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Thursday, April 30, 2015

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The Latest: A big Chicago cheer for the newest Bear at draft

The Latest: A big Chicago cheer for the newest Bear at draft

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NFL commissioner Roger Goodell announces after the Oakland Raiders selects Alabama wide receiver Amari Cooper as the fourth pick in the first round of the 2015 NFL Draft, Thursday, April 30, 2015, in Chicago.
  
CHICAGO (AP) -- 7:53 p.m. (8:53 p.m. EDT)
Touchdown, Bears!

It certainly felt like that at the auditorium when Goodell announced Chicago's pick: West Virginia receiver Kevin White.

Fans erupted - the complete opposite reaction of Jets fans, who routinely serenaded their pick with boos for all those years the draft was held in Manhattan.

A few minutes after being announced, White came out to the stage. More cheers. And then - what else? - a big Bear hug with Goodell.
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7:53 p.m. (8:53 p.m. EDT)
Titans GM Ruston Webster says it would've been difficult to convince the Tennessee brass to trade out of the second spot and pass on quarterback Marcus Mariota.

"Every minute we spent with him, it just felt better and better," Webster said.

And even though the Titans like their current QB, Zach Mettenberger, "There wasn't enough reason for us not to take him," Webster said.
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7:46 p.m. (8:46 p.m. EDT)
You didn't really think they'd cheer, did you?

An annual tradition stayed right on track when the New York Jets selected defensive tackle Leonard Williams with the sixth pick.

Fans booed.

It's been going on for as long as anyone can remember, only this time, the draft was in Chicago, not the Jets hometown.

Accounting for at least some of the booing may be the fact that the hometown Bears were up next, and their fans, who made up the majority of the crowd at the auditorium, would've loved to see Williams drop another spot.

No luck.
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7:39 p.m. (8:39 p.m. EDT)
Redskins select offensive tackle Brandon Scherff out of Iowa, the first senior picked in this draft.

Not that OLs ever bring people jumping out of their seats, but there were some moans and groans when Goodell announced this pick.

He's the 14th OL selected out of Iowa since 1999.

He hurt his knee five days before last season's opener, but missed only one practice. No surprise that scouts gave him huge props for his toughness.

"I didn't want to let my team down, and if I could play, I was going to play," he explained on stage after being picked.
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7:33 p.m. (8:33 p.m. EDT)
Welcome to the Rai-duhs Amari.

Oakland used the fourth pick to choose Amari Cooper out of Alabama, who immediately becomes the best receiver that beleaguered franchise has had in a while.

On the clock: The Redskins. The team fight song - "Hail to the Redskins" - is playing over the sound system at the auditorium.
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7:30 p.m. (8:30 p.m. EDT)
When quarterbacks went 1-2 in the draft, Jaguars fans must have breathed a sigh of relief.

Former first-round picks Byron Leftwich, Blaine Gabbert, and Blake Bortles haven't brought many wins to Jacksonville's neck of the woods.

With the top QBs out of the mix, the Jaguars picked Florida defensive end Dante Fowler Jr., who was considered by some to be the best player available, even including Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota.

Fowler was in the house in Chicago, wearing a white tuxedo with red piping and sparkling gold shoes. After walking onto the stage, he gave Roger Goodell a nice, long bear hug.

He figures to be an instant hit in Jacksonville, which isn't far from where he played college ball in Gainesville, Florida.
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7:22 p.m. (8:22 p.m. EDT)
Marcus Mariota can bring his lei to Music City, y'all.
 
Mariota, who wore the flowers while watching the draft from home in Hawaii, is bound for the Tennessee Titans, who used the second pick on the Heisman winner.

Tennessee used all but about 60 seconds of its 10-minute time allotment before sending the pick in to NFL executives.

Most people thought the Titans were open to a trade, but it didn't come about.

Mariota and Jameis Winston are the sixth pair of QBs to go 1-2 in the draft since 1967, joining the likes of Jim Plunkett and Archie Manning (1971), Peyton Manning and Ryan Leaf (1998) and Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III (2012).
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7:11 p.m. (8:11 p.m. EDT)
Whew. The wait is finally over. Thank goodness. Now, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers get to stress out for the next three or four years to see what really comes of the first pick of the NFL draft - quarterback Jameis Winston of Florida State.

The Bucs put an end to months of speculation by selecting the talented-but-troubled signal caller, who won the Heisman Trophy in 2013.

Winston was not present in Chicago, choosing to watch the draft at home in Alabama.

(Oh, and Commissioner Roger Goodell got booed again when he came out to announce the pick.)
Winston apparently did enough to convince the owners of the first pick that he's worth the risk.

