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court sides with marvin gaye family in ‘blurred lines’ fight


los angeles (ap) — a federal appeals court upheld a copyright infringement verdict against robin thicke and pharrell williams over the 2013 hit song “blurred lines.”in a split decision from a three-judge panel, the 9th u.s. circuit court of appeals on wednesday awarded $5.3 million to the family of marvin gaye, who said “blurred lines” illegally copied from the late soul singer’s “got to give it up.”two judges from the panel of three rejected the defense’s request to overturn the verdict or order a new trial.dissenting judge jacqueline nguyen said the decision has allowed the gaye family to copyright an entire musical style.most read nation & world storiesunlimited digital access: $1 for 4 weekshoward king, attorney for thicke and williams, says he plans further appeals.an email to gaye fa






court sides with marvin gaye family in 'blurred lines' fight


los angeles — a federal appeals court on wednesday upheld a copyright infringement verdict against robin thicke and pharrell williams over the 2013 hit song "blurred lines."in a split decision from a three-judge panel, the 9th u.s. circuit court of appeals awarded $5.3 million to the family of marvin gaye, who said "blurred lines" is illegally copied from the late soul singer's "got to give it up."two judges from the panel of three rejected the defense's request to overturn a jury verdict or order a new trial, saying that gaye's copyright on the song is entitled to broad protection. they accepted a trial court judge's instructing the jury to decide based only on the sheet music to the songs, and not the recordings.dissenting judge jacqueline nguyen offered a harsh dissent, saying that the






is the threat of a copyright lawsuit stifling music?


image copyrightgetty imagesimage caption blurred lines made more than $5m (£3m) for pharrell williams (left) and robin thicke artists are being advised not to state publicly who they're inspired by on their new music, the victoria derbyshire programme has learned. could this stifle their creativity?"there is no such thing as a completely original composition," says music producer and songwriter nile rodgers."we learn music by practising. and what do we practise? we practise patterns. we practise scales. "the art of music-making is the reinterpretation of those rules that we learned."you would be hard-pushed to find a musician in the charts whose work hasn't taken inspiration from their idols and contemporaries.now though, music experts have told the victoria derbyshire programme that artis






marvin gaye’s best creativity tips


photo from wikipedia.marvin gaye might have been best known for albums like i heard it through the grapevine and what’s going on, but when you look closer, you see an artist who struggled with depression who somehow found a way through that to release some of the greatest soul music to come out of motown.advertisementat a glance, gaye’s life as a troubled recluse isn’t exactly something to aspire to. he struggled through two failed marriages, had a debilitating addiction to cocaine, and he attempted suicide at least three times before he was eventually murdered by his own father in 1984. and yet gaye was a master songwriter who broke rules to push r&b outside its limits while being fiercely political and dedicating a lot of time to figure himself out. the time leading up to, and including,






marvin gaye’s best creativity tips


marvin gaye might have been best known for albums like i heard it through the grapevine and what’s going on, but when you look closer, you see an artist who struggled with depression who somehow found a way through that to release some of the greatest soul music to come out of motown.advertisementat a glance, gaye’s life as a troubled recluse isn’t exactly something to aspire to. he struggled through two failed marriages, had a debilitating addiction to cocaine, and he attempted suicide at least three times before he was eventually murdered by his own father in 1984. and yet gaye was a master songwriter who broke rules to push r&b outside its limits while being fiercely political and dedicating a lot of time to figure himself out. the time leading up to, and including, the recording of wha






pretend you have no influences / boing boing


it's been two years since pharrell williams and robin thicke lost a lawsuit brought by marvin gaye's descendants, who argued that their song "blurred lines" infringed gay's 1977 song "got to give it to you," not because it copied the music per se, but because it copied its "vibe." now, on the eve of williams' and thicke's appeal, the bbc reports that the verdict has had profound effects on the way that musicians talk about their compositions. on the one hand, musicians are now being given legal advice not to admit to being influenced by anyone and to deny any inspiration from any source. on the other hand -- and for the same reason -- the labels' legal departments are requiring disclosure forms that enumerate every possible influence or inspiration in the artist's background, to prepare th






