The show opens with Ethan Carter and Tyrus. EC3 reveals that his Aunt Dixie Carter has put him in charge of booking tonight and also reveals he'll defend his title three times tonight. Matt Hardy comes down and tells Carter he'll take him up on that challenge. Carter reveals that he already has Matt Hardy in a tag match. But since Matt's brother Jeff is still hurt, he'll have to go alone against the angry Dirty Heels. As Carter takes his place on commentary, Matt valiantly battles the Dirty Heels. However, Aries eventually gets the pin as Bobby Roode holds Hardy's leg on the outside to prevent him from kicking out. I've opted to do this review in chronological order instead of starting off with a main angle and then backtracking for the rest of the show. The reason being that Ethan Carter was the main story and it weaved through most of this show. The main story was Carter running the show and it went the entire length. Tonight TNA gave Ethan a chance to show off what he does best and that's talk and heel it up. And he did a good job of it, which is to be expected at this point. He worked commentary, and entertainingly so. (I'm game for some more Carter on commentary. ) He booked heelish matches for all the faces. Plus, I got a good laugh every time he said "Nope" to someone saying he should give them a title shot. Unfortunately, after playing up his strengths all night, they undercut all that effort with the final match of the night, but we'll get there eventually. As for Hardy and the Dirty Heels, this was the one example of EC3's power getting the better of a foe. 2 on 1 handicapped matches often aren't enjoyable since it's one guy taking a bunch of offense most of the night and then making an often unbelievable comeback before either winning or losing. Because of that, there's not much to be said about this match up. It is weird to see Aries knowing he's gone from the company and waiting things out now that his major tag team angle is finished. ______________________________________. The Rising come down to the ring to officially disband due to losing their match with the Beat Down Clan last week. Drew tells the BDC that their time is still coming and Drew will be continuing the fight alone. From commentary, EC3 mocks Drew pretending to be upset about the death of the Rising. Then he tells Drew that the Scotsman is booked in a 3 on 1 match against. Source: www.cagesideseats.com
UPDATED on July 1 to add post-game July 4 fireworks at Zephyr Field in Metairie and the July 24-26 Natchez Food and Wine Festival in Natchez, Miss. UPDATED on June 30 to add July 4 Krewe of Kolossos Bayou Boat Parade on Bayou St. John in New Orleans. UPDATED on June 30 to add July 11 Kids Bait-N-Wait Fishing Derby at Fairview-Riverside State Park near Madisonville. UPDATED on June 28 to add July 4 Family Fun Fest at American Legion Post 185 in Slidell. UPDATED on June 26 to add July 4 fireworks show at the Boomtown Casino in Harvey. When it comes to Louisiana festivals in July, there is one question that must be considered: Are you in or are you out. Indoors or outdoors, that is. The summer heat in New Orleans is not to be taken lightly, but, luckily, the two big music festivals that anchor the month give patrons a choice. The Essence Festival , July 2-5, takes place mostly in the air-conditioned confines of the Mercedes-Benz Superdome and the Ernest N. Morial New Orleans Convention Center, while Satchmo SummerFest , July 30-Aug. 2, has its main music stages outdoors on the grounds of the Old U. S. Mint (though even the Satchmo Fest has a slate of indoor symposiums and screenings that offer patrons a respite from the heat). For those drawn to the Great Outdoors, July also is bookended by a pair of tarpon rodeos: The Golden Meadow-Fourchon International Tarpon Rodeo is July 2-4, and the Grand Isle International Tarpon Rodeo is July 23-26. Lovers of the Great Indoors... If so much activity is just too much to contemplate as the mercury rises above 90 degrees, grab a libation at Tales of the Cocktail, July 15-19, relax,. Source: www.nola.com
Flagler’s Lynette Shott Among Leadership Academy Graduates Recognized by Commissioner Stewart : Commissioner of Education Pam Stewart on June 16 recognized 147 graduates of the Commissioner’s Leadership Academy. Stewart was joined by State Board of Education Chair Marva Johnson, Chancellor of K-12 Public Schools Hershel Lyons, and Deputy Chancellor for Educator Quality Brian Dassler. “My enthusiastic congratulations to this year’s Leadership Academy graduates,” said Stewart. “These school leaders learned innovative and essential strategies to improve teacher and student success, and I look forward to seeing how they apply their knowledge to make positive change in their schools. Elaine Liftin from the Council for Educational Change welcomed the graduates and district leaders to the ceremony and deliver opening remarks. The graduation ceremony marks the end of a year-long rigorous professional development program for Florida principals, principal supervisors and education leaders. The job-embedded and research-based program includes three institutes and five school site “learning walks” with a regional cohort to practice instructional leadership skills, focusing on increased knowledge and skills to improve teacher... The project is a collaborative effort between the Florida Department of Education, the University of Washington’s Center for Educational Leadership and the Council for Educational Change. Educators were nominated by their district superintendents as leaders who could rise to the challenge. 84 Brookside Lane in Palm Coast Wins Beautification Award: At the March meeting of the Beautification and Environmental Advisory Committee (BEAC) an award was given to Larry and Eva Wright for their work in improving the landscaping at their home... The award was entitled, “We Noticed Your Efforts”, and the BEAC considered it to be worthy of mention. The owner’s intent was not to bring attention or accolades to themselves, but to act as an encouragement to others in their neighborhood to spruce up and improve the looks of their homes. The City hopes that the Wright’s intentions are considered by all in the city. Flagler Sheriff Welcomes New Police Athletic League (P. A. L. ) Assistant: The Sheriff’s Office and PAL Director Kim Hale welcomed their newest employee to the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office Tuesday morning. Source: flaglerlive.com
EC3 reveals that his Aunt Dixie Carter has put him in charge of booking tonight and also reveals he'll defend his title three times tonight. Matt Hardy comes . Credit to Josh Matthews to explain that the chair wasn't more painful, but more trapped
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