Preliminary schedule for the Bar’s Virtual Fall Meeting is now posted

first_img Aug 26, 2020 Regular News To continue to assure the safety of Florida Bar members and staff during the pandemic, all of the individual meetings scheduled during the Bar’s Fall Meeting of Rules and Other Select Committees will be held virtually.Originally slated for October 7-10 at the Tampa Airport Marriott, the Fall Meeting is being re-tooled so that scheduled events can be held virtually or remotely.A preliminary schedule of all of the virtual meetings is now posted on the Bar’s website. Bar members who serve on committees that were to meet October 7-10 should watch for specific information and instructions for using either Zoom or teleconferencing. Preliminary schedule for the Bar’s Virtual Fall Meeting is now postedlast_img read more

Actor Shia LaBeouf spotted in Mission Hills Tuesday filming ‘American Honey’

first_imgThe crew for “American Honey” filming an outdoor scene in Mission Hills Tuesday.A timely tip from a PVPost reader Tuesday evening alerted us to the filming-in-progress of British director Andrea Arnold’s “American Honey” in Mission Hills.The film stars Shia LaBeouf, who a reader spotted standing on the periphery of the production area just off Mission Road in a plaid shirt:According to Variety, the film tells the story of a runaway teenager who sells magazine subscriptions door to door. (We saw a cinematographer running alongside an actress carrying a handful of magazines as the crew was at work last night).Arnold’s last film was an adaptation of Wuthering Heights. LaBeouf is known for his starring role in the Transformers films and, more recently, Fury.last_img

Decade of Indian success for Oerlikon Leybold Vacuum

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Indians may lose pitching coaches Mickey Callaway and Ruben Niebla

first_img Ashley Bastock Callaway headed a rotation that was arguably the best in Major League Baseball this year, with a combined 3.30 ERA, the lowest in the league. They also set an MLB record with 1,614 total strikeouts. The team had five pitchers with 10 or more wins in Corey Kluber, Carlos Carrasco, Trevor Bauer, Mike Clevinger and Josh Tomlin.Ruben Niebla, the Indians minor league pitching coordinator, has also been approached for a big league position, according to Paul Hoynes of cleveland.com. Niebla has been with the Indians for the last 17 years.If Callaway leaves, rumors are already running rampant that recently-fired Boston Red Sox manager John Farrell could replace him. Farrell was Francona’s pitching coach when he managed the Red Sox, and the two played together in Cleveland during the 1988 season, per Hoynes. Ashley is a former basketball player who covers the Cleveland Cavaliers, Indians and high school sports for NEO Sports Insiders. She also covers the Cavs for SB Nation’s Fear The Sword. Ashley is a 2015 graduate of John Carroll University and previously worked in political journalism. You can follow her on Twitter @AshleyBastock42 Related TopicsCleveland IndiansMickey CallawayMLBRuben Niebla CLEVELAND– The Cleveland Indians may be in the hunt for some new pitching coaches for the 2018 season.As first reported by ESPN’s Buster Olney, the Phillies have asked for permission to interview the Indians’ pitching coach, Mickey Callaway, for their open manager position.last_img read more