ed sheeran settles photograph copyright infringement claim


image copyrightepaimage caption photograph was the fifth single from sheeran's 2014 album x ed sheeran has struck a deal to end a $20m (£13.8m) copyright infringement legal claim over his hit song photograph.songwriters thomas leonard and martin harrington sued the singer last june, claiming his hit ballad had a similar structure to their song, amazing.a lawyer for the pair confirmed to the bbc the claim had now been settled.leonard and harrington's track was released by former x factor winner matt cardle in 2012.on friday, court papers were filed dismissing the case with prejudice, stipulating that a california federal court would enforce the terms of an agreement. richard busch, who represented harrington and leonard would not comment on the settlement terms. a representative for sheeran






ed sheeran settles photograph copyright infringement claim


image copyrightepaimage caption photograph was the fifth single from sheeran's 2014 album x ed sheeran has struck a deal to end a $20m (£13.8m) copyright infringement legal claim over his hit song photograph.songwriters thomas leonard and martin harrington sued the singer last june, claiming his hit ballad had a similar structure to their song, amazing.a lawyer for the pair confirmed to the bbc the claim had now been settled.leonard and harrington's track was released by former x factor winner matt cardle in 2012.on friday, court papers were filed dismissing the case with prejudice, stipulating that a california federal court would enforce the terms of an agreement. richard busch, who represented harrington and leonard would not comment on the settlement terms. a representative for sheeran






how dr. dre discovered eminem / boing boing


a cd containing nine unheard michael jackson songs that are reportedly master recording quality will be on the auction block next week. the winner won’t have legal distribution rights though. from rolling stone: the starting bid on the unreleased album is $50,000, though organizers tell rolling stone that they expect the final price to go […]it’s been two years since pharrell williams and robin thicke lost a lawsuit brought by marvin gaye’s descendants, who argued that their song “blurred lines” infringed gay’s 1977 song “got to give it to you,” not because it copied the music per se, but because it copied its “vibe.”on youtube, gangnam style’s been the most-played video for five years—a little-known testament to the grim reality of popular culture these days. but no longer! it has finally






sylvia moy, motown songwriter and producer, dies at age 78


detroit — motown songwriter sylvia moy, who penned or collaborated on several hits by recording stars like stevie wonder and marvin gaye, has died in suburban detroit. she was 78.her brother, melvin moy, tells the associated press his sister died saturday at hospital in dearborn from complications from pneumonia.moy's credits include wonder's "my cherie amour" and gaye's "it takes two." she was inducted into the songwriters hall of fame in 2006.motown arranger and musician paul riser says moy was the studio's first female producer and "pioneered some really, really unique things for women."swanson funeral home in detroit will hold funeral services this weekend. moy's survivors include five sisters and two brothers.






unheard michael jackson album up for auction / boing boing


it’s been two years since pharrell williams and robin thicke lost a lawsuit brought by marvin gaye’s descendants, who argued that their song “blurred lines” infringed gay’s 1977 song “got to give it to you,” not because it copied the music per se, but because it copied its “vibe.”an intern slipped famed record producer jimmy iovine a mixtape of then-unknown eminem. dr. dre got hold of it and the rest is history. in an earlier documentary about their fateful meeting, dr. dre describes what happened: “well, i first heard eminem’s music at jimmy iovine’s house. he just happened to have gotten eminem’s tape […]on youtube, gangnam style’s been the most-played video for five years—a little-known testament to the grim reality of popular culture these days. but no longer! it has finally been dethr






open carry swords come to texas on sept 1 / boing boing


it’s been two years since pharrell williams and robin thicke lost a lawsuit brought by marvin gaye’s descendants, who argued that their song “blurred lines” infringed gay’s 1977 song “got to give it to you,” not because it copied the music per se, but because it copied its “vibe.”paul ryan ally rep. mike conaway [r-tx, @conawaytx11, +1 (202) 225-3605] is the proud owner of $30,000 worth of stock in unitedhealth, who stand to benefit enormously from rep conaway’s efforts to destroy obamacare and replace it with a system that allows insurers to charge more and kick more than 22,000,000 americans off their insurance.happy fourth of july timelapse tuesday! the best fireworks are in the hood. they are technically illegal, but that doesn't stop much of the city from getting down. this is a blend






