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Voodoo Dead Announces New Orleans Late Night Shows During Jazz Fest

first_imgVoodoo Dead has announced a pair of late-night shows in New Orleans during Jazz Fest, set to take place on May 4th and 5th, 2019 at the Republic NOLA. This year’s lineup, consisting of Steve Kimock, George Porter Jr., Al Schnier, Jeff Chimenti, and John Kimock, will honor the music of both New Orleans and the Grateful Dead.Voodoo Dead recently wrapped up a three-night Colorado run of shows, with bassist Oteil Burbridge and guitarist/keyboardist Jackie Greene in the mix. The five-piece dug deep into the Grateful Dead and Jerry Garcia’s repertoires in addition to a mix of cover selections throughout the entirety of the weekend’s shows.Tickets for Voodoo Dead’s upcoming late-night shows in New Orleans go on to the general public this Friday, December 14th at 12 p.m. (CST) here.last_img read more

Fest Gear

first_img1. Outdoor Research TerminiIn the thick of summer, the Termini is just what you need to get through long days of festing. Despite the casual look, it’s made of technical, extremely lightweight nylon with an airy fit that will let what little wind’s out there reach you for sweet relief. Add odor control treatment and UPF 30 sun protection, and you’ve found the shirt that will carry you through the weekend. $65; outdoorresearch.com2. Chaco UpdraftA revamped take on the classic Chaco, the Updraft features a lighter streamlined sole with a comfortably sculpted platform that cradles your foot and the expected grippy Vibram® traction on the bottom that you can’t live without. $110; chacos.com3. Kelty LumaSpot RhythmPerfect for campsite illumination and background tunes, the LumaSpot Rhythm is a versatile lantern with a bright, movable spotlight mounted to the top and a built-in MP3 player to keep the jams rolling all night. Bonus feature: multi-colored LED’s can be set to disco mode for your late night campsite dance party. $65; kelty.com4. Sierra Yahi 6 TentTake advantage of basecamp-style festy camping and stretch out with the Yahi 6. The border pole design pops quickly and delivers plenty of room for the whole family or a handful of close friends and a cooler. Two doors and two vestibules mean easy entry and exit, as well as simple organization of gear and other festival essentials. $399; sierradesigns.com5. Crazy Creek New Hex 2.0There’s no hassle bringing the New Hex 2.0 out to the main stage for a set of bluegrass. The lightweight camp chair features high-density core foam for long stints of comfortable chillaxing with your favorite tunes. Plus, when it’s time to bounce around the grounds, it rolls up to only four inches in diameter. $40; crazycreek.com6. Eagles Nest Outfitter SlackWireIn between sets, hook up the SlackWire and challenge your friends to a balance competition. See who has the strongest core with this slacklining wire that sets up in minutes and comes in a convenient carrying case for festy transport. $60; eaglesnestoutfittersinc.com 7. Eureka Sawtooth 45LEureka makes its first foray into backpacks with the Sawtooth, a rugged, durable, and affordable overnight pack. Extensive exterior pocketing keeps water bottles and maps within easy reach, and the roomy interior stows a week’s worth of gear and food. $109; eureka.com8. Scarpa SparkAnother crossover company, Scarpa has long been known for its tough hiking and mountaineering footwear. Now it has released its first trail shoe. The Spark weighs in at a lean 9.7 ounces, yet it has plenty of grip and support for rugged Blue Ridge trails. A minimalist design and a sturdy sole make the Spark a quick, nimble trail shoe for running, fastpacking, or day hiking. Eco-bonus: the Spark is made of 40 percent recycled materials. $115; scarpa.com9. Pura Water BottleMany water bottles claim to be BPA-free, but Pura ensures that every component—from lid to lining—is made from 100%, BPA-free stainless steel. Even the lid is steel, ensuring no sneaky endocrine disruptors leach into your water. It’s also 100% recyclable and made from 60% recycled steel. No other water bottle offers the safety and durability of the Pura. $25; purastainless.com10. Anarchy McCoy SunglassesLightweight and flexible, the McCoys withstood a week of getting smashed, crunched, and sat on. Named after Steve McCoy from the 1972 movie The Getaway, these classic shades provide complete UV protection, and the polarized lenses are especially impressive behind the wheel. Rugged and durable, they didn’t break or scratch after a road trip that involved multiple cars, hikes, and kids. $40; anarchyeyewear.com11. Outdoor Research Helium JacketIt’s as light as its name. The Helium compresses into its own pocket so small that it’s barely noticeable, yet the durable storm shell protects hikers from sudden downpours or cold fronts. The elastic cuffs and drawcord ensure weather-tight shielding. $130; outdooresearch.com12. Carhartt Canvas Cargo PantsCarhartt is synoymous with rugged durability, and the cargo pants live up to the Carhartt legacy. They are ideal for rugged adventure. Made of 7.5-ounce, 100% ring-spun cotton, they offer thigh, multiple tool, and utility pockets and a right leg utility band. They’re quite simply the toughest pants on the planet, yet the cotton is comfortable and lightweight. Wear them on and off the trail for durable, long-lasting comfort and style. $82; carhartt.comClick here for our full list of festivals!last_img read more

