WOMEN’S EHF CL 17/18: Neagu leads CSM Bucharest to win opener

first_imgClick to comment ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsWith Cristina Neagu in the main role, CSM Bucharest began Women’s EHF Champions League campaign successfuly with 30:18 win over only solid RK Krim Mercator. One of the world’s best player netted eight goals on it’s comeback to Romania and domestic handball, while Isabelle Gullden added five for routine win over Slovenian champions.CMS Bucharest: Cristina Neagu 8, Isabelle Gullden 5, Nathalie Hagman 4, Bianca Bazaliu 3, Majda Mehmedovic 3, Marit Frafjord 3, Amanda Kurtovic 1, Aneta Udriștioiu 1, Gnonsiane Niombla 1, Iulia Curea 1.RK Krim Mercator: Lamprini Tsakalou 4, Polona Baric 4, Alja Koren 3, Aneta Benko 2, Maria Adler 2, Aneja Beganovic 1, Nina Zulic 1, Jelena Despotovic 1.In the second match of the group, Nykobing beat Vistal Gdinya 27:21. ShareTweetShareShareEmail Related Items: Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.last_img read more

Reeths-Puffer baseball team takes two games in a doubleheader against North Muskegon

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Netflix numbers show ‘The Irishman’ was well-viewed…but it’s no ‘Birdbox’

first_imgNetflix(LOS ANGELES) — Netflix content chief Ted Sarandos claims Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman was viewed by 26.4 million households in its first week on Netflix, according to The Hollywood Reporter. That figure, while impressive, especially for a three-hour movie, is far below the 45 million viewers who tuned in to watch Birdbox a year ago. It should also be noted that Netflix defines a view as a member account that has watched 70 percent of one episode of a series, or 70 percent of a film. Also, unlike Nielsen viewer numbers, Netflix’s audience measurements and their methods aren’t available for independent verification.  The Irishman, starring Robert De Niro, Joe Pesci and Al Pacino, also had a limited theatrical release, but Netflix hasn’t disclosed box office revenue.Copyright © 2019, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

Mudslide-devastated California towns face evacuations, brace for downpour

first_img Related iStock/Thinkstock(MONTECITO, Calif.) — Rain is pummeling the West Coast from Oregon to Southern California as the strongest storm of the season moves in over the next 24 hours.Waves of rain are expected over the next two days in California, with the heaviest hitting the southern part of the state.In Santa Barbara County, 30,000 people were told to evacuate, including residents of Montecito, who were hard-hit from the deadly mudslides in January.The heaviest rain is expected to reach Southern California on Thursday, and rainfall rates could be as high as 1 inch per hour — causing possible mudslides and rock slides.Rainfall totals in Los Angeles and Santa Barbara could reach 2 to 3 inches. The coastal range could see as much as 5 to 10 inches.Meanwhile, a winter storm warning is also in effect for the Sierra Nevada Mountain range in Northern California, which could see close to 5 feet of snow by Saturday.Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.Powered by WPeMaticolast_img read more