Bar honors Rep. Kerner REP. DAVE KERNER, D-Palm Springs, center, was recently recognized by Bar leaders for his ongoing advocacy for the preservation of the judicial branch as a co-equal branch of government and his help to adequately fund the judiciary. Also pictured is Bar President-elect Ramón Abadin, left, and President Greg Coleman, right. February 1, 2015 Regular News
Ensemble Real Estate Solutions closed out 2Q 2013 with 59 medical office transactions totaling more than $18.9M in total lease value, representing a 38% increase in total leasing activity when compared to Ensemble’s 2012 second quarter.With a little more than 200,000 SF in closed deals, some of the notable transactions include:>> An 11,000 SF renewal for Obstetrix Medical Group of North America, PLLC at Rosenberg Children’s Medical Plaza on the campus of Phoenix Children’s Hospital.>> A new 7,400 SF lease for Orthopedic Specialists of North America at Deer Valley Medical Office Building II on the campus of John C. Lincoln Deer Valley“Despite the economic challenges of the past few years, we are seeing signs of an uptick in activity, both in terms of new space inquiries and existing tenants asking to renew their leases,” said Bill Molloy, Managing Director and CEO of Ensemble Real Estate Solutions. “The entire team is feeling positive about the outlook for 2013 and 2014.”Moving into the second half of 2013, the company plans to begin construction on Surprise Medical Plaza Phase II. This project follows Ensemble’s first development, Surprise Medical Plaza I, on THE CITY master planned campus in the heart of Surprise, Arizona. The first phase of the project was completed in 2012 and is currently 80% leased.
Lionel Messi produced a hat-trick of assists as Barcelona pulled off a gutsy 3-2 win at Real Betis after trailing twice in an enthralling match in La Liga on Sunday, finally giving the Catalans something to celebrate after a week of upheaval. Clement Lenglet headed home the decisive goal in the 72nd minute from a Messi free kick, earning second-placed Barca a first away win in the league in four matches and cutting the deficit behind leaders Real Madrid back to three points.French defender Lenglet was then sent off for two bookings, moments after Betis’ Nabil Fekir had been dismissed for earning two yellow cards in the space of a minute.Barca coach Quique Setien was making his first appearance back at Betis since being sacked by the Seville club last May and desperately needed a victory after Real had beaten Osasuna 4-1 earlier in the day.But the visitors got off to a terrible start when Sergio Canales gave Betis the lead in the sixth minute from the penalty spot after a VAR review showed Lenglet had handled the ball.Dutch midfielder Frenkie de Jong promptly equalised with the help of a lofted pass from Messi but Barca soon found themselves on the back foot again when Betis restored their lead with a strike from World Cup-winning forward Fekir in the 26th minute.Messi proved pivotal in the Catalans levelling right before halftime, delivering a free kick into the path of Sergio Busquets who converted from close range.The Argentine was also able to pick out Lenglet for the winning strike, setting up a goal for the fifth time in three games.The topsy-turvy encounter was a fitting end to a dramatic week for Barca in which Ousmane Dembele sustained a serious injury, Messi lashed out at sporting director Eric Abidal and the team lost 1-0 at Athletic Bilbao to exit the Copa del Rey.“This is a hugely significant win for us because Betis are a great team and were being roared on by their fans at home,” Barca coach Setien told a news conference.“This is a very important victory because it keeps us near the top of the table and it will give us a huge psychological boost.”Barca, who hired Setien last month after sacking Ernesto Valverde, had not won away from home in the league since beating Atletico Madrid on 1 December and were smarting from a recent defeat at Valencia as well as the last-gasp loss in the Cup to Bilbao.RelatedLate Messi Penalty Lifts Barcelona Top Of La LigaMarch 7, 2020In “Spain”Griezmann Double Seals Barca First La Liga WinAugust 26, 2019In “Spain”LaLiga: Messi Sinks Sevilla in 50th Career HattrickFebruary 24, 2019In “Spain”
“I didn’t think it was funny, and neither did Zeke — we actually thought it was disrespectful,” agent Rocky Arceneaux told ESPN’s Chris Mortensen.It seems all is forgiven after Jones made the 24-year-old the highest-paid running back in the NFL. The Cowboys will sell the shirts with all proceeds going to the Salvation Army.Available online by the end of the day today and in the Pro Shops next week.Proceeds from the sales of the shirts will go to The Salvation Army #business pic.twitter.com/xbdDFjoPLz— Jane Slater (@SlaterNFL) September 5, 2019 Zeke who? pic.twitter.com/FsBIQcOVqR— Mike Leslie (@MikeLeslieWFAA) September 5, 2019MORE: What Ezekiel Elliott’s contract means for future of NFL’s highest-paid RBsJones said “Zeke who?'” to the media after rookie Tony Pollard’s strong preseason performance against the Rams. Jerry Jones’ words that once hurt Ezekiel Elliott’s feelings are now on a shirt — and everyone is having a big laugh about it.The Dallas Cowboys owner gifted the running back the shirt as a peace offering following Thursday’s press conference for Elliott’s new six-year, $90 million contract extension.