can you name all 26 bands whose fonts comprise this alphabet? / boing boing


a cd containing nine unheard michael jackson songs that are reportedly master recording quality will be on the auction block next week. the winner won’t have legal distribution rights though. from rolling stone: the starting bid on the unreleased album is $50,000, though organizers tell rolling stone that they expect the final price to go […]it’s been two years since pharrell williams and robin thicke lost a lawsuit brought by marvin gaye’s descendants, who argued that their song “blurred lines” infringed gay’s 1977 song “got to give it to you,” not because it copied the music per se, but because it copied its “vibe.”an intern slipped famed record producer jimmy iovine a mixtape of then-unknown eminem. dr. dre got hold of it and the rest is history. in an earlier documentary about their fa






open carry swords come to texas on sept 1 / boing boing


it’s been two years since pharrell williams and robin thicke lost a lawsuit brought by marvin gaye’s descendants, who argued that their song “blurred lines” infringed gay’s 1977 song “got to give it to you,” not because it copied the music per se, but because it copied its “vibe.”paul ryan ally rep. mike conaway [r-tx, @conawaytx11, +1 (202) 225-3605] is the proud owner of $30,000 worth of stock in unitedhealth, who stand to benefit enormously from rep conaway’s efforts to destroy obamacare and replace it with a system that allows insurers to charge more and kick more than 22,000,000 americans off their insurance.happy fourth of july timelapse tuesday! the best fireworks are in the hood. they are technically illegal, but that doesn't stop much of the city from getting down. this is a blend






'no scrubs' writers get added to sheeran hit 'shape of you'


new york — the songwriters behind tlc's 1999 megahit "no scrubs" are now listed as co-writers of ed sheeran's no. 1 hit "shape of you."on the website for performance rights organization ascap, kandi burruss, tameka cottle aka tiny and kevin briggs have been added as co-writers of "shape of you," co-written by sheeran, steve mac and john mcdaid."shape of you" is currently on top of the billboard hot 100 chart. representatives for sheeran and ascap didn't immediately respond to emails from the associated press seeking comment.burruss and tiny were members of the r&b girl group xscape. burruss, also a reality star on bravo's "the real housewives of atlanta," posted about the news sunday on her instagram page."to be a part of such a great song is a blessing," tiny, in an email to the associate






football: marvin sanders takes leave from loyola


loyola football coach marvin sanders has requested a "personal leave" to focus on his family, according to a letter sent to loyola faculty by principal frank kozakowski. it has been approved for the rest of the school year.kozakowski is expected to announce on friday who will take over sanders' duties until he returns. "please keep marvin and his family in your thoughts and prayers during this time," kozakowski said.sanders just completed his fourth season as loyola's coach.for the latest on high school sports, follow @latsondheimer on twitter






raiders mourn the loss of two members of their football family


the raiders on monday mourned the deaths of two longtime members of their organization: former offensive lineman and scout mickey marvin and former player personnel executive and consultant george karras.“the raiders family is deeply saddened by the losses of mickey marvin and george karras,” raiders owner mark davis said in a statement. “mickey and george were raiders in every sense of the word and they each leave a strong legacy with the organization and throughout the nfl. our sincerest thoughts and prayers are with the families of both mickey and george.”marvin, who played for the raiders from 1977-87, died at 61 after battling als, which he was diagnosed with in 2015. he played in 120 games for the raiders and started at right guard in 11 playoff games, including two super bowl victor






raiders mourn the loss of two members of their football family


the raiders on monday mourned the deaths of two longtime members of their organization: former offensive lineman and scout mickey marvin and former player personnel executive and consultant george karras.“the raiders family is deeply saddened by the losses of mickey marvin and george karras,” raiders owner mark davis said in a statement. “mickey and george were raiders in every sense of the word and they each leave a strong legacy with the organization and throughout the nfl. our sincerest thoughts and prayers are with the families of both mickey and george.”marvin, who played for the raiders from 1977-87, died at 61 after battling als, which he was diagnosed with in 2015. he played in 120 games for the raiders and started at right guard in 11 playoff games, including two super bowl victor






the blurred lines of the final four


the student sections at the final four are in mosh pits behind each basket, 50 feet away and 27 inches below the raised court to better utilize the full seating (and monetary) capacity of a 70,000-seat nfl stadium for a college basketball game. the college bands are down there, too, with the best...






