(CBS Minnesota) — Just weeks before we flip the calendar to a new year, WWE will wrap up its 2019 pay-per-view schedule on Sunday with TLC from the Target Center in Minneapolis. While it may be the final PPV of the year, the show also marks the first time that Bray Wyatt, and not his sinister alter-ego The Fiend, will be in action since returning to TV with a revamped persona. Wyatt will be tangling with The Miz, and while he may have the Universal Championship belt with him, the title itself likely won’t be on the line. More on this later. The card also features a pair of tables, ladders and chairs matches, as the title of the show would suggest. On the SmackDown side of things, Roman Reigns will be looking to exact revenge on King Corbin after the King of the Ring winner and Dolph Ziggler smeared dog food all over him last week. Representing Raw, Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair are putting their grudge aside to team up to settle the score with the WWE Women’s Tag … [Read more...] about WWE TLC 2019 Picks: Can Bray Wyatt, Not The Fiend, Face Down The Miz?
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PHOTOS: Astros players' contract situation heading into 2019-20 offseason Tri-City ValleyCats' Jonathan Arauz (16) scores as he slides past Aberdeen Ironbirds' catcher Jean Carrillo (51) during a minor league baseball game on Sunday, Aug. 6, 2017, in Troy, N.Y. >>>A look at the contract situation for each Houston Astros player heading into the 2019-20 offseason ... less PHOTOS: Astros players' contract situation heading into 2019-20 offseason Tri-City ValleyCats' Jonathan Arauz (16) scores as he slides past Aberdeen Ironbirds' catcher Jean Carrillo (51) during a minor ... more Photo: Hans Pennink, Times Union Photo: Hans Pennink, Times Union Image 1 of / 38 Caption Close Image 1 of 38 PHOTOS: Astros players' contract situation heading into 2019-20 offseason … [Read more...] about Astros lose three players in Rule 5 draft
Photo: PRWeb Photo: PRWeb Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: PRWeb Barre dealership offers pre-owned vehicles for cold weather conditions 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Poulin Auto Sales adds vehicles with all-wheel drive for winter driving BARRE, Vt. (PRWEB) December 12, 2019 With the holidays coming up, drivers may want to find a vehicle that can take on snowy and icy roads. Poulin Auto Sales offers previously owned vehicles to help car shoppers get around, even in less than favorable driving conditions. Poulin Auto Sales has several vehicles inside its showroom to help drivers find the right car, truck or crossover for the winter. Shoppers can look online and find the Poulin Auto Sales inventory on the dealership’s website to see what kind … [Read more...] about Barre dealership offers pre-owned vehicles for cold weather conditions
LOS ANGELES COUNTY, CA —The 2019 holiday season is upon us in the San Fernando Valley and Los Angeles County with such annual festivities as holiday boutiques, Nutcracker ballets, Santa breakfasts, Christmas parades, concerts and tree-lightings, Chanukah events and more. Peruse the annual Patch holiday event guide, find events near you, and make your plans, as many activities require advance registration. And Happy Holidays, from Patch! ------------------- NOTE: Before heading out, double-check with event organizers to confirm activities still are planned and not subject to cancellations due to weather conditions or other reasons. ---------------- AGOURA HILLS: DEC. 6-7: The Holiday Boutique.With artisan vendors & Woolsey Fire exhibition. Agoura Hills Recreation and Event Center, 29900 Ladyface Ct., Agoura Hills, California 91301DEC. 7-8: The Nutcracker presented by Degas Dance Studio. "One of the BEST and most entertaining, pre-professional productions of The Nutcracker." … [Read more...] about Holiday Tree Lightings & Events 2019: Sherman Oaks & Nearby
HARTFORD, Conn. – Connecticut Lt. Gov. Susan Bysiewicz, Maj. Gen. Francis Evon, adjutant general for the Connecticut National Guard, and Department of Veterans Affairs Commissioner Thomas Saadi inducted 10 local veterans into the state's Veteran Hall of Fame at the Legislative Office Building, here, Dec. 6, 2019. The Hall of Fame was established in November 2005 to help raise awareness about the achievements and contributions Connecticut veterans have made following their service in uniform. "Even though they have already sacrificed so much through their military service, each one of these inductees continue to go above and beyond the call of duty to give back to their communities here at home," Lt. Governor Bysiewicz said in a press release. "Some have dedicated their lives to helping their fellow veterans, while others volunteered to serve on state boards and commissions, became medical volunteers, and mentored youth. By naming these men and women to the Veterans Hall of Fame, … [Read more...] about Connecticut Veterans Hall of Fame inducts class of 2019