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Clocking in at 54 seconds, the clip is a teeny tiny compilation of the pup’s recent struggles with a chair that’s twice as big as he is. Whether it’s a case of the Mondays or the simple fact that the chair is too damn high for him, one thing’s... Watch it all go down, below. Source: www.celebuzz.com
Many players living outside San Diego poured into town early this week. On Wednesday, they were scheduled for weigh-ins, physicals, a conditioning test administered on the field, and an evening team meeting. They also would check into team living arrangements where they'll spend the next three weeks. It's that time. Chargers players reported to training camp Wednesday, one day before what'll be their first practice since June. The Thursday session is the first of 10 public practices, including four straight at Chargers Park. First whistle is at 9:20 a. m. The pads come on Saturday. Admission to each practice is free. Gates open one hour before practice starts. The nearest available parking on weekdays is along Murphy Canyon Road. On weekends, fans also can park in the Kearny Mesa Business Center, located just south of Chargers Park. The team facility is at 4020 Murphy Canyon Rd, San Diego, CA, 92123. Schedule. • July 30, 9:20-11:15 a. m. • July 31, 2:50-4:45 p. m. • Aug. 1, 9:20-11:15 a. m. • Aug. 2, 2:50-4:45 p. m. • Aug. 5, 2:50-4:45 p. m. • Aug. 8, FanFest at Qualcomm Stadium, 10:30 a. m. to 12:30 p. m. • Aug. 10, 2:50-4:45 p. m. • Aug. 15, 9:20-11:15 a. m. • Aug. 17, 2:50-4:45 p. m. • Aug. 18, 9:20-11:15 a. m. Outside items allowed. • Folding chairs. With limited bleacher seating available, the chairs can be used to sit outside the fence surrounding the practice fields. • Food and non-alcoholic beverages. Such items also are available for purchase. • A personal camera that meets the guidelines below. Not allowed. • As stipulated by the Chargers, any video camera or telephoto lens longer than six inches (detachable or non-detachable). • Smoking or alcohol drinking. • Other banned items include pets (service dogs an exception), weapons, chains, stun guns, mace and pepper sprays, water guns, fireworks, frisbees, sports balls, beach balls or other inflatable objects, laser pointers, flammable objects, musical... Source: www.sandiegouniontribune.com
In a special event, Rockport’s Marina Evans will perform a benefit concert for the Grace Center on Sunday, Aug. 2 at the Trinity Congregational Church at 70 Middle St. in Gloucester at 7 p. m. The concert features Evans, Bernardo Baglioni and special guests, and all proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to the Grace Center. The suggested donation is $15. The Rockport Legion Band will perform its fourth free concert of its 82nd consecutive summer concert series at the Back Beach Bandstand on Sunday at 7 p. m. Popcorn is available. Children are welcome. Folding chairs and blankets are good. In case of rain, the band plays inside the Legion Hall, next to the bandstand. Jason Howard will conduct this program, which includes: The Battle Cry of Freedom, A Leroy Anderson Portrait, Oblivion (with oboe solo by Bob Heineman), Mamma Mia. , La Paloma, New Orleans Jam Session. (Dixie Group), Carousel, Elisa, Highlights from Jersey Boys, The Great Muppet Caper, Thunderbolt, Voyage to the Edge of the World, and March “Dallas” and God Bless America. Bassist Mike Rivard, electric mandolinist Matt Glover and accordionist Roberto Cassan joined with percussionist and singer Fabio Pirozzolo to create the Grand Fatilla. The group is notable for its “raucous enthusiasm and varied ethnic make-up. ” The group takes the audience on a journey from the music of Argentine tangos to Italian tarantellas, from Turkish sacred Sufi songs to Irish reels, Moroccan trance to Bulgarian dance music, all performed with improvisation and playful spontaneity. Each member of the band brings a distinct area of expertise in different world music to the collective sound: Cassan and Pirozzolo both hail from Italy where they were immersed in folk music (and play with the Italian folk group Newpoli), and also... Glover came to Boston from his native Newfoundland where he absorbed the Celtic influences and fiddle music of that area, as well as studying the South Indian style of mandolinist U. Srinivas. Rivard, who is also a member of Indian-jazz group Natraj and plays with the Boston Pops Orchestra, has a passion for North African music, especially Moroccan trance music. Gloucester Stage continues Playtime Stories, a combination of children’s stories, live performances and children’s activities for ages three and older, on Saturday at 10 a. m. at Gloucester Stage at 267 East Main St. in. Source: www.gloucestertimes.com
Clocking in at 54 seconds, the clip is a teeny tiny compilation of the pup's recent struggles with a chair that's twice as big as he is. Whether it's a case of the Mondays or the simple fact that the chair is too damn high for him, one thing's for sure
Folding chairs. With limited bleacher seating available, the chairs can be used to sit outside the fence surrounding the practice fields. • Food and non-alcoholic beverages. Such items also are available for purchase. • A personal camera that meets the
"You can really fall into a muscle memory of, 'This is what you do here and there,' " Church said. "It gets comfortable. All that changes when it's just me and an acoustic guitar — that anxiety, that fear, a little bit of that unknown. But that's the
Folding chairs and blankets are good. In case of rain, the band plays inside the Legion Hall, next to the bandstand. Jason Howard will conduct this program, which includes: The Battle Cry of Freedom, A Leroy Anderson Portrait, Oblivion (with oboe solo
FLORENCE, S.C. – The Grains of Sand Band from Athens, Georgia, will make its first appearance in Florence on Friday at the Florence After Five monthly concert. The concert is scheduled to begin at 5:30 p.m. on South Dargan Street downtown.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – An accident involving a child and a folding chair is prompting a warning to parents about household dangers. Doctors at Children’s Hospital claim the partial amputation of a finger is not that uncommon. This all happened Wednesday ...
WASHINGTON, July 30 (UPI) --A portly bulldog's big dreams of sitting in a folding chair made him a viral star when his struggles were caught on camera. The video, shared on YouTube by user Random Bananas, shows the chubby canine making multiple attempts to ...