THE PEOPLE’S DEFENDER SENIOR PROFILE

first_imgHomeSportsTHE PEOPLE’S DEFENDER SENIOR PROFILE PreviousUpdate on MLSD fundingNextMES students head to Shawnee State Around the WebMd: Do This Immediately if You Have Diabetes (Watch)Blood Sugar BlasterThis Weird Method Can Restore Your Vision Naturally (Watch)Healthier LivingHave an Enlarged Prostate? Urologist Reveals: Do This Immediately (Watch)Healthier LivingIf You Have Ringing Ears Do This Immediately (Ends Tinnitus)Healthier LivingWomen Only: Stretch This Muscle to Stop Bladder Leakage (Watch)Healthier LivingRemoving Moles & Skin Tags Has Never Been This EasyEssential HealthThe content you see here is paid for by the advertiser or content provider whose link you click on, and is recommended to you by Revcontent. As the leading platform for native advertising and content recommendation, Revcontent uses interest based targeting to select content that we think will be of particular interest to you. We encourage you to view your opt out options in Revcontent’s Privacy PolicyWant your content to appear on sites like this?Increase Your Engagement Now!Want to report this publisher’s content as misinformation?Submit a ReportGot it, thanks!Remove Content Link?Please choose a reason below:Fake NewsMisleadingNot InterestedOffensiveRepetitiveSubmitCancel SPORTS EDITOR’S NOTE: Each week, The People’s Defender will profile an Adams County senior student/athlete so our community and readers can get to know better these outstanding young people who participate both in athletics and academics in their high school.NAME: Alex SeamanSCHOOL: Peebles High SchoolPARENTS: Brian and Beth Seaman.SPORTS PLAYED IN HIGH SCHOOL: Soccer, Baseball.FAVORITE SPORT: Baseball.FAVORITE THING ABOUT HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS: Away game bus rides, making a great play.LEAST FAVORITE THING ABOUT HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS: Striking out looking, losing because of mistakes.MOST MEMORABLE HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS MOMENT: Making a game saving, over the shoulder catch against Ripley.FAVORITE MUSICAL ARTIST OR GROUP: Bless The Fall.PLACE YOU’D LOVE TO TRAVEL TO: The Seychelle Islands.FAVORITE MOVIE: “This is the End.”FAVORITE TV SHOWS: Scooby Doo, Spongebob Squarepants.FAVORITE SCHOOL SUBJECT: Math with Mrs. Sininger.FAVORITE SPARE TIME ACTIVITY: Playing softball with Dad, Bird, and everyone at Mineral Springs.FAVORITE RESTAURANT: Buffalo Wild Wings.WOULD LOVE TO TRADE PLACES FOR A DAY WITH: Alex Rodriguez.FUTURE PLANS: Attend Ohio University-Chillicothe.COMING NEXT WEDNESDAY: Dodge Estle from West Union High School. Alex Seaman center_img Powered By 10 Sec Mama’s Deviled Eggs NextStay Mama’s Deviled EggsNOW PLAYINGBest Carrot Cake EverNOW PLAYINGApple Pie Bites With Caramel SauceNOW PLAYINGHawaiian Roll Ham SlidersNOW PLAYINGHomemade Caramel SauceNOW PLAYING5 Easy and Delicious Crock Pot Meatball Appetizer RecipesNOW PLAYINGApple Pie BitesNOW PLAYINGOld Fashioned Soft and Buttery Yeast RollsNOW PLAYINGCream Cheese Cake Mix CookiesNOW PLAYINGHow to Slice & Mince Vegetables Like a ProNOW PLAYINGPumpkin Cream Cheese BarsNOW PLAYINGHow to Knead DoughNOW PLAYINGHow to Use a Meat ThermometerNOW PLAYINGSlow Cooker/Crock Pot HintsNOW PLAYINGHow to Quarter a ChickenNOW PLAYINGHow to Clean Garbage DisposalsNOW PLAYINGHow to Clean Stainless Steel SinksNOW PLAYINGHow to Cook Scrambled EggsNOW PLAYINGHow to Peel Hard Boiled EggsNOW PLAYINGHow to Chill a Drink in 2 MinutesNOW PLAYINGHow to Chop an Onion PerfectlyNOW PLAYINGPerfect Bacon Every TimeNOW PLAYINGSweet Alabama PecanbreadNOW PLAYINGParmesan Baked Pork ChopsNOW PLAYINGPrime Rib Roast Au Jus Perfect Every Time! No FailNOW PLAYING Arrow Left #1 Icon Created with Sketch. Arrow right #1 Icon Created with Sketch. THE PEOPLE’S DEFENDER SENIOR PROFILEJune 26, 2015Peoples DefenderSports0 Top Searches Top Searches HoopAdams County Ohio ValleyHayslip last_img read more

