What channels are NASCAR races on this week? We answer that and give you the weekly NASCAR television listings here in the NASCAR TV schedule.Note: All times are ET.MORE: Get the NBC Sports App | How to find FS1 | Gets FOX Sports Go | How to find NBCSN Monday, September 3midnight: NASCAR Southern Speed: Legends of Darlington, NBCSN/NBC Sports App5 p.m.: NASCAR Victory Lap, (re-air) NBCSN/NBC Sports App6 p.m.: NASCAR Race Hub, FS1On MRNnoon: Motorsports Monday (with hosts Woody Cain & Joey Meier)Tuesday, September 45 p.m.: NASCAR America, NBCSN/NBC Sports App6 p.m.: NASCAR Race Hub, FS16 p.m.: Glory Road, “Dirt Roots,” NBCSN/NBC Sports App6:30 p.m.: Glory Road, “David Pearson and the 1968 Rebel 400,” (re-air) NBCSN/NBC Sports App9 p.m.: Glory Road, “Dirt Roots,” (re-air) NBCSN/NBC Sports App9:30 p.m.: Glory Road, “David Pearson and the 1968 Rebel 400,” (re-air) NBCSN/NBC Sports AppOn MRN7 p.m.: NASCAR Live (with host Mike Bagley)Wednesday, September 5midnight: Glory Road, “Dirt Roots,” (re-air) NBCSN/NBC Sports App12:30 a.m.: Glory Road, “David Pearson and the 1968 Rebel 400,” (re-air) NBCSN/NBC Sports App5 p.m.: NASCAR America: Wednesdays with Dale Jr., NBCSN/NBC Sports App6 p.m.: NASCAR Race Hub, FS1On MRNnoon: Crew Call (with hosts Sammi Jo Francis and Rocko Williams)1 p.m.: NASCAR Coast to Coast (with hosts Kyle Rickey & Hannah Newhouse)Thursday, September 65 p.m.: NASCAR America, NBCSN/NBC Sports App6 p.m.: NASCAR Race Hub, FS16 p.m.: Whelen Modified Tour from Oswego Speedway NBCSN/NBC Sports AppOn MRN1 p.m.: Throwback Thursday: 2003 Power Stroke Diesel 200Friday, September 74 a.m.: NASCAR Race Hub, (re-air) FS11 p.m.: NASCAR Xfinity Series practice, NBC Sports App (Canada: TSN App)3 p.m.: NASCAR Xfinity Series final practice, NBC Sports App (Canada: TSN App)5 p.m.: NASCAR America, NBCSN/NBC Sports AppOn MRNnoon: The Inside Line (with host Tyler Burnett)Saturday, September 86 a.m.: Glory Road, “Dirt Roots,” (re-air) NBCSN/NBC Sports App6:30 a.m.: Glory Road, “David Pearson and the 1968 Rebel 400,” (re-air) NBCSN/NBC Sports App9 a.m.: Glory Road, “Dirt Roots,” (re-air) NBCSN/NBC Sports App9:30 a.m.: NASCAR America, NBCSN/NBC Sports App11 a.m.: Glory Road, NBCSN/NBC Sports App1 p.m.: Racing Roots: Martin Truex Jr., NBCSN/NBC Sports App1:30 p.m.: Racing Roots: Ryan Blaney, NBCSN/NBC Sports AppSunday, September 99 a.m.: Beyond the Wheel 2018, FS110 a.m.: NASCAR Race Classic: 1998 Daytona 500, FS110:30 a.m.: NASCAR RaceDay, FS12:30 p.m.: Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Bojangles’ Southern 500, (re-air) NBCSN, NBC Sports App6:30 p.m.: Racing Roots: Ryan Blaney, NBCSN/NBC Sports App
Ryan Blaney finished seventh in the O’Reilly Auto Parts 500 at Texas Motor Speedway on Sunday despite leading 150 laps, the most of any driver.The top-10 finish for Blaney added 50 points to his season total.Blaney started in second position and led 150 laps in the race, holding the lead a total of six times. The seventh-year driver has collected four career victories, with 34 top-five finishes and 67 results inside the top 10.In his career at Texas Motor Speedway, Blaney has compiled two top-five finishes and his seventh-place result marks the fourth top-10.The High Point, North Carolina native’s starting and finishing positions compared favorably to his career averages, starting 10 spots higher than his career mark of 12 and completing the race 11 places ahead of his 18.3 career average finish.Blaney’s seventh-place finish came against a field of 41 drivers. The race endured 10 cautions and 45 caution laps. Prior to the checkered flag there were 29 lead changes.Austin Dillon took the checkered flag in the race, and Tyler Reddick finished second. Joey Logano placed third, Kyle Busch brought home fourth, and Kevin Harvick closed out the top five.Blaney got off to a great start in the race, winning the first two stages, but couldn’t hang on to secure the race victory.Ryan Blaney Driver Page | Get Blaney Gear | Race Center
