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Contrary to the signs posted on the former Brick space, no In N Out Burger is moving into downtown Salem

The good news: In N Out may be coming to Salem soon.

“We have looked at and evaluated a few sites in Salem and the surrounding area, but we are still in the very early stages of development and are not yet ready to move forward with a particular location,” said Denny Warnick, Vice President of Operations at In N Out Burger. “We do believe that the Salem area is a great community and we do hope to be there in the future, but, at this time, it is far too early to comment on a specific location or any kind of timeline.”

This weekend, a sign appeared on the wooden walls surrounding what used to be the Brick:

“In N Out Burger here soon June 2018,” the sign read.

Photos and excited murmurs spread through social media like a grease fire. One problem: In N Out isn’t opening in the former Brick space.

“You know, it’s so funny, I drove past it this weekend and said, ‘Oh, In Out Burger is going downtown!'” said Sandy Salchenberg, the owner of the now closed Brick. “I called Scott (McLeod), the owner (of the building), and he said, ‘What are you talking about?’ He had no idea.”

This isn’t the first time an In N Out rumor has circulated in the Salem community. In October, a similar tip came through the Statesman Journal office and the Salem community. There was no real factual backbone to this fast food fantasy.
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Jack, I don’t like Harold Ellis. I spoke with him a few times, and I sort of got the impression that he immediately washed his hands after shaking mine. Like maybe he thought he was better than us hillbillies. He was rude, and he ususally dismissed me fairly quickly. He wasn’t nearly as cordial as David Humphreys or Rocket Wheeler or any of the other minor league coaches we’ve had in Rome.

The old ownership did a horrible job of promoting the team locally. They won two championships and there are still people in the small town of Rome Georgia, that don’t even know we have a team.

They did start out 6 15, finishing last in the WBA’s inaugural season. The biggest downfall that first season? The local tallent the Gladiators used didn’t stack up with the rest of the league.

After that season, they turned it around and won the 2 WBA championships and at least 1 SEBL summer pro am championships with only 1 or two local guys playing in spots. (Jermaine Spivey of Rome played 3 games with the Glads last season) Bottom line, they did what they had to, to win ball games. Now I think it’s a good thing that they are looking locally for players and coaches. I think it would serve some minor leagues to have a rule requiring 1 or 2 local players. Friends and family of players are a great building block for a fan base. But I could care less if the rest of the team is from Timbuktu. If they light up the board and win games, I’ll pay to see them play.

I hate that it’s that way, but winning is ultimately what gets it done on the minor league level. Shaking hands and kissing babys is great, and will probably get alot of people to come to a game. But the only way to get them to come back is to win.

Now I think I’ve been very clear on the fact that I didn’t like the ole regime, but I will not try to deminish what they did on the court.

I will give the new group a chance. I’ll go to Gladiator games this summer, and I’ll pull for them to win. I’m just not sure if their philosophy is going to cut it.

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“Let The Great World Spin” (Random House) by Collum McCann. A weighty and gorgeous novel about a cross section of 10 ordinary people in New York City in the summer of 1974, all beautifully threaded around the real life efforts of high wire master Philippe Petit, who walked between the towers of the World Trader Center that summer.

“Nocturnes: Five Stories of Music and Nightfall” (Knopf) by Kazuo Ishiguro. A beautiful collection of five short stories about tiny yet breathtaking life moments, each carrying the themes of nightfall and music.

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A number of festival producers noted they struggled to compete with the barrage of entertainment at Rogers Place, which boasted 60 odd shows, including nine alone by Garth Brooks in January. Metal dominated Commonwealth Stadium, notably with ear shattering visits from Metallica and Guns N Roses. The Edmonton Folk Music Festival, Interstellar Rodeo and Big Valley Jamboree all had impressive acts, and all three were shut down at some point by passing storms.

Below, you find an incomplete list of some of the larger name shows feel free to chastise us if we missed your favourite. And now, let discuss our personal picks!

Fish Griwkowsky: Here the question I heard a lot what was your favourite concert of 2017, Tom?

Tom Murray: Echo and the Bunnymen at the Union Hall. I know several people who were less than impressed, maybe expecting the band to replicate the sound of their records, but I loved how thrash y they were. Also, they played almost every favourite song that my 14 year old self required. How about you?

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Fish: I actually can pick. I had the most fun at Garth Brooks due to the fact he a CGI animated cartoon character. lang at the Jube doing Ingenue was by far the best singing all year, whereas the Marty Stuart show at Dinwoodie blew me away, just stunning picking and playing. Tegan and Sara, I was laughing non stop at their ridiculous back and forth banter. Probably the best time I had was chasing James Hetfield from Metallica around with a camera in the Snake Pit.

Tom: I also loved Garth Brooks, because of his insane energy and constant need to climb the spherical cage over the drummer. Also, I stand by Friends in Low Places as one of the greatest songs of the last 30 years.

