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Miley Cyrus Live-Debuts ‘Don’t Call Me Angel,’ Covers Led Zeppelin & Pink Floyd to Open iHeartRadio Festival – Billboard

September 21st, 2019

Miley Cyrus mixed the old and the new during her opening set at the 2019 iHeartRadio Music Festival on Saturday night (Sept. 21), performing her new song “Don’t Call Me Angel” for the first time (without her fellow angels Ariana Grande and Lana Del Rey) while also wailing rock classics by Led Zeppelin and Pink Floyd.

“My favorite faces to see in the crowd are confused dads,” Cyrus laughed of the parents in the crowd who bring their kids to her show not knowing what to expect — and definitely not anticipating any classic rock. But classic rock is what they got, starting with Led Zeppelin’s “Black Dog” as her third song of the set and then continuing with Pink Floyd’s “Comfortably Numb” a few songs later. Cyrus looked every part the rocker chick, in her two-piece leather ensemble and wild blond curls.

In addition to the ’70s surprises, Cyrus kicked off her set with Mark Ronson’s “Nothing Breaks Like a Heart,” then sprinkled in She Is Coming singles “Mother’s Daughter” and “Slide Away,” plus Bangerz hits “We Can’t Stop” and “Wrecking Ball.”

The biggest surprise was when the chiming bells of Cyrus’ new “Don’t Call Me Angel” collab started, surely making the crowd wonder if Ariana Grande or Lana Del Rey were waiting in the wings. But Cyrus went it alone, playing a track of Ari’s chorus and then only performing her first verse before transitioning to the next song. Looks like we’ll have to wait for the first proper performance of the A-list female team-up.

Day 2 of the iHeartRadio Music Festival continues Saturday night with sets from Def Leppard, Chance the Rapper, Marshmello and more. Find out how to watch the concert live here.


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Bake’s Game Takes | BC 40 OTT 7 – BC Lions

September 21st, 2019

He said he wasn’t satisfied just yet. And to Duron Carter’s credit, he lived up to that statement.

Carter’s 67-yard touchdown bomb to Shaq Johnson proved to be a major catalyst and he would later snag his second TD reception in as many weeks as the BC Lions (3-10) cruised to a 40-7 victory over the Ottawa RedBlacks on a warm Saturday night in the nation’s capital.

The second quarter trickery also provided the visiting Lions with some more offensive balance- something they said they needed to build on after last week’s win- and helped pave the way for a sweep in this home and home series.

“I think that’s a receiver’s dream, to get to throw the ball to other receivers and for real, I was super stressed about it,” said Carter after the win.

“Right before the play, I tell Shaq ‘make sure that you’re running’ so I can hit him. We executed and it’s a touchdown.”

Mike Reilly was 21 of 27 for 352 yards and touchdowns to both Carter and Bryan Burnham, while Johnson finished with a career-high 160 receiving yards- all in the first half- on just three receptions. His final one was a bomb that set them up at the six-yard line and enabled them to tack on three more points for a 20-2 lead at halftime. John White’s first quarter touchdown run got the ball rolling offensively.

“It felt good, man. It felt like it was a long time coming,” said Johnson.

“Guys have been telling me just to keep my head in there and that those plays are going to come. I was just trying to get the first 100-yard game of my career. It was good to get that out of the way.”

And how about his view of the trick play?

“That was a crazy pass. He (Duron) was telling me all week ‘make sure you run.’ Because he completed that last one to Lemar (August 15th in Winnipeg), he wanted to take it to the crib this one. We executed it perfectly.”

When looking at the bigger picture, this Lions squad could perhaps finally starting to be putting folks on notice and playing to the potential many thought they would before the season began. It’s their first two-game winning streak of the season and they are now within six points of Edmonton for a crossover playoff berth with five games to play.

“It’s all or nothing,” added Carter.

“All of our cards are now on the table. We need to win out and that’s what we’re trying to do. Everybody has their backs up against the wall and we’re just trying to throw some punches.”

On defence, it was another complete effort and overall suffocation of Jonathon Jennings and a mostly inept Ottawa attack that only managed a pair of field goals and a single off a miss. It started from the game’s opening drive when they stuffed the RedBlacks on a third and one from the Lions’ five-yard line after the home team had moved the ball with relative ease into the red zone. From that point on, it proved to be a long night for the 3-10 RedBlacks who have dropped six straight. Jennings was benched in place of William Arndt in the third quarter after completing only eight passes all game.

“It was a great job of those guys just blowing it up,” said head coach DeVone Claybrooks of that early turnover on downs.

“They really just ran it down our throat the first six, or seven plays. We had some guys out of gaps but those guys responded and that’s what you want in a team and defence is to be able to respond and make a huge play when they had to.”

Claybrooks reminded his players some of those early miscues still need to be worked on.

“We still didn’t play the perfect game and that’s what we’re going to strive for,” Claybrooks said.

