The Prince tributes keep on coming. After the Purple One’s untimely passing this past April, the music world has been flooded with tributes of all kinds, and it has been incredible to watch the variety in the performers and styles that have paid him their musical respect. Well, fans can add another unique one to the list, as the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra has announced a very special “Music of Prince” special show this fall.To be performed at Hilbert Circle Theatre on October 14, the show will feature composer and conductor Brent Havens, who created a “symphonic journey” of of Prince classics, including “Purple Rain”, “Kiss”, “When Doves Cry”, “Little Red Corvette” and more.Havens has previously composed several symphonic tributes to rock legends, such as Led Zeppelin, The Doors, Pink Floyd, Queen, The Who and more, and he most recently conducted a Tribute to David Bowie this past weekend.To find full event info or to purchase tickets, click here.
Juniors Kayla Mullen, Zach Klonsinski, Alex Carson and Clare Kossler will join The Observer’s Editorial Board for next year in upper-level editing positions, incoming Editor-in-Chief Margaret Hynds announced Thursday.Mullen, who currently serves as Associate News Editor, will take on the No. 2 spot at the paper, Managing Editor. Klonsinski, Carson and Kossler, will assume the role of Assistant Managing Editors. They will officially begin their term March 13. Mullen, a junior from Philadelphia lives in Howard Hall on campus. Majoring in both political science and economics, she has previously covered changes to the Core Curriculum and student government. “I am excited for the opportunity to work with such a talented new team and I cannot wait for the year ahead,” Mullen said. “It promises to be a banner year for The Observer and I am thrilled to be a part of it.”Kayla Mullen, 2016-2017 Managing EditorKlonsinski, a junior from Knott Hall, is finishing his term as Sports Editor. A history major from Belgrade, Montana, Klonsinski has covered a wide range of Notre Dame sports teams during his time with The Observer, including football, hockey, and men’s soccer this year.“My time with The Observer has been one of my favorite and most cherished experiences at Notre Dame, and I’m excited for the opportunity to work with some of the best people on campus in an even larger role next year,” Klonsinski said. “It will be an extremely important and busy one on a number of fronts, but with a great staff in place I know we’re in a great position to take advantage of it.”Zach Klonsinski, 2016-2017 Assistant Managing EditorCarson currently serves as The Observer’s Associate Sports Editor and is a resident of O’Neill Hall. Hailing from Fishers, Indiana, Carson is a junior applied and computational mathematics and statistics major, and currently covers Notre Dame’s football, men’s basketball and women’s lacrosse teams, having formerly written on the Irish men’s soccer and hockey programs.“I’m really looking forward to assuming a larger role with The Observer,” Carson said. “I anticipate getting to work on boosting our online presence and working alongside our strong corps of writers across all departments.”Alex Carson, 2016-2017 Assistant Managing EditorKossler, who is pursuing a double major in history and mathematics, previously served as Associate News Editor, during which time she aided with coverage of sexual assault and mental health issues on campus and reported on updates to the University’s core curriculum. Kossler lives in South Bend and is currently studying abroad in Toledo, Spain. On campus, she is a resident of Pasquerilla West Hall.“With the 2016 election just around the corner, I think we have a challenging year ahead of us, but one that is also full of opportunity,” Kossler said. “I’m thrilled to be working with such a great team of writers who are dedicated to providing consistent and reliable coverage for the student body.”Clare Kossler, 2016-2017 Assistant Managing EditorTags: Editorial Board, new positions, staff
