February 23, 2020

Cardinals expect improving Murphy to contribute ri

first_img Cardinals expect improving Murphy to contribute right away Comments   Share   Silva says unless Kolb overcomes his fear of the pass rushthe Cardinals won’t get anywhere, and that unlike otherbad NFC teams, the Cardinals have already played the easypart of their schedule. Three wins from here on out would be an accomplishment. Harsh words, but the Cardinals haven’t exactly done muchto prove him wrong. There is still time, though, and maybeSunday’s win will spark the team to a second-halfturnaround. D-backs president Derrick Hall: Franchise ‘still focused on Arizona’ What an MLB source said about the D-backs’ trade haul for Greinkecenter_img However, that’s where the good stuff stops.Arizona’s defense is easy to move the ball against becauseit can’t stop the pass. Safety Kerry Rhodes, the team’sbest defensive back in coverage, fractured his left footon Oct. 9 and remains out indefinitely. No NFC team hasallowed more completions of 20-plus yards. Offensively,quarterback Kevin Kolb has been a bust. Now injured, the$65 million summer addition has more turnovers thantouchdowns and arguably the worst pocket presence infootball. Top Stories Nevada officials reach out to D-backs on potential relocation You’ll be hard pressed to find anyone who argues that theArizona Cardinals are a good football team, but at 2-6 arethey really the worst the NFC has to offer?NBCSports.com’s Evan Silva thinks so, andhe predicts the team to win just one more time thisseason.On the bright side, Silva notes, Beanie Wells has beengood for the Cardinals, picking up seven touchdowns and506 yards on 113 carries. He also says Patrick Petersonhas sparked the Cardinals’ special teams. last_img read more

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600PM A Night at the Park with RUFF Responsible

first_img6:00PM A Night at the Park with RUFF. Responsible Urbanites for Fido (RUFF) is hosting an event at the Prince Street Dog Park where a caricature artist will draw your dog on a first-come-first-serve bases and will be accepting donations. Pizza and treats will also be available. Friday, June 7 Saturday, June 8 Need to submit a post? Great, start here! 1:00PM Films: Flamingo Road at North End Library. Stop by the North End Library at 25 Parmenter Street for their Friday film series. This month the Friday films will feature Women’s Pictures: When Women Ruled the Movie Box Office. Today’s film will be Flamingo Road from 1949, see additional details here. Summer Splashing on the Greenway: 6:00PM Gala on the Greenway. Celebrate 10 years of the contemporary park in the heart of Boston at the Gala on the Greenway. The Greenway Conservancy will be hosting a memorable evening under the stars to celebrate and support the iconic public park, see additional information here. *Advertisement* Here’s what else you need to know for today… Plan your events with the Community Calendar: Today is Thursday, June 6 and if you’ve been enjoying Jen Royle’s newer family-style dining spot Table, you may be excited to learn that the Hanover Street restaurant may be getting their liquor license, read more on Boston Restaurant Talk. 6:00PM St. Anthony Spaghetti Supper at St. John School. Stop by the St. John School Hall and join fellow parishioners of St. Leonard’s to celebrate a traditional spaghetti dinner for the start of the St. Anthony Feast Celebrations, see additional details here. 6:30AM Summer Fitness Series Bootcamp. Stop by Christopher Columbus Park and join the Boston Parks and Recreation Department and Boston Public Health Commission for it’s 2019 Boston Park Summer Fitness Series offering 30 free fitness classes per week across the city, see additional details here. 6:30PM Eliot School Gala at City Winery. Stop by City Winery at 80 Beverly Street for an evening of fun and friends at the annual Eliot School Auction and Gala. The event will feature food, drinks, dancing, and both a silent and live auction, see additional details and ticket information here. NEMPAC Spring Music Recitals. NEMPAC is holding its Annual Spring Student Music Recital that will feature over 150 performing students, see additional details here. 6:00PM North End Public Safety Meeting. Join the Nazzaro Center at 30 North Bennet Street on the first Thursday of every month for the North End public safety meeting with Boston Police Area A-1. Following the ruling on Boston’s new ordinance regulating short-term rentals, Airbnb filed in Boston federal court this past Monday saying that the “judge’s decision should have gone further in blocking the ordinance”, read more on WBUR.org. 6:30PM Glow in the Park. Join the Rose Kennedy Greenway and support the Conservancy at their signature young professionals event featuring live music, performances, food, and beverages, see additional details here. 7:00PM St. Anthony’s Feast Centennial Gala Reception. Join St. Anthony’s Feast at the Marriott Long Wharf Harbor View Room for their Centennial Gala Reception. For ticket information, contact committee@stanthonysfeast.com. 11:00AM Zentangle at North End Brand Library. Join the North End Library at 25 Parmenter Street where Certified Zentangle instructor Lori Champine will guide you through a two-hour workshop where you will create beautiful images by drawing structured patterns, or “tangles”, see additional details here. Notable News: Keep up with what’s happening on the Events Calendar. Did we miss something? Add it to the comments below. Follow @northend.waterfront on Instagram and tag #northend or #bostonwaterfront to have your photo featured! 12:00PM World Ocean’s Day Celebration at Boston Harbor Pop-Up Gallery. Stop by the free Boston Harbor Pop-Up Gallery at 226 Causeway Street and celebrate World Oceans Day with interactive events, film screenings and performances by members of Mobius based on the theme of climate change and plastics in the ocean, see additional details here. Airbnb Appealing Ruling On Boston’s Short-Term Rental Rules It is our 10th Anniversary and we are celebrating a decade of community news at NorthEndWaterfront.com! Keeping this website going takes a lot of time, money and hard work. Advertising doesn’t bring in enough to pay for reporting or editorial work. But we do it because we believe community news is important – and we think you do too. If everyone who reads this site, who likes it, puts in a bit to pay for it, then our future would be much more secure. Contribute online at the links below or checks can be made out to North End Boston LLC, 343 Commercial St. #508, Boston 02109. Become a Patron to receive free rewards including neighborhood photo calendars, custom mugs and special updates from the editor.*Become a Patron (Rewards!)* or *Make a One-Time Contribution*last_img read more

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