ikutaro kakehashi: roland founder and music pioneer dies aged 87


image copyrightwikipedia/ccimage caption ikutaro kakehashi was behind the versatile tr-808 drum machine the music world is mourning the loss of roland founder and electronic instrument pioneer ikutaro kakehashi, who has died aged 87.the japanese engineer created many popular drum machines, including the iconic tr-808.its sound is a staple of hip-hop and electronic music, used by everyone from kanye west to marvin gaye.kakehashi received a technical grammy in 2013 for contributions to electronic music technology.dave smith - kakehashi's co-winner - told the bbc he "was just an amazing man, a good friend, a very good competitor of course and just innovative continually all that time".before leading roland for 40 years, mr kakehashi founded ace tone in the 1960s. the firm made amplifiers and






ikutaro kakehashi: roland founder and music pioneer dies aged 87


image copyrightwikipedia/ccimage caption ikutaro kakehashi was behind the versatile tr-808 drum machine the music world is mourning the loss of roland founder and electronic instrument pioneer ikutaro kakehashi, who has died aged 87.the japanese engineer created many popular drum machines, including the iconic tr-808.its sound is a staple of hip-hop and electronic music, used by everyone from kanye west to marvin gaye.kakehashi received a technical grammy in 2013 for contributions to electronic music technology.dave smith - kakehashi's co-winner - told the bbc he "was just an amazing man, a good friend, a very good competitor of course and just innovative continually all that time".before leading roland for 40 years, mr kakehashi founded ace tone in the 1960s. the firm made amplifiers and






ikutaro kakehashi: roland founder and music pioneer dies aged 87


image copyrightwikipedia/ccimage caption ikutaro kakehashi was behind the versatile tr-808 drum machine the music world is mourning the loss of roland founder and electronic instrument pioneer ikutaro kakehashi, who has died aged 87.the engineer created many popular drum machines, including the iconic tr-808, which changed the face of modern music.its sound is a staple of hip-hop and electronic music, used by everyone from kanye west to marvin gaye.kakehashi received a technical grammy in 2013 for contributions to electronic music technology.dave smith - kakehashi's co-winner - told the bbc he "was just an amazing man, a good friend, a very good competitor of course and just innovative continually all that time".before leading roland for 40 years, mr kakehashi founded ace tone in the 1960s






ikutaro kakehashi: roland founder and music pioneer dies aged 87


image copyrightwikipedia/ccimage caption ikutaro kakehashi was behind the versatile tr-808 drum machine the music world is mourning the loss of roland founder and electronic instrument pioneer ikutaro kakehashi, who has died aged 87.the japanese engineer created many popular drum machines, including the iconic tr-808.its sound is a staple of hip-hop and electronic music, used by everyone from kanye west to marvin gaye.kakehashi received a technical grammy in 2013 for contributions to electronic music technology.dave smith - kakehashi's co-winner - told the bbc he "was just an amazing man, a good friend, a very good competitor of course and just innovative continually all that time".before leading roland for 40 years, mr kakehashi founded ace tone in the 1960s. the firm made amplifiers and






alan thicke's sons take his widow to court over prenup; her lawyer blasts their


alan thicke's eldest sons are going to war with his widow, alleging that after losing her husband five months ago, tanya callau is now trying to bust her prenup while threatening to make the family dispute "tabloid fodder.""blurred lines" singer robin thicke and his brother, brennan thicke, filed a petition tuesday asking the court to uphold an agreement their dad and third wife callau signed before getting married in 2005. “my clients made every effort to resolve this without the need for going to court," attorney alex weingarten said tuesday in a statement. according to court documents obtained by the los angeles times, callau "threatened to make her claims fodder for 'tabloid publicity' unless the co-trustees agreed to participate in a mediation and succumb to her demands."callau's atto






alan thicke's sons take his widow to court over prenup; her lawyer blasts their


alan thicke's eldest sons are going to war with his widow, alleging that after losing her husband five months ago, tanya callau is now trying to bust her prenup while threatening to make the family dispute "tabloid fodder.""blurred lines" singer robin thicke and his brother, brennan thicke, filed a petition tuesday asking the court to uphold an agreement their dad and third wife callau signed before getting married in 2005. “my clients made every effort to resolve this without the need for going to court," attorney alex weingarten said tuesday in a statement. according to court documents obtained by the los angeles times, callau "threatened to make her claims fodder for 'tabloid publicity' unless the co-trustees agreed to participate in a mediation and succumb to her demands."callau's atto






