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SiriusXM Jam ON Announces Official Live Stream From LOCKN’ Festival

first_imgWith the famed LOCKN’ Festival kicking off tomorrow, August 25th, fans everywhere have been eagerly hoping for a live stream to catch some music from their favorite bands. Considering the lineup is stacked up with titans like Phish, Ween, My Morning Jacket, Phil Lesh & Friends, Tedeschi Trucks Band and so many more, there’s no shortage of demand for a webcast.Fortunately, SiriusXM is the first to announce a live broadcast from the event, as their station Jam ON will be running a live stream from Friday at 12 PM Eastern until the end of the festival. While the schedule has not yet been finalized, it’s a safe bet that almost all of the participating main stage bands will be live streamed, as those sets do not overlap.Meanwhile, to get you in the mood, SiriusXM Jam ON has shared footage of an unreleased Trey Anastasio Band concert from LOCKN’ 2013. Watch below!You can find out more information about the SiriusXM Jam ON stream by heading here.last_img read more

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Notre Dame alumna addresses Catholic response to gender revolution

first_imgNotre Dame alumna Mary Rice Hasson ’82 presented a lecture in Stapleton Lounge on Monday, offering what she considers to be a Catholic perspective in response to the gender revolution. Hasson is a fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center in Washington, D.C. and serves as director of the Catholic Women’s Forum.Gender ideology affects a number of aspects of society, including language, policy, business and education, Hasson said. For this reason, she said, the Catholic Church cannot ignore gender.“Gender is the ‘big word,’” she said. “Everything is changing in our culture and in our society. Just as the Pope called it a ‘global war’ on the family and said, ‘This is big,’ so too our culture says, ‘This is big.’” Photo courtesy of Christina Herrera Mary Rice Hasson, a Notre Dame alumna, presented her perspective on gender in Stapleton Lounge on Monday. As director of the Catholic Women’s Forum, Hasson aimed to share a Catholic view on the topic.Hasson said several social movements that have culminated in a new wave of gender ideology referred to as “the gender revolution,” a term that gained support when it was published on the cover of National Geographic in 2017. She said people have come to define gender not just as male or female, but also as transgender, non-binary and genderqueer, to name a few identities among many.Hasson said a gender transition consists of several consecutive steps, which include social transition, puberty blockers, cross-sex hormones and, finally, surgical transition. She said objectively determining the consequences of these steps can be difficult, however, because there is a lack of scientific research on the subject.“We’re just now seeing the long-term implications of all these treatments,” Hasson said. “All we’ve got to go on is what the experts in the field are saying, and experts have been wrong many, many times.”Instead of initiating a child’s gender transition at an early age, Hasson said people should rely on family counseling and a process called “watchful waiting,” in which the parents listen to a child’s gender dysphoria, but choose to wait before taking medical action.Hasson said transitioning through the use of cross-sex hormones can lead a child who has not undergone puberty to lose his or her fertility. Parents should not get to choose whether their child undergoes this process because the child may become infertile as a result, she said.“If I took one of my kids who’s 14 and said, ‘Sterilize him,’ they’d call Child Protective Services,” she said. “Parents don’t have that decision or right to make that decision for a child but here we have sort of the myth that a 14-year-old understands the implications of taking cross-sex hormones and losing their fertility, a decision that will affect them the rest of their lives.”Because of the lack of research and evidence on gender transitions, Hasson said it is important to look to scientific truths.“Sex refers to reproductive biology,” she said. “There are only two sexes because it is determined by reproduction. Can you really transition from male to female and female to male? The answer is no.”Hasson said the Catholic response to the gender revolution is in agreement with science.“Gender ideology is completely contradictory to Catholicism,” Hasson said. “Someone who embraces gender ideology buys into the fact that we identify ourselves.”Hasson said gender dysphoria is comparable to other situations within medicine, such as anorexia and body integrity identity disorder, when a person wishes to have a limb amputated.“There are people who feel like they are disabled and they want doctors to make them disabled,” she said. “Literally, they want doctors to cut off their arm or cut off their leg because they identify as a disabled person. They want their bodies to match. Do we want to go along with that or do we recognize, ‘Wait a minute, there’s a reality here. Our bodies have a reality?’”Gender ideology disregards the fundamental Catholic belief that human beings are created in the image and likeness of God, which is the most important reason that the Church is particularly concerned with the gender revolution, Hasson said.“God created us, male or female,” Hasson said. “That means I need to pay attention to the truth to my body.”Tags: gender identity, gender revolution, YAF, young americans for freedomlast_img read more

