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NIBL TOP 25 (overall and mid-major), 4 of 12 weeks complete

2023.06.03 20:37 London-Roma-1980 NIBL TOP 25 (overall and mid-major), 4 of 12 weeks complete

The media poll has carried us during the non-conference season. Now, we add the coaches' poll. We won't recap what the week has been for teams in the Overall Top 25. Instead, you'll see the two polls side-by-side, able to compare where teams rank in each one. You'll still see where they were in the previous week, mind you, so progress can be kept up with.

Rank Media Poll (W-L) [LW] Coaches' Poll (W-L)
1 UCLA (12-0) [1] UCLA (12-0)
2 Kentucky (11-1) [3] Kentucky (11-1)
3 North Carolina (10-2) [2] Duke (10-2)
4 Kansas (10-2) [5] Kansas (10-2)
5 Duke (10-2) [4] North Carolina (10-2)
6 Michigan State (9-3) [6] Indiana (10-2)
7 Michigan (9-3) [8] Michigan State (9-3)
8 Indiana (10-2) [10] Michigan (9-3)
9 Notre Dame (9-3) [9] Notre Dame (9-3)
10 Arizona (9-3) [14] Texas (9-3)
11 Southern Cal (9-3) [15] Connecticut (9-3)
12 Ohio State (9-3) [11] N.C. State (9-3)
13 Maryland (9-3) [16] Alabama (9-3)
14 Syracuse (8-4) [7] Arizona (9-3)
15 Connecticut (9-3) [12] Southern Cal (9-3)
16 Texas (9-3) [13] Houston (9-3)
17 Houston (9-3) [NR] Arkansas (9-3)
18 DePaul (8-4) [17] Ohio State (9-3)
19 Illinois (8-4) [25] Syracuse (8-4)
20 LSU (9-3) [18] Louisville (9-3)
21 Cincinnati (9-3) [NR] LSU (9-3)
22 Alabama (9-3) [21] Maryland (9-3)
23 Arkansas (9-3) [NR] Iowa (8-4)
24 N.C. State (9-3) [NR] Illinois (8-4)
25 Auburn (8-4) [NR] Cincinnati (9-3)
DROPPED OUT #19 Georgetown, #20 Minnesota, #22 Florida, #23 Iowa, #24 UNLV N/A
ALSO GETTING VOTES UNLV (8-4), Louisville (9-3), California (9-3), Georgia Tech (8-4), Georgetown (8-4), Minnesota (8-4), Iowa (8-4), Washington (8-4), Florida (8-4), Missouri (9-3), Villanova (9-3), South Carolina (8-4), Arizona State (8-4), Oklahoma (9-3), Marquette (9-3) Marquette (9-3), Villanova (9-3), California (9-3), Auburn (8-4), DePaul (8-4), Oklahoma (9-3), UNLV (8-4), Arizona State (8-4), Missouri (9-3), Boston College (8-4), West Virginia (8-4), Florida (8-4), Minnesota (8-4), Wake Forest (8-4), South Carolina (8-4), Oregon State (8-4), Stanford (8-4)

  1. UNLV (8-4) [1] (receiving votes in both Top 25s)
  2. Memphis (8-4) [2]
  3. Dayton (8-4) [8]
  4. San Francisco (6-6) [2]
  5. Wichita State (7-5) [3]
  6. Princeton (7-5) [9]
  7. Louisiana Tech (8-4) [5]
  8. Santa Clara (8-4) [12]
  9. Detroit Mercy (7-5) [6]
  10. Seattle (7-5) [15]
  11. Gonzaga (7-5) [18]
  12. Bradley (8-4) [14]
  13. La Salle (7-5) [17]
  14. Western Kentucky (7-5) [7]
  15. Fresno State (7-5) [10]
  16. UTEP (8-4) [NR]
  17. Drake (8-4) [22]
  18. Marshall (8-4) [21]
  19. Temple (7-5) [11]
  20. Rhode Island (7-5) [19]
  21. Saint Louis (7-5) [13]
  22. New Mexico (7-5) [16]
  23. Massachusetts (7-5) [24]
  24. Central Michigan (7-5) [NR]
  25. Tulsa (7-5) [NR]
DROPPED OUT: #20 Pepperdine, #23 Jacksonville, #25 Bowling Green
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2023.06.03 19:54 beckdrop I'm so tired of this. (long vent)