He's the first QB to be selected first since Andrew Luck in 2012. Winston is also the first player from Florida State, which produces gobs of NFL talent, to be picked first in the draft.
Tennessee is on the clock.
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7:03 p.m. (8:03 p.m. EDT)
New York. Chicago. Some things just won't change.

Commissioner Roger Goodell, speaking at Grant Park in Chicago, gets booed heartily inside the auditorium while video of him officially opening the draft is played inside the auditorium.
Tampa Bay is on the clock.
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6:30 p.m. (7:30 p.m. EDT)
Some news in the lead-up to the NFL draft, which starts in about a half-hour:

-The league denies a request from LSU offensive lineman La'el Collins to pull his name out of the draft and be placed in the supplemental draft later this year. Police want to talk to Collins, a projected first-round pick, about the slaying of his ex-girlfriend. He is not considered a suspect.
-The Titans, who hold the second pick, will entertain offers for that pick but those offers probably won't be coming from the Chargers. A report out of San Diego says quarterback Philip Rivers, in search of a contract extension, has been told he won't be traded.

-The Randy Gregory watch is on. The Nebraska pass rusher's stock has taken a hit since news hit that he tested positive for marijuana at the NFL scouting combine. Gregory was thought to be a top-10 pick, though some reports today speculate he has fallen completely off several teams' draft boards.
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5:56 p.m. (6:56 p.m. EDT)
Are these clues? Or is he just trying to drive all those 12th men crazy?

Seahawks coach Pete Carroll is trying to generate some buzz over Seattle's draft, even though the Seahawks don't (currently) have a pick until the end of the second round - a selection that won't be made until tomorrow night.

Carroll is tweeting out (hash)SeahawksDraftClues that, so far, involve a few skits from comedian Dave Chappelle's old - and very funny - TV show.

The draft starts in about an hour. The Auditorium Building at Roosevelt University in Chicago is starting to fill up.
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3:51 p.m. (4:51 EDT)
Let's boil it down to the basics: A group of executives at 32 multimillion-dollar companies are about to spend several of those millions, and risk their company's future, on a 21-year-old college kid.

Welcome to the NFL draft.

Character issues are always on the front burner this time of year - and that's never more true than tonight, where NFL executives will take all their data and make life-changing decisions about a number of players who are flawed in different ways that have nothing to do with throwing, running or catching.

Scott Minto, director of the San Diego State Sports Business MBA program, says no amount of vetting, psychological profiling and background checking can ensure a team of making the right pick.

"You see these players who have transgressions in their past and how do you decide if this player's going to be a good employee or not?" Minto asks. "It's a lot of money to invest into someone who's 22 or 23 years old."
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1:05 p.m. (2:05 p.m. EDT)
Well, it's not exactly March Madness. Then again, it wouldn't be a true sporting event if you didn't have a chance to win something based on the outcome, right?

As part of its never-ending and generally successful quest to make every date on its calendar an Event, the NFL has created a contest challenging fans to predict the top 32 picks in this year's draft. Winner gets an all-expense-paid trip to the season-opening game, Steelers at Patriots, on September 10th.

Much like the gazillions of bracket-filling contests that make the NCAA Tournament what it is, this contest offers chances to form leagues with your buddies, play against strangers and, of course, compete for the grand prize valued at around $4,800. This way, your future and your happiness as an NFL fan can hinge on every pick during tonight's four-hour extravaganza, not simply the one your favorite team makes.

Need help? Vegas is here for ya. The over-under on Alabama receiver Amari Cooper's draft position has been set at 4 1/2, per the Bovada website. Bovada has also set 1 1/2 as the over-under for number of running backs - an increasingly unpopular position in NFL-land - to be selected in the first round.
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11:50 a.m. (12:50 p.m. EDT)
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are on the clock. The Tennessee Titans are under the microscope.

With the hours ticking down until the start of the NFL draft in Chicago, the Bucs will surprise everyone if they don't use the top pick to take Jameis Winston, the troubled, talented quarterback out of Florida State. 

That surprise will turn to shock if they pass on both Winston and this year's other top quarterback, Heisman Trophy winner Marcus Mariota of Oregon.

What the Titans will do is less certain. The smart money says they'll take Mariota (or Winston if Tampa Bay unexpectedly passes), but Tennessee likes its current QB, Zach Mettenberger, and if the price is right, the Titans could trade that pick away.

Those potentially in the market for the Heisman winner: San Diego, which can't get an extension done with Philip Rivers; Philadelphia, whose coach, Chip Kelly, worked with Mariota at Oregon; and, yes, the Cleveland Browns, who have two first-round picks and aren't quite sure what they've got with last year's glamour pick, quarterback Johnny Manziel.

Only a little more than seven hours to go.

