A 36yearold man is facing sexual abuse charges a

first_imgA 36-year-old man is facing sexual abuse charges after a 14-year-old girl reported he’d sexually assaulted her over the past three years.The Tuscaloosa Violent Crimes Unit responded to allegations that Christopher Cody Stutts assaulted the girl again Friday.Investigators said they found probable cause Monday, and have charged Stutts with sexual abuse of a child younger than 12 and second-degree sodomy.Stutts was placed in the Tuscaloosa County Jail on a $40,000 bond.last_img

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first_imgTweetPinShare0 Shares The old, familiar faces and powerhouses in Greek soccer are mostly out, with three second-division teams making the semi-finals for the first time.That lineup came after a 1-1 draw between Olympiakos and AEK changed the look of the field for the final four and as they will play again next month.Iraklis is in after beating Panionios and the second division is guaranteed another spot from the winner of the Hania-Apollon Smyrnis duel. That leaves only Olympiakos in the last four as a dominant power.last_img

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first_imgComprehensive health care coverage for more than 800,000 low-income people in New York and Minnesota, who pay a fraction of the typical cost of a marketplace plan, may be in jeopardy after the federal government partially cut funding this year.The Basic Health Program, in which these consumers are enrolled, was created under the Affordable Care Act to provide another coverage option for people with incomes up to 200 percent of the federal poverty level ($24,280 for an individual in 2018) who would otherwise qualify for subsidized marketplace coverage. Only New York and Minnesota have set up such programs.The funding dispute is tied to a high-profile decision by President Trump to stop paying cost-sharing reduction subsidies, which reduce the deductibles and out-of-pocket costs for people in marketplace plans whose incomes are up to 250 percent of the federal poverty level (about $30,000 for one person). Money that would have paid for cost-sharing reduction subsidies also helps fund the Basic Health Program in New York and Minnesota.These plans must be as comprehensive and affordable as marketplace plans, but for many they’re significantly cheaper, with monthly premiums of either zero or $20 in New York and up to $80 in Minnesota, along with a very small or no deductible and nominal copayments.In November, for example, when May Brown lost her job as a produce repacker — breaking down 40-pound boxes of fruits and vegetables into 10-pound boxes for grocery stores — she also lost her job-based health coverage. On the advice of a friend, the 62-year-old signed up for MinnesotaCare this month. Her $50 monthly premium is about half what she was paying for coverage on the job.Brown, who lives in St. Paul, says she is pretty healthy. But having this coverage, she says, gives her peace of mind.”You never know. Life is unpredictable,” she says. “I like to have something.”Under the Basic Health Program, the federal government is responsible for paying states 95 percent of the amount it would have paid in premium subsidies and cost-sharing reduction payments on the marketplace for these enrollees.In December, the Department of Health and Human Services notified the two states it would withhold the cost-sharing reduction portion of the payments — nearly $300 million in the first quarter of 2018, about a quarter of the total amount expected.Over the course of a year, the amount withheld will exceed $1 billion.When it cut back on funding of the Basic Health Program, the administration cited its October 2017 decision to eliminate cost-sharing reduction payments to insurers.Last month, the attorneys general of the two states filed suit to restore the federal funding.Noting that New York’s Essential Plan covers more than 700,000 low-income New Yorkers, Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said in a press release, “I won’t stand by as the federal government continues to renege on its most basic obligations in a transparent attempt to dismantle the Affordable Care Act.”In their lawsuit, Schneiderman and Minnesota Attorney General Lori Swanson argue that, among other things, the administration’s decision to cut off CSR payments is procedurally flawed and violates its obligations under the health law. They want the court to restore the states’ Basic Health Program funding.Regardless of the lawsuit’s outcome, officials in both states have offered assurances that the program is safe — for now.In New York, Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s budget included sufficient funds to leave the Basic Health Program intact for this year.Officials at the Minnesota Department of Human Services released a written statement, maintaining that “people enrolled in MinnesotaCare should feel confident in their coverage, based on current information.”Under the health law, any state can offer coverage under the Basic Health Program. One possible reason New York and Minnesota adopted the program is because they were already covering many in the target population through Medicaid and typically sharing the cost equally with the federal government. Under the Basic Health Program, the state’s funding responsibility drops to just 5 percent.So what happens next year? If federal funding isn’t restored, advocates are concerned that costs may rise and coverage shrink.”It could trigger major changes to the eligibility structure, the benefits or increases in premiums,” says Maureen O’Connell, president of Health Access MN, which helps people enroll in marketplace coverage.Elisabeth Benjamin says she is “really worried” for the program next year if the courts don’t order the federal government to start making payments.Benjamin, the vice president for health initiatives at the Community Service Society of New York, an advocacy group, says there is a snowball effect as states grapple with the delayed approval of Children’s Health Insurance Program funding for low-income kids amid continued uncertainty over federal funding for community health centers.”It’s terrifying how much the feds can do, particularly for states like New York that are so reliant on federal funding,” Benjamin says.Kaiser Health News is an editorially independent news service that is part of the nonpartisan Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation. Michelle Andrews is on Twitter @mandrews110. Copyright 2018 Kaiser Health News. To see more, visit Kaiser Health News.last_img read more

