For video game fans, there’s one adventure series that stands above the rest: The Legend of Zelda. The Nintendo series has captured gamers hearts from the earliest consoles, challenging players with unique dungeons and quests. While fans patiently wait for the new series release, there’s a way to experience Zelda like never before.Starting up this fall, The Legend Of Zelda: Symphony Of The Goddesses – Master Quest World Tour will bring the series’ iconic music to life. It’s a truly immersive musical experience that features an orchestra performing a four-movement symphony that weaves 30 years of Zelda music together, synchronized to gameplay on an 18′ x 32′ projection screen.To get a sense of the magic, check out footage from the sold-out show at The Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles, CA.The concept was developed in partnership with Zelda franchise producer Eiji Aonuma and mythical composer and sound director Koji Kondo. Featuring music from Ocarina of Time, The Wind Waker, Twilight Princess, A Link to the Past, Link’s Awakening and more, fans of the Zelda series are going to love this unique experience.The full tour schedule can be found here; don’t miss out!
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AFTER several keen and exciting contests during the 2019 season, Regal got the better of archrivals, Mike’s Wellman, in their Trophy Stall-sponsored Champion of Champions Over-45 clash, played at the Guyana National Industrial Corporation (GNIC) ground, Thomas Lands on Sunday.Led by a brilliant all-round performance from Uniss Yusuf, who slammed a boundary-studded 60 and claimed two wickets for 12 runs, Regal won by one wicket with three overs to spare in their 20-over affair played in a festive atmosphere.Set a challenging 152 for victory, after Mike’s Wellman had reached 151 for nine in their allotted 20 overs, Regal reached the required target in 17 overs, losing nine wickets in the process.Yusuff, who blasted two fours and eight sixes in his knock, gave the innings a rollicking start along with his partner, Mahesh Chunilall (16), the two adding 53 for the first wicket.Despite suffering a middle-order slump, Regal were always up to the required run rate and with Keith Fraser shoring up the middle and lower-order with 26, which included one four and three sixes, Regal romped home eventual winners.Man-of-the-match Uniss Yusuf receives his award from GSCL president, Ian John.Earlier, Mike’s Wellman were indebted to opener, S. Ramdeen, who stroked four fours and two sixes in a top-score of 39 with supporting knocks of 38 from Rawle Reid, whose innings contained two fours and three sixes while skipper Wayne Jones hit 20 with one four and one six.Apart from man-of-the-match Yusuf, David Harper and Eric Thomas were also among the wickets with two for 19 and 26 respectively.At the presentation ceremony which followed, Georgetown Softball Cricket League (GSCL) president, Ian John, spoke about the competitive rivalry that existed between the two top teams which saw them reaching the Prime Minister Softball Cup T20 Over-45 finals in 2018 and also this year. While the battle for supremacy last year went right down to the wire, Regal made light work of their opponents in this year’s final.John expressed sincere thanks to sponsor, Ramesh Sunich of Trophy Stall, for his kind gesture in sponsoring the Champion of Champions encounter and also for his unstinted contribution to sports in general.The GSCL president also extended heartfelt thank you to Regal and all the other sponsors who were part of the softball fraternity throughout the year and looks forward to their continued association in the new year.The annual Republic Cup tournament is slated to be the next major competition in the new year while both teams are also gearing up for participation in the Orlando tournament slated for March 29, 21 and 22, 2020 in Orlando.
Image Courtesy: East Bengal Ultras TV/PAAdvertisement nNBA Finals | Brooklyn VsyatzWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E1dv2( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) rjWould you ever consider trying this?😱d0dpCan your students do this? 🌚7yi5Roller skating! Powered by Firework The year of 2020 will mark the 100th anniversary of India’s one of the most legendary clubs, East Bengal FC. What could be the best way to celebrate its century old establishment and rich history? An exhibition match with one of the most successful and influential clubs in the world- Manchester United!Advertisement Image Courtesy: East Bengal Ultras TV/PAAccording to reports from Debabrata Sarkar, an executive committee member of East Bengal, Allan Dawson, the Director of Football at Old Trafford along with a four personnel team had fixed a meeting with Aroop Biswas, the current Minister of Department of Youth Services and Sports in West Bengal today.They also surveyed the Salt Lake Stadium, one of the three grounds of the Red & Gold Brigade, and are planning to fix a match with the club as part of United’s pre season tour of Asia before the commencement of 2020-21 Premier League.Advertisement Established on 1st August 1920, East Bengal has won three National Football League (currently known as the I-League) titles, eight Federation Cups, three Indian Super Cups, and numerous other titles. They share a historical rivalry with another legendary side Mohun Bagan.However, the total cost of the match will skyrocket the expenses to a monumental 30 crore, 80% of which will be going to the EPL giants to make an appearance in Kolkata.Advertisement Advertisement
By John BurtonRED BANK – It took a little longer than initially anticipated, but it was worth the wait, said Matteo Ingrao, owner of Char Steakhouse.“I’m pleased with everything,” Ingrao said of his Broad Street establishment that opened in late February.Customers enjoy the bar in Char Steakhouse, a recently opened restaurant on Broad Street, Red Bank.What Ingrao has found especially pleasing has been the way the steakhouse’s large rear dining room looks and how the restaurant’s bar turned out. The bar, he said, was constructed in the front of the restaurant, very visible from the front doors. “I like that – the visual aspect of that,” he said.Char, 33 Broad St., was under construction for more than nine months with work taking 45 to 60 days longer than Ingrao initially anticipated.“Hurricane Sandy, don’t forget,” he mentioned as to one of the reasons for the longer construction period. Also, as anyone who has ever refurbished a building knows, “It’s like when you open up an old can. You don’t know what’s inside,” he said.At some point in the past there was a fire in the structure, causing some additional work and necessitating some redesigning as the project progressed. Work included creating rooms that didn’t previously exist in the building that was completely remodeled and expanding the bar area and installing some booths. “So people can come in, nosh and have a drink,” he said. The crowd that arrived fairly early on Char’s full night of operation in late February immediately proved that “our bar is a winner,” he said.The three-story building, located on the corner of Broad and Mechanic streets, previously was Ashes, a restaurant and cigar bar that closed in summer 2010.In February 2012 when Char owners Ingrao and his brother, Luciano, won planning board approval for their project, their architect, Jeff Cahill, said the design would could combine elements of a traditional steakhouse – warm colors, a lot of wood – with modern accents, including the two-story glass wall looking out on to Broad Street.While Cahill said last year the project was expected to cost approximately $2 million, Ingrao declined to discuss the final cost.The design of the Red Bank restaurant is different than the Char Steakhouse owned by Ingrao in Raritan in Somerset County.What is primarily the same is the menu, he saidBoth locations feature steaks. Ingrao said he loves the rib-eye cut and West Coast oysters – the restaurant features a raw bar – and a variety of seafood and chicken courses.Ingrao says he noticed, “There seems to be big lobster fans in the area.” The restaurant sold out on its first night.Good cuts of meat and expensive seafood, however, do not make a good restaurant. Ingrao, who has been in the restaurant business for more than 20 years, said what makes a good spot is “consistency of food and service.”Everyone who walks through our door, they’re our clients, spending their hard-earned money. So we want to earn their trust,” he said.Char Steakhouse is open daily at 4 p.m. for dinner.