And, by the way, neither Winston nor Mariota will be on hand to shake Commissioner Roger Goodell's hand after they're selected. Winston will be watching from Alabama and Mariota is in Hawaii.

Tuesday, April 28, 2015

NBA Players To Hold First Ever Basketball Players Awards

NBA Players To Hold First Ever Basketball Players Awards

The NBA will hold the first ever Basketball Players Awards this summer in Las Vegas. Copyright 2014 NBAE (Photo by Noah Graham/NBAE via Getty Images)
The NBA will hold the first ever Basketball Players Awards this
summer in Las Vegas. Copyright 2014 NBAE

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The National Basketball Players Association will unveil the first ever Basketball Players Awards this July. The awards show will be held in Las Vegas and will honor the best players in the game today.

The awards are being decided by the current crop of active NBA players and voting for the awards has been underway for weeks.

These awards serve as an opportunity for NBA players to honor their own peers and not rely on the views of media members like the awards handed out by the league each year. Some of the honors mirror the awards handed out by the league, but some are unique to the Basketball Players Awards.

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Thursday, April 23, 2015

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Penn Relays Opens Amid Cool Temperatures, Strong Winds, and A Touch of Rain

Penn Relays Opens Amid Cool Temperatures, Strong Winds, and A Touch of Rain
 
(Franklin Field, on the Penn campus, is the home for the Penn Relays.  Photo by Justin Udo) 
Franklin Field, on the Penn campus, is the home for the Penn Relays.
 
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The 121st Penn Relays are underway at Franklin Field, in West Philadelphia, and spectators from all over the world were braving the elements today to watch the competitions.

Today’s events were mostly for high school athletes.  With temperatures in the 40s and 50s, gusty wind throughout the day, and a little bit of rain here and there, it wasn’t the easiest day to be a track-and-field fan.
 
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Friday, April 17, 2015

Philadelphia Front Page News/Canada Special Opinion Piece and Topics: A United Canada without the Monarchy by Jeffrey J. Cunningham, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Philadelphia Front Page News/Canada Special Opinion Piece and Topics: A United Canada without the Monarchy by Jeffrey J. Cunningham, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

















Above: An image of the French speaking community in Canada.
The French/British colonization of Canada has been the topic of discussion
in Canada since the 16th Century.
 
Jeffrey Cunningham, a Canadian who has submitted his opinion article in response to current affairs in Canada, is a resident of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.  He graduated from Los Angeles City College in 1989 with Honors. And Cunningham’s dream is a United, Strong and Separatist-free Canadian Republic.

Mr. Cunningham would like his opinion to reach the considerable number of Canadians who live in Pennsylvania, New York State, and also those American citizens who are interested in Canadian affairs and matters. 

In Jeffrey Cunningham’s opinion the article deals with the separatist movement in Quebec and offers a solution.  The solution is in the title of the article. Jeffrey considers Canada to be the U.S. greatest ally. And it is a great idea if Canada also became a republic.

A United Canada without the Monarchy

Canada and England would fit seamlessly into the international community without the Monarchy!
It is not accidental that the great majority of nations are republics.  It has been the result of humanity’s long groping in the dark, tribulations and sacrifices.

Its first and greatest benefit for Canada is that it will deliver a forceful disincentive to the separatist movement in Quebec because after the disposal of the Monarchy, everyone across the land will take the oath of allegiance to Canada itself.  We will pledge allegiance to one another and that per se will awaken a great sense of commitment, responsibility, and belonging in all of us.

Let us for the duration of time that it takes to read this article set aside the fact of the Aboriginals’ existence on this continent from time immemorial and state another fact that the French came here before the English and later on lost the colonial war to England and England unilaterally declared sovereignty over the entire land and dumped the Monarchy on it.  Wars are not any different from sports in the sense that sometimes you win and sometimes you lose and to take the oath of allegiance to the English Monarch simply does not bring out the best in our French Canadians; it only perpetuates the feeling of a past loss.

France is a major world power and several generations ago with its Revolution of 1789 it abolished the monarchy and the parasitism that went with it, ended the ancien regime (old system), and became the source of inspiration for the rest of the world.  Now, what does it mean to a “free French citizen” to come all the way to Canada for a new life only to be labeled as “the subject” of the English Monarch?  Who is anyone else to decide for our French Canadians how they should feel about taking the oath of allegiance to the English Monarch?

As humanity’s experience has shown, monarchy has never been a marketable system.  Monarchies have been crumbling one after the other and, very fortunately, it is impossible to convince a republic to convert its system to a monarchy.

What are we waiting for here in Canada?  Are we waiting for the English to arouse from their coma to dispose of the Monarchy before we decide to become a republic?  The Monarchy has always worked for Canadian politicians.  One prime minister after the other has sought the highest office only for the sake of becoming the prime minister and the rest was to deal with the day-to-day routines of the office and at the end to collect a fat retirement pay cheque!

