6th Street Pizza & Grill Serves Up Great Food, Views and Fun

first_imgMelissa Brown, manager at Gillian’s Wonderland Pier, and employee Paul Westcott display a mouthwatering cheese pizza and margherita pie, along with chicken wings. By MADDY VITALE What would the Boardwalk be without amusements, beach views, and, of course, pizza?And there was one very strong indicator that pizza is a favorite when strolling by Gillian’s 6th Street Pizza & Grill, located on the Ocean City Boardwalk. Customers lined up on a recent weekday for a slice of the thin, but not too thin crust pizza, with a mild sauce topped with lots of tasty cheese.“Boardwalk slices are just a part of the Ocean City experience,” explained Melissa Brown, manager at Gillian’s Wonderland Pier, as she spoke with customers and staff at the eatery.Ocean City Mayor Jay Gillian, who, along with his family, owns Gillian’s Wonderland Pier, opened the restaurant in the summer of 2016.To view the menu for Gillian’s 6th Street Pizza & Grill click:  https://ocnjdaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/6thStreetTrifoldMenu2021.pdfGillian’s 6th Street Pizza & Grill opened on the Boardwalk in 2016.Over the summer months, the restaurant makes for a perfect part of a day — enjoying rides at the amusement park and sitting at either the pizza counter with open air views of the ocean or in a spacious booth.“We are a family-friendly restaurant located at Gillian’s Wonderland Pier, a traditional, shore town eatery” Brown said. “What could be better than a ride on the Carousel, or a spin on the Giant Wheel, followed by a hot Boardwalk slice with your family?”Brown emphasized that amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Gillian’s strictly adheres to health and safety guidelines.The popularity of the restaurant is due to several reasons. An ideal location with fantastic views of the ocean does not hurt.But it is also because of the people who work at Gillian’s, most longtime Ocean City locals, and others who come with a special gift in the kitchen.One of the chefs came from a well-known restaurant in Somers Point and has a special recipe for the pies, among other entrees customers savor.“6th Street Pizza takes pride in our ingredients and our attention to detail. Our chefs are proud of the dishes they serve. That is what makes all of the difference,” Brown said. “Besides our delicious pizza, our cheeseburger is to die for. We also always get rave reviews over our wings and tenders.”Customers socially distance as they line up during a pre-season weekday.Wing Wednesday is popular among customers — especially locals who make it a weekly staple.“Our crew is made up of experienced cooks, as well as young students working their very first job,” said Brown, who started her career at Gillian’s 20 years ago, returned from college and went back to the job she loved. “We are serving up dishes year-round by our team of all locals.”High school athletes stop in before practice, while other Ocean City High School students come in for a bite after school, Brown added.What helps to entice customers to keep coming back — besides eating in an amusement park — is the price.“We have killer specials. The OCHS students get great discounts,” Brown added. “Our daily lunch specials also keep guests coming back for more.”In addition, 6th Street Pizza not only gives free garlic knots with every delivery, but also keeps the other merchants in the community in mind.“We also have 6th Street Pizza’s Business of the Week, where we send pizzas to local businesses around town,” Brown said.The restaurant, the amusements, the ocean and Boardwalk are all good reasons to stop in at 6th Street Pizza.For customers, it may be the first time to try out a dish there, or one of many in a family tradition.For more information visit www.gillians.com or find them on Facebook at www.facebook.com/gilliansOCNJ.Gillian’s employee Paul Westcott prepares garlic knots that are free with every delivery.last_img read more