I just met up with this couple whose dogs I'm gonna be walking for a bit while they're out of town, to meet them and the dogs. They're neighbors with a couple I regularly pet sit for - I've known the husband practically my whole life, so they know I'm trans. But I've been out and on T for over a decade, and legally male for almost a decade. I have visible facial hair.
The whole time I was at their place, the guy I was mainly talking to (they're a gay couple [!] [they're even a gay couple !]) kept referring to me as "she", or occasionally "they" - or sometimes correcting "she" to "they". But not once "he".
Someone else is gonna be watching the dogs while they're away (I'm just gonna be coming by to walk them), so he video called her while I was there so we could "meet" each other, and he was like "this is [name], she's- or, sorry, I don't know your pronouns...?" and I was like "he." (and I know he heard me, I said it very clearly and he was looking right at me and paying attention when I said it) - and then he just kept calling me specifically, only not the one exact pronoun I myself told him. so then the lady was also referring to me as "she".
It was just so, so weird and uncomfortable and humiliating and nauseating and I just didn't know how to respond - partly because I was just really thrown off by it, partly because I'm gonna be providing them a service that they're gonna be paying me for (and I need the money) so I want to keep things friendly (and he was being nice/polite otherwise), and I also don't want to add to the narrative that "trans people are rude and pushy and demanding and will freak out at you about pronouns".
I just don't really understand why this happened. The most logical explanation to me is that the people I sit for told them I'm trans - so I texted one of them like "hey, I have kind of an awkward question, did you tell your neighbor [name] that I'm trans ?" but she said she didn't, so I'm thinking either her husband did or maybe she's lying because she realized she shouldn't have done that, or maybe they just referred to me as "she" when telling their neighbors about me (they have slipped up on my pronouns a couple times in front of me, even within the last few months, so idk, it certainly seems possible that they refer to me as "she" when I'm not around). Otherwise, I just can't imagine why that would've happened. Like, he wouldn't have been like that to someone he perceived as cis - he wouldn't have just ignored me and kept calling me "she". He would've been embarrassed and corrected himself.
I'm just so tired of this. I shouldn't be having to deal with this still, after over a decade. I'm just a guy. A man. A regular dude. I just want to live my life like any other guy. People who didn't know me before my transition have literally zero excuse. None. No "WeLL I'm jUsT oLd-FaShIoNeD, iT's HaRd FoR Me, I'm NoT uSeD tO aLL tHiS nEw PrOnOuN StUfF" because they have only ever known me as a man, as my current legal name. There's no habit that they have to break. There is zero reason for them to struggle with it at all. The only thing that really clocks me is that I'm very small - and maybe I guess my hair is somewhat "long" at the moment compared to like a "traditional" men's haircut (but not even to my shoulders or anything). But I'm not the only small man in the world, and there are plenty of men whose hair is much longer than mine.
Do I really need to just move somewhere where no one knows me ? Do I really have to go completely stealth and start over from scratch just to be able to live as myself ? Can I just never escape this otherwise, because there would always be people who "know", who would tell other people, or refer to me as "she" ? Would I still be having to deal with this another decade from now ? Two decades ? The rest of my life ? Even after finishing every procedure I want done, will I be in some locker room with a beard and my D in full view while some "pronouns are just too hard for me I'm not a bigot or anything tho I'm totally an ally" chump is like "oh have you met my friend [deadname] ? She and I go way back !" ?
Is it really SO hard to just perceive and refer to me correctly even after a DECADE-long grace period ? A decade of being patient and understanding that they ~need time to adjust~ ? How much time do you need ? It's really actually so, so easy to just perceive me as a man, to just interact with me the same as you would interact with any other man. I look like a man. I sound like a man. I smell like a man. I am just, a man. Just enter that information into your brain. Simple. Easy. Done. What is so hard about it. It's been over a decade.
What do I need to do. Do I need to buzz all my hair off ? Get leg-lengthening surgery (with what money ???) ? Pretend to care about football ? Walk around like Popeye with my elbows out and fists all clenched like I'm gonna fight someone, going "HAR HAR HAR" and spitting on the ground ? Wear a big fake Johnny Bravo-type chin ? (my chin and jaw are already really masculine though ? That's always been the case, even before T - I used to get made fun of for having a masculine chin/jaw and nose ??)
I mean I'm gonna have to move soon anyway because I'm in Florida but I was primarily considering a place where a few relatives of mine live. But idk, maybe I do actually need to go stealth and start over somewhere where no one knows me.
Sorry for the long post, I just needed to vent. It's okay if no one reads this or responds. If you did read all this, thanks for listening.
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2023.06.03 19:48 London-Roma-1980 NON-CONFERENCE FINAL MATCHDAY (12) RESULTS

