By Chuck Blount Published 12:36 pm CDT, Tuesday, September 3, 2019 Midnight Swim is the new name of the former Chisme restaurant and bar spot on St. Mary's. Midnight Swim is the new name of the former Chisme restaurant and bar spot on St. Mary's. Photo: Chuck Blount / Staff Photo: Chuck Blount / Staff Image 1 of / 4 Caption Close Image 1 of 4 Midnight Swim is the new name of the former Chisme restaurant and bar spot on St. Mary's. Midnight Swim is the new name of the former Chisme restaurant and bar spot on St. Mary's. Photo: Chuck Blount / Staff St. Mary’s Strip restaurant and bar undergoes name change 1 / 4 Back to Gallery Chisme, a Tex-Mex restaurant and bar on the St. … [Read more...] about St. Mary’s Strip restaurant and bar undergoes name change
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Nolan Bianchi The Detroit News Published 9:35 PM EDT May 24, 2019 Detroit — Orchard Lake St. Mary’s won its first Catholic League A-B Division championship Friday at Comerica Park, with a 2-1 victory over Detroit Catholic Central, on a walk-off single by Alex Mooney in the 10th inning. The walk-off hit to score Cole Sibley was the first of Mooney’s career. Prior to the 10th inning’s start, it was announced that the game would be suspended — and resumed on Tuesday — due to Comerica Park time restraints if neither team was able to win during the inning. Mooney, a Duke commit, said that the idea of having to finish the game at a later date was “definitely” used as motivation during his at-bat. “I don’t think anyone wants to go finish a one-inning game,” Mooney said. “We just wanted to get out of here with a win.” He made sure of that, passing on a curveball down in the zone before pouncing on … [Read more...] about Orchard Lake St. Mary’s, Liggett win Catholic baseball titles
At this point of the season, St. Mary’s girls’ basketball team is used to being on the winning end of blowouts.The Pirates stormed through the regular season with a 17-1 record, outscoring opponents by 30 points, on average, each night.And apparently, the postseason is no different.Through the first two games of the Class 3A state tournament the No. 1 Pirates claimed back-to-back home wins by 60- and 50-point margins of victory, respectively — including a 77-27 win over No. 17 Salida in the round of 16 Saturday. Close 1 of 19 Caption + St. Mary's junior Josephine Howery dribbles the ball past Salida senior Alejandra Godina in the Great 8 of the CHSAA Class 3A girls basketball tournament on Saturday, March 2, 2019 in Colorado Springs. (Photo by Dougal Brownlie, The Gazette). Dougal Brownlie The Gazette Facebook Twitter Email Print Show MoreShow Less Caption + St. Mary's basketball team prays before their … [Read more...] about No. 1 St. Mary’s makes statement, outscores opponents by 110 points through two rounds of 3A girls’ basketball tournament
By Chuck Blount Published 12:31 pm CST, Wednesday, February 20, 2019 Britta Moe and Regan Blaufarb are at The Lonesome Rose. Britta Moe and Regan Blaufarb are at The Lonesome Rose. Photo: Xelina Flores /Contributor Photo: Xelina Flores /Contributor Image 1 of / 9 Caption Close Image 1 of 9 Britta Moe and Regan Blaufarb are at The Lonesome Rose. Britta Moe and Regan Blaufarb are at The Lonesome Rose. Photo: Xelina Flores /Contributor Pub Crawl: Two-stepping on the St. Mary’s Strip at Lonesome Rose 1 / 9 Back to Gallery Snapshot: Some titles are just there for the taking. When the Lonesome Rose made its debut on St. Mary’s Street in November in the former Phantom Room … [Read more...] about Pub Crawl: Two-stepping on the St. Mary’s Strip at Lonesome Rose
By Hayley Munguia | [email protected] | Long Beach Press-TelegramPUBLISHED: February 15, 2019 at 6:23 pm | UPDATED: February 15, 2019 at 6:26 pm In the wake of this month’s $29 billion merger between Catholic Health Initiatives and Dignity Health, doctors at Long Beach’s St. Mary Medical Center — until now, solely operated by Dignity — have spent the past few weeks asking a fundamental question: Will it be possible to maintain the same level of care for patients? The doctors say the answer is likely no: Less than a week after the Feb. 1 merger, which formed new healthcare giant CommonSpirit Health, doctors sounded the alarm that the hospital’s administration was moving to terminate more than a dozen doctors’ contracts, which they said would ultimately undermine patient care. But this most recent outcry about the consolidation was far from the first. In fact, state Attorney General Xaviera Becerra, the public official charged with ensuring … [Read more...] about St. Mary’s in Long Beach is owned by a new $29 billion healthcare giant. How will that impact patients?