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  • Summer music festivals | The Current
    Valentine Lamb of God Pennywise Rob Zombie Shinedown and more Visit fortrockfestival com for more information Hangout Festival May 20 22 Gulf Shores Alabama Tickets 269 Artists include Alabama Shakes Cage the Elephant Calvin Harris Ellie Goulding Florence and the Machine Flume Grimes Haim Lenny Kravitz Miike Snow The Weeknd Walk the Moon Fetty Wap Panic At the Disco Nahko and Medicine for the People Run the Jewels and more Tickets include beach access and re entry for all three days There is also a festival kickoff party on May 19 for 50 which includes performances by Matt Kim Grouplove Lil Dicky Big Freedia Baauer People of the Sun and Samo Sound Boy Visit hangoutmusicfest com for more information Shaky Beats May 20 22 Atlanta Georgia Tickets three day tickets are 162 and one day tickets range from 77 to 93 Artists include Odesza Major Lazer Big Gigantic Nas Porter Robinson A AP Ferg Cherub Tory Lanez Mo STRFKR Clerks Mike Floss and more Tickets include a commemorative wristband access to all performances access to food vendors and band merchandise and giveaways Visit shakybeatsfestival com for more information Sunset Music Festival May 28 29 Tampa Florida Tickets 159 Artists include Hardwell The Chainsmokers 3Lau Bro Safari Borgore Lane 8 Mija Seven Lions Thomas Jack Cid Lost Kings Shaun Frank and more Tickets include access to all artists as well as a wristband which can be used to redeem advantages Visit smftampa com for more information Country 500 May 27 29 Daytona Florida Tickets three day tickets are 249 and one day tickets are 75 Artists include Jason Aldean Florida Georgia Line Luke Bryan Lee Brice Kid Rock Lady Antebellum Tyler Farr Willie Nelson Little Big Town Trace Adkins Chris Stapleton Jennifer Nettles Montgomery Gentry Colt Ford and more General admission includes access to all performances and vendors carnival rides arcade games merchandise and more Visit country500 com for more information Bonnaroo June 9 12 Manchester Tennessee Tickets 349 50 Artists include Chvrches Pearl Jam J Cole Ellie Goulding Macklemore and Ryan Lewis Death Cab for Cutie Haim Halsey Miguel The Chainsmokers Grace Potter Purity Ring Two Door Cinema Club Tyler the Creator Sam Hunt X Ambassadors St Lucia and more The festival features other activities including the music blasting art cars a light show camping grounds and more Visit bonnaroo com for more information CMA Music Festival June 9 12 Nashville Tennessee Tickets TBA Artists include Jason Aldean Kelsea Ballerini Dierks Bentley Miranda Lambert Rascal Flatts Eric Church Sam Hunt Carrie Underwood Florida Georgia Line Blake Shelton and more While some performances do require a ticket purchase to attend many performances and activities are free Visit cmaworld com for more information Carolina Country June 10 12 Myrtle Beach South Carolina Tickets 179 Artists include Keith Urban Tim McGraw Florida Georgia Line Jake Owen Cole Swindell Kane Brown Chris Lane Joe Nichols and more General admission allows access to two stages free activities and the beach Visit carolinacountrymusicfest com for more

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  • Off Shore Calendar for April 19, 2016 | The Current
    2016 Everyone needs a role model Are you even reading this Periods aren t gross period Home Arts and Entertainment Off Shore Calendar for April 19 2016 Arts and Entertainment Off Shore Calendar Off Shore Calendar for April 19 2016 By The Current April 19 2016 0 19 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter April 20 Art Classes 6 p m Grace s Café Jesse Cook 8 p m Parker Playhouse April 22 Pompano Beach Seafood Festival 5 p m Atlantic Blvd A1A Friday Night Sound Waves Joel DaSilva and the Midnight Howl 5 30 p m A1A Las Olas Blvd April 23 Food Truck Safari 4 30 p m Palm Beach Zoo Boyz II Men En Vogue 8 p m Lauderhill Performing Arts Center Pompano Beach Seafood Festival 10 a m Atlantic Blvd A1A April 24 Pompano Beach Seafood Festival 11 a m Atlantic Blvd A1A Sunday Outdoor Movies 10 p m Dada Restaurant Lounge Hollywood Culture Festival 2 p m ArtsPark at Young Circle April 27 Beyoncé 6 p m Marlins Park April 28 Tokyo Police Club 7 30 p m Culture Room April 30 Flagler Village ArtWalk 6 p m MASS District SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article Are you even reading this Next article In Our Own Words Diagnosing autism lags in some communities The Current RELATED ARTICLES MORE FROM AUTHOR Goodbye Netflix binges hello movie matinees Soundbite Album by The Sun Days Summer music festivals NO COMMENTS LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Log in to leave a comment Follow Us 588 Fans Like 453 Followers Follow 614 Followers Follow 9 Subscribers Subscribe Popular Articles of the Week I only speak Emoji Chantel Grant April 5 2016 604 0 Goodbye Netflix binges hello movie matinees Li Cohen April 19 2016 105 0 That time I auditioned

