77 Exercises: A Workout Video For Fans Of The Talking Heads

first_imgA hilarious parody video from Funny or Die asks, “Do you want an exercise video that combines high-impact cardio with your love of experimental rock band The Talking Heads?” From there, things only get more silly, as a sculpted actor mimics David Byrne’s stage antics from the famous Stop Making Sense video while throwing in some witty puns.“I don’t know about you, but I’m ready to go out there and start making some flippy floppy.”We don’t want to spoil all the jokes for you, so watch the hilarious video clip below:last_img

Webcasts Available For Grateful Dead ‘Fare Thee Well’ Reunion Shows

first_imgUPDATE: The pay-per-view webcasts are now available via this link.Anyone who didn’t get a ticket to “Fare Thee Well” has been waiting for this announcement…A report in Rolling Stone, published today, promises that all five Grateful Dead performances will be webcasted “via an as-yet-unannounced online streaming platform.” That includes the initial Chicago Soldier Field concerts from July 3-5, as well as the Levi’s Stadium Santa Clara concerts on June 27 and 28.Let’s Be Grateful For The Dead’s 50th ReunionStarting on May 1st, the Dead webcasts will be available as a package for $79.99 via Dead50.net. They will be hosted by CNBC reporter Steve Liesman and feature special guest commentator Bill Walton, who is perhaps the most famous Deadhead. Set breaks will feature exclusive content like interviews and a documentary directed by Justin Kreutzmann.The online broadcasts will also be available on demand if you can’t catch them live.[Via Rolling Stone]last_img read more

Brickyard 400 postponed to Monday, setting up NASCAR doubleheader

first_imgThe Big Machine Vodka 400 at the Brickyard has been postponed to Monday due to inclement weather. The race is now scheduled for 2 p.m. ET with coverage on NBCSN, IMS Radio Network and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio.It will be part of a unique Monday doubleheader with the Xfinity race, the Lilly Diabetes 250, which is set for 10 a.m. ET.Rain has been steady throughout the weekend at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, washing out practices and qualifying and postponing the NASCAR Xfinity Series race originally scheduled for Saturday.RELATED: Full Indy schedule | See how field lines up | Starting lineupThe wet weather continued Sunday, dampening the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series regular-season finale. Green flag was scheduled for 1:06 p.m. ET.A Toyota Tundra track-drying team of 19 vehicles is on hand to dry the track if still needed Monday, along with 10 jet dryers and four vacuums.Kyle Busch is on the pole for Monday’s Monster Energy Series race with Kevin Harvick joining him on the front row. Busch is a two-time winner at the Brickyard. There will be two competition cautions on Lap 10 and 30. Teams will not be allowed to take fuel until after the second of those competition cautions.Fourteen of 16 spots in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs are set, with two still up for grabs when we go racing Monday.last_img read more

Iran Invited by Group of Eight to Meeting on Afghanistan

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMoreIran said on Monday it had been invited by Group of Eight president, Italy, to an international meeting on Afghanistan, which is also expected to be attended by the United States. Italy wants to hold a conference to bring the world’s richest countries together with Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, India, China, and Turkey, among others, to find ways of bringing stability to Afghanistan and Pakistan. It also seeks to involve Iran, which shares borders with both of those countries. (Read more at Reuters)AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMorelast_img read more