In five sets, Lady Indians capture Division IV sectional championship

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Arrow right #1 Icon Created with Sketch. Hustling Peebles libero Madison Beekman goes all out into the Peebles student section chasing down a return in action from the Oct. 17 Div. IV sectional title match with New Boston. (Photo by Mark Carpenter) HomeSportsIn five sets, Lady Indians capture Division IV sectional championship By Mark Carpenter-The seasons were on the line for both the Peebles Lady Indians and the New Boston Lady Tigers volleyball squads on Oct. 17 when the two met in a Division IV sectional championship game at Peebles High School. The match was what ESPN might deem an “instant classic” as the two teams fought for survival through a grueling, pressure-packed five sets, and in the end it was the Lady Indians who survived and advanced, downing New Boston in the full five sets, 20-25, 25-23, 25-22, 19-25, 15-12.On the court last Thursday night were two teams with contrasting styles who had met in the regular season with the Lady Indians winning in four sets. The Lady Tigers brought the power last week, securing more than 40 kills in the match against the smaller and athletic Lady Indians, who just seemed to be able to make the big plays when they needed them in the win.“We felt like we were well-prepared but this was a different New Boston team than we saw earlier,” said Peebles head coach Rachel Sims in her postgame radio interview. “After the first set, our girls realized they had to change a few things which is tough in mid-game situations. They really hit the lines tonight and made us adjust our back row. We did way too much tipping the ball tonight and I kept telling them to just hit the ball.”It was the Lady Indians who fired the first punch in the first set, getting a string of serves from Harlee Wilkinson that gave them a quick 8-3 advantage. New Boston battled back, getting kills from Lexus Oiler and Shelby Easter to draw within 13-10 and after the next side pout went the way of the home team, the Lady Tigers reeled off five of the next seven points, accentuated with an Oiler kill, to cut the Peebles lead to 16-15.After the next two points went to the Lady Indians, the visitors caught fire behind the serves of Taylen Hickman, and claimed 10 of the final 12 points of a first set that went to New Boston by the final count of 25-23.Down one set, the Lady Indians came out a bit flat in the second set, falling behind 10-3, before the light came on and the momentum shifted as it does so often in volleyball matches. Trailing 12-6, Peebles sent Hope Brown to the service line and she came through with five straight, including two aces, to tie the set at 12 apiece. With the large contingent of Peebles fans coming to life, the Lady Indians did the same, using kills from Jacey Justice and Christian Reed and the serves of Taylor Cluxton to forge ahead 24-19. After the Lady Tigers bounced back with four in a row to pull within one, a kill by Brown sewed up the second set for Peebles, 25-23, to tie the match at one each.As the intensity revved up, the two teams traded runs in the third set, Peebles going up 4-1, New Boston tying the score at 4 and then racing ahead 7-6 on a Hickman kill. Back came the Lady Indians, using a trio of Justice service points and a Reed kill to go on top 13-12, only to see the Lady Tigers grab the lead back at 15-14, but the Lady Indians answered that with a side out and four straight service points from Wilkinson to lead 19-15.Another trio of serves, this time by Reed, gave the home side a 23-20 advantage and the final point of the set came on a Justice kill as the Lady Indians took set three 25-22 and led the match 2-1.With the proverbial backs to the wall, the Lady Tigers went to the power game to stay alive, scattering 10 kills throughout the fourth set to win it 25-19 and set up the fifth and decisive set of a thrilling tournament match up.Fifth sets in a volleyball match are always tension-filled, even more so when the season is one the line. This night’s fifth set was nip and tuck all the way with the Lady Indians taking the first big lead at 8-4 with Wilkinson again at the service line. The resilient New Boston squad clawed their way back, getting a kill from Mackenzie Whitley to cut the Peebles lead to just 10-9. At this point, the two teams traded points with Peebles keeping the slim lead until a Justice kill made it 13-11. The next point went to New Boston but on the next volley, an attempted kill by the Lady Tigers went into the net and when Reed slammed one home on the next point, it was celebration time in Peebles as the Lady Indians took the fifth set 15-12 and secured the sectional championship and a trip to the district tournament.“The momentum back and forth tonight was unreal,” said Coach Sims. “We got great passing from Madison Beekman and some great play from Taylor (Cluxton) and Hope (Brown). And you won’t find two better up front than Jacey (Justice) and Christian (Reed), they compliment each other so well.”That Division IV district tournament contest will be played at Jackson High School on Thursday, Oct. 24 as the now 16-7 Peebles squad will face off with number two seeded Racine Southern with a berth in the district finals on the line. The match is the second of the night and should begin somewhere around 7:30 p.m.Peebles’ Christian Reed, far right, goes airborne for the kill attempt in action from last week’s thrilling five-set sectional final match between the Lady Indians and the New Boston Lady Tigers. In a pressure-packed contest, Reed and the Lady Indians prevailed in five sets, winning the Division IV sectional title and advancing to the district tournament. (Photo by Mark Carpenter)Peebles senior Tatum Arey (32) goes high for the block attempt against New Boston’s Lexus Oiler in the Lady Indians’ exciting five-set win in the Div. IV sectional title game. (Photo by Mark Carpenter) In five sets, Lady Indians capture Division IV sectional championship In instant classic, Peebles girls outlast New Boston. winning fifth set 15-12October 29, 2019Mark CarpenterSports0center_img PreviousLady Devils rout St. Joseph, win Division III sectional titleNextLate pick seals the deal, Greyhounds pick up first win of the season Around the WebThis Video Will Soon Be Banned. Watch Before It’s DeletedSecrets RevealedThis Weird Method Can Restore Your Vision Naturally (Watch)Healthier LivingHave an Enlarged Prostate? Urologist Reveals: Do This Immediately (Watch)Healthier LivingIf You Have Ringing Ears Do This Immediately (Ends Tinnitus)Healthier LivingWomen Only: Stretch This Muscle to Stop Bladder Leakage (Watch)Healthier LivingRemoving Moles & Skin Tags Has Never Been This EasyEssential HealthThe content you see here is paid for by the advertiser or content provider whose link you click on, and is recommended to you by Revcontent. As the leading platform for native advertising and content recommendation, Revcontent uses interest based targeting to select content that we think will be of particular interest to you. We encourage you to view your opt out options in Revcontent’s Privacy PolicyWant your content to appear on sites like this?Increase Your Engagement Now!Want to report this publisher’s content as misinformation?Submit a ReportGot it, thanks!Remove Content Link?Please choose a reason below:Fake NewsMisleadingNot InterestedOffensiveRepetitiveSubmitCancel Top Searches Top Searches MarkCovidCovid 19 last_img read more