Everyone's ready to get to the conference season. It's entirely possible some people were overlooking the final non-conference game. Would focus be a problem? Who would get through with the momentum? And would the games played today matter when the Selection Committee gathered? Let's find out.
#1 UCLA 87, #25 Illinois 74. It's been a long road through a lot of difficult teams, but UCLA did what they set out to do: repeat a 12-0 start.
Bill Walton had 20 points, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar was two blocks shy of a triple-double, and the Bruins (12-0) took out the Illini (9-3) to run their winning streak to 49 and finish non-conference's play undefeated for the second consecutive year.
"We look at every game as important," Bruins coach John Wooden said after the game. "We're not about to slack off, and we're not about to take our focus down at all. Illinois is just as important as Kentucky to us."
For a while, the Illini road the hot hand of Derek Harper to stay with their foes. Harper had 14 points by halftime as the teams entered the locker room deadlocked at 43. However, Reggie Miller's defense kept Harper out of the scoring column in the second half and provided the difference.
"It's a 40-minute game, and I wasn't there for 40 minutes," Harper said.
#3 Kentucky 67, #8 Michigan 58. If UCLA is the undisputed #1, could Kentucky be the undisputed #2? Voters can be weird, but we'll see.
Cliff Hagan led all scorers with 15 points as the Wildcats (11-1) ended their non-conference schedule in style with a win over the Wolverines (9-3), who had been hoping for their second Super Five scalp of the season.
"I think this shows we still have room for improvement," Michigan coach John Beilein said after the game. "We need to make some adjustments before Big Ten play, but I think we can find them and do something with them."
Kentucky's starters, other than Hagan, struggled during the game. Dan Issel was held by Chris Webber to a mere 5 points on the night. But the Blue Line -- Kentucky's "second starters" as coach Adolph Rupp calls them -- came through in the clutch, as Jamal Mashburn had 12 points to spur an 11-3 run that put Kentucky up for good.
"It's a good luxury to have 10 starters," Rupp joked.
#4 Duke 72, #15 Southern Cal 68. In the NIBL postseason, you survive and advance. Duke is getting ready for that mentality early.
Elton Brand's 16 points and 11 rebounds led the way as the Blue Devils (10-2) held off the Trojans (9-3), who finished non-conference play 0-3 against the Super Five and 9-0 against everyone else.
"What that tells me is that we can be a 2 or 3 seed, and that the Sweet Sixteen is good, but it also says we have work to do to compete for the big prize," coach Sam Barry said when asked about the unusual split. "We'll have time to work on our game, we'll face UCLA a couple times... I hope we can improve over the course of the season."
Duke, meanwhile, enters ACC play with two close wins after a loss to Michigan. Coach Mike Krzyzewski isn't worried, though. "We'll be ready," he said to reporters. "We've played tough teams, and we're a tough team."
DeMar DeRozan led the Trojans with 15 points.
#5 Kansas 77, #9 Notre Dame 65. Notre Dame had been overachieving throughout the non-conference season. It had to come to an end with a reality check.
Paul Pierce took over in the second half, getting a personal 8-0 run as part of his 24 point outburst as the Jayhawks (10-2) knocked off the Fighting Irish (9-3) to enter Big XII play with momentum.
With the score tied at 55, Pierce hit a three-point jumper to give Kansas the lead. A steal by JoJo White followed, and White fed Pierce for a dunk to extend the lead to five. After an Adrian Dantley miss, Pierce drove the lane and got the layup plus a foul on Bill Laimbeer, completing the three-point play to give Kansas a lead they wouldn't give back.
"It's like my man [Kevin Garnett] says, anything is possible. We feel we can win it all, man," Pierce said after the game. "If Wilt [Chamberlain] is having a bad day, I can step up, Joel [Embiid] can step up, JoJo [White] can step up... we got options!"
Austin Carr led the Irish with 15 points.
#16 Maryland 71, #17 DePaul 66. George Mikan was rested and ready to go. Unfortunately, so was Len Bias.
Bias scored 22 points to lead all scorers and outduel Mikan (20 points) as the Terrapins (9-3) defeated the Blue Demons (8-4) in the final non-conference game for both teams.
"Len is our spark plug," coach Gary Williams said after the game. "When he gets an open floor, he's hard to beat. We're glad to have him on our team."
Mikan, who played sparingly in the previous game against Rhode Island, was a monster underneath in the halfcourt set. He went 9-13 from the field (2-2 from the line) and added 14 rebounds and 5 blocks. However, Bias was able to get around Mikan on multiple occasions for dunks, and sixth man John Lucas II made a critical three to provide the final score.
"They're good," Mikan admitted. "We're going to take these lessons and prep for the Big East."
#14 Arizona 90, #7 Syracuse 53. When the week began, Syracuse was 8-1 and looked like they could compete with the two Super Five teams in the ACC. Now, questions abound.
