Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York The ex-manger of one of Long Island’s most popular high-end steak houses has been accused of stealing nearly a quarter million dollars from the company over the past five years.Barry Pearlstein, who has since moved to Florida, was charged with grand larceny and falsifying business records.Nassau County police said the 70-year-old stole $230,000 when he engaged in a scheme to under-report sales and other items to reduce cash deposit amounts while he was the manager of Ruth Chris Steak House in Garden City from Jan. 1, 2009 to June 18, 2014.The restaurant’s management reported the alleged thefts, which sparked an investigation by the Nassau County District Attorney’s office and Crimes Against Property Squad detectives.The suspect surrendered to authorities this week. Judge Joy Watson set bail for Pearlstein at $25,000 cash or bond. He faces up to 15 years in prison, if convicted.
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For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: The Australian women’s cricket team is record-breakers when it comes to ICC World events. They have won the 50-over World Cup six times. On Saturday, at North Sound Antigua, they secured a record fourth World T20 title by crushing England in the final. The Southern Stars bowled England out for a paltry 105 and they chased the target to win the contest by eight wickets. This is Australia’s second World T20 win in the West Indies, having won the title in 2010. Remarkably, in the last time England took on Australia in the final, it was in the 2014 World T20 in Bangladesh and remarkably, they were bowled out for 105 and the target was achieved in 15.1 overs.Read More | Bangladesh continue stellar Test run, beat West Indies in first TestAustralia’s march to the title owed a lot to the all-round efforts of Ashleigh Gardner, the 21-year-old off spinner. Her efforts, combined with consistent contributions from the other Australian bowlers negated the advantage England had after opting to bat. Ellyse Perry and Megan Schutt struck early blows and it was left to Danielle Wyatt and skipper Heather Knight to steady the ship.Read More | Mithali Raj’s manager lashes out at India skipper Harmanpreet KaurHowever, Gardner removed Wyatt for 43 when the batter drilled a flighted delivery to extra cover only for Meg Lanning to take a fantastic catch. With Wyatt’s dismissal, England lost seven wickets for 41 runs, with Gardner accounting for skipper Knight and Anya Shrubsole. The England tail folded cheaply and they were bundled out for 105, with Gardner taking 3/22.In response, Australia started aggressively with Alyssa Healy and Beth Mooney sharing a 29-run opening stand. Healy fell for 22 when Sophie Ecclestone breached her defences while Mooney tried to steer Danielle Hazell to third man but ended up edging to the keeper. However, Gardner, having hurt England with the ball, hurt the opposition with the bat as well and she was given good support by Lanning.Gardner broke the shackles by launching Knight over deep midwicket and Australia came closer to the target when Gardner launched Kirstie Gordon over long on for two sixes in one over and victory was sealed in the 16th over when Lanning tapped Natalie Sciver to point for a quick single to spark wild celebrations in the Australian camp.Speaking after the win, Lanning said the calmness displayed by the team was outstanding. “I think this is a very satisfying win. We knew we could change a few things and we are a very calm group and I think we showed that tonight. The girls have been outstanding and the support staff has been excellent,” Lanning said.On the loss, England skipper Knight said it was a competitive wicket but the total was not challenging enough. “We just lost wickets at the key time and we lost momentum and we didn’t put a competitive total on the board,” Knight rued.
How can I watch Lakers vs. Timberwolves on TV?The game will be broadcast on TNT.How can I stream Lakers vs. Timberwolves?You can stream the Lakers-Timberwolves game on fuboTV (7-day free trial).Where will Lakers vs. Timberwolves be played?The Lakers-Timberwolves matchup will take place at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, Calif. The Lakers and Timberwolves will face off Thursday in Los Angeles. The Lakers enter the game with a 25-23 record, good for ninth place in the Western Conference. The Timberwolves are also struggling this season at 23-24, currently occupying the 11th spot in the West. The Lakers and Timberwolves have played each other three times already this season, with Minnesota winning two of those contests. WATCH: Lakers vs. Timberwolves live or on-demand with fuboTV (7-day free trial)Los Angeles has not been the same since LeBron James was ruled out with a groin injury in December. The Lakers have lost four of their last six games, and now point guard Lonzo Ball is down with an ankle injury. Rajon Rondo, however, is expected to return after missing 14 games. The Timberwolves have won their last two games, both victories over the Suns. The team is 4-3 since Ryan Saunders took over as head coach following the firing of Tom Thibodeau. The Wolves have been getting a boost from Karl-Anthony Towns, who is averaging 22.5 points and 12.3 rebounds this season. Here is what you need to know to catch the Lakers-Timberwolves game:When is Lakers vs. Timberwolves?The Lakers and Timberwolves will meet on Thursday, Jan. 24 at 10:30 p.m. ET.
