Permian ChoirTexas Music Educators AssociationThe Permian High School Kantorei Choir has scheduled a preview concert for its performance at the Texas Music Educators Association annual clinic and convention in San Antonio.The concert is set for 7:30 p.m. Monday (Feb. 5) at the Wagner Noel Performing Arts Center, 1310 N. Farm to Market Road 1788.The TMEA gathering is Feb. 14 through Feb. 17. The choir will perform Feb. 15 at the Ballroom of the Grand Hyatt Hotel.The trip is an expensive one for the entire choir — in the neighborhood of $65,000 — and while the school district will help with some of the cost, the students are holding a preview concert as a fundraiser and tune-up, a news release said.Tickets are on sale through the Wagner Noel. WhatsApp Local News Facebook WhatsApp By admin – February 3, 2018 Pinterest Permian Choir Twitter Kantorei concert slated Facebook Pinterest Twitter Previous articleTEXAS VIEW: Wealth-based bail system needs to changeNext articleECISD not considering closing due to flu admin
February 6, 2020 Utah Valley looks for home win vs Seattle Associated Press BIG MEN ON CAMPUS: Utah Valley’s Isaiah White has averaged 12.4 points and 8.1 rebounds while TJ Washington has put up 13.4 points. For the Redhawks, Terrell Brown has averaged 19.7 points, 6.2 rebounds and 4.8 assists while Morgan Means has put up 11.7 points and 5.3 rebounds.RAMPING IT UP: The Redhawks have scored 69.5 points per game against conference opponents thus far, an improvement from the 65.3 per game they managed against non-conference competition.OFFENSIVE THREAT: Brown has been directly responsible for 52 percent of all Seattle field goals over the last five games. The senior guard has 38 field goals and 26 assists in those games.SCORING THRESHOLDS: Utah Valley is 0-9 when its offense scores 65 points or fewer. Seattle is a perfect 7-0 when it holds opponents to 64 or fewer points.PERFECT WHEN: Seattle is a perfect 6-0 when the team makes nine or more 3-pointers. The Redhawks are 5-12 when the team hits fewer than nine threes. Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditSeattle (11-12, 4-4) vs. Utah Valley (9-14, 3-5)UCCU Events Center, Orem, Utah; Saturday, 4 p.m. ESTBOTTOM LINE: Utah Valley looks for its fourth straight win over Seattle at UCCU Events Center. The last victory for the Redhawks at Utah Valley was a 73-62 win on Jan. 28, 2016. DID YOU KNOW: The Seattle offense has recorded a turnover on only 14.8 percent of its possessions, which is the third-lowest rate in the nation. The Utah Valley defense has forced opposing teams to turn the ball over on just 17.8 percent of all possessions (ranked 283rd among Division I teams).___For more AP college basketball coverage: https://apnews.com/Collegebasketball and http://twitter.com/AP_Top25___This was generated by Automated Insights, http://www.automatedinsights.com/ap, using data from STATS LLC, https://www.stats.com
QPR have ended talks with Alex after they were unable to reach an agreement with the transfer-listed Chelsea defender.Rangers always faced a major task trying to persuade Alex to join them, and he is now tipped to be reunited with former Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti at French club Paris St-Germain.Recently-appointed QPR boss Mark Hughes is keen to sign at least one centre-back before the transfer window closes.Nedum Onuoha has been the club’s number one target for some time and talks with the Manchester City man are ongoing.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest By Todd NeeleyDTN Staff ReporterOMAHA (DTN) — EPA decided in July not to ban the insecticide chlorpyrifos, and now, environmental groups have petitioned the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in Seattle to review that decision.In July, EPA said it will expedite what is an ongoing review of chlorpyrifos in response to public concerns raised. The agency has until 2022 to complete its review.Groups filing the petition include the League of United Latin American Citizens; Pesticide Action Network North America; Natural Resources Defense Council; California Rural Legal Assistance Foundation; Farmworker Association of Florida; Farmworker Justice; Labor Council for Latin American Advancement; Learning Disabilities Association of America; National Hispanic Medical Association Pineros y Campesinos Unidos del Noroeste; and United Farm Workers.