Guatemalan Kaibiles, U.S. Special Forces Promote Security through Partnership

first_img“The Kaibiles are a very professional organization, and those selected for the GEIR are made up of a seasoned group of Soldiers,”said a U.S. Army Special Forces (SF) medic assigned to the 7th SFG, who works daily with the GEIR. “They welcome us and know we are here to help.” Roughly a thousand years ago, the Mayan civilization thrived as they developed advances in writing, architecture, and mathematical and astronomical studies throughout the Central American isthmus. “The only time we interrupt training is when we are called to do our job,”said the colonel. “As Kaibiles, we are always ready. For any mission, under any circumstances, day or night we stand disciplined and willing to follow the orders of our commanders for the well-being of the Guatemalan people.” The GEIR is responsible for neutralizing, preventing, and acting against any narcoterrorism threat in the country. With support from Green Berets assigned to the 7th Special Forces Group (7th SFG), the mission of the GEIR is simple: Keep Guatemala safe for its people. Roughly a thousand years ago, the Mayan civilization thrived as they developed advances in writing, architecture, and mathematical and astronomical studies throughout the Central American isthmus. Within Central America, Guatemala is considered to be the heart of the Mayan world. The nation is the most populous of the Central American countries, and it is a popular travel destination for millions of people all over the world who want to visit and experience the beauty of the Mayan culture. Training programs, such as the one in Guatemala, empowers nations to train together in an ongoing effort to better protect national borders and increase the host nation’s capacity to conduct special operations. “I am proud of our Soldiers and what they do to better our country,”he said. “The enemy should know that there is always a Kaibil standing by and willing to conserve the peace so that we may better our country and our people can have a fruitful life.” Members of 7th Group are under the operational command of Special Operations Command South (SOCSOUTH), in Homestead, Florida, which is responsible for all special operations in the Caribbean and Central and South America in support of U.S. Southern Command. SOCSOUTH assists partner nations through training exchanges enabled by its theater security cooperation program. Training programs, such as the one in Guatemala, empowers nations to train together in an ongoing effort to better protect national borders and increase the host nation’s capacity to conduct special operations. “With the training and support we receive from the U.S. Soldiers, we continue to hone our techniques to counter narcotics trafficking,”said the colonel. “As Soldiers, we need to be united against those who threaten our livelihoods, and only by being united can we overcome the enemy and defend innocent lives so they may prosper.” “With the training and support we receive from the U.S. Soldiers, we continue to hone our techniques to counter narcotics trafficking,”said the colonel. “As Soldiers, we need to be united against those who threaten our livelihoods, and only by being united can we overcome the enemy and defend innocent lives so they may prosper.” As 7th SFG members look on from 50 meters away, the noncommissioned Kaibiles line up their troops as they yell their motto: “Si avanzo…sígueme, si me detengo…aprémiame, Si retrocedo…mátame. Kaibil!” Or in English : “If I advance, follow me. If I stop, urge me on. If I retreat, kill me. Kaibil!” “Training them on operational processes and logistical training is one of the biggest objectives we concentrate on,”said the SF medic. Currently, the training is geared toward accuracy during a pistol marksmanship event. “By facilitating training and developing their subordinate leaders to work with their officers, we can enhance their abilities. Based on what we’ve seen here, the noncommissioned officers are completely capable of running their own training. It has almost become second nature to them,”he added. Within Central America, Guatemala is considered to be the heart of the Mayan world. The nation is the most populous of the Central American countries, and it is a popular travel destination for millions of people all over the world who want to visit and experience the beauty of the Mayan culture. “Training them on operational processes and logistical training is one of the biggest objectives we concentrate on,”said the SF medic. Admiring the quickness and effectiveness of the Guatemalan Special Forces Soldiers, the U.S. looks on as the GEIR NCOs carry out the training. Training is around-the-clock. With so many missions, the unit requires constant mentoring and support to perfect their craft. The U.S. SF Operational Detachment Alpha, or ODA, team provides the GEIR with mentorship on all aspects of military operations. Members of 7th Group are under the operational command of Special Operations Command South (SOCSOUTH), in Homestead, Florida, which is responsible for all special operations in the Caribbean and Central and South America in support of U.S. Southern Command. SOCSOUTH assists partner nations through training exchanges enabled by its theater security cooperation program. For the GEIR colonel and his men, who are considered to be the first responders to handle counter narcotics trafficking operations, training makes the difference between life and death. The Kaibiles, who are based in the Special Forces Kaibil Brigade, are either constantly engaged in training events or being ordered to help protect civilian lives due to their expertise in interdiction and rescue operations. However, Guatemala’s excessive crime and murder rates rank among the highest in the world and could threaten the nation’s growing tourism industry. By Dialogo February 19, 2015 No matter where they are stationed around the world, helping build military capacity and working with partner nation counterparts to deter security threats is something U.S. SF Soldiers do best. The mission in Guatemala isn’t any different. For the GEIR colonel and his men, who are considered to be the first responders to handle counter narcotics trafficking operations, training makes the difference between life and death. The GEIR is responsible for neutralizing, preventing, and acting against any narcoterrorism threat in the country. With support from Green Berets assigned to the 7th Special Forces Group (7th SFG), the mission of the GEIR is simple: Keep Guatemala safe for its people. “I am proud of our Soldiers and what they do to better our country,”he said. “The enemy should know that there is always a Kaibil standing by and willing to conserve the peace so that we may better our country and our people can have a fruitful life.” Good for the Kaibiles, but the best in the world are the Colombian Lanceros. Day or night, always ready for combat. no there not the best is the kaibils “Training is extremely important and it needs to be constant,”said the colonel. “We have a saying here: ‘it is better to have sweat hundreds of drops of water than to have bled one drop of blood,” to emphasize how vital the training is for a quick reaction force unit like the GEIR. According to a 2012 report from the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, transnational organized crime in Guatemala comes at a price and is usually in the form of violence. Admiring the quickness and effectiveness of the Guatemalan Special Forces Soldiers, the U.S. looks on as the GEIR NCOs carry out the training. In the report, thousands of Guatemalans were asked what was the most important issue facing their country. It was no surprise that the public felt crime was five times more important than unemployment. Guatemalan government officials are responding to the people’s concern by utilizing the country’s most elite warriors, known as the “Kaibiles,” Guatemala’s Special Operations Force. However, Guatemala’s excessive crime and murder rates rank among the highest in the world and could threaten the nation’s growing tourism industry. The Kaibiles, who are based in the Special Forces Kaibil Brigade, are either constantly engaged in training events or being ordered to help protect civilian lives due to their expertise in interdiction and rescue operations. “In any country there is always a threat that endangers lives and property on a daily basis,”said a Guatemalan colonel assigned to the GEIR, who spoke in anonymity for security reasons. “The threat [in Guatemala] is real —and organized crime, like the cartels, terrorists, or whatever it may be, endangers the people of our country.” Training is around-the-clock. With so many missions, the unit requires constant mentoring and support to perfect their craft. The U.S. SF Operational Detachment Alpha, or ODA, team provides the GEIR with mentorship on all aspects of military operations. According to a 2012 report from the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, transnational organized crime in Guatemala comes at a price and is usually in the form of violence. “They’re all motivated and very capable,”said a 7th SF Group communications NCO. “That’s the reason they’re here —they’re grueling [and their effort pays off] in everything they do.” “The Kaibiles are a very professional organization, and those selected for the GEIR are made up of a seasoned group of Soldiers,”said a U.S. Army Special Forces (SF) medic assigned to the 7th SFG, who works daily with the GEIR. “They welcome us and know we are here to help.” Since illicit activities, such as drug trafficking, are linked to crime, Kaibiles have been assigned to the Special Interdiction and Rescue Group (GEIR) to defeat organized crime and other ever-changing threats. The GEIR is considered to be Guatemala’s top fighting force. “By facilitating training and developing their subordinate leaders to work with their officers, we can enhance their abilities. Based on what we’ve seen here, the noncommissioned officers are completely capable of running their own training. It has almost become second nature to them,”he added. Additionally, the ODA team is regularly working with GEIR members in close quarters combat, weapons familiarization, sniper techniques, medical care, and communications, just to name a few —but always focused on developing small group leaders because the Kaibil’s mettle is tested daily. Currently, the training is geared toward accuracy during a pistol marksmanship event. “They’re all motivated and very capable,”said a 7th SF Group communications NCO. “That’s the reason they’re here —they’re grueling [and their effort pays off] in everything they do.” Guatemalan government officials are responding to the people’s concern by utilizing the country’s most elite warriors, known as the “Kaibiles,” Guatemala’s Special Operations Force. Since illicit activities, such as drug trafficking, are linked to crime, Kaibiles have been assigned to the Special Interdiction and Rescue Group (GEIR) to defeat organized crime and other ever-changing threats. The GEIR is considered to be Guatemala’s top fighting force. As 7th SFG members look on from 50 meters away, the noncommissioned Kaibiles line up their troops as they yell their motto: “Si avanzo…sígueme, si me detengo…aprémiame, Si retrocedo…mátame. Kaibil!” Or in English : “If I advance, follow me. If I stop, urge me on. If I retreat, kill me. Kaibil!” “The only time we interrupt training is when we are called to do our job,”said the colonel. “As Kaibiles, we are always ready. For any mission, under any circumstances, day or night we stand disciplined and willing to follow the orders of our commanders for the well-being of the Guatemalan people.” Additionally, the ODA team is regularly working with GEIR members in close quarters combat, weapons familiarization, sniper techniques, medical care, and communications, just to name a few —but always focused on developing small group leaders because the Kaibil’s mettle is tested daily. No matter where they are stationed around the world, helping build military capacity and working with partner nation counterparts to deter security threats is something U.S. SF Soldiers do best. The mission in Guatemala isn’t any different. “Training is extremely important and it needs to be constant,”said the colonel. “We have a saying here: ‘it is better to have sweat hundreds of drops of water than to have bled one drop of blood,” to emphasize how vital the training is for a quick reaction force unit like the GEIR. “In any country there is always a threat that endangers lives and property on a daily basis,”said a Guatemalan colonel assigned to the GEIR, who spoke in anonymity for security reasons. “The threat [in Guatemala] is real —and organized crime, like the cartels, terrorists, or whatever it may be, endangers the people of our country.” In the report, thousands of Guatemalans were asked what was the most important issue facing their country. It was no surprise that the public felt crime was five times more important than unemployment. last_img read more