Updated renderings of the Deer District Renderin

first_imgUpdated renderings of the Deer District. (Rendering: Eppstein Uhen Architects)Last updated on July 3rd, 2019 at 07:10 pmThe Milwaukee Bucks this week unveiled new renderings depicting what they envision the arena district will look like once the remainder of the area is developed, with possibilities including a hotel, office buildings and more apartments.The Bucks’ new arena, the Fiserv Forum, has long been considered the central component of a larger eight-block development area just west of the Milwaukee River downtown. Related projects, such as the Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin Sports Science Center and the Fife Fifty Ultra Lofts to the north of the arena, as well as an entertainment block immediately east of the arena, have already been constructed or are well underway. Updated renderings of the Deer District. (Rendering: Eppstein Uhen Architects) Updated renderings of the Deer District. (Rendering: Eppstein Uhen Architects) Updated renderings of the Deer District. (Rendering: Eppstein Uhen Architects) Updated renderings of the Deer District. (Rendering: Eppstein Uhen Architects)“I think it’s all about really creating and continuing to build upon what we’ve already done,” Michael Belot, senior vice president of Bucks ventures and development, said of the updated vision for the arena district area. Belot said there are four designated blocks that are expected to see development in the coming years.Those blocks include the site of the former BMO Harris Bradley Center, which is in the process of being demolished. The Bucks refer to that site as blocks two and three. There, the updated renderings depict a mix of offices, a full-service hotel, movie theater, residential and retail space.Additionally, two blocks to the north and northeast of the arena also show a mix of uses in the new renderings. At block five, which is immediately north of The Moderne residential tower, shows a residential development with street-level retail. To the west of that is block six, which shows primarily office and hotel space, said Belot.Belot noted that the Bucks have been in talks with a lot of individuals who have proactively approached them about development opportunities at the arena district.“Within the next two to five years you’re going to see some significant construction,” he said.Milwaukee-based Eppstein Uhen Architects drew up the renderings. The firm also helped design Fiserv Forum. Get our email updatesBizTimes DailyManufacturing WeeklyNonprofit WeeklyReal Estate WeeklySaturday Top 10Wisconsin Morning Headlines Subscribelast_img read more

Milwaukeebased Jason Industries Inc has acquired

first_imgMilwaukee-based Jason Industries Inc. has acquired Pittsburgh-based Schaffner Manufacturing Co. Inc. for $11 million in cash.Jason is the parent company of several manufacturers in the finishing, components, seating and automotive acoustics sectors. Among them is Milwaukee-based Milsco Manufacturing, which makes motorcycle, lawnmower and construction seating. Its 2018 revenue was $612.9 million, and it reported a 2018 net loss of $19.3 million. Jason has more than 3,600 employees in 13 countries.Schaffner makes flap wheels, buffing wheels and buffing compounds for specialized applications. Its annual revenue is about $20 million. It has four manufacturing plants in Pennsylvania, Michigan and Mississippi. Jason expects the acquisition to enhance its polishing business. Schaffner will be integrated with its Osborn business, which is based in Richmond, Indiana and Burgwald, Germany. Osborn makes brushes, polishing buffs and compounds, abrasives and roller technology for surface preparation and finishing, cleaning and containment, and material and structural positioning.“The acquisition of Schaffner is consistent with our strategy to grow our Industrial business and provides a natural extension of the company’s current product offerings, enhancing the opportunity to serve our customers,” said Brian Kobylinski, chief executive officer of Jason. “Schaffner has a long history as a market leader and is a strong strategic fit with Osborn. We expect this combination to drive value for our customers, employees and shareholders as we execute our integration plan. We are pleased to welcome the Schaffner employees to Jason.”Jason plans to provide more detail on the transaction in its May 2 earnings call. Get our email updatesBizTimes DailyManufacturing WeeklyNonprofit WeeklyReal Estate WeeklySaturday Top 10Wisconsin Morning Headlines Subscribelast_img read more

