Architects: Nook Architects Area Area of this architecture project Area: 202 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Houses Year: Es Garbí / Nook Architects CopyHouses, Refurbishment•Spain 2017 Save this picture!© Marcela Grassi+ 24Curated by Danae Santibañez Share “COPY” ArchDaily ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/891226/es-garbi-nook-architects Clipboard ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/891226/es-garbi-nook-architects Clipboard Photographs: Marcela Grassi Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Photographs Es Garbí / Nook ArchitectsSave this projectSaveEs Garbí / Nook Architects Spain Manufacturers: Reynaers Aluminium, Design Within Reach, Faro, MH parquetsStructure:Francesc GorgasConstruction:Oak 2000Concrete :Michael RoschachCountry:SpainMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Marcela GrassiRecommended ProductsWindowsJansenWindows – Janisol PrimoWindowspanoramah!®ah!38 – FlexibilityMetallicsSculptformClick-on Battens in Ivanhoe ApartmentsWindowsVEKAWindows – SOFTLINE 82 ADText description provided by the architects. Next to the Mediterranean Sea runs the historic Camí de Ronda, a route that connects the towns and beaches of the Costa Brava. In a stop of the road and in an unbeatable location, we find this house between party walls that is part of a protected area.Save this picture!SiteThe house, staggered on the rock, prolongs the journey inside four floors, connecting directly with the sea through its private pier.Save this picture!© Marcela GrassiThe owner was looking for a simple and comfortable house that would allow independent uses in the secondary rooms and, at the same time, common and related uses in the main space open to the largest terrace of the house. A readjustment of the functional program was also necessary, turning part of the shady terrace on the second floor into a new room and adding bathrooms on the second and third floors.Save this picture!AxonometricThe entire existing building has been intervened; restoring facades, roofs and terraces. The general volume has been respected and, in facades, the traditional composition, aesthetics and chromatism, characteristic of the Mediterranean coast, has been maintained.Save this picture!© Marcela GrassiThe interior layout has been modified, as well as openings and skylight has been enlarged to enhance the views, the interior crossed visuals and the capture of natural light in all spaces. Save this picture!Floor Plan 0Save this picture!Floor Plan 1-2The carpentry of the facade to the sea allows a total opening, diluting boundaries between interior and exterior. This connection allows to unite the common spaces, transforming the terrace into an extension of the living room to the outside.Save this picture!© Marcela GrassiClimatically only a system of ceiling fans has been installed to complement the natural cross ventilation through facades and skylights. Outside, the blinds and the pergola avoid excess solar radiation inside the house, allowing optimal comfort in summer.Save this picture!© Marcela GrassiThe original elements of the house, such as hydraulic pavements, carpentry and wooden beams, have been recovered to preserve the traditional character of the construction. These enter into dialogue with the new elements of wood, concrete, steel and ceramics that, although contemporary, maintain the values of sobriety and austerity of the original construction.Save this picture!© Marcela GrassiThe use and design of custom furniture is especially important in the project. It provides a functional value to each room and works as an active element in the formation of spaces, working as a dividing element or catalyst of natural light into interior spaces.Save this picture!© Marcela GrassiThe result of the rehabilitation is a house that functionally responds to contemporary schemes but that makes clear its traditional and Mediterranean origin, where natural lighting and visuals on the excellent location are the main protagonists that make this a privileged house.Save this picture!© Marcela GrassiProject gallerySee allShow lessFormer Citroën Factory to be Converted Into Brussels “Centre Pompidou”Unbuilt Project7 Ancient Ruins Around The World “Reconstructed” with GIFsArchitecture News Share Projects “COPY” CopyAbout this officeNook ArchitectsOfficeFollowProductWood#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesRefurbishmentProvince of GironaSpainPublished on March 23, 2018Cite: “Es Garbí / Nook Architects” [Es Garbí / Nook Architects] 23 Mar 2018. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
