Neighborhood notes Music on Sunday an auction ready for bids Frjtz reopens

first_imgMusic GaloreThe Community Music Center is hosting a six-hour “Field Day Performathon” and open house on Sunday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 544 Capp St. For six hours, music students of all ages and levels along with CMC faculty will perform to raise money for financial assistance. In accord with CMC’s 97-year-old mission, Music for everyone, every dollar raised through the Performathon goes to support musical access for all, regardless of financial means. Can’t make the event, but want to donate anyway? You can go here. The auction gavel is up! Golden Bridges School Auction is underway, and there are plenty of great items to bid on and to contribute to the school’s financial assistance program.  You can view the items here. Or you can make a direct donation to the scholarship fund here.Opening, againFrjtz, the Belgian inspired friterie and steamed-mussels house on Valencia street, will reopen today as “Frjtz Mission” at 3412 17th St. The new space has a bigger kitchen, and Rodriguez will be able to finally offer fried chicken to go with the Belgian waffles. SFMoma Family DayIt is Free Family Day at SFMOMA on Sunday, so adults with a child can get in for free and you can introduce your children to the museum.  There are lots of special family activities as well.Foreign Cinema Neighborhood “Somm Takeover”On Thursday, March 29 from 5:30 to 11 p.m., Foreign Cinema (2534 Mission St.) is summoning a group of local wine experts to curate its new by-the-glass wine menu. In the mix will be Sam Bogue from Ne Timeas, Austin Ferrari Hillside Supper Club and Vinny Eng from Tartine Manufactory. These local somms will talk about and pour their wine flights, and a special à la carte menu will complement the night’s drinks. 0% Tags: neighborhood notes Share this: FacebookTwitterRedditemail,0% Subscribe to Mission Local’s daily newsletterEmail Address last_img read more

NATHAN Brown is hoping his side can take the good

first_imgNATHAN Brown is hoping his side can take the good things out of the defeat to Huddersfield and kick on over the next month.Saints face the teams around them on the Super League ladder and that means every point is vital if they want to remain in the Play Off hunt.“We face the teams that are around the same points as us,” Brown said. “They have gone through similar situations as us with form, or lack of it, and bad luck. These games are important for numbers of reasons as if you are within a point of a team they become big contests when you play them for where your eventual position can be.“We need to play well in them and we can take out of the Huddersfield game the things that were good and improve on the things that were not so good.”He continued: “In the earlier part of the year Bradford gained some good scalps and have players who are really effective.“Jarod Sammut is very dangerous. When the ball comes to him he will do things no one expects. It just comes to him and he can be hard to handle. We need to be honest in defence, because if we’re not he will react.”Saints will be missing Ade Gardner through concussion whilst Anthony Laffranchi is also due to sit out the next couple of weeks.“We need to be careful with Ade,” Brown added. “Your head and neck are areas that you need to be 100 per cent about. He was not in a very good way after the game. I’d be very surprised if he is available and in any case I wouldn’t be doing him a duty of care to put him in that situation.“Anthony Walker is likely to be back around the Salford match and Gary Wheeler could be the week after that. They are slowly getting ready.“Jonny Lomax is getting close too. He contributed in two team sessions last week and we’ll have a better idea after another field session. He’s in a similar position to James Roby though, after all this pain you want to make sure when he comes back he stays back.“We looked better with Roby in the team on Monday, whilst having a regulation half back helped too.“We used our tenth half back combination – but we had a regulation half back and a regulation hooker and that showed in our game. I thought at times we looked quite good, but other times we didn’t and on some other occasions their defence had to work hard to stop us.“I didn’t think there was much in the game. They got a lucky try – a very questionable one – but when you are not winning you don’t get those ones. We had one or two poor lapses in defence and they made us pay. It was a four tries to three game and it was not that they slackened off. I thought we defended our way back into the contest.“If Gareth O’Brien had not appeared you would not have seen that performance. I thought Jordan Turner contributed quite positively to playing six and he’s been one of our best players this year. He also scored and nearly scored two or three more. He has a good skillset and has a good long term future at the club.“We’d like to stick with that combination. I know we have only got Gaz for an initial month – but if Warrington stay fit and healthy and they don’t need him we will then look at the future.“There was a lot more good in that match than what a lot of people saw and I saw a lot of good signs. One of these was with three minutes to go when Huddersfield made a break and we had nine St Helens players in the picture.“That shows urgency and keenness in the team and that is good, but we need to be more consistent.”Tickets for Sunday’s match are now on sale from the Ticket Office at Langtree Park, by calling 01744 455 052 or by logging on here.You can also take advantage of our 5-Star ticket offer – paying for five and getting one free.last_img read more

