Bills axe Ryan ahead of season finale

first_img PAINFUL LOSS He called the loss to Miami his most painful as a Bills coach, and the second most painful in his 20 NFL seasons as a coach or assistant. Ryan also second-guessed some of the decisions he made during the game, including punting from his own 41 with a little over four minutes left in overtime. He said he hoped the loss wouldn’t become his defining moment in Buffalo. “But if it is, it’s something I’ve got to live with,” he said. With speculation raised over the past month over his job security, Ryan also dismissed a question over whether two seasons were enough to be judged upon by the Pegulas. “Whatever they think is fair, that’s the only thing that matters,” he said. “I’m just going to try to win this game. It doesn’t matter that it doesn’t mean anything. To me, it means a lot. I want to win the game. That’s who I am.” The Bills also fired Ryan’s twin brother, Rob Ryan, from his position as an assistant head coach with the responsibility to oversee defence. Rex Ryan came to Buffalo saying this would be his last job after six seasons with the Jets, and vowed to build the Bills into a bully. This has been a difficult year for the Ryans, who mourned the death of their father, Buddy Ryan, in June. Pegula then noted his wife in saying: “Kim and I and our entire Bills organisation share in the same disappointment and frustration as our fans, but we remain committed to our goal of bringing a championship to western New York.” The Pegulas made the decision to fire Ryan after attending Saturday’s game and then spending Christmas at their second home in the Adirondacks. Ryan was 15-16 in two seasons in Buffalo and is 61-66 overall. He hasn’t had a winning season since his second with the Jets in 2010, when New York went 11-5 and lost the AFC Championship game for a second consecutive post-season. Ryan was dismissed a day after he appeared emotionally drained during what became his final news conference. DISAPPOINTMENT ORCHARD PARK, NY (AP): The Bills have fired coach Rex Ryan before the end of his second season after he failed to build Buffalo’s defence into a bully or lead the team to the playoffs. The Bills announced Ryan’s firing yesterday, three days after a 34-31 overtime loss to the Dolphins dropped the Bills to 7-8 and officially eliminated the team from playoff contention. The loss extended the NFL’s longest active playoff drought to 17 seasons. Assistant head coach and offensive coordinator Anthony Lynn takes over as the interim coach, and is expected to be a candidate to replace Ryan full-time. The Bills close the season in a meaningless game on Sunday at the New York Jets (4-11). Lynn is a long-time Ryan assistant and was promoted to offensive coordinator after Ryan fired Greg Roman following an 0-2 start. Team owner Terry Pegula reached the decision over the weekend and informed Ryan during the team’s day off on Tuesday. “We mutually agreed that the time to part ways is now,” Pegula said in a statement released by the team. “These decisions are never easy.”last_img read more

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Magnolia celebrates 14th PBA title in another banner year for SMC

