Dixie trailed by five at the half after a stalled out offense that was reminiscent of their loss to the Warriors on Jan. 20, its only Region 9 loss to date. The Flyers scored in the single digits in both the first and second quarter in the loss, but posted 12 in the first and eight in the second on Friday..
Memphis’ opening night film comes from a hometown filmmaker. Kentucker Audley’s cinematic education began in the early 2000s at Memphis’ Digital Media Co Op. “Walking into that place out of the blue, knowing nothing about movies or anybody involved in moviemaking, changed my life very simply and very profoundly,” says Audley.
So, how to vote? Your ballot is in the mail if it hasn’t already arrived. With eight candidates running for two seats on council, there is sure to be a run off; it’s highly unlikely that two candidates will emerge with 45% of votes cast plus one vote on the first ballot. I have long been a promoter of the “bullet vote,” a strategy of getting your first pick elected in the first round by only voting for one candidate.
Transportation. Ideally I like an item that allows teleportation or other solution for a quick escape, but I struggling to come up with what. TNG transporter pad set in his garage? Feels like there should be a more portable solution, preferably from fantasy as well.
For example, the prime minister most recent disclosure shows he was gifted some clothing for his son, Hadrien, in July from the Vancouver based company North Kinder. In late August, a photo was posted to Gregoire Trudeau Instagram account of her children and husband, featuring Hadrien wearing a T shirt made by North Kinder. The company later posted this photo to its business Facebook page for promotional purposes..
And who else are you going to go to? eBay is even worse, and retailers are more expensive most if the time. Makes customers happier to get their item sooner2. You don need to label your items, which either saves you time or saves you the 20 cents per item fee Amazon charges3.
Derek Plaslaiko Mike Servito, The Bunker Podcast 100 (July 3): The Bunker has long been my favorite techno party in New York, not least because for so long it was pretty much the only techno party in New York. (My oral history of the party, covering it through 2012, is here.) Two of The Bunker’s best loved residents, Derek Plaslaiko (now living in Berlin) and Mike Servito, are also old friends from Detroit who’ve played many times together. So for a “Limited” party at a small venue on Brooklyn’s borderlands, the two took turns for nine straight hours the entirety of which was uploaded as The Bunker’s hundredth podcast.