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NewsBrooklyn’s school pals offered counsellingBy David Raleigh – November 7, 2019 2012 Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Brooklyn’s family requested “family flowers only” with “donations, if desired, to the Family Project, Bedford Row, Limerick”. Linkedin WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Advertisement Facebook Donal Ryan names Limerick Ladies Football team for League opener Twitter Email Brooklyn ColbertAS THE man arrested last Sunday in connection with the murder of eleven-year-old Brooklyn Colbert remained in Garda custody, the boy’s school confirmed they have offered counselling support to his heartbroken classmates.The sports-mad schoolboy was found dead in a house in Shanabooley Road, Ballynanty around 7pm last Sunday.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up A male relative was arrested shortly afterwards when he presented himself at Henry Street Garda station.Gardaí said they were not releasing details of the cause of Brooklyn’s death for operational reasons.Theresa O’Sullivan, Principal, John F Kennedy Memorial School, where Brooklyn had been due to return last Monday after the Halloween break, confirmed they were providing supports to help pupils deal with their grief.“We will remember that playful glint in his eye, which never failed to soften the hearts of his teachers. Brooklyn was a very loveable and kind boy, who was popular with both his peers and teachers. He had an easy going personality and a good sense of humour.“Brooklyn was as loyal to his friends as he was to Liverpool FC. He will be greatly missed and fondly remembered by us all,” she added.Brooklyn had recently joined Ballynanty Rovers FC, following in the footsteps of his father Wayne, a well-known soccer player with Pike Rovers, who also played League of Ireland football with Limerick FC, Shamrock Rovers and Athlone Town.A tribute posted online by Ballynanty Rovers read: “It is with profound sadness that Ballynanty Rovers has learned of the tragic death of one of our schoolboy players.”“Brooklyn Colbert played with our U11s team this year and everyone at the club wish to offer our deepest condolences to Brooklyn’s parents and family at this very sad time,” the club added.Making a fresh appeal for witnesses, a Garda spokesman said that the man in his 20s arrested in connection with a murder enquiry in Limerick remains in Garda Custody under the provisions of the Criminal Justice Act.The Garda Technical Bureau remained at the house on Shanabooley Road on Monday and Tuesday carrying out forensic examinations while local Gardaí continued their house-to-house enquiries in the area.They are also looking for information from anyone who was in the vicinity of Shanabooley Road or in the Moyross area between 4pm and 7pm on Sunday night.They are asked to contact the incident room at Mayorstone Park Garda Station on 061-456989, the Garda Confidential Line 1800- 666 -111 or any Garda Station.Brooklyn Colbert will be laid to rest on this Friday in Mount St Oliver cemetery, following Requiem Mass at 11am in St Saviour’s Church, Glentworth Street.His obituary notice added that he is “sadly missed by his heartbroken parents Wayne and Sonia, brothers Thomas and Carter, ever loving grandmother Terry Colbert, the Aylmer grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins, other relatives and his fellow class mates at JFK School”. Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival TAGSCrimeinvestigationlimerickLimerick CityNews Print Previous articleNews Roundup 9 November, 2019Next article€85,500 worth of drugs seized in two separate Incidents in Limerick David Raleigh Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash WhatsApp
ANTIOCH, Calif. (Jan. 2) – Four-time track champion Troy Foulger and Jeremy Hoff were victorious in the first half of the IMCA West Coast Nationals Friday night at Antioch Speedway. Foulger outdueled Kellen Chadwick after a dogfight for the ages in the IMCA Xtreme Motor Sports Modified main event. Hoff fought off challenges from Wayne Dotson, then from Fred Ryland and Bubba Nelson to capture the biggest win of his young career in the Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMod feature. Foulger’s victory paid $2,500; he was already on the ballot for this year’s Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational. Hoff’s checkers were good for $1,750. Both features were 30 laps. A huge victory lane celebration followed Foulger’s popular win. He caught Chadwick, beating him on the last restart, and took the high groove to victory lane. Chadwick lost second to Nick DeCarlo on the last lap. “I watched Kellen for a few laps and figured how to take his line away,” said Foulger, who proved his nickname Tricky is no misnomer. “I ran the top and stayed above the ruts. This old girl (his car) is really running good.” Foulger’s car owners, the Bowers family, were brought to tears by the victory. Beverly Kniss, owner of Delta Transmission, chose young fans from the grandstand to present the large gold cups she donated for the winners. Ryan McDaniel and Collen Winebarger completed the top five.When Hoff rolled up to the track with his dad Scotty, he saw what he wanted.