Denver’s ‘Be On Key Psychedelic Ripple’ Bar Shut Down For Violating Coronavirus Guidelines

first_imgDenver has shut down the Be On Key Psychedelic Ripple bar for violating city coronavirus guidelines. The city cited the Grateful Dead-inspired barroom/music venue for allowing patrons to consume food and drink on the premises.Related: Opinion: Quarantine Is The Drums And Space Portion Of Your LifeNews of the bar’s closure comes less than one month after Denver closed owner Jay Bianchi‘s other Dead-inspired establishment, Sancho’s Broken Arrow, for the exact same violation.In a statement to Fox 31 Denver, Bianchi noted, “Once [my customers] got their food or drink they would want to hang out and we would tell them to go away or find some other place but they still would want to hang out.”When asked by reporter Rob Low if he had disregarded the city’s guidelines for retail food establishments because he needed the money, Bianchi explained, “That could be part of it, yeah.”Bianchi went on to tell the Problem Solvers, Fox 31 Denver‘s investigative department, that he will reopen on June 5th, though a spokesperson for the City of Denver noted that he’ll need written approval from the Denver Department of Public Health and Environment due to his history of citations.An anonymous neighbor alerted city officials to the violations with a video showing customers consuming beverages outside of the Be On Key Psychedelic Ripple bar.The 32-year-old tipster told the Problem Solvers, “I’m all for companies out there working and making money if they’re doing it the right way but if you’re not doing that, in my opinion, that’s akin to murder.”Click here to watch the local news report on the closing of Be on Key Psychedelic Ripple, provided exclusively to Fox 31 Denver.last_img read more

Gophers win four out of five in Arizona

first_imgGophers win four out of five in ArizonaMinnesota outscored its opponents 23-5 over the five-game stretch.Jack Rodgers, Daily File PhotoSophomore Amber Fiser pitches during a game against Nebraska at Jane Sage Cowles Stadium on Saturday, April 21, 2018. Erik NelsonMarch 5, 2019Jump to CommentsShare on FacebookShare on TwitterShare via EmailPrintThe Gophers opened March with four wins in five games.No. 23 Minnesota (11-6) won four out of five at the Wildcat Invitational in Tucson, Arizona this weekend. The Gophers swept their two-game series against Drake (11-9), winning 2-0 on Friday and 4-1 on Saturday. Minnesota also defeated Kent State on Friday by a score of 12-1 in six innings and beat No. 19 James Madison (7-3) 3-1 on Sunday. The Gophers’ only blemish was a 2-0 loss to No. 12 Arizona (14-5) on Saturday.Minnesota’s offense had a big fifth inning to lift the Gophers over the Dukes. After right fielder Maddie Houlihan homered to tie the game in the bottom of the fourth inning, Minnesota scored four runs in the bottom of the fifth against James Madison pitcher Megan Good. Shortstop Allie Arneson smacked a single to left field, driving in two runs. Minnesota earned two more runs on a fielding error and a walk.“We were resilient today,” said head coach Jamie Trachsel. “We weren’t perfect. We gave up a run on a couple of miscues on our end. Houlihan came up with a huge hit to answer in the bottom of that inning. When you’re facing one of the best pitchers in the country, it’s going to take one or two at-bats to get things started. That was one of our best innings of the year against one of the best pitchers in the country.”Pitcher Amber Fiser threw a complete-game shutout, striking out 12 Dukes while allowing five hits. Fiser’s record is now 7-4 this season.Gophers sweep DrakeMinnesota defeated Drake 2-0 on Friday and 4-1 on Saturday. On Friday, left fielder Natalie DenHartog led the way for the Gophers offensively. DenHartog’s home run in the sixth inning extended Minnesota’s lead to 2-0. It was DenHartog’s fourth home run of the year. Fiser pitched a complete-game one-hitter, striking out 12 Bulldogs.On Saturday, Fiser threw a season-high 13 strikeouts and pitched another complete game. Center fielder Ali Lindner’s two-run single in the second inning catalyzed the Gophers’ offense. Gophers score a dozen in victory over Kent StateDesignated player MaKenna Partain had a productive game against Kent State. Partain drove in two runs and hit her first home run of the season as the Gophers defeated the Golden Flashes 12-1 in six innings.“Hitting that first one feels good, but adding another run feels better,” Partain said. “I’m excited to start seeing the ball better.” First baseman Hope Brandner homered twice and drove in five runs. Pitcher Sydney Smith won her third game of the season. Smith threw six innings, striking out six while allowing three hits.Trachsel said Partain had a good weekend.“She’s a tough out,” Trachsel said. “There’s nothing she can’t hit. She’s a smart hitter. She can make adjustments throughout the game … and at-bat. That’s probably her most complete weekend of the year. It was good timing because we needed her.”Arizona blanks MinnesotaNo. 12 Arizona defeated Minnesota on Saturday 2-0. Wildcats shortstop Jessie Harper hit a two-run home run off of Smith in the bottom of the first inning. It was all the offense Arizona needed. Wildcats pitcher Taylor McQuillin threw a complete-game shutout, striking out 10 Gophers while allowing two hits.Minnesota will face Texas Southern (1-9) and No. 9 Texas (16-3) next weekend in Austin, Texas. The Gophers will play the Longhorns three times and will play the Tigers twice. Minnesota will play Texas Friday-Sunday and Texas Southern on Friday and Saturday. “We faced a ton of good pitchers,” Partain said. “Coming out with four out of five wins was awesome. We would like to get five, but it was great.”last_img read more