For more than three years VCE has been perfecting the science of building and supporting its Vblock System and IDC’s recent report shows our remarkable success with customers. Our clients and peers can point to the precision with which the Vblock System is engineered and tested, world-class components and manufacturing facilities, compliance and certification software and expert support teams as reasons for our success. These are all impressive, but there is another contributor: VCE’s vArchitects, or system engineers.Our customers come to us with a variety of needs – each seeking to offer some type of enhanced service to their user community. Many of these enterprises understand that IT must become more agile, scalable and available to better serve users. Some understand how to transform their infrastructure and departments to meet these needs, but others are just beginning. Sometimes we have precise metrics to work with, such as sizing SAP from existing installations, but in many cases, our clients are looking for guidance as to how to begin their transformational journey.Our vArchitects lay the groundwork for success long before any of the technology or process is brought to bear. The vArchitect works with our clients in the earliest days of our relationship and prepares them to transform both their IT technology as well as processes and organizations from the traditional siloed approach to convergence.“Customers look to the VCE system engineer to understand the ways we can flexibly fine-tune VCE offerings to solve seemingly impossible or costly problems. In an ever-changing business landscape, some cases may appear too complex or ambiguous to solve, but vArchitects have developed their own artistry for solving these challenges.ShareThe Vblock System provides an extraordinary foundation for quickly remedying customer problems, but sometimes customers require a bit more flexibility. Our vArchitects, many of whom have practiced their craft for 20 or more years, draw on their depth of experience to solve these client requests. They are not deterred by incomplete information or changing requirements, instead vArchitects embrace this complexity and ambiguity in helping guide our clients toward transformational designs that accommodate change and prepare them to embrace these challenges as a core part of our value. The vArchitects can work with a customer to pre-integrate, pre-test and pre-validate additional requirements that fulfill client-specific technological needs that are not provided on every Vblock System.This process reminds me of an earlier role from years ago, where my data center infrastructure team was vexed by continuously changing and conflicting priorities from the various application teams we supported. Several times a month we would have changes in priorities and face incredible churn. As we planned and mobilized to meet one requirement, new challenges arose, and we needed to re-plan to a different set of priorities. In that environment, our team decided to re-align its project management to use Agile methods to structure our cycle times to our developers’ Scrum iterations. Rather than fighting the nature of our developers’ needs we re-aligned our way of working to their way of working. All of a sudden we were delivering applications and satisfying their requirements with relative ease.Similarly, experienced system engineers draw on years of system design and deployment experiences to see patterns and help our clients embrace and prepare for the agility and velocity being required of them in their businesses. They create system designs, which anticipate growth and other unknown variables as well as potential needs, without breaking the bank on up front capacity. They align our Vblock System options and software to client organization and governance requirements and guide them toward deployments that allow our customers to transform at a rate of change that is consumable. This is where the art comes into play.In engineering, we often talk about “design elegance” with great reverence. It’s an aesthetic quality that sometimes refers to simplicity. It’s a harmony or even visual balance between the problem and solution. As consumers, we often find that mobile products have these qualities. It’s hard to describe, but consumers sometimes feel an emotional connection with the technological harmony.VCE customers often feel that harmony in our products, especially when vArchitects and clients collaborate to develop unique solutions and see them arrive beautifully constructed. Again and again, we hear stories of our clients having pictures taken in front of their new Vblock Systems. They’re thrilled to tour our manufacturing facilities and see THEIR system being assembled. Some clients have even asked to sign the side panels of their new systems.When I have the privilege of speaking to our new vArchitects at VCE, which happens very often, I challenge them to not only use their technological intellect to solve hard problems, but I also remind them to use their creative side to artistically solve these problems. Engineers that embrace design elegance and take the time to collaborate with clients to create technological solutions that “fit” their clients’ culture, abilities and weaknesses can help provide an even greater transformation to their business.