgary Flames, San Jose Sharks, RFA, Anaheim Ducks, Ottawa, Los Angeles Kings, Boston Bruins, TSN


Top Canadiens Bergevin Could Trade for the Right Price

Montreal Canadiens general manager did just say he wouldn’t “give up assets for the short term”, but his word has never stopped him before. To be fair, at his press conference earlier this month, Bergevin didn’t rule out making a deal. He just said he didn’t think he would be in the rental business this season, which is logically the right decision ahead of the trade deadline for this specific team. However, in looking to build for the future, he would also be open to “very appealing offers.” M...
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'Groundhog Day' for Temple AD at Carey intro

Temple AD Patrick Kraft introduced new football coach Rod Carey on Friday -- just 29 days after having welcomed Manny Diaz to the same position.
Tags: Football, Carey, Manny Diaz, Rod Carey, Patrick Kraft


Where to volunteer in NYC

In the words of Chidi Anagonye from The Good Place — though actually posed by philosopher T.M. Scanlon — what do we owe to each other? We’re all here together, so we should probably work together to make things better. Volunteering can help us do exactly that, and it does a wealth of good for everyone, including those being helped, the world around us, and ourselves. New York City has its fair share of problems, but it also has a number of places willing to address them. Finding somewhere to ...
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Carey introduced as Temple coach, a place he “wants to be”

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Temple University athletic director Patrick Kraft smiled and let out a little laugh when he took the podium to introduce the school’s newest head coach, Rod Carey. “I feel like Bill Murray in ‘Groundhog Day,’ ” Kraft said Friday. It was just 29 days ago that Kraft and the university were welcoming […]
Tags: News, Sports, Ap, Bill Murray, Philadelphia, Kraft, Temple, Temple University, Carey, Rod Carey, Patrick Kraft


AP source: Temple hires Carey from N. Illinois as coach

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A person familiar with the move tells The Associated Press that Temple has hired Northern Illinois coach Rod Carey as its next football coach. The person spoke Friday on condition of anonymity because Temple had not made an official announcement. The school scheduled a news conference for Friday afternoon to announce its […]
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Canadiens Need to Add a Piece or Two

Montreal Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin seems to have made up his mind a few weeks ago. In a recent press conference, he announced that his current roster will remain intact, and that he will not move any assets to help this team this season. Before the season started though, he stated that his team was competing for a playoff spot. So the question becomes: with the team holding down a playoff spot, why would Bergevin come out publicly and say he will not be active on the trade front? ...
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Rites of Passage: It’s Called a Butterfly Party and You’re Invited

Also in attendance will be my ex-girlfriend, a Mariah Carey impersonator and five butterflies, which I will release. Then I will emerge from a giant sac, 40 pounds lighter.
Tags: News, New Jersey, Mariah, Mariah Carey, Carey, Caterpillars, Dating and Relationships, Parties (Social, Seasons and Months, Butterflies and Moths, Butterfly Party, Your-feed-selfcare


Lightning Weekly Flash: Kucherov, All-Star Snubs & the Streak

Well, it finally happened folks. After going more than a month without suffering a regulation loss, the Tampa Bay Lightning finally came out of a game without earning a point this week. In the final game of their California road trip, a tired Lightning squad lost to the San Jose Sharks. So the dream of Tampa Bay ending the season on a 50-game point streak is now officially over. While we all knew the streak would eventually come to an end, it still was fun to see just how far the team coul...
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Bergevin Makes the Right Trade Deadline Decision

Montreal Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin has revealed his hand ahead of the 2019 trade deadline. It turns out he was bluffing all along. Bergevin Goes on the Record By going on the record, saying he won’t “give up assets for the short term,” Bergevin’s undeniably made the right decision, even if it isn’t necessarily the right one for himself. After all, he had said first the Canadiens’ goal would be to compete for a playoff spot way back before the season started. Marc Bergevin – (Eri...
Tags: Usa, Sport, Hockey, Tampa Bay Lightning, Boston Bruins, Montreal Canadiens, Canadiens, Weber, Washington Capitals, Carey, Habs, Carey Price, Marc Bergevin, Shea Weber, Bergevin, Vincent Carchietta