Associate Dean for Diversity and Strategic Initiatives

first_imgProgressive administrative experience and a record ofsignificant departmental or university service. Professional Experience and QualificationsPhD or equivalent terminal degree in an engineering or sciencediscipline commensurate for faculty rank in the JonssonSchool. Knowledge of trends, current research, and effective practicesin diversity and broadening participation to support the success ofmarginalized groups in engineering. The Associate Dean will:collaborate with the Dean, the senior Jonsson School leadershipteam, and faculty leadership to envision, strategize and advocatefor measurable actions leading toward greater diversity, equity,and inclusion throughout the Jonsson School.lead the development and implementation of the school’sstrategic commitment to Diversity and Diversity-related policies byestablishing processes and initiatives that foster an inclusivelearning and working environment where all members of the schoolcommunity have an equal opportunity to succeed and feel a sense ofbelonging.serve as the official point-of-contact and representative forall Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and engagement efforts within theSchool.develop, implement, and maintain programs to recruit and retaina diverse talent in the Jonsson School.engage with student organizations to support equityinitiatives.develop evaluation tools and establish metrics to measureprogress and promote continuous assessment and improvement ofdiversity efforts.represent the School at conferences, workshops, and othermeetings of professional societies, and serve as liaison toindustry and government groups on matters related toDiversity.plan and manage Diversity education and training, and delivertraining to Jonsson School faculty and staff.chair the School-wide Diversity Committee.develop and maintain relationships to create innovativepathways to support Diversity. Evidence of excellence in classroom teaching, research, andscholarly work appropriate to qualify the candidate for appointmentas a tenured associate or full professor in one of ourdepartments. Erik Jonsson School of Engineeringand Computer ScienceThe University of Texas atDallascenter_img Individuals from underrepresented populations are stronglyencouraged to apply. Complete applications will include a coverletter, current CV, statement of administrative philosophy andaccomplishments, statement on diversity, equity and inclusion –including past accomplishments and vision, and contact informationfor three references. The Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science atThe University of Texas at Dallas invites applications for theinaugural Associate Dean for Diversity and Strategic Initiatives(DSI), which also includes matters of equity and inclusion. As anewly created role, the Associate Dean will lead the developmentand implementation of strategies to build and maintain a diverseand inclusive faculty, staff and student body and support equity inresearch, teaching, practice and community engagement. This is afull-time position that is 50% administrative and 50% faculty.Faculty appointment will be at a rank consistent withqualifications and experience. Experience working effectively as part of an executiveleadership team characterized by trust, open communication, andshared goals.Effectiveness in managing and building strong workingrelationships at all levels of an organization.Commitment to working with a diverse population of faculty,students and staff. Apply at https://engineering.utdallas.edu/about/careers/last_img read more