“We are rapidly hiring around the world. If you are a wicked smart and technically rigorous engineer, but are willing to let your artistic side come through, check out our Careers page.Share
TAKE A DRIVING TOUR! VISIT AN OVERLOOK! Point Lookout Over Potomac River in the Green Ridge State Forest Dan’s Rock Overlook in the Fall, photo by Bill Merlavage Great Allegheny Passage in Cumberland in the Fall HOP ON A BIKE! Here in the mountains, there are many points that make you feel like you are on top of the world, literally. Visit Point Lookout in Green Ridge State Forest, Town Hill Overlook along the Historic National Road, or Dans Rock Overlook, one the county’s most-recognized overlooks. Each of these points provides spectacular and colorful landscapes, with iconic views of the Potomac River, Allegany County, and even Sideling Hill and parts of West Virginia and Pennsylvania. In addition to beautiful views, the overlooks contain history that dates to colonial times and the French and Indian War. Photo by Sam DeMartino Hit the Green Ridge State Forest Scenic Driving Tour, a 44-mile route through Maryland’s largest contiguous piece of public land, and experience the magic of fall as you traverse by car to five overlooks along the trail. Located in the ridge and valley province of the Appalachian Mountains, Green Ridge State Forest is rich in natural and cultural heritage and is sure to be a breathtaking autumn drive along these leaf-lined roads. Or, hop on one of the Allegany County’s Scenic Byway systems, offering inviting views, magical main streets, enduring history, and engaging places along the Historic National Road Scenic Byway, C&O Canal Scenic Byway, and the Mountain Maryland Scenic Byway. One thing we know for sure is that Mountain Maryland is the perfect place to catch brilliant expressions of fall. Cumberland City in the Fall TAKE A HIKE! Whether you want to get out into nature or stick to a more urban street walk, Allegany County has some great trails and hikes, perfect for viewing peak leaf season. Take a walk through any of the Historic Districts in Cumberland and Frostburg for beautiful architecture and brilliant trees lining the brick sidewalks and streets. For nature lovers, Green Ridge State Forest and Rocky Gap State Park offer close to 100 miles of hiking trails for the novice to the expert, with well-groomed to more rugged trails, all worth a visit for some fall colors. After you’ve soaked in the miles of colorful adventure, be sure to refuel with some outdoor dining, especially stunning in the open air of the pedestrian mall of Downtown Cumberland, with the mountains as your backdrop, or at one of the wineries or breweries along the Mountain Maryland Tap and Pour Craft Beverage Tour. With access to two world-class trails, the Great Allegheny Passage and the C&O Canal Towpath, and ideal road riding conditions with low traffic, cyclists love the routes available here in Mountain Maryland. Routes will take you into rural areas that showcase the natural beauty of our region. Find out just why the Great Allegheny Passage made the list for National Geographic’s ‘Best Fall Trips,’ as you bike through this forest-lined rail trail, following the old Western Maryland railway bed between Allegany County’s two trail towns, Frostburg and Cumberland. Be sure to explore our road routes through Ride with GPS, with mapped road rides to view the region’s stunning fall foliage by bike on the open road. And, for beginner mountain bikers and beyond, check out the vibrant treks on the mountain biking trails of Rocky Gap State Park and Green Ridge State Forest. Witnessing the brilliant autumn in Allegany County, the Mountain Side of Maryland, is an unparalleled experience for all lovers of nature and the outdoors. With scenic overlooks, a world-class bike trail through the mountains, tree-lined scenic byways through some of the area’s historic towns, and 60,000 acres of public land, there are plenty of opportunities to check this experience off your bucket list. With fall leaf-peeping season right around the corner, we put together a list of must-see/must-do fall foliage activities and experiences across the county.
