Five Guys Burgers and Fries now open in Mission’s Cornerstone Commons development

first_imgFive Guys Burgers and Fries was open for business Monday morning in Mission.The last piece of the Cornerstone Commons restaurant plan fell into place over the weekend when Five Guys Burgers and Fries opened, completing the plan for four restaurants and a grocery store at the development.Five Guys opened its doors for the first time on Sunday, said district manager Deric Armstrong. The national chain started in Arlington, Va., in 1986 and now has more than 1,000 franchise restaurants around the United States.The specialty is, naturally, burgers and fries with milkshakes and a few other menu items. Customers were headed into the Mission Five Guys Monday minutes after it opened its doors on the second day. Five Guys is open every day from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.Five Guys joins Pie Five Pizza, Potbelly Sandwich Shop and PepperJax Grill as the four restaurants now open in the Cornerstone Commons. The first business to open in the development at Barkely and Johnson Drive was Natural Grocers.Cornerstone Commons occupies the site of the former Keystone auto dealership.Five Guys is next to PepperJax Grill in the Cornerstone Commons.last_img read more

Gophers fire Borton, move in new direction

first_imgGophers fire Borton, move in new directionPam Borton went 236-152 in 12 years as the coach of the women’s team.Ashley GoetzMinnesota women’s basketball coach Pam Borton has a 201-107 mark in 10 seasons as a head coach including a 6-year, 132-61 record with the Gophers. Under Bortons’s belt at the U is a Final Four appearance in 2004 three Sweet 16 seasons since her arrival in 2002. Jack SatzingerMarch 31, 2014Jump to CommentsShare on FacebookShare on TwitterShare via EmailPrintPam Borton has been fired as head coach for the Gophers women’s basketball team, the University announced Friday.“We have extremely high expectations for our women’s basketball program,” athletics director Norwood Teague said at a press conference Friday. “Our goal is to be the best women’s basketball program both in the Big Ten and at a national level.”Those high expectations pushed Borton, who hasn’t led the Gophers to the NCAA tournament since 2009, out of a job.Borton has been at Minnesota since 2002 and took the Gophers to their only Final Four appearance in program history in 2004. Her record was 236-152 in 12 seasons with the program.The University has to pay Borton $335,000 to buy out her contract.Teague met with Borton Friday to inform her of the decision.“I am grateful for my 12 seasons at the University of Minnesota,” Borton said in a release. “This is a great state and University, and I have enjoyed becoming a part of this community.”Teague will conduct a national search, from which he expects a significant amount of interest, and said he has a “pool” of coaches to choose from.“This program has succeeded in the past,” he said. “We’ve proven we can win. There are so many intangibles that make this a terrific job that raise those expectations.”Kelly Roysland, an assistant coach and one of Borton’s former players with the Gophers, has been named interim coach. Teague said he didn’t want to single out any candidates and wouldn’t say whether Roysland will be considered for head coach.Teague said he won’t rule out candidates without head coaching experience, like Roysland and possible candidate Lindsay Whalen — another of Borton’s former players. It’s unclear if Whalen, who signed a three-year contract extension with the WNBA’s Minnesota Lynx in September, would be interested in the job.Teague noted that prior experience with the Gophers could impact his decision.“It helps. That always helps whenever you’re recruiting a coach,” he said. “I like when they do have that, but it’s by no means a deal-breaker.”Teague said he hopes to finish the coaching search as soon as possible and is looking for three major traits in a good candidate: leadership, an ability to recruit locally and nationally, and communication skills. Teague said he met with current players on the team Friday afternoon to break the news.“They have relationships there, and there’s hurt when that happens,” he said.Wagner won’t waverTeague said he also called Carlie Wagner, the program’s top committed recruit, before addressing the media. ESPN ranked Wagner 54th in this year’s recruiting class.“[We] had a great conversation and will keep communicating with her, definitely,” he said. “You have to do that; you want to make them feel at ease with what’s going on.”Wagner’s mother, Jane Wagner, told the Minnesota Daily that Teague called Carlie a “top priority.” She also said Carlie is upset and loves Borton “like a second mom.”Still, all signs point to Carlie Wagner wearing a Gophers uniform in the near future. Jane Wagner said even after hearing the news, her daughter went shopping for maroon and gold apparel.“She’s a Minnesota girl, and as far as I know, that’s the way it’s going to stay,” Jane Wagner said. “I think we’re good. … She’s just sad and needs to process.”Borton was abroadA team spokesperson confirmed that Borton was recently out of the country and on the recruiting trail before being fired, suggesting she was still engaged as head coach.Borton had success with international players, bringing in Amanda Zahui B. from Sweden. She set the Big Ten and Minnesota single-season rebounding records in the Gophers’ 70-62 loss to South Dakota State in the WNIT on Thursday night.  But even with a standout at center, coupled with the Big Ten’s leading scorer in Rachel Banham, Borton couldn’t get back to the NCAA tournament.“You want to get in the NCAA tournament,” Teague said. “We look forward to finding a candidate that will build a consistent and continued successful program here.”last_img read more