Turkuaz, the powerhouse Brooklyn new wave funk outfit that’s been wowing worldwide audiences with their technicolor live shows for half a decade, is entering a new era. On Tuesday, the band announced their forthcoming new EP, Kuadrochrome, due out on November 22nd. In addition to revealing the detail for the new EP, the band has announced some notable changes to their look to go along with it: The “colors” are officially a thing of the past.Turkuaz – Kuadrochrome EP – Cover Art“As autumn continues to set in, the change around us is impossible to ignore,” Turkuaz frontman, Dave Brandwein, shares in a press statement. “As with all aspects of life, nothing ever stays the same. Things come and go, and change itself is the only thing we can all count on. For the past five years, Turkuaz has been on a colorful journey all across the U.S. and more recently, around the world. But the time has come to move on to a new era.”The new “era” of Turkuaz will serve as a “visual palate cleanser,” ushering in a new black/white/grey/tan look for the band. As the press release notes, “Turkuaz is excited to keep things fresh, both for themselves and the fans, as they look forward to the future.”“The band is more collaborative than ever before and seeks to unite our energy in a different way,” Brandwein adds with regard to the new Turkuaz Kuadrochrome aesthetic. “The four tone scheme with chrome accents sets the mood for an era harkening back to the funk and soul that the band’s music was born out of.”The “colors” era of Turkuaz was immortalized by the band’s recent concert film, None’s A Ton. The film showcases how the nine monochromatic band members each individually brought their own style, talent, and presence to the Turkuaz stage as the band moves towards an era of more cohesion and collaboration.Ahead of the film’s premiere, Brandwein hinted at the change in visuals in an interview with Live For Live Music. “I feel a little bit like a broken record because I’ve said it so many times, but it was true that when [Turkuaz bassist] Taylor [Shell] showed me Stop Making Sense, the Talking Heads film, that’s really when we decided to start a band,” he explained. “So all these years, in the back of my mind, they’ve continued to be a huge influence. We worked with [Talking Heads keyboardist/guitarist] Jerry Harrison on a couple tunes the last couple of years. … We always approached our live show in ways that I felt create moments and create an art to the set, create cinematic things using choreography. That’s always been sort of our blueprint, and to finally now capture it on film is really gratifying. Having it finally captured this way, it feels like we’re kind of tying a bow on this whole era of the band.” The announcement of the new Turkuaz Kuadrochrome EP and new stylistic era comes along with the announcement of an accompanying Kuadrochrome Tour beginning this winter. Low-fee fan pre-sale tickets for all newly announced dates are available now ahead of the general public on-sale this Friday, November 15th at 10 a.m. local time. See below for a full list of dates. For ticketing information, head here.The band also notes in their press release that this is just the first of several exciting announcements set to come from the Turkuaz camp in the coming months. Stay tuned for more details on this new era of Turkuaz. Turkuaz Kuadrochrome Tour Dates12/5 – Fairfield, CT – Warehouse *12/6 – Philadelphia, PA – Theatre of The Living Arts *12/12 – Kalamazoo, MI – Bells Brewery ^12/13 – Indianapolis, IN – The Vogue Theater ^12/14 – Nashville, TN – Exit / In ^12/27 – Fort Collins, CO – Aggie Theatre #12/28 & 12/29 – Frisco, CO – 10 Mile Music Hall #12/31 – Boulder, CO – Boulder Theater #1/7 – 1/12 – Miami, FL – Jam Cruise1/15 – Birmingham, AL – Saturn ~1/16 – Savannah, GA – Victory, North ~1/17 – Raleigh, NC – Lincoln Theatre ~1/18 – Athens, GA – Georgia Theatre ~1/23 – Chattanooga, TN – Songbirds ~1/24 – Covington, KY – Madison Theater ~1/25 – Charlottesville, VA – Jefferson Theatre ~1/30 – Madison, WI – High Noon Saloon ~1/31 – Chicago, IL – Park West2/1 – Minneapolis, MN – Fine Line Music Cafe ~* w/ Great Time^ w/ Paris Monster# w/ Swaktins & The Positive Agenda~ w/ Neal FrancisView Tour DatesIn other Turkuaz news, the band’s “Life In The City” was recently included in the November 2019 edition of the L4LM Monthly Mix. You can listen to the full playlist below or head here to read our liner notes.Live For Live Music Monthly Mix – November 2019