My mother wants me dead -Adebayor

first_imgAdebayor and his family’s brouhaha has been the hot topic during an interview with his family members on local radio station Thursday afternoon.”Look, my brother, let me tell you something….My mum wants me dead!” he said.The Sports show witnessed Adebeyor in a verbal exchanged with his family members.The arguments went far to the extent that he revealed the financial efforts he has so far put in his family; monthly remittances and other unbudgeted expenditure.”I sponsored my brother, Peter to abroad to ply a trade but things came to a standstill. Any effort I put in my family went to no avail. My family wants me to put £3 Million on the table. I do send my mum $2,000 dollars monthly but she always complain that it’s not enough. I helped all my brothers including my sisters Margrete (Agnes) and Linda” Adebayor saidBut upon all this, Ahebayor thinks his family squanders his hard earning income and furthermore plotting juju against his personality and career. “Look, when I was playing in Real Madrid, my mum wrote letter to my management to sack me just after the death of my brother” he claimed.His family however, wants him to keep remitting since they have no source of income. Abeiku Santana, a radio personality and the host of “Ekwan so dwoodwo” intervened in the issue to figure out how the family grumble could be solved amicably.Adebayor calmly accepted Abeiku’s proposal and assured him of his 100% cooperation.last_img read more

Big Match Preview: ‘Coachless’ Mauritius meet ‘distracted’ Ghana in Accra

first_imgAfcon 2017 qualifierMatch: Ghana v MauritusVenue: Accra Sports StadiumTime: 1530GMT–Mauritius arrived in Ghana on Thursday, trained on Friday and looked decidedly determined to cause an upset.But the Black Stars, playing in Accra for the first in Accra in close to three years, want to send a message to the rest of Group H.Not that the Mauritius skipper cares much about that.Captain Jonathan Bru: ‘‘We are here to play as we used to do. We are going to try to do a miracle because we know Ghana is a strong team and is one of the best teams in Africa. But we are going to do everything to try win a point at least or the three points.”Venue advantage The last time the Stars played a qualifier in Accra was on September 8, 2012 when they beat Malawi 2-0 en route to qualifying for the 2013 Afcon.The capital city has historically not been a good grounds for the Black Stars, with Kumasi having pride of place due to a seeming better atmosphere it offers the team.But in the last year, the Garden City has also had a tetchy relationship with the Black Stars in the run to qualify for the last Afcon leading to the GFA’s decision to opt for Tamale.“We have not played in Accra for a very long time and if my memory serves me right is been more than two years since we last played here,” Ghana skipper Asamoah Gyan said.“[Playing in venues across Ghana] is a policy implemented by the officials to rotate all our home games, in the past two years, we have played in Kumasi and Tamale and if we are coming to Accra I think it is in the right direction. “For us as players we are comfortable with any venue the authorities tell us to play. This is Ghana and we know we have the support of our people so I expect to see the fans come in their numbers on Sunday.”It’s been rainy so far this month, and weather-permitting, Gyan will get his wish of a good turnout.Not much to loseMeanwhile, Mauritius’ Bru (in red, above) wants his team, who don’t have a recognisable coach at the moment, to stun the home crowd. ‘‘I played with John Boye in France nine years ago, and I know he is a strong defender, Dede Ayew too is good but he will not play this game, but we have some players as well and we can surprise them and do something here.Mauritius are chasing a second Afcon appearance since 1974, but as far as Ghana midfielder Emmanuel Agyemang Badu is concerned, the three points must be bagged.”Normally, qualifiers can be tricky especially, because we are in a league format,” Badu told Cafonline.com.”For us, we have decided not to depend on any ifs or