first_img“Let’s just enjoy tonight!” Finals MVP Mark Barroca told the fans, who braved the Christmas traffic just to celebrate with their team.“I hope we partake in more events like this in the future,” added coach Chito Victolero.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSJapeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for GinebraSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back ChrissThe Hotshots ended a four-year title drought in the PBA at the expense of the Alaska Aces in Wednesday night’s Governors’ Cup Finals Game 6 in Antipolo.Magnolia’s latest crown puts them in the ranks of other San Miguel teams that churned out successful campaigns this year. New Year: Sydney celebrates start of 2020 under toxic cloud PLAY LIST 01:13New Year: Sydney celebrates start of 2020 under toxic cloud03:55BJMP chief visits QC jail ahead of New Year’s eve celebration01:33Leo Austria, SMB wary of ‘more experienced’ Hotshots ahead of PBA Finals rematch02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew No.13 lucky for Orlando Bloom San Miguel Beer and Petron kicked off 2018 with respective titles at the PBA and PSL. Crowd darling Barangay Ginebra followed suit with a crown in the mid-season. Over at ABL, Alab Pilipinas scripted a massive turnaround punctuated with a title. Just last Thursday, the Spikers notched their second crown.The Magnolia franchise celebrated its 14th PBA title Friday night at the San Miguel HQ in Ortigas. #PBA #14RightNow @inquirerdotnet @INQUIRERSports pic.twitter.com/0qt5lRyTZj— Denison Rey Dalupang (@sonrdINQ) December 21, 2018Alfrancis Chua, San Miguel’s sports director, pointed to the unity within its teams as the key factor that sets them apart from other sports clubs.ADVERTISEMENT Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. LATEST STORIES FIFA research says 3.5B people viewed some World Cup action Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college MOST READ View comments ‘Mia’: Rom-com with a cause a career-boosting showcase for Coleen Garcia Japeth Aguilar embraces role, gets rewarded with Finals MVP plum After winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folk The Magnolia franchise celebrated its 14th overall PBA title at San Miguel headquarters in Ortigas Friday night.ADVERTISEMENT Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil “We’re like family. We treat each other like family, that’s why we’re like this,” alluding to SMC’s title-laden year.“[This] just shows that San Miguel, especially Boss Ramon S. Ang, is focused—not only on the business side of it all,” he added. “He’s hands-on with everything.”“We’re not going to stop now. 2019, 2020, we have to find ways to make us competitive,” Chua closed.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Nextlast_img read more

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Gold Board Forensic Audit Gossai denies wrongdoing, says audit report “misleading”

first_img-Fmr Natural Resources Minister still silentFormer Secretary to the Guyana Gold Board (GGB), Bobby Gossai Jr has described as “misleading” the final report of a Forensic Audit into the operations of the GGB as he denied allegations of any wrongdoing.The 114-page audit report made public on Wednesday covered the period January 2012 to May 2015 and said there was evidence which showed that Gossai forged the signature of the Board Chairman, Dr Gobind Ganga, which allowed the then General Manager to proceed on his remaining annual leave for 2014.“Acting on information provided to us, we confirmed that the signature of the Board Chairman was lifted from another document. This is a gross act of forgery that should be pursued by the appropriate authorities,” it stated.Robert PersaudHowever, Gossai in a statement Thursday denied he fraudulently used the then Chairman’s signature.“At no given time did the Secretary used, reused (“lifted”), misrepresented or disguised the signature of the former chairperson for any undertaking in his capacity on the Board, for professional or other benefits,” Gossai stated.The report also accused Gossai of executing political directives of the former minister, an allegation he vehemently denied, noting that his role has always been professional and legal.“The Secretary acted in full compliance within the mandate of the Guyana Gold Board Act, the management of the GGB and, where necessary through effective policy guidance from the former Ministry of Natural Resources and the Environment, which was always related to the Board of Directors by the former Chairperson,” he stated.He added that all the tasks performed by him were done with full disclosure and consent of the Chairperson of the Board.The former Policy Adviser in the Natural Resources Ministry also rubbished statements in the report that he was appointed unilaterally by Persaud, contrary to the Guyana Gold Board Act, noting that his appointment as Secretary to the GGB Board was as a result of a Cabinet Decision.But, the Forensic Auditors have argued that the Secretary should have been recommended by the board and approved by the minister.Gossai said the directors, during the period under review exercised their duty with “effective professionalism for the development of the organisation.“Moreover, the Board of Directors of the Guyana Gold Board during the period of January 2012 to May 2015 developed and implemented new and improved mechanism which allowed for the enhanced management and accountability of the functioning of the organisation,” he reasoned.He added that during this period, the board and management worked with both local and international partners to improve the overall functionality of the organisation in the areas of human resources development and improved trading and compliance related matters.Persaud’s silenceBobby GossaiMeanwhile, Former Minister Persaud is still to respond to the allegations made against him by the auditors.The forensic auditors said Persaud on several occasions acted contrary to the powers vested in him by the Gold Board Act, which speaks about minister having the power to give directions of a general or special character as to the policy to be followed by the Board, while approving the appointment of, and the remuneration payable to, the General Manager, Secretary and such other officers and other employees.Among those breaches the auditors highlighted the appointment of Gossai: “In our opinion, the Act does not give the Minister the power to name or nominate the Secretary to the Board and the Minister’s action amounted to a usurpation of the Board’s authority.”This publication emailed the former Minister on the allegations, but is still to receive a response.Following the 11 May, 2015 General and Regional Elections Persaud migrated to the United States of America.last_img read more

