EA Cashes More NFL Money


The deal which angered gamers beyond all recognition a few short years ago has been extended. EA Sports will now be the exclusive holder of the NFL license until 2012, meaning they’ll be the only ones dishing out games based on the brand. Former Xbox exec and recent EA Sports entrant Peter Moore had this to say to GameDaily:

The key is to make sure we’re in a position to invest aggressively in making the most innovative game…

Um, wouldn’t the exclusive deal automatically make yours the most innovative? Look, even die-hard fans will admit the 2K Sports effort, All Pro Football, was a dud. It was a failed attempt to revive a brand on a budget and it didn’t work.

However, what has EA given us with this deal? NFL Head Coach, a miserable simulation attempt that failed to drawn an audience. Also, NFL Tour, an even weaker attempt at spinning off the NFL license. Yes Mr. Moore, innovation is obviously your target.

Senior menus, December 15 to 19

Inland Valley Daily Bulletin (Ontario, CA) December 12, 2008 Hot meals for seniors 60 and older are provided by Oldtimers Foundation from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday through Friday at area senior centers. A donation of $3 is requested. Meals are served at the following centers:

Bloomington: 18317 Valley Blvd., (909) 877-4310.

Chino: 13170 Central Ave., (909) 628-0071.

Fontana: 16707 Marygold Ave., (909) 822-3246; 6396 N. Citrus Ave., (909) 823-3888; and 8565 Nuevo Ave., (909) 822-4493. go to website whole wheat bread

Ontario: 225 B St., (909) 395-2021.

Rancho Cucamonga: 11200 Base Line Road, (909) 987-1911.

Rialto: 214 N. Palm Ave., (909) 820-2616.

Upland: 250 N. Third Ave., (909) 981-4501.

All entrees are served with vegetables, salad, bread and a beverage.

The menu for this week is:

Monday: Swedish meatballs, mashed potatoes, yellow squash, Mandarin oranges, whole wheat bread, apricots.

Tuesday: Spaghetti with meat sauce, mixed vegetables, spinach salad, whole wheat bread, orange.

Wednesday: Chicken with noodles, gravy, broccoli, beet salad, whole wheat bread, banana.

Thursday: Beef stew, salad, whole wheat bread, vanilla pudding.

Friday: Roast pork with gravy, sweet potatoes, peas, cole slaw, whole wheat bread, applesauce.

Intervale Senior Services provides hot, nutritious lunches for seniors 60 and older at 11:15 a.m. Monday through Friday at the San Dimas Senior Citizen and Community Center, 201 E. Bonita Ave., San Dimas. Cost is a suggested donation of $2 and includes low-fat milk. Information: (909) 394-6298.

The menu for this week:

Monday: Oven-fried chicken, lentil soup, mashed potatoes, peas and carrots, salad, whole grain roll, chocolate pudding.

Tuesday: Tuna salad sandwich, potato and onion soup, macaroni salad, broccoli salad, carrot and raisin salad, whole grain bread, apple cobbler.

Wednesday: Choice of stuffed bell pepper or fish Vera Cruz, scalloped potatoes, green beans, salad, whole grain roll, citrus fruit cup.

Thursday: Braised beef tips with gravy, vegetable soup, buttered egg noodles, baked squash, beet and onion salad, orange sections.

Friday: Pork chop with gravy, roasted potatoes, Normandy vegetables, salad, gelatin with pears and Mandarin oranges.

The Joslyn Senior Center, 660 N. Mountain Ave., Claremont, offers lunch to seniors 60 or older at 11:30 a.m. and noon Monday through Friday at Blaisdell Park, 440 S. College Ave., Claremont.

Suggested donation is $2. Information: (909) 399-5488.

The menu for this week is:

Monday: Hamburger, barbecue beans, Mexicorn, vanilla pudding, orange juice.

Tuesday: Hawaiian chicken, tomato bisque soup, rice pilaf, carrots, salad, seasonal fruit.

Wednesday: Swedish meatballs, mushroom soup, egg noodles, zucchini and tomatoes, salad, orange. go to website whole wheat bread

Thursday: Roast turkey, mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce, peas, citrus fruit cup, pumpkin bread or fruit alternate.

Friday: Baked fish or vegetable quiche, rice pilaf, green beans, broccoli and raisin salad, baked cinnamon apple.

Lunch is offered at three sites in Pomona for seniors who are 60 and older. Spouses may also eat at the sites. There is a suggested donation of $1.75 per meal for seniors 60 and older and $2.10 for nonseniors. Meals are served at:

Emerson Village: 753 N. Palomares St., (909) 620-2494.

Washington Park: 865 E. Grand Ave., (909) 620-2305.

Palomares Park: 499 E. Arrow Highway, (909) 620-2324.

The menu for this week:

Monday: Salisbury steak, lentil soup, mushroom barley rice, salad, fresh fruit.

Tuesday: Chicken with gravy, mashed potatoes, corn bread, collard greens, banana pudding, apple juice.

Wednesday: Taco salad, Mexican rice, pinto beans, tomato soup, coleslaw, gelatin.