buts. We want to take our destiny into our own hands and qualify as quickly as possible. We will rather qualify well in time than depend on calculations or arithmetic later on.”This means we must start getting every point out of every match and off each team we approach and that starts with Mauritius.” Ghana will know by now that in other groups, Tunisia have scored eight while Cape Verde got seven against their respective opposition, and so the Stars will be expected to really get in the goals on Sunday.They’d have to, if a seventh straight Afcon appearance since 2006 is to be the result of this qualifying campaign.Distraction of politicsRwanda host Mozambique in the group’s other game and Ghana need every ounce of concentration they can muster. But Avram Grant has not been happy.Between Wednesday night and Thursday, the government of Ghana released a long-awaited White Paper over the work of a Presidential Commission of Inquiry’s report into the country’s flawed participation in the last World Cup. The country’s media, understandably, veered towards dissecting the sensational contents of the 23-paged report, rather than the qualifier. “I do not worry about the document because I don’t know what is in it but I don’t think it is fair to release it with three days to a game like this,” he said at a pre-match press briefing.With the report encouraging investigation into alleged financial malfeasance on the part of top sporting officials and also touching on various aspects of the Black Stars, Avram has been worried about distractions.“Why did the people wait with three days to the game before releasing it?“My players are matured and it cannot derail them but I think it has taken all the attention from the game.”Team news There are no injuries to report from either camp. But it is the coaching situation of the islanders that is intriguing. They recently appointed a trio of coaches – Alain Happe, Akbar Patel and Désiré L’Enclume – following the exit of Didier Six a couple of weeks ago.It is not clear who the head coach is, but the trio have all had a hand in prepping the team.  “The question of their quality does not arise. Ghana is a big team, being runner-up to the Africa title. We must not forget that Ghana has a significant African presence, with constant results. We have before us players who play in Europe – with Gyan, Ayew and others,” admits Alain Happe (pictured below). “Ghana are the favourites in Group H. Maybe they’ll give us a superiority complex. It’s true that the game will not be easy but that does not mean I think we have no chance. In a match, anything can happen. First and foremost, we want to offer the best possible opposition,” Happe concluded.LeaderlessFormer France international Didier Six was sacked last month by the country’s football association.It followed his suspension ‘for unacceptable behaviour’ at the Southern African championship, the Cosafa Cup.”He [Six] informally said that he didn’t want to continue after the defeat against Zimbabwe in the Cosafa Cup,” MFA president Sameer Sobha said.”But he never informed the MFA officially of his decision and did not attend the training.”Sobha added that Six has not returned to Mauritius as far as he is aware and hence his dismissal.The 60-year-old, who was appointed in January, was also fined US$2,000 for his poor behaviour at the tournament as he was sent off during his side’s 2-0 defeat by Namibia.For the dead and injuredIt’s been a tough week for Ghana, who ended three days of national mourning following the deadly floods and fire that hit the capital a week ago.Official figures say 150 people died, but many believe it is upwards of 200. In response, the Black Stars visited the site of the fire explosion in the heart of Accra, donating the equivalent of $11,500 (GHS 50,000) to those affected.The players have variously said this qualifier will be played in the spirit of remembering the fallen and the injured, and black armbands are expected to be worn to mark the twin disasters.–CLICK HERE FOR A REPORT OF ALL THE QUALIFIERS SO FAR–Follow Gary on Twitter: @garyalsmithlast_img read more

