It’s hard to imagine that The Rolling Stones, a band over 50 years into their esteemed career, could ever have something new to offer fans. And yet, that’s what has happened the last two weekends, as the premier rockers treated fans to some unexpected bust outs and a cover of The Beatles’ “Come Together” during weekend one.Still, there’s plenty of gas in the Stones’ tank, as they also recently announced plans to release a new blues-based album called Blue & Lonesome on December 2nd. The band shared a portion of the first track from the album with that announcement, a Little Walter original called “Just Your Fool.” Thus, with the Desert Trip stage set, they debuted “Just Your Fool” live for the first time in their career.The set was jam packed with Stones classics from start to finish as well, opening with “Jumpin’ Jack Flash” and closing with “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction” as two prime examples. Check out a handful of videos from the show below (courtesy of prestoff2000 on YouTube), including the debut of “Just Your Fool,” below. Edit this setlist | More The Rolling Stones setlists The full setlist can be seen below. Desert Trip continues today with performances from Paul McCartney and Neil Young + Promise of the Real.
HOLTVILLE, Calif. – Chris Toth crewed for Lance Mari and Jason Noll when he made his first trip to Boone Speedway last September.He’ll bring his Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMod along when he returns with MRT Race Cars teammate Mari for the 33rd annual IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals fueled by Casey’s.“Last year was the first year I went and I crewed for Lance and Jason. I was really impressed with the number of people that were there and all the racing,” Toth said. “We talked about it on the way home and I decided I would bring my car this year.The Holtville, Calif., driver has run a limited schedule this season, with three feature wins in 11 starts at home track Cocopah Speedway in Yuma, Ariz. He’s the point leader and eligible to qualify for the BSB Manufacturing Race of Champions.“When we first started this class at Cocopah, we were getting eight or nine cars. Now it’s closer to 20,” said Toth. “I feel good about going to Boone. I would be happy to make the qualifier either night. To make the Saturday night main event would be the ultimate goal.”Toth ran a pure stock and then a Modified before expense in general and two blown engines the same weekend prompted him to convert the car to a Northern SportMod.He also won three features last season and ended with a couple satisfactory showings in his two Duel In The Desert qualifiers at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.“I really enjoy the open wheel classes. The SportMods are fun to drive and they’re economical,” Toth said. “Around here, we’ve got a bunch of cars that can run up front. They’re competitive and that’s what I enjoy most about this class.”He’ll enjoy racing more often and against more cars in upcoming seasons, as more Arizona tracks phase out similar classes and sanction the IMCA division.Toth’s primary sponsors are MRT Race Cars and SBS Suspension, both of Imperial; CT Floor Covering of Holtville; Axis Metal Fabrication of El Centro; the Radco Company of Brawley; and Wells Design of Ogalla, Neb.
Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditNotre Dame (14-8, 5-6) vs. Clemson (11-11, 5-7)Littlejohn Coliseum, Clemson, South Carolina; Sunday, 6 p.m. ESTBOTTOM LINE: Two forwards will be on display as John Mooney and Notre Dame will battle Aamir Simms and Clemson. The senior Mooney has scored 21 percent of the team’s points this season and is averaging 20.2 over his last five games. Simms, a junior, is averaging 8.6 points over the last five games. February 8, 2020 For more AP college basketball coverage: https://apnews.com/Collegebasketball and http://twitter.com/AP_Top25___This was generated by Automated Insights, http://www.automatedinsights.com/ap, using data from STATS LLC, https://www.stats.com Simms, Clemson host ND SUPER SENIORS: Notre Dame has relied heavily on its seniors. Mooney, T.J. Gibbs, Prentiss Hubb and Juwan Durham have combined to account for 65 percent of the team’s scoring this year and 78 percent of all Fighting Irish points over the team’s last five games.MIGHTY MOONEY: Mooney has connected on 31.7 percent of the 63 3-pointers he’s attempted and has gone 3 for 9 over the last three games. He’s also converted 64.1 percent of his free throws this season.WINLESS WHEN: Clemson is 0-8 this year when it scores 60 points or fewer and 11-3 when it scores at least 61.STREAK SCORING: Clemson has won its last four home games, scoring an average of 75.5 points while giving up 70.DID YOU KNOW: Notre Dame as a collective unit has made 10 3-pointers per game this season, which is 10th-most among Division I teams.___ Associated Press
Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditThe Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:___Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott has tested positive for COVID-19. July 11, 2020 More AP sports: https://apnews.com/apf-sports and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports The 55-year-old tested positive late this week after experiencing flu-like symptoms and is self quarantining at the direction of his doctor, according to a statement by the conference.Scott is continuing to carry on his duties as commissioner remotely.___Calgary Flames defenseman Travis Hamonic is the first player to opt out of the NHL’s return.The team announced Hamonic’s decision Friday night several hours after the league and NHLPA agreed to resume the season. Hamonic opted out for family reasons. — Josh Dubow reporting.___The Red Sox and Blue Jays will play two exhibition games at Fenway Park before baseball’s delayed regular-season opener.Toronto will visit Boston on July 21 and 22 before heading down to Tampa Bay for its opener. The Red Sox are scheduled to open at home against the Baltimore Orioles on July 24.___ Hamonic said worries about his young children contracting COVID-19 prompted his decision. His daughter was hospitalized with a respiratory illness last year.“My family has and always will come first,” he said in a statement. “Being my little kids’ dad every day is the most important job I have.”Hamonic, who turns 30 next month, is a pending free agent. The Flames are set to face the Winnipeg Jets in the qualifying round, starting Aug. 1 in Edmonton.“Travis explained that due to family considerations, he has made the difficult decision not to participate,” Calgary general manager Brad Treliving said. “While we will miss Travis in our lineup, we understand and respect his decision.”___ The Latest: Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott tests positive Kopech was optioned to Triple-A Charlotte on March 26 and likely would have opened the year in the minors had the season started on time.Kopech was acquired by Chicago in the December 2016 trade that sent Chris Sale to the Boston Red Sox. He made his big league debut in 2018, going 1-1 with a 5.02 ERA in four starts.Moncada set career highs by hitting .315 with 25 homers and 79 RBIs in a breakthrough season last year.___South American soccer body CONMEBOL said Friday its Copa Libertadores tournament will restart Sept. 15, more than six months after it was suspended. The White Sox believe they are poised for a turnaround after seven straight losing seasons. But losing Kopech for the season and Moncada for at least a little while are big blows.Both players had been absent since the White Sox resumed workouts last week for the first time since Major League Baseball shut down camps in March.The team had said Kopech was dealing with a personal issue.“We recognize that reaching this decision is incredibly difficult for any competitive athlete, and our organization is understanding and supportive,” general manager Rick Hahn said in a statement. “We will work with Michael to assure his development continues throughout 2020, and we look forward to welcoming him back into our clubhouse for the 2021 season.”The 24-year-old right-hander is coming back from Tommy John surgery in September 2018. He hit triple-digits on the radar gun during his first spring training appearance. Arizona Cardinals owner Michael Bidwill has tested positive for coronavirus.The team said after Bidwill developed symptoms, he tested positive for COVID-19 and went to the hospital after a recommendation by his doctor. His condition has improved and he’s expected to be released this weekend.The team believes the 55-year-old Bidwill caught the virus while traveling and spending time on the East Coast for several weeks. He’s been working remotely since March and the team says he hasn’t had in-person contact coaches or players.