“The trophies were sitting there at the sign-in booth and I said I want one,” Hoff said. “My dad said you are going to have to work hard.”Hoff credited his dad, who normally races in his car, for taking the night off to help him and his girlfriend, Alisha Mares, who turned wrenches as crew chief for the car. A new sponsor, Hemm Racing, set the car up for the event. Fred Ryland, Bruce Nelson, Keith Brown Jr. and Richard Mueller were second through fifth, respectively. Feature Results Modifieds – 1. Troy Foulger; 2. Nick DeCarlo; 3. Kellen Chadwick; 4. Ryan McDaniel; 5. Collen Winebarger; 6. Alex Wilson; 7. Scott Busby; 8. Shawn DeForest; 9. Chester Kniss; 10. Jeremy Richey; 11. Bobby Motts; 12. Michael Paul Jr.; 13. Jim DiGiovanni; 14. Les Friend; 15. Kyle Wilson; 16. Joe Carr; 17. Ethan Dotson; 20. Tom Berry Jr. Heat winners were Alex Wilson, Winebarger, Richey and Foulger. Carr won the “B” feature.Northern SportMods – 1. Jeremy Hoff; 2. Fred Ryland; 3. Bruce Nelson; 4. Keith Brown Jr.; 5. Richard Mueller; 6. Megan Ponciano; 7. Al Johnson; 8. Jimmy Ford; 9. Wayne Dotson; 10. Ryan Larimer; 11. Nick Spainhoward; 12. Alan Furuta; 13. Jason Ferguson; 14. Michael Shearer; 15. Matt Mayo; 16. Alan Pace; 17. Chris Ray. Heat winners were Hoff and Spainhoward.
Away from the glitz and glamour of competing on stage in front of thousands with millions more at home watching on in awe, there’s several pertinent issues that need to be addressed in the background. One of these, clearly, is tax consequences. With organisations such as Fnatic potentially operating out of London but having teams in the States, Malaysia and Germany the tax issues both at a corporate level and an individual level can be incredibly complex. Justin M. Jacobson, Esq and Jason Feingertz, Esq have contributed a guest piece touching on the tax considerations for professional gamers competing across the world. Justin M. Jacobson is a member of the Bar of the State of New York, Vice-President at The Jacobson Firm, P.C. and Esports Player Agent & Counsel at the Agency for Professional Esports (APE). He advises entertainers, professional athletes and video-gamers and fashion designers on all aspects of marketing, business and intellectual property and contract law matters. He also handles player contract and sponsorship negotiations on behalf of esports gamers and managers.Jason Feingertz is a member of the Bar of the State of New York and an associate at Reed Smith LLP. He advises clients on all aspects of state and local tax and has experience with residency planning and audit defence. Feingertz has a unique perspective on the sports industry having represented both sports franchises and players.The esports revolution continues as professional video-gaming continues to expand throughout the globe. As with most professions, professional video game participants, sometimes referred to as a “gamer,” are subject to taxes in every country, state and, sometimes, the city that they “work” in. Professional gamers must be aware of the tax implications of their earnings, including how their tournament winnings, player salaries, streaming monies and sponsorship funds are typically taxed.How player’s income is taxedLike all taxpayers, professional gamers, who are residents of the United States, must pay federal income tax to the IRS on their worldwide income. While this concept may seem straightforward, there are still many gamers that fail to adequately pay the correct amount of personal income tax. The failure to pay this tax can cause serious problems for an individual, ranging from penalties and interest to potential imprisonment for the most egregious cases.The Jock TaxOne often overlooked aspect of tax planning for professional athletes is their state tax liability. In most cases, athletes must pay personal income tax to their state of residence on their worldwide income. This includes income derived from their playing contracts, as well as endorsement and sponsorship deals. In states where they do not reside, athletes increasingly find themselves subject to aggressive enforcement of “Jock Taxes,” which look to tax athletes on income “earned” in non-resident states.For example, New York imposes a non-resident income tax on visiting professional athletes who have earned income within the state. N.Y. Tax Law § 631(c). New York taxes visiting players’ salaries, which is apportioned among the states based upon the percentage of total “duty days” an athlete spends within New York. 20 NYCRR 132.22. A duty day is typically defined as any day an athlete does some form of work for their employer such as a media appearance, team practice, tournament or a game. Then, the apportioned income is multiplied by the states’ individual income tax rates.