New art on Central Avenue; Stevens among nation’s best for mid-career salary potential

Central Avenue outdoor gallery adds installations

The Central Avenue SID Management Corporation has announced five new art installations on schedule for installation on Central Avenue, bringing to seven the number of art installations in 2020. This is the highest number of installations to go up in a single calendar year since the program began in 2009.

During the COVID-19 pandemic, Central Avenue added two new traffic box designs. Artist Michael Cooper and his wife Diana added “Together Again and Again” located off of Central Avenue and Bower Street, a piece to signify unity between communities.

Artist Brianna McMaster added inspiring words of affirmation on her street art “I Am” located off Central Avenue and Thorne Street. The artwork is meant to bring positive energy to those walking on the Avenue.

More large murals are on the way continuing with artist John Guevara “Be Water” located on 318 Central Ave., (Dunkin

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Lakers reportedly want career-ending injury exception on Luol Deng’s salary, but are facing an uphill battle

Luol Deng hasn’t played for the Lakers since Oct. 19, 2017, but for the next several weeks, he is perhaps the single most important player to their offseason plans. The Lakers signed Deng to a four-year, $72 million contract in 2016. In 2018, they used the stretch provision to waive that contract and spread the remaining cap hit over several years. The Lakers still owe Deng $10 million, which is split into $5 million increments over the next two seasons and is guaranteed to be paid to Deng no matter what, but according to The Athletic’s Shams Charania, the Lakers have requested a career-ending injury application in the hopes of clearing that money off of their cap sheet. 

Why does that matter? There are two major reasons, one for each of the next two offseasons:

  • If the Lakers want to use the Non-Taxpayer Mid-Level Exception on a free agent this
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With $1 salary, Joe Moglia may be the biggest bargain in college football

On any given day, Joe Moglia could spend some of his time working on a $26 billion merger, being interviewed on CNBC, strategizing future non-conference football games for Coastal Carolina or advising a player about their future employment prospects.

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The one thing Moglia won’t do is go watch practice. 

“I still get a little emotional when I’m around the guys,” Moglia said. “And I don’t need that.” 

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Truth be told, Moglia doesn’t really need any of this. Whatever point he set out to prove to himself and the world back in 2009 when he stepped down as CEO of online brokerage firm TD Ameritrade to become a football coach, he’s

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Types of Careers Listed by Industry, Job, and Salary

Are you checking out career options, looking for a new career, or thinking about changing jobs? The more you learn about possible options, the easier it will be to decide whether you’re interested in a particular job or industry. You might discover that you love a job, or you might find that it’s something you’d never want to do. It’s always a good idea to take time to explore career opportunities, regardless of whether you’re just starting out or at mid-career looking for something different the next time around.

Here’s some information on a variety of different careers, organized by industry. You can also check out lists of careers organized by other categories, such as type of position (seasonal, part-time, etc.), and explore jobs that pay particularly well.

You will learn the steps you need to take to enter a particular career field, what types of qualifications you will need

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