“EPA has repeatedly found chlorpyrifos unsafe, especially to children, yet time and time again it refuses to protect kids,” said Patti Goldman, the Earthjustice managing attorney leading the case. “But Earthjustice and our clients won’t stand for this. The science and the law call for a chlorpyrifos ban. We are hopeful the courts will do the same for the sake of children and farmworkers.”The EPA had until July 18 to address objections to its 2007 decision rejecting a petition asking for a ban. The deadline was set as part of a court order issued on April 19, 2019, by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in San Francisco.Chlorpyrifos is the main ingredient in Corteva Agriscience’s Lorsban insecticide, which targets soybean aphids, spider mites and corn rootworm.The EPA has consistently maintained available science supports the human safety of chlorpyrifos, while environmental groups continue to say it is unsafe for humans.An EPA spokesperson told DTN in July that the agency may at some point place new restrictions on chlorpyrifos.The legal pursuit aimed at chlorpyrifos began in 2007 when the Pesticide Action Network North America and the Natural Resources Defense Council petitioned EPA to cancel the insecticide’s registrations.The EPA denied the petition and said at the time that farmers need chlorpyrifos, and the agency uses “sound science” when making decisions.The agency’s rejection of the 2007 petition was a surprising reversal from the stance of the EPA under the Obama administration, which had indicated as recently as fall 2016 that it was prepared to issue a full ban on the pesticide.Todd Neeley can be reached at [email protected] him on Twitter @toddneeleyDTN(BAS/CZ)© Copyright 2019 DTN/The Progressive Farmer. All rights reserved.
Tags:#Google#web Back on April 1, Google introduced 3D viewing to its online book reader, Google Books, but the feature was short-lived. In fact, it was down the next day. As was obvious at the time, Google was having some April Fool’s Day fun with the Web, rolling out 3D in Street View at the same time. Today, 9 months from the next April Fool’s Day, with an announcement that can filed in the “Huh?” category, Google has reintroduced 3D viewing in Google Books. “On April 1st we launched a 3D viewing mode on Google Books. We took the feature down on April 2nd in order to focus our efforts on a 4D version,” Google said jokingly today in a blog post. “That effort failed miserably, but I’m happy to announce that we’ve gone back and enabled the 3D version of Google Books for your viewing pleasure via a special URL parameter. To see any book in 3D, just add &edge=3d to the book’s URL (Note: be sure to add this parameter before the # in the URL).” A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Related Posts Back on April Fool’s Day, 3D viewing was accessed from a button within the Google Books app, and now the feature has returned as a URL hack Easter egg. It’s pretty clear Google doesn’t really expect people to read text in 3D – reading is tough enough on the eyes already – but they obviously think it’s fun to leave it in. When viewing in 3D, the text becomes an anaglyphic image and is bent to give the appearance of a rounded book page. Any pair of red-cyan 3D glasses should work, Google says.While Google is clearly having some fun here, does this bring up a larger question about 3D? Are books a viable market for 3D technology? This writer respectfully disagrees with anyone that says they are, at least until 3D technology improves. Then again, I’m more inclined to listen to an audiobook these days than read a physical book, so perhaps a little glitz and sparkle is what the printed (or digital) page needs. Follow this link to see an example of 3D viewing in Google Books, and leave us your thoughts on 3D reading in the comments. And if someone has 3D glasses on them, let us know what you think of the Google Books 3D experience. 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market chris cameron Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting
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In Delhi’s Feroze Shah Kotla stadium that hosted the India vs Netherlands match on March 9, prying reporters kept an eye on the box from where an Internet radio broadcast a commentary. The commentary was not important. There was buzz that Sunil Gavaskar and Kapil Dev would share space in the glasshouse. The two former Indian skippers are not best friends though both try hard to underplay their days of differences. The much-awaited commentary eventually did not happen because Gavaskar was stuck elsewhere. BJP leader and top DDCA member, Arun Jaitley, shared space with Kapil Dev.Channel 2 Group’s internet radio platform for cricket, www.cricketfreeq.com, was launched by Kapil Dev in Mumbai recently. With Kapil Dev, Gavaskar and West Indies veteran Clive Lloyd as commentators and prizes worth over $1 million, the channel is making news among cricket-crazy NRIs. The magic is already working. For the India vs England match, 45,000 users visited the site. The number of visitors more than doubled during the India vs South Africa match. “By the end of the World Cup, we hope to have three lakh users, of which 60 per cent will be from India,” says Ajay Sethi who heads the Dubai-based Channel 2. He is being realistic about his Rs 135 crore investment and confident that it will help him to emerge as the world’s largest sports Internet radio player by 2015.Sethi does not want to rest here. He has acquired broadcast rights for events such as the English Premier League and Dutch League (Football), Rugby World Cup, Wimbledon, Australian Open and US Open (Tennis) and major pro Golf tours such as US PGA, The Masters, and Ryders.advertisement
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Vernon Adams HitOregon is playing Eastern Washington in its season opener tonight. EWU, of course, is the former program of Oregon’s new starting quarterback, graduate transfer Vernon Adams. Eastern Washington linebacker John Kreifels was just ejected from the game for targeting Adams with a cheap shot hit. We can’t definitively say it was intentional, but it was definitely pretty vicious. Oregon QB Vernon Adams takes a late hit and came up wobbly. Went to locker room. Player who hit him was ejected. pic.twitter.com/h2qPFxDcTr— Jordan Heck (@JordanHeckFF) September 6, 2015EWU’s John Kreifels ejected for a hit on Vernon Adams in a slide. VA’s getting checked out by trainers as the boos rain down on Kreifels.— John Blanchette (@JPBlanchette) September 6, 2015Clearly Kreifels isn’t a popular player right now among Oregon fans. Hopefully Adams is okay.
St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital will celebrate its 12th annual FedEx/St. Jude Angels and Stars Gala, co-founded by Daisy Fuentes, at the JW Marriott Marquis Miami at 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, May 17, to support children fighting cancer and other deadly diseases.FedEx/St. Jude Angels and Stars Gala Co-Founder Daisy Fuentes Cuban-American author, entrepreneur, television personality and Miami-based Chef Adrianne Calvo will be recognized for her commitment to giving back to others by visiting St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital to spread cheer that exemplifies the spirit of giving thanks for so many during the holiday season. For the past five years, Chef Calvo has prepared a traditional Cuban meal for patient families to bring the comforts of her home to them.Calvo will join approximately 600 guests for an evening of celebration that includes a cocktail hour, fine dining, silent auction and live performances by GRAMMY Award winning artist Willy Chirino and singer/songwriter Jencarlos Canela.“St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital touches my heart because its doctors and scientists are not afraid to take on the global fight against childhood cancer and freely share their knowledge to help others save lives,” said Calvo. “I’ve enjoyed meeting many patient families from around the world at St. Jude by sharing some Latin home cooking at the hospital that I hope brings them some comforts of home while they fight against cancer.”Among the noted celebrity award presenters will be television and radio personalities Ana Maria Canseco, Raul Gonzalez, Alberto Sardiñas, Pamela Silva Conde, Jon Secada, Charytin Goyco, and more.“The FedEx/St. Jude Angels and Stars Gala brings together a diverse group of supporters in South Florida that are united for one purpose – to help save children fighting cancer and other deadly diseases,” said Richard C. Shadyac Jr., CEO of ALSAC/St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. “We are so thankful to the community and to the Latino artists’ who lend their support for this event, helping St. Jude to save the lives of thousands of children around the world.”For more information about tickets, sponsorships and auction items, visit stjude.org/miamigala or contact Carolina Masri at (800) 278-3383 or [email protected]