“There are still many gamers that fail to adequately pay the correct amount of personal income tax”We will now explore a few main income streams for gamers and how the earnings may be taxed. While some question whether taxes really affect decision-making by athletes, the following examples should show how important it is for an gamer to have a tax advisor or other competent professional guiding them through all contract and taxable business decisions.Tournament WinningsAs discussed above, a professional video gamer may be subject to tax obligations in all of the states and countries that they earn income from. These tax payment obligations also extend to any and all of the gamer’s tournament winnings. Generally, the location of a specific tournament dictates which tax laws are applicable to a particular tournament prize pool.Currently, in the United States, the Internal Revenue Service (I.R.S.) requires any individual who earns over six hundred ($600.00) dollars to receive a “1099-Misc” form detailing the income received. Similar provisions would be applicable to a gamer’s tournament winnings, especially those earning over $600. A standard esports tournament prize pool winning usually trumps this amount. In particular, the location of the competition plays a central role in determining the applicable tax rate for tournament winnings. For example, the 2014 Dota 2 “The International” was located in the U.S. and boasted a $10.9 million prize pool. Therefore, the players that won a portion of this prize pool, even those who were not U.S. residents, were subject to United States federal income tax on these winnings.“A professional video gamer may be subject to tax obligations in all of the states and countries that they earn income from”Additionally, each tournament organiser typically enacts its own payment and tax restrictions for the disbursement of prize monies.For instance, the prize money earned from Dreamhack requires that any “private individual will receive [this prize] money as salary, [ . . .] according to Swedish Tax Law,” which requires the organiser to first “deduct both a general payroll tax and employment tax from the won prize amount, before the money is paid out to [an] individual.” (Paragraph II – Payout Policy) Another example is P.G.L.’s “Open – Bucharest” and “Legends of the Rift.” These competitions mandate that all “private individuals […] receive the prize money in their own bank account, out of which a 16% tax will automatically be deducted, in accordance with Article 77 of the Romanian Fiscal Code” and that “no tax will be deducted if the prize value is lower than 600 RON, in accordance with Article 77 of the Romanian Fiscal Code.” It is therefore prudent for a gamer to review and understand each tournament’s prize pool disbursement policies and how these winnings are taxed prior to competing. Team SalaryIn addition to a gamer’s tournament winnings, most professional players are signed to exclusive player contracts with major esports organisations or professional teams. Some of these esports organisations include “Cloud 9,” “Immortals,” “Fnatic,” and “Optic Gaming.” These organisations typically pay the player a weekly or monthly salary. The salary ranges from several thousand a month or more, depending on the caliber of the player and the gaming being played. For instance, one of the largest yearly salaries, $150,000, was just agreed upon by “NRG Esports” for professional Overwatch player, Jay “sinatraa” Won. “If the gamer is classified as an independent contractor in the player contract, then the individual is responsible for paying any and all applicable taxes to the appropriate governing body.”Whether a gamer is classified as an “independent contractor” or “employee” determines which party is responsible for paying any associated taxes, including but not limited to any unemployment or federal and state withholding taxes. In the U.S., especially in California, a gamer is typically considered an “employee” of the employer (the esports organisation), which imposes a myriad of withholding obligations on the employer. Most major player contracts include language obligating the team to withhold federal and state taxes from the player’s salary. However, in other instances, the pro-gamer may be classified as an “independent contractor.” If the gamer is classified as an independent contractor in the player contract, then the