Jason Terry and Richard Jefferson each had 25 points as the Wildcats (9-3) sent the Orange (8-4) to their third straight defeat, all against Top 25 competition -- and all against the Pac-12.
"We're not taking anyone lightly," coach Jim Boeheim insisted. "The Pac-12 is a powerful conference. We just had a bad week. We're going to be drilling extra hard in practice to prepare for the ACC season."
Syracuse used their usual 2-3 zone, which discourages going inside and dares three-point shooters to hit their shots. But Terry and Jefferson did that, leading a barrage (with help from Mike Bibby and Steve Kerr) of 15-27 shooting from long-range.
"We just didn't miss," Jefferson said, amused. "We were all dialed in. Heat checks were going in. Everything worked."
Louisville 72, #22 Florida 59. It looks like Florida's stay in the Top 25 won't be repeated.
Donovan Mitchell had 19 points and 6 assists as the Cardinals (9-3) upset the Gators (8-4) to make a statement about their place in the ACC pecking order... and perhaps the Top 25 itself.
"Oh, we definitely belong," Mitchell said when asked. "You look at how we started the year, you look at who we beat; we deserve the recognition that teams like Duke and [North] Carolina do. ACC ain't all about Tobacco Road."
Gators coach Billy Donovan was disappointed in his team's effort. "We're capable of playing better, especially when we get the looks we got today," he said. "You can't do that against teams like Kentucky and Tennessee and expect to get away with it."
Bradley Beal led the Gators with 14 points.
Houston 80, #23 Iowa 67. Rumors of Houston's demise appear to be exaggerated. Iowa, meanwhile, may not be as strong as they looked.
Hakeem Olajuwon went for 21 points, 14 rebounds, 4 blocks, and 4 steals as the Cougars (9-3) jumped out to a 20-point lead by halftime and held on to beat the Hawkeyes (8-4) in the final non-conference game for both teams.
"Now that's more like it," coach Guy Lewis said of Olajuwon's performance. "We're a dangerous team when we click on all cylinders, and Hakeem is a big cylinder. We look ready for Big XII play now."
"We dug ourselves too deep of a hole," Hawkeye forward Connie Hawkins said after the game. "We need to start better and we need to finish better."
California 83, #20 Minnesota 75. The Pac-12 hopes to get more than three bids this season. If it's going to happen, teams like California have to step up the way they did today.
Jason Kidd had 17 points and Shareef Abdur-Rahim had 11 with 6 blocks as the Golden Bears (9-3) took out the Golden Gophers (8-4) in a battle of "golden" teams in the Big 10-Pac 12 rivalry.
"I love how Jason plays," Bears coach Pete Newell said after the game. "But I'm really proud of the progress Shareef has made. Today he dominated the paint on defense, and that's how we were able to get the W."
With Cal up 4 and a minute to go, Abdur-Rahim blocked a Mychal Thompson layup attempt. The scramble went to Archie Clark, who found Kevin McHale underneath. However, Abdur-Rahim blocked the dunk attempt, and Kevin Johnson ran the ball out to get fouled and begin the march to the free throw line.
"Everyone had a good game, and we had a good game," Johnson said.
#24 UNLV 70, Princeton 66. In the mid-major non-conference game of the season, it was thought that Princeton's best chance was to keep UNLV from making it a full-court game. Add some three-pointers, and they could steal a win.
That's almost what happened. But talent won out in the end.
Shawn Marion led all scorers with 17 points as the Runnin' Rebels (8-4) held off the Tigers (7-5) in a game between two of the top mid-majors in the country.
"You gotta give them a ton of credit," coach Jerry Tarkanian said after the game. "Princeton is a team that doesn't lose easily. They're going to be a tough out down the line if, no, when they make the Dance."
With both teams trying to play at their more comfortable pace -- Princeton's average possession was about nine seconds longer than UNLV's -- it was play underneath that kept the Tigers alive. Bill Bradley and John Hummer each had 17 points as Sidney Green was unable to keep up defensively. But in the final seconds, Larry Johnson and Armen Gilliam denied inbound passes, forcing Brian Taylor to put up a three-pointer. It missed, and Reggie Theus' two free throws made the final score.
"So close and yet so far," Bradley told reporters.
  1. UCLA 87, 25. Illinois 74
  2. North Carolina 95, Arkansas 64
  3. Kentucky 67, 8. Michigan 58
  4. Duke 72, 15. Southern Cal 68
  5. Kansas 77, 9. Notre Dame 65
  6. Michigan State 108, Saint Louis 58
  7. Syracuse 53, 14. Arizona 90
  8. Michigan 58, 3. Kentucky 67
  9. Notre Dame 65, 5. Kansas 77
  10. Indiana 82, N.C. State 70
  11. Ohio State 72, Arizona State 58
  12. Connecticut 80, Tennessee 64
  13. Texas 75, Saint John's 74, OT
  14. Arizona 90, 7. Syracuse 53
  15. Southern Cal 68, 4. Duke 72
  16. Maryland 71, 17. DePaul 66
  17. DePaul 66, 16. Maryland 71
  18. LSU 80, West Virginia 71
  19. Georgetown 94, Tulsa 69
  20. Minnesota 75, California 83
  21. Alabama 69, Washington 68, OT
  22. Florida 59, Louisville 72
  23. Iowa 67, Houston 80
  24. UNLV 70, Princeton 66
  25. Illinois 74, 1. UCLA 87
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2023.06.03 19:06 Puzzled_Reaction_388 Academic Prestige..Hysterical😂