A popular segment of the Henry Hudson Trail in Atlantic Highlands that suffered serious damage due to flooding in Super Storm Sandy in 2012 is to undergo repairs to make it more resilient in the future. The path is used by pedestrians and bikers. Photo: Joseph SapiaBy Joseph SapiaATLANTIC HIGHLANDS – The portion of the Henry Hudson Trail in Atlantic Highlands that was destroyed by 2012’s Super Storm Sandy storm surge should be fully reconstructed with a more sustainable design by the end of the year.Since the storm, the scenic 1-¼ mile walking, bicycling, and equestrian trail from Popamora Point at the Atlantic Highlands/Highlands border to Atlantic Highlands marina has remained open, but in what the park system describes as the “primitive condition” of compacted soil.The 14-foot high storm surge had eroded the toe of the bluff making passage difficult or even hazardous in some conditions. It washed away trail surfacing and decimated the wooden boardwalks, said Joseph Sardonia, supervising landscape architect for the Monmouth County Park System. “It was like toothpicks,” Sardonia said. “It was amazing.”The project is estimated to cost about $900,000 to $1 million. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) will reimburse the Park System 80 percent of the cost, and the county and borough will split the remaining 20 percent, according to the Park System.Two women walk along the Henry Hudson Trail on the Highlands-Atlantic Highlands boundary. The trail is open, but the Monmouth County Park System considers its compacted dirt state as “primitive.” Photo: Joseph SapiaThe improvements to help the trail survive occasional flooding and storm surges include: diverting runoff to Sandy Hook Bay under the trail to protect against erosion, resurfacing the trail using both pavement and stone dust and rebuilding the walkway with prefabricated concrete, Sardonia said.The Monmouth County Board of Recreation Commissioners hopes to award a contract to successful bidders in July, see work start after Labor Day and complete the project by the end of 2016.Trails will be closed to visitors during renovations, according to the Park System.Leo Cervantes, 46, who lives in Highlands and walks the affected part of the trail once or twice a week if he has time, looks forward to improving the trail.“I guess, if they do it the right way, it’ll last longer,” said Cervantes, who owns Chilangos Restaurant in Highlands.Catalina Giraldo, 30, of Highlands was walking the trail on a recent day with Cervantes and Julian Gaviria, 26, who was visiting from Colombia. Giraldo called the county project “positive.”It was Gaviria’s first time on the trail.“We woke up this morning, ‘Come on, Julian,’ because Cati and I walk it,” Cervantes said.The Henry Hudson Trail, which follows a combination of roads and unused railroad right-of-ways, travels from Sandy Hook to Freehold for about 28 miles.From Sandy Hook to Aberdeen, the trail also is known as the Bayshore Trail.The county hopes to extend the trail another 7-1/2 miles to Farmingdale. From Farmingdale, it could connect with the Edgar E. Felix Trail to Manasquan.
On the eve of the crowning of the 2012-13 Kootenay International Junior Hockey League champion the league was saddened when the news that Grand Forks netminder Robbie Dunsmuir was killed in a house fire Friday in his Ontario home.The news was released by the Border Bruins on the KIJHL website.“All of us associated with the Border Bruins were terribly saddened to learn that Robbie Dunsmuir, who was the Bruins’ goalie for most of the 2012/13 season, was a victim of an early morning house fire at his home in Ontario on Friday, March 29, along with his parents and younger brother,” the story on the website said. The story went on to say that Dunsmuir was a talented goalie, but above all a kind and generous person and an outstanding young man.“His dedication to hard work and constant improvement of himself and all around him, along with his contagious optimism, made him a great positive leader,” the story continued.“Robbie was an exemplary member of the community, donating his time to minor hockey and volunteering for numerous outreach programs. Everyone who got to know him was touched by his honesty, gentle spirit and sense of humor.Dunsmir played part of the season with Grand Forks before returning to Ontario.He intended to play Junior A hockey in his home province next season and had plans to go to university and medical school.“He will be greatly missed,” the story on the Grand Forks website said.See http://thenelsondaily.com/news/border-bruin-goalie-dies-fire-ontario-home-23996#.UVrq1Rm8JE4