72 years after war's end, minn. world war ii veteran gets purple heart


before gaye sundberg died in 2014, she dreamed that one day her husband, world war ii veteran wayne sundberg, would receive the purple heart medal he had clearly earned.on wednesday, on their 60th wedding anniversary, sundberg, now 93, did just that.in 1944, staff sgt. sundberg, a b-26 turret gunner from milaca, minn., was shot down and captured by german forces, suffering shrapnel wounds in the ordeal, then was held as a prisoner of war for nine months before being liberated by soviet troops at the end of the war.on wednesday, u.s. sen. amy klobuchar, d-minn., whose office helped sundberg’s family secure the medal, pinned it on him at a ceremony at the veterans services building in st. paul, according to media reports.“wayne, like most soldiers, didn’t serve for the accolades or the atten






new spotlight, new baby for oscars-bound mahershala ali


los angeles (ap) — mahershala ali’s universe is expanding, personally and professionally. after almost 20 years as an actor, he’s attending his first academy awards as a star of two of its best picture nominees: he’s taraji p. henson’s love interest in “hidden figures”; in “moonlight,” he’s favored to win the supporting actor oscar for his portrayal of a compassionate drug dealer.meanwhile, ali is also preparing for first-time fatherhood with wife amatus sami-karim, the artist he fell in love with while studying for his master’s degree at new york university in 2000. they married in 2013, and her pregnancy paralleled his rising profile.the 43-year-old actor talked with the associated press about why he finds the convergence of his personal and professional milestones grounding, the role mu






new spotlight, new baby for oscars-bound mahershala ali


los angeles (ap) — mahershala ali’s universe is expanding, personally and professionally. after almost 20 years as an actor, he’s attending his first academy awards as a star of two of its best picture nominees: he’s taraji p. henson’s love interest in “hidden figures”; and he’s favored to win the supporting actor oscar for his portrayal of a compassionate drug dealer in “moonlight.”meanwhile, ali is also preparing for first-time fatherhood with wife amatus sami-karim, the artist he fell in love with while studying for his master’s degree at new york university in 2000. they married in 2013, and her pregnancy paralleled his rising profile this awards season.the 43-year-old actor talked with the associated press about why he finds the convergence of his personal and professional milestones






former palisades basketball coach jerry marvin dies


jerry marvin, who was the first basketball coach at palisades high when the school opened in 1961 and coached for 30 years, including a city section championship in 1969, died on sunday, according to palisades golf coach james paleno. he was 87.among those he coached were former nba players steve kerr and kiki vandeweghe."he was just an unbelievable human being," said paleno, who succeeded marvin after serving six years as an assistant. "he had the capacity to make anyone laugh. he was a mentor for me. he's a legend in city section basketball. he was a great person."when marvin retired in 1991, he told the times, "the only thing i've been crazy about is basketball."his son, conner, is a freshman at palisades. marvin is also survived by his wife, gaelyn, his daughter and two grandchildren.






today in entertainment: miley cyrus regrets 'wrecking ball'; 'arrested developme


alan thicke's eldest sons are going to war with his widow, alleging that after losing her husband five months ago, tanya callau is now trying to bust her prenup while threatening to make the family dispute "tabloid fodder.""blurred lines" singer robin thicke and his brother, brennan thicke, filed a petition tuesday asking the court to uphold an agreement their dad and third wife callau signed before getting married in 2005. “my clients made every effort to resolve this without the need for going to court," attorney alex weingarten said tuesday in a statement. according to court documents obtained by the los angeles times, callau "threatened to make her claims fodder for 'tabloid publicity' unless the co-trustees agreed to participate in a mediation and succumb to her demands."callau's atto






today in entertainment: miley cyrus regrets 'wrecking ball'; 'arrested developme


alan thicke's eldest sons are going to war with his widow, alleging that after losing her husband five months ago, tanya callau is now trying to bust her prenup while threatening to make the family dispute "tabloid fodder.""blurred lines" singer robin thicke and his brother, brennan thicke, filed a petition tuesday asking the court to uphold an agreement their dad and third wife callau signed before getting married in 2005. “my clients made every effort to resolve this without the need for going to court," attorney alex weingarten said tuesday in a statement. according to court documents obtained by the los angeles times, callau "threatened to make her claims fodder for 'tabloid publicity' unless the co-trustees agreed to participate in a mediation and succumb to her demands."callau's atto