Whole Foods to open in fall

first_imgHealth-conscious students will have options beyond the Huddle’s limited organic and gluten-free options when Whole Foods opens in Mishawaka in the fall. After investigating the South Bend area for years, the high-end grocery chain will take over the 24,000 square foot space on Grape Road formerly occupied by Borders, according to the South Bend Tribune. Sophomore Kelly Cronin said she is greatly looking forward to shopping at the new Whole Foods. “There’s so much good food there,” Cronin said. Cronin said she suffers from Celiac disease, which restricts her to a gluten-free diet. Although the dining hall offers special meals for her, Cronin said she is excited to take advantage of Whole Foods’ vast inventory of gluten-free products. “Whole Foods has some really great gluten-free breads and muffins, and they’re not in the refrigerator,” Cronin said. “Whereas the gluten-free stuff — at least at South [Dining Hall] — is in a little fridge, and you have to heat it up.” Cronin said the presence of Whole Foods might also improve the gluten-free options provided in the dining halls. “[Whole Foods] is going to allow the dining hall to offer more services because they won’t have to dig or order or do special things to get us food,” she said. Besides opening up possibilities for the dining hall, Cronin said having a Whole Foods would give her more options for snacks and meals in her room. “[Whole Foods has] better gluten-free cereal,” Cronin said. “Before I was diagnosed [with Celiac disease], I used to eat a lot of cereal. Gluten-free Chex is great, but sometimes I want something other than Chex.” Junior Connor White said he is excited for Whole Foods to open because of the variety of organic foods sold there. “I try to find more organic foods to eat here,” White said. “I’m stoked [for Whole Foods] because that’s where I do all my grocery shopping back home.” White said despite Whole Foods’ notoriously high price point, organic food is cheaper there than at other local food stores. “[I’m excited about] getting organic produce that’s not $5 for an apple,” White said. “[Whole Foods’ price point] is better than any of the other health food stores around here. Obviously it’s a little bit more expensive than Meijer, but I’m willing to spend that much extra if it’s better food.” A large part of student body president and vice president elect Brett Rocheleau and Katie Rose’s campaign platform was opening a high-end grocery in Eddy Street Commons. Now that Whole Foods is opening in Mishawaka, Rocheleau said he and Rose are entertaining different ideas for a new store in Eddy Street Commons. “Now we’re going to … really open it up to the students and do more surveys to see what the students would like to be on Eddy Street,” he said, “as well as communicate with South Bend and the mayor’s office to see what they think would be a nice place to open up there.” Rocheleau said Student Senate’s Constituent Services Committee will send out email surveys to students regarding not only a new store in Eddy Street Commons, but also a new LaFortune Student Center restaurant to replace Sbarro’s when its contract expires next year. Cronin said she thinks student government should not abandon plans to open a specialty grocery store in Eddy Street Commons. “Having some sort of grocer would be really nice within walking distance [of campus] so you don’t have to have a car,” she said. “[Whole Foods] is not on the bus route, which is not so convenient.” Instead of Sbarro’s, Cronin said she would like to see a Chinese restaurant in LaFortune, such as Pei Wei, P.F. Chang’s or a more health-conscious establishment. “For those midnight munchies, we already have Reckers and the Huddle,” Cronin said. “I think we’re pretty well set on our high-caloric junk food.”last_img read more

Biological sciences professor dies at 64

first_imgRobert A. Schulz, a professor of biological sciences at Notre Dame, died Saturday, the University announced in a press release Wednesday. He was 64 years old.Schulz became a member of the Notre Dame faculty in 2007, the release said. Before joining Notre Dame, he earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of North Carolina in 1976 followed by a doctoral degree in biochemistry from Georgetown University. He spent 22 years working at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center.“Notre Dame was lucky to recruit Dr. Schulz from the prestigious MD Anderson Cancer Research Center, where he established a strong research program,” Kevin Vaughan, associate professor of biological sciences, said in the release. “Dr. Schulz quickly positioned himself as a leader in biological sciences at Notre Dame, and he improved the visibility of Notre Dame research at the national level through his outreach.”At Notre Dame, Schulz designed a developmental biology course for undergraduates. He was known as an advocate for graduate student research projects during annual research seminars, Vaughan said.“He always held his graduate students to a pretty high level of expectation,” David Hyde, a biological sciences professor and Notre Dame’s Kenna Director of the Zebrafish Research Center, said in the release. “He wanted them to be able to generate data that would lead to meaningful research publications that would have a significant impact.”At the University of Texas, Schulz’s work included research on processes of blood formation and immunity in humans and fruit flies, particularly of the Drosophila genus. His work led to better understandings of congenital heart defects, leukemias and cancer stem cells research. Schulz received a grant from the National Institutes of Health in 2016 to study “the Drosophila immune system’s response to stress.”“[Schulz] used state-of-the art genetic approaches to answer fundamental questions about how the immune system develops in the fruit fly,” Hyde said. “He was still actively pursuing his research, for which he was well-respected in the Drosophila community worldwide.”Schulz is also remembered for loving to travel to Rome with his wife.“They always enjoyed going every year and wanted to see the Pope,” Hyde said. “At one point when they made that trip, he was within a couple of feet of the Pope during a procession at the Vatican — and that was very memorable to him, that he was that close.”A visitation will be held Friday at Kaniewksi Funeral Homes from 4 to 8 p.m., followed by a funeral Mass at 11 a.m. Saturday in Christ the King Catholic Church.Tags: biological sciences, biology, Robert Schulzlast_img read more

