U.S. Senate Confirms CU Nobel Laureate Carl Wieman as Associate Director for Science

first_imgCarl Wieman Share Share via TwitterShare via FacebookShare via LinkedInShare via E-mail Categories:AcademicsScience & TechnologySpaceCampus CommunityNews Headlines Published: Sept. 22, 2010 Distinguished Professor Carl Wieman of the University of Colorado at Boulder has been confirmed by the U.S. Senate as associate director for science in the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy.The Nobel laureate “is expected to spearhead the administration’s push to improve science education, drawing upon his pioneering work at the University of Colorado, Boulder, to strengthen the undergraduate training of science and math teachers” according to the online news site of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.Wieman was confirmed on Sept. 16. While serving in Washington, he will be on leave of absence from CU-Boulder and the University of British Columbia.Wieman shared the Nobel Prize in physics in 2001 for creating a new form of matter called Bose-Einstein condensate and has been widely recognized since that time for his efforts to improve undergraduate education in science, technology, engineering and math. He used part of his Nobel Prize award to launch CU’s PhET Interactive Simulations project that provides online, interactive instruction in science and mathematics at phet.colorado.edu.Wieman is a member of the National Academy of Sciences, the National Academy of Education and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. He is a fellow and former chairman of JILA, a joint institute of CU-Boulder and the National Institute of Standards and Technology.In 2004, Wieman was named Professor of the Year among all doctoral and research universities in the United States by The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching and the Council for Advancement and Support of Education. Among Wieman’s numerous other awards are the Benjamin Franklin Medal in Physics, the King Faisal International Prize for Science, the Arthur L. Schawlow Prize in Laser Science and the Richtmyer Lecture Award from the American Association of Physics Teachers.A link to his appointment in the Congressional Record is available by clicking on “confirmations” at thomas.loc.gov/cgi-bin/query/R?r111:FLD001:S57180,S57186. A link to the news release announcing President Obama’s nomination of Wieman is available at www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/president-obama-announces-more-key-administration-posts-32210.last_img read more

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Yorkshire Games Festival sees attendance jump by 15% in second year

