Blues try to keep racking up points at home, host Maple Leafs

The St. Louis Blues will look to extend their 13-game point streak at home on Saturday when they host the Toronto Maple Leafs. The Blues are 12-0-1 this wave at Enterprise Center. As of Nov. 26, they are 12-3-3 overall. They did so by leading the league with 13 wins …

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Colts don’t face ‘serious’ injuries, though Rock Ya-Sin needs surgery

INDIANAPOLIS — The Colts believe their roster has come to the end of the season without dealing with any new injuries that could linger into the 2022 season, an issue that became a significant issue at the start of the 2021 season. Darius Leonard, Quenton Nelson, Eric Fisher and Dayo …

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Tucson Jazz Festival returns with renewed emphasis on collaboration | Musical function

After barely doing it in the early days of 2020, and being canceled last year, the Tucson Jazz Festival is scheduled in multiple venues from Friday January 14 through Sunday January 23. The festival returns with an expanded variety of styles, both indoor and outdoor shows, and a special jam …

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WARM-UP BLUES | World sports

The West Indies Under-19 team’s batting troubles continued yesterday as they lost their second and final warm-up before the ICC Under-19 World Cup. Despite half a century of captain Ackeem Auguste, the home side again failed to beat their 50 overs quota, and South Africa’s Under-19s took the opportunity to …

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Country music superstar Chris Janson to perform pre-race concert ahead of 63rd Coca-Cola 600

Photo credit: Charlotte Motor Speedway CONCORD, NC (Press Release) – Fans are sure to get nothing but good vibes when singer / songwriter and Academy of Country Music Award winner Chris Janson takes the stage for a pre-race concert ahead of the 63rd edition of Coca-Cola. Cola 600 to Charlotte …

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Learn more about the War of 1812 Battle of Rock Island Rapids in the Wednesday Library program

Kevin Braafladt, Assistant Historian of Army Support Command at Rock Island Arsenal, and the Army Support Command’s History Office will give a free lecture on Wednesday, January 12 at 6 p.m. on a battle of QC during the War of 1812. This session (presented by the Davenport Public Library) will …

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Jazz, R&B and Sophistifunk: James Mtume’s Greatest Recordings | Music

Kuumba-Toudie Heath – Baraka (1969) Biological son of saxophonist Jimmy Heath, raised by James Forman, the accompanist of Dizzy Gillespie, James Mtume was raised in jazz. His first appearance on record was on the 1969 album Kawaida, credited to his uncle, drummer Albert Heath – and on subsequent reissues by …

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Jaime Vieira hired as Blue Jays Minor League coach

Jaime Vieira will become the first woman to hold a coaching position in the Blue Jays organization, after the club hired her on Monday to coach the Minor League hitting before the 2022 season. The club did not officially announce the hiring, which Sportsnet was the first to report. Vieira …

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Country stars rally around her – Billboard

In 2021, Mickey Guyton ticked several career items off the bucket list, including the release of his long-awaited full album Remember his name, co-hosting the Academy of Country Music Awards with Keith Urban, winning one CMA nomination for New Artist of the Year and three Grammy nominations. To explore See …

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NASA’s Perseverance Mars rover has dirt clogging its rock sampling system

This Jan. 7 image shows debris obstructing the bit carousel of NASA’s Perseverance rover. NASA / JPL-Caltech / MSSS This story is part of Welcome to mars, our series exploring the red planet. Mars doesn’t like our robotic explorers. This suffocate them with dust, rough their wheels and mess with …

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