‘Grow Bloom Project’ helps those in need

first_imgFor this latest project, she says she teamed up with fellow activist Park Avery after they noticed there was a significant homeless population in the area around the mural. Saturday they collected and distributed supplies on Wall Street in Binghamton. Artist Kristen Mann started the ‘Grow Bloom Project’ in 2017 to curate art shows for local artists and local businesses to have a space to sell their products. Now she is using that platform to help the community in other ways. BINGHAMTON (WBNG) — The artist behind Binghamton’s Black Lives Matter Mural is working on a new project, this time gathering supplies for locals who are in need. They say they’ll be holding a similar event on October 31st.center_img They say they decided to collect food and shoes to distribute to those within the community who need the help. “Not everybody has the opportunity to go out and buy food and buy shoes. Low-income families, they can barely pay rent, and then they don’t have anything left over,” Avery said.last_img read more


Nigeria v Argentina: World Cup match preview, predicted team line-ups, and more

first_img 3 Nigeria will face Argentina in their final Group D fixture on Tuesday.The South American side are trailing at the bottom of the group, after they lost 3-0 against Croatia and drew with Iceland. Will Messi find the back of the net for the first time in Argentina’s third match? World Cup 23 How can I listen?Click here to listen to our live commentary of the action as it happens on talkSPORT.What are the players saying?Javier Mascherano (Argentina): “The relationship with [Jorge] Sampaoli is totally normal, but if we feel uncomfortable, we will raise it, otherwise we would be hypocrites.“The opposite would be to harm the team, we must seek the collective benefit, we are 23, also those of the squad.“We are not playing well and we take charge of the results.”Leon Balogun (Nigeria): “The Argentina fans are very unhappy so the team owes the nation.“I think they haven’t found their form yet and they haven’t found Messi as well.“They’re very dependent. They always have been.“If you look at their qualifying campaign you can see that Messi was the one who took them to the World Cup.“You have to be very patient and definitely you need to be disciplined defensively.“You have to close all the passes, or as many as possible, to Messi to leave him out of the game – but then at the same time take out the rest of their amazing qualities so it’s not going to be an easy one.”Predicted line-upsNigeria: Uzoho; Omeruo, Troost-Ekong, Balogun, Ebuehi; Mikel, Ndidi; Moses, Etudo, Musa; IheanachoArgentina: Caballero; Salvio, Otamendi, Rojo, Tagliafico; Mascherano, Perez; Di Maria, Messi, Dybala; Higuain LATEST WORLD CUP NEWS 3 Japan confirm Russia 2018 squad, including ex-Manchester United man Jorge Sampaoli’s men need a win and hope Iceland lose to Croatia if they are to keep their World Cup dreams alive.If Croatia beat Iceland in their clash – Nigeria only need a point to progress to the knockout stages of the tournament.Team newsIt is believed under-fire boss Jorge Sampaoli will still lead his team despite their disastrous start to the World Cup.There have been numerous reports that despite Sampoli still being the manager – he has no role in selecting the final XI.The players are understood to have gone over his head and went to general manager Jorge Burruchaga and that he will help with the team selection.Nigerian captain John Mikel Obi sustained a fractured hand during their 2-0 win over Iceland but head coach Gernot Rohr still thinks he could take to the field to face the South American team. UNITED center_img German icon blames Arsenal’s Mesut Ozil and another star for World Cup exit It is believed under-fire boss Jorge Sampaoli will still lead his team despite their disastrous start to the World Cup. 3 Stadiums revealed for 2026 World Cup in USA, Mexico and Canada ‘THEY FAILED’ Victor Moses is Nigeria’s greatest asset 10 amazing football facts you won’t believe are true talkSPORT will be with listeners all day and all night at this year’s 2018 FIFA World Cup™ with over 800 hours of World Cup content and all 64 games live across the talkSPORT network.last_img read more