Volunteers needed for ‘Fifth Annual Drawing Marathon’ at Binghamton University

first_imgA cash prize of $1000 and $500 will be given out on Feb. 29. The $1000 “jury prize” will be awarded by three jurors and the $500 “people’s prize” will be awarded on “the basis of qualitative comments received by the visitors” at the marathon as well as the university’s Facebook page. In addition to this, the school would like applicants to answer the following questions in their application email: Applicants must sign up before Feb. 10. No applications will be accepted after this date. VESTAL (WBNG) — Binghamton University is looking for artists to participate in its 24-hour-drawing marathon. The university’s “Fifth Annual Drawing Marathon” is a free event that is open to attendees ages 18 and over. Artists will draw a model for a 24-hour period with a limited amount of breaks. The school asks applicants to send their information including: name. address, phone number and email. They should also include a PDF of 10 sample drawings.center_img The drawing marathon will take place 10 a.m. Feb 28 to 10 a.m. Feb. 29 in the Binghamton University art Museum. Those looking to apply should email their applications to [email protected] The school says it needs 10 to 12 volunteers to participate. Any alumni, student or community member aged 18 or older may sign up. Are you comfortable with media (video and photography) documenting you and your artwork if selected?Do you have an interesting story, a personal challenge you’ve overcome, or anything special we should be made aware of?last_img read more

Citizenship question would taint census

first_imgCombined with President Donald Trump’s anti-immigrant rhetoric, asking about citizenship status will depress the count among immigrant communities and result in inaccurate information.In a memo explaining his reasoning, Ross admitted that adding the question could depress census participation.But he argued that asking about citizenship would impose a “limited burden” on those filling out census forms, because individual responses are anonymous.Placing the burden of proof on those objecting to the change, Ross said that “no one provided evidence that reinstating a citizenship question on the decennial census would materially decrease response rates.”But it is Ross’ responsibility to oversee a fair census. There is enough evidence, anecdotal and statistical, for serious worry about the citizenship question.Census researchers have recently noted instances of heightened concern among immigrant respondents about cooperating with the count.Immigrant response rates to the yearly American Community Survey, which asks about citizenship, are lower than nonimmigrant response rates. Even without a citizenship question, the 2010 Census overcounted the non-Hispanic population and undercounted the Hispanic population. Morever, an absence of evidence would not be proof of no harm.It was Ross’ duty to show that the harm would be acceptably limited before adding a new question. By his own admission, he failed to do so.New census forms should be and generally are thoroughly tested before rollout, a process that takes years.This question is being added hastily to the form in the midst of its first and only dry run for the 2020 count.If immigrant communities are substantially undercounted, Democrats will lose seats in Congress and in statehouses.Political districts contain equal numbers of people, citizen and noncitizen alike.Nonvoters, of course, cannot choose who represents them in Washington or in state capitals. Categories: Editorial, OpinionThe following editorial appeared in The Washington Post.The census Bureau’s once-a-decade count of the country’s population determines where federal money goes and how political power is divided among states.Whether by design or incompetence, the Trump administration is threatening to rig the count against Democrats.Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, who decides what the government asks in its authoritative decennial count, announced Monday that the Census Bureau will ask respondents to report their citizenship status on the form that goes out to all U.S. households.The census is supposed to take an accurate picture of the entire country, not just of residents born or naturalized here.center_img But minors, green-card holders and other nonvoters still count.Political representation has been apportioned according to this principle since the country’s founding.If the count is off in the urban centers where immigrants congregate, blue states will lose representation and rural areas will gain political clout even more disproportionate to the number of people who actually live in them.The state of California immediately announced a lawsuit challenging Ross’ decision.But Congress also could act.Lawmakers should prevent the Trump administration from fouling the census.More from The Daily Gazette:EDITORIAL: Beware of voter intimidationEDITORIAL: Urgent: Today is the last day to complete the censusFoss: Should main downtown branch of the Schenectady County Public Library reopen?EDITORIAL: Find a way to get family members into nursing homesEDITORIAL: Thruway tax unfair to working motoristslast_img read more