An render of Elliot Springs.FOLLOWING its latest land release, Elliot Springs has seen continued consumer confidence in the masterplanned community south of Townsville.Since early December, 16 lots, ranging from 416 to 923 sq m, have sold as local and interstate buyers look to take advantage of the site’s elevated position and views out to the surrounding mountain ranges. Buyers Lee Newham was one of the first to snap up a larger sized lot in the latest release. He looks forward to returning home after living in Sydney.“House prices in Sydney meant we needed to look further afield to buy land and build a home,” he said. “It’s unbelievable to think our current one-bedroom unit in Waterloo is worth almost double what we plan to build – an amazing house on a big block of land at Elliot Springs.” He has designed a single storey brick, four-bedroom home with Cougar Homes, with construction due to commence in April. More from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020“The location of Elliot Springs is perfect for us – it’s not too far out, especially with the port road now. We can be at The Strand in 15 minutes,” he said.“The natural surrounds were also a big drawcard, particularly the bushland area around the hills.” Lendlease regional development manager for Elliot Springs Simon Walker said the first six months of sales had been encouraging given a development of this scale is new for Townsville. “The beauty of Elliot Springs is its mass appeal with lots to suit all lifestyles and budgets, from low maintenance to larger lots for those looking for a bigger family home with a view,” he said. “We are continuing to see strong interest from couples, like Lee and Marcia, as well as families who are taking advantage of getting a larger lot at great price points.” Located just 15km south of Townsville’s CBD, Elliot Springs is in close proximity to the Murray Sporting Complex, the Lavarack Barracks, Townsville Hospital and JCU. Upon completion in 2056, Elliot Springs will be home to more than 10,600 dwellings with over 26,000 residents, and will incorporate residential, commercial and employment zones, education facilities, retail areas, neighbourhood centres and cafes. With 360-degree mountain views, 30 per cent of the site will be dedicated to open space, including a conservation area. For information visit elliotsprings.com.au
Lane Oesterling was brilliant on the pitcher’s mound on Thursday, as he threw a no-hitter to lead Batesville past Franklin County 9-0.The Bulldogs were boosted by Calvin Sherwood who went 4-for-4 at the plate. Sherwood singled in the first, singled in the third, singled in the fourth, and doubled in the sixth.The Bulldogs opened up scoring in the first inning. Quinn Werner drove in one when he singled.Batesville put up three runs in the fourth inning. The rally was led by a single by Sherwood and a double by Trey Heidlage.Oesterling (4-0) earned the win for Bulldogs. He surrendered zero runs on zero hits in the complete game, striking out 11.Alex Bischoff took the loss for Franklin County. He went four innings, allowing five runs on ten hits, striking out five and walking one.It was a big day for Oesterling on the mound, but also at the plate. He went yard in the fifth inning.Batesville tallied 14 hits on the day. Sherwood, Raab, Werner, and Heidlage each managed multiple hits for the Bulldogs. Sherwood went 4-for-4 at the plate to lead the Bulldogs in hits. Batesville tore up the base paths, as three players stole at least two bases. Werner led the way with two.After the win, Batesville goes to 6-8 on the year and 3-2 in the conference. The Bulldogs will play Greensburg on Monday.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Justin Tucker.
