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X-Factor Auditions Coming to Nassau Coliseum

December 18, 2020 | nvxeoqvi | No Comments

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Do you have the X-Factor?Fox’s hit talent show is hosting open auditions at Nassau Coliseum in Uniondale on Thursday. X-Factor is looking for solo singers and vocal groups, ages 12 and over, for the chance to win a record deal with Sony Music.For aspiring contestants planning to audition, the registration period is April 23-24, either in person at the arena or online. Wristbands will be handed out from 8 a.m. Tuesday until 11 a.m. Thursday. People will not be allowed to camp out.There is no cost to audition but there is a parking fee of $20 at the coliseum. After obtaining a wristband, X-Factor hopefuls will be asked to return to the coliseum by 7 a.m. Thursday for the audition.Other audition cities are New Orleans on April 14 and Denver on May 14. People may also audition online by submitting a two minute a cappella video from now until June 16. For more information on the rules, registration, or online auditioning visit www.thexfactorusa.com.last_img read more

Man injured in standoff with police

September 24, 2020 | bqfdduvy | No Comments

first_imgJENNINGS COUNTY, Ind. — A Butlerville man has been injured after a shootout with police in Jennings County on Saturday, according to the Indiana State Police.Police say around 3:30 Saturday morning, officers responded to a 911 call regarding a domestic disturbance with shots fired at 5575 North County Road 750 East near Nebraska.After the initial altercation where at least one shot was fired, a female left the residence and went to a neighbor for assistance.When officers arrived on scene, the lone male occupant of the residence, Charles L. Mays, 25, of Butlerville, exited the house and fired at the approaching officers.Multiple officers returned fire and Mays retreated back into the residence and refused to surrender.Additional officers, including Indiana State Police Negotiators and State Emergency Response Team responded to the residence.Contact was made with Mays throughout the day, but he remained barricaded until around 7:45 PM when he exited and surrendered to the officers.Mays was immediately given medical care on the scene for injuries sustained during the incident and was then transported to St. Vincent Jennings Hospital in North Vernon for further treatment of injuries which are believed to be non-life threatening.Mays is expected to be transported to the Jennings County Jail where he will face preliminary charges of attempted murder, intimidation with a deadly weapon, criminal recklessness, and battery.Police are not releasing the names of the officers involved in the shooting at this time.The investigation is ongoing.last_img read more

