Sharing is caring! EntertainmentLocalNews 12 Calypsonians move on to Quarter Finals by: – January 7, 2019 Share Share Twelve Calypsonian were selected from the Elimination Round to go on to the Quarter Finals.The calypsonians were selected from over 50 Calypsonians, who performed on Saturday 5th January, 2019 at the Harlem Plaza.The twelve Calypsonians that were chosen to compete in the Quarter Finals are: Danyan; Vigilante; Hunter; Big C; Webb; Black Diamond; Intruder; Healer; Triumph; Irish Kid; Soul Puss and; Mask Eruption.Three reserves were selected. They are: Son of Saint; Derose and Mighty Omee.The Quarter Finals will be held on Saturday 2nd February, 2019. 615 Views no discussions Tweet Share
RADWIN is set to demonstrate its carrier-grade solutions at the upcoming Mobile World Congress 2017 in Barcelona and discuss how operators can deliver on the 5G promise – with JET wireless broadband technology. Deployed by tier-1 carriers worldwide, RADWIN’s JET solutions set a new standard in the broadband wireless access market, providing unmatched fiber-like quality at speeds of up to 3 Gbps per cell.At a time when cellular networks have become highly congested, fixed wireless broadband has become the optimal technology to complement wired technology for providing solutions for homes and businessess. Through RADWIN, carriers can finally meet the broadband demand and deliver high-speed services including triple-play IPTV and streaming HD video and online gaming.The RADWIN JET portfolio encompasses the JET PRO 750 Mbps series geared for enterprises requiring SLAs and JET Air 250 Mbps series designed for the residential market. JET base stations are powered by Bi-Beam™ – the industry’s first bi-directional beamforming antenna which assures the lowest interference rate in the industry. RADWIN’s solutions incorporate a suite of network planning and design tools that significantly simplify and reduce deployment times. Built to last, JET carrier-grade equipment can operate in the toughest environments for wireless, including non-line-of-sight, severe interference and harsh weather.
While the state of Alaska does not have capital punishment, the death occurred while the ship was in U.S. waters. Copyright 2017 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. A status conference in the case is scheduled for next week. Kenneth Manzanares has been charged with murder in the death of his wife, Kristy Manzanares, in July. He has pleaded not guilty. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Alaska U.S. attorney’s office says it does not plan to seek the death penalty in the case of a Utah man accused of killing his wife during a cruise in Alaska. The U.S. attorney’s office announced its decision to not pursue the death penalty in a court filing, dated Friday.
More than 1,000 supporters will be making the trip to the City Ground when Lee Johnson’s side face Nottingham Forest this Saturday (April 28th, 3pm kick-off).The Robins continue to fight for a play-off spot with two games to go. A win is needed at Forest to keep those hopes alive and the fans play a pivotal role in helping to make that happen.Previewing City’s penultimate match of the 2017/18 season, Fielding told BCTV: “They [our fans] have been tremendous this season and are a full force wherever we go. We can’t thank them enough.”Both City and Forest want to end their seasons on a high and we both believe we can win. Anyone can beat anyone in the Championship but we believe we can get the three points.”And the City keeper believes former teammate Lee Tomlin will be one to watch this weekend.He spent two season in BS3, one on loan, before departing for Cardiff City who loaned the midfielder to the Reds in January.Tomlin played a key role in Forest’s 3-0 victory over Barnsley on Tuesday night, scoring and assisting in the clash with the relegation-threatened side.Fielding continued: “They got a positive result on Tuesday night. Tomlin scored and set one up so we’ll both be working on each other’s strengths and weaknesses.”They are a team in transition at the moment and we’ll try to see focus and go and get a result.”SECURE YOUR tickets
