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The Colorado Avalanche Are Growing Up

The Colorado Avalanche came up big in the first round of the Stanley Cup playoffs. They defeated the top-ranked team in the Western Conference – the Calgary Flames – in dominating fashion. By winning the showdown between fire and ice in five games, the Avalanche advanced to the second round for the first time in over a decade. Colorado Avalanche Nathan MacKinnon scores on Calgary Flames Mike Smith (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jeff McIntosh) The Avalanche’s four straight wins showcased the te...
Tags: Colorado Avalanche, Long Read, 2019 NHL Playoffs, Jared Bednar, Matt Duchene, Nathan MacKinnon


Jason Roy, Ollie Pope, Rikki Clarke injuries take gloss off Surrey win over Essex

Roy suffers back spasms but returns late in innings, Plunkett bags four wickets
Tags: Sport, Cricket, Roy, Surrey, Essex, Plunkett, Jason Roy Ollie Pope Rikki Clarke


Pianist Roy Eaton will be playing at Bryant Park, NYC for week of September 23

  Roy Eaton Cleonis Golding writes of her cousin, pianist Roy Eaton: His wife reminded us, and all who enjoy his yearly free BRYANT PARK PIANO CONCERT SERIES as much as we do, that Roy will be playing at BRYANT PARK, NYC for the week beginning September 23rd, 2019!!    [Author: William J. Zick]
Tags: Religion, Roy, Bryant, William J Zick, Roy Eaton, Bryant Park NYC, Roy Eaton Cleonis Golding


Coronation Street fans worried for Carla as backstage snap teases Roy and Wayne drama

Coronation Street fans have been treated to a backstage snap, but viewers fear Carla Connor is still missing [Author: Charlotte Tutton]
Tags: TV News, Roy, Wayne, Carla, Carla Connor, Charlotte Tutton


IBM is preparing to close its $34 billion acquisition of Red Hat but Wall Street has 'real question marks' after its 'mediocre' quarter (IBM, RHT)

IBM missed Wall Street's revenue expectations when it announced earnings on Tuesday, but analysts are paying close attention to its upcoming acquisition of Red Hat, which will close later this year. IBM saw declines in its cloud and cognitive software unit, and analysts say this is a sign that IBM is struggling to compete in artificial intelligence, one of IBM's flagship offerings, against other cloud vendors. IBM has been betting Red Hat to improve its hybrid cloud, but analysts say Red Hat a...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Microsoft, Trends, Ubs, Ibm, Roy, Amazon Web Services, Red Hat, Forrester, It Services, Wolf, Bartels, Anwar, Maribel Lopez, Marty Wolf


Book Review: An American Marriage

“Everyone who reads novels has read An American Marriage,” she told me. I guess I’m behind, I thought. So I downloaded the book on my Kindle, and got hooked. When I finished the book a couple weeks later, I stared off into the distance for about a full minute. Which I guess in the sign that something really sunk in. It’s a wonderful story, compellingly told from different viewpoints. The primary theme is marriage and its discontents (and contents). Other themes include criminal justice and wrong...
Tags: Books, Sales, Roy


7 Plus-Size Friendly Workwear Brands You Should Be Shopping

Working 9-to-5 (or in today's landscape, 8-to-7), comes with enough challenges. Finding work-appropriate clothes that fit — and fit well — shouldn't be one of them. When you're downing a coffee and racing through your commute to make a morning meeting, peeking down to notice your boobs have caused your ill-fitting shirt's buttons to pop open (again) should be a thing of the past. Luckily, the seven retailers ahead specialize in workwear collections meant to help curvy and plus-size women get th...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Roy, Mercer, Eloquii, Rachel Roy, Rachel Rachel Roy, Jason Wu, Priscilla Ono, Mango Cotton Shirt Dress, Windowpane Work Dress, Eloquii Rachel Roy Collection Rocawear, Rachel Roy Rebecca Dress, Rachel Roy CoEdition CoEdition, CoEdition Prologue Target, Mercer Violeta


Suspected LA Church Arsonist Thought To Be Motivated By ‘Black Metal Music’

Louisiana Fire Marshall Butch Browning (pictured above) said Thursday at a press conference that the suspected arsonist, Holden Matthews, behind a series of recent church fires is believed to have been motivated by “black metal music,” which has a “history of church burnings.” “We are still vetting several motives, however we do have information investigators uncovered and that Matthews had offered, connecting him to black metal music,” Browning said. “It has an association in history with ch...
Tags: News, Arson, Roy, Louisiana, Churches, Browning, Matthews, St Landry Parish, Bobby Guidroz, Kate Riga, Guidroz, Butch Browning, Holden Matthews, Roy Matthews, LA Church, ` Black Metal Music