We must salute Australia for moving in the direction of a republican system.  Its former prime minister, Julia Gillard, had the courage to make it her political platform during her campaign to end the Monarchy in Australia and when the Queen visited Australia, she had the courage of her convictions and delivered the message by standing tall and graceful and refusing to curtsy. 

What a great and unforgettable moment it was for a nation moving towards a republican system!  Unfortunately, a coterie of misguided and sexist politicians did everything they could to bring her down, but they cannot stop Australia from moving forward.















Above from left to right: Julia Gillard, former Australia Prime Minister,
and Queen Elizabeth II Alexandra Mary of Great Britain.

English Canada is satisfied to think that the separatist movement will go away on its own while the Monarchy is firmly in place, but the hard facts indicate that it is alive and well and only simmers down from time to time.  Since Rene Levesque, the founder of the separatist party, Parti Quebecois, and the first Quebec Premier from that party, resigned from politics in late 1985 (premier: November 25, 1976 to October 3, 1985) to this date we have had five more Parti Quebecois premiers in Quebec and there will be more in the years to come.

This leads us to the fair conclusion that it now only takes a great and charismatic French Canadian leader to rise to power and sweep them off their feet and give at least the majority of the voters, if not all of them, enough get-up-and-go to say yes to “sovereignty”!  The dire consequences are that the cost to all of us will be astronomically high and unbearable and still worse is the fact that after the break-up the rest of Canada will become a bird’s nest on the ground for the U.S.

Time is marching on very fast and we must act decisively.  We must stop once and for all falsely and complacently pointing fingers at our French Canadians.  Instead, we must train our eyes and our united efforts towards removing the actual cause, which is the Monarchy and its divisive effect on our lives in Canada.

Thursday, April 16, 2015

DJ C A touch of Jazz with your host DJ C JAZZ Live On 88.1 FM / POWERWVSR1360.US Internet Radio

DJ C A touch of Jazz with your host DJ C JAZZ Live On 88.1 FM / POWERWVSR1360.US Internet Radio by Van Stone frontpagenews1@yahoo.com (267)293-9201






















DJ C, Radio Personality, Power WVSR 1360.1 AM / WPEB 88.1 FM

DJ C is a nationally known jazz/old school/classic oldies but goodies expert and former music program director for citywide concerts and cabarets / MC and host of R and B Soul and Classics, DJ C’s smooth voice is familiar to jazz audiences as host of A Touch of Jazz Show at WPEB 88.1 FM in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

From West Park Housing in West Philadelphia, DJ C learned about jazz and rhythm from his record spinners and cd playing friends. He grew up listening to pop rhythmic music, dance music, gospel music, as well as reggae music broadcasting on the top radio stations. In high school DJ C mixed funk, and soul from the late ‘60’s through the early ‘90’s studying how musicians played instrumentals in bands.

In addition, from Philadelphia, PA, DJ C host the weekly smooth jazz and classic jazz music, and old school music remix show; the smoothest essence of jazz with tracks that highlight its rich history and culture. DJ C wants you to experience an electric blend of soulful and sultry grooves mixed with pop, and r &b jams from back in the day through the 90’s until today. DJ C discusses music and the current sounds of the day.
DJ C generously donates his time to community causes, involving peace, anti-drugs, and music education workshops.

Listeners can catch JAZZ Live On 88.1 FM / POWERWVSR1360.US Internet Radio University City, Philadelphia, PA Wednesdays afternoon. From 4PM to 7PM, Playing Jazz Music on 88.1FM. And tune in to www.powerwvsr1360.us Wednesdays from 7PM to 9PM.















Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Black Men Models


Ex-NFL star Hernandez convicted of murder, sentenced to life

Ex-NFL star Hernandez convicted of murder, sentenced to life 
 
AP Photo
Former New England Patriots football player Aaron Hernandez listens as the guilty verdict is read during his murder trial, Wednesday, April 15, 2015. at Bristol County Superior Court in Fall River, Mass. Hernandez was found guilty of first-degree murder in the shooting death of Odin Lloyd in June 2013. He faces a mandatory sentence of life in prison without parole.
  
FALL RIVER, Mass. (AP) -- Former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez was convicted of first-degree murder and sentenced to life in prison Wednesday for a deadly late-night shooting, sealing the downfall of an athlete who once had a $40 million contract and a standout career ahead of him.

Hernandez, 25, who had been considered one of the top tight ends in professional football, shook his head, pursed his lips and sat down after the jury forewoman pronounced him guilty in the slaying of Odin Lloyd, a 27-year-old landscaper and amateur weekend football player who was dating the sister of Hernandez's fiancee.

