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Will Sreesanth play in IPL 2021? This may be the tendered bid



Former India cricketer S has improved cricket after a long ban. This time he is playing for the Kerala team in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy.

For information, let us know that he was banned for 7 years and last appeared in T20 League in 2013. But there is also a lot of discussion about whether Sreesanth will in 2021 this time? Today we are going to tell you about which teams can on them in the auction.

Mumbai Indians
Sri Lankan fast bowler Lasith Malinga retired from franchise cricket. Hence, there can be no better than a veteran player like Sreesanth to replace Malinga. Hence they can become part of Mumbai Indians.

Kings xi punjab
S Sreesanth started in 2008 with the Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) team and took 19 wickets in the first season. As of now, there is a shortage of bowlers in the Punjab team so the team can give them a chance.

Resident royals
S Sreesanth last played IPL (IPL) in 2013, when he was part of the Rated Royals (RR) team. The team still needs a capable bowler so it is not too difficult to return Sreesanth.

Chennai superkings

Omar and the players are often seen in Chennai Super Kings (CSK), so 37-year-old Sreesanth can also appear in his team this time. If Dhoni wants to recommend, it will not be difficult for the Kerala cricketer to join the Chennai team.

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Another South Bay COVID-19 Vaccine Site Opens In East San Jose



SAN JOSE, CA — Santa Clara County public health officials announced a new COVID-19 vaccination center in East San Jose that will provide a few hundred shots a day, focusing on communities that have been hardest hit by the pandemic.

The East Valley Clinic will serve as the latest vaccination hub, joining the Emmanuel Baptist Church in East San Jose. The four zip codes with the highest number of COVID-19 cases are located in East San Jose, which has a large immigrant population.

In a sign of the county’s effort to reach those groups, Friday’s press briefing in front of the East Valley Clinic on McKee Road began in Spanish.

“We are really deeply committed to realize the goal of achieving this parity in vaccine access across our diverse communities,” said Santa Clara County Supervisor Otto Lee.

Nearly 177,000 first doses have been administered through the county’s health system and nearly 60,000 appointments are scheduled for the next week. Eighteen percent of residents age 16 or older have received a dose so far.

While supply of the vaccine is still not meeting the demand, county officials expressed optimism that with a third vaccine on the horizon from Johnson & Johnson, the bottleneck issues will soon be resolved.

“In the next week, we’re not able to realize our full capacity for first dose appointments due to the low current inventory,” said Dr. Sabrina Tong, Associate Chief Medical Officer at the Santa Clara Valley Medical Center. “That is the most significant development that Johnson & Johnson can bring. It’s one dose and has less intense cold chain storage requirements. It gives us more flexibility to reach the highest risk communities who might have more difficulty being reached for their second dose.”

Beginning on Sunday, those working in education and childcare, along with emergency responders and workers in food and agriculture will be eligible for the vaccine in Santa Clara County.

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Movie Reviews: ‘Crisis’ And ‘Tom And Jerry’ Gary Oldman, Armie Hammer and E



This weekend, an escalating epidemic and a wild cat-and-mouse game come to life on the big screen.

In the drama “Crisis,” the opioid ordeal is front and center in a three-prong narrative, featuring Armie Hammer as an undercover DEA operative conducting an international sting operation. Meanwhile, Evangeline Lilly plays a recovering addict burning with vengeance to hold those accountable for the death of her son. And Garry Oldman plays a university professor in a quandary about a drug hailed as the first non-addictive painkiller.

Looking for a family-friendly movie? You can check out “Tom and Jerry,” the first theatrical feature-length animation featuring the iconic cat-and-mouse pair alongside Chloë Grace Moretz, Michael Peña, Colin Jost and Ken Jeong.


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Here’s what to see/stream and what to skip this weekend:

“Crisis” — Gary Oldman, Armie Hammer, Evangeline Lilly; directed by Nicholas Jarecki

Nicholas Jarecki’s sophomore feature, after his financial-morality laden “Arbitrage,” is a concoction of three story lines about the escalating opioid epidemic, replete with characters involved at disparate points of despondency and grief.