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York By Thomas MacDonaldHalloween is around the corner but don’t be tricked, ghosts and ghouls are offering treats to lure their next victims at haunted houses across Long Island throughout the month of October.Destinations range in spookiness from lighthearted child-friendly fun to disturbing venues that could make even the toughest men and women cry like babies—if they dare to enter in the first place.Be sure to check some of these two dozen haunted houses, spooky trails and related activities on Long Island this month!Bayville Scream ParkThis fun waterfront amusement park reveals its dark side with a half dozen terrifying attractions. The Cage is the parks newest addition this year. Back by popular demand are Evil in the Woods, Temple of Terror, Zombie Pirates, Bloodworth Manor Haunted Mansion and creepy clown-themed Uncle Needle’s Funhouse of Fear, which is in 3D. There will also be a Halloween Pumpkin Bounce, pumpkin patch and treats. Bayville Adventure Park, 8 Bayville Ave., Bayville. bayvillescreampark.com $10.75-$49.75. Open daily in October through Halloween, plus the weekend after.Chamber of HorrorsThis seriously scary haunted house hosts “The Trilogy of Fear” featuring the disturbing Maniac Manor, the nightmare-inducing Murderer’s Row and the terrifying Ward 9. And for the grand finale, on Halloween, those ages 18 and up who sign a waiver can experience the full contact version—meaning the ghouls can reach out and touch those that dare visit. Family days are 1-4 p.m. Oct. 23, 30. Matt Guiliano’s Play Like A Pro, 1745 Express Drive North, Hauppauge. chamberofhorrorsny.com $25-$45. Open 7-11 p.m. weekends and daily Oct. 26-31. “Kill the Lights” version 7-10 p.m. Sundays.Darkside Haunted HouseSet in an open field that adds to visitors’ feeling of dread, this movie-quality haunted house has actually been dubbed “too scary.” The attraction is kid friendly before 5 p.m., but becomes no longer suitable for those under 12 after that.5184 Route 25A, Calverton. darksideproductions.com $7-$25. Times vary. Open most days through Oct. 31.Enchanted Forest TrailThis one is for the kids. Those who walk the Enchanted Forest trail are encouraged to dress up for the fun tour on which they’ll meet fun and educational characters to create an amazing childhood memory of Halloween. Quogue Wildlife Refuge, 3 Old Country Rd., Quogue. quoguewildliferefuge.org/events $10. Reservations required. Call 631-653-4771 to RSVP. 12-2:30 p.m. Oct. 16, 23 and 30.Hempstead House of HorrorsThe mysterious ghosts of the former Guggenheim Estate come to life. This year, the frightful show house expands to three floors of the massive 50,000-square-foot mansion, including the subterranean dungeon. Visitors will see horrific, supernatural, spine-chilling scenes! Sands Point Reserve, 127 Middle Neck Rd., Sands Point. thesandspointpreserve.com $20-$30. 6-10 p.m. Oct. 22, 23 and 28-30.MORE THINGS TO DO: Long Island Pumpkin Picking Guide 2016Haunted Hendrickson’s House of HorrorPrepare to be seriously scared and don’t come alone. Nightmares will follow. Valley Stream Pool Complex, 123 West Merrick Rd., Valley Stream. vsvny.org $10. 7-11 p.m. Oct. 14, 15, 21 and 22.Haunted Hay BarnStarring the Headless Horseman, this is a spooky good time for ages 10 and up. There is also a “chicken walk” for the faint of heart 5 p.m. Sunday Oct. 23 and 30. Horseability at SUNY Old Westbury. horseability.org $13. 6-10 p.m. Oct. 14, 15, 21, 22, 23, 28, 29 and 30.Haunted PlayhouseThe actors of this community theater really get into character when bringing to life this unbelievably spooktacular haunted house. It’s so scary it’s not open to those under age 12 without an adult, but a kid-friendly version is available 12-4 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays. Gateway Playhouse, 215 South Country Rd., Bellport. gatewayshauntedplayhouse.com $25-$35. Days and times vary, through Oct. 31.Haunted MansionEnter…if you dare! Deepwells Farm, 2 Taylor Lane, St. James. stjameschamber.org Free. 7-10 p.m. Oct. 22, 28 and 29. 