Mid-market sales fall off after strong start to 2021

first_img40 Rector Street and Seth Pilevsky (Photos via Google Maps; Literally Stories)Just one mid-market investment sale was recorded in the last week of January across New York City, after three straight weeks of $100 million or more in deals.The latest sale totaled $25 million, for two commercial condo units in the Financial District. The total added to the $412 million in mid-market sales spread across 25 properties that were recorded to start the new year. Mid-market sales are between $10 million and $30 million.The first week of January saw eight deals for $143 million, and it was off to the races until this most recent week.Here are more details for the week ending Jan. 29.Philips International sold two commercial condo units totalling 48,800 square feet at 40 Rector Street in the Financial District. The sale price was $25 million. The buyer was the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America, represented by Mark Bane. Michael Pilevsky signed for the seller.The newly purchased units represent two of three commercial condos that remained unsold in the building, according to a June 2020 amendment to the building’s offering plan.Contact Orion Jones Full Name* Message* This content is for subscribers only.Subscribe Nowcenter_img Read moreMid-market i-sales top $100M for third straight weekMid-market muscles up: $154M in deals last weekMid-market investment sales off to strong start in 2021 Email Address*last_img read more

Sussex County EMS in Delaware Earns First-ever National Accreditation

first_img“This is a tremendous achievement that we, and all of the citizens of Sussex County, should be immensely proud of,” Mr. Vincent said. “We all knew that ours was among the best emergency medical care systems in Delaware, the region, and across the nation. Now, we have independent proof that this is some of the best care that taxpayer dollars can buy.” GEORGETOWN, Del. — Sussex County Emergency Medical Services has earned accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Ambulance Services (CAAS), one of the highest marks a prehospital EMS service can receive when evaluating its operations and the level of service it provides to patients. Re-accreditation by CAAS is required every three years and consists of a comprehensive self-assessment, application and on-site evaluation by industry experts, who verify compliance in clinical standards, operations and risk management, communications, equipment, facilities, as well as community relations and disaster management coordination. For this inaugural accreditation, Sussex County EMS received a perfect score on the evaluation. In addition to CAAS accreditation, Sussex County EMS has earned numerous awards and accolades over the years, including several wins at the annual Journal of Emergency Medical Services games, and recently received the American Heart Association’s Mission Lifeline Gold Plus award for excellence in STEMI (heart attack) care. Sussex County Emergency Medical Services Sussex County Council President Michael H. Vincent congratulated SCEMS on earning its first-ever accreditation, a testament to the hard work of countless dedicated professionals who have worked tirelessly since Sussex County EMS’ founding in 1990 to provide the highest care possible to the citizens and visitors of southern Delaware. CAAS, based in Glenview, Ill., is an independent commission established in 1990 to set a comprehensive series of standards for the ambulance-service industry. These standards often exceed state or local regulations putting a focus on all aspects of ambulance operations. They are designed to increase operational efficiency and clinical quality while decreasing risk and liability to organizations helping to ensure superior patient care, according to the commission. The accreditation, the first ever for Sussex County EMS, only the second advanced life support (ALS) system in Delaware to earn such a distinction, was awarded in late December 2019. It recognizes that Sussex County EMS meets or exceeds nationally-accepted high standards for patient care in the industry. “Our dedication to ensuring that we fulfill our motto of “Caring People, Quality Service” was the key to achieving accreditation,” Sussex County EMS Director Robert Stuart said. “SCEMS is proud that the Commission recognized our commitment to service excellence.”  With more than 20,000 EMS agencies in the United States alone, fewer than 200 agencies in North America currently hold CAAS accreditation. Sussex County EMS is a nationally accredited, County-operated department that augments the local volunteer fire/ambulance service by providing 24-hour-a-day advanced life support care to all of Sussex County with 10 full-time paramedic units, 99 field paramedics, and 17 administrative support staff.last_img read more