How to Earn Respect from Employees

By Roy Maclaughlin It is no big news that respect at a workplace is crucially important for successful business management. If the entire team of the company can be compared to an engine working to drive success, then respect is oil that keeps the engine running smoothly. In fact, when there is no oil or when it gets low, the parts of the engine will start rub against each other. From there it is only a matter of minutes until the engine will destroy itself (most likely in a very spectacular fas...
Tags: Business, Management, Employees, Roy, Right Now, Georgetown University, Aflac, Yoh, McDonough School of Business, Roy Maclaughlin, Prime Resume Roy Maclaughlin


Brutal season means Kings have plenty of work ahead

Seventy-one points. That’s all the Kings could muster in this just-concluded season, and that figures to weigh heavily on the minds of all in the organization during the offseason. Other than the strike-shortened 2012-13 season, the points are the fewest the Kings have had since getting 71 in 2007-08. Moreover, they missed the playoffs for the third time in five seasons. For a team that won Stanley Cup championships in 2012 and 2014, to say that’s unacceptable to the franchise is putting it mild...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Kings, Roy, NHL, Clifford, Dustin Brown, Los-angeles-kings, Edmonton Oilers, Islanders, Brown, Campbell, Blake, Wagner, Anze Kopitar


75 Best Travel Quotes To Inspire Your Wanderlust (Ultimate List)

Best Inspirational Travel Quotes Of All Time Inspirational Travel Quotes Are these the best travel quotes of all time? Feed your wanderlust with these inspirational travel quotes from famous travelers along with beautiful images you can share. Let the adventure begin! I’m slightly embarrassed to say that I love inspirational travel quotes. These memorable travel quotes accompanied by stunning photography have the ability to capture little moments of clarity that highlight truths about trave...
Tags: Ray Bradbury, Afghanistan, United States, Travel Quotes, Travel Inspiration, Tim Cahill, Roy, Banksy, Mark Twain, Iceland, Nicaragua, Road, Jack Kerouac, Frost, Travel Tips, Antoine


Kings Beat Golden Knights – Kovalchuk Scores Twice

LOS ANGELES — Ilya Kovalchuk had two goals, Dustin Brown had two assists and the last-place Los Angeles Kings closed the season with a 5-2 victory over the playoff-bound Vegas Golden Knights on Saturday night. Anze Kopitar had a goal and an assist for Los Angeles while Jeff Carter and Matt Roy also had goals. Jonathan Quick made 29 saves. Los Angeles Kings goalie Jonathan Quick stops a shot by Vegas Golden Knights forward Pierre-Edouard Bellemare (AP Photo/Ringo H.W. Chiu) The Kin...
Tags: Los Angeles, Sport, Kings, San Jose, Roy, Hockey, NHL, Dustin Brown, Los Angeles Kings, Carter, Pacific Division, Anaheim, Anze Kopitar, Fleury, Kopitar, Jonathan Quick


Long Beach’s Scott Dickson falls in Congressional Cup finals to Great Britain’s Ian Williams

Ian Williams take a victory lap next to the Belmont Pier after winning the Long Beach Yacht Club Congrssional Cup Sunday, April 7, 2019. (Photo by Tracey Roman, Contributing Photographer) It’s a champagne celebration for the crew of Ian Williams boat after winning the Long Beach Yacht Club Congressional Cup Sunday, April 7, 2019. (Photo by Tracey Roman, Contributing Photographer) Sound The gallery will resume in seconds Scott Dickson waves to the crowd on the pier in his victo...
Tags: News, Sweden, Sports, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Williams, New Zealand, Long Beach, Roy, Sailing, North America, Local News, Great Britain, Valley, Congressional


We Are Too Weak to Stop Israel

For Palestinians, it doesn’t matter who wins the election there next week.
Tags: Elections, News, Israel, West Bank, International criminal court, Airbnb, Roy, Gaza Strip, Palestinians, Netanyahu, Benny, Benjamin, Golan Heights, Arundhati, Gantz, Politics And Government


Ben Foakes backed to win back his England spot ahead of Ashes series

Ben Foakes is willing to consider all options to reclaim the England place he lost during an eventful winter as the Ashes loom on the horizon.Foakes was on holiday when he was called up to deputise for the injured Jonny Bairstow for last year's Sri Lanka tour and he celebrated his long-awaited debut by finishing up as the player of the series.The 26-year-old was subsequently jettisoned for the final Test against the West Indies, however, as England reverted to Bairstow at wicketkeeper and d...
Tags: England, News, Roy, Surrey, Sri Lanka, West Indies, Jonny Bairstow, Bairstow, Lions, Don, Stewart, Ben, Press Association Sport, Ben Foakes, Foakes, Ed Smith


