SportsThe Josh Gordon saga has come to an end with the NFL’s Cleveland Browns. How it will specifically end in the next 24 to 36 hours, and where Gordon will end up, are the biggest lingering questions as we consider the latest news and updates Sunday.Gordon will not be in uniform with the Browns Sunday vs. the Saints after the team said later Saturday night it is releasing the talented former Pro Bowl receiver plagued by substance issues the past four seasons. That's much we know. It's over in Cleveland after Gordon showed up late to the team's facility Saturday, complaining he was "not himself.""Team doctors examined him, and in addition to the tweaked hamstring, there was concern that perhaps he was struggling again with his sobriety or on the verge of relapsing, sources said," according to cleveland.com.First, let’s consider how the Browns will dispose of Gordon, the 27-year-old who has faced multiple drug violations but had practiced all week and seemed focused on … [Read more...] about Josh Gordon Update, Latest News: Cleveland Browns May Trade Troubled Receiver, But Where?
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DOGERN, BADEN-WüRTEMBERG, GERMANY, September 30, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ -- It is easy to lose track of everything that is happening at a company as big and busy as Sedus. To make this a little simpler in future, Sedus launched the new WHAT’S UP? microsite earlier this week. WHAT’S UP? is designed as a central information hub, providing easy access to all the latest Sedus-related news for the company’s clients, retail partners, and industry stakeholders. There are several bloggers reporting on new products, trade fair dates, events, and other important happenings at Sedus and the world of office furniture in four sections: News, Solutions, Health and Sustainability. Marketing director Ernst Holzapfel is optimistic that the project will add value for readers: “When we are drowning in information, WHAT’S UP? might be the lifeline we need to help us regain our focus and concentrate on what is important. Valuable content and interesting articles … [Read more...] about WHAT’S UP? The new hub for the latest news from Sedus
Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden announced today the annual selection of 25 of America’s most influential motion pictures to be inducted into the National Film Registry of the Library of Congress because of their cultural, historic and aesthetic importance to the nation’s film heritage. These films range from Stanley Kubrick’s “The Shining” and Paul Newman’s unforgettable “Hud” to the opulent musical “My Fair Lady” and the rocking sounds of “Monterey Pop.” Selection to the registry will help ensure that these films will be preserved for all time. “The National Film Registry turns 30 this year and for those three decades, we have been recognizing, celebrating and preserving this distinctive medium,” Hayden said. “These cinematic treasures must be protected because they document our history, culture, hopes and dreams.” A forbidden love affair, the ravages of alcoholism, an animated classic, … [Read more...] about Latest News: National Film Registry Turns 30
In celebration of the new school year, the Library of Congress welcomed two teachers from Connecticut and Idaho to work closely with the Library’s primary sources collections in Washington, D.C. The following teachers will help make primary sources at the Library more accessible for students and teachers everywhere. Carolyn Bennet, a music teacher at Wheeler Middle/High School in North Stonington, Connecticut, has been selected to serve as the 2018-2019 teacher-in-residence at the Library. Kellie Taylor, a K-5 engineering teacher at the Galileo Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Academy in Eagle, Idaho, has been selected to serve as the Library’s Albert Einstein Fellow. “Primary sources were not created with a particular grade level or subject matter in mind – but they can serve as powerful teaching tools across the grade spectrum and across the curriculum,” said Lee Ann Potter, director of the Educational Outreach division in … [Read more...] about Latest News: Teachers at the Library of Congress Take Innovation Back to School
The classic radio western “Gunsmoke”; Ritchie Valens’ groundbreaking 1958 sensation “La Bamba”; Sam & Dave’s 1967 hit single “Soul Man”; the revolutionary 1968 Broadway musical “Hair”; and Neil Diamond’s 1969 “Sweet Caroline,” which became a popular sports anthem, are the newest recordings inducted into the National Recording Registry of the Library of Congress. Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden today named these and 20 other recordings as aural treasures worthy of preservation because of their cultural, historic and aesthetic importance to the nation’s recorded sound heritage. “The National Recording Registry honors the music that enriches our souls, the voices that tell our stories and the sounds that mirror our lives” said Hayden. “The influence of recorded sound over its nearly 160-year history has been profound and technology has increased its reach and significance … [Read more...] about Latest News: Additions to National Recording Registry