University, I4RH discuss Supreme Court’s ruling regarding contraceptive coverage

first_imgThis report was updated at 11:42 a.m. on July 20.The Supreme Court ruled July 8 that employers with religious or moral objections do not have to help provide insurance coverage for contraceptives in the case of The Little Sisters of the Poor v. State of Pennsylvania.This ruling applies to the section of the Affordable Care Act which, as defined under the Obama administration, required businesses to provide free contraceptives under company insurance. The Trump administration first announced it would roll back the birth control mandate in October 2017.University President Fr. John Jenkins praised the Supreme Court for their decision in a statement last week. “Americans of all faiths or none should welcome today’s Supreme Court ruling for upholding religious liberty against government’s interference with the ability to act in accord with religious principles,” he said.When asked for comment, University spokesperson Dennis Brown said it was not immediately clear whether the court’s decision would affect the University’s insurance coverage. “It’s uncertain whether there is an immediate impact on the University,” he said in an email. “It is still being reviewed.”Brown said people who require birth control for medically necessary purposes will still be able to receive contraceptive care under the new ruling. Irish 4 Reproductive Health (I4RH), a nonprofit, independent organization advocating for reproductive health rights at Notre Dame, said the lawsuit did not account for the fact that religious employers serve employees who may not necessarily share their beliefs. Brown did not comment on the status of the lawsuit, saying direct questions should be taken up with I4RH’s lawyers.“Notre Dame’s support of the ruling suggests that the diverse community it vocally celebrates must adhere to its specific set of religious beliefs, thereby diminishing the beliefs of its students, staff, and faculty who may have no qualms over the use of birth control,” the organization said in an email. Currently, “certain forms of IUDs and emergency contraception are not covered at all by University insurance plans,” according to previous Observer reporting. I4RH said the organization wants to see an increased commitment by the University to helping marginalized members of the Notre Dame community, despite the new ruling. “To us, that means making all FDA-approved forms of contraception available without copay to students, staff, and faculty as guaranteed under the ACA,” the email said. “Restricting this right forces religious beliefs on people who may not share them and interferes with medical treatment agreed to between a patient and their medical professional.”In June of 2018, the National Women’s Law Center (NWLC) filed a lawsuit on behalf of I4RH against the University for entering into “an unlawful settlement agreement between the Trump-Pence Administration and Notre Dame to deny students, employees, and their dependents insurance coverage of birth control guaranteed to them by the Affordable Care Act (ACA),” a press release from the NWLC said. The Trump-Pence administration and the University filed to have the suit dismissed. However, in January, I4RH was cleared to move forward with their case. The organization said the lawsuit has not been affected by the Supreme Court’s ruling in this case, and will continue to proceed as planned. “It is important to remember that this ruling is not fully resolved in regards to its constitutionality, nor does it address several of the arguments we are bringing to the court,” the email said. “The Little Sisters v. Pennsylvania ruling did not in any way address the constitutionality of the settlement Notre Dame and the Trump-Pence administration entered into.”I4RH said the lawsuit will not affect their mission to advocate for contraceptive care and reproductive freedom at Notre Dame.“We will continue fighting, in court and out, for access to contraceptive care for people who need it and are unable to access it due to a lack of healthcare on campus,” the email said. “Our current plans are to continue helping the Notre Dame community gain access to sexual health resources and education as safely as possible, as has always been our mission.”Managing Editor Mariah Rush contributed to this report.Tags: birth control, I4RH, Irish 4 Reproductive Health, National Women’s Law Center, Supreme Courtlast_img read more