North Sumatra University on lockdown after lecturers test positive for COVID-19

first_imgUSU’s board of trustees and academic senate suggested closing the university from July 27 to Aug. 2.Read also: Fears of new COVID-19 cluster at North Sumatra University as rector tests positive“During the lockdown, all lecturers and staff must work from home and participate in free swab testing at USU Hospital. This must be done to curb the spread of the virus at the university,” Runtung told The Jakarta Post on Friday.USU spokesperson Elvi Sumanti said the university had imposed strict health protocols, including routine disinfection and assigning different shifts for those working on campus. It also required all staff aged 45 and older to work from home.“We’ve done our best to anticipate the contagion, yet there are still lecturers who have been exposed to the virus. These developments were out of our hands,” Elvi said.According to the government’s official data, there were 3,320 confirmed COVID-19 cases in North Sumatra as of Friday, with 172 deaths and 879 recoveries. (aly)Topics : North Sumatra University (USU) in Medan will suspend all activities for a week starting July 27 after five lecturers tested positive for COVID-19, while one of them has died from the coronavirus disease.USU rector Runtung Sitepu said the late lecturer, identified as MHKS, taught at the School of Engineering’s industrial engineering department.The four other lecturers who tested positive for the virus were Runtung himself, vice rector Rosmayati and board of trustees member Darma Bakti. They are undergoing self-isolation.last_img read more

Governor Wolf, Senator Casey: Philadelphia Crane Arrival Highlights Success of Port Growth

first_img Economy,  Infrastructure,  Jobs That Pay,  Port Development,  Press Release Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf and Senator Bob Casey celebrate the recent arrival of the first two super post-Panamax cranes at The Port of Philadelphia (PhilaPort), marking another major milestone spurred by the governor’s port development plan.“Pennsylvania’s ports are vital to the economic success of the entire commonwealth and I will continue to invest in our assets that strengthen Pennsylvania’s economy and support new job growth,” said Governor Wolf. “The new cranes positioned along Philadelphia’s waterfront will serve as a visual reminder that business is booming in Pennsylvania.”“Having worked years to help secure funding for the Delaware deepening project, I’m pleased to see what can come of effective federal, state, and private collaboration efforts,” said Senator Casey. “These cranes will do a great deal to help ensure that PhilaPort remains a global competitor and I look forward to watching their role in strengthening the economy of southeastern Pennsylvania.”Once fully operational, the 32-story high cranes will stand 13 feet taller than the neighboring Walt Whitman Bridge with its boom in the upwards position.“For over a year we have been working hard to prepare the terminal for these cranes and it is great to see them here,” said Jeff Theobald, Executive Director and CEO of PhilaPort. “Last year we hit an East Coast record of 19 percent container growth. To sustain that type of growth, these new cranes are a necessity.”The arrival of the cranes marks another significant milestone since the governor announced his plan to invest more than $300 million in PhilaPort’s infrastructure, warehousing, and equipment in 2016. Since implementing the infrastructure improvement plan the port realized record breaking cargo volumes and nearly 20 percent container growth in 2017, and just last month welcomed the arrival of the largest container vessel to ever call at the Port.“Saturday was one of most momentous days I can recall when it comes to advancing the Port of Philadelphia. All governors, since I have been in office, have assisted the Port in creating jobs. However, Governor Wolf’s commitment to the dredging project and to turning Packer Avenue into a modern marine terminal is without equal,” said Representative William F. Keller. “The governor understands the job retention and job creation associated with the Port will have no rivals throughout the commonwealth. I want to thank Governor Wolf on behalf of the residents of the commonwealth for the thousands of jobs he has maintained and to thank him for the thousands of jobs he is creating.”Development is slated to continue through 2020 and is projected to support thousands of jobs and generate an increase of more than $100 million in state and local tax revenues annually. Governor Wolf, Senator Casey: Philadelphia Crane Arrival Highlights Success of Port Growth March 27, 2018center_img SHARE Email Facebook Twitterlast_img read more