Chile: Central Bank Introduces An Amendment To Payment Cards Operation Regulations - Carey

On December 26, 2018, the Central Bank of Chile published an amendment to Chapter III.J.2 of its Financial Regulations Compendium, on Payment Cards Operation, after a one-month public consultation that allowed the general public to make comments or observations to the proposal.
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Chile: Law That Modifies The Labor Code As Regards To Employment Contracts For Specific Tasks Or Services (Law Nr. 21,122) - Carey

On November 28th, 2018, Law Nr. 21,122 was published in the Official Gazzette (hereinafter the "Law").
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Afternoon Line- Arpon Basu

The NHL suspending Carey Price a game for failing to honour an All-Star game selection that was less based on merit than it was on convenience to accommodate the NHL’s own All-Star game format is really the height of comedy. — Аrpon Basu (@ArponBasu) January 7, 2019
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Canadiens goalie Price to skip All-Star game

Canadiens goaltender Carey Price, like Capitals captain Alex Ovechkin, will not be participating in the NHL's All Star game, opting to rest.
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Carey Price Will Not Be Participating In The All-Star Game

MONTREAL - The Montreal Canadiens announced that goaltender Carey Price will not be participating in the 2019 NHL All-Star Game. "We took the time to discuss the situation with Carey and the medical group earlier today, and we all agreed that the best decision for him would be to rest and recuperate during the upcoming All-Star Break. Carey has had a nagging injury for some time, and we want to make sure to have him healthy and rested for the second half of the season. Carey is honored to on...
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NHL News & Notes: Price, NHL Stars of the Week & More

In today’s News & Notes, Carey Price will miss the all-star game, the NHL has announced their three stars of the week, David Schlemko has been placed on waivers and J.T. Miller has returned to practice in a non-contact jersey. Related: NHL News & Notes: Pageau, Benn & More Price to Miss All-Star Game Despite being named to the NHL’s 2019 All-Star game, the Montreal Canadiens and their medical group have agreed that the best decision for Price would be to miss the game and rest to prepare for t...
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Subban Has Nothing Left to Prove vs. Canadiens

You get the sense nothing Nashville Predators defenseman P.K. Subban can do will ever be good enough in the eyes of a select group of Montreal Canadiens fans. Subban Returns to Montreal As his return to town looms, the Subban trade, which will likely hang over the city for a long while still, temporarily drops to the forefront. And justifiably so. While Shea Weber impressively keeps his game at an elite level at age 33, Subban continues to be one of the best defenseman in the league at age 29,...
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Maple Leafs’ News & Notes: Andersen, Rumours & Pettersson Out

Although Frederik Andersen, nursing a groin injury, finally took part in a Toronto Maple Leafs’ practice, he won’t start in Saturday’s game against the Vancouver Canucks. Andersen did say hopefully, “It’s getting close.” He also noted that he has made good progress over the past few days and was obviously ready to practice. He was “feeling positive.” Also positive, but in a different way, head coach Mike Babcock was positive that “Ontario Guy” Michael Hutchinson would start his second-stra...
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NHL News & Notes: Price, Eichel & More

In today’s News & Notes, Carey Price is set to return to action, Jack Eichel is out for at least two games and Jason Garrison has cleared waivers. Related: NHL News & Notes: Canucks Trade, Ovechkin & More Price Returns to Canadiens’ Crease After missing the Montreal Canadiens past three games with a lower-body injury, Price is set to return to action for the Habs in their Thursday night tilt against the Vancouver Canucks. This is good news for a Canadiens team that relies heavily on Price. Mo...
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Petry Gets Snubbed Twice by NHL All-Star Game