Hernandez's mother, Terri, and his fiancee, Shayanna Jenkins, cried and gasped when they heard the verdict. Hernandez, his eyes red, mouthed to them: "Be strong. Be strong." Lloyd's mother also cried.

Jurors deliberated for 36 hours over seven days before rendering their decision, which also included convictions on weapons charges.

"The jury found that he was just a man who committed a brutal murder," District Attorney Thomas Quinn said after the verdict. "The fact that he was a professional athlete meant nothing in the end."

Lloyd was shot six times early on June 17, 2013, in a deserted industrial park near Hernandez's home in North Attleborough. The motive has never been explained.

Police almost immediately zeroed in on the former Pro Bowl athlete because they found in Lloyd's pocket the key to a car the NFL player had rented. Within hours of Hernandez's arrest, the Patriots cut him from the team. The team declined to comment on the verdict.

Prosecutors presented a wealth of evidence that Hernandez was with Lloyd at the time he was killed, including home security video from Hernandez's mansion, witness testimony and cellphone records that tracked Lloyd's movements.

Hernandez's lawyer, James Sultan, acknowledged for the first time during closing arguments that Hernandez was there when Lloyd was killed.

But the attorney pinned the shooting on two of Hernandez's friends, Ernest Wallace and Carlos Ortiz, saying his client was a "23-year-old kid" who witnessed a shocking crime and did not know what to do. Wallace 
and Ortiz will stand trial later.

Prosecutors have suggested Lloyd may have been killed because he knew too much about Hernandez's alleged involvement in a 2012 drive-by shooting in Boston that killed two. But they were not allowed to tell the jury that because the judge said it was speculation.

As a result, they never offered jurors a motive beyond saying Hernandez appeared angry with Lloyd at a nightclub two nights before the killing.

In the 2012 case, Hernandez is accused of gunning down a pair of men over a spilled drink at a nightclub.

All 12 jurors and three alternates spoke to reporters Wednesday, saying they were shocked by the defense admission that Hernandez was at the scene of the killing - an acknowledgement that they said helped confirm that he was guilty.

They also described how the judge talked to them privately after they reached their decision and told them about other allegations and evidence not presented in the case, including the 2012 slayings and the last texts 
Lloyd sent minutes before he died saying that said he was with "NFL."

The jurors said that information reaffirmed their feeling that they had made the right decision.

In the Lloyd killing, the defense argued that investigators fixated on Hernandez because of his celebrity and conducted a shoddy investigation in their zeal to confirm their suspicions.

Prosecutors said Hernandez organized the killing, summoned his two friends to help carry it out and drove Lloyd and the others to the secluded spot in the industrial park. During closing arguments, prosecutors also accused Hernandez of pulling the trigger, though under the law it was not necessary to prove who fired the shots to convict him.

Security video from inside Hernandez's home showed him holding what appeared to be a gun less than 10 minutes after Lloyd was killed. The surveillance system also captured Hernandez, Wallace and Ortiz relaxing at his home hours after Lloyd was shot, hanging out in the basement "man cave," lounging by the pool and cuddling Hernandez's baby daughter.

The conviction carries a mandatory sentence of life without parole and automatically triggers an appeal to Massachusetts' highest court.

Hernandez was initially taken to the state's Cedar Junction prison, a maximum-security facility less than a 4-mile drive from Gillette Stadium, where he once caught touchdown passes from Tom Brady in front of tens of thousands of fans.

He was to processed there and eventually taken to Souza Baranowski prison in Shirley, another maximum-security institution, according to Darren Duarte, a spokesman for the Massachusetts Department of Corrections.

Lloyd's sister, Olivia Thibou, said Wednesday that prosecutors in the trial were her "dream team." Lloyd's mother, Ursula Ward, told the judge she forgave Hernandez and everyone else "who had a hand in my son's murder, either before or after."

Defense lawyers left the courthouse without commenting.

Hernandez, who grew up in Bristol, Connecticut, was an All-American from the University of Florida who was drafted by the Patriots in the fourth round in 2010.


Thursday, April 9, 2015

Phillies Recall Team’s First World Series Appearance, 100 Seasons Ago

Phillies Recall Team’s First World Series Appearance, 100 Seasons Ago

(Members of the 1915 Philadelphia Phillies.  L-R:  catcher "Reindeer Bill" Killefer, second baseman Bobby Byrne, pitcher Joe Oeschger, outfielder George "Possum" Whitted, and Hall of Fame pitcher Eppa Rixey.  Photo courtesy Rich Westcott, provided by team)
(Members of the 1915 Philadelphia Phillies. L-R: catcher “Reindeer
Bill” Killefer, second baseman Bobby Byrne, pitcher Joe Oeschger,
outfielder George “Possum” Whitted, and Hall of Fame pitcher Eppa
Rixey.

