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Catchy colloquia singer Eric Geso has ditched his manager Sonie Grant, according to multiples sources.Speaking to LIB Life, sources said for the past four and half weeks, the artist has neither communicated with nor responded to Sonie, “which clear shows that he no longer feels comfortable working with her.”To make matters worse, Eric released a single more than a week ago without her knowledge, “which has never be done before since she signed him,” our sources added.“Right now, the artist sees DJ Flexz as his manager. He communicates with Flexz on a day daily basis. He believes that Flexz is the one who is ready to help put his career in the spotlight; he often says that he owes Flexz everything, not Sonie.”The sources revealed that the only reason Eric is not coming public with this breakup news is that he knows that he is still signed to Sonie, “but the artist is doing everything possible to finalize the breakup.”They said “Eric and Flexz are very smart, both guys are playing their cards nicely and soon it will work out. We have tried to talk to Eric to reconsider his decision but he still insists that his mind is made up.“Action speaks louder than words. As we speak, things have deteriorated and Sonie was recently known to be trying to hire a lawyer to take issues against Eric. But due to some reasons, she did not. She is watching with an eagle’s eye. Right now, she is giving Eric the benefit of the doubt and sooner she will explode.”Meanwhile, the breakdown between Sonie Grant and DJ Flexz, who booked the artist for a month long Australia concert, stated when she alleged that Flexz dupe her of US$7,000 as the artist’s performance fees for the concert, which Flexz denied.However, in a Facebook exchange, Flexz agreed to pay the amount in two installments.When contacted, we couldn’t get Eric as his number was off. But his manager, Sonie, confirmed that she has not heard from him in a while.“He has released one song without my knowledge,” Sonie said.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
The theme was no grand leap for a man with stellar pirate bona fides. A tattoo that reads “Yo ho, yo ho, it’s a pirate’s life for me” is hidden from clients who visit his Granada Hills office, but a skull-and-crossbones on his desk is not. At Duncan’s Bridgeport home, a convincing life-size figure aptly named Cutthroat Bill is posed charging up a rope suspended in a lofty stairwell. Bill’s mateys, Pete and Capt. Hook, are in the dining room. The home’s decor is plank wood floors, dark shutters and faux stone archways. Duncan’s business partner, Harry Geozian, recently came back from Charleston, S.C., with the gift of a pirate hat. The drive to fund hospital services stems from long hours spent commuting to see his wife, Kathy, who was hospitalized and undergoing cancer treatment outside the valley. “We had to go to Northridge Hospital (Medical Center) and UCLA, that’s the whole reason I got involved with the charity,” he said. “I think it’s important we have a hospital (here) that can take care of every aspect of health issues.” All the while Duncan worked and cared for the couple’s two children, now 19 and 21. Kathy, who died from the illness, also underwent treatment at Newhall Memorial, which offers surgery, radiation, including tomotherapy, and chemotherapy, and is affiliated with numerous specialty groups. Geozian said his partner’s humor eased Kathy’s sadness when her long blond hair shed from chemotherapy. “He shaved his head,” Geozian said. “He made it less painful for her. He cared less about how he looked and about what people thought of him and more about making her … happy, less sad.” Jewelry may be dropped off at Newhall Memorial’s Foundation Office through the end of April, and Duncan will be present this Friday from noon to 3 p.m. The auction at the Frontier Toyota-Henry Mayo “Drive Safe” Golf Classic netted $55,000 last year and organizers are aiming for $65,000 this year, said Chris Luechtefeld, co-chairman of the event. Last year’s proceeds from the entire tournament totalled $287,000, and Luechtefeld’s goal is to raise $380,000 this year. The 180 slots for participants are almost sold out. For further information call the Newhall Memorial Health Foundation office at (661) 253-8082. [email protected] (661) 257-5255160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREOregon Ducks football players get stuck on Disney ride during Rose Bowl eventA spokeswoman for a jewelry trade group in New York applauded his ingenuity. “I think that sounds like a wonderful idea, it’s basically recycling the jewelry,” said Colleen Mathis, of the nonprofit Jewelry Information Center. “It’s bringing new light to peoples’ eyes as far as the jewelry’s concerned.” Gold was selling for $600 