___Chicago White Sox prized pitching prospect Michael Kopech has opted not to play this season. The team also said star third baseman Yoán Moncada and pitcher Jose Ruiz were placed on the 10-day injure list because of unspecified ailments. Virginia says two football players have tested positive for COVID-19 and will self-isolate for at least 10 days, along with other members of the program found to have come into close contact with them.The school says 110 players were tested when the player returned to campus beginning July 5 for voluntary workouts. The players were all tested before the workout began, the school says. It adds that none of the players that tested positive have required hospitalization.The tests were administered by UVA athletics sports medicine.The players with positive test results will self-isolate for 10 days, or until they have been fever-free for at least three days, whichever is longer. They also will undergo cardiac screening before they are permitted to join daily sports functions.The school did not indicate how many others were determined through contact tracing to have come into close contact with the players infected. It also did not indicate whether any coaches or other football staff have tested positive for the novel coronavirus. ___Atlantic Coast Conference commissioner John Swofford says the league expects to make its decision on fall sports in “late July.”The league put out Swofford’s statement Friday afternoon, saying the league has prepared “numerous scenarios” for fall competition over the last few months. The decision would come from the league’s board of directors.Earlier this week, the ACC delayed the start of fall competition until at least Sept. 1. That move impacts non-revenue programs like soccer, volleyball, field hockey and cross country, but not football for now. The first football game involving a league team is North Carolina State’s trip to Louisville on Sept. 2.___ All those found to have come into contact with the infected players will be asked to self-quarantine for at least 14 days and are unable to participate in daily sports functions in that time.___San Francisco Giants star catcher Buster Posey is the latest big-name player to skip this season because of concerns over the coronavirus pandemic.Posey announced his decision on Friday. He says his family finalized the adoption of identical twin girls this week. The babies were born prematurely and Posey said after consultations with his wife and doctor he decided to opt out of the season. Posey had missed three practices while dealing with a personal issue.Posey joins other big-name players like Dodgers pitcher David Price, Washington first baseman Ryan Zimmerman, Colorado’s Ian Desmond and Arizonna pitcher Mike Leake in deciding not to take part in the 60-game season this year. The Copa Sudamericana, the second most prestigious club competition of the region, will resume on Oct. 27, CONMEBOL said.South America is one of the epicenters of the COVID-19 pandemic. Brazil alone has counted more than 70,000 fatalities due to the virus.The soccer body said teams that need to play out of their hometowns because of the pandemic will have enough time to do so. The presence of fans will depend on local authorities, according to CONMEBOL’s health protocols.___The University of Michigan says two athletes tested positive during a second round of COVID-19 testing, bringing the total to four out of the 375 who have been tested. The school says none of the 139 staff members have tested positive. Associated Press
1 Kitson says Tony Pulis despised Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger Arsene Wenger has said he was “complete surprised” when he heard of Tony Pulis’ departure as Crystal Palace boss just days ahead of the opening day of the Premier League season.The Eagles’ plans for the new campaign, which starts at Arsenal in Saturday’s late kick-off, have been thrown into disarray after Pulis left the Selhurst Park club late on Thursday.The Welshman was named the top flight’s manager of the year last term, having guided the Eagles from the bottom of the table to relegation survival following his appointment last November.And following Palace’s 11th-place finish, Wenger revealed there had been no indications of any issues when he caught up with Pulis at a pre-season Premier League managers’ meeting at the start of the week.“It was a complete surprise to me and what kind of consequence that will have on Crystal Palace, I don’t know,” said Wenger, who is the longest serving manager in the top flight.“The only thing I can say is that he’s done a remarkable job last season and he made a miracle. I don’t really know why he left, but it took me by surprise.“I have never seen that [a manager leave so close to start of season] before, so you can always be surprised.“I was at a managers’ meeting on Monday with Tony Pulis and nothing indicated that he would not be here [on Saturday afternoon].”Wenger added: “Maybe Tony Pulis was the manager of the season last year because he took the maximum out of his team during the period he was there – that is the real job of the manager.”