Paulding County members may now enjoy a  new membe

first_imgPaulding County members may now enjoy a  new member benefit with GenFed Credit Union.  From Sept. 8-18 they will be offering special low rates on home and auto loans as low as 3.99% interest.  Contact GenFed or your local  Farm Bureau office for more information. FacebookTwitterPinterestAddThis0Share Leave a Comment FacebookTwitterPinterestAddThis0Share Leave a Commentlast_img

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first_imgWhat’s your opinion? Do you want to see the new Amazon headquarters come to Boston? Vote in our poll and add your comments in the section below! Do You Want to See Amazon Come to Boston? (Poll Closed) Yes, I think it will be good for the city.  51.95%  (80 votes)     No, it sounds like a nightmare.  33.77%  (52 votes)     Eh, I don’t know, but I’m interested to see what happens.  14.28%  (22 votes)       Total Votes: 154   Take Our PollNote: Web polls are not scientific, representing only those readers who choose to vote. At the end of last year, several news outlets including the Wall Street Journal and Business Insider ranked Boston as the #2 choice for Amazon’s new headquarters. Boston ranked as a top contender for, among other reasons, having a good “cultural fit”, but the high cost of living could be a deterrent. A recent Boston Globe article offers readers a behind the scenes look at Boston’s bid.Bostonians who support the move highlight the 50,000 jobs it could create, while those opposed point out potential problems in adding even more people to our already stressed roads, housing, and public transportation.*Advertisement*last_img read more

Tolentino No more debate with Drilon on China dea

first_imgTolentino: No more debate with Drilon on China deal LATEST STORIES Recla said Dicdican’s case should serve as a warning for other policemen.MORE STORIESnewsinfoLOOK: MMDA conducts 2nd round of clearing ops in Pasig, PaterosnewsinfoDemocrats fight over health care, immigration at debatenewsinfoUS fighter jet crashes in Death Valley, 7 park visitors hurtMORE STORIESnewsinfoLOOK: MMDA conducts 2nd round of clearing ops in Pasig, PaterosnewsinfoDemocrats fight over health care, immigration at debatenewsinfoUS fighter jet crashes in Death Valley, 7 park visitors hurt“Getting caught in traffic is not enough reason to be late,” said Recla.Under the rules of the National Police Commission (Napolcom), Dicdican’s case should be resolved by his station commander, said Recla.Recla said the offense could lead to Dicdican’s suspension or forfeiture of his allowance. /CORRESPONDENT CHITO O. ARAGONADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. PCSO to focus on improving transparency of gaming activities PLAY LIST 03:26PCSO to focus on improving transparency of gaming activities01:39Sotto open to discuss, listen to pros and cons of divorce bill06:02Senate to probe Tolentino’s ‘novel legal theories’ on oral agreements01:50Palace open to make Dengvaxia usable again as dengue cases spike01:49House seeks probe on ‘massive corruption’ in PCSO01:37PCSO estimates P250M in Lotto revenue loss due to suspension MOST READ SMC bags Bulacan airport project An irked Constantino immediately ordered the Investigation and Detective Management Branch of the Cebu City Police Office (CCPO) to conduct an investigation to determine why Dicdican was not around.Chief Insp. Aileen Recla, chief IDMB, said Dicdican could face an administrative investigation for simple neglect of duty.FEATURED STORIESNEWSINFOSenate to probe Tolentino’s ‘novel legal theories’ on oral agreementsNEWSINFOLocsin wants to drop ‘visas upon arrival’ privilegeNEWSINFOTolentino: No more debate with Drilon on China dealRecla said Dicdican was supposed to be in his post at 7 a.m. but he arrived two hours late.In explaining why he was late, Dicdican said he got caught in traffic when he left home in Minglanilla town. Angara: Investigate DOH’s ‘constipated’ medicine distribution system Carpio gets nominated as CJ for 4th time Fake cop accosts real cops, is arrested in Pateros View comments Quake disturbs Itbayat, Batanes anew Fake cop accosts real cops, is arrested in Pateros BPI nets P13.74B in H1 A CEBU City policeman is in hot water for reporting late in Oplan Balik Eskwela, a police program aimed to provide security for last Monday’s resumption of classes.PO3 Neil Dicdican of the Fuente Police Station, was not at his post at the City Central School when Chief Supt. Danilo Constantino, director of the Police Regional Office in Central Visayas (PRO-7), arrived for inspection.ADVERTISEMENT Read Nextlast_img read more