marvin booker's family asks denver da to reopen death investigation


denver department of safetythis undated photo provided by the denver department of safety shows marvin bookerthe family of marvin booker, a homeless street preacher who died while being restrained in a denver jail, is asking district attorney beth mccann to reopen a criminal investigation into his death.on monday, members of booker’s family will meet with mccann to discuss the case and will hold a rally at 5:30 p.m. on the steps of the downtown detention center, where booker died july 9, 2010.in a june letter to mccann, the family wrote that a criminal investigation should be reopened based on evidence that a taser submitted by deputies for analysis was not the same stun gun used to shock booker while he was restrained. the letter asserts that sgt. carrie rodriguez intentionally switched t






charlie puth one call away download


download download charles otto "charlie" puth jr. [1][2][3][4] (/pu. /; born december 2, 1991) is an american singer, songwriter and record producer who gained his initial recognition by the viral success of his song posts to youtube. puth subsequently gained wider recognition for hit songs including his debut single "marvin gaye", with vocals by meghan trainor, which topped charts in australia, new zealand, ireland, and the united kingdom - and which peaked at number 21 on the us billboard hot 100. puth wrote, co-produced and performed with wiz khalifa on the song "see you again", included in the furious 7 soundtrack as a tribute to the late paul walker. top songs: 1. we don't talk anymore2. one call away3. marvin gaye4. dangerously5. some type of love6. losing my mind7. my gospel8. then






former home of 'soul train' creator don cornelius lists for $2.3 million


don’t be surprised when two lines form for this beverly crest house. the former home of late “soul train” creator-producer don cornelius has hit the market at $2.295 million.the rustic traditional-style home, built in 1982, sits at the end of a gated driveway and has city-light and tree-top views.there are four bedrooms and three bathrooms in nearly 3,500 square feet of living space. the formal dining room opens to a step-down living room, which shares a two-sided stone fireplace with a billiards room. the family room-den features a tiled wet bar. the two-story home sits behind gates on a quarter-acre lot in the beverly crest area. (the agency)lawns, mature landscaping and concrete patios fill out the backyard. there’s also a three-car garage.cornelius, who died in 2012 at 75, created “sou






2 convicted of murder for deadly drag race in germany


berlin — two men have been convicted of murder for a midnight drag race along a chic berlin boulevard that ended with the death of another motorist.the berlin state court on monday sentenced both hamdi h., 28, and marvin n., 25, to life in prison for the feb. 1, 2016 crime.the court said the two began a "spontaneous street race" after coincidentally coming alongside one another at a red light shortly after midnight on the capital's kurfuerstendamm boulevard.hitting speeds of 170 km/h (106 mph) they blasted through multiple red lights until hamid h. ran into a jeep driven by a 69-year-old man who died at the scene. marvin n. crashed into a concrete planter box, sending his car many meters (yards) into the air and injuring his passenger.






the cincinnati bengals made the right move bringing back marvin lewis


there usually is a surprise move or two during the firing-and-hiring cycle for nfl coaches. more often than not, that involves a coach being unexpectedly fired. the surprise move of this coaching cycle, at least so far, is the cincinnati bengals' decision tuesday to retain marvin lewis as their coach.it was the right move for the bengals, even with their lack of playoff success in 15 seasons under lewis and their shortage of success of any kind the last two years.this wasn't how it was supposed to go. there had been reports in recent weeks, unequivocally stated, that it had been mutually decided that lewis would not remain the bengals' coach. his contract was expiring. there was talk of him taking a front office job, perhaps in cincinnati, or maybe working for the league office.but lewis d






one for marvin rea: lighthouse wins first game after death of coach in car crash


quincy taylor wasn't sure how his team was going to play in its first time on the floor after lighthouse coach marvin rea died in a car crash tuesday.one point was never in doubt.the lions were going to play against marquette.according to taylor, lighthouse's interim coach, it's what rea would have wanted.rea would have been proud after the lions defeated marquette 76-58 in an emotional game friday.there was a moment of silence for rea before the game and a pregame prayer at half-court, with the players clasping arms in solidarity.bowman, a program rea coached to two state titles and two state runner-up appearances, was in the stands for support.one of taylor's assistant coaches, kenya stines, who also was an assistant for rea at bowman, brought a piece of bowman's last state championship