Match Point: 24th Annual Chris Evert/raymond James Pro-celebrity Tennis Classic Set For Nov. 15-17

15, followed by two days of pro-celebrity tennis at the Delray Beach Stadium & Tennis Center on Nov. 16 and 17. Celebrities committed to attend include actors Jon Lovitz, Scott Foley, Alan Thicke and Kevin McKidd; actresses Lisa Rinna and Maeve Quinlan; musicians Gavin Rossdale and David Cook; and tennis journalist and historian Bud Collins. Martina Navratilova and Mats Wilander, a pair of international Hall of Fame players, will highlight a group of former pro tennis stars who will match up with celebrities on the tennis court. Patrick McEnroe, Lisa Raymond, Brad Gilbert, Pam Shriver and Rennae Stubbs are also returning to participate. Chris Evert Charities partners with the Ounce of Prevention Fund of Florida, blending state and private dollars to invest in innovative, community-based programs that give children a chance to live free from drug abuse and neglect. Title sponsor Raymond James Financial heads a group of additional sponsors that include: All On Stage Productions, Atlas Party Rental, Boca by Design, Marriott Boca Raton at Boca Center, Boca Raton Resort & Club, Broward Health Chris Evert Children’s Hospital, City of Delray Beach , Clear Channel Radio, Esurance, Inspirations for Youth and Families, Lombardo & Partners, Merle Woods & Associates, Mike Sipe Entertainment Events & Productions, Palm Beach Rattan, Printzilla, Rolex, Rooms to Go, Ruth’s Chris Steak House Boca Raton , Shopify, Sun Sentinel, Swiss International Air Lines, The Seagate Hotel & Spa, Wright By The Sea, Wyndham Deerfield Beach Resort and Wyndham Boca Raton . Tickets for the pro-celebrity tennis event range in price from $20 to $90. General admission tickets are $20. Individual club seats, with seat backs, are $40 per day, or $70 for the weekend. Platinum-level seating is $90 per day, or $175 for the two-day session. Tickets for the Esurance gala dinner dance on Saturday evening at the Boca Raton Resort & Club, are $750.

The event encouraged the use of seafood products, in Chinns case tuna and clams, certified by the Marine Stewardship Council and the Aquaculture Stewardship Council. Chinn prepared a dish using certified tuna caught using specially designed hooks which do not threaten endangered turtles. His menu also includes clams which have been farmed using environmentally friendly and sustainable methods. The pre-dominant message was overfishing, but the event also highlighted a problem facing Vietnamese consumers often aired in the local media. What Im experiencing as a chef of 18 years is I have no idea where any of the products are coming from. You can say the beef is from the U.S. and has a stamp on it but it might not be,” he said. “Recently in Vietnam we discovered that 80 percent of the noodles were laced with toxic chemicals to keep them white. So its really time for a change. Vietnam is one of the worlds top seafood exporters, with exports of catfish accounting for 90 percent of the global market. While not all exported goods are labeled with information which includes whether that product is certified or not, industry experts recognize that labels with more information are more popular with consumers, said Ngo. Tien Chuong, Aquaculture Coordinator at the World Wide Fund for Natures Vietnam office. He said the general trend is for authorities to make production for export more sustainable while less attention is paid to domestic consumption.

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“Castle,” “The Daily Show” with Jon Stewart. Lisa Ling If you were on a reality TV show, what would it be called? “The Boring People Club” — no wait, “The Travelers. Tatyana Ali When is the last time you cried? Tatyana Ali: Im crying right now. I cry three times a day as part of my workout routine. It really targets the core. Great way to reduce bloating. Whitney Cummings and Chris D’Elia Who’s your ideal drinking buddy, living or dead? Chris D’Elia: Tupac Whitney Cummings: Chelsea Handler Lenny Kravitz If you were undead, would you be a vampire, zombie or ghost? A ghost. Janel Parrish If you were on death row, what would your last meal be? In-N-Out Burger! Giuliana Rancic What’s your guiltiest pleasure? Beauty pageants. I used to pray every night that I would become Miss USA. Julia Stiles If failure weren’t an option, what’s one thing you would do? Be in a rock band. Kaitlin Olson What’s your guiltiest pleasure? The “Real Housewives” of wherever. Catelynn Lowell and Maci Bookout What shows are always on your DVR? Maci Bookout: “Suits” Catelynn Lowell: “Breaking Amish” Nikki Reed Who’s your ideal drinking buddy, living or dead? Nikki Reed: Is it horribly cliche to say Nora Ephron? I really would love to be in that mind for five seconds. I have a tremendous amount of respect for her. You know, women that inspire other women to better themselves and to really pave the way, so I have a lot of respect for her. Busy Phillipps Whats your secret/hidden talent? Busy Phillipps: Im very crafty, and its not really a secret since the invention of Twitter and Instagram. But I make these pretty awesome 3D sculptural cakes and I make my daughter little crafty things and we do a lot of that stuff at my house, so its not a secret. Just my talent. Autumn Reeser If you were on death row, what would your last meal be? A really good bottle of wine.

Celebrity Head-to-Head: Jens Pulver on UFC 166

Velasquez can punch, kick, wrestle and push a pace that Dos Santos has shown to struggle with on his heels. Additionally, I think Velasquez teammate, wrestling coach and fellow UFC 166 main-card fighter (more on that below) Daniel Cormier is right that this fight is happening too soon for Dos Santos. Dos Santos reportedly went into his second fight against Velasquez last December with a serious health condition, the result of over training. He got bullied and severely beaten in that fight, of course, and then went on to fight again in May. Sure, Dos Santos won that bout against Mark Hunt but before that, he had to go through nearly three full rounds and, of course, a tough training camp leading up to it. In the span of just 10 months, Dos Santos will have gone through three training camps and three fights and at least one spectacular brain beating. The damage sustained through all that is nothing to sneeze at and his mind and body could probably use some extra rest before taking on Velasquez again. Cormier has said that Dos Santos, great as he is, simply has not had enough time in between fights with Cain to improve and make adjustments necessary to win. That sounds about right. Dos Santos did virtually nothing right against Velasquez ten short months ago. Can he do a 180 degree turn on Saturday? Im picking Cain by 4th round stoppage over a game but fading Dos Santos.