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Elvis Andrus 'would love' to return to White Sox in 2023, is willing to shift to 2nd base

(670 The Score) White Sox shortstop Elvis Andrus would like to re-sign with the club for the 2023 season and is willing to shift to second base to help make that happen, he told Inside the Clubhouse on 670 The Score on Saturday morning. Andrus, 34, has only played shortstop in his MLB career. That’s also the position he has filled for the White Sox since he signed with them in August after being released by the Athletics, but Tim Anderson is Chicago’s entrenched shortstop when healthy. With that in mind, Andrus is open to the idea of shifting to second base, which has been a hole for the White Sox in recent years. “It’s big,” Andrus said when asked about his interest level in returning to the White Sox in 2023. “I feel that now being here and kind of tasting a little bit of the vision, the competition, I really get addicted. For sure, I’m going to my free agency for the first time in my career, so I’ve never been through that process.  » Read More

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Banbridge restaurant owners to 'take a break' due to cost-of-living and staffing issues

The owners of a popular Banbridge restaurant have said they are planning to serve their last meals on Sunday and will “step back” as a result of the cost-of-living crisis. riting on social media on Saturday, the owners of the Clubhouse Grill based at Banbridge Golf Club said their decision was based on putting their “family first” and referenced the well-documented issued the hospitality industry across Northern Ireland is facing around price increases and staffing issues. Chris and Marta – who operate the grill and penned the post – thanked their customers for a “very successful four years”. “This news may be a bit shocking,” they wrote. “Unfortunately, we decided to step back from the role of caterer at the Banbridge Golf Club. We are immensely grateful for the support we have received from members and regular visitors. “Our decision is mainly motivated by the fact that this time we put the family first, and as you know, our head chef is expecting a baby. “Also, the current cost of living crisis,  » Read More

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Woman's Club accepting application for community grants – Westport Journal

WESTPORT — The Westport Woman’s Club is accepting proposals for its 2022-23 community-service grants from Fairfield County nonprofit organizations.  Deadline to submit a proposal is Oct. 31.  Click here for more information and to download an application. The club annually considers grants to nonprofits in the fields of education, health- and safety-related programs and the arts. Proposals can range from funding to support a community-service project or one-time use of the Westport Woman’s Clubhouse on Imperial Avenue for an event. The 2022-23 grants will be awarded sometime next spring. For 2021-22, the club awarded grants totaling $39,000 to 29 nonprofit organizations. The typed proposals should be mailed to: Westport Woman’s Club, Attention: Community Service Grants, 44 Imperial Ave., Westport, CT 06880. For more information, contact the Westport Woman’s Club at 203-227-4240.  » Read More

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Regional Health Systems expands New Beginnings Clubhouse – NWI Times

Regional Health Systems has expanded its New Beginnings Clubhouse in Merrillville.The health care system, which provides mental health care, primary health care and addiction treatment services, will be able to serve more patients in the new clubhouse at 107 W. 79th Ave. in Westfield Commons.“The expanded and renovated building helps New Beginnings Clubhouse increase the number of people it can safely serve and was made possible by the Legacy Foundation and the Indiana Clubhouse Coalition, as well as Regional Health Systems, its fiscal agent,” said Regional Care Group CEO Bill Trowbridge.The New Beginnings Clubhouse allows people with mental illness to "work together to regain self-worth, purpose and dignity." It helps them with recovery, encouraging them to pursue opportunities in employment, education, friendship and family. A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held last week.“We are happy to support the expansion of the New Beginnings Clubhouse,” Legacy Foundation President and CEO Kelly Anoe said. “Through this grant, more members will be able to participate in meaningful programming and mental health services,  » Read More

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Users Can Now Avail A New Clone Of 'Be Real' Called 'TikTok Now' Outside The US

BeReal has really been making it big in the digital world and in case you didn’t know, TikTok has its own clone version of the trending app called ‘TikTok Now’. The app is designed to provide followers with real updates in the form of random prompts related to what you may be up to at a certain moment in time. It’s random and spontaneous and people are loving it.The launch of TikTok’s clone version is now up for grabs outside the US so you can download it if you’re interested. A new description was seen across the Google Play Store that spoke highly of the launch from TikTok. The app wants users to share the most real moments of their life with those that mean the most to them. On a daily basis, you can add images or videos at the same time as your pals. This way, you’ll know who’s active and free to see your updates. You will similarly be getting plenty of notifications as your fellow buddies.  » Read More

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James Webb Space Telescope captures Neptune's rings – BBC News – SwordsToday.ie