SATURDAY sees two of Rugby Leagues most successfu

first_imgSATURDAY sees two of Rugby League’s most successful clubs in the history of the sport go head-to-head at Headingley Carnegie Stadium (2.30pm) when Leeds Rhinos do battle against St Helens in the Tetley’s Challenge Cup fifth round.Since the turn of the millennium, Rugby League’s oldest and most prestigious competition has been dominated by the Rhinos and Saints, with 12 out of the 14 finals since 2000 being attended by one of the two.Last year’s final between Wigan Warriors and Hull FC was just the second time since 2000 that neither Leeds nor Saints played at the showcase event, though both teams are looking to put that right by overcoming the other and take one step closer to Wembley by reaching this year’s quarter-finals.In years gone by there have been many enthralling battles between these two household Rugby League names, in all competitions.2007 saw an epic tussle between the Rhinos and the Saints in a battle to become the best team in the land. St Helens had already lifted the Challenge Cup – the second of three consecutive tournament wins between 2006 and 2008 – and were on the lookout for a second double in as any years.The then-defending Super League champions squeezed past the Rhinos in a thriller during the 2007 play-offs, as Saints’ two-point victory saw them reach the Grand Final leaving Leeds the task of beating Wigan Warriors if they wanted to reach Old Trafford and thwart Saints’ efforts to win an unprecedented consecutive domestic double.The Rhinos duly defeated the Warriors 36-6 and proceeded to gain their revenge in the Grand Final, beating St Helens 33-6 – in the process holding Saints to a scoreless second half – to become 2007 Super League champions, beginning a run of six Super League Grand Final triumphs in seven years.The Rhinos have not enjoyed quite the same success in chasing Challenge Cup glory since the turn of the millennium, however. 1999 was the club’s last triumph, despite reaching the final six times since then.St Helens have lifted the trophy 12 times in their history – seven of those coming since 1996 – and will be looking to continue the Rhinos’ 14-year search for another Wembley win when the pair meet in West Yorkshire on Saturday.Despite each club’s success throughout the beginning of the 21st century, the pair have not met in a Challenge Cup final since 1978, when 96,000 fans crammed into Wembley Stadium to witness Leeds edge past the Saints 14-12.Previous Challenge Cup Meetings:2010 (Semi-Final) Leeds 32 St Helens 28 (at Galpharm Stadium, Huddersfield)2009 (Round 4) Leeds 18 St Helens 222008 (Semi-Final) Leeds 16 St Helens 26 (at Galpharm Stadium, Huddersfield)2004 (Round 5) St Helens 24 Leeds 142003 (Semi-Final) Leeds 33 St Helens 26 (after extra-time) (at McAlpine Stadium, Huddersfield)2002 (Semi-Final) Leeds 16 St Helens 42 (at JJB Stadium, Wigan)2001 (Semi-Final) Leeds 22 St Helens 27 (at JJB Stadium, Wigan)2000 (Round 5) Leeds 26 St Helens 201999 (Round 5) Leeds 24 St Helens 161994 (Semi-Final) Leeds 20 St Helens 8 (at Central Park, Wigan)1992 (Round 2) Leeds 12 St Helens 321983 (Round 2) Leeds 13 St Helens 231978 (FINAL) Leeds 14 St Helens 12 (at Wembley Stadium)1977 (Semi-Final) Leeds 7 St Helens 2 (at Central Park, Wigan)1972 (FINAL) Leeds 13 St Helens 16 (at Wembley Stadium)1971 (Round 2) Leeds 4 St Helens 01930 (Round 2) Leeds 5 St Helens 181911 (Round 2) St Helens 6 Leeds 112014 Meeting:St Helens 14, Leeds 10 (SLR7, 28/3/14)Club Milestones:Louie McCarthy-Scarsbrook needs one appearance to reach 100 for St Helens.‘LMS’ made his Saints debut in a 16-16 draw with Wigan at Cardiff’s Millennium Stadium on 12 February, 2011.Two appearances will also see him reach a total of 200 for his career – having played 97 games for previous club Harlequins (2006-2010) and twice for England (2008-2009).Challenge Cup Milestones:Paul Wellens – 10 points away from 150 (140 for St Helens, 2001-2002, 2004-2007 & 2009-2013)Try-Scoring Runs:Tommy Makinson (1-2-1-2-2-1-2-1) has scored tries in the Saints’ last eight games.First Utility Super League Leading Scorers:Tries:1. Tom Makinson (St Helens) 122. Ryan Hall (Leeds Rhinos) 103. Justin Carney (Castleford Tigers) & Elliott Whitehead (Catalan Dragons) 95. Michael Shenton (Castleford Tigers) & Omari Caro (Hull Kingston Rovers) 8Goals:1 Danny Brough (Huddersfield Giants) 392 Kevin Sinfield (Leeds Rhinos) 363 Marc Sneyd (Castleford Tigers) 354 Luke Walsh (St Helens) 325. Jarrod Sammut (Wakefield Trinity Wildcats) & Danny Tickle (Widnes Vikings) 30Points:1. Kevin Sinfield (Leeds Rhinos) 882. Danny Brough (Huddersfield Giants) 863. Jarrod Sammut (Wakefield Trinity Wildcats) 804. Marc Sneyd (Castleford Tigers) 765. Luke Walsh (St Helens) 72Cup Draw:The draw for the quarter-finals of the 2014 Tetley’s Challenge Cup will take place live on the BBC News channel on Monday April 28 at 6.30pm.Rugby League fans across the UK will be able to watch the draw live on the BBC News Channel (Freeview channel 80) or via the BBC iPlayerlast_img read more