3-5 p.m. Oct. 30.Haunted Mansion of MelvilleThis mansion will scare the pants off visitors. The Haunted Mansion of Melville creates an entire world built upon rich and creepy lore involving a once good doctor who went mad but his soul still resides within the mansion. Kid friendly dates available. F&W Schmitt’s Family Farm, 26 Pinelawn Rd., Melville. schmittshaunt.com $12-$32. Weekends and holidays through Oct. 31.MORE THINGS TO DO: Long Island Fall Festivals and Fairs 2016Haunted Tales and TrailsDetails have yet to be announced but expect a thrill ride. Old Bethpage Village Restoration, 1303 Round Swamp Rd., Old Bethpage. obvrnassau.com Oct. 21-23, 28-30.Haunted Trail NightsExplore hauntingly historical buildings, creepy and ghoulishly grassy fields and the meadow of mayhem. Are you brave to take on the horrors that await you? “Not-So-Spooky Trail,” 5 p.m. Oct. 23 and the 30. Manor Farm, 210 Manor Rd., Huntington. manorfarmhauntedtrailnights.webs.com $5. Teams of 8 $10 per person. 7-10 p.m. Oct. 21, 22, 28 and 29. Haunted Trail of HorrorsThis haunted trail will make visitors run for the hills. Kid friendly version 2-4 p.m. Oct. 29. Middle Island Fire Department, 31 Arnold Dr., Middle Island. middleislandfd.org $10, kids under 5 free. 7:30-10 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays Oct. 21, 22, 28 and 29.Haunted TunnelThis family-friendly Halloween attraction welcomes young children since it’s more fun than scary. Woodside Nursery & Garden Center, 134 E Woodside Ave., North Patchogue. woodsidenurseryandgarden.com Prices vary. 9 a.m.-6 p.m. daily through Oct. 31.Nature’s Halloween TrailMashomack’s band of costumed characters changes every year, and this year is no exception. What kinds of creatures of the night await you in the woods? Bring a flashlight. Mashomack Preserve, 47 South Fourth Ferry Rd., Shelter Island. nature.org $5. 5-6:30 p.m. Oct. 29.MORE THINGS TO DO: Long Island Oktoberfest 2016 EventsOtto the GhostSee the animated children’s story of Otto the Ghost, who’s sort of like Long Island’s Casper the Friendly Ghost. Admission is free but donations of non-perishable food for Long Island Cares are encouraged. Hicks Nursery, 100 Jericho Tpke., Westbury. hicksnurseries.com Free. 8 a.m.-6 p.m. through Nov. 1.Restless Souls Haunted House ComplexA new attraction for this season, this Hollywood-quality venue features the maniacal Shack of Screams, a spine-shivering attraction dubbed The Dark Colony and scariest of all, Dr. Bane’s Klownitorium in 3D. 301 West Hills Rd., Huntington Station. restlesssoulsli.com $5-$17 6-10 p.m. Friday and Saturdays, 5-9 p.m. Sundays through Oct. 30.Rise of The Jack O’ LanternsThousands of professionally hand crafted Jack O’ Lanterns arranged in Halloween displays throughout a scenic trail. These Jack O’ Lanterns are so good they’re scary! Old Westbury Gardens, 71 Old Westbury Rd., Old Westbury. therise.org Prices vary. Advanced tickets required. Weekends through Oct. 30.Spooky FestThe Center for Science Teaching and Learning is hosting Spooky Fest, which offers Halloween fun for the whole family. Tanglewood Preserve, 1 Tanglewood Rd., Rockville Centre. cstl.org $10-$15 6:30-9:30 p.m. Oct. 15, 21-23 and 28-30.Spooky Walk at Camp PaquatuckThis year’s walk continues to generous cause and tradition of creating a 45-minute spook fest. Starting in 1989, it’s considered the longest running such event on Long Island. Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck, 2 Chet Swezey Rd., Center Moriches. spookywalk.com $15-$20. 7-9 p.m. Oct. 21,22, 28, and 29.MORE THINGS TO DO: Apple Picking on Long Island 2016Spooky WalkThe Zombie apocalypse has officially kicked off, the infection is spreading quick and everyone needs to run and hide! This spooky live action trail includes live music, food and more than 100 live actors. It may not be suitable for all ages. Minors are required to be accompanied by an adult but people of all ages are invited to check out the not-so-spooky walk 12-4 p.m. Oct. 30. Clark Botanic Garden, 193 I.U. Willets Rd., Albertson. clarkbotanic.org $5. 6:30-9:30 p.m. Oct. 28, 29.Survival Horror ExperiencesInstead of just walking through a haunted house unarmed, this interactive zombie-themed fictional prison gives those brave enough to enter a laser tag gun for protection from the rampaging hoard of flesh-hungry undead. Theme nights offer various iterations from creepy clowns to “dead silence” or regular old zombie apocalypse, among others. They’re also open year-round. NYZ Apocalypse, 450 Commack Rd., Deer Park. nyzapocalypse.com $34-$40. Open weekends, times vary.The Franklin Square HorrorThis one-night-only haunted house is celebrating its 20-year anniversary. The theme this year is a haunted funeral home. Upon entering the house visitors will enter the reception, then journey into the morgue where they will have to make their way through hanging dead bodies before entering the autopsy/embalming room and crematorium. The mostterrifying moment is upon entering the “wake” room with the open casket filled with haunted mourners. 