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2023.06.03 18:22 Sufficient_Pitch8367 222

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2023.06.03 18:20 Sufficient_Pitch8367 tgg

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2023.06.03 18:04 Intelligent_Grab6006 Dropped my 22 Wilderness and got a Legacy loaner with full screen AA, any ideas on when we'll be getting this?

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2023.06.03 17:19 Vintage198011 Speed camera location

Has anyone gotten a speeding ticket from wB Lincoln Ave @ N Railroad Ave?
Is there any milestones that you can point out to me? I just got 2 separate tickets in the mail and it's coming back from Miller Field for soccer and I cant place where I keep getting nailed.
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2023.06.03 17:18 horacegrantgoggles Oak Park 3 bed / 1 bath, washer dryer in unit + parking spot

Hello! We are doing showings this Sunday from 10am until 2pm for a recently renovated apartment in Oak Park. The address is 119 N Taylor Ave, #1. We'd love to see you!
12-month lease, $2250/month, washer and dryer in unit, 1-off street parking spot included.
Zillow listing: https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/2057508925_zpid/?view=public
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2023.06.03 17:05 Sufficient_Pitch8367 scr

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2023.06.03 16:32 oboesqueaks Just seen in Pittsburgh

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2023.06.03 16:20 borkmaster0 Shuttle Buses Detoured

Ditmars Blvd-bound N train shuttle buses are detoured.
The Astoria Blvd shuttle bus stop at 31st St/Hoyt Ave N stop will be made around the corner.
Instead, shuttle buses will stop on Hoyt Ave N just west of 31st St.
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2023.06.03 16:16 soda_11 Dropped my 22 Wilderness and got a Legacy loaner with full screen AA, any ideas on when we'll be getting this?