RYDER CUP UPDATE: Team USA With a 3-point lead headed into final day

first_imgScore (After Day Two):Team USA: 9.5Team Europe: 6.5Day Two – A real team win. The morning spread thin and serge in the afternoon for Team USA to take the lead headed into the final day of singles matches. Patrick Reed played well, as he seems to be the blood-pumping heart of Team USA and has no problem letting out his emotions when he is fired up. More hostility from the crowds did not seem toUpdate(s) and InfoSaturday Morning (Alternate Shot) Pairings and Opponents:Bold = winnerFowler/Mickelson vs. McIlroy/Pieters (4&2)Spieth/Reed vs. Garcia/Cabrera-Bello (HALVED)Snedeker/Koepka (3&2) vs. Stenson/FitzpatrickWalker/Z. Johnson vs. Rose/Wood (1 UP)Saturday Afternoon (Four-ball) Pairings and Opponents:Bold = winnerSpieth/Reed (2&1) vs. Rose/StensonMoore/Holmes (1 UP) vs. Willet/WestwoodMickelson/Kuchar (2&1) vs. Kaymer/GarciaD. Johnson/Koepka vs. McIlroy/Pieters (3&1)Some information on the Ryder Cup for those who may not be as familiar with the event:This is the 41st Ryder Cup. There are 28 points available (at least 14.5 to win for Team USA). 1 point per match; 8 on Friday, 8 on Saturday and 12 on Sunday. The team that wins each match gets one point, and each team gets half a point when matches finish tied (all square). The defending champion, Team Europe, retains the Ryder Cup in the event of a tie when all matches have concluded.Friday, Sept. 30Four morning foursomes (alternate shot) matches starting at 8:35 AM ETFour afternoon four-ball matches starting at approximately 1:30 PM ETSaturday, Oct. 1Four morning foursomes (alternate shot) matches starting at 8:35 AM ETFour afternoon four-ball matches starting at approximately 1:30 PM ETSunday, Oct. 2Twelve singles matches starting at 12:04 PM ET Related Topics Danny Simpson is a 4 year graduate from John Carroll University in Cleveland with a BA in Communications and Theatre Arts where he specialized in broadcast and theatre production. Graduated from Aurora High School, Danny has lived in North East Ohio all his life and love Cleveland Sports. Currently enrolled at The Ohio Center for Broadcasting in the Sports emphasis program, Danny hopes to make a name for himself somewhere for some professional or collegiate sports organization.center_img Danny Simpsonlast_img read more

Benton, Haughton, Rusheon top district standings

first_imgThe Benton Lady Tigers seventh-grade team completed the first half of district play undefeated with a 37-15 victory over Cope Monday at Cope.In other seventh-grade games, Greenacres topped Rusheon 35-7 and Elm Grove defeated Haughton.Benton leads the district with a 5-0 mark. Greenacres is second at 4-1. Haughton and Rusheon are tied for the eighth-grade district lead after the first half.In Monday’s games, Haughton edged Elm Grove 38-37 in overtime, Rusheon defeated Greenacres 31-16 and Cope dropped Benton 28-12.At Cope, Emily Ward scored 20 points to lead the Lady Tigers seventh-graders to the victory. Morgan Bradford had eight points and numerous rebounds.Emily Francis led Cope with four points.Chloe Walker tossed in 13 point and Courtney Walker added five for the victorious Cope eighth-graders.Mackenzie McEntee paced Benton with eight points, and Brittney McLelland added four.At Greenacres, Traciona Russell and Ladayjah Means led the Lady Mustangs seventh-graders with eight points each. Zakiya Johnson added six.Mel Lewis and Karla Myles combined for six for Rusheon.Crishawnna Jones poured in 11 points and Destiny Thomas nine in the Rusheon eighth-grade team’s victory.Samone Thomas paced Greenacres with six points and Destinee Miller had four.At Elm Grove, Natavia Anthony scored 16 points to lead the Lady Eagles seventh-grade team to the win. Madeline Grunewald added eight.Keeana Barber hit two big 3-pointers, including the game-winner in overtime, for Haughton’s eighth-grade team. She finished with 10 points.Chamapagne Dennis led the Lady Bucs with 18.Dionisha Wilson led Elm Grove with 17 points. Tiana Harris had nine.Premier Diamond BoutiqueHong Kong’s first lab-grown diamond empirePremier Diamond Boutique|SponsoredSponsoredUndoInstant Voice TranslatorInstant Voice Translator (43 Languages) Takes Hong Kong By StormInstant Voice Translator|SponsoredSponsoredUndoPerfect-Dating.comAre You Ready to Meet Cool Guys in Tung Chung?|SponsoredSponsoredUndoStanChart by CNBC CatalystBlockchain Is Changing the Game for Trade Financing. Here’s How It’s Driving Future Global Trade.StanChart by CNBC Catalyst|SponsoredSponsoredUndoDating.comWhere do attractive singles meet in Tung Chung?|SponsoredSponsoredUndoStrategyCombatIf you own a Computer, then you have to play this Game. No Install.StrategyCombat|SponsoredSponsoredUndo Russell [email protected]omlast_img read more