1148 Norbay Street, Franklin Square. joea65.wix.com. Donations go to Autism and Cerebral Palsy Associations. 6-10 p.m. Oct. 31.Yaphank Trail of TerrorEvery year this terrifying haunted trail gets scarier. Each night the organizers will screen a different Halloween-themed movie at 8 p.m. They also have a bounce house and a human hamster ball track. Yaphank Presbyterian Church 65 Main St., Yaphank. yaphanktrail.wixsite.com $10. 7-11 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays through Oct. 29.
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Claire Rafferty says Chelsea Ladies’ desire to play possession football even when under pressure, coupled with an improved attacking threat, makes them a dangerous side.New signing Gemma Davison scored twice as the Blues opened their Women’s Super League campaign with an impressive 2-1 win over Notts County Ladies on Sunday.And England left-back Rafferty told West London Sport the eagerness to keep the ball and remain patient that was so evident is instilled in them by manager Emma Hayes and is also part of the club’s ethos.“We train like that every day so it’s not natural for us to go long even when we are under pressure,” she said.“Maybe sometimes we should go long a bit more to relieve the pressure, but that is not how Emma wants us to play. She wants us to play our way out and that is the mentality within the whole club.“Eni (Aluko) and Gemma are a real force, and Ji So-Yun as well, and we like to let them express themselves by keeping the ball. That allows them to wander and they can really do that and pose a threat.”Rafferty and her team-mates face another away game on Thursday, against Bristol Academy, and the defender said confidence would be high after beating a side they failed to beat in two meetings last season.“We are buzzing to get the first game out of the way,” Rafferty added.“We lost the league only on goal difference but did well to finish second and we have high expectations for this season. It was bit of relief to get the season off to that start we wanted.“It certainly points us in the right direction. Winning that first game felt really good.”You can read Claire Rafferty’s thoughts on the new season in her West London Sport column which will be a regular feature again this season.Chelsea Ladies play their first home FA Women’s Super League game of the season against Liverpool on Sunday 19 April at Wheatsheaf Park, Staines Town FC. Kick-off is at 2pm and tickets are currently available priced at £5 for adults and £3 for juniors/seniors.See also:Chelsea Ladies driven by near missRafferty like a new signing – HayesDavison scores two in Chelsea Ladies winChelsea Ladies proved grit – HayesChapman hails Chelsea Ladies signingsFollow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
This past weekend saw all of our coastal steelhead rivers turn some shade of green – some emerald and some olive. Condition-wise, it was probably the best we’ve had this season. But pristine conditions only last so long. And now as we go another week deeper into a disheartening dry spell, some rivers are getting too low to drift and too clear to be good. The Chetco, Elk, and Sixes would fall into those categories. The Smith and the South Fork Eel are both dropping and clearing as well. Green …
1. Kansas City (9-1)Finally, it’s here. The most anticipated regular season game of the season, maybe in a few seasons. The latest matchup in NFL regular-season history between teams averaging better than 33 points per game. Chiefs leaky defense will be scrutinized.Last week: 1 Next: at L.A. Rams2. New Orleans (8-1)Drew Brees could be a sentimental MVP choice over upstart Pat Mahomes and he wouldn’t be a bad choice. Working in his favor? Todd Gurley/Jared Goff would split the LA Rams …
