Just a week ago, STS9 hit the famed Skyway Theatre in Minneapolis, MN to kick off an extensive fall tour. The band just released a new album, The Universe Inside, and has been bringing the heat at live shows played across the country!The tour opener was no exception, as STS9 opened with “Give & Take” and brought out a ton of classic tunes throughout the night. They even found time to break from “World Go Round” and play “1999,” covering Prince in his home state of Minnesota. A fitting tribute, and a highlight of the show.With more tour dates coming up soon, the band is getting fans excited by offering up a free download of this show. Just click this link to automatically start the download, and check out the full setlist below.Setlist: STS9 at the Skyway Theatre, Minneapolis, MN – 10/20/16SET I: Give & Take, Moon Socket, Orbital, Summit, Vapors, Rent, When The Dust Settles Reprise, World Go Round>>1999>>World Go RoundSET II: Out Of This World. Lo Swaga, Hidden Hand Hidden Fist > Glogli > Instantly, What Is Love?, Awesome feat. Cool Kids (STS9 remix) > The Unquestionable Supremacy of NatureEncore: Mobsters > Surreality > EB
July 1, 2005 Regular News UPL Actions UPL Actions The Supreme Court recently issued eight court orders permanently prohibiting 14 persons and/or corporations from engaging in the unlicensed practice of law. The following entities are prohibited from engaging in the unlicensed practice of law: Edgar Amaya, individually, and Tamiami Agency International Document Center, Inc., formerly Tamiami Immigration Agency, Inc., Miami, permanently enjoined from engaging in the unlicensed practice of law following a January 11 court order; it was alleged that respondent provided legal advice and services in immigration matters. (Case No. SC04-1460) Ana M. Gutierrez, Miami, permanently enjoined from engaging in the unlicensed practice of law following a February 24 court order based on a stipulated injunction; it was alleged that respondent prepared documents for a dissolution of marriage and rendered legal advice. (Case No. SC05-263) Christopher J. Kahlmeyer, individually and d/b/a American Asset Recovery, Tampa, permanently enjoined from engaging in the unlicensed practice of law following a January 13 court order; it was alleged that respondent provided legal assistance in judgment recovery matters. (Case No. SC03-1934) Eldred Redmon, N. Miami Beach, permanently enjoined from engaging in the unlicensed practice of law following a February 24 court order based on a stipulated injunction; it was alleged that respondent held himself out as an attorney, appeared in court on behalf of a company, and agreed to represent a prisoner in a criminal appeal. (Case No. SC05-249) Nestor Romero, Miami, permanently enjoined from engaging in the unlicensed practice of law following a February 10 court order based on a stipulated injunction; it was alleged that respondent held himself out as an attorney and handled immigration matters. (Case No. SC05-203) Daniela J. Valeri, Asdrubal Ramos, and Ramos Balza & Associates, Inc., Coral Gables, permanently enjoined from engaging in the unlicensed practice of law following a February 10 court order based on a stipulated injunction; it was alleged that respondents rendered advice and assisted others with immigration matters. (Case No. SC05-202) Augusto F. Santiago, individually, and Immigration Specialist Group, Inc., Miami, permanently enjoined from engaging in the unlicensed practice of law following an April 14 court order based on a stipulated injunction; it was alleged that respondent provided legal advice and services in immigration matters. (Case No. SC04-1229) Lev Kobrin, individually and d/b/a Immigrants Assistance Center, Sunny Isles Beach, permanently enjoined from engaging in the unlicensed practice of law following a May 12 court order based on a stipulated injunction; it was alleged that respondent provided legal advice and services in immigration matters. (Case No. SC05-695) Court orders are not final until time expires to file a rehearing motion, and, if filed, determined.