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  • Sports | The Current
    the Bench Equal pay for equal play Finding Fitness Boxing Opinions All Faceoffs On the Scene Satire Shark Speak Shark Speak for April 19 2016 Everyone needs a role model Are you even reading this Periods aren t gross period Home Sports Sports Latest Latest Featured posts Most popular 7 days popular By review score Random Athlete of the Week Sherrelle Jordan Erin Herbert April 19 2016 Out of the Sharkzone for April 19 2016 On the Bench Equal pay for equal play Finding Fitness Boxing Out of the Shark Zone for April 12 2016 On the Bench College athletes and sexual assault Trent Strafaci April 12 2016 0 Athlete of the Week Caue Munareti Rodrigues Erin Herbert April 12 2016 0 Athlete of the Week Denvyr Tyler Palmer Erin Herbert April 5 2016 0 On the Bench They re athletes not advertisements Erin Herbert April 5 2016 0 Athletes with Autism Erin Herbert April 5 2016 0 Out of the Shark Zone for April 5 2016 The Current April 5 2016 0 On the Bench Sharapova s doping disappointment Erin Herbert March 29 2016 0 Finding Fitness Hot yoga Erin Herbert March 29 2016 0 Athlete of the Week Harrison Goodrick Erin Herbert March 29 2016 0 Athlete of the Week Anabel Knoll Erin Herbert March 23 2016 0 1 2 3 58 Page 1 of 58 Follow Us 588 Fans Like 453 Followers Follow 614 Followers Follow 9 Subscribers Subscribe Popular Articles of the Week I only speak Emoji Chantel Grant April 5 2016 604 0 Goodbye Netflix binges hello movie matinees Li Cohen April 19 2016 105 0 That time I auditioned for So You Think You Can Dance The Current April 19 2016 222 0 TGIF Shopper s guide to Black Friday Roddia Paul November 17

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  • Athlete of the Week: Sherrelle Jordan | The Current
    four years Jordan then attended Southern University at Baton Rouge where she was also a member of the track and field team for one season In 2015 she ran her first season with NSU and finished third overall in the 100 meter hurdles at the Division II NCAA Championship Jordan explained her passion for track and field How did you end up at NSU I actually transferred from my first school Louisiana Southern University because both the coach who recruited me and my event coach left So one of my trainers back in Arizona knew Coach Booth s coach while she was at FAU so she connected me Then I came out for a visit and I loved it here Did you play any other sports growing up In middle school I played volleyball but I was too uncoordinated I played soccer and surprisingly it was too much running What events do you run The 100 meter hurdles the 4 100 and now Coach Cousins has me on the 4 400 team I ve also been running the 200 too to help with my speed Do you plan to continue running after college If I had the opportunity I would take it If you don t continue running what would you want to do career wise I actually plan on receiving a master s in education for school counseling I want to open my own afterschool program for at risk youth What is the hardest aspect of being a runner 5 a m practices every morning It can be very difficult It becomes a cycle you wake up go to practice and go to school You have very little time for the other things you want to do like extracurricular activities What is the most rewarding part of being on NSU s track and field team Seeing the progress and the outcomes of your own hard work It s great to see it pay off and be successful And one of my favorite things about being a Division II athlete is that we get to go to Division I schools and I get to beat people who are actually Division I They try to act like Division II schools don t have any competition and it s funny because we can end up being better than half of their teams How would you describe yourself as an athlete Fierce I am a competitor I m not going to let anyone beat me They ll have to work extra hard and they won t outwork me What has been your greatest accomplishment I m still in college It s hard especially being a student athlete but I m still here A number of my family members couldn t handle the pressure and dropped out but I just filled out my application for graduation even though it s next year And I m planning on going to graduate school and furthering my education If you could run against any professional runner who