first_imgYorkshire Games Festival sees attendance jump by 15% in second yearNinja Theory, Wargaming.net and TT Games join festival at National Science and Media MuseumPress ReleaseFriday 24th November 2017Share this article Recommend Tweet ShareFriday 24th November, Bradford, UK:‭ The potential for storytelling in games to compete with film and TV, the difficulties of pulling off successful PR for your game, and the growing chasm opening up between big budget triple-A releases and their indie counterparts: It might have only been the second annual Yorkshire Games Festival, but that didn’t stop prized speakers tackling the games industry’s difficult issues.Taking place at the National Science and Media Museum in Bradford over five days earlier in November, the festival saw some of gaming’s brightest and most esteemed peers both take to the stage and light up various events to educate, inform and, dare we say it, entertain almost 9,000 attendees – a figure that represents a 15 percent jump over 2016’s figures.Speakers who have worked at the likes of award-winning studio TT Games, Frontier Developments, Criterion Games, Ninja Theory, Wargaming.net, Naughty Dog, and the talent that created mega multiplayer hit Overcooked, all offered insight and provoked debate aplenty.”This was my first year attending the Yorkshire Games Festival and it was great to see such enthusiasm for the games industry running throughout the speakers, organisers and attendees,” offers Dominic Matthews, Commercial Director at Ninja Theory. “The quality and breadth of talks was excellent and the audiences eager to learn. Altogether a hustling, bustling event of enthusiasm and optimism for the games industry set in the aspirational setting of the National Science and Media Museum.”It was a setting fit enough to host Matthews’ own musings on the growing divide between games from triple-A studios and the often more creative releases from indie developers – developers who have the freedom to take risks their bigger brothers don’t. Ninja Theory, however, sits in between the two he argued, exploiting the opportunity and somewhat greater scope provided by independence with the bigger budget typically afforded only the major players. Does this growing ‘independent-triple-A’ space offer a massive opportunity for studios currently entering the market?His time on stage came after scriptwriter and narrative designer Martin Korda, who drew on his experience as a writer on some of the biggest games launched in the last decade to suggest storytelling in games has the potential to become one of the most powerful forms of narrative in the world. Games, he suggested, can utilise storytelling techniques from movies, TV, radio and books and combine them with interactivity and player choice to create a compelling combination.”The Yorkshire Games Festival has the potential to become one of the key annual UK games industry events,” said Korda of his visit. “Its audience of established game development professionals, and students aspiring to one day become a part of the industry, provides the event with an excellent balance of experience and enthusiasm. It was a real pleasure to speak at such a vibrant and welcoming festival.”For organisers, the jump in attendance and the overall quality of the speakers has validated both the event’s creation and its expansion this year, which saw a dedicated School Day, numerous workshops and game showcases.”It may only have been the second Yorkshire Games Festival, but the event already feels both established and growing in scale and scope,” comments Festival Director, Kathryn Penny. “It’s so exciting to see the mixture of experience – our amazing speakers – and excitement from the large number of students and delegates the festival attracts all mingling together, exchanging ideas and debating the issues. It’s an event that really lights up the museum.” The schedule, in brief, included:Wednesday 8th November, 2017School Day: A free day of activities for schools, with special events for KS2 and KS3 children covering all elements needed to make a great gameThursday 9th November, 2017Talks: Presentations by Destiny 2 videogame writer Martin Korda, Arthur Parsons – Head of Design, TT Games – who examined the legacy of TT Games and delved into the making of his current game, LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2, Director of Special Projects at Wargaming.net Tracy Spaight, Louise McLennan and Sebastian Hickey of Elite Dangerous developer Frontier Developments, and Dominic Matthews from Ninja TheoryWorkshop on the Business of Video GamesFriday 10th November, 2017Talks: Keynote speech from former Naughty Dog VFX artist Iki Ikram who talked about his work on The Last of Us and Uncharted 4, plus legendary composer and musician David Wise, Overcooked’s Oli De-Vine and Phil Duncan, Kieran Crimmins and James Svensson of Criterion on Star Wars: Battlefront VR Mission, Gang Beasts’ creators James Brown and Michael Brown of BoneloafMeet the Developers networking eventSaturday 11th November, 2017 and Sunday 12th November, 2017Let’s Play Weekend – Scores of special events, many of them free, extending beyond the National Science and Media Museum, encompassing games showcases, arcade games, WiFi Wars (charge applies), Minecraft workshops and The Displaced, a live-action multiplayer game!Celebrating employer excellence in the video games industry8th July 2021Submit your company Sign up for The Daily Update and get the best of GamesIndustry.biz in your inbox. Enter your email addressMore storiesEA Play Live set for July 22Formerly E3-adjacent event moves to take place a month and half after the ESA’s showBy Jeffrey Rousseau 6 hours agoGenesis Noir nabs four nominations in 2021 IGF AwardsOther games in the running for Seumas McNally Grand Prize include Paradise Killer, Teardown, Chicory: A Colorful Tale, Umurani Generation, and SpiritfarerBy Brendan Sinclair 4 days agoLatest comments Sign in to contributeEmail addressPasswordSign in Need an account? Register now.last_img read more

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Dan Cody’s Yacht Moves Up Final Off-Broadway Performance by One Week

first_img Dan Cody’s Yacht Anthony Giardina’s new play Dan Cody’s Yacht, currently receiving its world premiere at New York City Center—Stage I, will conclude its limited off-Broadway run one week earlier than originally announced. First scheduled to play through July 8, the work will now wrap up its engagement on July 1. Tony winner Doug Hughes directs the production, which began previews on May 15 and opened on June 6. Dan Cody’s Yacht takes place in a small Boston suburb, where a single schoolteacher (played by Kristen Bush) is struggling to get by. When the wealthy father (Rick Holmes) of one of her students (John Kroft) surprises her with a financial proposal that could change her daughter’s life, their worlds collide.In addition to Bush, Holmes and Kroft, the cast includes Meredith Forlenza, Laura Kai Chen, Jordan Lage, Casey Whyland and Roxanna Hope Radja. The creative team features John Lee Beatty (scenic design), Catherine Zuber (costume design), Jen Schriever (lighting design) and Fitz Patton (original music and sound design). Kristen Bush & Rick Holmes in “Dan Cody’s Yacht”(Photo: Joan Marcus) Related Showscenter_img Show Closed This production ended its run on July 1, 2018 View Commentslast_img read more

