Philadelphia based artist Erika Matyok will display her work at Positively 4th Street Cafe from Dec. 20 to Jan. 3.Original artwork by Erika Matyok will be displayed on the walls of Positively 4th Street Cafe (4th and Atlantic) from Dec. 20 to Jan. 3.The featured artwork is inspired by the ocean and surfing.The work will include paintings, photos, and decorative art inspired by the ocean and surfing.Matyok is based in Philadelphia. Her experience ranges from painting murals to shaping surfboards. Matyok’s portfolio is displayed on her artist site.Positively 4th Street Cafe is open from 6:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 6:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Sunday.
BOONE, Iowa – A season’s worth of bragging rights will be on the line Saturday, Sept. 10, when race of champions winners take their turn on stage at the IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals fueled by Casey’s.The winner of the 28th annual Harris Auto Racing Modified Race of Champions earns $1,000 while $500 is the top prize in the 16th annual Sunoco Race Fuels Race of Champions for Stock Cars.Both the BSB Manufacturing Race of Champions for Northern SportMods and Stephenville Starter Race of Champions for Hobby Stocks pay $300 to win. Those events will be held for the seventh time.SportMod and Hobby Stock ROC qualifying will be Tuesday, Sept. 6. Modified and Stock Car ROC qualifying is Friday, Sept. 9.Drivers eligible to qualify for their respective events include former national and Super Nationals champions and race of champions winners, 2016 track champions/point leader or the second-place driver if the leader is not in attendance.Also eligible to qualify are former Modified (from 1993), Stock Car and Hobby Stock regional champions.A dozen Modifieds start the Harris Auto Racing ROC, with $100 paid to the leader each time around. Second place pays $800, third pays $600, fourth is good for $400, fifth for $300, sixth for $200, seventh for $175 and eighth through 12th $100 each.Non-qualifiers who race each night Wednesday through Saturday also get $100. The race winner is added to the ballot for the 2017 Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational.Ten cars start the Sunoco race. The runner-up gets $400, third place pays $300, fourth pays $200, fifth pays $150 and sixth through 10th each pay $100. Lap money is $75 and non-qualifiers racing Wednesday, Thursday and Friday get $50.Distances for both SportMod and Hobby Stock ROC events are 10 laps. Runners-up earn $175, with $125 for third, $100 for fourth and $50 for fifth through 10th.
U.S. Soccer has announced the U.S. women’s national team schedule leading up to the 2019 World Cup, a 10-game series the federation has dubbed the “Countdown to the Cup.”Eight of the 10 games will take place in the United States, with the USWNT opening its 2019 campaign with matches in Europe against France on January 19 and at Spain three days later. The 10 matches will also include the SheBelieves Cup, a three-game tournament against powers Japan, England and Brazil set to take place in late February and early March. After friendlies against Australia and Brazil in early April, the U.S. will then embark on a three-match “Send-Off Series” against South Africa, a yet-to-be-determined opponent, and Mexico. From there, the USWNT will head to France as it looks to become the second team to successfully defend a Women’s World Cup tittle. “This schedule checks a lot of important boxes in our preparation for the World Cup,” head coach Jill Ellis said in a federation release. “We’ll get to experience a variety of teams in regard to their strengths and styles of play and almost all of the countries will be in their World Cup preparation as well. “We are playing tough games in Europe, which is vitally important, and also get to play quality opponents in front of our home fans at venues all across the USA. It will go fast, but these games will be a major factor in pushing us to be at our peak once we arrive in France next summer.”The U.S. will learn its fate for the World Cup on Saturday, when the Final draw will be held in Paris.Full USWNT schedule belowDateOpponentLocationTime (ET)Jan. 19FranceLe Havre, France2:30 p.m.Jan. 22SpainAlicante, Spain 2:30 p.m.Feb. 27Japan (SheBelieves Cup)Chester, Pa.7 p.m.March 2England (SheBelieves Cup)Nashville, Tenn.4:30 p.m.March 5Brazil (SheBelieves Cup)Tampa, Fla. 8 p.m.April 4AustraliaCommerce City, Colo.9 p.m.April 7BelgiumLos Angeles, Calif.9 p.m.May 12South Africa (Send-Off Series)Santa Clara, Calif.4:30 p.m.May 16TBD (Send-Off Series)St. Louis, Mo.8 p.m.May 26Mexico (Send-Off Series)Harrison, N.J.12 p.m.
FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – At a City of Fort St. John Council meeting on Tuesday, Council was presented with a final plan for the 100 Street Corridor.Back in June, the City, along with MODUS Planning and Urban Systems, held a Design Charrette exploring the different design options for the reconstruction of 100 Street.Through those sessions, the design team was able to come up with a design and plan that best suits the needs and functionality of downtown.- Advertisement -According to Lead Urban Designer for MODUS, Edward Porter, throughout the designing of 100 Street, they kept in mind the vision of “A street for everyone, in the heart of a thriving downtown.”In order to keep that vision in mind, the team decided to present Council with an optimized three-lane concept that is expected to accommodate all users of the downtown.Cross section for the optimized three-lane concept for 100 Street. Source City of Fort St. JohnAdvertisement The final plan will see downtown, along 100 Street, divided up into five precincts starting at 95 Avenue and running north until 110 Avenue. The main part of downtown will run from 96 Avenue to 105 Avenue.The 100 Street plan by precincts. Source City of Fort St. JohnCouncil endorsed the overall plan for approval to proceed for the tendering process of the construction project.Construction is expected to start in the Spring of 2020 and be complete, in stages, over the next four to five years.Advertisement
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