Pairs of semi-finals of BiH handball Cup, which will be played in Čapljina were drawn today, reports sportsport.baThe first match will be played between Sloga and Borac while the second match will be played between the host Čapljina and Bosna BH Telecom from Sarajevo.The finals of the tournament will be played on 27 and 28 April 2013.
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0Shares0000Gor Mahia fans celebrate Jacques Tuyisenge’s goal against Petro Atletico during their CAF Confederations Cup Group D match at the Kasarani Stadium on March 17, 2019. PHOTO/Raymond MakhayaNAIROBI, Kenya, Mar 29 – The body mandated to run government owned sports facilities in the country, Sports Kenya, has bowed to social media pressure and allowed Gor Mahia to use the Moi Sports Centre Kasarani for their CAF Confederations Cup quarter final match against RS Berkane on April 7.In a statement released by its Director General Pius Metto on Friday evening Sports Kenya say they have asked the Kenya Association of Manufacturers (KAM) to end their shopping expo that was to run from April 3-7, a day before. This means that the Kasarani Stadium will be available for Gor to use on Sunday April 7th.The same director general had earlier on written to Gor Mahia telling them to ‘either use Meru or Machakos’ as they had made prior arrangements with KAM to have the expo at the stadium and that stance was not about to change.This is despite Kasarani, constructed in 1987 to host the All Africa Games being a Sports Complex and first priority always given to sporting events.Social media had gone bonkers entire Friday afternoon with football lovers protesting the decision to push Gor to the second-grade Machakos stadium and give priority to KAM who have almost zero connection to sports.Sports Kenya had attempted to flex their muscles shutting down the calls for them to consider their primary role of promoting sports in the country, but the power of Kenyans on Tiwtter ultimately became too much for them to bear.0Shares0000(Visited 6 times, 1 visits today)
Two Indian American siblings have filed a lawsuit against a New York-based funeral home for mixing up the ashes of two people, following which their deceased father’s ashes were given to members of some other family, who then immersed them in Ganga river in India.Susan and Sunil, the adult children of late Sarup Sharma, filed a lawsuit in Nassau County Supreme Court on Aug. 13, saying that the Long Island-based Lake Ronkonkoma Moloney Funeral Home accidentally mixed up the remains of their father with another deceased man of same last name, the New York Post reported.Calling this mix-up “reckless and negligent,” the lawsuit said that the children of Sarup Sharma had to go through “mental anguish” as this mistake on the part of funeral home deprived them of “solace and comfort” and “the right to dispose of their father’s remains as they choose,” the report added.Sarup Sharma died on Feb. 3, 2017 at Jamaica Hospital Medical Center in Queens, according to the lawsuit, Newsday reported. The family children hired Moloney Family Funeral Homes for the funeral and cremation services, and for safekeeping of their father’s ashes until they could travel to India.Funeral home officials did not explain to the brother and sister how the mistake occurred, the report cited Oscar Michelen of Mineola, the family’s attorney, as saying.In September 2017, the funeral home gave the ashes of Sarup Sharma to a different grieving family, which was seeking the remains of its deceased member named Shashi Sharma. After getting the ashes, the family traveled to India and immersed them in Ganga.The mistake came to the light after Sarup’s children contacted the funeral home and told them about their planned trip to India. Moloney officials informed them in November 2017 that the ashes were mistakenly given to a wrong family.Shashi’s family got his ashes and traveled to India once again to immerse them in Ganga, while the siblings were deprived of their father’s remains.The funeral home apologized to the grieving families for the emotional trouble caused to them and assured them that they are committed to prevent any such happening in future.“Once we learned of the situation, we immediately reached out to both families to express our remorse and assure them of our full cooperation during this difficult time,” Katherine Heaviside, the funeral home’s spokesperson said, the publication reported. “We have reviewed all of our procedures and have taken steps to further strengthen our protocols to ensure that we maintain the full trust and confidence of the families we serve, as we have for the last 85 years,” she added.The funeral home offered to bear the expense of Shashi Sharma’s family’s second trip to India, the report cited Heaviside as saying. Related ItemsIndian AmericanNew York