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Psychedelics appear to have promising effects on human well-being — but rigorous research is lacking

first_imgShare on Facebook Email Share on Twitter Pinterest There has been a renewed scientific interest in the use of psychedelics and preliminary evidence suggests that drugs like psilocybin can improve several aspects of human functioning, such as increasing pro-social behavior, according to a new article in Neuropharmacology.The scientific review, however, also highlights the limit of this evidence and calls for more rigorous, longitudinal data.“We found that there is a double bias when it comes to psychedelics. On the one hand, mainstream medicine — respectively psychiatry — is often unrealistically concerned with the negative side effects of psychedelic use like HPPD (hallucinogen-persisting perception disorder) or cases of psychosis,” said Henrik Jungaberle of the MIND European Foundation for Psychedelic Science, the corresponding author of the review.center_img Share LinkedIn “On the other hand, recreational users are frequently exaggerating positive effects and ignoring negative or neutral outcomes. The latter sometimes becomes a belief system rather than a fact based decision.”“So one reason for writing the review was a motivation to look for balance in the assessment of what the positive and negative effects of psychedelics are beyond the therapeutic context. Since psychedelics are overwhelmingly used in recreational or self-treatment settings so far, this seems a relevant field of interest — both for potential positive change for people’s lifestyles and for harm reduction,” Jungaberle explained.“On the other side, we are interested in finding out which factors contribute to sustainable positive effects of psychedelics and for whom. We are setting up a longitudinal project for conducting research about this.”The researchers reviewed 77 clinical trials and epidemiological studies on psychedelic drugs. The studies, which included 9876 participants, all utilized some measures from positive psychology, such as happiness or introspection.“There definitely is evidence for positive effects of psychedelics and MDMA outside of therapeutic contexts — both acutely and long-term. They comprise: mood, well-being, prosocial behaviours, empathy, cognitive flexibility, creativity, personality factors like openness, value orientations, nature-relatedness, spirituality, self-transcendence and mindfulness,” Jungaberle told PsyPost.“But we know almost nothing about the conditions under which these effects occur ‘in the wild’ and for whom. It also seems clear that taking psychedelics doesn’t automatically spark sustainable positive effects. There are overlapping situational and personality factors that seem to influence these positive effects. And they don’t occur for everybody. There is no simple way from taking a psychedelic to an ‘expanded consciousness’ in everyday life. Some just don’t get it while other do.”The review highlights that despite a recent increase in the number of studies on psychedelic drugs, there is still much that remains uncertain. “Almost everything in relation to the non-medical/therapeutic use of psychedelics remains unclear. We need rigorous studies about this field that are not conducted by ideologists,” Jungaberle said.“I see an interesting potential for psychedelics to help build a larger connectedness to non-human beings and nature — at least for some and hopefully for those who want to be engaged in political and cultural change.”“This seems relevant in terms of addressing alienated urban life-styles and the negative impact of technologies on the life on Earth,” Jungaberle added. “But it seems unlikely for me that a diffuse ‘psychedelic community’ would bring about such potential impulses for change, if it does not interact seriously with mainstream culture and if it doesn’t see the limits of ‘consciousness change’ in relation to the larger political, ecological and economical processes that are not directly related to the consciousness of individuals and small groups anymore (e.g. climate change).”The review article, “Positive psychology in the investigation of psychedelics and entactogens: A critical review“, was authored by Henrik Jungaberle, Sascha Thal, Andrea Zeuch, Ansgar Rougemont-Bücking, Maximilian von Heyden, Helena Aicher, and Milan Scheidegger.last_img read more

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ALE Heavylift Ib

first_imgThe first was the installation of a stator frame on support beams at Krsko nuclear power plant in Slovenia. The four-phase operation saw the unloading of the Siemens stator frame from the external transport platform by Megalift and its jacking up to a loading position onto the internal transport platform. Transport from the unloading area to the assembly building followed before unloading of the stator frame onto supported beams at its final position.Once the stator assembly is complete it will be transported by SPMT platforms to the plant and installed using a 500 tonne capacity skidding gantry.Meanwhile, in Spain, ALE Heavylift Ibërica was involved in the extraction and installation of a rotor at Castellón power plant.ALE successfully performed the extraction of a 52 tonne rotor for maintenance and repair of the stator. Once maintenance is completed, the rotor will be reinserted to its original position.last_img read more