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The Phillies will take a look back at their past when they take on the Boston Red Sox tonight.

The 1915 team was the first Phillies team to win the National League pennant. And tonight, the members of that squad will remembered at Citizens Bank Park.

“We got a few things going on,” says Scott Brandreth, director of merchandising for the Phillies.  “We’re going to do a pre-game tribute on Phanavision — we’ve got some nice photos from the club back then.  We’re gonna have our own ‘Woodrow Wilson’ throwing out the first pitch from the stands.”

For full story go to:  http://philadelphia.cbslocal.com/

Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Duke defeats Wisconsin, 68-63, for men's national championship

Duke defeats Wisconsin, 68-63, for men's national championship
 

Monday, April 6, 2015

Phillies Opening Day Had Special Moments Despite The Loss

Phillies Opening Day Had Special Moments Despite The Loss

PHILADELPHIA, PA - APRIL 06: A general view of Citizens Bank Park during Opening Day between the Boston Red Sox and Philadelphia Phillies at on April 6, 2015 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  (Photo by Drew Hallowell/Getty Images)
PHILADELPHIA, PA – APRIL 06: A general view of Citizens Bank
Park during Opening Day between the Boston Red Sox and
Philadelphia Phillies at on April 6, 2015 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — At least the weather cooperated for a sellout crowd at the ballpark, but the home team lived up to its low expectations.

Fans said that while home openers are always special, this one lacked a bit of the zip from previous years.

“It’s going to be a rough year,” said one Phillies fan.

Regardless of the expectations, these are Phillies fans, who point out the optimism is kind of the charm of Opening Day.

For full story go to:  http://philadelphia.cbslocal.com/.

Badgers, Blue Devils settling national championship

Badgers, Blue Devils settling national championship 
 
AP Photo
Wisconsin's Josh Gasser runs to the court before the NCAA Final Four college basketball tournament championship game against Duke Monday, April 6, 2015, in Indianapolis.


INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- 9:25 P.M.

The sexy matchup of the night is Frank Kaminsky, the Badgers' AP player of the year, against Jahlil Okafor, who many think will be the No. 1 pick in June's NBA draft.

As expected, the two centers dueled each other early on.

Kaminsky struck first when he popped to the top of the key to hit a 3-pointer, then drew a charge on Okafor at the other end. The Blue Devils' freshman star answered a minute later with an easy basket in the paint, his first of the night.

Wisconsin coach Bo Ryan had to go to his bench first when senior guard Josh Gasser appeared to lose a contact lens in the opening minutes. Traevon Jackson took his place.

Duke led 6-5 at the first media timeout. The stoppage came after a ball was tipped out of bounds, not far from where former news anchor Tom Brokaw was sitting.
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9:10 P.M.
Wisconsin was introduced first as the fourth of the No. 1 seeds, running to the floor through a wall of smoke amid rockets and fireworks. The Badgers are in their road red uniforms for Monday night's game.

Duke followed in its home white uniforms, and coach Mike Krzyzewski earned a roar from the Blue Devils fans when he strode to the floor moments later.

Badgers fans outnumber Duke fans by about 4 to 1.

The national anthem was performed by a military band while a 25-year-old bald eagle - named Challenger after the space shuttle crew killed in the 1986 explosion - soared over the length of the floor. The eagle was blown from a nest and raised by the American Eagle Foundation.

Next up: Introductions, then the final tipoff of the season.
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8:40 P.M.
Both teams are sticking with their Final Four starting lineups.

That means the Badgers will send out seniors Frank Kaminsky and Josh Gasser along with junior guard Sam Dekker and sophomores Nigel Hayes and Bronson Koenig.

The Blue Devils will counter with their trio of heralded freshman - Jahlil Okafor, Tyus Jones and Justise Winslow - along with sophomore guard Matt Jones and senior guard Quinn Cook.

The starting lineups are one thing, but this game could come down to bench play. The Badgers have a bit more depth than the Blue Devils with Traevon Jackson and Duje Dukan capable of providing a big lift.
Amile Jefferson and Grayson Allen are among the key reserves for Duke.
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8:25 P.M.
Hundreds of teams. Thousands of games. It all comes down to this.

No. 1 seeds Duke and Wisconsin are meeting at packed Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis to determine this year's national champion. Tip-off is less than an hour away. And in about 3 hours, one of those teams will be cutting down the nets to the tune of "One Shining Moment."


Both teams have already been out on the court to get some shots up. The Badgers were the first to retreat to their locker room, while the Blue Devils spent a few extra minutes on the raised floor of the indoor football stadium.