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Health Ministry Gets 50 Motorbikes

first_imgSome of the community health workers ready to try out their newly assigned motorbikes.For community level service deliveryThe United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has presented the Ministry of Health (MoH) with 50 Yamaha AG motorcycles to help improve the health delivery system, and access to social welfare services at the community level, a release has confirmed.In particular, according to the release, the motorcycles will be used by community health supervisors to enhance the supervision of more than 600 community health assistants, who provide primary healthcare, and other services to more than 230,000 residents of 525 communities in Bong, Lofa, and Nimba Counties.The bikes will also be used to improve health data collection and reporting in these communities.Additionally, health workers will use the bike to help with timely reporting of disease outbreaks in the communities they serve.The motorcycles were provided by USAID through its Partnership for Advancing Community-Based Services (PACS) project.Over the past three years, PACS has supported the MoH to implement the National Community Health Assistant Program in the three USAID priority counties.PACS also provides technical and operational support to other agencies of government, including the ministries of Public Works and Gender, Child and Social Protection as well as civil society organizations to ensure the delivery of social welfare services.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Some villages complicit with mercury use – Trotman

first_img…says GGMC has encountered Toshaos, villagers enabling practiceNatural Resources Minister Raphael Trotman has revealed that even as Government tries to mitigate the harmful effects of mercury on the environment, some villages are, in fact, complicit in the use of mercury and the destruction it causes.Trotman made this revelation during the Minamata Convention – a stakeholder session set up to develop strategies for eradicating mercury use. According to the Minister, villagers and Toshaos in some mercury-scarred villages are facilitating the miners responsible.“In (some) villages, it is the villagers themselves that are using the mercury. So if you run away with the belief that it is (always) some outside miner who goes in and the villagers look on helplessly, invariably I’m finding that they’re very much involved.”“I have asked GGMC to mount some operations that cost over $1 million to go to some far-flung communities and when we get there it is the Toshaos who is giving permission to a Brazilian or some relative of his is doing the mining.”According to Trotman, such a situation would be very embarrassing since the Guyana Geology and Mines Commission would have acted based on reports of illegal mining. That being said, Trotman acknowledged that his Ministry and GGMC has to redouble its efforts towards mercury-free mining.Trotman also spoke of a model mercury-free operation; a project that could be taken on through the provision of mining blocks. He noted that a number of blocks could be distributed to the Guyana Gold and Diamond Miners Association (GGDMA) for this purpose.“I had set aside 15 blocks for the GGDMA to do just that,” Trotman said. “The idea was that we would set up a model mining operation, mercury-free. So at the level of the Government, I am committing to working closer with the GGDMA.”MinamataThe convention was organised in keeping with the Minamata Convention on Mercury – a global treaty to protect human health and the environment from the adverse effects of mercury.It was agreed to at the Fifth Session of the Intergovernmental Negotiating Committee on Mercury in Geneva, Switzerland on January 19, 2013, and was later adopted on October 10, 2013.The convention draws attention to a global and ubiquitous metal that, while naturally occurring, has broad uses in everyday objects and is released to the atmosphere, soil and water from a variety of sources.Controlling the anthropogenic releases of mercury throughout its lifecycle has been a key factor in shaping the obligations under the convention.Major highlights of the convention include a ban on new mercury mines, the phasing out of existing ones, the phasing out and phasing down of mercury use in a number of products and processes, control measures on emissions to air and on releases to land and water, and regulation of the informal sector of artisanal and small-scale gold mining.The convention also addresses interim storage of mercury, and its disposal once it becomes waste, sites contaminated by mercury as well as health issues.There have previously been reports on increased levels of mercury in several waterways in interior regions. Additionally, the Guyana Water Inc was forced to temporarily close its Port Kaituma well after it discovered high mercury content in the Kaituma River.Last year, the discovery of high levels of mercury in the Guyana Gold Board (GGB) laboratory in Georgetown had led to Trinidad-based Kaizen Environmental Services being contracted to conduct an independent investigation on the effect of the emission.Research shows that mercury can enter the body through inhalation of mercury vapour, ingestion, injection or even absorption through the skin.In the case of mining personnel, a reading showing levels of 0-6 micrograms per litre is considered safe while 7-10 is high and above 11 is dangerous. Once in the human system, mercury poisoning has horrendous effects on neurological, reproductive, gastrointestinal and renal organs.last_img read more