At the end of South Quad by O’Shaughnessy Hall lays the shape of a small body covered with a thin foil blanket within a wire cage. Posters asked passersby, “What are you voting for?”Courtesy of Odalis Gonzalez The visual demonstration, created by the Student Coalition for Immigration Advocacy (SCIA), was constructed to spark conversation about immigration injustice in the U.S., especially regarding the practice of separating immigrant children from their parents. The installation was inspired by a similar demonstration called “#DontLookAway” and “#NoChildrenInCages,” which was created a few years ago by the immigration reform advocacy group RAICES. Gonzalez said the demonstration was supposed to spark outrage about the conditions immigrants, especially children, face in detention centers.“The way people [are supposed to] react is the whole point,” Gonzalez said. “Don’t look away, this is our reality.” SCIA is a student club founded around seven years ago. The group bases their advocacy based on Catholic social teaching. “Our main mission is to foster the education of immigration and advocate a just immigration system,” Gonzalez said. On Tuesday, the New York Times reported Attorney General Jeff Sessions told prosecutors in May 2018 President Trump wanted all undocumented immigrants prosecuted, even if it meant separating them from their children. “’We need to take away children,’ Mr. Sessions told the prosecutors,” the Times reported. The demonstration was part of a larger series the group is sponsoring including dozens of events and demonstrations. The visual piece was intended to bring attention to a Thursday panel discussion titled the “2020 Election and Immigration Policy Panel.” The event featured Dr. Karen Richman, Dr. David Cortez and Alejandro Claure, and was hosted over Zoom at the Duncan Midfield Commons.The demonstration was years in the making, Gonzalez said, and the group has been working with SAO for months to receive approval to move forward. Early this week, the art installation was constructed under the flag pole on South Quad late Monday night. However, due to miscommunication, a member of the Notre Dame maintenance staff removed the piece and disposed of it.After the demonstration went missing Tuesday morning, it was thought to be possibly stolen or vandalized, Gonzalez said. Gonzalez is a producer for Show Some Skin, and published a Thursday column in the form of a poem detailing the suspected theft. In a statement SCIA released Wednesday, the group said SAO had conducted their own investigation into the event and found the staff member accidentally discarded the demonstration, as he was not aware of the event. The statement said the staff member saw the demonstration late Monday or early Tuesday. The sprinklers were turned on on South Quad at the time, and upon seeing the figure under the foil blanket, the staff member believed an actual person was inside the cage. “Upon approaching the demonstration, the staff [member] saw the cage was in ‘bad condition’ and didn’t know what the set up was about,” the statement said. “Attempting to do his due diligence, the staff member proceeded to discard the cage demonstration, as he claimed to not have any event on his calendar that would justify it being there without further investigation.”The second demonstration near O’Shaughnessy Hall was constructed Thursday at 8:30 a.m., and remained in place until 8:30 p.m. “Again, we thank you for walking with us as we searched for answers and for your support in our mission,” the SCIA board said in their statement.Tags: #DontLookAway, #NoChildrenInCages, cages, Catholic Social Teaching, immigrant children, immigration reform, SCIA
Based on James Jones’ 1951 novel and the 1953 Oscar-winning film, From Here to Eternity chronicles the lives of a group of privates on an army base in 1941 Hawaii. In addition to Lonsdale as Private Prewitt and Harrison as club girl Lorene, the cast of the show includes Darius Campbell as Warden, Rebecca Thornhill as Karen and Ryan Sampson as Maggio. The creative team for From Here to Eternity includes design by Soutra Gilmour, choreography by Javier De Frutos, lighting by Bruno Poet, sound by Mick Potter and orchestrations/musical supervision by David White. The West End stage adaptation of From Here to Eternity, starring Robert Lonsdale and Siubhan Harrison, will close on April 26, 2014. The musical, featuring a book by Bill Oakes, music by Stuart Brayson and lyrics by Tony and Oscar winner Tim Rice, began previews at the Shaftesbury Theatre on September 30 and opened on October 23, directed by Tamara Harvey. The musical’s ensemble features Keisha Amponsa Banson, Marc Antolin, Julie Armstrong, James Ballanger, John Brannoch, Abigail Climer, Brian Doherty, Jessica Ellen, Dale Evans, Shimi Goodman, Kirby Hughes, Lauren Ingram, Dean John-Wilson, Joshua Lacey, Carolyn Maitland, Nuno Queimado, Lucinda Shaw, Warren Sollars, David Stoller, Rebecca Sutherland, Laura Tyrer, Adam Vaughan, Lauren Varnham, Stephen Webb and Matthew Wesley. View Comments
