Football occupied Josip Juraj Strossmayer Square from June 14 to July 15 with the food and football festival – Foodballerka. In addition to football, this extremely green oasis in the city center becomes the seat of diverse gastronomic and musical pleasures.Foodballerka is a model of sports tourism, which, in addition to gastronomic and entertainment offerings, is an urban mix of smaller events that go beyond just a sports competition and put emphasis on socializing and gathering.In addition to watching the football matches of the Croatian national team at the 2018 World Cup, at the Foodballerka, various caterers will present their dishes with original specialties adapted to fans of the most important side things in the world. In other words, visitors can expect a rich offer of fast food such as burgers, desserts, salads, snacks and other treats that are eaten with the feet. According to the organizers, Strossmayer Square is becoming a synonym for an excellent street food offer, and renowned Zagreb caterers will present their offer at as many as 20 houses. Time, Wurst bar, The GardenBar & Kitchen, T&T, RougeMarin, Kitchen & GrillPlac, OLI house, Milky, Coctail bar by Rakijarnica & Mangosta, Jamnica gemišt bar, Haustor Haus, Gost & Ona, Good Food, Gingle Bells, 50 A will open their houses in the park. Burger & Champagne Bar, El Toro, BarBaQ, Gummenyak and Pommes Frites.Also, for the first time, the Craft beer offer of the Garden Brewery brewery is opening at the Festival, and travel writer Tomislav Perko will demonstrate his skills in making cocktails and fruit salads. For the youngest, the organizers have prepared a carefully designed program in which they will be able to enjoy a children’s corner in various games and workshops. In addition, for the first time, mothers in the HIPP children’s zone will be able to change diapers for their youngest and buy baby food at promotional prices, while a special space is provided for breastfeeding mothers.Visitors can expect a rich music program which, in addition to the TBF concert, also includes performances by the groups PsihomodoPop, Soul Stash, One Dread, B and the Bops, Kuzma & Shaka Zulu, The Sick Brothers, Gustafi and Songkillers. The organizers also announce the performances of numerous DJs such as Phat Phillie, Tom Polo, WilliamCollins, Didi and Slavin Balin.Interested Festival can follow on his network headquarters i na Facebook page. The working hours of the cottage are from Monday to Thursday from 12 to 23 o’clock, on Friday from 12 to 1 o’clock, on Saturday from 11 to 1 o’clock and on Sunday from 11 to 23 o’clock. Admission to the Festival is free.Play it safe. Only quality content is always a winning formula. And that this great story is more than successful, take a look at the picture gallery that speaks for itself.
BATESVILLE, Ind. — Batesville High School Senior, Nathan Batta, has been selected as a 2017 Regional Academic All-Star.Batta is one of 50 students to be recognized as a Regional winner in the program.Batta and the other students will be recognized at a luncheon on Tuesday, April 25, in Indianapolis.After graduation, Batta plans to attend the United States Military Academy at West Point.
Is it any surprise that the NHL’s 2018-19 regular-season goals leader has already scored his first postseason marker?After 51 goals, Capitals captain Alexander Ovechkin netted Washington’s third and final goal of the first period Thursday, staking the defending Stanley Cup champions to a comfortable early lead. The power-play goal came as Ovechkin corraled a loose puck, evaded his own teammate Tom Wilson and went five-hole on Hurricanes goaltender Petr Mrazek. Alex Ovechkin Power Play Playoff Goal. God that feels good to say. #ALLCAPS #CapsCanes pic.twitter.com/l8b1G1VsXV— Washington Capitals (@Capitals) April 12, 2019The goal was Ovechkin’s 62nd career playoff score, tying him for 27th all-time with Hall of Famer Bobby Hull, per NHL Public Relations. His next goal will tie him with the Penguins’ Evgeni Malkin, as long as he does not score in Pittsburgh’s game on Friday.In 24 postseason contests last season, Ovechkin led all players with 15 goals, passing John Druce for the most playoff goals in a season single in Capitals history. Washington held on for a 4-2 win over the Canes and will go for a 2-0 series lead when the series resumes Saturday afternoon.