Weekend Poll Results: Fans Name The Lion King Favorite Animal Kingdom-Inspired Show

first_img 2. Cats — 16% Andrew Lloyd Webber’s mega-musical Cats took second place, thanks to the antics of the irresistible Bustopher Jones, Rum Tum Tugger, Grizabella, Jellylorum, Macavity, Mr. Mistoffelees and friends. Based on the poetry collection Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats by T.S. Eliot, Cats transports audience members to the Heaviside Layer to get up close and personal with the Jellicle felines themselves. View Comments 1. The Lion King — 39% The African Prideland comes to life in Broadway’s hit musical The Lion King, featuring a menagerie of elephants, giraffes, birds, hyenas, zebras, and of course, Pride Rock’s own royal family. Featuring breathtaking costumes by Julie Taymor, The Lion King pays tribute to the entire animal kingdom—it’s no wonder fans voted it their favorite musical named after an animal. 3. War Horse — 11% Featuring innovative creations by the Handspring Puppet Company, War Horse stunned audiences when it opened on Broadway in 2011. Nick Stafford’s moving stage adaptation tells the story of a boy who embarks on a mission to bring his beloved horse home from the frontlines of World War I. This weekend’s Broadway Barks event was a huge success, and leading up to the 15th annual dog and cat adoption extravaganza, we’ve had animals on the brain! Just for fun, our weekend poll asked fans to choose their favorite show featuring a living creature in the title. From The Lion King to One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, find out which shows that pay tribute to the animal kingdom made the top three.last_img read more

Schofield Barracks and Wheeler Army Airfield

first_imgCentrally located on Oahu, on the eastern slope of the Waianae Mountain Range, Schofield Barracks is named in honor of Lt. Gen. John M. Schofield, who, in 1872, recognized the strategic importance of Oahu to the defense of the United States. Construction began on the barracks in 1909.Today, Schofield’s training areas and cantonment area occupies approximately 18,000 acres. Schofield Barracks supports almost 100,000 military personnel, civilians, retired military personnel and their family members. It is home to the 25th Infantry Division.Wheeler Army Airfield was established in 1922. The initial air units stationed at the airfield were photo reconnaissance and fighter squadrons. By 1940, the primary units stationed at Wheeler were fighter squadrons, making it a prime target for the Japanese when they attacked Pearl Harbor in 1941. Wheeler came under the control of the Air Force in 1947 and was returned to the Army in 1991. Wheeler Army Airfield comprises about 1,389 acres of land adjacent to Schofield Barracks, just 20 miles from the state capital of Honolulu. Today, Wheeler Army Airfield is home to the headquarters of U.S. Army Garrison-Hawaii.last_img read more