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Akibat Penerbangan Sepi dan Parkiran Penuh, Sejumlah Pesawat Rusak Gegara ‘Bersenggolan’,Kesal Berada di Bawah Pengaruh Cina, China Airlines Ingin Ganti Nama…

first_imgDua pesawat Cathay Pacific, A350 dan B777 bersenggolan di Bandara Hong Kong. Foto: Twitter @JournoDannyAero via Sam Chui Frekuensi penerbangan terus menurun selama beberapa bulan terakhir. Penyebabnya, apalagi kalau bukan wabah virus Cina. Menurut OAG, kapasitas maskapai di seluruh dunia, secara keseluruhan, turun lebih dari seperempat. Laporan terbaru untuk minggu ini menunjukkan penurunan di seluruh dunia sebesar 28,7 persen dibandingkan dengan periode yang sama tahun lalu. Bahkan, beberapa negara lainnya, seperti Italia dan Hong Kong, penurunannya cukup drastis, mencapai lebih dari 80 persen.Baca juga: Penerbangan Masih Lesu, Bandara Hong Kong Kehilangan 91 Persen PengunjungSelain itu, Asosiasi Transportasi Udara Internasional (IATA) belum lama ini juga telah merilis analisis terbaru. Analisis tersebut menunjukkan, lesunya penerbangan akibat pandemi corona akan menyebabkan maskapai kehilangan sekitar US$314 miliar pada tahun 2020, atau turun hingga 55 persen jika dibandingkan dengan tahun 2019. Diperkirakan, dampak terburuk baru akan terasa pada kuartal II 2020, yakni pada April-Juni mendatang. Terbukti, pada awal April kemarin, frekuensi penerbangan secara global turun hingga 80 persen dibandingkan periode yang sama tahun 2019. Sebagian besar karena pembatasan perjalanan yang ketat yang diberlakukan oleh pemerintah dunia untuk membatasi penyebaran virus.Dalam keadaan tersebut, praktis, maskapai tak punya pilihan lain kecuali meng-grounded armada mereka di bandara. Namun, belakangan, banyaknya pesawat yang parkir di bandara bukan hanya membuat overload dan muncul opsi untuk parkir di gurun, melainkan memicu terjadinya sebuah insiden. Menurut Travel Radar, sebagaimana dikutip dari samchui.com, belum lama ini, dua pesawat milik Cathay Pacific, A350 AND B777 dilaporkan bersenggolan di Bandara Hong Kong. Belum jelas waktu persis kejadian tersebut, entah kemarin atau lusa. Namun, petugas ground control bandara mengaku, pihaknya menerima informasi adanya insiden senggolan dua pesawat pada pukul 12:30 (waktu setempat) di Taxiway J. Taxiway J belakangan memang terungkap sudah dimanfaatkan otoritas bandara untuk memarkirkan pesawat karena space yang ada sudah tak lagi menampung.Akibat dari insiden tersebut, baik Airbus A350 ataupun Boeing 777 keduanya mengalami sedikit kerusakan. Airbus A350 mengalami kerusakan pada winglet sebelah kanan sedangkan Boeing 777 rusak pada stabilizer horizontal sebelah kiri.Senggolan antar dua pesawat Cathay Pacific pun seperti mengulang insiden serupa. Pesawat terbaru A350-1000 milik British Airways dilaporkan bersenggolan dengan pesawat Boeing 777-300ER milik Emirates di Bandara Internasional Dubai, Uni Emirat Arab, pada Selasa (14/4).Baca juga: Emirates Jadi Maskapai Pertama Lakukan Rapid Tes Corona ke Seluruh PenumpangDari gambar yang beredar di media sosial terlihat, komponen trailing edge pada sayap sebelah kiri A350 British Airways rusak akibat bersenggolan dengan elevator sebelah kiri 777-300ER Emirates. Kedua pesawat sama-sama mengalami kerusakan.Belum ada penjelasan resmi mengenai insiden yang terjadi. Namun dalam twitternya, akun JACDEC @JacdecNew mengatakan bahwa saat itu A350-1000 Flight BA 106 sedang melaksanakan push-back untuk melaksanakanan penerbangan balik ke London.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading… Relatedlast_img read more