Names written on pieces of pottery, clay and stone agree not only that Bible characters existed, but confirms the dates they lived.Moabite Stone NewsThe Mesha Stele, sometimes called the Moabite Stone, has been in the news this week, because there is a dispute about the translation of a name. The stone had been rescued in the 19th century from local Bedouins who cracked it to pieces intentionally over a political dispute, but the pieces were purchased and reassembled in mostly complete condition. It is housed now in the Louvre Museum. Before it was cracked, a paper impression, called a “squeeze,” had been made, but that is torn. For years, some archaeologists believed that a portion of barely-legible text referred to the “house of David.” A new rendering translates it as “house of Balak.” Either way, it refers to a king known from the Bible. Here are some of the articles discussing the controversy:New reading of Mesha Stele could have far-reaching consequences for biblical history (Phys.org). This article says that Balak lived two centuries before Mesha, so if the inscription refers to him, the author of the stele would have had to refer to Balak as a historical character for some reason. Incidentally, the name Balaam, the false prophet who also appears in the Numbers 22 account, is known from a separate inscription.Smashed Ancient Tablet Suggests Biblical King Was Real. But Not Everyone Agrees (Live Science). One of the proponents of the new rendering “Balak” is Israel Finkelstein, who for years has doubted that David and Solomon were as powerful and wealthy as the Bible describes. King Mesha, however, dates from David’s time, so having “Balak” inscribed on the stone represents an anachronism. Ronald Hendel, a professor of archaeology at UC Berkeley, calls the ‘Balak’ rendering tentative.Ancient 3,000-year-old tablet suggests Biblical king may have existed (Fox News). This article says that Finkelstein’s team only “cautiously suggests” that the line refers to Balak instead of David.High-tech study of ancient stone suggests new proof of King David’s dynasty (The Times of Israel). Discussing the “dueling papers” that argue for one name or the other, this article gives evidence that the ‘David’ reading cannot be ruled out.Other Archeological NewsRare ancient treasures bearing Biblical names discovered in Jerusalem’s City of David (Fox News). A rare clay seal, or bulla, has been found in Jerusalem bearing the Biblical name “Nathan-Melech” (II Kings 23:11). The seal dates from 586 BC, when Babylonian king Nebuchadnezzar destroyed Jerusalem. This is the first archaeological evidence bearing that name. Nathan-Melech is described as chamberlain in King Josiah’s time. Whether or not the seal belonged to the actual character in II Kings, it corroborates use of the name in that period. James Rogers mentions other inscriptions found in Jerusalem. John Stonestreet of BreakPoint discusses the apologetic value of this inscription at CNS News.In biblical archaeology, it’s often the big players we look for—Moses and David and Paul. Last year’s announcement of a ring bearing Pontius Pilate’s name was big news, and rightly so. It’s a name we say every time we recite the Apostles’ Creed, proclaiming that Jesus’ redeeming work happened in real history.Still, names like Nathan-Melech, Servant of the King, may offer an even stronger confirmation that the events recorded in the Bible actually happened. The seemingly insignificant name from 2 Kings reminds us that King Josiah, who rediscovered the Law in the Temple and cleansed the nation of idols, isn’t just a character from a mythical story. He was a man in history; he had court officials and administrative headquarters; and he was part of the lineage that led to another King—the Lion Who sits on the throne of Judah and is ushering in a Kingdom—one that, unlike ancient Jerusalem—will never be conquered.The Oldest Writing in Jerusalem (Watch Jerusalem). This article features Eilat Mazar, archaeologist in the City of David portion of Jerusalem. It says, “Two of the oldest pieces of writing found in Jerusalem leave their mark on the archaeological and biblical worlds.” Mazar holds an Akkadian fragment bearing an inscription that has not been fully deciphered. “Dating to the 14th century b.c.e., it is the oldest text ever discovered in Jerusalem.” The date of the fragment corresponds with Israel’s entrance into Canaan. Another fragment, the “Pithos inscription,” corresponds to the time just before King David. It represents “the oldest alphabetical writing ever to be