Jahlil Okafor, the Blue Devils' star freshman, put up a bunch of extra free throws. Good idea, because a game between such evenly matched teams could come down to the foul line.

Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski is trying for his fifth national championship, and his third in Indianapolis. Wisconsin counterpart Bo Ryan is also trying for his fifth title, though the first four came while coaching in the Division III ranks at Wisconsin-Platteville.

Judging by the crowd already in the arena, most of Madison made its way to the game. There are plenty of blue-clad Blue Devils fans, too.

The students are close to the floor, but not necessarily in great seats. The court is raised up enough that those standing toward the back of the student section have to spend much of the game staring up at the video board to see the game. Especially, if the action is at the other end of the floor.

The Badgers' section is located around the CBS set with Charles Barkley, Kenny Smith and Clark Kellogg. A few fans were trying to get Barkley's attention, and the analysts were giving their phones a check before going on the air.

Saturday, April 4, 2015

Philadelphia Youth Orchestra Gearing Up For Very Special Concert

Philadelphia Youth Orchestra Gearing Up For Very Special Concert
 
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Even on a Saturday, students at Philadelphia Youth Orchestra were hard at work rehearsing for an upcoming concert with the Indigo Girls.

This is the first time that the Grammy-winning folk rock band will perform with the group and the kids say they can’t wait for the big show:

For full story go to:  http://philadelphia.cbslocal.com/

Friday, April 3, 2015

Black Indians: A Crossroads Between Different Civilizations. You/We are the "Indigenous" Indians of the Vast Lands by Van Stone frontpagenews1@yahoo.com (267) 293-9201

Black Indians:  A Crossroads Between Different Civilizations.  You/We are the "Indigenous" Indians of the Vast Lands by Van Stone frontpagenews1@yahoo.com (267) 293-9201
 

















 It is not known how many people lived in South America, Central America, Southeast Asia, Central Asia, and even North America before Spain, Portugal (Germany), France, and England European civilizations arrived; it may have been millions of people.   Each of these families had their own separate civilizations-bloodlines identified as Black Peoples before the European arrival there.    
 
Almost half of the peoples of these vast lands, American Indians, Vikings (Danes), and Asians, tell of travels from the Eastern World to the Western World long before the Spanish, Portuguese (Germanic), French, and British arrived there.
 
The Real History of Black Peoples is left out so deliberately and harshly by empowered Europeans who traveled far away from their own lands that the average person who is living in Latin America, Southeast Asia, Central Asia, and the USA cannot find it very easy to understand the facts about the different civilizations who actually still continue there in the Americas and parts of Asia today. 
 
Yet, yours truly, Van Stone, will help to make it very easy to understand the facts about who the different Black civilizations from the Eastern World to the Western World are because they are all still around today.
 
Your closest neighbor, most likely an individual or group who has a direct Latin America, Southeast Asia, Central Asia, or, North America civilizations family line most likely has experienced historic name calling by the Spanish, Portuguese (Germanic), French, and the United Kingdom of British. 
 
According to where yours and my family of Peoples were at, not where they were actually stolen from, or forced to migrate from, or traveled simply to explore from, Peoples of Color were name called either Indians, or Vikings (Danes), or Asians by the Spanish, Portuguese (Germanic), French, and United Kingdom  British people. 
 
Yes, even from the beginning of Native American (Indian) civilizations, Viking (Danes) civilizations, or Asian civilizations in both the Eastern Worlds and Western Worlds, peoples identified one another by the crossroads between facial features and complexion of their skin.
 
Therefore,people then as well as today weren’t understood to be a part of White civilization or land areas just because the complexion of their skin is white.
 
And the same goes for people then and today who weren’t understood to be a part of Black civilizations or land areas just because the complexion of their skin was black. People were identified by their civilization origin.
 
Today, so many many people worldwide incorrectly understand that if someone has white skin complexion that means that the person is a part of the White civilization.
 
The Europeans of Spain, Portugal (Germany), France, and the United Kingdom of British have white skin complexion.  And their civilization origin is very close to one another by the crossroads between facial features and complexion of their skin. They  basically had the same daily life skills and daily life practices.
 
Black People were identified as being Black by other people regardless of wherever Blacks had lived worldwide.  And Black People were identified as Black according to the land area origins they had established long before other people had arrived to where they were living.
 
Therefore if people’s origins were anywhere outside the boundaries of Spain, Portugal (Germany), France, and the United Kingdom of British, the European concluded that no other people were White people regardless of the complexion of their skin.              
 
In the beginning, European nations name-called a person of color - -meaning completely different skin complexions other than the European, an Indian, or Viking (Danes), or Asian. 
 