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SIGN UP TO DAILY NEWSLETTERCLICK HERE TO SIGN-UP The Philippines deserves a 85-percent grade in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic since the country has a low mortality rate, the “best testing policy” in Asia, and improved healthcare capacity, Malacañang said Tuesday.(Photo by Ted ALJIBE / AFP)Presidential spokesman Harry Roque gave the passing mark after the government’s efforts, such as quarantine measures, saved the country from having 3 million coronavirus cases last July.“All in all, I think we deserve a very good grade. I would give it a grade of 85%,” he said during a televised press briefing Tuesday.Roque highlighted that the country has a low mortality rate of 1.7 percent, saying it proves that “Filipino doctors know how to take care of COVID patients.”Roque likewise took pride in the improved testing capacity in the country, saying it is the nation’s “biggest strength” in the fight against the pandemic.“We clearly have the best testing policy in the whole of Asia and probably in the whole world because we have exceeded three million,” he said. “I think we will have the highest number of testing, one of the highest in the whole world. So, that’s clearly, our biggest strength,” he added.Roque also cited that the country’s healthcare system is also “not overwhelmed.” At least 50 percent of the 1,900 intensive care unit (ICU) beds are available while 73 percent of the 2,200 ventilators are not yet in use. Roque admitted though that the country must improve its tracing and isolation efforts to prevent the spread of the illness. “We need to brush up in our tracing,” he said. He expressed hope that the contact tracing efforts will be given a shot in the arm with the passage of the Bayanihan 2 law, that allots P5 billion for the hiring of contact tracers. “We will have major inroads and successes using also the Magalong formula,” he said.He said the more isolation facilities should be established to house people with the coronavirus. The government earlier put on hold a plan to ban home quarantine pending consultations with local government units.“One limitation of course is we don’t have enough isolation facilities. So dapat mas marami pang isolation facilities ang ating itayo (so we must build more isolation facilities),” he said.As of September 15, the country has recorded 269,407 cases of coronavirus with 4,663 deaths and 207,352 recoveries.At 2.9 million individuals have so far taken the coronavirus test based on the Department of Health data. Of the people tested, 10.6 percent tested positive for the illness. The government has gradually relaxed the strict lockdown measures, allowing more businesses to reopen and people to resume their livelihood. The easing of the quarantine measures aims to revitalize the economy, which has been weakened by the pandemic.
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ADRIAN Fernandes of Team Ramchand Wreckers is the 2018 Endurance Champion of the Guyana Motor Racing and Sports Club (GMRSC).Balram Ramdeo won best mechanic for drag and endurance categories.Fernandes, who drives the 211 Toyota Levin, sponsored by Gillette and operating under the Ramchand Wreckers team was his usual timid self after the receipt of the award.Speaking to Chronicle Sport afterwards, he said, “The team did a great job but I have to say that the car stood up (to the pressure) and it performed. I’m just happy to have the trophy.”Fernandes scored a perfect 75 points from three endurance outings.Romeo Singh picked up the unlimited class champion driver with 43 points while there was a three-way tie in the 1601-2000cc class between the teams of Roshan Ali and Shan Seejattan, Mohamed Ali and Rameez Mohamed and Syed Hassan with 25.Seejattan and Ali were given the trophy however, having done the most laps while the 0-1500cc went to Haniff Mohamed and Raymond Seebarran.Bikes were introduced into Endurance racing this year.Meanwhile in the Drags division, Pankraj Ramdeo with 249 points won the 15-second class, Rayon Brijpal with 179 points won the 14-second class and the 13-second class winner was Narindradutt Mangar with 218 points.Romeo Singh with 184 points snagged the 12-second class with Chet Singh taking the 11-second class with 147 points and Damion Singh taking the 10-second class (310) points.The nine-second class was won by Raj Panday while the unlimited class was picked up by team Mohamed’s Enterprise.Balram Ramdeo won the best mechanic for both Endurance and Drag racing, 249 points ahead of Sean Persaud 1073, and Anil Persaud with 631 points.