Congo crash out Black Meteors

first_imgClaude Le Roy’s side managed a 1-0 victory over the Black Meteors of Ghana on Sunday in regulation time and eventually saw them off the Olympic Games 5-4 on penalties in Brazzaville the capital city of Congo.Ghana entered the second leg of the qualifiers with a 1-0 home advantage, but the Congolese shattered their dream of progressing to the next stage of the qualifiers through Sylvere Ganvoula’s goal.Penalty shootout which has been the bane of the national teams of Ghana, again denied Malik Jabir’s team from progressing, as they lost 4-5 from the spot kicks.Black Meteors last qualified for the Summer Olympic Games in Athens 2014, when they were drawn in a group with Paraguay, Italy and Japan, but couldn’t go through the group stage.Congo therefore qualify to the final stage of the Rio 2016 qualifiers and will face Nigeria’s Dream Team.last_img read more

MASOCHISTIC RETURNS IN THE GR. I, $400,000 TRIPLE BEND STAKES SATURDAY AT SANTA ANITA; 7-YEAR-OLD GELDING TRAINED BY ELLIS SET TO GO SEVEN FURLONGS

first_imgARCADIA, Calif. (March 8, 2017) – Graded stakes winner Masochistic returns to the races for the first time in 2017 this Saturday at Santa Anita. The 7-year-old gelding, trained by Ron Ellis, heads a competitive field of seven sprinters in the Gr. I, $400,000 Triple Bend Stakes going seven furlongs on the main track.MASOCHISTIC: Favored in his last three starts, California bred Masochistic was most recently a second place finisher in the Gr. I Breeders’ Cup Sprint at Santa Anita on Nov. 5, beaten only 1 ¼ lengths by eventual Eclipse Award winner, Drefong. Though recent controversy has surrounded the horse after a medication violation stripped the owners of Breeders’ Cup purse money, the talented gelding hasn’t lost a step.With Mike Smith aboard for almost every recent work, Masochistic posted two bullet six furlong moves early in February in preparation for the Triple Bend. With his natural born ability rarely in question, some of Masochistic’s best Beyer Speed Figures have come in the three graded stakes he has won, including a 102 in the Gr. II Kona Gold in April 2015, a 109 in the 2015 Triple Bend and a career best 110 in the Gr. II Pat O’Brien in Aug, 2016.Owned by Los Pollos Hermanos Racing and Jay Em Ess Stable, Masochistic is 14-8-2-0 overall with $772,550 in career earnings.KOBE’S BACK: A horse with a ton of heart but not exactly a ton of speed leaving the gate, Kobe’s Back returns in his first race since the 2016 edition of the Triple Bend run on June 25, in which he ran third to Lord Nelson.Trained by Peter Eurton and owned by CRK Stable, LLC, the 5-year-old horse will be looking for his first ever Grade I win. With regular rider Gary Stevens just now coming off the bench from hip replacement surgery, the team had already secured a possible replacement and will welcome East Coast based Javier Castellano to ride on Saturday.By Flatter and out of the Well Decorated mare, Well, Kobe’s Back is 20-5-3-4 overall with $1,036,250 in lifetime earnings. Denman’s Call, Tyler Baze, 120Point Piper, Mario Gutierrez, 122Kobe’s Back, Javier Castellano, 122Silent Bird, Flavien Prat, 120Masochistic, Mike Smith, 122Nowalking, Edwin Maldonado, 120Conquest Cobra, Rafael Bejarano, 120 Be sure to tune into XBTV on Saturday at www.xbtv.com/watch-live/ from any mobile device or computer.  The XBTV team will feature live, on-site coverage all day long on Santa Anita Handicap Day, and Gulfstream Park bonus coverage will be provided as well.Fans can watch video of Triple Bend workers at www.xbtv.com/video-on-demand/workouts/.Special early first post time for an 11-race card on Saturday is at 12 noon.  Admission gates will open at 10 a.m.  For scratches, changes and complete morning line information, please visit: www.santaanita.com/horse-racing/live-racing/.center_img THE GRADE I TRIPLE BEND STAKES IN POST POSITION ORDER WITH JOCKEYS AND WEIGHTSRace 8 of 11 – Approximate post time 3:30 p.m. PSTlast_img read more