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New Climate Blog

first_imgFor the past two years, Georgia agricultural climatologist Pam Knox has kept Georgians up to date on the way the state’s climate impacts the state’s largest industry. Starting in April, she started providing daily updates on climate and agriculture on her new blog “On the CASE (Climate and Agriculture in the Southeast)”. The blog, which can be found at blog.extension.uga.edu/climate/, features her monthly climate reports, climate and weather news from around the country, resources for farmers coping with extreme weather and crop updates. She is also hoping to share the stories of producers around Georgia and the Southeast who are being impacted by remarkable weather or climatic conditions. Please feel free to email her notes or photos about weather and climate across the Southeast impacting your farm or garden at [email protected]last_img read more

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Joško Stella, Split-Dalmatia County Tourist Board: Judging by the interest, an enviable number of guests from the American market could visit us this year

first_img“Both the attendance and interest were excellent, and judging by the interest in the stand of the Split-Dalmatia County Tourist Board, an enviable number of guests from the American market could visit us this year.”, said the director of the Split – Dalmatia County Tourist Board, Joško Stella. The Americans stay in Split for 7 days in the middle of winter If the day is known in the morning, then Split is another great tourist year. In the heart of winter in January, Split was visited by 10.254 tourists, or 20 percent more than last year’s first month of the year, and the number of overnight stays of 27.792 in January was 14 percent higher than last year. “It’s all more than a great wind in the back, considering the fact that the Americans took seventh place in terms of the number of arrivals last year. They realized 473 thousand overnight stays, or 13 percent more than in previous periods. And that is certainly one of the relevant reasons for our already traditional presence at this extremely important fair. “said Stella. The Split-Dalmatia County Tourist Board is optimistic after an excellent presentation at the New York Times Travel Show held at the end of last month, which brought together 550 exhibitors from 170 countries. “The prize game exceeded all our expectations. The lucky winner was truly overjoyed with the win. She will receive a paid vacation, secured top accommodation, air tickets sponsored by Croatia Airlines in partnership with the Split-Dalmatia County Tourist Board and the Split Tourist Board, while accommodation will be provided by the Sunčani Hvar hotel and the Cornaro hotel in Split. The five remaining lucky ones went home each with a bottle of Kaštela’s prized wine sponsored by the Kaštela Tourist Board. Summarizing our participation, we can say with pleasure that this fair helps us to better position ourselves in the American market. “, Joško Stella told us. The delegation of the Split-Dalmatia County included representatives of Sunčani Hvar, the high-class Split hotel Cornaro Hotel, and people from the Tourist Board of the cities of Split and Kaštela. The number of American tourists visiting this county is growing year by year. According to Stella, the Split-Dalmatia County has become one of the most important destinations for Americans. As part of the presentation, a prize game was organized at the stand, which attracted great interest. This is not surprising, because the prize fund included 14 nights, seven in Sunčani Hvar and seven days in the Cornaro Hotel in Split. This was the third presentation of the Split-Dalmatia County Tourist Board at the fair in New York. The best and most beautiful natural beauties and cultural sights were presented, as well as everything that American guests are most interested in, including the locations where the episodes of the Game of Thrones series were filmed, and the film Mamma Mia. After Stella from New York and his team, reinforced by representatives from the private sector from the Split-Dalmatia County, he also went to Atlanta for a work shop. Other Croatian counties will join them there. The task is clear, they are waiting for presentation, promotion, but also concluding even better deals with American agencies. In addition to guests from neighboring BiH, which were the highest in Split in January (2.727), at the very top in terms of attendance in Split and in January are US citizens who arrived in January 311 and who had 2.163 overnight stays in the city, which is 18 percent more than last year. It is also important to point out that guests from the USA stayed in Split for an average of 7 days in January. During January, a total of 6.247 foreign guests and 4.007 domestic guests visited Split, and the structure of tourist traffic shows that the promotion of Split as an interesting tourist city reaches every corner of the world outside the summer months. All business information from agencies and travel organizers from the USA to Croatia says that it is realistic to expect that tourists from the USA will be the most numerous guests of Split in 2020 as well.last_img read more

