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FOOD NETWORK’S BEST BAKER IN AMERICA RETURNS TO CHALLENGE ELITE BAKERS FOR ULTIMATE TITLE

Nine world-class bakers compete for bragging rights and a cash prize in season two of Food Network’s primetime competition series Best Baker in America, premiering Monday, May 7th at 9pm ET/PT. 450 more words

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Kelowna Rockets look to stop four game losing skid.

With only six games left in the regular season, Kelowna Rockets head coach Jason Smith is preaching back to basics hockey in order to put a stop to the team’s four game losing streak. 60 more words

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Let me preface this post by saying this is not only an extremely well written piece by Jason Smith, but one of the most important articles I’ve come across in recent memory. 541 more words

Now healthy, Ian Mahinmi still struggling to provide value for Wizards

Washington announced Tuesday afternoon that they will not pick up the fourth year option on Chris McCullough’s rookie deal. The move means only two of the ten players Washington acquired during the summer of 2016 or during the following season are guaranteed to be under contract in Washington for 2018-19. 418 more words

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Taste Of NHL Pays Dividends For Canucks Pick Kole Lind

As bad as the preseason has been for the Canucks, it seems to have paid off in spades for multiple prospects still on the roster and players that have been sent back to junior/AHL. 470 more words

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Rockets rookie camp hits the ice at Prospera Place

Hockey is back at Prospera Place with the Kelowna Rockets kicking off their rookie camp on Tuesday.

“It was obviously a longer summer than we wanted,” Rockets head coach Jason Smith said, referring to the club’s playoff exit in the Western Hockey League’s Western Conference final last season, “but it’s great to be back on the ice.” 123 more words

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UNF senior Jason Smith creates virtual reality tool which produces 3-D images of MRIs, CT scans

(Courtesy of Jacksonville.com)

Sandeep Reddivari, an assistant professor of computing at the University of North Florida, usually assigns his undergraduate students a project for which they must write programming. 552 more words

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