Set in Montreal and Detroit, the film features undercover DEA operative Jake Kelly (Armie Hammer) who is tasked to link a crew of “Armenian power gangsters” with fentanyl smuggled from Montreal. Meanwhile, the fearless cop must also deal with his junkie sister (Lily-Rose Depp) in rehab.

Then, there’s Michigan resident Claire Reimann (Evangeline Lilly), a recovering addict whose world suddenly comes crashing down when her son turns up dead from a drug overdose. Overcome with despair and vengeance, she sets out on a personal mission to hunt down those accountable.

Finally, the third plot unfolds with Dr. Tyrone Brower (Gary Oldman), a university professor conducting drug trials for what one giant pharmaceutical company hails as the first non-addictive painkiller. Well, it won’t be long before his assistant discovers that it is actually more lethal than any other known painkillers. Will Dr. Brower blow the whistle to unmask the truth?

In the end, the three-prong narrative escalates to a lightning conclusion.

Skip it. “Crisis” feels predictable and light in its exploration of the opioid ordeal.

Watch the trailer:

“Tom and Jerry” — Chloë Grace Moretz, Michael Peña, Colin Jost; directed by Tim Story

Two of the most iconic and beloved cartoon characters, Tom and Jerry, come to life in Tim Story’s eponymous cat-and-mouse comedy.

A mixture of live action and animation, Story’s film version stars Chloë Grace Moretz as the perpetually slacker Kayla, who sashays into one of New York’s famous hotels seeking employment. With a stolen resume, she manages to land a job as an assistant events coordinator.

Soon, Kayla, events manager Terrence (Michael Peña) and executive chef Jackie (Ken Jeong) are making sure that the ostentatious wedding of Preeta (Pallavi Sharda) and Ben (Colin Jost) runs seamlessly up to the last detail. Well, unfortunately, it does not. Why? It’s because of a mischievous mouse named Jerry who calls the lavish hotel home. Before long, the mighty cat Tom, a jazz singer, comes to the rescue.

And so begins the wild cat-and-mouse game.

Skip it. Simply put, the movie does not deliver enough laughs to be worthwhile.

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Dublin St. Patrick’s Festivities 2021: Line-Up Announced



DUBLIN, CA — The 37th Dublin St. Patrick’s Day celebration’s annual crowd-drawing parade and festival got the kibosh for 2021 due to the pandemic. But Irish-inspired events still are taking place March 13-20, including a race, concert, cooking class, chalk contest, scavenger hunt & more, courtesy of the City of Dublin.

See the details, and sign up soon … Activities feature both in-person, socially distant and virtual options:

MARCH 13: St. Patrick’s Celtic Shopping Center Drive-In Concert. At Hacienda Crossings Shopping Center in Dublin. Save your spot … With Irish bands Tempest and Cali Celtic.

MARCH 13: St. Patrick’s Day “Lucky to be in Dublin” Chalk Art Contest. Reserve square at Civic Center Fountain Plaza, or participate from home.

MARCH 13-14: St. Patrick’s Irish Dance Lessons. Get your jig on with McBride School of Irish Dance from San Ramon. An outdoor event with fun that appeals to ages 3 and up.

MARCH 13-14: Irish Marketplace: Vendors specializing in Celtic artwork and jewelry, Irish kilts and textiles, Irish candies, scones, preserves & more at Hacienda Crossings, 5000 Dublin Blvd., from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

MARCH 13-20 : Shamrock 5K Fun Run & Walk. “Lace up those sneakers, pull out your favorite green tutu, and get ready to show that Dublin pride.”

MARCH 16: St. Patrick’s Virtual Cooking Class: Pans On Fire. Don the green, and learn to make an Irish feast!

Through MARCH 20: St. Patrick Shamrockin’ Scavenger Hunt. “Mischievous leprechauns” have hidden “Glen the Guide” & shamrocks all throughout town.

The Dublin Arts Collective has created a fun tutorial on how to create a “Lockdown Leprechaun” with supplies found around the house. The video and list of needed supplies can be found at

While the Dublin Lions Club is unable to host its annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade, the group will help to “paint the town green” by hanging green ribbons throughout downtown Dublin for the weeklong celebration.

Call (925) 556-4500 or visit for complete information.

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