“Our priority was to deliver the highest quality of service possible for our business partners,” said Michael Sakellaris, the company’s Vice President Sales. “We have collected their feedback all along the development process to make sure that the platform we created would be perfectly aligned with their needs.”Launched consecutively in Europe and in the USA, the platform has been designed to be user friendly. In addition to facilitating the order process with product descriptions and intuitive order tools, the platform offers administrative features to allow, for example, tracking of the invoicing process or a shipment.“The first feedback we received are exclusively positive,” added Sakellaris. “It’s a great achievement and we are determined to keep this trend for the upcoming months.”www.bolle.com Accessories specialist Bollé Brands has recently been focusing on its ‘Customer First program’; and the digitalization of the group. With the launch of its new B2B platform, Bollé Brands argues that it is reinforcing its commitment to deliver premium service and systems to all its retailers.“We strive to provide our retailers with optimal conditions so they can offer our end consumers the best possible experience,” said Peter Smith, Bollé Brands Executive Chairman. “We have invested massively in a new ERP system, the next natural step was to provide a professional and user-friendly B to B platform.”Bollé Brands’ B2B platform is a tool designed to facilitate the order process for retailers, sports shops and opticians. Monitored by a newly recruited digital team, a B2B website was launched this summer. Related
Sen. John SkubalEach legislative session, we provide the Shawnee Mission area’s elected officials with the chance to share their thoughts about what’s happening in the state capitol. Rep. Tom Cox, Rep. Rui Xu and Sen. John Skubal are scheduled to send updates this week. Here’s Sen. Skubal’s filing:There’s a lot to say as we head toward the first major deadline of the session. We have been very busy in committees, hearing and passing bills to the full Senate for debate. I’ll get right to it.On the Home FrontThanks to the wonderful folks at Safe Home for advocating on behalf of domestic violence victims. If you feel threatened in your home, please consider calling them at 913-262-2868.On the Senate FloorThe first handful of bills we deal with tend to be annual date changes or non-controversial technical edits. We’ve passed a lot of bills, but most of them have been unanimous because those “rats and cats” bills are the fastest to get through the committee process. Here are a few bills of broader interest:We approved SB 32 that would allow the Kansas Farm Bureau (KFB) to offer health benefit coverage without offering such coverage to those with pre-existing conditions. The coverage sold by KFB would not be subject to the oversight of the Kansas Insurance Department, and the bill would specify that the coverage offered would not be considered “insurance.” Bill supporters said that KFB can offer lower-cost policies to its members, many of whom have limited income. It passed 28-11. I voted YES.SCR 1606 is a non-binding resolution condemning New York law, the Reproductive Health Act. The bill would allow abortions as legal within 24 weeks of the start of a pregnancy – “or at any time when necessary to protect a woman’s life or health.” The resolution passed 27-13. I voted NO. I signed onto the following Explanation of Vote:Mr. Vice President: Today’s episode of political theatre is as cynical as any that I have witnessed in the last three years. Today, we are wasting our time and the money of Kansas taxpayers. Today, we are pointing out the speck in a neighbor’s eye while we completely disregard the plank in our own. The cynic in me believes that the primary reason we are voting on this resolution is for postcards for 2020 elections. Does the resolution do anything for Kansans” NO! Instead of throwing stones at New York, why don’t we get our own house in order? The issues facing our constituents are many. Instead of focusing on New York, why are we not discussing Medicaid expansion, transportation funding, stabilizing our payments to KPERS, ending the litigation on school funding, the 70 children that went missing from DCF on our watch, or the ever growing waiting list for PRTF beds: How about mental health? These are the issues we should be discussing. These are the issues that affect Kansans! If we truly care about protecting life, we would be actually working on policy to protect and invest the the children and families that we are entrusted to represent.SR 1605 is a constitutional amendment to change how military personnel and students attending postsecondary institutions in