“As long as we continue to strive to play the perfect game, we’re not going to kill ourselves and we know we have a tough opponent in Montreal coming in who was able to squeak the win out. They’re going to come in with piss and vinegar so we’ve got to come in and match that intensity.”

For now, all they can do is quickly forget about this one and continue to execute one week at a time. They will get back to work right away in preparation for next Saturday’s home clash with the Montreal Alouettes.

“Win the week,” reminded Claybrooks.

“As cliche as it sounds, we can only control the opponent that we have. We don’t want to look ahead and we can’t look behind. We’ve got to put this to bed.”

They can for sure fly home knowing they played like the team they can be.

“That’s definitely what it feels like,” said Reilly.

“I feel like our defence had another stellar performance, as did our offensive line. I think offensively, this is kind of the expectation that all of us and I’m sure our fan base had as well, going into the season.”

Time will tell if they can reap the rewards.

Key Numbers

564- a season-high in total offence for the Lions in what was their most complete effort to date.

1,078- Burnham’s total receiving yards for 2019. He is the first since Geroy Simon to surpass 1,000 yards in Lion colours in four straight seasons.

100- career sack total for Odell Willis as he finally hit the century mark late in the fourth quarter. It was his first QB takedown since July 7th in Toronto.

4- turnovers committed by the Lions defence: interceptions by Crezdon Butler and TJ Lee, along with a pair on downs.

12- the total points managed by Ottawa in the home and home series, none coming from touchdowns.

Final Takeaways

Props to Jarious Jackson for another night of solid play calling. Aside from the Reilly, Carter, Johnson connection, there was a nice mix of runs and different personnel used in those running plays.

About Johnson: this is a receiver who has often been overshadowed in the offence playing with the likes of Burnham, Carter and in past years Emmanuel Arceneaux and a few others. It was good to see him break out.

Another week where we will praise the approach and execution by the offensive line. There were countless moments of Reilly sitting back with plenty of time in the pocket and they would capitalize on that more than once.

What else can you say about the milestones for Burnham and Willis? Two consummate pros showing up to work and getting the job done on a daily basis. Claybrooks joked he had decided to take Willis out of the game and then realized Odell was still stuck on 99. Solid coaching move.

Next Up

The Lions return home to face the Montreal Alouettes next Saturday, September 28th. It is a 7:00 PM kickoff at BC Place.

Matt Baker: mbaker@bclions.com

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Miley Cyrus and Kaitlynn Carter Split – Entertainment Tonight

September 21st, 2019

Miley Cyrus and Kaitlynn Carter Split | Entertainment Tonight

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Tilta mods Blackmagic’s Pocket Cinema Camera with a tilt screen and SSD – Engadget

September 21st, 2019

Tilta mods Blackmagic’s Pocket Cinema Camera with a tilt screen and SSD  Engadget

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Child injured after falling from window in Surrey – CBC.ca

September 21st, 2019

A four-year-old child was injured Saturday after falling three storeys from a window in Surrey, RCMP say.

The incident happened at around 3:30 p.m. PT in the 10100 block of 153 Street.

Police say the child was climbing on furniture inside the home when they slipped off and fell through a screen on the window.

The child landed in a grassy area in front of the building. 

The child was taken to hospital by ambulance and treated for a fracture. Their injuries are not considered life-threatening and the child is expected to make a full recovery. 

Surrey RCMP are reminding parents to ensure windows and screens are fully secured.

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Health advisory issued for possible bacterial meningitis on Cumberland County college campus – WTVD-TV

September 21st, 2019
FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. (WTVD) — A Cumberland County college is under a health advisory after a member of the community was hospitalized with a possible diagnosis of bacterial meningitis infection.

The Department of Public Health (DPH) was notified on Saturday of a member of the Methodist University campus was hospitalized with a possible case of bacterial meningitis infection. The university has since issued a campus-wide notification about the possible diagnosis and safety measures are being taken.

Health officials are coordinating with the university to provide preventative antibiotics to anyone who had direct close contact with the hospitalized person. The Health Department and Student Health Services are conducting an investigation to identify people who may need to receive the medication.

Meningitis is described as an inflammation of the brain and spinal cord. Symptoms may include sudden onset of fever, severe headache, rash, stiff neck, stomach pain, nausea or vomiting, according to a news release from the DPH.

The release also stated that preventive antibiotic treatment is only recommended for individuals who might have had contact with the ill person’s saliva.

Anyone with concerns or questions may call the Department of Public Health at (910) 433-3645 or (910) 433-3655.

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East Lyme church honors first EEE victim in Connecticut – WFSB

September 21st, 2019

EAST LYME, CT (WFSB) – An East Lyme church community is remembering a member who passed away from the first case of Eastern Equine Encephalitis with a vigil on Saturday.

Reverend Brian Maxwell, the Parochial Vicar of Saint Matthias of East Lyme told Channel 3 that 77-year-old Patricia Shaw, known as Pat, was the first victim of EEE in Connecticut since 2013.

Reverend Maxwell said Shaw loved nature, animals, and often came to pray at the statue of the Blessed Mother outside the church with her dog, named “Angel.”

