14 worst ways you can do for your body
from MSN Healthy
Drinking to much
To many netflix marathons
not enough water
to much Java
wearing braces and weight belts at the gym
Tickets on sale beginning:
Friday, March 7 at 10:00 AM
Rod Stewart and Santana, two of music's most influential hit makers and dynamic live performers, will join forces and embark on an 18-concert North American tour this summer. Kicking-off May 23 in Albany, NY, the tour unites two musical trailblazers who have helped redefine the sound of popular music for the last five decades through their combined love of rock, soul, world rhythms, funk, jazz and blues. Both Stewart and Santana are known for their high-energy, hit-packed live concerts -- making the combination an incomparable experience for all music fans.
Their visit to Eugene's beautiful Matthew Knight Arena on Thursday, July 31 will mark their only appearance in the U.S. Pacific Northwest. Tickets for the show will go on sale beginning Friday, March 7 at 10AM (PST). Tickets will be priced at $39.50, $62.50, $82.50 and $152.50. They will be available at the Matthew Knight Arena ticket office, online at matthewknightarena.com and at all Tickets West outlets.
An employee at the Lillian Booth Actors Home in New Jersey confirmed MacRae's death.
The London-born actress played Ralph Kramden's long-suffering wife on the "Honeymooners" episodes of "The Jackie Gleason Show" from 1966 to 1970. She was one of multiple actresses to play the role, including Pert Kelton, Audrey Meadows and Sue Ane Langdon.
MacRae's other television roles included Madelyn Richmond on the soap opera "General Hospital."
The actress had four children husband Gordon MacRae, to whom she was married from 1941 until the pair divorced in 1967. In addition to sons William Gordon MacRae and Robert Bruce MacRae (deceased), the couple had two daughters, both actresses. Heather MacRae appeared on series including "Starsky and Hutch," "The Sopranos" and "Sex and the City." while Meredith MacRae (also deceased) starred as Billie Jo Bradley on "Petticoat Junction."
MacRae's theater credits include "Guys and Dolls" and "The Bells Are Ringing."
The Lakers ended the first quarter of their meeting with the Clippers at Staples Center on Thursday night on a 7-2 run to cut their deficit to just two points. Then, L.A.'s "other team" decided play time was over.
What transpired was history — the wrong type of history as far as the Lakers were concerned.
Once all was said and done, the Lakers couldn't do anything about being embarrassed on national television, suffering a 48-point drubbing and their worst loss in franchise history, 142-94.
"In the first quarter I thought we played really well, then we took a body blow, and it looked like it just took us to our knees," Lakers head coach Mike D'Antoni said. "The air went out big time. They smelled blood in the water and they killed us."
The viewers at home saw a disgruntled look on the face of Lakers general manager Mitch Kupchak that made its rounds on social media screaming "caption this." They saw the Lakers get beat up and down the floor. They were witnesses to the Clippers throwing lob after lob after lob against a maligned Lakers defense almost at will.
The Lakers were smaller, yet slower, getting outraced to the tune of 34-23 in fast break points. The rebounding margin was far from close with the Clippers holding the advantage there as well, 64-33.
The Clippers scored 44 points in the second quarter, alone. The Lakers managed just 40 for the first half.
It was the type of game in which you could scour the entire 48 minutes and be hard pressed to find a silver lining.
"I think there was a little bit of fight (in us), but not enough," said Pau Gasol, who finished with a team-high 21 points. "It was just a terrible game on our part."
Added Robert Sacre: "Of course it's embarrassing. No one wants to lose like that. It's stupid to feel like that team can beat us like that."
The previous record for largest loss in Lakers history was 46 points, a 129-83 loss to Portland on Jan. 5, 1995. This was also the largest victory in Clippers history and, when added to these teams' last meeting, means the Clippers have been beaten the Lakers by a combined 84 points in the last two games.
The Clippers showed they just weren't L.A.'s "other team" but a respectable tenant even if they've yet to capture the hearts and minds of the city that bleeds Purple and Gold.
"During the game all the fans were yelling, 'It's still a Lakers town,' and it is, it's no secret," Clippers guard Chris Paul said.
Still, a loud message was sent with a 48-point win. Since the Lakers surprising Opening Night win over the Clippers, Doc Rivers' bunch has outscored the Lakers 265-181 in two games.
A month from Thursday they meet again. On the Clippers' home floor.
Now its finally over I am sorry the ladies lost but the bleeding has stopped as it were.
Now we as in them can get or try to get some "young" Coach who brings excitement
back as well as the Crowds back to woman's basketball, I am sorry but in looking at
most of photos of home games?
A real JOKE where were the fans?
I counted at one game photo ,5 fans behind the basket sure it was funny for the moment
But come now.
I blog about national titles at Oregon and the only sport I see as THE SPORT at Oregon is
Track and Field and Cross Country and I didn't say that wasn't good,But Now how about other
sports, Now with a new coach, and hopefully building solid program , why not get some
talent here in Eugene who could maybe in my lifetime bring a title to Eugene in ladies hoops?
Sure it could be done with a little work in recruiting and a great following as in the fans.
I talked recently with many as far as the local talent we had slip away the nations #1 recruit
Miss Mercedes Russell to Tennessee ?
And a couple from in state go elsewhere and here we have the Matthew Knight" empty" arena?
Lets get with it ...and I mean now!
As I get older I notice my favorite sports have changed..
I used to enjoy as a kid Baseball but as I got older I like now my top 3
Basketball , football and last and don't get me wrong I still love baseball
all though its very In my opinion, boring and like watching snow melt?
Yes we are in the month of march and yes getting closer is March Madness
and college basketball but I am looking forward as I read my blog friends blogs
about baseball, we are closing in on June and the start of minor league baseball
here in Eugene,Oregon and our Eugene Emeralds now playing at PK park I recall
the good old days when we played at the old civic stadium built in 1938.
I recall seeing the likes of Mike Schmidt who we all recall went on to the Phillies,
His teammate Larry Bowa and others I could name and bore you the blogger to death!
Its fun to as we did when Schmidt and Bowa played and how we didn't realize what a
pro career these two would have later on?
Its like now, we see a lot of young college aged kids trying to make it big and some sadly
wont and return to the real world an either geta job or its back to school!!!!l once again.
Who Knows what lays ahead for those wana bies ?
My Buddy Ron had dreams of playing for the Yankees as most did Im sure!
In Eugene we have the single A or short season league beginning in June and ending in
September unless you make the playoffs and continue?'
I as I said I have seen em come and go as in the players...The kid who in college was
known as the next?
Then sadly does not CUT IT!!!!
I always say they start in Eugene BUT unless an injury if they return ?
it might be this "maybe look for another profession"
Fans also I don't think understand that Minor ball is more instructional than
the wins its more teaching than any thing else , Now do they the players want to win?
Of Course did I say they didn't?
See you at the ball park!!!!