discovered in Jerusalem, and possibly in all Israel.”Inscriptions: The Biblical Figures That Nearly Were (Watch Jerusalem). This article by Christopher Eames catalogs some of the amazing artifacts that mention Biblical names, like Elisha, Isaiah and Jeremiah. He mentions the Moabite Stone. Eames is concerned about the “nearlies,” the inscriptions that are nearly but not quite complete. He says there have been attempts throughout history to destroy artifacts, like in recent years when ISIS blew up the ancient city of Nimrud, so it is not surprising that some artifacts show damage to the most tantalizing spots. Although some of the fragmentary remains could be questioned, Eames gives reasons why, from context and date, the names pass muster:Alongside these general scientific rediscoveries, archaeologists have also been rediscovering proof of dozens of biblical individuals over the past couple of hundred years. Individuals that were thought to have been mythical. This wasn’t necessarily a case of information being lost, but rather of historical information not being believed.And so today, we now have multiple dozens of biblical individuals re-proved. Added to that, we have a whole host of “nearlies.” Individuals, again, still not yet believed—although the weight of evidence makes them virtually certain. And—at least in a court of law—that weight of evidence dictates the verdict.Todd Bolen, a Bible history professor at The Master’s University and author of an extensive collection of photographs of Bible lands, keeps record of archaeology news. His Bible Places Blog is a good place to look for facts and analysis of archaeology claims. Bolen doubts the ‘Balak’ translation from the Moabite Stone, noting that it would be anachronistic. According to his Weekend Roundup for May 4, Michael Langlois is preparing a paper to defend the ‘House of David’ rendering. 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Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss PLAY LIST 02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games A power forward who is taking the long route to make the men’s team proper, Hung scored just four points, had two assists and a block before fouling out after just 10 minutes and 22 seconds on the floor.And yet, just because of that little incident where he went nose-to-nose with Wright after a rough play, he got all the local media attention.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completionSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSWin or don’t eat: the Philippines’ poverty-driven, world-beating pool stars“I was just asking him where we were going to have dinner,” Wright answered in jest when asked by Taiwanese media of the incident. “But seriously, this is basketball and things like that happen.“We’re competitors and after all is said and done, you shake the guy’s hand,” Wright went on. “There’s nothing personal about it.” MOST READ Sharapova makes first US match appearance since drug ban Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Ethel Booba on hotel’s clarification that ‘kikiam’ is ‘chicken sausage’: ‘Kung di pa pansinin, baka isipin nila ok lang’ LATEST STORIES Trump strips away truth with hunky topless photo tweet FEU Auditorium’s 70th year celebrated with FEU Theater Guild’s ‘The Dreamweavers’ TAIPEI – Han Huang-Hung got into a skirmish with Gilas Pilipinas gunslinger Matthew Wright early in the fourth quarter of a tight victory by the Filipinos over a young Chinese Taipei B crew in the Jones Cup here on Monday afternoon.That incident alone made an instant celebrity on the 22-year-old who just got out of college early this year.ADVERTISEMENT Lacson: SEA Games fund put in foundation like ‘Napoles case’ El Nido residents told to vacate beach homes National Coffee Research Development and Extension Center brews the 2nd National Coffee Education Congress Church, environmentalists ask DENR to revoke ECC of Quezon province coal plant Hotel says PH coach apologized for ‘kikiam for breakfast’ claim Reporters here said that Hung is ready to declare for the coming pro draft here, and that, despite just having completed his college degree, is ready to make the sport a career.He’s already had his 15 minutes of fame in this game.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next View comments