“During the 2010 Fifa World Cup, we showed that together, we can achieve anything. We showed that ubuntu is more than a word …” Brand South Africa’s latest video calls on South Africans to “keep wearing the flag with all your heart … keep making ours the greatest country in the world. Put your soul into it!”Click arrow to play video.Published on SouthAfrica.info on 9 September 2010.Source: Brand South Africa
Mpumalanga: Mokpane Business Chamber: www.mokopanebusiness.co.zaPolokwane Chamber of Business: www.pcob.co.zaSoutspansberg Chamber of Commerce: www.soutspansbergchamber.co.za Website: www.businessleadership.org.za Durban Chamber of Commerce: www.durbanchamber.co.zaEstcourt Umtshezi Chamber of Commerce and Industry: www.ecci.co.zaIlembe Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Tourism: www.ilembechamber.co.zaNewcastle Chamber of Commerce and Industry: www.ncci.org.zaPietermaritzburg Chamber of Commerce Business Leadership Foundation: An association of South Africa’s largest corporations and major multinational companies with a significant presence in South Africa. Members are committed to addressing the challenges of poverty, inequality and unemployment. South Africa’s national, regional and local business associations, chambers and foundations all work to promote growth and investment, build new enterprises, forge stronger links between the country’s business communities.Business foundations Northern Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Nocci Kimberly): www.nocci.co.zaNorthern Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Nocci Upington): www.nocci.co.za KwaZulu-Natal: Johannesburg Chamber of Commerce Benoni Chamber of Commerce and Industries: www.benonicci.co.zaEastern Gauteng (Springs) Chamber of Commerce and Industry: www.easterngautengchamber.co.zaEkhurhuleni North Chamber of Commerce and Industry: www.encci.orgGreater Boksburg Chamber of Commerce and Industry: gbcci.co.zaHeidleberg Chamber of Business: www.heidelberggauteng.co.zaMogale Chamber of Business and Tourism: www.thewestrand.co.zaRandburg Chamber of Commerce and Industry: www.rcci.co.zaRoodepoort Chamber of Commerce and Industry: www.rocci.orgVaal Chamber of Commerce and Industry: vaalchamber.sacci.org.za Website: www.sacci.org.za Regional business chambers Eastern Cape: Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber: www.nmbbusinesschamber.co.zaBorder Kei Chamber of Business: www.bkcob.co.zaSterkspruit Chamber of Commerce and Industrywww.st-cci.co.za Western Cape: Website: www.gibs.co.za Wesvaal Chamber of Business: www.wesvaalchamber.co.za Fabcos affiliated sector associations: African Builders Association, the African Farmers Association, the African Hair and Beauty Association, the Black Association of Travel Agents, the Foundation for Informal Business Association, the National Cottage and Textiles Association, the National Traders Association, the SA Taverners Association, and “The Profs”, an association for black professionals. South African Chamber of Commerce and Industry: SACCI is the country’s largest business organisation, with a membership of close to 20 000 businesses, from the largest corporations in South Africa to sector-specific business associations. It has almost 50 constituent chambers. SACCI addresses economic, social and political issues affecting the business community. It also publishes the monthly Business Confidence Index. SACCI was formerly known as the South African Chamber of Business (Sacob). The National African Federated Chamber of Commerce: Nafcoc is an independent business support organisation that primarily, but not exclusively, serves the interests of black economic empowerment companies and small businesses. Gold Fields Chamber of Commerce: www.fgfchamber.co.zaManguang Chamber of Commerce and Industry: http://www.bcci.co.za Website: www.minara.org.za National Small Business Chamber: The NSBC represents South Africa’s small- and medium-sized business sector. It offers expert advice and other benefits to self-employed and small-business owners, and publishes a weekly e- magazine. Runs the annual Small Business Champion awards. Website: www.nsbc.org.za Business Unity SA: The Black Business Council and Business South Africa merged in October 2003 to create Business Unity South Africa (Busa), the country’s first properly unified business organisation. Busa is a confederation of South African chambers of commerce and industry, professional and corporate associations, and unisectoral employers’ organisations. The body is the main representative of SA business, tackling macro-economic and high-level issues affecting it at national and international levels. SouthAfrica.info reporter Reviewed: 13 May 2013Would you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See: Using SAinfo material Lowveld Chamber of Business and Tourism: www.lcbt.co.zaMiddelburg Chamber of Commerce and Industry: www.middelburginfo.com Northern Cape: Minara Chamber of Commerce: The Minara Chamber of Commerce represents and assists South African