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first_imgView comments Pagasa: Rain expected as LPA enters PAR A total of 24 titles are at stake in today’s round, which will feature the Teacher-Student and Pro-Am categories in both the Latin and Standard events.The multi-awarded pair of Rendon and Hayco will break the ice for Dancesports Team Cebu City’s quest for glory when they see action in the Latin Category’s Pro-Am C and Pro-Am B events of the competition.FEATURED STORIESNEWSINFOSenate to probe Tolentino’s ‘novel legal theories’ on oral agreementsNEWSINFOLocsin wants to drop ‘visas upon arrival’ privilegeNEWSINFOPalace open to make Dengvaxia usable again as dengue cases spikeAside from Rendon, the other DTCC members who will start their bid are the pair of Romeo Jay Cialbo and Ma. Luzviminda Poitiers (Standard Teacher-Student). Jimmy Noel and Elizabeth Zets will also be under the spotlight when they compete in the Teachers-Student Latin C and Standard Teacher-Student C categories.Hayco will also see action in the Adult Latin Senior C category tomorrow afternoon with Davin Unabia as her partner. /Correspondent JADE S. VIOLETA SMC bags Bulacan airport project Pagasa: Rain expected as LPA enters PAR PCSO to focus on improving transparency of gaming activities PLAY LIST 03:26PCSO to focus on improving transparency of gaming activities01:39Sotto open to discuss, listen to pros and cons of divorce bill06:02Senate to probe Tolentino’s ‘novel legal theories’ on oral agreements01:50Palace open to make Dengvaxia usable again as dengue cases spike01:49House seeks probe on ‘massive corruption’ in PCSO01:37PCSO estimates P250M in Lotto revenue loss due to suspension LATEST STORIES What’s new in town: Eggplant parmigiana deep-dish pizza, tofu ‘kakigori,’ ‘kamias’-date sticky toffee pudding Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Read Next An adobo upgrade: Add rosemary MOST READ PM Boris Johnson visits Belfast as Brexit woes hurt UK economy Senate to probe Tolentino’s ‘novel legal theories’ on oral agreements Sen. Pia Cayetano: Judge our clan based on performance Top Pinoy netters advance in PCA OPen MEMBERS of the Dancesports Team Cebu City (DTCC) will start their bid for glory today when the Asian Dance Sports Council’s 21st International Dance Teachers Association’s IDTA Cup formally unfolds at the Queen Elizabeth Stadium in Hong Kong.The DTCC, spearheaded by Crisaldo “Loloy” Rendon and DTCC director Eleonor O. Hayco, arrived in Hong Kong yesterday morning in time for the event’s formal opening later that night.ADVERTISEMENTlast_img read more

FFWPU USA Rev Michael Balcombs Sunday Sermon in

first_imgFFWPU USA: Rev. Michael Balcomb’s Sunday Sermon in Los Angeles…. One of the biggest challenges for me, and perhaps for many of you, is to keep God’s perspective and not be overwhelmed by the small scope of what we see as human beings. Sometimes there seems to be just too much trouble in the world, too many problems in America, even struggles in our own community or our own families, and it seems this is really too much, we’re kidding ourselves if we think that we are going to make an impact.But that’s not true. In fact, throughout history God always has been looking for a small group of people to start with. In the speech that True Father gave to the United States Congress, he walked the congressmen and senators through that path of God’s history, starting all the way back with Abraham, Isaac, Jacob—the fathers of faith. One thing he pointed out was that if you were able to rely only on the Bible, you would think that these men and their families were the only people on Earth. They strode alone across the plains of Canaan or Syria. There’s very little account of them interacting with anyone else at all. So you may think, “Well, in those days it was easy. God had His champions; there was almost nobody else around; God talked to them every day; and, of course, they were able to keep the vision of God’s plan alive,” but in reality, of course, it was very different.They also were just a handful of people in a society with many different religions, many different cultures, many different languages, and they faced exactly the same challenges we do today to keep faith alive, to keep believing that the small things that “I” do can make a big difference on the great scale. And the truth of the matter is that often they didn’t know the plan of God in its complete end; they knew only the little part that God had asked them. Read Morelast_img read more