Owner of 23rd horse to die at Santa Anita still believes track is safe

The highs and lows of horse racing were on full display this past weekend when Brian Trump, racing manager for Rockingham Ranch, saw one of his horses win a major stakes race, only to be greeted by news the next day that another of his horses had died. Trump had just stepped off a plane Sunday at LAX after returning home from witnessing X Y Jet’s victory in the $2 million Dubai Golden Shaheen when he heard the horrifying news about Arms Runner, who became the 23rd fatality of Santa Anita’s winte...
Tags: Florida, News, California, Sports, California News, Sport, Soccer, Roy, Horse racing, Hall of Fame, Trump, Lax, Stronach Group, Los Alamitos, TSG, Victor Espinoza


P.E.I.'s Roy Paynter receives honour after 'life changing' Special Olympics World Games

After cleaning up at the Special Olympics World Games in the United Arab Emirates last month, Roy Paynter was honoured for his accomplishments by MP Wayne Easter Monday afternoon in the House of Commons. "Roy, you are a role model and you have made your country, your province and your community proud," said Easter. Paynter, 21, came home with four medals — two golds, a silver and a bronze.
Tags: News, House Of Commons, United Arab Emirates, Roy, Paynter, Roy Paynter, Wayne Easter


Jason Roy hoping for Test chance as Alec Stewart backs his case

Roy is likely to be a key performer in England's attempts to win the World Cup but he is aiming to be involved in the Ashes, too
Tags: England, Sport, Cricket, Roy, Jason Roy, Alec Stewart


Jason Roy backed for England Test opener spot

Surrey director of cricket Alec Stewart is convinced Jason Roy can make a successful transition from one-day to Test opener for England.Roy is in contention to be promoted to the top of the order to partner county team-mate Rory Burns for this year's Ashes series against Australia with Keaton Jennings' place under threat.The 28-year-old has been a star of England's one-day team and could make his Test debut against Ireland in July in an audition for the summer's main event."J...
Tags: England, News, Australia, Ireland, Roy, Surrey, Essex, Alastair Cook, Stuart Broad, Jason, Jason Roy, Rory Burns, Liam Plunkett, Morgan, Stewart, Notts


7 smart buys that protect your eyes from harmful blue light — from computer glasses to screen protectors

Insider Picks   writes about products and services to help you navigate when shopping online. Insider Inc. receives a commission from our affiliate partners when you buy through our links, but our reporting and recommendations are always independent and objective. Blue light is just one wavelength that makes up white light. Blue light is emitted naturally by the sun and artificially by electronic devices we use every day like computers and smartphones. Our eyes aren't naturally built for prolo...
Tags: Amazon, Trends, Roy, ZAGG, Lighting Science, Insider Inc, Mara Leighton, Anti Eyestrain Lens


Siegfried and Roy trainer alleges cover-up

Siegfried & Roy's animal trainer opened up about what really happened before the tiger attack in 2003 that ended the careers of the dynamic showmen.            [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Usa, News, Roy, Usa Today, Siegfried, Siegfried Roy


10 Best Horror Movie Jump Scares

10 Best Horror Movie Jump Scares For the past 50 years, horror movies have featured a trope that, when done well, provides a rush of adrenaline in an already tense film. We’re talking about the ‘jump scare,’ and there are thousands to choose from. Almost every horror movie features at least some type of jump scare. Whether it’s actually scary or is just the “quirky best friend standing behind you,’ jump scares are usually a good indicator of who is a veteran or a rookie in the world of horror...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Superman, It, Article, Roy, Bill, Bathsheba, Jason, Alice, Jaws, It Follows, Josh, Heather, Freddy, Carrie


Siegfried & Roy tiger handler says the real cause of 2003 mauling was covered up

In 2003, a tiger mauled Roy Horn during Siegfried & Roy's show. Tiger Handler Chris Lawrence says the attack didn't happen for the reasons you think.            [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Usa, News, Roy, Usa Today, Siegfried, Siegfried Roy, Chris Lawrence, Roy Horn


Ronnie, Meredith and Dorothy

In The Wall Street Journal this week, I interviewed Ronnie Spector of the Ronettes for my "House Call" column in the Mansion section (go here). We talked about life in the suburbs of Connecticut, the wild animal that caused her to move from a house to a condo and the reason she started to cry during our touching interview. [Photo above courtesy of Ronnie Spector] Here's Ronnie and sister Estelle, left, and cousin Nedra, in November 1965 in the jukebox film The Big T.N.T. Show, singing their ...
Tags: Japan, New York, Boston, America, Britain, Mtv, Connecticut, Brian Wilson, James Bond, Jazz, Roy, Mansion, Meredith, Dorothy, Wall Street Journal, Jackie