individual is responsible for paying any and all applicable taxes to the appropriate governing body.Additionally, some countries, including Finland, have begun providing specific tax benefits and “write-offs” to professional video game competitors. This is similar to the write-offs provided for other talent, such as musicians and professional football and basketball players.Streaming MoniesAnother important and potentially extremely lucrative stream of income to many professional gamers and “streamers” alike is the monies earned from live streaming content on various video streaming platforms. Some of the top video streaming platforms include Twitch, YouTube and Facebook Live. Streaming has become one of the largest and most consistent avenues of income for gamers, including some “streamers” making several thousand a month and some of the largest ones generating several million a year. The funds earned from streaming are taxed similarly to the revenues earned from a gamer’s participation in a tournament. This means that Twitch (owned by Amazon) and YouTube (owned by Google) prepare a “1099” form to document the money earned by users of its platforms. Each platform has its own requirements and tax information that should be reviewed prior to earning funds from these services. This includes all of the funds earned through advertisements embedded in the stream as well as the amount the streamer earns from “donations” or “tips” provided by stream viewers. While these payments may be characterised as “donations” to the consuming public, that does not reflect their true tax characteristics. “Donations” qualify as ordinary taxable income and the recipient cannot claim these “donations” as tax deductions.It is important to note that a streamer is sometimes able to deduct certain business expenses. While every taxpayer must consider their own facts and circumstances, gamers may have the ability to take a deduction for business expenses such as the cost of the equipment to record and stream the content, marketing or promotional services used to promote their streaming channel (i.e. Facebook-paid “boosts” or Twitter advertisements), video recording or editing software used to create the final stream as well as any costs associated with data storage or broadcasting of the stream, such as Internet costs. Sponsorship/EndorsementIn addition to a gamer’s tournament winnings, most professional gamers have both organisational and personal sponsorship and endorsement arrangements. These deals may include monthly payments, yearly fees and/or “trade in kind” provided to the gamer in exchange for a set of listed “deliverables” or requirements. Any sponsorship money received by a gamer is taxed as income similar to the other player’s streams of income. In addition, a company could also provide a player with free equipment or other related fringe benefits, such as free mileage as part of an endorsement deal with an airline. Similar to any other type of income, fringe benefits are also taxed based on the fair market value (FMV) of the benefit. For example, if a gamer received free air miles, they will be taxed on the FMV of those miles. Therefore, it is prudent that a player is aware that any “free” or promotional goods they receive from a brand will be subject to appropriate income taxes in addition to the funds earned from the sponsorship deal. While each gamer will have their own unique level of leverage to use in each negotiation, they should explore every possible opportunity while discussing the terms of a contract with a team or potential sponsor.If a player fails to properly file or misfiles their personal income taxes, they may be subject to a tax investigation, called an “audit.” While the specifics of an “audit” are outside the scope of this article, a gamer needs to be aware and be careful about what they may say in any response to a governing body, if and when the player replies to this type of inquiry. However, as with most important business matters related to a gamer’s career, it is advisable to obtain a qualified professional’s assistance in this matter as anything the player responds will be used as a statement of fact in the matter.It is apparent that while negotiating the terms of their next gaming contract, professional gamers should utilise the advice of their tax advisor or other professionals to determine the best way to structure the various forms of compensation they receive. Ultimately, the most important financial consideration for a gamer is their net, after-tax income. To the extent any contract can be negotiated to increase its after-tax compensation, a player should evaluate all their options.This article is not intended as legal or business advice, as an attorney or other professional specialising in the field should be consulted.