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first_img Uzo Aduba, Dascha Polanco, and Tituss Burgess D…Get to Know the Diversity Executives Leading th…Power in the Boardroom: Registry of Black Corpo… Intel’s CEO just put in place an incredible precedent: Intel will release salary data to ensure all employees are paid fairly in a move to further equality within its walls.[Related: Here’s A List Of The Most Influential African Americans at SXSW]The tech industry has had its proverbial feet to the fire in the demand for more inclusion of women and minorities in its worker base. Tech industry leaders have cried about a lack of talent pool within minority communities, but studies show that is patently false.This recent announcement by Intel is just one example of how the company has truly made a commitment to furthering diversity.Last year, Intel announced a $300 million Diversity in Technology initiative, a five-year strategy to increase representation of minorities and women in various tech-related industries, including computer science and gaming.Since then, Intel exceeded its hiring goal for 2015 to increase diverse hiring by 40% to 43.1%. Hires from underrepresented communities increased by 31%.The company also increased its female workforce by almost 43%. African Americans now make up 3.5% of Intel’s workforce and women comprise 24.5%, outpacing the number of minorities in other large technology companies. Additionally, Intel increased the number of women in leadership roles.Intel is also playing a role in getting minority startups off the ground. Rodney Williams, an African American tech company founder, received $10 million in a series of investments led by Intel.Intel’s push for diversity is reminiscent of another company, IBM. Big Blue was one of the first significant tech companies to employ African Americans, including hiring Richard MacGregor, a black employee (in 1911) when IBM was then the Computing – Tabulating – Recording Company (C-T-R); in hiring Evelyn Boyd Granville, who was an IBM programmer in the 1950’s; and with the hiring of black IBM researcher Mark Dean who designed the PC/AT, the follow-on to the original PC, setting the standard for all “IBM – compatible” PCs. Dr. Dean also became the first African American IBM Fellow in 1995.Other companies include Apple, Google, and Microsoft, which are also launching diversity initiatives and programs, especially ones that support young people of color in pursuing STEM careers.However, it’s important to remember that IBM was concerned with diversity in technology long before it became a much-discussed topic. In fact, former IBM salesman and now Microsoft chairman John Thompson spoke recently about the support he received from IBM when he faced racism from clients as a salesman on the road.IBM also has a history when it comes to LGBT workplace equality. As early as 1984, it included sexual orientation in its nondiscrimination policy.And Intel, especially with this new announcement surrounding salary disclosure, is doing something most companies would never dare.It’s important to keep up the fight and demand for diversity in tech. But it’s equally as important to acknowledge the companies doing the right things.  The acts of Intel and IBM are something from which we all can learn. be_ixf; php_sdk; php_sdk_1.4.18 https://www.blackenterprise.com/intel-and-ibm-set-the-diversity-example-for-technology-and-for-us-all/ https://www.blackenterprise.com/intel-and-ibm-set-the-diversity-example-for-technology-and-for-us-all/last_img read more