Imani Christian Academy captures Connie Hawkins Summer League Crown

first_imgCHAMPS—IMANI CHRISTIAN ACADEMY The second semifinals game had the second seed Pittsburgh Pressure against Umoja. This game was a back-and-forth battle throughout that ended up going into overtime. The Pressure was led by Jack Marold, who had 10 points, two of which were scored in overtime. Joey Kusserow helped out with nine points. For Umoja, it was the Sean Lyons show throughout the whole game. He led all scorers with 20 points, six of which were scored in last four minutes to help send the game in overtime.In overtime Umoja was unable to continue to the success they were having late in the second half. They were getting tired and Lyons was unable to get free for good shots.The Pressure scored four points and that was enough to give them the 50-46 victory.Then it was time for the championship game.With a packed house, the two best teams all season were going to battle it out to see who was best. Throughout the first half and early parts of the second half there was no clear cut better team. No team had a lead bigger than four until midway through the second half.That was when the Pressure figured out what Imani was doing. They went on a great stretch where Imani couldn’t figure out their offense and they were playing some great team defense. However, after an Imani timeout they came out more focused on defense. With the help of Harris, who was later named MVP of the tournament, they were able to get back into the game.Harris finished with 10 points, seven of them coming in the second half. When Harris started to pick his game up that was when the whole team picked up their game as well. They were playing better defense and moving the ball a lot better on offense. That proved to be too much for the Pressure, who were trying to do it with only six players on their team.With Harris leading the way, Imani went on win the Connie Hawkins Youth Championship 45-36. by Anthony J. SchererFor New Pittsburgh Courier It was championship week for the Connie Hawkins Youth Summer League. The semifinals took place at the Penn Hills YMCA where the four top teams would face off to see who the best was.In the first game number one seed Imani went up against the four seed Rise High. Imani was led by Daylon Harris who had 18 points and Aidan Howard who added another 11 points. The combination of Harris and Howard was too much for Rise High. With only five players available, Rise High needed a boost and got it from Alex Kasardo, who scored 13 of the teams 29 points. But with Harris and Howard leading the way, Imani breezed into the finals by the score of 50-29.last_img read more

University Prep now 5-0 after important, 40-6 win over Allderdice

first_imgUNIVERSITY PREP’S MICHAEL SNOWDEN, left, an Akron recruit, shoves away Allderdice’s Latrell Childs en route to USO’s 40-6 win over Allderdice, Sept. 20. (Photos by Courier photographer Andre Swinton Jr.)by Courier Newsroom WHILE BOTH ALLDERDICE AND UNIVERSITY PREP fought valiantly, it was U-Prep, also known as USO, with the big, 40-6 victory, Sept. 20, on the South Side. UNIVERSITY PREP’S MESSIAH WILKERSONcenter_img Like us at https://www.facebook.com/pages/New-Pittsburgh-Courier/143866755628836?ref=hlFollow @NewPghCourier on Twitter  https://twitter.com/NewPghCourierlast_img

Fast-moving Fire Destroys Little Silver Home

first_imgUPDATED STORYBy John BurtonPhotos by Scott LongfieldLITTLE SILVER — Carriage House Way is a narrow little street off of Silverside Avenue that the casual passerby might not even notice.But last Saturday, the street filled with emergency vehicles as a raging fire claimed a 120 year old house, the home of a family of six and two cats.Police and fire officials received a call about the fire at approximately 1:16 p.m. last Saturday Police Chief Daniel Shaffrey said.“When the first patrol arrived on the scene, it was going pretty good,” Shaffrey said on Monday. “It had already breached the house. It was external.”By that point, “It was a wall of flames,”he said.The home belonged to Joseph and Donna Loftus, who lived there with their four children, two of whom are college age and away at school.Firefighters from the local department were joined by members of the Long Branch, Oceanport, Fair Haven, Neptune, Wayside, West Long Branch departments, many of which were contacted because they had sufficiently tall aerial ladder trucks to reach the house’s upper floors, if needed, as they fought the blaze, according to Shaffrey.Also on hand, the chief said, were representatives of the Red Cross, the Monmouth County Fire Marshal; and Red Bank’s fire department which provided on-call assistance while the local department was occupied.According to the initial investigation, it appears that the fire started in the kitchen, located in the northeast front corner of the house, when lit candles ignited window curtains in the kitchen, which accelerated pretty quickly, Shaffrey said.Donna Loftus was home with two housekeepers at the time and they were making preparations for a party that evening, the chief said. One of the Loftus’s sons ran outside to all 911.The fire destroyed the home, Shaffrey said. “It was a total loss.”The age of the home and its style of construction contributed to the rapid spread of the fire and the extensive damage it caused, officials said.The home was a Queen Ann-style Victorian. said Carolynn Ozar-Diakon, a family friend who sold the family the home.Houses of that age relied on what Shaffrey called balloon frame construction which did not incorporate fire breaks to slow the spread of a fire. “Which would explain the rapid acceleration,” he said.Those in the house were able to escape unharmed, though the two family cats have not been found, Shaffrey said.One firefighter received burns for which he was treated and released, the chief said.On Monday fire department members and a demolition company were on site to go through the building extinguishing any remaining “hot spots,” Shaffrey said.“It looked like as nasty a house fire as you could get,” said Mayor Robert Neff Jr., who knows the family through their children and school activities. Neff arrived as the fire was being brought under control, standing on the front lawn with Joseph Loftus, as Loftus thanked the fire members and police for their hard work. “He was grateful,” Neff said, “and couldn’t have said nicer things about everyone.”“Now the work starts as they try to get back on their feet,” after losing all of their personal effects, Neff noted.To that end, Ozar-Diakon and the local PTO have commenced a campaign to assist the family, collecting gift cards.“Obviously, they are not without means, they have insurance,” Ozar-Diakon said, but noting, “when your house burns down, everything you own is inside of it,” such as ID’s, credit cards, check books, clothing. “I thought gift cards would be a really good stopgap for them,” she said.Ozar-Diakon also thought people may like to help the Loftuses with Christmas decorations. “Because they’re going to be in a rental somewhere,” she said. “Not a very nice thing to happen right before Christmas.”The family is currently staying with friends, Ozar-Diakon said. And they hope to find something permanent in Little Silver, according to Neff.“I think they’re a little a little bit in shock,” she said, “but they realize they have to get on with what’s in front of them now.”Anyone wishing to donate decorations or gift cards can contact Ozar-Diakon at her office, 112 East River Road, Rumson.last_img read more