It was quite easy for the European to see that although the Viking skin complexion was as nearly white as theirs was, to them the Viking natural skin complexion was still very very different from the Europeans natural skin complexion. 
 
As for the Danes, the Danes skin complexion was not white at all. Still, the Danes whose skin complexion was black were fellow Vikings of the Scandinavia decent. 
 
Because the Danes, black skin complexion, traveled into European lands on separate occasions and had no planned connection to travel with the other Vikings, white skin complexion, the European wanted to identify both type of Vikings, as separate but equal civilizations.  Therefore, the Viking who had white skin was name-called “Viking" and the Dane who had black skin was name-called “Dane" by the European. So not to confuse anyone, the Vikings were not all white skin complexion peoples.   Most Viking legends exclude Blacks in the story. 
 
One Scandinavian civilization skin complexion was white and one Scandinavian civilization skin completion was black. But their facial features were mostly the same. And Scandinavia was never considered to be a part of Europe by Europeans or Scandinavians. 

The name-calling by the European nations wasn’t proof that Europeans were racist. 
 
It’s just that people were identified that way by the Europeans because any area of land that was vast and very very different from theirs meant that the other people were not the same as Europeans. And that’s all there was to that at the beginning.
 
Speaking of "in the beginning", Europeans concluded that a man who lived in Vik,(Dane), which were small land areas located in Scandinavia, is a King just the same as a man who lives in any European area is a King.
 
And the same goes for that man who lived in the country of India; the Europeans concluded that a man of India is a King. And the Europeans wanted to find a better way to travel to India by sea to get to the man of India and its King or Queen, if there was a Queen.   
 
Lots of times, a European who represented a European King or Queen traveled abroad searching for the country of India by sea.
 
The European didn’t have to search for the country of Norway, a land where the Vikings originated or the country of Denmark, a land where the Danes originated.  Norway and Denmark were so nearby to the Europeans land that many times the European land boundaries had ended where the land boundaries of their Viking and Dane neighbors began.
 
Often times in search of India the European would land on a vast new land and came to the conclusion that the land was India.  But the European hadn’t reached India at all.  The European could see that People had already been in the different vast land a long time ago before the European had landed.  The European was determined and decided to name-call the people on the different land an Indian anyway.
 
The European never bothered to correct him or herself about name-calling people who weren’t actually in the country of India Indians.  And therefore all peoples who are direct decedents of Latin America, Southeast Asia, Central Asia, and North America are of Indian civilizations first and foremost long before they are of African civilizations. They are actually Black People or People of Color.           
 
Therefore, if you are well aware of your immediate family ancestry as much as I am well aware of mine, you are most likely an Indian and me too before you are an African as name-called by the European. So, if anyone of you dear readers didn't know, now you know. 

An individual or group wasn’t name-called African, by the Spanish, Portuguese (German), French, or the United Kingdom of British, unless the European nation of people just couldn’t figure out for themselves where in Africa that particular person of Africa place of origin was. 
 
Because Africa is so complex with many different neighboring civilizations throughout the continent unless people are first and foremost immediate direct decedents of Africa there is hardly any way to be identified as an African today. And this same truth goes for all other races and religious decendents.
 
And African civilizations are unique unlike others and people from Africa actually traveled abroad from the Eastern World to the Western World and back to the Eastern World many times long before the European were successful at doing something like that. 
 
Whenever the African civilizations traveled to Latin America, Southeast Asia, and North America for whatever reason they just didn’t return to African countries in large numbers.  The facts are that all of the European civilizations that traveled to Latin America, Southeast Asia, and North America regularly returned to European countries in large numbers. 

Latin American civilizations, Southeast Asia civilizations, and North American civilizations for whatever reason just remained in their land of origins in large numbers instead of traveling back to their very first homelands which is very very nearby the continent of Africa.

History shows that the past and present Black Women or Women of Color are very beautiful. And there are so many who are inter-related to one another because of the Native Indian history.     

And the Modern Native Indians who are from South America, Central America, Southeast Asia, Central Asia, and North America share in the true Native Indian Ancestry to its completion. 

Black Indian Women may go from the Americas and all the way back to Vikings and Danes of Scandinavia and the Asians of Southeast Asia and Central Asia although they are rarely shown as such in legend tales. In fact, more research shows that Women of Color go further in decent touching lands that had people of color traveling through Europe and nearby Europe as well. 

These Women have a Queenly place in the Fashion and Beauty Collection of Van Stone regardless of the color of their skin or skin complexions.  It’s just important to express that women are beautiful and fashionable, and recognizable. And although there is much respect for Women's History Month in the USA, not one individual has to wait for Women's Celebration Month to express the modern Black Indian Woman.