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The Marlins concluded a series against the Phillies on Sunday and were set to return home to Miami for Monday’s home opener against the Baltimore Orioles. Instead, the Marlins will not leave Philadelphia until Monday, and are set to get to Miami hours before their scheduled game. “We were more comfortable flying as a group later,” manager Don Mattingly said, via Steven Wine of the Associated Press. “We’re talking about these guys traveling back home to their families and their kids, and it’s the reason we want to be safe.”Multiple Marlins players, including scheduled Sunday starter Jose Urena, reportedly tested positive for the virus.
- The UK's first float-in movie theater is coming to London this September.
- will be located on Regent's Canal in Paddington, and will consist of an LED screen, 16 eco-boats on the river, plus socially distanced deck chairs on land.
- Upon arrival, guests will captain their self-drive vessel around Little Venice before mooring at Merchant Square to enjoy the movie.
- They can also get popcorn and freshly-cooked pasta from a pop-up waterside kitchen.
- The movie line-up includes "Anchorman," and "Pretty Woman," "Frozen."
The UK's first float-in open-air movie theater is coming to London this September.
Rob Manfred: Marlins' COVID-19 outbreak not a 'nightmare situation'
It’s hard to call this anything but a terrible outcome for MLB, whose season just kicked off and looks less certain than ever to finish, but Manfred’s taking an optimistic approach for the time being. He insisted (via Jordan McPherson of the Miami Herald) that this is not “a nightmare situation” for the sport.Subscribe to Yardbarker's Morning Bark, the most comprehensive newsletter in sports. Customize your email to get the latest news on your favorite sports, teams and schools. Emailed daily.
Situated on Regent's Canal in Paddington,will have a 6 x 3 meter hi-res LED screen positioned for an audience split between boats and deck chairs.
There will be 16 eco-boats each seating six to eight, plus socially distanced chairs on land, providing seating for 128 people in total.
The line-up of movies includes "Anchorman," "Pretty Woman," "Frozen," Dirty Dancing," "La La Land," "A Star Is Born," and even "Titanic."
Upon arrival, guests will captain their self-drive vessel around Little Venice before mooring at Merchant Square to enjoy the movie.
In order to minimize disturbance to others in the area, audio will be played through sanitized wireless headphones.
Guests can order snacks including popcorn and freshly cooked Italian food from artisan pasta chef RaviOllie, who is launching a pop-up waterside kitchen for the movie theater.
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Porter also claimed he has never received a vaccine in his life. Murray noted that the University of Missouri, where Porter played college ball, requires all students to be up to date on certain immunizations. However, there are medical and religious waivers. Porter Jr. ended his response to the question with the following: "It is a serious thing. It's a real thing but this is being overblown." — Clevis Murray (@ClevisMurray) July 29, 2020 It’s possible Porter Jr. hasn’t been vaccinated. According to the University of Missouri website, students can apply for a medical or religious waiver.
Openaire's cinema launches on September 2 and has, both afternoon and evening, listed until the end of the month, with prices starting from £16.50 ($21.60) for a deck chair and £34 ($44.50) per person for a boat for eight people.
In accordance with UK social distancing guidelines, bookings will be restricted to six individuals from different households per six-person boat, or two households in total per larger boat.
While a first in London, the movie theater is not the first of its kind globally. In July this year, Paris launched a river cinema with attendees watching from boats for one night only, as.
Hundreds of Chinese fishing boats lurking off South America add to fears about a future war for fish .
Illegal fishing is a serious concern, but experts and officials say the competition for resources that drives it could spark a more violent conflict.Ecuador's navy in late July identified about 260 vessels, many of them Chinese-flagged, just outside the Galapagos Islands marine reserve. Chinese fleets have fished in the area during the summers since 2017, but the size this year — now over 300 vessels — appears unprecedented.