In what has been an especially successful Montreal Canadiens season up to now, the Habs are relatively rife with All-Star Game-caliber players. Despite being named the lone representative of the team at the actual event on the weekend of Jan. 26, goaltender Carey Price is not one of them, though. Defenseman Jeff Petry has gotten shafted as a result. Petry vs. Price It of course used to be that Price would be a near-default pick. Price’s past accolades allow the all-star goalie to get in on rep...
Tags: Usa, Sport, Atlantic, Hockey, NHL, Montreal Canadiens, Canadiens, Weber, NHL All Star Game, Atlantic Division, Andy Marlin, Brendan Gallagher, Carey, Habs, Roberto Luongo, Mikko Rantanen


Chile: Law No. 21,121: Amends Rules Relating To Corruption And Other Crimes, Incorporates New Criminal Conducts, And Expands Criminal Liability Of Legal Entities - Carey

Law No. 21,121 (the "Law"), which came into force on November 20, 2018, amends the Criminal Code, Law No. 20,393 on Criminal Liability of Legal Entities
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Onward!

Your weekly Dose of Spurgeon The  Pyro Maniacs   devote some space each weekend  to highlights from the lifetime of works from the Prince of Preachers,  Charles Haddon Spurgeon.  The following excerpt is from the metropolitan Tabernacle Pulpit, volume 19, sermon number 1,114, "Onward!" "Never mind though you have run so far, you must let the space which lies between you and the goal engross all your thoughts and command all your powers."Some people seem to have very good memories as to...
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Canadiens’ Playoff Hopes Hinge on Price Injury

The Montreal Canadiens have proven they are a playoff-caliber team. Whether or not they still are without goalie Carey Price remains to be seen, though. Carey Price – (Andy Marlin-USA TODAY Sports) Canadiens Without Price With a New Year’s Eve contest at the Dallas Stars remaining, the Canadiens have assured themselves of at least a .500 record on their longest road of the trip of the season, following impressive games against the Florida Panthers and Tampa Bay Lightning. While at face value...
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Lightning Beat Habs on Erne’s Late Tally

TAMPA, Fla. — Adam Erne scored twice in the third period, including the go-ahead goal with 1:02 left, and the NHL-leading Tampa Bay Lightning extended their point streak to 14 games with a 6-5 victory Saturday night over the Montreal Canadiens. After tying it 5-all at 9:36 of the third, Erne got the winner from the right circle. Tampa Bay Lightning left wing Adam Erne celebrates (AP Photo/Chris O’Meara) Nikita Kucherov extended his point streak to 10 games (six goals, 15 assists) with a goal a...
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Montreal Canadiens goaltender Carey Price out with lower-body injury

The Montreal Canadiens will be without goaltender Carey Price for their upcoming three-game road trip. The Canadiens announced Thursday that Price will not travel with the team to Florida because of a lower-body injury. The Canadiens play the Panthers on Friday night in Sunrise, Fla., then face the NHL-leading Tampa Bay Lightning on Saturday.
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Coyotes Weekly: Finishing Strong Before the Holidays

Before we get started, we at The Hockey Writers hope you and your family are enjoying the happiest of holidays. With that said, the NHL’s holiday break is now over, and it’s time to get back to what we do best: hockey. The Arizona Coyotes may have saved their season last week with two huge victories on a weekend back-to-back which closed out their pre-Christmas slate of games, as they find themselves only five points out of a playoff spot, as of this writing. Let’s dive right into our look back ...
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Canadiens goalie Carey Price out with lower-body injury

MONTREAL (AP) — Montreal goalie Carey Price will miss the Canadiens’ three-game trip because of a lower-body injury. The Canadiens said Thursday that Price will not travel to Florida. The Canadiens play the Panthers on Friday night, are at NHL-leading Tampa Bay on Saturday night, and at Dallas on Monday night. Price is 15-10-4 with […]
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Canadiens goaltender Carey Price out with lower-body injury

MONTREAL (AP) — The Montreal Canadiens will be without goaltender Carey Price for their upcoming three-game road trip. The Canadiens said Thursday he will not travel with the team to Florida because of a lower-body injury. The Canadiens play the Panthers on Friday night, then face the NHL-leading Tampa Bay Lightning on Saturday. Montreal finishes […]
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