ALAMEDA — It happened about midway through the lone practice open to the media at the Raiders four-day organized team activity.Amid the drizzle and cloud cover Tuesday, quarterback Derek Carr produced a rainbow, a perfect pass some 50 yards in the air which dropped into the waiting arms of Tyrell Willliams, who had gotten past the last line of defense.“It’s nice to hit that on the first day, especially just to be able to catch one and get in the end zone,” Williams said. “It’s exciting. …
A team of Yale biochemists investigated a proofreading mechanism in one-celled organisms from the domain Archaea and found it different, but just as effective, as its counterpart in domains Bacteria and Eukarya (the latter including all plants and humans). Their work was published online in PNAS July 6.1 The particular instance involved the ability to discriminate between two similar amino acids, threonine and serine, on the molecule that connects the amino acid to the transfer RNA (aminoacyl-tRNA synthetase, or aaRS). Members of Archaea have an enzyme that bears no sequence similarity, but is “functionally conserved” (i.e., does the same thing), to that of the other domains. The archaeal gene is “unrelated to, and absent from,” bacterial and eukaryotic genomes. The authors term this an instance of “functional convergence of unrelated domains” that “assures specificity” of the correct amino acid to the tRNA molecule. This “appears to be the first aaRS found to use two evolutionarily unrelated editing domains,” they state. “The functional convergence between the two ThrRS editing domains is highlighted by the observation that both depend on an absolutely conserved set of histidine residues for their function.”1Korencic et al., “A freestanding proofreading domain is required for protein synthesis quality control in Archaea,” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 10.1073/pnas.0403926101.For a cell to be able to proofread at all is a profound morsel of food for thought. How proofreading could emerge by chance is challenge for Darwinian evolution to explain, but for it to have arisen twice by different means is vastly more improbable (see online book).(Visited 5 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0
Even though some folks have questioned the market viability of green prefab construction, its design aspects still have legs, especially if we’re talking about the net-zero-energy design concept being developed by Specht Harpman, an architecture firm with offices in New York City and Austin, Texas.Specht Harpman’s ZeroHouse quite literally sports four stainless steel anchors where the foundation sill would be on a conventional home. The anchors are intended to eliminate the need for excavation, help reduce the intrusiveness of the house on the land, and more easily accommodate challenging topography, including shallow water.Renderings of the project have prompted some observers to compare ZeroHouse to a lunar landing module or a space traveler’s way station. As currently designed, the structure is in fact quite small – about 650 square feet of interior space, with two outdoor decks providing another 250 square feet. But its energy and water-supply systems are expected perform to green extremes – completely off the grid and unattached to a municipal water supply or public waste-disposal system.ZeroHouse also is designed to be shipped easily and assembled quickly, features that, when combined with its self-sufficiency, making it suitable for use in remote areas.Ready to buildThe firm’s principals, Scott Specht and Louise Harpman, told the Austin American-Statesman that the firm is now pitching its design to prospective investors in eco-friendly Austin who would be willing to risk $300,000 to $350,000 to construct a prototype and live in it.“The off-grid model has the most challenges, so that’s the test case we designed for,” explained Specht, who said he developed and refined plans for ZeroHouse in his spare time over a 10-year period. “We think that the value is in the complete self-sufficiency, the absolutely minimal environmental and site impact, and the fact that this would be a model for what can be done — a ‘first adapter’ demonstration of the ultimate in green living.”ZeroHouses produced as a line of factory-built homes, Specht added, would cost significantly less than the prototype.The marketability questionSolar panels provide electricity. Rainwater is collected in four 550-gallon cisterns, which are serviced by a special collection system and a filtration system that makes the water suitable for drinking. The house also is equipped with an automated composting system, triple-glazed windows, and high-efficiency air-conditioning and heat exchange systems.In the American-Statesman story, the co-founder and president of energy efficiency specialist Davis Energy Group, David Springer, noted that ZeroHouse “is a bit futuristic and might be difficult to market.” But Springer, like others asked to comment on the project, praised its far-reaching, self-sustaining efficiency and prefab strategy.Whether the ultramodern appearance of the house is marketable remains to be seen (Specht and Harpman note that the futuristic look was deliberate), but many people in the building industry say the project is exemplary.Said Michael Webber, an assistant professor of mechanical engineering at University of Texas and co-director of the Clean Energy Incubator at UT: “When we get society’s best designers tackling society’s biggest problems, that’s a good sign, and it’s cause for celebration.”
