Roanoke Launches Bike Share

first_imgIn April, Roanoke, Virginia will install a bike share system similar to those found in New York and D.C. Bike Share will place 50 bicycles at 10 stations throughout the city, allowing anyone to use them and drop them off.  Private donors contributed money to purchase the bikes and bike stations that will be set up around the city of 97,032. Roanoke is one of the smallest cities to adopt a Bike Share program.“It’s a small enough city that you can get from point A to Point B and you can do your shopping you can run your errands you can do whatever you have to on a bike,” said Chris Heslin, owner of UnderDog Bikes, told Roanoke news station WDBJ.Pricing has not yet been determined. In D.C., Bike Share is free for the first half-hour and increases to a few dollars per hour. Annual and 3-day passes for Bike Share are also offered at discounted rates.Learn more here.last_img

Giants’ emotional win a preview of the painful days that lie ahead

first_imgNEW YORK — His players circled around him in the visiting clubhouse last night, dousing an unsuspecting Bruce Bochy with Budweiser.His coaching staff gathered in his office, sharing a toast of top shelf Kentucky bourbon as the manager dried off from his beer bath.Bochy’s starter, the ace who has won more games for him than any other pitcher in his career, stood in front of his locker to reflect on a friendship rather than his performance.“He’s a great manager,” Madison Bumgarner said. “But …last_img

Jordan Bell explains why he chose to join Minnesota Timberwolves

first_imgUnlike perhaps other young NBA players in his position as a free agent, Jordan Bell did not seek long-term security. Nor did he consume himself with how he could fatten his wallet.When Bell accepted a one-year deal with the Minnesota Timberwolves on the veteran’s minimum, it reflected his hope to satisfy something that he did not experience consistently through two seasons with the Warriors.“An opportunity just to play,” Bell said in a phone interview with Bay Area News Group. “Money wasn’t …last_img

2015 Junior Goat Show results

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Grand Champion Junior Wether Goat: Paige Pence, Clark Co.Reserve Champion Junior Wether Goat : Zach Johnson, Clinton Co.3. Megan Gibboney, Franklin Co.4. Cami Reveal, Clinton Co.5. Taylor Carr, Athens Co.Numbers continue to climb in the Junior Wether Goat Show with more than 300 entries this year. This is also the first year for an Outstanding Market Exhibitor competition for goats due to sufficient funds being raised at the Sale of Champions.Junior Wether Goat Show resultsHeavyweight Champion: Megan Gibboney, Franklin Co.Heavyweight Reserve Champion: Taylor Carr, Athens Co.Middleweight Champion: Paige Pence, Clark Co.Middleweight Reserve Champion: Taylor Carr, Athens Co.Lightweight Champion: Zach Johnson, Clinton Co.Lightweight Reserve Champion: Cami Reveal, Clinton Co. Junior Dairy Goat resultsAlpineChampion: Drew Buroker, Logan Co.Reserve Champion: Drew Buroker, Logan Co. LamanchaChampion: Alexandrea Stewart, Ross Co.Reserve Champion: Alexandrea Stewart, Ross Co. AOBChampion: Jacob Serio, KnoxReserve Champion: Olivia Serio, Knox Co. NubianChampion: Robert Spitler, Preble Co.Reserve Champion: Robert Spitler, Preble Co. Recorded GradeChampion: Tristan Cox, Hancock CountyReserve Champion: Lauren Davis, Clinton Co. SaanenChampion: Kolton Baer, Trumbull Co.Reserve Champion: Jenna Johnson, Delaware Co. ToggenburgChampion: Robert Spitler, Preble Co.Reserve Champion: Robert Spitler, Preble Co. Cami Reveal, Clinton County, won Class 3 with her lightweight wether. Class 4 Isaac Beal, Miami County, shows his lightweight wether. Class 4 Heather Cade, Delaware County, was the intermediate dairy goat showmanship winner. Here she is helping to show the Lamancha Breeder’s Choice Trio winners in the Open Show with McKinley Roll and Julie Lucas from Delaware County. Drew Buroker, 15, from Logan County, had the Alpine Champion and Reserve Champion in the Junior Dairy Goat Show. This AOB class in the Open show was won by Regina Bauscher with her Nigerian Dwarf in first and Ashley Siferd’s Oberhasli in second. Eli Hollingsworth, from Champaign County, works hard to get his goat positioned for the judge. Katie Egbert from Shelby County won her class in the middleweight division. Olivia McDade form Dark County was the Class 11 class winner. Paige Pence from Clark County had the Middleweight Champion. Taylor Carr from Athens County had the Middleweight Reserve Champion. Heavyweights Heavyweight Reserve Champion: Taylor Carr, Athens Co. Zach Johnson watches the judge.last_img read more

GIVEAWAY! Win Retrograde – A Vintage Film Plugin for FCPX

first_imgGive your video footage a vintage film look with Retrograde, a film emulator for Final Cut Pro X. We’ve got 5 copies to give away!Retro looks are all the rage.  Instagram, Hipstamatic…Retrograde.Want to give your footage a cool vintage film look?  Crumplepop and Red Giant Software, makers of quality post production plugins and effects have released Retrograde – a vintage film emulator for FCPX.Crumplepop has provided us with 5 copies of Retrograde to give away!  Enter to win by following Premiumbeat and tweeting the message below!  You have until midnight on Friday, October 26th to send the tweet.  Winners will be contacted on the 27th.  Only enter once!  Multiple entries will be disqualified.1. Follow us on Twitter 2. Tweet the Following:GIVEAWAY! I just entered to win Retrograde for FCPX from @CrumplePop & @Premiumbeat! #RetrogradeYou can quickly give your footage an 8mm or 16mm film look by dragging and dropping Retrograde onto your footage in Final Cut Pro X.  You’ll get the trademarks of shooting with analog film – grain, dust, scratches and a vintage tinged color palette.  No need to layer filters and effects.This FCPX effects pack was created using real analog source material giving it an organic analog effect.  Customize and tweak the effect to achieve your own unique look.DOWNLOAD RETROGRADE for $49 or test out the free trial.Retrograde in action:The Making of Retrograde:last_img read more