Thursday: Stuffed peppers, Mexicorn, spinach, tropical fruit, whole wheat bread, pineapple juice.

Friday: Roast beef, macaroni and cheese, glazed carrots, salad, apple crisp.

The Montclair Senior Nutrition Program offers lunches Monday through Friday for seniors 60 and older, paid for in part by the San Bernardino County Department of Aging. Hours are 11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 5111 Benito St., Montclair. Suggested donation is $1.75. Information: (909) 625-9462.

The menu for this week is:

Monday: Spaghetti with meatballs, orange juice, green beans, salad, French bread, fruit cocktail.

Tuesday: Oven-fried chicken, split pea soup, baked squash, French bread, pudding.

Wednesday: Tuna salad, pasta salad, three bean salad, melon salad.

Thursday: Chicken taco, Spanish rice, flour tortilla, zucchini, orange slices.

Friday: Barbecue beef sandwich, broccoli, salad, fruit crunch.


US Fed News Service, Including US State News December 3, 2010 HOUSTON, Dec. 3 — The University of Texas System of MD Anderson Cancer Center issued the following news release:

A Conversation With a Living Legend(R) in Dallas, benefiting The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, showcases CBS chief Washington correspondent Bob Schieffer as its 21st annual honoree in an interview with NBC News special correspondent Tom Brokaw, 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Dec. 13 in the Chantilly Ballroom of the Hilton Anatole, 2201 Stemmons Freeway.

An estimated 1,000 luncheon guests will enjoy an exclusive one-on-one interview onstage while supporting the Dallas/Fort Worth Living Legend Chair for Cancer Research at MD Anderson. The event also will include an auction of four seats in the control room during a live Face the Nation broadcast, followed by brunch with Schieffer and his wife, Pat. web site md anderson cancer center

Since its inception in 1990, A Conversation With a Living Legend in Dallas has raised more than $9.65 million for MD Anderson’s research, patient care and education initiatives. Contributions raised by this year’s luncheon already exceed $885,160. With every $1 million the event raises, MD Anderson creates a new endowed chair, enhancing the institution’s ability to recruit and retain new faculty of the highest caliber, advance its research and patient care initiatives and train future generations of physicians and scientists.

Chairing this year’s event is Gale Sliger, with co-chair Stephanie Hunt. Honorary chairs are Margot and Ross Perot. Presenting sponsors are Andrews Distributing Company and AT&T. Red Carpet Sponsors are Citi Private Bank, Lee Ann and Alan White/PlainsCapital Bank and Sewell Automotive Companies.

Bob Schieffer is CBS chief Washington correspondent and Face the Nation anchor and moderator. The native Texan is one of the few journalists to have covered the White House, the Pentagon, the State Department and Capitol Hill. Before joining CBS News in 1969, he was a reporter at the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. In 1965, Schieffer became the first reporter from a Texas newspaper to report from Vietnam. He later became news anchor at WBAP-TV Dallas/Fort Worth. In 1973, Schieffer became anchor of the CBS Sunday Night News. In August 1996, he stepped down after 20 years as anchor of the Saturday edition of the CBS Evening News. Former interim anchor of The CBS Evening News, he contributes regularly to The CBS Evening News With Katie Couric. In 2005, Texas Christian University, Schieffer’s alma mater, honored him by creating the Schieffer School of Journalism. The author of four books, he has received seven Emmy Awards, two Sigma Delta Chi Awards, the International Radio and Television Society Foundation Award, the American News Women’s Club Helen Thomas Award for Excellence in Journalism and the Radio-Television News Directors Association’s Leonard Zeidenberg First Amendment Award. In 2002, the National Press Foundation named him Broadcaster of the Year. In 2007, MD Anderson honored Schieffer with the inaugural Making Cancer History(R) award. go to web site md anderson cancer center

One of the most trusted and respected figures in journalism, Tom Brokaw is a special correspondent for NBC News. His numerous honors include induction into the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Brokaw has received the Edward R. Murrow Lifetime Achievement Award, the Foundation for the National Archives’ Records of Achievement Award, the West Point Sylvanus Thayer Award, a dozen Emmys, two Peabody Awards and two duPont awards. In 2003, NBC Nightly News received the Edward R. Murrow Award for Best Newscast for the fourth consecutive year. Brokaw was the first journalist to receive the Association of the U.

S. Army’s highest award, the George Catlett Marshall Medal. Brokaw began his journalism career in 1962 at KMTV in Omaha, Nebraska. He anchored the late evening news on Atlanta’s WSB-TV in 1965 before joining KNBC-TV in Los Angeles. Brokaw was hired by NBC News in 1966, and from 1976 to 1981 he anchored NBC News’ Today. In 2004, he stepped down after 21 years as anchor and managing editor of NBC Nightly News. Complementing his distinguished broadcast journalism career, Brokaw has written articles, essays and commentary for several publications and authored five books. For any query with respect to this article or any other content requirement, please contact Editor at htsyndication@hindustantimes.com