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Better tabulation process needed for faster election results – diplomat

first_imgBy Vahnu ManikchandAs Guyana prepares for General and Regional Elections in a few months’ time, outgoing Indian High Commissioner to Guyana, Venkatachalam Mahalingam believes that the country needs to have a better tabulation and compilation process so as to reduce the lengthy delays in delivering the poll results.Indian High Commissioner to Guyana,Venkatachalam MahalingamHaving observed the 2015 General and Regional Elections as well as two Local Government Elections – 2016 and 2018 – during his five-year tenure here, High Commissioner Mahalingam explained during an interview with Guyana Times one thing that would ensure the timely delivery of election results was the fast tracking of the tabulation process and the way in which the results from each polling station get to the elections body headquarters.“I’ve seen definitively (the delays in declaring elections results here). It’s not desirable for the anxious voters to wait for a week to get to know their results because it can lead to other complications. So, therefore, it is advisable, and it is better, to have a better system of compilation of the votes from each polling centre to a centralised location in a secured way, which can be used for declaring the results in the fastest way possible,” the Indian diplomat asserted.Only recently, India was highly praised for delivering timely elections and election results within a short period. According to the Indian diplomat, his country uses electronic voting machines and that is how Indian’s elections body was able to declare election results after 900 million voters exercised their franchise over a period of 39 days in seven phases.He noted that while it was up to Guyana to decide on whether to pursue e-voting, finding a less time-consuming and efficient way of tabulating election results would be an “extremely useful step” for Guyana at this point in time in the absence of electronic voting here.Moreover, the High Commissioner disclosed that his country has already sponsored several officials from the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) to be trained on electoral processes in India. At least, six persons have benefited from the country’s Indian Technical and Economic Cooperation (ITEC) programme and GECOM is being encouraged to nominate more staffers for training, Mahalingam added.The Indian High Commissioner is not the only foreign diplomat to recommend faster tabulation of election results in Guyana. Last year, then United States Ambassador Perry Holloway had also touted the idea.“I’m still a big believer that electronic tabulation can go a long way towards getting the results quicker… It would be nice to be able to almost have near or as close as to instantaneous [results] as you could … I think electronic tabulation go a long way for that and I think it’s a way to ease in the greater electronic voting… The tabulation, I think, is very doable and I think it’s a way to get started,” Holloway had contended.The need for electoral reform, and constitution reform as a whole, has long been highlighted and during the campaign trail leading up to the 2015 elections which got it into office, the A Partnership for National Unity/Alliance For Change (APNU/AFC) coalition had committed to have these reforms but was yet to take tangible steps to do so – something it has received much criticism for.Over the years, there have been numerous and repeated recommendations for the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) to undergo reform. In fact, elections observer groups, both internationally and regionally, have been insisting that while GECOM’s purpose for existence is to administer free and fair electoral processes, Guyana should consider reforms that would reduce or eliminate the politicised composition of the elections body in order to ensure independence and impartiality.Currently, the elections oversight body is constituted using the Carter Centre model that was introduced for the 1992 elections to guide the composition of GECOM. This model provides for three members each from Government and the Opposition; and the Chairman to be appointed by the President from a list of names submitted to him by the Opposition, a process which many say has since exhausted its usefulness.In fact, this was the position taken by President David Granger back in September during a press conference, where he said that the matter would be included on the agenda to be discussed with Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo.In turn, Jagdeo had said that he was open to having these discussions with the Head of State, but only if the new method proposed would ensure complete impartiality at GECOM.However, President Granger’s willingness to host talks on the matter was made at a time when he was under heavy criticism over his unilateral appointment of Retired Justice James Patterson as the new GECOM Chairman in 2017 after rejecting three lists of six nominees each submitted by the Opposition Leader.Patterson has since stepped down after the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) last week ruled that his appointment was flawed and unconstitutional. The two leaders are expected to meet sometime soon to discuss the appointment of a new GECOM Chair.last_img read more