first_imgKay had started 17th, series veteran Webb ran second most of the way and DeFrance rounded out the top five after starting 12th.  He pulled away again, taking the $3,044 checkers more than half a straightaway ahead of Matt Ryan, Justin Kay, Gary Webb and DeFrance. The Late Model feature brought the third annual special to a close. Dave Wada led the first two times around the track before Aikey took charge, checking out on the rest of the field before a caution brought the field back together with five laps left. “I had a hell of a career in the Summer Series. I’m proud to have been part of it,” Aikey said. “I’m just stunned. I was proud to win tonight.”  A standing ovation from his hometown fans followed congratulations from IMCA officials and pro­moter Toby Kruse. One hundred and seventy-eight cars saw action Thursday, leading into the two-day World Nation­als.  “I raced every race I could, trying to win every race I could,” DeFrance said of his streak. After different drivers led each of the first four laps, Jeff Mueller outran Dallon Murty and Damon Murty to the IMCA Sunoco Stock Car checkers.  Ironman Darrel DeFrance was recognized for perfect attendance and unswaying support when the 500th and final Summer Series for IMCA Late Models event was held Thursday night at his hometown Marshalltown Speedway. (Photo by Jim Zimmerline) “Jeff was good tonight. It was a fun night,” said DeFrance, who also watched as daughter Brittany ac­cepted the marriage proposal from Dale Heinzer during pre-race. “The only thing that could have made it better was if I won.” And Nathan Ballard took the lead just before halfway, winning the IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stock feature ahead of Luke Schluetter and Marcus Wayne. Summer Series feature results – 1. Jeff Aikey, Cedar Falls; 2. Matt Ryan, Davenport; 3. Justin Kay, Wheatland; 4. Gary Webb, Blue Grass; 5. Darrel DeFrance, Marshalltown; 6. Dave Wada, Wilton; 7. Andy Nezworski, Buffalo; 8. Ben Seemann, Waterloo; 9. Logan Duffy, Independence; 10. Curtis Glover, Knoxville; 11. Greg Kastli, Waterloo; 12. Joe Zrostlik, Long Grove; 13. Bobby Hansen, Center Point; 14. Jill George, Cedar Falls; 15. Curt Schroeder, Newton; 16. Curt Martin, Independence; 17. Joel Callahan, Dubuque; 18. Darin Duffy, Urbana; 19. Eric Pollard, Peosta; 20. Shawn Cooney, Des Moines; 21. Richie Gustin, Gilman; 22. Kyle Krampe, Baxter; 23. Nick Marolf, Moscow; 24. Andy Eckrich, Oxford. Ironman Darrel DeFrance was recognized for perfect attendance and unswaying support when the 500th and final Summer Series for IMCA Late Models event was held Thursday night at his hometown Marshalltown Speedway. (Photo by Jim Zimmerline) Cody Laney earned $1,219 and a Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot berth for his IMCA Modi­fied win ahead of Tim Ward and hard charger Tom Berry.  Darrel DeFrance, Dale’s son, was recognized for his perfect attendance through the series’ 500th and final event. Jeff Aikey won that final feature, leading all but the first three of 44 laps to win for the series-best 71st time.  MARSHALLTOWN, Iowa (Sept. 17) – The two drivers synonymous with IMCA’s Summer Series for Late Models were honored before and at the end of Marshalltown Speedway’s Dale DeFrance Me­morial.  One of, if not the most respected drivers in division history, the Ironman DeFrance received a custom door panel, a stone plaque engraved with pictures of his cars from different eras, and a die cast replica of his father’s race car during pre-race ceremonies.  Brayton Carter led start to finish in the Karl Kustoms Northern SportMod feature, leading Johna­thon Logue and Dylan VanWyk across the stripe. DeFrance had finished eighth, Aikey 17th in the first-ever Summer Series event on April 11, 1987 in West Burlington; 17 series championships and 209 feature wins were represented by drivers in the field at Marshalltown. last_img read more

Lambert backs Keane over book

September 20, 2020 | rkbamvjw | No Comments

first_img Keane pulled no punches about Mourinho’s alleged lack of respect by trying to shake hands with he and Lambert before the end of Chelsea’s recent 3-0 win at Stamford Bridge. And Lambert agrees completely with his colleague. “Yeah I do (think it was disrespectful), yeah,” he said. “My thoughts are exactly the same as Roy’s on them. The game has not even finished. I don’t think it was right. “No, I didn’t speak to (Mourinho) about it. “I just thought it was wrong. It’s not the way I was brought up. I just think it was wrong.” Lambert revealed England midfielder Fabian Delph is doubtful for Saturday’s Barclays Premier League clash at Everton with a shoulder injury. Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert has given assistant manager Roy Keane his full backing over his controversial book and recent comments which cast some doubt over his future at the midlands club. The former Manchester United and Republic of Ireland captain has been in the headlines for the past week following the release of his second autobiography. The notoriously forthright Keane covered a range of controversial topics both in the book and in interviews promoting it, ranging from his old manager Sir Alex Ferguson to Jose Mourinho’s recent conduct when Villa played Chelsea. Press Association Villa fans will be more interested in Keane’s promise that he would quit the club if he felt it affected his ‘primary’ role as Martin O’Neill’s number two with Ireland, saying he would leave if the Republic lost three games in a row. Lambert has downplayed those comments, however. “I think that’s been blown well out of proportion,” he said. “I don’t see Ireland losing three games anyway, so I don’t think I need to worry about that. “It made me laugh when I saw what some people were saying about his comments. I knew a lot of what was going in the book so there’s no problem. None whatsoever.” The Scot has yet to read the book but has enjoyed conversations with his assistant about the content. “He did tell me some stuff that was going in the book,” Lambert said. “It made me laugh. Listen, the two of us had a right good laugh about it, along with the other staff members. We still do. There’s no issue with me at all. But that comment (about Ireland) has been blown well out of proportion. “As I said, Ireland have just taken a point from the world champions so I don’t see them losing three in a row anyway.” last_img read more