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Twenty-one in the European Championship qualifiers shot down San Marino, the…

first_imgThe Czechs had the upper hand from the beginning. Bucha, however, sent the ball above the goal in the first big chance, and a moment later, with several prompt interventions, the home goalkeeper De Angelis flashed. A few seconds later, however, Drchal took advantage of the guests’ dominance, who in the 19th minute turned around the defender and aimed exactly at the post.Tribal player Sparta, who is now hosting in Mladá Boleslav, made his mark for the first time at twenty-one. In the 27th minute, he increased to 2: 0 when he hit his head around Sadílek’s corner. After half an hour of play, Janošek could have added a third goal from a direct kick, but De Angelis managed his dangerous attempt.“I wouldn’t say that my two goals in the first half broke the match, rather they helped us calm down. We already had two chances before that, so we played with more peace after those goals,” Drchal said on the FACR website. “We can take it as a mandatory victory, but from my point of view it is important towards the next match, it can help us,” he added.The Czech team also had a two-goal scorer in the second half. Krejčí first shot Janošek’s shot in the 64th minute and in the 76th minute the Spartan midfielder overcame Paolini with his head after a corner kick, who was replaced by De Angelise in the home goal a while before.“The opponent entered the match much better than when we played with them a year ago. They were more aggressive and attacked faster. We got into the match a little later, but we won,” said Krejčí. “I’m glad that at least in the national team it falls for me. I would like to score a goal in the club, but at least like this. Hopefully it will continue and I will win the best scorer of the team,” he smiled.At 5: 0, immediately after Sadílek’s center, Holík raised his head and six minutes before the end, Šulc closed the score. The Czech team defeated San Marino 6-0 just like last autumn in Chomutov and still did not lose in the qualification. He leads the table four points ahead of Greece, which, however, has two matches less.The next opponent of Krejčí’s selection will be the fourth Croatia in České Budějovice next week, which has two matches less and is losing eight points to the Czech Republic. Third is Scotland with one match for good and a six-point loss. Only group winners will advance to the Euro.last_img read more

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Boxing: The Contender – All 16 Participants Are Revealed For New Season