Arsene Wenger remains very much the right man to lead Arsenal into a sustained challenge for the Barclays Premier League title, according to former Gunners’ defender Viv Anderson. The veteran French coach earlier this week celebrated 19 years in charge of the north London club, but has seen his position come under scrutiny once more following a shock home defeat by Olympiacos which has left Arsenal facing a battle to qualify for the Champions League knockout stages. Wenger, though, continues to knock down the constant criticism of both his own tactics and the character of his team, which will again be tested by the visit of Manchester United on Sunday afternoon. Anderson, an ambassador for Prostate Cancer UK and who will be cycling to Amsterdam for the charity next June, feels Sunday’s showdown between his old clubs is a close one to call. “With Arsenal getting beaten in the midweek game, and United winning, they will of course have the momentum and are top of the league,” he said. “Arsenal, though, have some really good forward thinking players at any given time and are capable of beating anyone on their day, “It will be really difficult for both sides, with Arsenal expected to put on a display in front of their own fans, so I guess I had better sit on the fence and go for a draw.” Anderson hopes the Prostate Cancer UK Football to Amsterdam cycle challenge from June 3 to 5 2016 will help raise awareness of the fight against the disease. “It is a really good cause, so the more people who can get behind it the better it is going to be to get the message out there,” he said. :: Prostate Cancer UK, the Official Charity Partner of The Football League, will stage the Football to Amsterdam cycle challenge from June 3-5 2016 with riders now able to roll out from London and a new start point in Yorkshire, Oakwell home of Barnsley FC. For more information about the ride, visit www.prostatecanceruk.org/amsterdam or contact the cycling team by calling 020 8222 7158 or emailing [email protected] Anderson – who joined the Gunners from Nottingham Forest in 1984, winning the League Cup before becoming Sir Alex Ferguson’s first signing at the Red Devils – sees no reason why the club should not continue to have faith in the 64-year-old. “What Arsene Wenger has achieved at that club, he keeps on qualifying for Europe every year and if you look at that team, there are some really good exciting players. I know there have been cries for him to leave, but they should stick with him,” Anderson told Press Association Sport. “I like the style of football he plays, it is the passing and moving game which is very attractive. “They won the FA Cup for the past two seasons, which was a big thing after everyone saying it had been nine years without winning anything, so they managed to bridge that gap. “With the players Arsene Wenger has got in the squad now, they should be there or thereabouts for winning the title now, and I don’t see any reason why not. “They could probably do with some more defensive cover, particularly at centre-half, but all in all, I think there are some really good players, it is just a matter of them all clicking at the same time. “Arsenal, though, remain a bit in-and-out, I don’t know if they took Olympiacos a bit lightly, they might have fallen into that trap. “However, I would expect Arsenal to be one of the three or four challenging for that Premier League trophy at the end of the season.” Press Association
Syracuse moved up three spots in the weekly Inside Lacrosse rankings after beating Northwestern 16-11 on Saturday night. The Orange now sit at No. 4.Syracuse (4-1) was eliminated by the Wildcats in the quarterfinal of the NCAA Tournament last year. But on Saturday, then-No. 7 SU got its revenge, upsetting then-No. 6 Northwestern.The defense conceded 11 goals against a Northwestern side that was averaging more than 24 goals per game before Saturday’s matchup in Evanston. Six goals from the nation’s leading scorer, Emily Hawryschuk, paired with five goals from sophomore Meaghan Tyrrell fueled the Orange’s second-half surge and eventual victory.Northwestern suffered its second loss of the season but only dropped one spot to No. 7 in the latest poll.Syracuse hosts hosts unranked Colgate Monday at 5 p.m. The Raiders are 0-13 all-time against the Orange. On Friday, SU faces off against No. 9 Maryland, who dropped five spots in the latest poll. The defending-champion Terrapins are 1-2 this season.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Comments Published on February 24, 2020 at 1:16 pm Contact Roshan: [email protected] | @Roshan_f16 Facebook Twitter Google+
PITTSBURGH (AP)—Clint Hurdle has been hired as the Pittsburgh Pirates’ manager, saying he’s not intimidated by the franchise’s record 18 consecutive losing seasons.Hurdle replaces John Russell, who was fired the day after completing a 105-loss season—the Pirates’ worst in 58 years. CLINT HURDLE Hurdle, previously the hitting coach for the AL champion Texas Rangers, is the sixth full-time Pirates manager since the club last had a winning season in 1992.“This will eventually get done, and I don’t have a doubt it will,” Hurdle said. “I wanted to be here when it turns. … It’s a wonderful and perfect fit. It’s the right organization at the right time.”The Pirates identified Hurdle as a candidate from the start, but could not talk to him until Texas’ season ended with a loss to San Francisco in Game 5 of the World Series. He also was being considered for the Mets’ job, but was hired by Pittsburgh before having a second interview in New York, where he once played.Hurdle was attracted to the Pirates because of their core of young talent led by center fielder Andrew McCutchen, third baseman Pedro Alvarez, second baseman Neil Walker and left fielder Jose Tabata.His interview with owner Bob Nutting, president Frank Coonelly and general manager Neal Huntington was two-way — he had questions about the major league-low payroll and the commitment to winning. Apparently, he was satisfied with the answers he received.“They asked difficult questions and I asked tough questions,” he said. “They defended the fort. … I looked in their eyes and said, ‘Are you all in?’ “he said. “And they said they’re in.”The 53-year-old Hurdle turned down a second interview with the Mets, the only other club seeking a manager.Hurdle managed in Triple-A, Double-A and Single A before going 534-625 as the Rockies’ manager from 2002-09, leading them to the 2007 World Series. Before being swept by the Red Sox, the Rockies won 14 of their final 15 games, and then won seven consecutive postseason games.Under Hurdle the Rockies finished second in the NL West once, third once, fourth four times and last twice, with only one winning season.Hurdle compared the Pirates’ situation to what he faced when he arrived in Colorado, saying “Kids in my neighborhood got beat up for wearing Rockies’ jerseys.”“I’m proud to be a Pirate, and we’re not going to back down from anybody,” he said.Hurdle inherits a team that, despite promoting four everyday players to the majors since 2009, has minimal talent surrounding it. Last season, Pittsburgh had the majors’ worst ERA (5.00), second-lowest team batting average (.242) and tied for the most errors (127).Hurdle said improving the pitching staff immediately is his top priority, and he believes there is help available outside the organization.Hurdle said he didn’t demand the right to hire his entire coaching staff, and he will consider some who currently work in the organization.He also pulled out a quote he said he has carried with him for a dozen years, from Penn State coach Joe Paterno: “You’ve got to believe deep inside you’re destined to do great things.”