The game will kick off at 230pm at Thatto Heath C

first_imgThe game will kick off at 2.30pm at Thatto Heath Crusaders.Mark Brennan’s squad is:Carys Marsh, Chantelle Crowl, Charlotte Hill, Chloe Richardson, Dawn Taylor, Emily Rudge, Faye Gaskin, Isabelle Rudge, Jade Ward, Katie-May Williams, Leah Burke, Naomi Williams, Rachel Yeates, Rebecca Rotheram, Roxy Mura, Sarah Lovejoy, Tara Jones, Vicky Whitfield, Zoe Harris.Entry to Thatto Heath will be £2.last_img


first_imgThe team from the capital are Saints’ next opponents at the Totally Wicked Stadium, in the Round five fixture, Friday 8 March (KO 7:45pm)You can get your tickets from the Ticket Office located at the stadium, by calling 01744 455052 or by clicking here.last_img

30 private boats US Coast Guard look for missing fishermen

first_imgOAK ISLAND, NC (WWAY) — Both the Coast Guard and people on private boats continue to combed the coast along the Carolinas searching for the two fishermen missing since Sunday.Friends of the Hambrick family tell us more than 30 private boats have been in the water searching for the two fishermen.- Advertisement – Marinas from Brunswick County to Charleston have asked boaters to search for the men.This is now the third day of the search.We are waiting to hear more from the US Coast Guard when they have an update.Related Article: North Carolina Maritime Museum opens new exhibit dedicated to Coast Guardlast_img read more