Fish: Amen. I love how that song about a jerk wrecking his ex wedding, haha. OK, let get our hands bloody here what was the show you enjoyed the least? Once again, I had dozens of Tool fans tell me I didn it because I think Maynard James Keenan hiding in the shadows in combat gear the whole show under endless videos of phallic body horror anti entertaining. You?

Tom: I gave them a pretty good review, because they put on a great performance for their fans, but The Lumineers leave me cold on record and in performance. I accuse them of bombast, except I often like bombast. Just not by them. Was there a performance where you didn enjoy yourself, but had to grudgingly acknowledge how good the performance was?

Fish: I think you underlined the key difference in our approaches. I steer away from feigning objectivity in opinion boned reviews. I would say I was probably generous with Brian Wilson, whose voice was shot and scampered offstage before songs were finished, though I loved Bryan Ferry, whose voice was also shot, but charmed the hell out of us. Couldn believe how boring the Kings of Leon show was, but the very drunk crowd seemed into it. I was definitely happy the ists got cancelled due to a storm that never actually arrived at the folk fest. What are you festival standouts?

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Fish: Brittni Jessie, Bridges co singer and tambourine player, was out of this world, yeah. Brandi Carlile rocked the hill, too. Suzanne Vega was thoughtful and innovative at Interstellar. But I say BVJ out in Camrose had my favourite festival lineup the bizarre holy trinity of Colter Wall, the hilarious Tanya Tucker and Willie Nelson, who was just a golden god out in the sun between storms. How about small venue shows or lesser known acts?

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Fish: We have a real rock star in our midst in Wares Cassia Hardy, so much wicked presence. I digging Le Plaisir lots, and of course those old school metal maniacs, Striker, who did a European tour this year. John Guliak is a municipal treasure, and every time n plays, I get chills. The band as individuals was also part of the Ociciwan curated in memoriam concert by Postcommodity and Alex Waterman at Winspear, I say the most amazing thing I saw on a stage all year. Overall, it was an exceptional year for music. Agree?

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Fish: Yeah, plus Rogers Place is already a year old don you think it time to seriously start looking at building another taxpayer funded arena? We still haven quite achieved city status from the UN yet, Tom, and because of that,
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Ugg, a unit of Deckers Outdoor, is among the many women fashion brands that are trying to expand their business by crossing gender lines.

“Ten years ago, you could count fewer than 24 different women’s fashion brands that had entered the menswear market, but today it’s well over 100,” says NPD Group Chief Industry Analyst Marshal Cohen.

However, what is prompting the majority of those efforts to fail, he says, is that while the tactic worked brilliantly when the majority of men’s products were purchased by women (in 1975, he said, 75% of men’s clothes were bought by women), now that 75% of men are buying their own fashions, “makers can’t rely on the familiarity of the brand name among women to influence guys.” Instead, they have to work harder to talk directly to men and overcome the obstacles that originating in women’s products might present.

Michael Wolfe, associate publisher of GQ magazine, has seen a number of brands that advertise with his publication come from the female side, among them Liz Claiborne, which has developed Claiborne for Men. But, he says, although it can be done, “It’s not easy, since men who’ve recently emerged as shoppers with confidence on their own can be picky about a masculine reputation.”

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With less than two months left in the school year, administrators at several local schools are cracking down on the stretchy garments, telling girls to cover up the hip region or choose something different to wear.

“They are not pants,” said Emily Dunnagan, principal at Petaluma’s Kenilworth Junior High, where a storm of criticism and confusion erupted last week after the school warned girls their leggings could distract boys. The school instructed girls to wear leggings underneath other clothes that covered their hips.

Rincon Valley Middle School Principal Matt Marshall, chagrined even to have to broach the topic, instructed parents in February to make sure girls were wearing shorts or skirts over sheer or form fitting leggings.

“You could see more than you wanted to see,” Marshall said this week. “It was making some people uncomfortable, students and staff.”

Though they differ slightly depending on the campus, school dress codes generally prohibit see through clothing, sagging pants and other outfits that reveal undergarments or too much skin.

But some students seem stunned by the notion that leggings go beyond the line of decency.

“Aren’t we in America?” asked Diana Figueroa, an eighth grader at Santa Rosa Middle School, which is mulling new restrictions on leggings for next year. “We should decide whether we like it or not.”

Sonoma County schools are not the first to wrestle with what Huffington Post style editor Jessica Misener once dubbed “leggings pants pocalypse.” Schools in Minnesota, Vermont and Maryland already have waged high profile battles.

Willowside Middle School has had a no leggings rule in the dress code for several years, said Brett Page, the teacher in charge. While students still occasionally push the boundaries and are required to put on gym clothes or call home for a wardrobe change, “it’s something that’s easy for us because it’s clearly stated in our dress code,” Page said.

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Where jeans may fit like sausage casings, they at least have zippers, waistbands and, often, pockets, requiring construction and fabric weights that mask some anatomical detail.

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“I think they’re inappropriate,” she said.

But most girls want to police their own dress. In particular, they object to the idea that what they wear should be dictated by the hormonal challenges of their male classmates, as some adults suggest when they tout outfits that won’t distract the boys.