Rene Pacquiao. PBA IMAGESFor someone who had little time to prepare for his debut game in the big stage, Rene Pacquiao came in and made the most of his opportunities.The second cousin of eight division world boxing champion Manny Pacquiao impressed in his first try in the PBA, battling the likes of Justin Brownlee, Japeth Aguilar, and Joe Devance on Friday.ADVERTISEMENT Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next And with the famed Pacquiao in attendance, Rene did all he could to deliver for Mahindra, finishing with six points and a rebound in his eight minutes on the floor.Unfortunately, his debut came with non-bearing consequences, as the Floodbuster closed their 2017 PBA Commissioner’s Cup campaign with 94-80 defeat to Ginebra.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completionSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutBut Pacquiao’s efforts didn’t go unnoticed, with coach Chris Gavina admitting that he’s a fan of the 6-foot-5 big man.“Rene came in and was ready. Few guys can come in ready on a big stage against a team like Ginebra and go out there and be productive, so I give him a whole lot of credit for not shying away from the big moment and stepping up with the limited minutes he had,” he said. MOST READ Pumaren relishes GlobalPort’s unexpected crack at playoff berth Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss PLAY LIST 02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games Palace: Duterte to hear out security execs on alleged China control of NGCP BREAKING: Cop killed, 11 hurt in Misamis Oriental grenade blast Lacson: SEA Games fund put in foundation like ‘Napoles case’ Pacquiao was drafted 25th in the 2014 PBA Draft by the franchise, but languished largely as a practice player before playing for a short while with MP Hotel in the PBA D-League.However, Gavina is adamant to the management to keep the window of opportunity open for the 30-year-old.“I told management to keep him in the active lineup,” he said. “Let me develop him, let our coaches develop him, and who knows? We may have a Pacquiao superstar in basketball as well.”ADVERTISEMENT LATEST STORIES Every 18 seconds someone is diagnosed with HIV View comments BSP survey: PH banks see bright horizon amid dark global recession clouds Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Pagasa: Storm intensifies as it nears PAR BREAKING: Cop killed, 11 hurt in Misamis Oriental grenade blast Cayetano dares Lacson, Drilon to take lie-detector test: Wala akong kinita sa SEA Games
LATEST STORIES And even though the Pirates played for the third-best spot in the tournament, head coach Topex Robinson wanted his team to play as if it was their last game.“We’re not looking at this game as a third or fourth place game, I told them this is part of the season and I told them to not fall into the trap that this is just a game for the third place,” said Robinson.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completionSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutThe Pirates pressed on early against the Heavy Bombers’ offense to come away with nine steals and that constant pressure led to eight turnover points for Lyceum.CJ Perez led the charge for the Pirates with 14 points, seven rebounds, and three steals while Harry Nzeusseu had 12 points and 14 boards. MOST READ Ervin Grospe had a game-high 17 points to lead JRU. Cayetano to unmask people behind ‘smear campaign’ vs him, SEA Games Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netLyceum of the Philippines University ended its campaign in the Filoil Flying V Preseason Premier Cup on a high note after it upended Jose Rizal University, 82-75, for third place Sunday at Filoil Flying V Centre in San Juan.The Pirates were firmly in control of the match never conceding a lead since the opening tip and the Heavy Bombers were forced to play on their heels against Lyceum’s constant attack.ADVERTISEMENT Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss PLAY LIST 02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next For the complete collegiate sports coverage including scores, schedules and stories, visit Inquirer Varsity. WATCH: Firefighters rescue baby seal found in parking garage View comments Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. 1 dead in Cavite blast, fire Heart Evangelista admits she’s pregnant… with chicken Lacson: SEA Games fund put in foundation like ‘Napoles case’ Ethel Booba on hotel’s clarification that ‘kikiam’ is ‘chicken sausage’: ‘Kung di pa pansinin, baka isipin nila ok lang’ What ‘missteps’? Mapua beats Ateneo for Filoil juniors title; NU wins bronze World’s 50 Best Restaurants launches new drinking and dining guide