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Arts and culture in brief the week ahead in Costa Rica

first_imgRelated posts:Arts and culture in brief: the week ahead in Costa Rica 10 reasons to check out the first-ever Coca Cola Fest Arts, culture and Mother’s Day: the week ahead in Costa Rica Arts and culture in brief: the week ahead in Costa Rica While the full impact of Hurricane Otto is still less than certain at the time of this writing, and government offices and many other institutions plan to remain closed Friday, it does seem that in some parts of the country, cultural events this weekend will go ahead as scheduled.Lending a helping hand to those displaced or otherwise suffering from the impact of the hurricane will be at the top of many lists this weekend. If you’re looking to take further action on #Otto, check out the donation options listed here (end of article), particularly the Red Cross donation drive beginning today.The Sat Yoga Institute, a Costa Rican spiritual eco-community and wisdom school, is offering a public Arts, Culture and Spirituality Weekend at its facility in the mountains near Pérez Zeledón, in the Southern Zone. The institute’s research director, Shunyamurti, will lead activities including meditation, silent reflection and a variety of discussions, plus a staging of Anton Chekov’s “The Seagull” as the inspiration for the weekend (Saturday, November 25 – Sunday, November 27).As of this writing, it appears that the Kia Circuito Guanacaste de Surf 2017 PRO/AM this weekend at the Copa Witch’s Rock Surf Camp on Saturday and Sunday in Tamarindo has been postponed. We will update readers if we receive more information.Guns N’ Roses will play the National Stadium on Saturday night as part of their “Not in This Lifetime” tour, which reunites the band’s three founding members for the first time in 30 years. Tickets are still available if you can’t bear to miss Axl’s Costa Rican debut (Saturday, November 26).  Facebook Commentslast_img read more


first_img Comments   Share   Cardinals assistant head coach Russ Grimm is also in charge of the team’s offensive line.The same offensive line that paved the way for the Cardinals to pick up just 43 yards rushing last Sunday against Seattle, with just 27 of those coming from the team’s running backs. In a word, the run blocking was bad. In a stronger word, it was horrid.“We need to improve on the running game,” Grimm said. “We didn’t run the ball as well as we can run the ball.” Grimm said the line had an average game overall, as the pass blocking wasn’t particularly bad. But if the Cardinals are to be successful on offense they will need to fare better on the ground, which will be especially tricky against New England this week.“The two big boys on the inside, they’ve got a stellar front seven,” Grimm said of the Patriots.New England runs a base 4-3 defense with Vince Wilfork and Kyle Love anchoring the middle. As a team the Patriots held Tennessee back Chris Johnson to just four yards on 11 carries last week so yeah, they may be fairly adept at stopping the run.And until the Cardinals prove they can burn teams in the passing game, teams are more likely to stack the box and take away the run.According to running back Beanie Wells that’s no excuse for a lack of production.“We’ve still got to find out ways to be successful running the ball when they do that because we know that’s going to be a task that we face all year,” he said. Arizona Sports’ Craig Grialou contributed to this report D-backs president Derrick Hall: Franchise ‘still focused on Arizona’ Cardinals expect improving Murphy to contribute right awaycenter_img Top Stories Nevada officials reach out to D-backs on potential relocation What an MLB source said about the D-backs’ trade haul for Greinkelast_img read more