Published on November 30, 2019 at 1:39 am Contact Andrew: [email protected] | @CraneAndrew When Gabrielle Cooper’s second free throw bounced off the rim and into the hands of Anna Wilson, she immediately swung the ball up the floor in transition. Syracuse was already down 14 and with the Orange’s latest attempt at a spark secured, Wilson eventually found Hannah Jump on the left wing.The freshman guard rose and knocked down her eighth 3-pointer of the night, a main source of offense when the Cardinal needed one to counteract their own shooting slumps. Syracuse had only seven 3-pointers all game at that point. The next time down the court, Stanford hit another 3, and its lead extended to 20.“(Jump) played fantastic,” Syracuse head coach Quentin Hillsman said. “She got wide open looks at the rim and was tough to guard.”Just one day after the Orange’s offense had their best output of the young season, they sputtered against Stanford. As quick as Thursday’s point totals climbed toward those from last year, they dropped back down on Friday as an offense that’s struggled to find consistent rhythm faced the same issue. The Orange only shot 15-for-61 from the field against Stanford, and an 11-0 run by the Cardinal to close the first half created a lead that reached as large as 20 in the third quarter. Instead of earning a spot in the Greater Victoria Invitational finals against a third top-10 opponent this week, the No. 18 Orange (4-2) lost 77-59 to No. 3 Stanford (7-0) and face unranked Green Bay in the consolation game tomorrow.“You can look at this game and see they’re the No. 3 team in the country,” Hillsman said.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textIn Syracuse’s tournament-opening win against Houston on Thursday night, a 51.6% field goal percentage sparked an offensive operation not seen in the Orange’s first four games of the year. Maeva Djaldi-Tabdi continued her season-long development as a shooter and notched a career-high 16 points while Kiara Lewis neared a triple-double — acting as both the producer and facilitator SU needs her to be.Early on against the Cardinal, Syracuse managed to match that scoring rate. Then Lewis air-balled a jump-shot and that spiraled into a first quarter where the Orange and Stanford combined for 8-for-29 from the field — including 2-of-15 on 3-pointers. SU, saved by the fact that the Cardinal missed their own open looks, only trailed by three after 10 minutes.But then Stanford began to capitalize off the entrance passes to Amaya Finklea-Guity that got knocked away. It turned the shooting slumps of Gabrielle Cooper and Emily Engstler into its own transition points, capitalizing on a frame when Syracuse had just one field goal. “That’s gonna do it for you,” Hillsman said.A third-quarter burst by the Orange threatened to close the gap. Three-pointers by Digna Strautmane, Engstler and Teisha Hyman trimmed the Stanford lead to 11 by the final 10 minutes. But similar to how Oregon pulled away from the Orange last Sunday with a 31-point third quarter, the Cardinal used 26 in the fourth to do the same.“It’s just one quarter against Stanford and one quarter against Oregon,” Hillsman said. Djaldi-Tabdi drained her second 3 of the night from the corner and Lewis drove in the lane to draw a foul on consecutive possessions, but then the Cardinal began to connect on jump shots again. Their pause in the early stages of the fourth quarter had allowed the lead to dance in and out of single digits. Then, it quickly extended up to 14, 17 and eventually settled at 18 by the time the final horn sounded, signifying the Orange’s largest loss since last year’s ACC tournament against Notre Dame.Back-to-back double digit games from Djaldi-Tabdi and Lewis weren’t enough, and Syracuse sputters into its tournament finale with similar offensive questions it had entering it. Just as the bright spots were starting to emerge, Stanford’s tight man-to-man defense covered them back up. SU shots started to again clank off the rim and bounce off the backboard, and whistles pierced the air signaling turnovers, a second defeat in three games inching closer.“Our pressure picked up and we started forcing some tempo, forcing some turnovers,” Hillsman said, “That was the key to the game, we just gotta continue to play for 40 minutes. We can’t play 30 minutes against good teams.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+