Dropped my 22 Wilderness and got a Legacy loaner with full screen AA, any ideas on when we'll be getting this?
Dropped my 22 wilderness for an oil change and warrenty work on a door trim. Got a new Legacy as a loaner and to my surprise it has full screen Android Auto. Any ideas of this will be coming for us soon?
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2023.06.03 15:45 tddorsey89 Academic Prestige..Hysterical😂

Academic Prestige..Hysterical😂
I just find this absolutely hilarious. I mean I laughed from a good healthy place when I first saw this. If you ever watched last chance U season 1 then you understand why.
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2023.06.03 15:35 SteelmanINC Swelling in bicep and possibly forearm

Age 27
Sex Male
Height 6 “2
Weight 390
Race Caucasian
Duration of complaint 3 weeks
Location Orlando Florida
Any existing relevant medical issues No
Current medications N/a
Include a photo if relevant
I’ve been starting to work out a lot, eating healthier, and drinking a gallon of water a day for about a month now. About 3 weeks ago I was doing bicep curls and felt a sharp pain in my arm. I immediately stopped and noticed I had a rather large bump on my bicep near the elbow. Since then I tried taking it easy for about a week and it did go down a good bit but was still noticeably swollen. Also anytime I do workout with it it swells up really big again. I went to a walk in clinic and they said it was probably a burst blood vessel but I haven’t had any bruising or signs of blood underneath the skin at all. I decided to bite the bullet and go to a family doctor and they had me get it ultrasoundEd and concluded it was just fatty tissue that might have just disconnected from the muscle. I even asked if it was worth getting an MRI and they said no. I dont feel any pain, have full range of motion, and from what I can tell normal strength but the swelling is not really getting better. Does anyone know what this is? I’m really worried I ruptured my bicep but the doctors dont seem to be that worried about it. My bicep essentially looks like a butt with a big lump near my shoulder and another near the elbow. I’ve also noticed that my forearm is a bit more swollen than the other. Am I being crazy? Does this sound like a ruptured bicep? I’ve felt zero pain except for the half second when it initially happened. Immediately after it seemed fine. Any advice would be helpful I just dont want to fuck Up my arm.
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2023.06.03 15:09 seannestor This Week in Toledo 6/3/23

This Week in Toledo 6/3/23

• On Monday, Bitwise Industries - the Fresno, California-based tech training company that has been renovating the former Jefferson Center downtown at 1300 Jefferson Ave. - furloughed its entire staff of 900 employees citing cash flow issues. A $33 million lawsuit has been filed against the company by its financial partners, who cite that they were misled and that contracts were breached.

• On Tuesday, Toledo City Council voted 9-3 to approve a $180,000 contract with Louisville-based Cities United to develop a crime-reduction plan. Council members Hobbs, Moline, and Sarantou cast dissenting votes.

• Also on Tuesday, City of Toledo Safety Director Brian Byrd announced he will be retiring on September 1. He has worked for the City since 1988.

• On Wednesday, ProMedica announced that it plans to close the Goerlich Memory Center and a skilled nursing facility in Sylvania by August 31 as part of ongoing cost-cutting measures related to its dire financial position. The Goerlich Memory Center has been open since 1994.

• On Thursday, the Toledo Area Regional Transit Authority (TARTA) launched its TARTA Summer Blast Pass, which allows young people aged 6 through 19 to make use of TARTA services at no cost through August 31. For more information, visit https://tarta.com/blast/

• Also beginning Thursday, ratepayers are likely to see a hike of up to 47% on their electric bills due to rising energy costs influenced by the ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine. For those interested in changing their energy supplier, the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO) operates a website comparing all available energy providers at http://www.energychoiceohio.gov/

• The Ohio Department of Transportation has reintroduced plans to expand I-475 between Douglas Road and US-23. Several residents are concerned as the project will involve acquiring and demolishing homes as early as 2026.

• The Ohio Controlling Board has earmarked $2,000,000 for cleanup in the Maumee River as well as $750,000 to Unison Behavioral Health Group to purchase a 16-bed residential treatment facility for those with severe and persistent mental illness.