“Really, they’re making it seem like guys can’t control themselves,” said Santa Rosa seventh grader Sami Kline, 13.

“If it was up to the kids, there would be no dress code, and it would be the Wild West,” Marshall said.

High schools tend to be somewhat more permissive, he and others said, because the kids are simply at a different developmental stage.

But Santa Rosa Middle School Principal Kathy Coker said dress codes have to evolve with changing cultural trends. She expects to tweak next year’s rules to require girls who wear leggings to make sure the top area is covered by other clothing.

She might learn something from the rollout last week of new dress rules at Kenilworth in Petaluma, where the 450 girls on campus were pulled together for a talk about appropriate school clothes.

Some parents and students were so outraged they took their case to KTVU news. Critics objected especially to the message that boys with raging hormones were too easily distracted by revealing clothing, while girls who dressed more modestly were deemed to have great self respect.

They said the rules singled out girls, while boys try to get away with very tight jeans that expose their underwear.

Assistant Principal Kathy Olmsted later issued an apology for statements that “went further than they should have,” though she reinforced the message that students need to “dress as if this were a business environment and they were coming to work.”

Marshall, at Rincon Valley Middle School, said he and his staff decided it was time to act when some girls started wearing leggings that were partially sheer above the knees. Jeans with holes in the thigh already are prohibited, he said, but it makes no sense to try to evaluate each individual pair of leggings.

Dunnagan echoed his thoughts. Besides, she said, “everybody develops differently.

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(incl. Anime News Nina!, ANNtv, ANNCast, Answerman, Astro Toy, Brain Diving, Buried Treasure, Chicks On Anime, Crashing Japan, The Dub Track, The Edit List, Epic Threads, From The Gallery, Hai Fidelity, House of 1000 Manga, Ima Kore Ga Hoshiin Da, Old School, Pile of Shame, RIGHT TURN ONLY!!, Shelf Life, Sound Decision, Sub Culture, Super Plastic, Tales Of The Industry, Tankobon Tower, The Click, The Gallery, The List, The Mike Toole Show, The Set List, The Stream, The X Button, This Week in Anime, Vice Luna)I have been saying for a long time that the Japanese companies need to be more global with their anime, they should already offer the new shows with English subtitles so we can import them, and let the American companies worry about dubbing them, I know a very few amount of shows are released in R2 format with subs, and sometimes with english audio, ghost in the shell has been released on bluray in japan with both the English dub and subtitles, but why not here? and sorry 644.00USD for a 5 bluray disc set for clannad with an English subtitles track, ouch!!! lower that price a little and sell it globally, you might sell moreNo offense, but most live action films from Japan are really bad. I know there are some “gems” out of all of their films, but they just don’t stack up internationally against most other countries. I know I’ll get a response from SOMEONE about how “American movies are bad too” but let’s face it, most Japanese films are worse than most bad American movies. I know when it comes to actors someone will go “there are bad actors in Hollywood too” and my response to that is, even MOST of the bad actors in Hollywood do better than most Japanese actors.I agree with animation and manga being their choices, as most places worldwide it is either very childish, superheroes, or humor. Most of the anime and manga stories, even the ones written for children, have more character development and story development and are not tied to the superhero genre to make it sell to adults. With anime, the voice acting tends to have more time and effort put into even the small titles, where as in other countries it’s not always the case (however, American voice acting efforts have gotten better over the years and most voice over jobs are done quite well these days, only a few bad titles instead of like in the past only having a few DECENT titles).I am not personally concerned by any need for amendments to their own domestic market, if indeed there is any, rather the requirement for greater flexibility when dealing with foreign entities interested in obtaining licences. There exist a handful of countries, of which the United States is a prominent member, for whom the size of the local anime market enables the licence fees for a vast multitude of series to be afforded; said series being of varying degrees of popularity. In comparision, limited fanbases elsewhere only permit the obtaining of titles bearing “universal appeal”, often at prices significantly greater than those corresponding to the same releases in R1.Now, I admit this is a lacklustre attempt to tacitly express my own local dissatisfactions under the faux veil of universality, but I nonetheless consider the following question to be of relevance to the matter under current consideration: Does the current business model for dealing with foreign entities suffice for “Cool Japan” if considered as a phenomenon designed for commercial gain to be a concept resonant with a number of non Japanese consumers large enough to ensure sustainable profits from foreign sales considered holistically?I assume that, in virtue of the relative size and strength of the R1 market, this may be answered in the affirmative by some. It may be the case that the current model, boosted by sales in key territories such as R1, does not warrant any rethinking on how anime is exported. (Again,
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I can but apologise for the personal sentiments implicit in the foregoing considerations.)Still, it remains possible that an increase in the size of profit making fanbases may be established by i) a reduction of up front licence fees, ii) the dispelling of the fears of reverse importation and iii) the introduction of alternative means by which Japanese companies are reimbursed for foreign sales. Whether this corresponds to a plausibility, especially in the eyes of Japanese rights holders, is something of which one can only remain sceptical.