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  • Out of the Sharkzone for April 19, 2016 | The Current
    needs a role model Are you even reading this Periods aren t gross period Home Sports Out of the Shark Zone Out of the Sharkzone for April 19 2016 Sports Out of the Shark Zone Out of the Sharkzone for April 19 2016 By The Current April 19 2016 0 25 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Curry Warriors set records Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry closed out the regular season with 402 3 pointers breaking last season s self record of 286 In a 125 104 win against the Memphis Grizzlies on April 13 Curry made 10 3 pointers finishing with 46 points Curry is the only player in NBA history to have four games with at least 10 3 pointers in a single season In addition the Warriors broke the single season record for wins with 73 finishing first in the Western Conference For more information visit espn go com Phillies rookie pitcher suspended 80 games for PEDs Major League Baseball said Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Daniel Stumpf 25 tested positive for dehydrochlormethyltestosterone a performance enhancing drug and will sit out 80 games Stumpf who had appeared in three games for the Phillies this season is the fifth player under suspension this year for violation of the league s PED policy For more information visit espn go com MMA legalized in New York first event to be at Madison Square Garden New York Gov Andrew Cuomo signed a bill on April 14 that formally legalized MMA in New York nearly 20 years after the institution of a ban on the sport UFC CEO Lorenzo Fertita confirmed that the first event UFC 205 since the 1997 ban will be on Nov 12 at Madison Square Garden A second event will occur before the end of the year but the date and venue have not been set The governor signed the bill after state assembly passed it in a sweeping 113 25 vote on March 22 For more information visit sports yahoo com Wizards dismiss coach Randy Wittman The Washington Wizards announced that the team will not renew head coach Randy Wittman s contract following a dismal 41 41 season The Wizards finished the 2015 2016 regular season 10th in the Eastern Conference missing the postseason Wittman went 178 199 since he became head coach in January 2012 For more information visit sports yahoo com SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article On the Bench Equal pay for equal play Next article Soundbite Album by The Sun Days The Current RELATED ARTICLES MORE FROM AUTHOR Athlete of the Week Sherrelle Jordan On the Bench Equal pay for equal play Finding Fitness Boxing NO COMMENTS LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Log in to leave a comment Follow Us 588 Fans Like 453 Followers Follow 614 Followers Follow 9 Subscribers Subscribe Popular Articles of the Week I only speak Emoji Chantel Grant April 5 2016 604 0 Goodbye Netflix binges hello movie matinees Li Cohen April 19 2016 106 0 That time

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  • On the Bench: Equal pay for equal play | The Current
    s pay grade The U S women s national soccer team is taking a stand against the pay inequality in professional sports According to The New York Times the team has filed a law suit against U S Soccer demanding pay and benefits similar to those that the members of the men s national soccer team receive The wage gap between males and females in professional sports is enormous Forbes reports that the highest paid male in Major League Soccer Cristiano Ronaldo earns approximately 79 million per year On the other hand Alex Morgan of the Women s National Soccer League earns roughly 1 million per year from both pay and endorsements There is absolutely no reason for the wage gap between players to be this large The women s national team is currently the best in the world earning the number one rank for the second year in a row The team has not fallen below second in the world since the creation of FIFA s ranking system in 2003 The men s national soccer team however is not nearly as accomplished as the women s team The men currently rank 29th overall and have never won a World Cup or an Olympic medal But apparently the women s team s three World Cup Championships and four Olympic gold medals haven t been enough to warrant equal pay The women are doing the exact same job as the men if not better So why should they be paid significantly less Some argue that the women s national team doesn t generate as much revenue as the men s team simply because women s sports are unpopular However according to Daily News the team drew in 26 7 million viewers during last year s World Cup the highest number of recorded U S viewers to ever watch a soccer game In order to further their case the women s national team has threatened to boycott the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro Brazil if they are not granted fair compensation according to Bleacher Report The team is the current favorite to take the gold medal and it would be devastating for U S Soccer if the women refused to participate However it honestly shouldn t have to come to this The women are doing the exact same job as the men and ultimately have the right to be compensated in the same manner Refusing to grant equal wages to the team simply because they are women is sexist and morally unjust These women should not have to make a spectacle of themselves as they fight for something they rightfully deserve equal pay They should not have to march onto the field before their games sporting banners that read Equal Play Equal Pay The U S Soccer Federation should realize that this is the 21st century and it should no longer exploit women for their labor SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article Baseball law course based on faculty s new