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Suspect jailed in fatal shooting

first_imgRIPON, Calif. – A Stockton man was arrested Friday afternoon in the fatal shooting of a California Highway Patrol officer during a traffic stop on Highway 99, authorities said. Columbus Allen II, 30, was arrested on suspicion of murder after walking into Stockton police headquarters to talk to authorities about the morning shooting, said acting Stanislaus County Sheriff Mark Puthuff. Officer Earl Scott, 36, was killed about 4:40 a.m. during a traffic stop near Ripon, about 10 miles north of Modesto, according to Highway Commissioner Mike Brown. A motorist who saw the shooting went back to investigate and discovered Scott dead, according to Lt. Bryan Markum of the county Sheriff’s Department, which is helping the CHP with the investigation. Scott was the fifth CHP officer to die while on duty since last September. “It’s been happening too frequently. Of course, any time it happens it’s a devastating loss,” said Rick Mattos, president of the California Association of Highway Patrolmen, a union of 13,000 active and retired CHP officers. The association might try to name a section of highway after Scott, he said. “Every officer knows that it could have been them,” Mattos said. Until today, the latest CHP officer killed while on duty was Lt. Mike Walker. The 47-year-old Santa Cruz officer was struck by an out-of-control car while he set road flares around an accident on New Year’s Eve. The other driver also died. Officer David Romero, 47, was stopped at a light in Industry when he was hit by a car. He died Sept. 23. The suspected drunk driver pleaded not guilty and is being held without bail. Officer Erick Manny, 35, died Dec. 21 in Kern County during a high-speed chase on Interstate 5. Authorities still are looking for a suspect in that case. Officer Andy Stevens was the most recent officer shot to death. The 12-year CHP veteran was gunned down Nov. 17 during a traffic stop on a rural road north of Sacramento. Two men facing first-degree murder charges are being held without bail in the Yolo County jail. The northbound lanes of Highway 99 between Modesto and Stockton, which were closed for several hours while officers investigated the officer’s slaying, reopened at midday Friday. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECasino Insider: Here’s a look at San Manuel’s new high limit rooms, Asian restaurant Authorities continued to look for a dark-color 1990 Nissan Maxima with California license plates, 5KWA335, in connection with the shooting. Officials said Allen is related to the car’s registered owner, identified as Bertera Allen by state Department of Motor Vehicle records. “We’re here to serve and sometimes, unfortunately, we pay the ultimate price,” Puthuff said at a news conference announcing Allen’s arrest. Scott would have celebrated his five-year anniversary with the CHP on Sunday, Brown said. His father was a retired Highway Patrol sergeant who worked in the Monterey office and two uncles were retired sergeants from the Modesto office, Brown said. “This strikes very close to home and very deep to the CHP family,” Brown said during a news conference in nearby Salida. Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger said Scott willingly risked his life and served with courage and honor. “California peace officers face grave dangers each day as they go about their duties to protect us,” he said. last_img read more

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GOT HIM! KERRY LEGEND CAUGHT SPYING AT DONEGAL HOTEL!