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This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.In a game that featured so many Egg Bowl heroes on a Red and Blue Saturday afternoon at Vaught-Hemingway, none stood taller, or more painfully, than Bo Wallace.Wallace, playing on a sprained right ankle that kept him out of meaningful practice all week long, willed Ole Miss to a 31-17 victory over No. 4 ranked Mississippi State.Kellenberger: Freeze’s gameplan pays off for Ole MissWallace completed just 13 of 30 passes, but those 13 went for a whopping 296 yards. Keep in mind, a right-handed passer’s right foot is his “plant foot.” It’s the one he pushes off to make his throws.His teammates saw him struggle with it all week long. Still, to a man, they say they never expected anything less.Take it from Evan Engram, the hybrid end who plays tight end and runs like a wide receiver.“Everybody in this locker room believes in Bo,” Engram said. “He played huge. I knew he would. He’s a great leader. He’s our leader. He’s a winner. You could have chopped his ankle off, and he would have played (Saturday).”If ever a player has embodied his team, he is Wallace. He has played through injuries. So have the Rebels. He has played through criticism on the Internet, in the newspapers and, at times, from his own fans. So have the Rebels. He has played through excruciating, heartbreaking losses and then a blowout last week at Arkansas. So have his teammates.On the final day of this most memorable of Mississippi football seasons, Wallace and the Rebels persevered and won — if not their biggest victory of the year, one that certainly rivals the fourth quarter rally to knock off No. 1 Alabama.Said Hugh Freeze of his senior quarterback: “I hope this cements his memory here at Ole Miss in a positive light, because he really deserves that.” ■ ■ ■ Numbers do not always define a quarterback, as witnessed by Wallace’s 13 for 30 on this afternoon. But, just for the moment, consider these numbers: He has led Ole Miss to 24 victories over three seasons, never missing a start. He will have led the Rebels to three bowl games. Win the upcoming bowl, and he will have led Ole Miss to three bowl victories. He has become the Ole Miss career total offense leader, passing the sainted Eli Manning. Saturday, he moved in the top 10 all-time in total offense in the Southeastern Conference.That’s right: Only nine players in SEC history have accounted for more yardage than Bo. So much for all that “Good Bo” and “Bad Bo” stuff. Take everything into consideration — he has been better than good over the long haul. This, from a guy who was scarcely recruited out of high school. This, from a guy who played his first two seasons here with a painful throwing shoulder. ■ ■ ■ Freeze insisted the joy from Saturday’s victory came not from knocking an arch-rival out of the national playoff picture.“This was about us,” Freeze said. “Not them.”So disheartening was a 30-0 loss to Arkansas a week earlier that Freeze admitted he lost sleep that Saturday trying to decide how to address his squad the next day.“I didn’t know whether to hug ’em and love on them or kick them in the tail,” Freeze said.He decided on the latter.“We did some things Sunday to remind them how important this was,” Freeze said.Wallace needed no reminder.He was part of a rousing 41-24 victory over the Bulldogs here two years ago. He was part of an excruciating 17-10 overtime loss to Mississippi State at Starkville last year. Wallace was running into the end zone for the tying score in overtime when the ball was stripped away. MSU recovered for the victory. Fairly or not, Bo was considered the goat.“There hasn’t been a day I haven’t thought about it,” Wallace said. “That’s what pushed me the entire season.”It kept him going through injuries to LaQuon Treadwell and Laremy Tunsil. It kept him going Saturday when Vince Sanders went down. It helped him to play though his own ankle injury.Said Wallace afterward: “I can’t even put into words how great this feels.”All things considered, there was no need.Rick Cleveland (email@example.com) is executive director of the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame and Museum.