Irene Kral: Steveireneo!, 1959

Irene Kral recorded quite a few good albums but four great ones. My favorites by the singer and sister of Roy Kral (of Jackie and Roy fame) include her very first tracks on Maynard Ferguson's Boy With Lots of Brass (1957), on which she sang Imagination, The Song Is You, I Hadn't Anyone But You and Moonlight in Vermont. She would marry Ferguson trumpeter Joe Burnett a year later. I also love the two albums she recorded with extraordinary pianist Alan Broadbent—Where Is Love? (1974) and Gentle Ra...
Tags: New York, Jazz, Ferguson, Roy, Nye, Jackie, Vermont, Steve, Melissa, Allen, Riverside, Jodi, Steve Allen, Alan Shulman, Joe Newman, Kral


Sharpen Photos with Artificial Intelligence – Topaz Sharpen AI

There are many ways to sharpen photos, like in Photoshop, Lightroom or many other apps available. But Topaz Labs, who is on an AI kick lately, created Sharpen AI, software that uses artificial intelligence to sharpen photos. Subscribe Transcription was done by Temi.com which means it’s an AI generated transcript. The transcript may contain spelling, grammar , and other errors, and is not a substitute for watching the video. Today, I want to show you one more piece of software that To...
Tags: Google, Photography, ISO, Photographers, Roy, Nikon, Topaz, Temi


Kings’ Kyle Clifford feels the power for first time in his career

Kyle Clifford has never spent much time on the power-play unit during his nine seasons with the Kings. Still, it was somewhat astonishing to hear that when Clifford scored a power-play goal during the Kings’ 4-3 shootout victory over the rival Ducks on Saturday night at Staples Center, it was his first career power-play point, in his 599th game. The most minutes Clifford has spent on the power-play unit in a given season is 16.4, and that came in his second season in 2011-12. Moreover, in nine s...
Tags: Uncategorized, Sports, Sport, Soccer, Kings, Roy, NHL, Sharks, Ducks, Staples Center, Calgary, Clifford, Dustin Brown, Los-angeles-kings, Ontario, Ryan Miller


Kings’ Adrian Kempe: Swedish players love their long hair

LOS ANGELES – Kings forward Adrian Kempe didn’t make the cut, but best hair in the league was among the things recently voted on by the NHL Players’ Association. Three of the top five were from Kempe’s native Sweden. He smiled when discussing the subject. “There’s always Swedish guys that like to grow their hair,” said Kempe, who has medium-long blonde hair. “Especially on San Jose; they have a couple of guys. So, yeah, I don’t know if that’s a thing. “But I feel like more Europeans have longer ...
Tags: Sweden, Russia, Sports, Toronto, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Kings, San Jose, Roy, NHL, Sharks, Ducks, Staples Center, New York Rangers, Dustin Brown


Health industry lobbyists are posing as "ordinary citizens who don't want Medicare for All"

Here are some "ordinary citizens" who have recently been featured in the press as people who are completely OK with the state of American healthcare and totally opposed to Medicare for All or any other project to reform America's worst-in-the-world health care system: "Mustafa Tameez, businessman, Texas" (Tameez is managing director at Texas-based Outreach Strategists, a public affairs and lobbying firm that reps Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas, University of Texas Physicians, and St. Luke’s Ho...
Tags: Health, Post, Corruption, Florida, Texas, News, America, Iowa, Jeb Bush, Medicare, Roy, Dc, Astroturf, Republican, ACA, St Luke


Kings’ Jeff Carter ‘proud’ to reach 700-point plateau

LOS ANGELES — Milestones are among the few things the Kings have been able to celebrate this season. To name a few, Anze Kopitar scored his 300th career goal on Jan. 5 against Edmonton; Ilya Kovalchuk recorded his 400th assist on Oct. 7 against Detroit; Dustin Brown played in his 1,100th NHL regular-season game on March 2 against Chicago and is now at 1,106 (before Monday) – just five away from tying Dave Taylor for No. 1 on the Kings’ all-time list. Another was reached Saturday when Jeff Carter...
Tags: Florida, Sports, Los Angeles, Sport, Chicago, Soccer, Kings, San Jose, Philadelphia, Roy, AHL, NHL, Detroit, Ducks, Calgary, Edmonton