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Bulldogs Freshman Team Wraps Up Season Winners

first_imgBatesville Freshman Football team ended their season with a record of 3-4 with a win vs Connersville.Batesville was on top early going up 22-0 in the first quarter.  Hunter Hon provided the first score of the game with a 3 yard TD run. After an interception by Safety Drew McLeod, Luke Schroeder scored from 35 yards. Garren Williamson added the 2 point conversion with a catch from QB Eric Harmeyer. Schroeder added another TD, this time from 43 yards out. Christian Prickel added the 2pt conversion to give the Bulldogs a 22-0 lead.However, the Spartans rallied to come all the way back and tied the game at 22 at half. Luke Schroeder once again scored for his 3rd TD of the game from 15 yards out to give the Bulldogs a 28-22 lead. THe defense stepped up with a goal line stand and swarm of defenders led by linebacker Logan Mears. The Bulldogs sealed the game with a 92 yard TD drive. Christian Prickel, Hunter Hon, and Schroeder all added key runs for first downs. Jack Kellerman put the nail in the coffin with a 23 yard TD catch from Harmeyer to make the final score 34-22.Defensively, Josh Maple, Hunter Hon, Eykis Fullenkamp, and McLeod were also key contributors for the defense.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Eric Feller.last_img read more

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Courtney sworn in as Mayor of City of Madison

first_imgMadison, IN—In a ceremony on Monday morning, Bob Courtney was sworn in as Mayor of the City of Madison to fulfill the unexpired term of Mayor Damon Welch.  Welch unexpectedly passed away on September 25, 2019.last_img

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Another resurface project begins June 8 in Decatur County

first_imgGreensburg, IN—Work is expected to begin next week on a $2.8 million asphalt resurfacing project on S.R. 3 in Decatur County. A 9.5 mile stretch between Westport and S.R. 46 will be patched, milled and repaved starting on or after Monday, June 8. The project will be completed under lane closures with flagging.The contract was awarded to Paul H. Rohe Company and is expected to wrap up by late August. Motorists should slow down, use extra caution and drive distraction-free through all work zones. All work is weather dependent.last_img

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Escaped Okeechobee prisoner caught in Indian River County

first_imgPolice were able to apprehend an escaped prisoner, Timothy L. Howton-McLaughlin, 29, in Indian River County on Friday.The prisoner escaped the Okeechobee Correctional Institution Work Camp on Thursday afternoon while working outside. He took the Florida Department of Corrections truck and drove off .Police say a witness called in after spotting a man near 43rd Avenue and 8th Street walking barefoot.An off-duty deputy spotted the man and followed him until patrol unites showed up. Once authorities arrived the suspect immediately ran away but a K-9 was able to help catch him.Howton-McLaughlin was arrested and is serving an eight-year sentence for trafficking in stolen property and burglary.Here’s a photo of K-9 Bane, Deputy Curby’s partner who apprehended the escaped prisoner. Great job, Bane! pic.twitter.com/VXiBXglxEI— IRCSheriff (@IRCSheriff) January 24, 2020last_img read more