Lacho Tanev: In a month or two Levski will have a…

first_imgLevski will have a general sponsor in a month or two. This was revealed by the football manager Lachezar Tanev on TV 7/8.He is a family friend with the owner of the “blues”, the two were partners in the management company “Tanev, Sirakov and Co”. “In a month or two Levski will have a new general sponsor. I will certainly say so, although it is not my job to do so. I have information.At the moment I am not surprised by the team’s losses. And CSKA fell from Tsarsko Selo last season. A person who plays football professionally and sees how the team is formed as a matter of urgency cannot expect anything for this season.Lacho Tanev: After the match with Levski, was there a beating? I guarantee you one hundred percent that this is a myth!“We totally outplayed Levski. We missed a penalty, I wasted two clean sheets.”I have to be honest about the selection. When a club lacks stability, it would be very difficult to persuade someone to come. I’ll let him down. I don’t want to sound boastful, but I don’t have the opportunities and experience with players who take 4-5000 euros a month. There are in Brazil and South America, but I do not work at this level and I can not help, “said Tanev.Lachezar Tanev: Levski owner Nasko Sirakov puts the balls on the table“It’s unrealistic to have owners and sponsors who for some reason give 20 million and the club produces much less.”“Paulinho is OK. Nigel Roberta has qualities, but I’m skeptical of him. Holmar Ejolfsson was also good. In Barcelona they give Messi 100 million gross per year, which is 10% of the club’s budget, but the problem is that you take 4-5 players who fail, and this is a cost, in Bulgarian clubs it is the same, 100-200 thousand euros are given per year for someone who is seen to be not doing well.As far as I know, Petar Hubchev does not have a Bulgarian passport. Some time ago, when you were taking another, you gave up one and it was only in German. He is a professional, but I will set an example with myself – if I played for Levski and they gave me a job, I will compromise. This is my understanding. I want to help the club and there are currently three or four that can be sold for good money. One is Bulgarian. But the real amounts are different, “Tanev said.Lachezar Tanev mediated for the attraction of Ihinio MarinThe football manager thinks that it is difficult to convince Spaniards to come to Bulgarialast_img read more

10 Things You Didn’t Know About Jose Mourinho

first_img 9. Home Fortresses – Between February 23rd 2002 and April 2nd 2011, Jose Mourinho didn’t lose a single home league match with any of his clubs. The Special One’s incredible nine year run came to an end when his Real Madrid side lost 1-0 to Sporting Gijon! 2. Quitting School On Day One – At the age of 23, after he gave up on his playing career, Mourinho’s mother enrolled her son in a business school. Jose quit after just one day to pursue other careers in football. It wasn’t a bad decision in the end! 3. PE Teacher – Next, Jose Mourinho became a PE teacher in Portugal as he continued his development. A former pupil of his said: ‘Until he arrived, no girls ever wanted to do PE, but suddenly nobody was asking for a sick note.’ 1. Arrested – click the arrow above to find out nine more fascinating facts about Mourinho – Days before the 2007 FA Cup final, Mourinho was arrested and cautioned for refusing to let police take his dog, Gullit, into quarantine. Mourinho apparently smuggled the Yorkie, which police thought had not received proper injections, out the back of his house. 10 10 Jose Mourinho is one of the most recognisable sporting figures in the world today and, because of this, much of his life story is already well known to the public.However, there are a few lesser known facts you may not have heard about Manchester United’s new manager.Did you know about his run in with the law, about his job as a teacher back in Portugal, or about how he turned down the chance to become the Newcastle boss near the beginning of his career? If not, you’re in the right place!Click the right arrow above to scroll through our list of things you didn’t know about Jose Mourinho. 10 10 10 8. Speaking Catalan – Jose Mourinho speaks six different languages, including Catalan, which he picked up while at Barcelona. Mourinho also speaks Portuguese, English, French, Spanish and Italian. 7. The Laundry Bin – In 2005, so the story goes, Jose Mourinho mischievously worked around a UEFA stadium ban by using a laundry bin! Mourinho allegedly snuck in and out of the Chelsea dressing room using the container and gave his usual team talk before a Champions League quarter-final. 10. The Newcastle Job – Mourinho opted not to become Bobby Robson’s assistant at Newcastle despite working with him between 1992-97. ‘He told me it would only be for a year, two tops, and that, at the end, I would be head coach. I didn’t take him up on his offer, knowing sooner or later, my time would come.’ 10 10 6. Influential – Jose Mourinho was named the ninth most influential man in the world on a list by AskMen, and he laughed it off by saying: ‘What position is my wife in? Eighth, at least. I’m not even in charge of my own home!’ 5. Dr Mourinho – In 2009, Mourinho received a doctorate for his accomplishments in professional football from Lisbon’s Technical University. Mind you, doctors are a touchy subject for Mourinho. 10 10 10 4. Rockstar – In 2011, Mourinho was named “Rockstar of the Year” by the Spanish edition of Rolling Stone magazine. They cited Jose’s ‘provocative attitude on the bench and at press conferences’ as one of their reasons for awarding him the title. last_img read more