“I was with her family yesterday and they were telling me that she was so kind towards animals and if she was walking down the road and saw something that was wounded, she’d pick it up. They rescued a bird, she wouldn’t kill a bug,” said Reverend Maxwell. 

“And so it’s almost ironic that she received this bite from a mosquito and had this very rare disease occur.”

Officials with the Department of Public Health said the first victim, later known as Shaw, became infected with the deadly virus in August. Shaw remained hospitalized until her passing earlier in the week.

Reverend Maxwell said he stayed with Shaw and her family throughout the process.

The church held a 12-hour vigil of prayer on Friday and placed her picture by the statue at which she often came to pray.

The state also confirmed a second person is now infected with the potentially deadly virus. The patient is a resident of Old Lyme and became ill during the second week of September and remains hospitalized.

Doctors say it takes 4-10 days for flu-like symptoms to arise. When the virus spreads to the brain, a third of those cases end with death. Survivors are often left with long term brain damage.

There is no cure and no vaccination for EEE.

Until the first cold snap, health officials say the best thing to do is to limit evening activities when mosquitoes are more active.

Mosquitoes carrying EEE have been found in 12 towns and continue to be found in the southeastern part of the state.

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BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle DLC characters Celica A. Mercury, Elizabeth, Tohru Adachi, Hilda, and Susanoo announced – Gematsu

September 21st, 2019

4-year-old falls from third floor window in Surrey – CityNews Vancouver

September 21st, 2019

SURREY (NEWS 1130) — A 4-year-old is in hospital after falling out of a third-storey window in Surrey Saturday afternoon.

The window had a screen, but it gave way when the child fell into it while climbing on furniture, according to police.

“The child fell through the 3rd story window, landing on grassy area in front of the residence,” say Surrey RCMP. “The injuries were non-life threatening, with a fracture being the most serious injury. The child is believed to make a full recovery.”

Police and paramedics were called to the Guildford area around 3:30 p.m.

The child was taken to hospital and police interviewed witnesses and family members.

Mounties are reminding parents of young children to double check that doors and windows are secure.

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Kinkaid backstops Canadiens to 4-0 shutout over Senators – Montreal Gazette

September 21st, 2019

Power play clicks with Montreal scoring their first three of the preseason.

OTTAWA — Goaltender Keith Kinkaid, who is pencilled in as Carey Price’s backup this season, made his first appearance in the preseason Saturday night and he was solid as he stopped 27 shots in a 4-0 shutout win over the Ottawa Senators at the Canadian Tire Centre.

Kinkaid provided quality, if not quantity. He made a couple of big saves in the first period and then battled to stay awake in the second period. Ottawa had only one shot on goal for the first 17 minutes of the period. The Senators thought they had a goal when Jean-Gabriel Pageau found the back of the net late in the period, but the score was waved off. Kinkaid was understandably distracted on the shot  because rookie Drake Batherson charged into the crease and knocked Kinkaid’s mask off.


Montreal Canadiens goalie Keith Kinkaid makes a save in front of Senators centre Colin White at the Canadian Tire Centre in Ottawa on Saturday, Sept. 21, 2019.

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Forward Nick Suzuki was the other player to watch Saturday. Suzuki was making his third preseason appearance and coach Claude Julien changed things up when he moved Suzuki to the wing on the top line with Phil Danault and Tomas Tatar after playing his first two games at centre.

Suzuki played well in the middle, but that position is crowded with Danault, Max Domi and Jesperi Kotkaniemi holding down spots on the top three lines. Julien could throw him into the mix with veterans Nate Thompson and Jordan Weal, and rookie Ryan Poehling battling for a spot in the middle on the fourth line, but his skills might be wasted in a checking role.

Suzuki had an assist and matched defenceman Jeff Petry with a game-high five shots on goal. He also made the occasional trip to the faceoff circle and won two of his four draws. Suzuki had a good chance midway through the second period when Danault took advantage of a turnover in the Senators’ zone and skated in on goal. He left a drop pass for Suzuki, who cut across the crease and tried a backhander that tested veteran goaltender Craig Anderson.

The Canadiens scored their first three power-play goals of the preseason. Petry pinched in and scored off the rebound in the second period after Danault set up Joel Armia in the slot. The important thing to note on this goal was the Canadiens established an inside presence, a marked change from last season when they struggled while trying to find shots from the perimeter.

They scored two more power-play goals in a 40-second span in the third period. Tomas Tatar made it 3-0 when he scored with Suzuki in front to screen Joey Daccord, who replaced Anderson in the third period. Danault scored the final power-play goal. Petry assisted on both of those goals for a three-point night.

Jake Evans, a second-year pro from Notre Dame, continued to show his hockey smarts. He scored from the slot after Riley Barber took advantage of Anderson’s sloppy pass behind the net and found  Evans in front. Evans has shed some weight and worked on his foot speed in the off-season. He’s a long shot to start the season in Montreal, but he should be on the short list of players available for a call-up.

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