• On Saturday (June 3) from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., the City of Toledo is sponsoring a free disposal day at the Hoffman Road Landfill (3962 Hoffman Rd.) Lucas county residents can drop off bulk solid waste at no cost during this time. For more information, visit https://toledo.oh.gov/landfill

• Also on Saturday (June 3) at 10 a.m. in the Old West End, the King Wamba Parade will kick off the 50th Annual Old West End Festival. For more information about the festival and the various events and activities taking place within it, visit http://www.toledooldwestend.com/festival

• In further Saturday (June 3) events, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. the City of Toledo will host another public meeting at St. Martin de Porres Community Center (1119 Bancroft St.) for stakeholders to plan future development at the Swayne Field Shopping Center at Monroe Street and Detroit Avenue.

• The East Toledo Family Center will host a Storybook Festival on Saturday (June 3) from 11 a.m. to 2 p.,. at Waite High School (301 Morrison Dr.). The entirely free event will include activities, raffles, a meet and greet with Spiderman, music, and prizes to promote literacy for children.

• The Multicultural Twilight Market will take place on Saturday (June 3) from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. at the Toledo Farmer's Market (525 Market St.). Shops operated by women, immigrants, and people of color will be present. There is no cost to attend.

• Next Wednesday (June 7) at 12 p.m., the Toledo-Lucas County Public Library will launch its free Summer Music Series with a performance by Kerry Patrick Clark & Robbie Clark on the north lawn of the Main Branch Library (325 N. Michigan St.). Concerts will continue every Wednesday at 12 p.m. through August 8.

• Also next Wednesday (June 7) from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m., City of Toledo District 1 Councilman John Hobbs will host a public town hall meeting at the Eleanor Kahle Senior Center (1315 Hillcrest Ave.). For more information, call 419-245-1611.

• Next Thursday (June 8) from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., the 18th annual Lunch at Levis series will kick off at Levis Square Park (St. Clair St. and Madison Ave.) in downtown Toledo with a free concert by Kyle White. Each Thursday through September 21, free music, food trucks, and activities will be present at the park.

• You can receive This Week in Toledo via e-mail by subscribing at https://toledo.substack.com/subscribe. You can also receive updates on Facebook by liking the official page at https://www.facebook.com/thisweekintoledo.

News sources: The Blade, 13ABC
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2023.06.03 15:00 AthleticsBot Game Chat: Athletics @ Marlins - 01:10 PM PDT

Athletics @ Marlins - Sat, Jun 03

Game Status: Pre-Game - First Pitch is scheduled for 01:10 PM PDT

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ALW Rank Team W L GB (E#) WC Rank WC GB (E#)
1 Texas Rangers 36 20 - (-) - - (-)
2 Houston Astros 34 23 2.5 (104) 2 +1.0 (-)
3 Seattle Mariners 29 28 7.5 (99) 6 4.0 (101)
4 Los Angeles Angels 30 29 7.5 (98) 7 4.0 (100)
5 Oakland Athletics 12 47 25.5 (80) 12 22.0 (82)
Probable Pitcher (Season Stats) Report
Athletics Luis Medina (0-4, 6.83 ERA, 27.2 IP) No report posted.
Marlins Eury Perez (2-1, 2.84 ERA, 19.0 IP) No report posted.
Athletics Lineup vs. Pérez, Eu AVG OPS AB HR RBI K
1 Ruiz, E - CF - - - - - -
2 Noda - 1B - - - - - -
3 Laureano - RF - - - - - -
4 Brown, S - DH - - - - - -
5 Bleday - LF - - - - - -
6 Peterson - 3B - - - - - -
7 Langeliers - C - - - - - -
8 Kemp - 2B - - - - - -
9 Allen, N - SS - - - - - -
10 Medina - P - - - - - -
Marlins Lineup vs. Medina AVG OPS AB HR RBI K
1 Arraez - 2B - - - - - -
2 Soler - DH - - - - - -
3 De La Cruz - LF - - - - - -
4 Sánchez, J - RF - - - - - -
5 Gurriel - 1B - - - - - -
6 Segura - 3B - - - - - -
7 Fortes - C - - - - - -
8 Wendle - SS - - - - - -
9 Davis, Jo - CF - - - - - -
10 Pérez, Eu - P - - - - - -

Division Scoreboard

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LAA @ HOU 01:10 PM PDT
Last Updated: 06/03/2023 09:46:21 AM PDT
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2023.06.03 12:13 SouthernDraw8964 Building and Using a Fascinating Vocabulary Video 5: Funny and Foreign Words

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