Muslim businesses and entrepreneurs. The constitution and workings are based on an adherence to an Islamic code of conduct and ethics. Foundation for African Business and Consumer Services: Fabcos, established in 1988, aims to ensure that informal black business becomes part of the mainstream of the South African economy. It focuses on township and rural-based formal and informal businesses. Financially independent, it operates a number of companies as a means of intervening for the benefit of its members. Fabcos is a member of Business Unity South Africa (BUSA). Website: www.fabasa.co.za Website: www.busa.org.za Website: www.ahi.co.za Limpopo: Afrikaanse Handelsinstituut: The AHI is a multisectoral employers’ organisation involved in most sectors of South Africa’s economy. It helps guide members through an extensive network, aiming to “create sustainable prosperity”. It runs an annual entrepreneur of the year award. Gordon Institute of Business Science: Based at the University of Pretoria, GIBS aims to significantly improve the competitive performance of individuals and organisations through business education, supplying a wide range of activities and programmes. Free State: Gauteng: Family Business Association of Southern Africa: Fabasa acts as the official mouthpiece of family-owned business in Southern Africa, and promotes the overall interests of this economic sector. Website: www.fabcos.co.za National business associations Website: www.nafcoc.org.za Cape Town Chamber of Commerce: www.capechamber.co.zaGeorge Business Chamber: www.georgechamber.co.zaKnysna Chamber of Business: www.knysnabusiness.orgOudtshoorn Chamber of Business: www.odnchamber.co.zaThe Business Connection: www.bizzconnect.co.za North West:
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest While scouting fields this time of year it is common to find a few strange looking ears. Corn is a monecious plant, which means it has separate male (the tassel) and female (the ear) flowers. In some cases, both male and female structures form as a combination in the same plant structure.“Tassel-ears” often form on the tillers or “suckers” of a corn plant. Corn experts and agronomists believe that tassel ears are the result of some kind of environmental occurrence, however, the exact event that causes their development is unknown. The number of kernels that form on the tassel ear are limited. Without a husk to protect them, these kernels are exposed to environmental conditions and are usually damaged by the time harvest occurs.According to Bob Nielsen from Purdue University, “The male and female reproductive organs of a corn plant are contained in physically separate unisexual flowers (a flowering habit called “monoecious” for you trivia fans.) The tassel represents the male flower on a corn plant, while the ear shoots represent the female flowers. Interestingly, both reproductive structures initiate as perfect (bisexual) flowers, containing both male and female reproductive structures. During the normal course of development, the female components (gynoecia) of the tassel and the male components (stamens) of the ear shoots abort, resulting in the unisexual flowers we come to expect.“Once in a while, the normal development of the tassel alters such that it becomes partly or mostly female reproductive structures, often resulting in actual kernel development. The physiological basis for the survival of the female floral parts on the tassel is likely hormonally-driven, but the environmental “trigger” that alters the hormonal balance is not known.“A “tassel-ear” is an odd-looking affair and is found most commonly on tillers or “suckers” of a corn plant along the edges of a field or in otherwise thinly populated areas of a field. It is very uncommon to find tassel-ears that develop on the main stalk of a corn plant.”
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The officials said Jennifer Lopez cannot perform at Thursday’s event as earlier plannedJennifer Lopez won’t perform the World Cup’s official song alongside fellow artists Pitbull and Claudia Leitte during the tournament’s opening ceremony in Brazil, FIFA officials said Sunday.Soccer’s governing body said Lopez cannot perform at Thursday’s event as earlier planned because of unspecified “production issues.”The singer’s representatives didn’t explain the reason why Lopez wouldn’t be joining the act. They only confirmed the announcement in an emailed response, saying “regretfully Jennifer Lopez will not be attending this year’s World Cup opening ceremonies.”FIFA said in a news release that Cuban-American rapper Pitbull and Brazilian singer Claudia Leitte will sing the official tune “We Are One” before Brazil takes on Croatia at Thursday’s opening game in Sao Paulo.The song has let down many Brazilians who complain that it sounds too generic for the nation’s Bossa Nova-crazed audiences and that it features foreign musicians singing mostly in English and Spanish. Leitte sings only a few seconds at the end of the song in her native Portuguese.