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first_img Latest From Our Partners There’s UFC Heavyweights, And Then There’s Shaq Brock Lesnar’s WWE Future After UFC Retirement Standard Ranked Rashguard Nightmare Matchup for UFC’s Biggest Stars Lights. Out. Midnight Mania! Trump Family In The ‘Chaos’ Corner? Which is More Dangerous – MMA or Football? Greatest Highlights of Anderson Silva’s Career More From Apparel Latest From MMA Warehouse Sale Gloves Top Contenders for Fight of the Year ProMax 440 BJJ GI Standard BJJ Gi MMAmania.com Apr 21, 2012; Atlanta, GA, USA; Jon Jones before fighting Rashad Evans in the main event and light heavyweight title bout during UFC 145 at Philips Arena. Mandatory Credit: Paul Abell-US PRESSWIRE Bizzy Was Sneaking Needles Into The Toilet For GSP Fight Accessories Gordon Ryan Competition Kit Add Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Light Heavyweight champion Jon Jones to the growing list of mixed martial artists (MMA), speaking out against Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT).The 25-year old, who became the youngest UFC champion ever when he defeated Mauricio Rua in 2011, joins Tito Ortiz, Randy Couture and Michael Bisping amongst the few fighters who have openly spoken out against the controversial, but legal, treatment that, according to them, provides unfair advantages for the fighters who choose to dabble in it.Obviously in his prime, “Bones’ believes a fighter should fight with the abilities and skill level one possesses at a certain age and TRT is just a form of providing a sort of rejuvenation to elder fighters who wish to perform the way they did when they were young.According to Jones, he will only fight until his brain is intact and his body holds up and will continue to try and break as many records as possible while he is still young and able.He said as much in today’s (Aug. 21, 2012) UFC 151 media conference call: Good Night Tee Lockdown duffle bag Timeline of Israel Adesanya’s Rapid Rise to UFC Contender Amanda Nunes’ Biggest Threat? Fight Motion! Watch Holloway, Cyborg Do Work Via Ghost Cam “Basically, I believe that if you’re healthy enough to play a sport you shouldn’t take any components, enhancement drugs or testosterone. Fighters make a lot of money in their 20s and 30s. When they get in their 40s, unfortunately you’re in your 40s. You should fight the way you fight in your 40’s. I don’t think you should be able to take a drug that pretty much gives you the strength of a 30-year-old again. That’s like me saying, ‘I’m not as fast-twitch as I was when I was 20 so let me take something to be 20 again.’ Things like TRT and steroids should be for the sick. I want to blow through records, do it at a young age while I’m still in my prime and my brain is intact, then get out of there and explore different avenues at a young age.”Ironically enough, his opponent at UFC 151 on Sept. 1, 2012, 41-year old Dan Henderson, has undergone TRT since 2007, compiling an 8-3 record ever since. Riding a four-fight win streak with wins over Fedor Emelianenko and Rua, “Hendo’s” title fight against Jones in “Sin City” could possibly be his last chance at capturing UFC gold.For now, TRT is the furthest thing from Jones’ mind because he almost half Henderson’s age. Nonetheless, he is positive he will only fight until his body allows him to compete at the highest level. However, it’s entirely possible that the young champion could possibly sing a different tune when he reaches Henderson’s current age … or even Couture’s for that matter.That’s because the love for any sport often makes it hard for the best to walk away. Look no further than Brett Favre, Roger Clemens or even the great Dan Severn, among others.Jones is still about 15 years away from even having to consider reversing his stance, but if he’s unsuccessful next weekend, he might want to reconsider a little bit sooner. King Ryan Longsleeve Shirt More:last_img read more

Julian Edelman Will Appear in the ESPN Body Issue

first_img By Jamie Ducharme· Print Julian Edelman/Screenshot via ESPNCover star Isaiah Thomas has some very good company in ESPN The Magazine’s Body Issue.Patriots wide receiver and known shirt hater Julian Edelman will also take part in the magazine’s annual clothing-free celebration of sport. He appears in a video compilation revealing (no pun intended) the 23 athletes featured in the issue, and seems to be very nonchalant about the whole thing.“My body’s my temple. That’s why I like to feed it burgers,” he deadpans, before the camera shows him posing with a patty. “One burger a day to keep the conditioning away.” (Photographic evidence suggests this is not the case.)The issue will also spotlight members of the national women’s hockey team, including Boston Pride players Brianna Decker, Meghan Duggan, and Kacey Bellamy. Former Bruin Joe Thornton is also featured.The Body Issue hits newsstands July 7. In the meantime, you can watch the full video here.Julian Edelman/Screenshot via ESPN 000 Julian Edelman Will Appear in the ESPN Body Issue His body is a temple, you know. center_img Read all about the latest gym openings, healthy events, and fitness trends in our twice weekly Wellness newsletter. Sign up for Health & Wellness newsletters. Everything you need to stay healthy and fit.* 6/26/2017, 11:03 a.m. last_img read more