The best entertainment for your guests with Total (no) Tv solution

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first_imgAustralia: The Victoria state budget for 1998-99 has allocated A$37·5m to relocate tram tracks in Melbourne as part of the Federation Square project, and A$34·8m for improving rail safety facilities. A total of A$10m has been allocated to track renewal on the Geelong – Warrnambool route.China: The French government has stated its willingness to provide a FFr2bn loan for Shanghai’s 20·4 km light rail project costed at 10bn yuan, for which GEC Alsthom has submitted a bid. Other projects attracting French interest include the Beijing – Shanghai high speed line and an LRT project in the Pudong New Area development zone.Latvia: The government has allocated 40·6m lats for spending on infrastructure improvements and rolling stock modernisation this year. To enable rolling stock production to resume, 795000 lats have been earmarked to pay off the debts of RVR Riga.Philippines: The US Trade & Development Agency has agreed to fund a feasibility study for the Cebu Light Rail Transit Line. The project has involved consultancy Parson Corp and finance firm Jafferies & Co, both of the USA, as well as local company Lord Development.Turkey: The government has approved a DM301m loan from Germany’s Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau to fund construction of the 21 km Bursa light rail system. Groundbreaking was due to take place last month.Uzbekistan: The Asian Development Bank has agreed to lend Uzbek Railways US$99·9m to renovate the 320 km Chengeldy – Tashkent – Samarkand route.last_img read more

NFL’s final 4 has no overwhelming favorite

first_imgArizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald (11) celebrates his touchdown against the Washington Redskins during the first half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Oct. 12, 2014, in Glendale, Ariz. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin/File)The NFL has its final four, and the oddsmakers are forecasting tight games.Considering that the divisional matchups all finished with one-possession results, this weekend’s championship games should be just as close, right?Well, maybe not in one case.The 17th and possibly final installment of the Peyton Manning-Tom Brady saga appropriately takes place in a conference title game. This one is in Denver, where Brady is 2-6, including a loss this season when Manning was injured and Brock Osweiler was taking snaps.So yes, there are some raised eyebrows when the betting line is placed at New England favored by 2 1-2 points in the Mile High City.This is the third time Denver has been a home underdog since Manning came aboard in 2012. Houston won 31-25 as a 1-point favorite that year. This season, Denver took apart Green Bay 29-10 in November when the Packers were a 3-point choice.But there are also these elements to consider:_Of the four winners last weekend, New England looked the strongest._Brady’s postseason pedigree is better than Manning’s overall. He is 22-8 in the playoffs, including 4-2 in Super Bowls. Manning is 12-13, 1-2 in Super Bowls._Brady also is 10-6 overall facing Manning, but the record is 2-2 in the playoffs.Of course, the Patriots quarterback is in his 10th AFC championship game, fifth in a row, and has gone 6-3. Denver’s QB is in his fifth and is 3-1, including 2-1 against Brady. That offsets the indicators favoring New England just a bit._Health. Brady has a nagging ankle problem, but he didn’t seem affected against Kansas City, and he’s certainly closer to peak form than Manning._Broncos coach Gary Kubiak has never been in charge of a Super Bowl team. Bill Belichick has made a habit of it.No quarterback has won five Lombardi Trophies, and Brady has that in his sights, too.“It’s a big football game, and he’s played in a lot of them,” Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels said. “Doing the things that you’ve done to get yourself in this position are really important. … Even though these games have finality to them that some games in the regular season or preseason don’t have, he approaches it the same way.”It seems as if much of America dreads another trip to the big game by Belichick’s team. Time to swallow hard and …BEST BET: PATRIOTS, 24-13Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton (1) celebrates a Carolina Panthers running back Jonathan Stewart touchdown against the Seattle Seahawks during the first half of an NFL divisional playoff football game, Sunday, Jan. 17, 2016, in Charlotte, N.C. Chuck Burton APArizona (plus 3) at CarolinaBoth clubs left their fans, neutral observers and probably themselves shaking their heads last weekend.The Panthers, who had the league’s best record at 15-1, pummeled two-time defending NFC champion Seattle 31-0 in the first half. Carolina’s defense got consistent pressure on Russell Wilson and shut down the ground game. Cam Newton, Jonathan Stewart and Greg Olsen were dominant on offense.Then it all soured, the Seahawks scored the next 24 points and probably were an onside kick recovery away from forcing overtime. Newton admitted his team needs more killer instinct.Arizona displayed that trait in overtime against Green Bay, sparked by Larry Fitzgerald’s weaving 75-yard catch and run. But the Cardinals never should have needed the extra work, allowing a 60-yard completion on fourth down, then a 41-yard desperation TD pass on the final play of regulation.Each team has an outstanding defense, but the feeling here is lots of points will be had in Sunday’s late game.The majority of those points will be scored by the hosts, who have won 12 in a row at home.PANTHERS, 33-28___2015 RECORD: Against spread: Week 2-2, Season (125-124-7). Straight up: Week 4-0, Season (161-103)Best Bet: 8-10-1 against spread, 11-8 straight up.Upset special: 9-9 against spread, 6-12 straight up.___AP website: www.pro32.ap.org and www.twitter.com/AP_NFLlast_img read more

Motorbike club dubious of council’s plans

first_imgBy Rowan Forster The head of Kooweerup’s Motorcycle Club (KMC) has broken his silence on Cardinia’s proposed racetrack complex, revealing…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.last_img