Jonathan Amos BBC Science Correspondent 22 September 2022 image source,NASA/ESA/CSA/STSI Image caption, Images captured by the Webb Space Telescope provide the first clear view of a distant planet in more than 30 years The recently launched James Webb Space Telescope is sending back stunning new images of Neptune. Details of Neptune captured by space telescopes using infrared instruments are the first clear views of the solar system’s most distant planet since Voyager 2 passed by Neptune in 1989. This image details planetary rings made of dust. Researchers are interested in Neptune’s different cloud structures to provide new clues about the composition of Neptune’s atmosphere. These details include planetary rings and dust lanes surrounding the giant icy planet. Beyond Neptune there are seven moons of the giant planet, the most important of which is Triton. Neptune has a total of 14 moons. It appears as a star in the James Webb Telescope image. That’s because the methane in Neptune’s atmosphere absorbs infrared wavelengths and darkens Neptune,  » Read More

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Orioles not concerned with 'what ifs' as Trey Mancini returns to Camden Yards with Astros

Each step Trey Mancini took to his locker in the Houston Astros’ clubhouse at Camden Yards on Thursday felt familiar but was oh so different.Getting off a plane at BWI Marshall Airport, then heading up Interstate 295 into Baltimore? It was a “drive that I made 1,000 times probably, for a lot of different reasons,” Mancini said hours before he faced his former team for the first time at Camden Yards. He arrived at the Orioles’ home ballpark via the Astros’ team bus, rather than driving himself and parking in the player lot. Inside the tunnel in the stadium’s lower level, he walked farther toward the third base side than he ever had, heading to the visitors’ clubhouse instead of the one he spent parts of five seasons with a designated locker in.“It’s so familiar,” Mancini said, “but you gotta remember that you’re here as a visitor now.”He was welcomed as if it was still home. As Mancini warmed up before the game, the Orioles played a minutelong tribute video on the Camden Yards scoreboard that ended with “Thank you,  » Read More

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Santa Anita's Autumn Meet To Open Friday, Sept. 30 With Comprehensive Wagering Menu

Breeders’ Cup Challenge Weekend Oct. 1 & 2 to Feature 10 Stakes ARCADIA, Calif.— Fans will be greeted with a full complement of world-class racing, a variety of promotions and a comprehensive wagering menu when Santa Anita’s 18-day Autumn Meet opens on Friday, Sept. 30.  A total of 10 stakes will be offered opening weekend, Oct. 1 & 2, with the Grade I, $300,000 Awesome Again Stakes on Oct. 1 providing the winner with a fees-paid berth in the $6 million Breeders’ Cup Classic at Keeneland on Nov. 5. A pair of wagers that combine races at Santa Anita and Golden Gate Fields will again be offered—the $1 Golden Hour Pick 4, and the $5 Golden Hour Double, which both feature a low 15 percent takeout.  These wagers will be offered throughout the meet, excepting when live racing shifts from Golden Gate to the Big Fresno Fair, which runs from Oct. 5-16. In addition to wagering on-track, fans have a variety of betting options, including 1stbet.com, which can be downloaded free of charge at the App Store.   » Read More

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Spain fines delivery app Glovo 79M euros for labor violation – Houston Chronicle

Sep. 21, 2022Updated: Sep. 21, 2022 5:49 a.m. FILE - A Glovo food delivery courier stands next to Sol square in Madrid, Spain, Saturday, Oct. 31, 2020. Spain has fined delivery company Glovo nearly 79 million euros ($78 million) for violating a 2021 law that obliged app-based food delivery platforms to make their riders full employees, Spain’s labor minister said Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2022.Manu Fernandez/AP MADRID (AP) — Spain fined delivery company Glovo nearly 79 million euros ($78 million) for violating a 2021 law that obliged app-based food delivery platforms to make their riders full employees, Spain’s labor minister said Wednesday. Labor Minister Yolanda Díaz said Glovo had continued to treat some 10,000 regular riders as self-employed workers when they should have been taken on as staff employees. “We are talking about workers who are actually not self-employed, and so the full weight of the law will fall on the company,” Díaz said. The minister confirmed the fine, originally reported by Cadena SER radio, to reporters at the Spanish Parliament.  » Read More

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Phillies outslugged by Blue Jays to open final homestand of season with 5th straight loss

PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- Toronto interim manager John Schneider walked out of the clubhouse after his team scored in all but one inning and — this was almost as big as its 10 extra-base hits — had fans inside Philadelphia's ballpark chanting "Let's go, Blue Jays!" and simply deadpanned: "Pitchers' duel."Not quite.Matt Chapman hit a three-run homer in the first inning, Jackie Bradley Jr. added a three-run shot in the ninth and the Blue Jays used 21 hits to rough up the Phillies 18-11 on Tuesday night in a matchup of teams headed in opposite directions as they play for wild-card berths.The Blue Jays are in better shape, not only as winners of five of seven games, but with a firm grip on the top wild-card spot in the American League. The Phillies, who suffered a three-game weekend sweep at Atlanta, lost their fifth straight game.Philadelphia kept a 2½-game lead (plus the tiebreaker) over the Milwaukee Brewers for the final National League wild-card spot. The Mets beat the Brewers 7-5.  » Read More

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