In the USWNT’s winning efforts at this year’s competition, she was awarded the Silver Boot after she matched teammate Megan Rapinoe for a tournament-high six goals — Rapinoe won the tiebreaker for the Golden Boot.If the team repeats for the third time, Morgan would become the first woman in history to win three World Cups.She was also part of the 2015 team. “I just look at continuing to play on top of my game [and] bring home more medals,” Morgan said. “There’s really no endpoint in sight. I feel like I’m still pretty young and have a lot more to offer.”Morgan, 30, has over 160 international appearances and is just one of seven American players to total 100 international goals. She is the third youngest to reach that mark, trailing Abby Wambach and Mia Hamm. Women’s World Cup expands from 24 to 32 teams beginning in 2023, FIFA announces Jill Ellis steps down as USWNT coach after back-to-back Women’s World Cup titles “For me, I want another World Cup,” Morgan said, via ESPN. “[Life after soccer is] not super soon. Four more years!”Morgan went into detail about her future with the team in her exclusive ESPN+ series Alex Morgan: The Equalizer, and doesn’t see herself stepping away from the world stage any time soon. Related News Alex Morgan isn’t done winning yet.The United States women’s national team star already has her sights set on the 2023 World Cup, where the US will be chasing its third consecutive title. USWNT’s Alex Morgan planning to launch own media company
DateTrackTV channelStart timeSun., May 17DarlingtonFOX3:30 p.m. ETWed., May 20DarlingtonFS17:30 p.m. ETSun., May 24CharlotteFOX6 p.m. ETWed., May 27CharlotteFS18 p.m. ETSun, May 31BristolFS13:30 p.m. ETSun, June 7AtlantaFOX3 p.m. ETWed, June 10MartinsvilleFS17 p.m. ETSun, June 14Homestead-MiamiFOX3:30 p.m. ETSun, June 21TalladegaFOX3 p.m. ETSat., June 27PoconoFOX3:30 p.m. ETSun., June 28PoconoFS14 p.m. ETSun., July 5IndianapolisNBC4 p.m. ETSun., July 12KentuckyFS12:30 p.m. ETWed., July 15All-Star Race (Charlotte)FS17 p.m. ET (open) | 8:30 p.m. ET (race)Sun., July 19TexasNBCSN3 p.m. ETThurs., July 23KansasNBCSN7:30 p.m. ETSun., Aug. 2New HampshireNBCSN3 p.m. ETThe Darlington race on May 17 ran instead of the the Chicagoland race that was originally scheduled for June 21. The Darlington race on May 20 ran instead of the postponed Richmond race that was originally scheduled for April 19. The Charlotte race on May 27 ran instead of the Sonoma race that was originally scheduled for June 14.The Pocono doubleheader remains as previously scheduled for the final weekend of June, with the Cup Series racing on back-to-back days. Those races now will be presented on Fox (and FS1) rather than on NBC. Fox’s will close its coverage this season with the All-Star race at Charlotte on July 15 before NBC takes over, but NBC will still broadcast the Brickyard 400 on July 5.The Cup Series races still postponed include events at Dover and Michigan. NASCAR’s next challenge will be finding dates for those races while it tries to sort out the rest of the 2020 schedule, but doubleheaders at those tracks in August are possible. For the first time in two decades, those who are seeking the start time for a NASCAR Cup Series race at Homestead-Miami Speedway are doing so to catch a race scheduled in the first half of the season. The Homestead race, no longer the season finale, will be presented on Fox rather than NBC and is now a day race rather than a night race.The start time for Sunday’s NASCAR race at Homestead, 3:30 p.m. ET, is a little latter than it would have been (2 p.m. ET) on its originally scheduled date of March 22. But the distance remains the same — 267 laps and 400 miles around the 1.5-mile oval with stage lengths of 80, 80 and 107 laps. Due to the same coronavirus pandemic-related issues that shut down live sports in March, NASCAR created a modified schedule of races for May and June that continues today at 3:30 p.m. ET at the track in South Florida. This race is one of just two currently on the schedule that fans are allowed to attend, but only select military members were invited to the track.Below is all you need to know about the schedule for Sunday’s NASCAR race at Homestead and beyond.MORE: Watch today’s