first_imgA KERRY legend has been caught – spying on Donegal!An All Ireland winner was spotted sneaking into the Mount Errigal Hotel in Letterkenny, a hotel often used by Jim McGuinness and his players before big games.And it was no ordinary All-Ireland winner – it was Mick Galwey, the gaelic football and Irish rugby legend. Galwey won his All Ireland medal while playing for Kerry in the 1986 final.He then turned his attention to rugby, played 130 times for Munster, and 41 times for Ireland before retiring from international rugby in 2002.He was also selected for the 1993 Lions tour to New Zealand.Galwey is part of the Cross Rugby Legends tour in aid of cancer research – 180 of them spending the night at the Mount Errigal Hotel. Hotel boss Terry McEniff was quick to spot the Kerryman and challenged him over the spying mission.With the game up, Galwey then whipped a Kerry flag….out of his back pocket!“We believe he was planning to put the flag up outside the Mount Errigal, but we’ve brought in extra security to make sure that doesn’t happen,” said Terry.Thankfully the Donegal team have been moved under the cover of darkness to Co Fermanagh.The rugby legends staying in Letterkenny tonight include Wallace Brothers as well as Paddy Johns, Phil Kearns, Simon Best & John Smit of South Africa to name a few. They are completing a cycle to Malin tomorrow to raise money for cancer.More details are herehttp://crossrugbylegends.com/GOT HIM! KERRY LEGEND CAUGHT SPYING AT DONEGAL HOTEL! was last modified: September 12th, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:letterkennyMick GalweyMount Errigal HotelTerry McEnifflast_img read more

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SWIMMING: SWILLY SEALS MAKE A SPLASH WITH ULSTER PROVINCIAL TOWNS TIME TRIAL

first_imgThe Swilly Seals Swimming Club hosted the annual Ulster Provincial Towns time trial. This was a huge event with clubs from all over Ulster travelling to Letterkenny. This time trial leads to the end of season gala where north Ulster will face south Ulster.Some of the top swimmers from across the province took part and the Seals featured very strongly with twenty swimmers making it onto the north Ulster team. The atmosphere was incredible with a huge crowd in attendance, a large crowd gathered in the foyer to witness the end of a massive day of Rugby and the roars and cheers added to the excitement.This was the first time Letterkenny hosted such an event and it ran very smoothly.A big thank you to all parents and coaches from Letterkenny and across Ulster who helped with officiating and catering as an event of this scale would not be possible without this support.Next up is the last round of the Provincial Towns League where Swilly Seals face Armagh City Swimming Club. The seals will be at home for this one on 11th April. A win here will see the Seals make it five from five and secure promotion to Division Two next season.SWIMMING: SWILLY SEALS MAKE A SPLASH WITH ULSTER PROVINCIAL TOWNS TIME TRIAL was last modified: March 23rd, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:NoticesSportSwilly SealsSWIMMINGlast_img read more

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Datebook

first_imgSUNDAY: The Orange Line offers free rides, 5 a.m.-midnight. Students On Stage, a presentation by the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts, will perform at 4 p.m. at the Alex Theatre, 216 N. Brand Blvd., Glendale. Tickets $5-$50. Proceeds will benefit victims of Hurricane Katrina. Call (818) 243-2539. Boo at the Zoo, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Los Angeles Zoo, 5333 Zoo Drive, Griffith Park. Call (323) 644-4200; see www.lazoo.org. Boo at the Zoo, 11 a.m.-5 p.m., Moorpark College Teaching Zoo, 7075 Campus Road. Call (805) 378-1441; see www.moorparkcollege.edu/zoo. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week Alzheimer’s Memory Walk, 9 a.m.-1 p.m., 2001 Thousand Oaks Blvd., Thousand Oaks. Call (805) 485-5597. County flu-shot clinic, 9 a.m.-1 p.m., Guardian Angel Church 10886 Lehigh Ave., Pacoima. Valley Hunger Action Forum, 2-5 p.m. Northridge United Methodist Church, 9650 Reseda Blvd. Call (818) 718-6460. Mail Datebook entries – including time, date, location and a phone number – to Daily News City Desk, P.O. Box 4200, Woodland Hills, CA 91365; fax (818) 713-0058; e-mail dnmetro@dailynews.com. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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