Sea Wall Plan Can Move Forward

first_imgNo date has been set to begin the project and Hanja explained, “The contractor’s schedule, to some degree, dictates when this can get started.”Monmouth Beach’s civil engineer, Bonnie Heard, said there are environmental restrictions for that water-front area, preventing the work to proceed from the end of March until September. “I would think September,” the project would move forward, Heard suspected.“We’re concerned about the timing impacting our summer beach season,” Long acknowledged. “But we have assurances from the DEP that they will work with us to minimize any negative impact.”Long said a pre-construction meeting was planned with the contractor and borough and state officials later this week.The stone seawall dates back to at least the early 1940s, according to some sources. It was built to protect the tracks for the Central Jersey Railroad, which ran a line along Ocean Avenue from Sandy Hook to Long Branch.The wall’s gap in Sea Bright was to accommodate the Octagon Hotel, a large beachfront resort at the time.This article was first published in the April 6-13, 2017 print edition of The Two River Times. “Sea Bright has identified this as a critical project going forward after Sandy because of the damage that we sustained during the storm surge,” said Sea Bright Mayor Dina Long this week.During Sandy, that gap in Sea Bright’s wall created a funnel effect accelerating the velocity of the water, with the tidal surge rushing into the downtown commercial and residential properties in the area. That surge and flooding caused millions of dollars in damages, in some cases destroying structures, and displacing residents and business owners for many months.Monmouth Beach had less damage than Sea Bright, but damage nonetheless. Howard remembered that, because of the open area, “FEMA knows more damage was sustained coming from the ocean at the bathing pavilion down Valentine Street.” She believes it motivated the federal agency to advance this project. “By closing these gaps, it will absolutely protect these areas,” said Monmouth Beach Mayor Susan Howard.The project was initially announced in August 2014. According to the DEP’s press release at the time, the state would contribute $8.5 million toward the overall approximate $28 million project and it was expected to go out to bid later in 2014 with construction commencing in 2016. FEMA and the state DEP are cooperating in a project, originally announced in 2014, that would build a new section of the pro- tective sea wall in the area of the Monmouth Beach bathing pavilion on Ocean Avenue. Photo by Nikole J. GhirardiThe project, however, was stalled by a lawsuit brought by one of the contract bidders, which objected to the criteria the DEP used to award the contract to another company, the lowest bidder, with the plaintiff also arguing the winning contractor’s bid was materially deficient because it failed to meet the contract specifications. The Appellate Court on March 29 rejected the argument, ruling in favor of the state and the winning contractor, JFC Construction, Jersey City.As the legal wrangling played out, the DEP installed a temporary metal sheet wall in the gap area in Sea Bright as a stopgap measure, according to Long.Lawrence Hanja, a DEP spokesman, said the contractor was notified following the court ruling and, “We’ll be looking to mobilize to begin the process as soon as possible.” By John Burton | The long-delayed protective sea wall project will proceed in both Sea Bright and Monmouth Beach, following last week’s ruling by a state Superior Appellant Court.The court ruled in favor of the state Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) in a lawsuit brought by one of the project bidders. The ruling now allows the protracted repair and building project to finally move forward on portions of the stone sea wall running along Ocean Avenue/Route 36 in Monmouth Beach and Sea Bright.The project is being done in cooperation with the DEP and with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and would repair portions of the wall damaged by Super Storm Sandy on Oct. 29, 2012.Along with patching and repairing sections of the wall, the major portion of the project involves constructing the wall in stretches where it hadn’t previously existed. In Sea Bright that area is the approximately 1,000-foot stretch on the eastern side of Ocean Avenue facing the public beach in the downtown business district. In Monmouth Beach, plans call for the construction of a 675-foot section of wall in the vicinity of the Monmouth Beach bathing pavilion, a borough-owned and operated beach and pool club at 29 Ocean Ave.last_img read more