NASCAR race live with fuboTV (7-day free trial)What time does the NASCAR race start today?Race: Dixie Vodka 400 at Homestead-Miami SpeedwayDate: Sunday, June 14 Start time: 3:30 p.m. ETThe 3:30 p.m. ET start time for Sunday’s race at Homestead is the third of four such scheduled start times on NASCAR’s modified Cup Series schedule for 2020. The first race of a Saturday-Sunday doubleheader ar Pocono in two weeks also will start at 3:30 p.m. ET.For years, the start times for the NASCAR Cup Series Homestead races were set for the evening. A day race at the intermediate track with variable banking in the corners should lead to slick conditions, especially in the heat of June in Florida, and therefore some exciting racing.What channel is NASCAR on today?TV channel: FoxLive stream: Fox Sports Go | fuboTV (7-day free trial)Including Sunday’s race at Homestead, Fox and FS1 will broadcast six more Cup Series races. That includes the July 15 All-Star Race before NBC takes over to broadcast its half of the schedule.Below are the top 40 TV markets in the Unites States and the local Fox affiliate for each.MarketFox affiliate (digital/virtual channel)New YorkWNYW (5)Los AngelesKTTV (11)ChicagoWFLD (32)PhiladelphiaWTXF-TV (29)Dallas-Ft. WorthKDFW (4)San Francisco/Bay areaKTVU (2)Washington D.C.WTTG (5)HoustonKRIV (26)BostonWFXT (25)AtlantaWAGA-TV (5)PhoenixKSAZ-TV 10Tampa/St. PetersburgWTVT (13)SeattleKCPQ (13)DetroitWJBK (2)Minneapolis-St. PaulKMSP-TV (9)MiamiWSVN (7)DenverKDVR (31)OrlandoWOFL (35)ClevelandWJW-TV (8)Sacramento(KTXL 40)CharlotteWJZY (46)PortlandKPTV (12)St. LouisKTVI (2)PittsburghWPGH-TV (53)BaltimoreWBFF (45)Raleigh-DurhamWRAZ (50)NashvilleWZTV (17)San DiegoKSWB-TV (69)Salt Lake CityKSTU (13)San AntonioKABB (29)Kansas CityWDAF-TV (4)ColumbusWTTE (28)MilwaukeeWITI (6)CincinnatiWXIX-TV (19)Las VegasKVVU-TV (5)JacksonvilleWFOX-TV (30)Oklahoma CityKOKH-TV (25)New OrleansWVUE-DT (8)MemphisWHBQ-TV (13)BuffaloWUTV (29)As is the case for all the Cup Series races on Fox and FS1 this season, Mike Joy and Jeff Gordon will call Sunday’s race at Homestead. Until further notice, they will do so remotely from the Fox studio rather than the booth at the track.NASCAR live stream for Homestead raceAnybody who has a cable or satellite subscription can stream Sunday’s NASCAR race at Homestead live via Fox Sports Go. This should be the preferred route for a viewer who has such a subscription but isn’t able to get in front of his or her TV.For those who don’t have a cable or satellite subscription, there are five major OTT TV streaming options that carry Fox — Sling, Hulu, YouTubeTV, fuboTV and AT&T Now. Of the five, Hulu, YouTubeTV and fuboTV offer free trial options.Below are links to each.SlingHulu (free trial)YouTubeTV (free trial)fuboTV (free trial)AT&T NowNASCAR schedule 2020NASCAR on June 4 released its latest revised Cup Series schedule through July of 2020. It remains committed to running 36 races, four of which were completed before the COVID-19 pandemic shut down the sports world. According to Fox Sports, NASCAR hopes to keep its 10 playoff races in the fall intact and at their original tracks.Below is the schedule revision for the Cup Series, starting with the races at Darlington the Cup Series ran in its return last month:
Chuck Cooper (Courtesy Photo Duquesne University)PITTSBURGH (AP) — Duquesne is giving the A.J. Palumbo Center a major makeover after the upcoming basketball season.The school announced Tuesday that the reimagined 30-year-old arena will be named UPMC Cooper Fieldhouse after former Duquesne basketball player Chuck Cooper. Cooper played for the Dukes from 1947-1950 before becoming the first African-American to be drafted by an NBA team. The Boston Celtics selected Cooper in the second round.The renovation is expected to begin in March and cost an estimated $45 million. It is scheduled to be completed in time for the 2020-21 season. The school did not say where the Dukes would play in the meantime.The Palumbo Center opened in 1988 and serves as the home for the Duquesne men’s and women’s basketball teams. While the updated arena will have wider concourses, a new video board and upgrades to premium seats, capacity is expected to stay around 4,400.___More AP college basketball: https://collegebasketball.ap.org and https://twitter.com/AP_Top25