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Tennis News Rafael Nadal wins Montreal Masters, secures record 35th ATP Masters 1000 title

first_imgRafael Nadal won his 35th ATP Masters 1000 title.Novak Djokovic has won 33 ATP Masters 1000 title.Daniil Medvedev became the highest ranked Russian player. For all the Latest Sports News News, Tennis News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. Montreal: Rafael Nadal completed a 6-3, 6-0 demolition of Russian Daniil Medvedev to win in Montreal on Sunday and extend his record haul of Masters 1000 titles. The world number two secured his 35th Masters crown, pulling clear by two in that category from Novak Djokovic, who has won 33 of the elite tournaments. Claycourt king Nadal successfully defended a hard court title for the first time in his career. “It was important to start the match in a good shape,” the 18-time Grand Slam winner said. “He came in playing so well, playing a lot of matches the last weeks,” Nadal added of Medvedev, who was runner-up to Nick Kyrgios in Washington last week.”Nadal, in contrast, had played just three hard court matches since starting his build up to the US Open this week — reaching the final on a walkover when injured Gael Monfils pulled out of their scheduled semi-final. “I played a solid match, my best of the week so far without a doubt,” Nadal said. “I did a lot of things well: changing directions, changing rhythm during the point. The slice worked well this afternoon. I think I played smart, I had a good feeling on the ball.”With all that going for him, Nadal needed just 70 minutes to subdue Medvedev, breaking the Russian four times. ‘Incredible’ Rafa The top seed, who now owns five Canadian title dating to 2005, swept the last seven games in the hardcourt blowout against his 23-year-old Russian opponent — who had never played Nadal before.”I’ve played Roger (Federer) two times, Novak (Djokovic) four times,” Medvedev said. “I knew how it was going to be, I was kind of ready for it. But I didn’t manage to probably show my best tennis. Rafa was incredible today. Congrats to him.” Despite the lopsided defeat, Medvedev was pleased with his time in Toronto. “I believe this was the best week ever,” said Medvedev, who will move up to a career high of eighth in the world on Monday, making him the highest-ranked Russian.”My level during all the matches was extremely good. I would have liked to do better today, but it happens. I will take experience from this match and try to do better next time.” For Nadal it was a third title of 2019, after clay court success at Rome and the French Open. He is due to complete his US Open preparations playing next week’s Cincinnati masters, where he’ll be seeded second behind Djokovic and ahead of No. 3 Federer.center_img highlightslast_img read more

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The Latest: Zvonareva, Siegemund win US Open women’s doubles

first_img September 11, 2020 Associated Press Vera Zvonareva and Laura Siegemund won the U.S. Open women’s doubles title in their first tournament together, beating the third-seeded duo of Xu Yifan and Nicole Melichar 6-4, 6-4.Zvonareva, a Russian who turned 36 this week, added this title to the 2006 U.S. Open title she won with Nathalie Dechy. She also was the runner-up in singles at Flushing Meadows in 2010, falling to Kim Clijsters.But she began playing less after giving birth to daughter Evelina in 2016.Xu and Melichar finished second for the second straight tournament in New York. They were runners-up at the Western & Southern Open that’s usually played in Ohio.___ Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditNEW YORK (AP) — The Latest on the U.S. Open tennis tournament (all times EDT):___1:40 p.m ___More AP tennis: https://apnews.com/apf-Tennis and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports 12:30 p.m.The men’s semifinal matches will be played after the women’s doubles championship is awarded at the U.S. Open.Play began with the third-seeded team of Xu Yifan and Nicole Melichar playing the unseeded duo of Vera Zvonareva and Laura Siegemund.They were to be followed by Alexander Zverev against Pablo Carreno Busta, along with 2019 runner-up Daniil Medvedev facing No. 2 seed Dominic Thiem. None has won a Grand Slam title.Comfortable weather returned after the women’s singles semifinals were played with the Arthur Ashe Stadium roof closed Thursday night because of rain. The Latest: Zvonareva, Siegemund win US Open women’s doubleslast_img read more

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