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Charlotte Cardin, New upcoming Canadian pop sensation

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Charlotte Cardin live at REBEL in Toronto on Feb. 11, 2018.

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French Canadian musician Charlotte Cardin is taking the nation by hurricane with her addictive love tracks which blend electronic, jazz in addition to hip-hop tunes right into a remarkable mix of pop advantages– a specific benefit for the ears.

The climbing up pop star is presently taken into account amongst Montreal’s perfect with 2 Juno political elections under her belt. She has really released 2 EPs, Huge Young Child (2016) in addition to Secret Lady(2017), each certified Gold in Canada from producing an option of must-hear hits.

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Patrick Cantlay fights through gusting wind, leads American Express

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Patrick Cantlay fights through gusting wind, leads American Express

LA QUINTA, Calif. — Patrick Cantlay fought through gusting wind on his back nine Friday to take a one-stroke lead into the weekend at The American Express in a bid to win for the third time in four starts.

Tied for the first-round lead with Lee Hodges after a 10-under 62 at La Quinta Country Club, Cantlay shot a 68 on PGA West’s Nicklaus Tournament Course to reach 14-under 130.

“I actually putted really well today and made nothing,” Cantlay said. “The greens were a little beat up and it was hard to make putts. But I rolled it really well and I rolled it how I wanted to, I just didn’t get any to go in.”

Tom Hoge was second after a 66 on PGA West’s Stadium Course.

“I really felt fortunate that we got through 17 holes without the wind really coming up,” Hoge said. “Just our last hole there it got gusting.”

Joseph Bramlett, playing in the last group off the 10th tee at La Quinta, bogeyed the final two holes in strong wind for a 67 to drop into a five-man tie for third at 12 under.

“We guessed on the whole back nine and a couple of them I guessed right and a couple of them I guessed wrong,” Bramlett said. “That’s just kind of golf.”

Will Zalatoris birdied his last seven holes on the Nicklaus layout for a 61 to also join Cameron Young (68), Lanto Griffin (65) and Greyson Sigg (67) at 12 under. Young played at Nicklaus, and Griffin and Sigg at the Stadium.

The fourth-ranked Cantlay won the BMW Championship and Tour Championship in his final two starts last year to take the FedEx Cup, then opened this year with a fourth-place finish — at 26 under — two weeks ago in Hawaii in the Sentry Tournament of Champions.

Last year in the desert, the 29-year-old former UCLA player closed with a Stadium-record 61 to finish a shot behind winner Si Woo Kim. Cantlay will play the Stadium the final two days, with more wind expected Saturday.

“It’s a golf course that suits my game,” Cantlay said. “We’ll see how it plays tomorrow with the increased wind. … Controlling your golf ball will be a premium tomorrow and leaving your golf ball in the correct spot will be really key to scoring well.”

Hoge will play tree-lined La Quinta on Saturday.

“I feel better playing La Quinta,” Hoge said. “A little more protected over there in the trees, a little shorter golf course. You can play a little more conservatively off tees and just get it in play and go from there.”

Zalatoris finished with a birdie from the wrong fairway on the par-4 ninth. The PGA Tour rookie of the year is making his first start of the year.

“I just gave myself chances,” Zalatoris said. “I hit a lot close and made a couple 20-, 30-footers to keep the round going and, obviously, making birdie on 9 from the wrong fairway is kind of the icing on the cake.”

He wasn’t concerned about the wind that picked up just as he finished.

“I live in Texas, so I’m used to it,” Zalatoris said. “Really, playing golf the last few days without a lot of wind has been a little strange for me, so I’m looking forward to the challenge tomorrow.”

Hodges remained at 10 under after a 72 on the Nicklaus Tournament Course.

Top-ranked Jon Rahm was 8 under after a 70 at the Nicklaus layout. He won the 2018 tournament.

Kim was 4 under in his title defense after a 68 at Nicklaus.

Tournament host Phil Mickelson was 155th in the 156-man field at 7 over. He shot a 73 at Nicklaus after opening with a 78 at La Quinta.

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Man pleads guilty in Arapahoe County to 10 counts of child sex assault

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Colorado man gets 3 years for killing pro bicyclist in crash

A defendant in a child sex assault case, with multiple alleged victims, pleaded guilty Friday in Arapahoe County District Court.

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Flattened St. Louis area COVID hospitalizations promise future decline

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Flattened St. Louis area COVID hospitalizations promise future decline

ST. LOUIS, Mo. – St Louis regional hospitalization totals over the past eleven days have shown a flattening of the Omicron Variant-fueled surge that led to drastic jumps in hospital admissions over the past two months.  Total COVID-19 hospitalizations in the last week-and-a-half have hovered at a high point of 1,449 patients on January 17th to a low of 1,391 on the following day.  Hospitalizations have held steady during this Omicron peak after jumping astronomically in December and early January.  Since Thanksgiving, the region has witnessed a chaotic rise in hospitalizations from 318 patients on Thanksgiving, to 615 patients on Christmas, and now 1,403 patients in a report released today by the St. Louis Metropolitan Pandemic Task Force. 

The silver lining in today’s report may be that the region is no longer seeing daily hospitalization increases like it had witnessed in late December and early January.  Pandemic Task Force leaders hope the region is on the brink of a decline in hospitalizations, but caution against anyone disregarding mitigation efforts to curb the spread.  The Task Force is made up of hospitals run by the SSM, BJC, Mercy and St. Luke’s Hospital systems.  The numbers now also include hospitalizations reported by the St Louis VA Hospital. 

The Task Force reported 194 new hospital admissions in today’s numbers, framed against 223 patients who were discharged.  The group also reported 14 new COVID deaths.   Discharges have also outpaced admissions over the past week, with 1,418 new patients entering the hospital as 1,473 patients were released.  That bodes well for the region and signals a decline in hospitalizations over the course of a full week. 

Fifty-five pediatric patients are now hospitalized in the region with 11 of those children receiving ICU care.  Adult patients in ICU units now total 209 patients, with 121 people still needing ventilator care in order to breathe.  

As the hospitalizations have surged under Omicron, so have the number of breakthrough cases sending vaccinated people to seek care.  Today, the Task Force reports 39 percent of all hospitalizations involve patients who have had two doses of the Moderna or Pfizer vaccine, or one dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.  However, Task Force officials point out that people who have also received the vaccine booster represent a very small percentage of our current hospitalizations. 

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