Bridgette Miles-Davis

first_img Funeral services for Bridgette Miles-Davis and Tamara Berryhill will be 11 a.m. Saturday, October 15, 2016 at Eastern Star Baptist Church with visitation from 9 a.m. until service time. Burial will follow in Live Oak Cemetery under the direction of Gabriel Funeral Home. Preceding her in death were her parents; three sons Adrian Miles, Aaron Berryhill and Deron Berryhill; grandfather, Albert White, Sr. and an adoptive sister Ola Mae Brown.She leaves to cherish her memories: a devoted husband Sammy Lee Davis, one daughter: Lashawna Miles (Tyrone), three sons: Marvin Berryhill, Bradford Jr. and Marcus Miles; Stepchildren, Jalisa and Jamon Davis and Shanissa Brown; 9 grandchildren; and a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, great-nieces, great-nephews, cousins and friends. Bridgette Miles-Davis was born on February 1, 1959 in Port Arthur, Texas. Bridgette was the only child of the late Hillman and Muriel Berryhill. She transitioned to her heavenly home on Saturday, October 1, 2016. Bridgette attended Lincoln High School and graduated with the class of 1977. She worked as a bus driver for Hotards Coach Services, and also employed by Care Point. Bridgette was a member of Eastern Star Baptist Church.last_img read more

Maxine Gerald Haskin Smith

first_img Maxine married Haywood Charles Smith Jr. (deceased) and gave birth to four children, daughters Adrienne and Zanthia, Her sons Haywood Smith (IV) and Ernest Smith preceded her in death.She reconnected with her childhood sweetheart George Jones Jr in 2007.The couple took up residence in Katy, Texas and became inseparable, relishing life during times of good health and striving to remain resolute during times of illness.Their time together was greatly cherished by both of them. On Tuesday, December 29, 2020, our Lord God gently withdrew the “Life’s Breath” that was given to her at birth and warmly welcomed her into the “Light of HIS Face.”Leaving to cherish her memory – The Love of Her Life, George Jones, Jr.; The Three Musketeers who steadfastly assisted Maxine and George with everything to help them live comfortably, daughters, Dr. Zanthia Smith  & Adrienne Hebert, and son-in-law, Lloyd Hebert of Beaumont, Texas;  Devoted sister, JoAnn Stringfellow & husband,  Lucas of Texas City, Texas: Delightful sister-in-law, Rev. Dr. Ruth Blackwell of Texarkana, Texas; Loving daughter-in-law, Samantha Whitley of Beaumont, Texas; A Quartet of grandchildren, Haywood Smith, Lacey Smith, Ashley Hebert, Matthew Hebert & wife Shakara of Beaumont, Texas; Darling great-grandson, Gavin Hebert.She also leaves a host of other family and friends to celebrate her Homegoing.Maxine’s life will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Monday, January 4, 2021 at Gabriel Funeral Home Chapel, 3800 Memorial Blvd., Port Arthur, TX with a visitation from 9 a.m. until service time.Burial will follow in Greenlawn Memorial Park. God breathed life into Maxine Gerald Smith when she was born in Brenham, Texas on March 16, 1935 to Elnora “Honey” Eldridge and Maxwell Gerald Haskin.She was raised by Pearle and Leroy Horton.She was educated in Port Arthur schools.center_img She graduated in 1952 from Lincoln High School.She earned Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees from Prairie View A&M University.She taught in Port Arthur ISD for more than 35 years.last_img read more

Thermadyne to focus on South American interests

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Lekoil CFO calls it quits

first_imgLekoil, an oil and gas exploration and development company with a focus on West Africa, has announced that David Robinson, the company’s Chief Financial Officer, is leaving the Board, and the company, with immediate effect.The company said that Valentine Ejiogu, Lekoil’s Financial Controller, will be assuming leadership of the company’s financial function until the company appoints a new Chief Financial Officer to the Board. The search for a new Chief Financial Officer, to be based either at the company’s operational office in Lagos or in London, will begin immediately and the company will issue a further update in due course, Lekoil said in the press release.David Robinson, the leaving CFO said: “I am extremely proud of what we have been able to achieve in such a short period of time. As Lekoil prepares to move to the next stage of its development as an oil producing company, the time commitment for the CFO in Lagos will increase. With a family in Asia, this was going to become increasingly challenging and so I have decided this is the right the time to move on.”Samuel Adegboyega, Lekoil’s Chairman, said: “The Board would like to thank Dave for his contributions to Lekoil and most especially its May 2013 IPO. The Board and Dave recognised that we now need different skills as we make the transition to a producing oil and gas business.”[mappress mapid=”2069″]last_img read more