BCCI invites Indian hockey team to watch Bangladesh match

first_imgNew Delhi, Mar 23 (PTI) In a novel gesture, the BCCI today invited the national hockey team as special guests to watch the Indian cricket teams ICC World T20 group league encounter against Bangladesh at the Chinnaswamy Stadium. This is the first time that BCCI has officially invited a full national team of another sport to come and watch a match at the global event. The Indian hockey team led by Sardar Singh is currently having a national camp in the Garden City ahead of their Sultan Azlan Shah Trophy encounter in Ipoh (Malaysia). Sardar confirmed that they have indeed received invitation from the BCCI secretary Anurag Thakur to come and support Mahendra Singh Dhoni and his boys. “Yes, the invite came from the BCCI secretary. It has been a nice gesture on the part of the cricket board. We would be cheering the national team from the stands,” Sardar told PTI today. It has been learnt that BCCI has arranged for VIP tickets as well as for the transportation of the entire hockey team. “The initiative was taken by Mr Thakur after he came to know that the hockey players are in Bengaluru,” a Hockey India official said on conditions of anonymity. The Indian hockey team was last time seen cheering the Davis Cup team during their tie against the Czech Republic in the national capital last year. However there was no formal invitation from the AITA as such but since the hockey team normally stays at the DLTA, the players often come to the stands to watch the tennis team in action. PTI KHS PM PMadvertisementlast_img read more

The Célinaissance How Celine Dion became cool

first_imgIn today’s Big Story podcast, Céline Dion has been many things throughout her career, but “cool” has rarely been one of them. As one of the bestselling artists to call this country home, and an unabashedly proud Canadian and Quebecer, Céline should have won us all over long ago. But she never quite broke through to the more cynical younger generation.Until that generation stopped being cynical, that is. It turns out Céline Dion was always cool. She was just waiting for us to come to her. And over the past few years, we have, by the millions.GUEST: Suzannah Showler, the WalrusYou can subscribe to The Big Story podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google and SpotifyYou can also find it at

TBDPITL Ep 19 Ohio State mens basketballs downward spiral

Wyatt Crosher and Colin Gay discuss Ohio State men’s basketball’s four-game losing streak and if it will become a five-game one after the Purdue game, and if there is a end to the losing ways in the near future. Wyatt and Colin also talk about Ohio State men’s hockey’s sweep against then-No. 13 Penn State and how the team looks ready for another deep tournament run, as well as women’s basketball’s recent defeat against Michigan.

74yearold on drugs charges

first_imgA 74-year-old Greek national appeared in Melbourne Magistrates Court on Monday charged by the Australian Federal Police (AFP) with importing cocaine into Australia. According to a joint statement from the AFP and Customs, the man arrived at Melbourne Airport on a flight from Abu Dhabi last Saturday, March 5. During an examination of the man’s suitcase, Customs and Border Protection officers detected an anomaly in the side wall. Further investigations revealed a substance concealed between the side wall and inner lining of the suitcase, which after preliminary testing was indicated to be 1.95 kilograms of cocaine. The matter was referred to the AFP, who charged the man with importing a marketable quantity of a border controlled drug, namely cocaine, and possessing a marketable quantity of a border controlled drug. The maximum penalty for these offences is 25 years imprisonment and/or a $550,000 fine. Further forensic testing will be undertaken to confirm the exact weight and purity of the substance. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more

Memphis Depay hits back at transfer claims Get your facts straight

first_imgDutch winger Memphis Depay has hit out against media outlets for misquoting him in saying that he’s keen on a transfer to a big European club.Following a failed spell at Manchester United, Depay has re-established himself as one of Europe’s most promising youngsters following an impressive two years at French side Lyon.But the Netherlands international was quoted in an interview with Dutch magazine Helden saying that he wants to move to one of the best clubs in Europe in either “Real Madrid, Barcelona, Chelsea, Manchester City, Paris Saint-Germain or Bayern Munich”.These comments prompted Lyon president Jean-Michel Aulas to retort that Depay is welcome to leave and that it would suit him well.However, Depay has now taken to social media to announce his words were misquoted and added that the interview was done two months ago.“It’s really sad that other people, blogs and websites change my words just to put people against me!” Depay wrote on Twitter.“The real ones know. I would never say anything bad about Lyon, they are the club that gave me the opportunity when I needed it!Gerard Pique, Neymar, BarcelonaLa Liga Betting: Match-day 4 Stuart Heath – September 14, 2019 Despite it being very early into La Liga season, both Barcelona and Real Madrid have had unprecedented starts to their campaigns. With this in…“The blogs and several websites just take a short quote out a big interview I did with Helden Magazine 2 MONTHS AGO! and make it look bad so and change my words, but once again if you been [sic] in this football industry for a while you will know.“I really like Lyon and people see me in the streets all the time! I also mentioned that Lyon play better football then most of the clubs with big names!“So before you try to call me names or attack me, make sure you get your facts straight instead of running with the rumours.”Depay has managed six goals and 13 assists in 29 appearances for Lyon across all competitions this season.I really like Lyon and People see me in the streets all the time! I also mentioned that @OL play better football then most of the clubs with big names! So before you try to call me names or attack me make sure you get your facts straight instead of running with the rumors #Ivory— Memphis (@Memphis) January 30, 2019last_img read more