Birchbank’s McKay tops Balfour as West Kootenay Junior Golf Season opens

first_imgTyler McKay teed off the 2013 West Kootenay Junior Golf Circuit with a win Saturday at the Balfour Golf Course.The Birchbank player fired a 3-over-par 75 to win the 18-hole tournament going away.Brenan Moroney of Birchbank was second at 82 with David Launier of Rock Creek and Trevor Browell tied for third at 85.Launier defeated Browell on the first playoff hole to capture the 15-16-year-old division crown.Moroney won the 17-18-year-old category.Nathan Griffioen of Creston, with an 88 edged Aiden Browell of Champion Lake by a stroke to claim the under-14 division. The circuit shifts to Christina Lake Sunday.Rossland Royals win local high school tournamentThe Rossland Royals combined for a team total 335 to win the top prize at the J. Lloyd Crowe/Rossland Royals High School Invitational Golf Tournament Friday at Birchbank Golf and Country Club.It was the third tournament win of the season for the Royals, finishing the day with a team total 335. J Lloyd Crowe Hawks took second at 359 followed in third by Nakusp at 364.Eight teams flocked to the Birchbank course for the tournament.Most players struggled through the 18 holes with Rossland’s Braden McKay winning the low gross title with an 80.Brenan Moroney and Tyler McKay both tied for second with 82’s.Crowe’s Ryan Fullerton finished fourth overall with an 84 while teammate Alex Rugg took eighth with an 88.last_img read more

RODEO DRIVE STAKES QUOTES – September 26, 2015

first_imgVICTOR ESPINOZA, HARD NOT TO LIKE: “She was too much in the bridle. Right out of the gate I tried to save ground and go to the inside and she was doing good but as soon as she crossed the dirt she grabbed the bridle and I couldn’t relax her.“She got strong and finally on the backside I gave into her a little bit to help her out and hopefully help relax her but when I gave her the go-ahead she didn’t want to run.” JOCKEY QUOTESDRAYDEN VAN DYKE, PHOTO CALL, WINNER: “I picked up the mount from Graham (Motion, trainer.) He’s been very nice to me and given me some nice horses, given me a lot of opportunities. Graham told me to place her behind the lead horses and just try to get her to shut off as much as possible. In her last race she was pretty sharp the whole way. She was tugging on me a little but we got into a nice, happy rhythm.“The stretch was a bit hairy. I went down to the inside hoping Joe (Talamo on Fanticola) would float off of the rail a little bit but he never did. I had to cut back and luckily she was brave enough to go through. Not a lot of fillies are brave enough to go through a hole like that but she just rocketed through there and I was lucky to get the good trip.” TRAINER QUOTES NOTES: Winning owner Mrs. P.K. Cooper is from Lewisville, PA. ANNE SINCHAK (ASSISTANT TO GRAHAM MOTION), PHOTO CALL, WINNER: “She’s been a class act. She loves the track, she loves the heat, and it’s beautiful here. You just have to keep them happy, and they’ll run the way they like to.“I think the race just fit. She’s been training well, and Graham seems to like it here – we do well here. It fit well in her schedule, and it’s a ‘Win and You’re In’ race.”last_img read more