OPEN MIN.D allows for a new take on the classic road bike with Minimal…

first_imgIn order to get to the comfort desired for the bike, OPEN opted for an integrated seat mast approach with a vert skinny 25mm diameter. Thanks to the lack of seat post/seat tube overlap, and the thinner profile that extends all the way to the saddle, OPEN claims this design is much better in terms of comfort.However, you do have to cut it to fit which gives you 15mm of adjustment after the cut. If you adhere to the ‘Measure Once Cut Twice design’ principle, then OPEN offers their MOCT saddle clamp which gives you 15-35mm of adjustment, which may come in handy if you ever want to sell the bike to someone with longer legs. The Ritchey saddle rail clamp includes side plates for standard round and oval carbon rails as well.Giving it what they refer to as ‘New Road Handling,” the MIN.D geometry started as a steel test mule with adjustable dropouts and headtube angles. Sold in four sizes, most use a 72.5° head tube angle and a 73.5° seat tube angle, 71mm BB drop, and a fit that is somewhere between racer and full comfort road.Offered in a single stock Midnight Blue color, the framesets are also available in their popular RTP or Ready To Paint Option – which allows you to create your own custom finish design with a painter of your choice.OPEN frames usually command a premium price, and this one is no different. The frameset is priced at $3,600 and includes the frame and fork, a headset, seat tube top clamp, rail clamp, thru-axles, 2 RD hangers, 2 MultiStops (Di2, eTap), cable exit stop, noise-reduction foam sleeves, bottle cage bolts, and manual. Available for pre-order now, framesets will begin shipping in July 2020.opencycle.com Up front, the new R-Turn fork brings their U-Turn fork design to the pure road segment. OPEN’s Smartmount system allows for the use of 160mm rotors without any adapters, meaning the caliper bolts directly to the fork. That means you can’t run 140mm rotors, but OPEN says you should be running 160mm anyway given the better braking performance with minimal weight penalty. The same system is used for the rear brake mount as well.The full carbon fork uses a tapered steerer with a Cane Creek Integrated IS42/28.6 upper, and OPEN-Custom integrated IS47/38 headset lower headset. With an uncut steerer, the fork has a 335g claimed weight. Running 100 x 12 and 142 x 12 thru Carbon-Ti thru axles at each end, the frame offers clearance for up to 32mm tires on modern, wide rims for added comfort. A BB386EVO pressfit bottom bracket is found, and the frame has provisions for 1x mechanical, 2x mechanical (Shimano only), and Di2, eTap, and EPS drivetrains.center_img When you think of the classic road bike, what do you picture in your mind? With an OPEN MIN.D, you end up with something with classic road bike lines, but modern performance and fitments. Something OPEN refers to as MINimal Design, or MIN.D.OPEN has made their mark on the world of cycling with bikes that can accept large tires and occupy the sort of all road/gravel and true off-road spectrum of bike design, but the company’s founders Andy Kessler & Gerard Vroomen have a deep road cycling background from their time at Cervélo and BMC. While gravel is certainly an exciting new world, they mention that they will always have the road bike bug. So the OPEN MIN.D was sort of the answer to what kind of road bike would they want to ride? It’s hard to beat the classic lines of traditional road bikes, but the final product needed modern pure road performance without sacrificing comfort.The resulting bike offers what they refer to as Minimal Design – a light weight, sleek road frame that offers comfort without resorting to “gimmicks”, with a “restrained appearance, that underneath is all business.” OPEN claims that for medium frame only with paint, uncut seat mast, and without metal parts, you can expect a respectable weight of 870g.last_img read more

Nikki M. James, Brandon Victor Dixon and Montego Glover Join Michael James Scott for #LiveatFive Roundtable Discussion

first_img Montego Glover As previously announced, Aladdin star Michael James Scott has joined the team of Broadway.com’s popular daily live news show #LiveatFive to host a weekly roundtable discussion with notable theater stars. This week’s episode will air on June 16 at 5PM ET and feature Tony-nominated performers Brandon Victor Dixon and Montego Glover and Tony winner Nikki M. James. Each #LiveatFive episode will be broadcast live on Broadway.com’s Facebook and YouTube account. The interview will also become available as a podcast on iTunes and Spotify.Dixon was most recently seen on Broadway in his Tony-nominated turn as Eubie Blake in Shuffle Along, Or The Making of the Musical Sensation of 1921 and All That Followed. He also earned a nomination for appearing in the original Broadway production of The Color Purple. Dixon’s other Broadway credits include a starring turn as Aaron Burr in Hamilton and being part of the Tony-winning producing team for Hedwig and the Angry Inch. He earned an Emmy nomination for his portrayal of Judas Iscariot in NBC’s live concert version of Jesus Christ Superstar.Glover earned a Tony nomination for starring in Memphis and has previously been seen in Les Misérable, The Color Purple and It Shoulda Been You. She played Angelica Schuyler in the Chicago production of Hamilton and recently starred in this season’s All the Natalie Portmans off-Broadway, which earned her recognition at this years’ Outer Critics Circle Awards.James received a Tony Award in 2011 for her featured turn as Nabulungi in The Book of Mormon. Her other Broadway credits include Les Misérables, All Shook Up and The Adventures of Tom Sawyer. James also was the assistant director for the Tony-winning revival of Once On This Island in 2018.Scott has been Aladdin’s Genie since the show premiered on Broadway in 2014. Originally acting as a standby, Scott went on to lead the Australian, national tour and Broadway productions. He has previously been seen on Broadway in Something Rotten, The Book of Mormon, Hair, Mamma Mia and more. He joins the Broadway.com team as a moderator for the #LiveatFive roundtable. Nikki M. James from $57.50 Related Shows Michael James Scott Brandon Victor Dixon Star Files View All (4) Aladdin View Commentslast_img read more