Month: May 2022

Santa Anita To Host Its Second ‘Folds Of Honor’ Poker Tourney May 29

Santa Anita To Host Its Second ‘Folds Of Honor’ Poker Tourney May 29

ARCADIA, Calif.— In an effort to support the families of fallen or disabled American military veterans, Santa Anita Park will play host to a charity poker tournament to benefit the world-renowned “Folds of Honor” Foundation this Sunday following the races at 5 :45 pm Folds of Honor helps to bridge a financial gap facing more …

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OC School Board Votes No to Rehiring Girls Basketball Coach

OC School Board Votes No to Rehiring Girls Basketball Coach

The controversy over the coach’s contract divided the high school community. By MADDY VITAL The Ocean City Board of Education responded to allegations that high school girls basketball coach Michael Cappelletti mistreated his players by voting against his contract renewal. Over several months, parents and some players attended Board of Education meetings asking that Cappelletti …

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Dehati Disco is a cute, old-fashioned movie with a point

Dehati Disco is a cute, old-fashioned movie with a point

Ganesh Acharya and Saksham Sharma at Dehati Disco. Photo: Universal Communications The only aspect that is contemporary about this film, other than the production values, is its succinct length. otherwise, Dehati Disco (Rural Disco) is an old-fashioned (read 1960s to 1970s) movie that yet does not bore. In fact, overall, it is rather cute, even …

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The Ultimate BC Staycation Guide: A Victoria Hotel for Every Type of Design Lover

The Ultimate BC Staycation Guide: A Victoria Hotel for Every Type of Design Lover

A stay for the classicist, the modernist and the mid-centuryist. † May 26, 2022 Everybody knows about Victoria’s historic side—and, if you ever forget, the flanking classical beacons of the Empress and the Legislature (both the handiwork of Samuel Maclure) are always there to remind you. But with a little exploring, the creative visitor can …

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Barke’s GW hits propels BEA in Section 2AA baseball clash |  News, Sports, Jobs

Barke’s GW hits propels BEA in Section 2AA baseball clash | News, Sports, Jobs

STRETCH PLAY — Blue Earth Area first baseman Nick Barke (left) stretches out to catch a high throw to record the out on leaping Medford batter Jack Paulson (1) during Section 2AA playoff baseball action Thursday in Blue Earth. (Photo by Greg Abel) BLUE EARTH — Nick Barke’s bases-loaded, two-out single in the bottom of …

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Brickyard Ride looks for 5th straight win at Santa Anita Sunday

Photo: Benoit / Santa Anita The brilliantly fast Brickyard Ride seeks his fifth consecutive stakes victory as he leads a field of six older horses going seven furlongs in Sunday’s Grade 2, $200,000 Triple Bend Stakes at Santa Anita. Trained by Craig Lewis and owned by Alfred Pais, Brickyard Ride, a 5-year-old California-bred horse by …

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Annual Rocket Day launches lesson in cooperation | News, Sports, Jobs

Times Observer photo by Brian Ferry Beaty-Warren Middle School eighth-graders (from left) Grace Carlson and Rocco Siliano launch their rocket Thursday into the sky above Beaty Field during Rocket Day. More than 150 eighth graders at Beaty-Warren Middle School worked with Newton’s Laws of Motion on Thursday. It was Rocket Day — an event celebrated …

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