first_imgAdvertisement haqrNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs76rWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Em2v( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) bs1fWould you ever consider trying this?😱lgyofCan your students do this? 🌚cg1yxRoller skating! Powered by Firework Premium pay television network EPIX® has announced the 16 fighters who will be facing off with one another for the championship belt on the revival of boxing franchise series The Contender this fall. The highly anticipated 12-episode season, from MGM Television and Paramount Television, will premiere on EPIX on Aug. 24, 2018 at 10 PM ET/PT.Advertisement Hosted by undefeated boxing champion Andre “Son of God” Ward, the first-of-its-kind competitive documentary series for the network will feature 16 fighters pushing their limits in grueling elimination-style fights and testing their grit and determination to achieve their boxing dreams. The fighters will be overseen by legendary boxing coach Freddie Roach, and renowned Philadelphia trainer Naazim Richardson.Advertisement “The Contender takes unscripted TV to its grittiest. It has incredible professional fighters and real professional fights.  The edge of your seat drama and true stories sets a tone that our audiences will be expecting and I love it,” said Mark Burnett, President of MGM Television.“With this new iteration of The Contender, the focus is on the gritty, personal stories of the fighters battling for boxing glory,” said Michael Wright, President, EPIX. “It was important for us to find individuals who not only displayed the boxing chops and resilience in the ring, but who also showed a depth of heart and humor outside of it. Our 16 fighters are vivacious, tough, funny, sensitive, driven and inspiring, and we are excited for our fans to get to know their stories and root for them inside the ring and out.”Advertisement The 16 Contenders come from a wide variety of professional boxing backgrounds and stations in life, bringing their unique stories, personalities, strengths and motivations to the series.Each fighter will be vying to be declared the new 160-pound middleweight champion of The Contender and take home the winner’s six-figure purse — a prize, which, for all the fighters, represents a better life for their families and loved ones who have been there with them through all the ups and downs of their journeys.Here’s a look at the 16 participants:• Ievgen Khytrov (16-1, 13 KOs), 29, a native of Ukraine fighting out of Brooklyn. A former top prospect who has won two fights in a row since he was upset by Immanuwel Aleem via sixth-round knockout in 17 months ago.• Eric Walker (15-1, 8 KOs), 34, of Plaquemine, Louisiana. Incarcerated at 15 years old, he spent 14 years in prison for robbery and attempted murder. He learned to box in prison. He’s coming off his first loss, a 10-round decision to Patrick Day last July.• John Thompson (18-3, 6 KOs), 29, of Newark, New Jersey. He won the 2015 ESPN Boxcino junior middleweight tournament, a win that landed him a vacant world title shot later in the year that he lost by seventh-round knockout to Liam Smith.• Brandon Adams (17-2, 12 KOs), 28, of Los Angeles. He lost in the final of the 2014 ESPN Boxcino middleweight tournament and then won three fights in a row before losing to Thompson in the final of the 2015 ESPN Boxcino junior middleweight tournament. Adams has not fought since.• Malcolm McAllister (9-1, 8 KOs), 27, of Long Beach, California. He turned pro in 2014 and is coming off his first loss, an eight-round decision to unbeaten prospect Chordale Booker.• Quatavious Cash (10-0, 7 KOs), 26, of Las Vegas. The Atlanta native turned pro in 2012 but had a three-year layoff before returning in 2017. He’s a four-time Golden Gloves state champion.• Shane Mosley Jr. (10-2, 7 KOs), 27, of Santa Monica, California. He’s the son of former pound-for-pound king and three-division champion Shane Mosley. He has not fought since an eight-round split-decision loss in Australia on the Manny Pacquiao-Jeff Horn undercard.• Daniel Valdivia (14-2, 10 KOs), 25, of Tulare, California. A real estate agent by day, he’s moving up in weight after consecutive eight-round decision losses to Vladimir Hernandez in his last two fights.• Michael Moore (15-1, 7 KOs), 31, of Cleveland. He participated in the 2015 ESPN Boxcino junior middleweight tournament but lost in the quarterfinals. He’s fought only twice since, but won both bouts.• Gerald Sherrell (8-0, 4 KOs), 24, of Pittsburgh. He’s a prospect who has been fighting four- and six-rounders. He grew up as a fan of the original “Contender” series.• Morgan Fitch (18-1-1, 8 KOs), 34, of Pittsburgh. The married father of three lost for the first time when he stepped up in opposition, dropping a 10-round decision to 2012 Brazilian Olympic bronze medalist Yamaguchi Falcao in his last fight 13 months ago.• Marcos Hernandez (11-1, 3 KOs), 24, of Fresno, California. Hernandez has yet to face any name opposition but he has overcome a lot in life after an accident left him with burns on 30 percent of his body, which led him to be bullied as a child. He’s raising an autistic son.• Tyrone Brunson (26-6-2, 24 KOs), 33, of Philadelphia. He began his career with 19 consecutive first-round knockouts and is one of the most experienced fighters in the field. He knocked out former welterweight titlist Kermit Cintron last year.• Lamar Russ (17-2, 8 KOs), 31, of Wilmington, North Carolina. Began his career 14-0 until losing a decision to longtime contender Matthew Macklin on HBO in 2013.• John Jackson (21-3, 16 KOs), 29, of St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands. The son of former world titleholder Julian Jackson fought for a vacant junior middleweight world title in 2016 and lost by eighth-round knockout to Jermell Charlo.• Devaun Lee (10-3-1, 5 KOs), 30, of Queens, New York. Lee turned to boxing and away from the streets when he was 16 and a friend was shot and killed. He’s coming off a 10-round decision loss to Vaughn Alexander in March. Advertisementlast_img read more

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Quiet township targeted

first_imgA spike in crime in the Emerald area has residents worried. From tools, car parts and cash, to trailers, dirt…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription. By Jessica Anstice last_img

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