–edit– SportsLogos.Net That script very much pre-dates the 2012 update. Members Gothamite Nebraska – Getting rid of their Huskers rebrand. Location:Eugene, OR Posted February 20, 2016 22,644 All Activity Link to post 5,746 posts 84 posts Sports Logos Location:DC area 197 197 5,159 1,643 posts 2,975 In 2012 they decided they wanted to be hip and cool so they came out with this abomination: Which replaced this: Members However, they couldn’t resist adding some new stuff. First, the uninspired: ramsker Link to post sleuthpanther OnWis97 Location:Wisconsin / South Korea http://www.huskers.com/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=100&ATCLID=210723923 Posted February 21, 2016 Posted February 20, 2016 Link to post 210 Added trademark sheet. Members Link to post 2,975 Share this post 1,901 posts hawk36 ramsker 11 hours ago, ramsker said: http://www.huskers.com/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=100&ATCLID=210723923 In my perfect world they would use the slab serif N, minus the outline, for everything including football. I know that’s heresy to many but I really like that strong, bold, red N. Share on other sites Link to post SportsLogos.Net Link to post That script is owned by The Game hat company (most famous for its three-bar hats), and they use it on all of those circle hats. That particular script, while similar to Nebraska’s, had no connection to the university. I’m not sure there were a whole bunch of licensed script “Huskers” logos. Link to post Posted February 20, 2016 Location:Chelan Seattle 197 Members 187 197 OnWis97 It’s also associated with one of the greatest dynasties in college football, so it’s beloved by fans. When your final five seasons result in a 60-3 record with 3 National Titles and an appearance in a fourth, things tend to get fondly remembered. I was thinking “regional grocery store chain,” myself. Posted February 19, 2016 Share on other sites This topic is now closed to further replies. 22,644 5,746 posts 4,436 Link to post I actually like the top state logo with the smaller N. That could be cool as a car sticker. 368 0 Share this post Also, the 2016 stylizing calls for the script and block N to be separate, instead of stacked on top of each other, as Ramsker pointed out. I think the lone script looks absolutely beautiful on the throwback basketball jerseys: –edit– 458 posts It’s also associated with one of the greatest dynasties in college football, so it’s beloved by fans. When your final five seasons result in a 60-3 record with 3 National Titles and an appearance in a fourth, things tend to get fondly remembered. Share this post 14,934 posts They really need to get rid of Adidas and the garbage black helmet and uniform. Share on other sites JTrainGBR83 JayMac 3,326 razorback447 It’s also associated with one of the greatest dynasties in college football, so it’s beloved by fans. When your final five seasons result in a 60-3 record with 3 National Titles and an appearance in a fourth, things tend to get fondly remembered. Link to post Share on other sites 187 Members 2 53,285 posts Link to post Also, it’s very strange that they somewhat altered the head from the standalone version, and it looks worse: 4509608.pdf By ramsker, February 19, 2016 in Sports Logo News 187 4,436 It should always be Christmas in New Jersey Members Regarding Osbourne’s hat script, I kinda think that was not based on the script we are talking about. Like you’d find that hat for a bunch of schools/teams with the same script style going across it. But I am not certain. Share this post Posted February 20, 2016 Share on other sites That script very much pre-dates the 2012 update. It should always be Christmas in New Jersey Also, the 2016 stylizing calls for the script and block N to be separate, instead of stacked on top of each other, as Ramsker pointed out. I think the lone script looks absolutely beautiful on the throwback basketball jerseys: Share this post Share this post I like the 2012 logo. A lot more than that black script. The black looks out of place and the script smacks a lot more of trying to be hip and cool than the 2012 logo. I cannot say I am sad to see it go, since I did not even realize it existed, but that script is awful. I don’t dispute that the script was around for a lot of success and that the fanbase likes it. I am simply saying that I don’t like it. Regarding the style guide, I do think the script was at it’s worst when it was black on top of a red “N.” It was a great example of black sort of washing a logo or scheme out (like it does with the entire Clippers look). I am still not fond of it (particularly the “H” and the “k”); I think it’s too informal, for lack of a better word, though red-on-white and white-on-red makes it serviceable. sleuthpanther Share this post The new Herbie standalone head looks fine from a design standpoint, but why does the full-bodied Herbie have different eyes, hair, and unsmooth lines. The brown shoes look like undefined rocks. And where’s the corn stalk in the pocket? That was the most distinct part of the old Herbie logo. (edited) I also realize the script on the hat in the first photo does not exactly match the logo script, but this was the late 80s-early 90s and sports branding was not nearly the exact science it is today. There were