Gerhard Richter via Marian Goodman Gallery
Starting today, the Marian Goodman Gallery in Paris debuts Gerhard Ritcher’s new exhibition. The 75 year-old artist is widely considered Germany’s top contemporary artist. A retrospective of Richter’s work is also concurrently on display at the Baden Baden Gallery in Germany. The Marian Goodman exhibition runs until the 1st of March.
Dayton Daily News (Dayton, OH) April 25, 2012 COLLEGE BASEBALL WSU rallies in 9th to beat Dayton FAIRBORN — A Tristan Moore two-run single in the bottom of the ninth lifted Wright State (27-13) to a 7-6 win over Dayton at Nischwitz Stadium on Military Appreciation Night.
In the bottom of the ninth, Sam Picchiotti led off with a single up the middle, and Jake Hibberd followed by chopping a hit into left after faking a bunt. Zach Tanner then hit a grounder to third that looked to be a potential double play, but the Flyers were only able to force out Picchiotti at third.
A balk call moved both Hibberd and Tanner into scoring position and Moore delivered the game-winner, singling through the left side to plate both runners.
Moore’s first-inning triple was the 16th in his career, tying Phil Long (1993-96) for the most in WSU history. Hibberd hit his eighth home run in the fifth. Day-ton fell to 19-23.
NFL Light’s retirement becomes official The New England Patriots officially placed veteran offensive lineman Matt Light, a Greenville High School graduate, on the reserve/retired list Tuesday, ESPN reported. this web site ohio christian university
It means Light’s retirement is official. The move has been anticipated for more than a month.
Light, 33, played his entire career with the Patriots after the team selected him in the second round of the 2001 draft, serving as quarterback Tom Brady’s blindside protector. Light was a first-team All-Pro in 2007 and a member of the AFC Pro Bowl team in 2006 and ’07.
- Former Dallas Cowboys star Deion Sanders has been charged with misdemeanor simple assault in the wake of an altercation with his estranged wife that got her arrested at their mansion in suburban Dal-las, police said Tuesday. The charge doesn’t warrant arrest.
NFL Tebow speaking at Ohio schools CINCINNATI — New York Jets quarterback Tim Tebow is visiting two Christian universities in Ohio this week for a leadership forum and a discussion about “faith and football.” He appeared Tuesday night as part of the forum at Ohio Christian University in Circleville in southeast Ohio. Tonight he’ll speak to a packed house at Cincinnati Christian University.
Cincinnati Christian spokesman Steve Carr said about 2,000 people are expected to hear Tebow in a discussion and evening fundraising banquet.
Carr said donors covered the cost of bringing the Heisman Trophy winner to the school. Tebow’s talks there aren’t open to reporters.
COLLEGE HOCKEY Miami to play ND in outdoor game The Miami University hockey team will play an outdoor game at Soldier Field in Chicago next season against Notre Dame, according to WSBT-TV in South Bend, Ind.
The game is scheduled for Sunday, Feb. 17, 2013, as part of a doubleheader that also will feature a game between Wisconsin and Minnesota, the report said.
Drew Russell, the associate vice president of Inter-sport, the Chicago-based sports and entertainment marketing company which is organizing the event, told the TV station that the game will be a home game for the RedHawks. web site ohio christian university
NBA World Peace gets seven-game ban Los Angeles Lakers forward Metta World Peace — the artist formerly known as Ron Artest — has been suspended for seven games after his vicious elbow to the head of James Harden during a Sunday game at Staples Center left the Oklahoma City Thunder guard with a concussion.
“The concussion suffered by James Harden demonstrates the danger posed by violent acts of this kind, particularly when they are directed at the head area,” NBA commissioner David Stern said.
ODDS & ENDS Devils force 7th game with win NHL: Travis Zajac scored at 5:39 of overtime, and the New Jersey Devils avoided elimination and sent yet another Eastern Conference first-round series to a seventh game with a 3-2 victory over the Florida Panthers.
College softball: Dayton lost twice at Ohio University, 10-7 and 15-8. Freshman Jordan Jennings had a home run and four RBIs for the Flyers.
Soccer: Despite going a man and two goals down in the first half, Chelsea pulled off one of the unlikeliest comebacks in Champions League history, earning a 2-2 draw against Barcelona. It sent the London club into the final and eliminated the defending champion.
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