On the Market A Midcentury Modern Gem in Lexington

first_img Sign up for our weekly home and property newsletter, featuring homes for sale, neighborhood happenings, and more. 9/25/2017, 10:16 a.m. Photo courtesy of William Raveis R.E. & Home Services13 Barberry Road, LincolnPrice: $1,249,000Size: 2,043 square feetBedrooms: 3Baths: 2.5It’s not every day you have the chance to buy a home in Lexington’s Five Fields development: an idealistic, design-minded community established in the 1950s.Dreamed up by the Architects Collaborative—then helmed by Bauhaus school founder Walter Gropius—Five Fields combats what Gropius called “social loneliness.” To foster a sense of community, the grouping of modernist homes is centered around a common playground, swimming pool, and frog pond. A total of eight acres is set aside as shared land for residents.The Bogden House, one of Five Field’s few custom builds, hit the market last week. The three-bedroom home was designed in 1953 by Herbert L. Bogen for his family, and displays all the hallmarks of a midcentury abode. It has boasts an open floor plan and walls of glass, effectively bringing the outdoors in. The house was updated and expanded in 2010, and now offers a spacious master suite at the end of the home’s bedroom wing.For information, contact the Janovitz-Tse Team, William Raveis R.E. & Home Services, modernmass.com.Photo courtesy of William Raveis R.E. & Home ServicesPhoto courtesy of William Raveis R.E. & Home ServicesPhoto courtesy of William Raveis R.E. & Home ServicesPhoto courtesy of William Raveis R.E. & Home ServicesPhoto courtesy of William Raveis R.E. & Home ServicesPhoto courtesy of William Raveis R.E. & Home ServicesPhoto courtesy of William Raveis R.E. & Home ServicesPhoto courtesy of William Raveis R.E. & Home ServicesPhoto courtesy of William Raveis R.E. & Home ServicesPhoto courtesy of William Raveis R.E. & Home ServicesPhoto courtesy of William Raveis R.E. & Home ServicesThe Boston Home team has curated a list of the best home design and home remodeling professionals in Boston, including architects, builders, kitchen and bath experts, lighting designers, and more. Get the help you need with FindIt/Boston’s guide to home renovation pros. By Madeline Bilis· 000center_img For Sale/Rent On the Market: A Midcentury Modern Gem in Lexington It was built in 1953 as part of the town’s Five Fields development. Print Sign up for Home & Property newsletters. Design, real estate, and pretty things for living.*last_img read more

On the Market A Cute Little AFrame in Vermont

first_img 12/6/2018, 10:01 a.m. Sign up for Home & Property newsletters. Design, real estate, and pretty things for living.* Sign up for our weekly home and property newsletter, featuring homes for sale, neighborhood happenings, and more. 1390145 By Madeline Bilis· center_img Print For Sale/Rent On the Market: A Cute Little A-Frame in Vermont The ultimate winter weekend getaway has arrived. Photo via Four Seasons Sotheby’s International Realty49 Ward Hill Road, Tunbridge, Vt.Price: $165,000Size: 850 square feetBedrooms: 2Baths: 0.75We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: Cabins are having a moment. One look at Instagram’s #cabinporn hashtag and you’ll see why: Beamed ceilings, cozy blankets, and soft-glowing twinkle lights are all artfully captured as much-needed escapes from reality. And in today’s anxiety-inducing news cycle, it makes complete sense for these rustic dwellings to seem so attractive.For those already swept up in the romance of cabins, this one for sale in Vermont could be your ultimate winter weekend getaway. Sandwiched between the Green Mountains and the White Mountains, the Tunbridge A-frame is insanely cute—and ultra-Instagrammable. Though it was built in 1964, the little house has been tastefully updated, offering two screened-in porches and a small deck. Upstairs, the bedrooms boast a giant picture window overlooking the snowy scenes outside, while below, the main living area makes room for both lounging and dining.At just 850 square feet, the cabin is fairly small, but there’s plenty of space to stash gear and snow equipment in the detached one-car garage. The property itself measures a whopping 10 acres. Translation? It’s a personal winter wonderland to luxuriate in.For information, contact Marin Haney, Four Seasons Sotheby’s International Realty, marin.haney.fourseasonssir.com.Photo via Four Seasons Sotheby’s International RealtyPhoto via Four Seasons Sotheby’s International RealtyPhoto via Four Seasons Sotheby’s International RealtyPhoto via Four Seasons Sotheby’s International RealtyPhoto via Four Seasons Sotheby’s International RealtyPhoto via Four Seasons Sotheby’s International RealtyPhoto via Four Seasons Sotheby’s International RealtyPhoto via Four Seasons Sotheby’s International RealtyPhoto via Four Seasons Sotheby’s International RealtyPhoto via Four Seasons Sotheby’s International RealtyPhoto via Four Seasons Sotheby’s International RealtyPhoto via Four Seasons Sotheby’s International RealtyThe Boston Home team has curated a list of the best home design and home remodeling professionals in Boston, including architects, builders, kitchen and bath experts, lighting designers, and more. Get the help you need with FindIt/Boston’s guide to home renovation pros.last_img read more