an ounce last Thursday, according to a San Fernando Valley outlet that buys coins and jewelry. Values per ounce vary based on purity, with 24-carat items ranking at the top, 10-carat at the bottom. The hospital cannot afford to provide appraisals for inexpensive items, but would consider doing so for costlier ones. Those wishing to claim a charitable contribution on a tax return would need to submit a 1040 tax form with a Schedule A for itemized deductions, said Victor Omelczenko, an Internal Revenue Service spokesman. SANTA CLARITA – A benevolent pirate enthusiast hopes to parlay his penchant for booty into helping sick people get well. Racking his brain for new ways to raise money for a local hospital charity event, Steven Duncan devised a plan: Get people to donate unwearable jewelry languishing in a jewelry box, convert it into cash, buy one exquisite item and auction it off. “A lot of people have old jewelry, a pinkie ring from the ’70s, an earring you lost the mate to,” said Steven Duncan, a mortgage broker who has a pirate tattoo, a skull-and-crossbones on his desk and a home decorated with pirate regalia. “It is a way for people in the Santa Clarita Valley who have a family member who benefitted from the hospital to give back.” Money raised at the 33rd annual charity golf tournament and auction slated for May 20 at the Valencia Country Club will help fund trauma and emergency services at Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital.
Advertisement Dec 28, 2017; Orlando, FL, USA; Detroit Pistons head coach Stan Van Gundy disagrees with an officials call during the second half against the Orlando Magic at Amway Center. Mandatory Credit: Reinhold Matay-USA TODAY SportsAdvertisementFormer Pistons coach Stan Van Gundy says he is feeling “lost” after not finding another coaching job since parting ways with Detroit at the end of last season.Speaking to the Real Talk Basketball with Rex Walters podcast, Van Gundy admitted he is considering retirement or semi-retirement after no opportunities came his way following his departure from the Detroit Pistons.Dec 28, 2017; Orlando, FL, USA; Detroit Pistons head coach Stan Van Gundy disagrees with an officials call during the second half against the Orlando Magic at Amway Center. Mandatory Credit: Reinhold Matay-USA TODAY Sports“If I could get a job [for next season], I had planned to coach. Now, I really don’t know,” Van Gundy said, via ESPN. “I’m really lost right now. I don’t have an idea. My wife wants me to retire.“I want to do something, but if I’m not coaching, I don’t want to work too hard. If I’m going to be grinding, then I want to coach. If I’m not going to be coaching, I want to be semi-retired, at least. I really don’t know.”After four seasons with Detroit, Van Gundy and the Pistons parted ways in May. Since then, he hasn’t been linked to any openings at all, and with all vacancies now filled, it’s safe to say he won’t be coaching at the NBA level to start the 2018-19 season.Van Gundy, who has also coached the Miami Heat and Orlando Magic, has a career record of 523-384.Also Read-NBA: Jahlil Okafor agrees to deal with New Orleans Pelicans
Kolkata: Baruipur Central Correctional Home (BCCH) has come up with several modern facilities for the inmates, as well as foolproof security for them. The state Correctional Administration (CA) department has developed the BCCH as a model correctional home which was inaugurated by Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee last year.A senior official of the CA department that the inmates are getting three star facilities in the Baruipur central correctional home. Two televisions have been set up on two opposite sides of walls so that the inmates can enjoy various TV programmes. Also Read – Bengal family worships Muslim girl as Goddess Durga in Kumari PujaChicken, fish and eggs are provided to the inmates on respective days. The BCCH has already been equipped with several facilities like a modern kitchen, a big dining space and more space for the inmates. The inmates of the Alipore Central Correctional Home (ACCH) were already shifted to Baruipur. Some more facilities are coming up. To ensure enough security and for better surveillance, a large number of CCTVs have been installed at Baruipur central correctional home. The CA department has given special emphasis on security at BCCH and have taken all possible measures for a fooproof security mechanism. According to a senior official of the department, steps are being taken to develop all the correctional homes along the line of BCCH. There are plans to set up gymnasium and separate infrastructure for playing games like hockey, football and badminton in other correctional homes. There will be facilities of a library and also an auditorium for holding workshops for the inmates.