several variations of the script “Huskers” logo at the time. I also realize the script on the hat in the first photo does not exactly match the logo script, but this was the late 80s-early 90s and sports branding was not nearly the exact science it is today. There were several variations of the script “Huskers” logo at the time. 668 Share this post five boroughs, one City. Sign in to follow this 4,436 3,353 Members Share this post Members Link to post Members 12 minutes ago, pianoknight said: 0 1 Edited February 19, 2016 by ramsker 8,685 WSU151 8,685 Posted February 20, 2016 22,644 Share on other sites Link to post 2,975 This is taking the relatively new Herbie head logo (which I’m in the minority in actually liking somewhat) and adding the full body. The problem is, the work on the body is just poorly done. The lines look hand drawn which clashes with the clean lines of the head. I know @ren69 could have done a much better job with something like this. Nebraska – Getting rid of their Huskers rebrand. 17,487 posts 8-Team College Playoff Advocate Share this post 4 0 OnWis97 All Activity 19,560 posts I like the 2012 logo. A lot more than that black script. The black looks out of place and the script smacks a lot more of trying to be hip and cool than the 2012 logo. I cannot say I am sad to see it go, since I did not even realize it existed, but that script is awful. 0 pianoknight 2,975 4,436 Posted February 21, 2016 8,685 14,934 posts 668 Followers 0 The Script won’t be over the N anymore. They will always be separate. Here’s the full trademark sheet. Share on other sites 46 minutes ago, pianoknight said: 4,436 368 Which was also getting kind of outdated. One of this year’s basketball alternate uniforms used the Script Huskers, without the N, and everyone loved it. So that is now the new secondary logo and everyone is happy again. Share on other sites Share this post 22,644 Gothamite That’s the best thing in the set. The script word mark is laughably dated; looks like the sign outside a bad theme restaurant. five boroughs, one City. That’s putting it mildly. 22,644 Share this post 0 Share this post razorback447 Members Sports Logo News Share this post jaha32 ramsker Share on other sites Share on other sites 3 hours ago, OnWis97 said: Posted February 19, 2016 JayMac 3,326 Forums Home The problem with the original black script placed over the N is that there were just random slivers of the red and white N between the white gaps in the letters, causing the whole logo to look disjoined and sloppy. Even as a fan of 1990s Nebraska football, I’m glad to see the N/script go, but the script does look decent when used alone in red. Sports Logo News Go To Topic Listing Phoenix is a bangwagon town I know that. My point is that it seems to trying to hard to be cool (or something). 5,923 posts And then, the shoddy: ramsker pianoknight 5,159 2,975 Link to post Which was also getting kind of outdated. 0 Which replaced this: FKA – jmac11281 6,684 posts 210 Here is the full “new” logo. I personally like it, although obviously nostalgia plays a part: Posted February 20, 2016 Members Posted February 22, 2016 Share on other sites Posted February 20, 2016 0 Favourite Logos:Barcelona DragonsHartford WhalersUS Soccer RattlesnakeJoliet Slammers “J-Bird”NBA All-Star New Orleans Crawfish 2,975 Posted February 21, 2016 Good catch. I must have mistakenly thought they were the same. 210 Posted February 21, 2016 27 minutes ago, WSU151 said: 22,644 Posted February 21, 2016 53,285 posts Followers 0 It’s really goofly looking, but for some reason I like it. There’s no real nostalgia aspect for me but it just looks good to me, especially on that basketball Jersey they put out. hawk36 3,353 Sports Logos Posted February 19, 2016 5,159 Sodboy13 1 OnWis97 0 I also realize the script on the hat in the first photo does not exactly match the logo script, but this was the late 80s-early 90s and sports branding was not nearly the exact science it is today. There were several variations of the script “Huskers” logo at the time. –edit– Location:Effington 1 Share on other sites FWIW, here’s a variation of the script logo shown in the 1995 title game against Florida (about 5 seconds in). It’s the script under helmet, not script over “N.” So it was at least in some branding usage so far as broadcasting was concerned. Share on other sites Members Gothamite Members 4,436 197 Link to post 3,326 Share on other sites pianoknight WSU151 Share this post Share on other sites Location:Eugene, OR 3,353 JTrainGBR83 Share on other sites Link to post jaha32 Gothamite pianoknight 368 Members 197 2,958 posts Members In 2012 they decided they wanted to be hip and cool so they came out with this abomination: 1 Forums Home 668 Sodboy13 That script very much pre-dates the 2012 update. That script is owned by The Game hat company (most famous for its three-bar hats), and they use it on all of those circle hats. That particular script, while similar to Nebraska’s, had no connection to the university. I’m not sure there were a whole bunch of licensed script “Huskers” logos. I was never a fan of the script Huskers. Removing it from the N is a good move. Sign in to follow this 0 0 Members Link to post Share this post Recommended Posts 84 posts Nebraska – Getting rid of their Huskers rebrand.