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  • Finding Fitness: Boxing | The Current
    on what aspect of boxing individuals wants to focus on There are classes that are offered that are primarily cardio based and then there are others more geared toward competition Goodall explained There are even some that are more combat oriented There are a number of items that participants should bring when attending a boxing class Goodall said that everyone should bring mouth pieces a good pair of shoes with high ankle support wrist wraps a good set of gloves and the willingness to both take and give a couple of punches Because everyone wants to hit but no one wants to get hit he said Goodall believes that boxing is a unique workout due to its artistic elements I think it s important for people to understand that there is an art to it he said It s not just two guys clubbing each other There s a lot of skill involved and you need to have a lot of dedication and practice Boxing is also a more mentally engaging form of exercise than other workouts It s in my opinion not as monotonous as other workouts where you re doing the exact same thing every single day Goodall explained Because going to the gym can become monotonous and boring but with boxing it s not the same thing every day And with boxing there s no opportunity to be bored you have to be 100 percent focused on what you re doing otherwise you ll take some punishment What are the benefits There a number of health benefits associated with the regular practice of boxing especially concerning cardiovascular health Obviously the cardiovascular benefits are great Goodall said The number one killer in this country is heart disease so it definitely helps with that quite a bit According to the CDC heart disease includes structural and vessel problems as well as blood clots and is responsible for one in four deaths Obesity and physical inactivity put individuals at risk for heart disease but regularly engaging in cardiovascular workouts such as boxing can help reduce the risk In addition to being a fun cardiovascular workout boxing also helps build upper body strength and coordination according to Goodall Many training routines for boxers include weight and strength training which can help build muscles in the arms and upper back What are the risks As with any combat sport there are a number of health risks that boxers face Goodall said It s a combat sport so clearly there s the risk of concussions which I have personally suffered more than a few According to the CDC a concussion is a type of traumatic brain injury They can be caused by any trauma to the head such as a bump or jolt which causes the brain to move around within the skull Approximately 90 percent of boxers will experience some form of head trauma during their career according to The American Association of Neurological Surgeons which is why it is incredibly important

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  • Opinions | The Current
    Out of the Sharkzone for April 19 2016 On the Bench Equal pay for equal play Finding Fitness Boxing Opinions All Faceoffs On the Scene Satire Shark Speak Shark Speak for April 19 2016 Everyone needs a role model Are you even reading this Periods aren t gross period Home Opinions Opinions Latest Latest Featured posts Most popular 7 days popular By review score Random Shark Speak for April 19 2016 The Current April 19 2016 Everyone needs a role model Are you even reading this Periods aren t gross period Political loyalty Voting because of your family Satire Meninisim Men need equality Chantel Grant April 12 2016 0 Guys it s just a phone Roddia Paul April 12 2016 0 Shark Speak for April 12 2016 The Current April 12 2016 0 Save animals exploit humans Erin Herbert April 5 2016 0 Feminism isn t about equality Grace Ducanis April 5 2016 0 The future is uncertain and that s OK Jenna Kopec April 5 2016 0 What s the rush to grow up Roddia Paul April 5 2016 0 Tanking happiness Roddia Paul April 5 2016 0 Shark Speak for April 5 2016 The Current April 5 2016 0 Raccoons looking for higher education Tiffany Smith April 5 2016 0 1 2 3 60 Page 1 of 60 Follow Us 588 Fans Like 453 Followers Follow 614 Followers Follow 9 Subscribers Subscribe Popular Articles of the Week I only speak Emoji Chantel Grant April 5 2016 605 0 Goodbye Netflix binges hello movie matinees Li Cohen April 19 2016 106 0 That time I auditioned for So You Think You Can Dance The Current April 19 2016 223 0 TGIF Shopper s guide to Black Friday Roddia Paul November 17 2015 1492 0 University School assistant coach found

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