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The Magical People Of Mysteryland 2016

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first_imgLoad remaining images Another Mysteryland went down in history this past weekend at Bethel Woods, NY, the site of the original Woodstock, drawing in tens of thousands of attendees to experience some of the world’s premier DJs complete with top-notch production and all-around positive vibes. Fest-goers from all over the world flocked to escape the real world and dance their cares away, fueled by the ferocious beats of Odesza, Skrillex, Bassnectar, GRiZ, Gramatik, The Chainsmokers, Zeds Dead, Claude VonStroke, and hundreds of others.The most important headliner, however, was YOU! Check out some of our favorite people shots, courtesy of Lucent Illusion Photography. Full Gallery:last_img

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George McGinnis

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first_imgGeorge McGinnis attended Indianapolis Washington High School from 1966-69.  His Washington High School team was the 1969 state champions in basketball.  His coach at Washington was Bill Springer who I knew personally because he was a coach at Jennings County before he went to Washinton.  From there he attended one year at Indiana University where he averaged 29.9 points per game and was named an All-American.  George then went pro with the Indiana Pacers.  He led them to back-to-back ABA championships and was the league’s MVP in 1973.Why am I giving you all of these statistics?  It is because it took almost 50 years after his time at Washington High School in Indianapolis and all of these accolades before he was named to the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame.  Why is this significant?  Four other members of the Indiana Pacers are already members of this Hall of Fame and most of them played after McGinnis.  Bobby Leonard, who was George’s coach while he played for the Pacers thinks it was politics.  Leonard did not divulge what he meant by this.  I saw McGinnis play basketball, and few (if any) Indiana players were better than he was at any level.  (Information for this article came from article that appeared in the Indianapolis Star.last_img read more

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Jace Prescott, brother of Cowboys QB Dak Prescott, dies at 31

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first_imgJace Prescott’s uncle Phillip Ebarb said Prescott died at his home in Orange, Texas. His girlfriend was with him at the time.”It’s the worst day of my life, all of our lives,” Ebarb told the Fort Worth (Texas) Star-Telegram. “We’re all freaking devastated.”Jace Prescott, who was listed at 6-6, 343 pounds as a player, played at Northwestern State from 2007-09. Jace Prescott, a former offensive lineman at Northwestern State and the brother of Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott, died Thursday morning. He was 31 years old.Prescott’s death was confirmed to the Shreveport (La.) Times by Northwestern State University assistant athletic director Jason Pugh. The Cowboys released a statement during the 2020 NFL Draft. “It is with great sadness and support that we share the news of the passing of Jace Prescott today,” the statement read (per ESPN’s Ed Werder). “The loss of Tad and Dak’s brother is devastating. At this incredibly difficult time, the Prescott family asks only for prayers and respect for their privacy.”last_img read more

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