Kansas are counted when redrawing state House and Senate districts every 10 years. The resolution would remove current constitutional language requiring adjustments, based on the federal census, regarding how nonresident military personnel stationed i the state and nonresident students attending college in Kansas are counted. Constitutional amendments require a 2/3rds majority vote in both the House and Senate, and then is put on the ballot for a public vote. In response to moving local elections from the spring to the fall, SB 105 would make the regular term of office for city officers begin on a date established by the city, on or after December 1, but no later than the second Monday in January, after the certification of the election. If the city did not establish an alternative date, the term for elected officials taking office would begin on the second Monday in January.Ways & MeansThe committee listened to subcommittee reports on:Emergency Medical Services BoardKansas Bureau of Investigation CPOSTKansas Neurological InstituteParsons State HospitalDepartment of LaborDepartment of CommerceHealth Care Stabilization Fund BoardVeterans AffairsLarned State HospitalOsawatomie State HospitalKansas Guardianship ProgramHuman Rights CommissionWays and Means Subcommittees held hearings on the budgets of the following departments (my Health and Judicial Subcommittees did not meet this week):Social Services SubcommitteeDepartment for Children and FamiliesLarned State HospitalOsawatomie State HospitalKDADSThank you for allowing me to serve. If you have questions, please contact me at my Senate account [email protected]
Miss AV trade shows? Well, enter Cavlo, a new AV-based trade show aimed at the casino and entertainment industry. As Las Vegas’ hotels, casinos and restaurants continue to reopen their doors and resume business, the convention and trade show market is waking up as well. Cavlo will debut at the Ahern Hotel on September 14 and 15, 2020, before DSE — the Digital Signage Expo.“Six of the ten AV-focused trade shows that were scheduled to be in Las Vegas in 2020 canceled their 2020 event,” said Mike Brown-Cestero, managing director of the Cavlo trade show. “Cavlo will get those exhibitors and attendees back face-to-face for the first time in Vegas in 2020; we’ll have the full experience: exhibit spaces, discussion panels, demo rooms and training sessions,” he added.If still recommended at the time, masks will be mandatory — and the Cavlo organizers have already secured thermal cameras and tablets for quick, hassle-free temperature checks. “We’re committed to a safe, professional working environment that will help instill confidence in conventioneers and bring them back to Vegas again,” Brown-Cestero said.Cavlo is marketed as a trade-only, two-day event focused on commercial entertainment and communication technologies that will bring together manufacturers, specifiers, integrators and end users.
Hilltopper volleyball practice continues to prepare for an Oct. 5 start. Kenia Macias bumps a ball as Elizabeth Atencio backs her up. Cross country and golf also continue practice for a Sept. 14 start. Contact sports practices have been delayed. Photo by John McHale/ladailypost.com NMAA Executive Director Sally MarquezSPORTS NewsNew Mexico Activities Association (NMAA) Executive Director Sally Marquez has been working with members to create a modified calendar that will allow all school sports to be played in the 2020-2021 season, while also limiting the overlap between each season so that athletes can still participate in multiple sports.Wednesday, the NMAA unveiled its tentative schedule for sports for the 2020-21 school year. List of sports start and end dates: Cross Country Start: Sept. 14; championships: Nov. 13-14Golf (fall/spring) Start: Sept. 14; championships: June 21-22Volleyball Start: Oct. 5; championships: Dec. 4-12Basketball Start: Jan. 4; championships: March 1-13 Swimming/Diving Start: Jan. 4; championships: March 13 and 20Spirit Start: to be determined; championships: March 26-27Soccer Start: Feb. 15; championships: April 12-17Football Start: Feb. 22; championships: April 23-May 8Wrestling Start: April 5; championships: June 7-12Baseball Start: April 5; championships: June 21-26Softball Start: April 5; championships: June 21-26Golf (spring) Start: April 5; championships: June 21-22Tennis Start: April 5; championships: June 14-19Track and Field Start: April 5; championships: June 17-19 (Classes 1A-3A) and June 24-26 (Classes 4A and 5A)
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