Music project to benefit Surfers Healing features Wilmington artists

first_img One of those updates that is a part of “One Perfect Summer” includes George “DJ GeoYio” Yionoulis, a ten year old boy on the autism spectrum.“George is an amazing musical artist and we are so happy that he will be providing a track,” added Pike.  “This album is all about inclusion and George is a great example of that.  We are thrilled that his music will be represented in this diverse piece of art.”The album will feature music of all different types of genres: Rock, folk, reggae, bluegrass, Americana, surf music, hip hop, and EDM.Related Article: Family creates GoFundMe for man who died rescuing children“There will truly be something for everyone on this album, but there will also be one thing bringing it all together: a common spirit of what the Hawaiians call, ‘aloha.’  We simply can’t thank the musicians enough,” added Pike.“One Perfect Summer” will be released in August to coincide with the Surfers Healing two-day surf camp and the artists will include L Shaped Lot, Da Howlies, Fuzz Jackson, Mac and Juice, The Mighty Olas, Stray Local, Onward Soldiers, Whitney and Alex Lanier, Massive Grass, Elephant Convoy, and of course, DJ GeoYio.Planning is also underway for a big luau celebration after the album release this summer.  Tickets to that event will be announced later this spring and will also benefit Surfers Healing.“We are happy to make this announcement during Autism Awareness Month.  It is a big part of this year’s efforts to spread the word, the love, and the desire to help others,” said Pike.Surfers Healing is a non-profit organization that teaches children with autism to surf. It was founded by Israel and Danielle Paskowitz for the benefit of their son Isaiah Paskowitz who was diagnosed with autism at age three. Surfers Healing seeks to enrich the lives of people living with autism by exposing them to surfing. The surf camps are free of charge to autistic children, and include camps in Hawaii, North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida, New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island, Puerto Rico, Australia, and California. Surfers Healing camp in August 2016. (Photo: Helen Holt/WWAY) WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — A major musical project is underway which will feature Wilmington musicians contributing original songs to benefit Surfers Healing, a free camp that helps kids on the autism spectrum learn how to surf.“It’s incredibly exciting,” says John Pike, International Director of Development and Fundraising, Surfers Healing and founding member of the effort to bring Surfers Healing to Wrightsville Beach.  “This is an amazingly talented group of musicians and each day it seems there is another update that makes this project stronger.”- Advertisement – last_img read more

Shipping company fined for discharging oily waste into ocean

first_img(Photo: NC Ports) WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — A Japanese shipping company that delivered products to the Wilmington port will pay a million dollar fine for environmental pollution crimes.The company operated the Motor Vessel Atlantic Oasis.- Advertisement – An inspection by the US Coast Guard last May revealed the crew had dumped oily waste into the ocean and then tried to cover it up.The ship’s chief engineer has already been convicted and sentenced for falsifying the oil record book as well as a fine.The company was placed on probation and must implement an environmental compliance plan.last_img read more

One man arrested after breakin in Tabor City another on the run

first_imgLamont Delaney (Photo: Tabor City Police Department) TABOR CITY, NC (WWAY) — A man was arrested in Tabor City after he broke in to a home and fired shots at police, Saturday afternoon.Captain Greg Sibbett with the Tabor City Police Department says 22-year-old Lamont Delaney, of North Charleston, was caught breaking into someone’s home on Seal Street. Officers managed to capture him but another suspect got away. Sibbett says officers fought with both subjects. No officers were injured and no one was shot.- Advertisement – Delaney is in jail under a $40,000 secured bond and is charged with breaking and entering, two counts of assault with a deadly weapon, among other charges. The police department is asking for people to be on the lookout for the second suspect, a 20-year-old black male, who was seen with Delaney on Watering street before the break-in.last_img read more

ILM Technical issue fixed flight cancellations remain

first_img Flight officials said the airline was experiencing a “technical issue” which primarily impacts flights to Charlotte.ILM Deputy Director Gary Broughton says the issue has been resolved, but now crews and planes still need to get back on track.“As of this morning, I’m told that [Tuesday] the situation has been rectified, the system is fixed and back up and running. Unfortunately, they’ve got crew members that are spread out, both crew members and aircraft that are spread out across the system that have been displaced. So they have to get them back together and get things up and running normally,” said Broughton.Related Article: ‘I’m devastated’: Neighbors of Raleigh airline pilot react to triple murder chargesBroughton said there were more cancellations Wednesday, but he expected flights would be back on schedule within a day or so. WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — A spokesman for Wilmington International Airport says a technical issue that grounded some flights to and from Charlotte has been fixed, but things are not back to normal just yet.American’s regional carrier, PSA Airlines, began experiencing technical issues on Thursday night, which primarily impacts flights to Charlotte. Since then, hundreds of PSA flights have been canceled.- Advertisement – last_img read more