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Lensic & Ron Bloomberg Present Vaudeville 2 Aug. 3

Lensic & Ron Bloomberg Present Vaudeville 2 Aug. 3

first_imgSANTA FE ― The Lensic and Ron Bloomberg present “Vaudeville 2,” the second-annual salute to The Lensic’s early days as a 1930s vaudeville venue Saturday, Aug. 3. LPAC News: Created by veteran comedy and television writer Ron Bloomberg, this high-energy variety show features hilarious and talented Santa Fe artists performing comedy, music, dance, circus-style contortion, and more.  The “Vaudeville 2” cast features Leslie Livingston, Joel Aalberts, Ron Bloomberg, Ty Cooper, Dadu, Alisha Hall, Patrick MacDonald, Liam Merkle, Richard Peters, Pamela Post, and Christine Marie Smith, plus The Unreal Housewives of Santa Fe. Upon moving to Santa Fe in 2004, Ron began writing plays. Fifteen have been produced. A reading of his full-length play, “The Queen of Madison Avenue,” was held at the Lensic Performing Arts Center, featuring Ali MacGraw and Jonathan Richards, in 2014. Ron Bloomberg is an award-winning comedy writer whose TV network credits include “All in the Family,” “Three’s Company,” and “Home Improvement.” The all-new production, like summer 2018’s popular “Vaudeville at The Lensic,” is created and directed by Ron Bloomberg and produced by Linda Krull. David Geist serves as music director, with set design by Meg Hachmann. These local artists perform in the spirit of legendary vaudeville stars like Judy Garland, Rudy Vallee, Walter Pidgeon, and Rita Hayworth—all of whom performed at The Lensic after it first opened in 1931 as a vaudeville venue and movie palace. Writer/Director Ron Bloomberglast_img read more

Scottish Widows sets sail in Fletcher King’s SHIPS

Scottish Widows sets sail in Fletcher King’s SHIPS

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Aquaculture boom worth $13.3bn in 2030

Aquaculture boom worth $13.3bn in 2030

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Schlumberger Snaps Up EVTN Voraxial Separator

Schlumberger Snaps Up EVTN Voraxial Separator

first_imgEnviro Voraxial Technology (EVTN) has entered into an agreement with Schlumberger to sell its intellectual property, substantially consisting of its Voraxial Separator patents and trademarks.In addition, following the closing, EVTN will receive a worldwide, royalty-free license to use the underlying patents to market, manufacture and sell the Voraxial Separator for all industries outside of the oil-and-gas market. Further, EVTN will receive certain manufacturing rights to manufacture the Voraxial Separator for Schlumberger for a period of 3 years.“We are very excited about the future potential of this relationship with Schlumberger,” stated John A. DiBella, CEO of EVTN. “This agreement provides EVTN with a path to manufacture and sell the Voraxial into the oil and gas market through Schlumberger and to potentially leverage this success into additional growth opportunities in other industries where the Voraxial can have significant benefits in treating and cleaning wastewater, such as mining, sewage and industrial wastewater.”The agreement is expected to be completed within the next 3 months.last_img read more

Eight UN peacekeepers killed in east DRC clashes

Eight UN peacekeepers killed in east DRC clashes

first_img2 Tanzanian UN peacekeepers killed in DRC UN peacekeepers killed in Mali At least 4 UN peacekeepers killed in central Malicenter_img Eight U.N. peacekeepers were killed in clashes with militias near the east Congolese town of Beni, United Nations and diplomatic sources have confirmed.The latest incident continues to hamper peacekeeping efforts in the region that is at the center of the country’s worst-ever Ebola epidemic.One Tanzanian and seven Malawian peacekeepers were killed during the clashes.“Our peacekeeping colleagues tell us that six peacekeepers from Malawi and one from Tanzania who are part of the UN peacekeeping operation in the DRC … were killed yesterday, in Beni territory, in North Kivu,” U.N. spokesman Stephane Dujarric told reporters initially in New York.The deaths mark the biggest loss by the large UN force in the Democratic Republic of Congo since the rebels killed 15 troops nearly a year ago.East Congo has been plagued by banditry and armed insurrections for more than two decades since the fall of former military ruler Mobutu Sese Seko, but the past year has seen a surge in violence around North Kivu.Beni and the surrounding villages are also suffering an Ebola epidemic that has infected over 300 people and killed two thirds of them.Constant armed attacks by at least two rebel groups in the region are hampering international efforts to contain the virus, by preventing medical workers from gaining access to Ebola victims.Relatedlast_img read more

#F2HGratitude: Farmington area nonprofit brings community together

#F2HGratitude: Farmington area nonprofit brings community together

first_imgThis week, we’re publishing a series of posts expressing gratitude for some of the things in Farmington and Farmington Hills that bring us together. With help from our supporters, we’ve chosen six, but there are many, many more. Join the #F2HGratitude conversation Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram. Make sure you catch all of our posts by signing up for our daily (except Sunday) emails. According to GuideStar, which reports on nonprofits across the U.S., more than 500 of Michigan’s 52,000 nonprofit organizations call Farmington and Farmington Hills home.The largest is Botsford General Hospital, now Beaumont Farmington Hills, and the vast majority have gross receipts under $1,000. They include churches, sports leagues, music and school groups, fraternal and professional organizations, animal rescues, and more.But one local nonprofit has gone well beyond the bounds of charity to create an annual community-building experience each holiday season.Farmington Area Goodfellows volunteers pack thousands of nonperishable food items into boxes for delivery to families and seniors in need. Starting each November, Farmington Area Goodfellows draws hundreds of volunteers together to raise funds and coordinate food and gift donations to ensure that no child or senior goes without a Christmas. Founded more than 70 years ago by members of the Exchange (now Xemplar) Club, the nonprofit’s volunteers sort through about 35,000 non-perishable food items, 400 cases of diapers, 1,000 books, and more than 60,000 toys, all stored in borrowed space.Many who work in the warehouse are retirees available during the day, but the Goodfellows drive draws in folks of all ages, including Farmington Public Schools students. All school buildings hold food drives, and the annual Battle of the Middles charity basketball game at Harrison High School has raised more than $65,000 over the past 12 years. (RELATED: FARMINGTON SCHOOLS TEAMS BATTLE FOR A GOOD CAUSE)On delivery day – December 16 this year – scores of volunteers will drive to the warehouse and open their vehicles to receive boxes of food and hand-selected gifts for delivery to families that have applied for help. And that is a sight to see:Learn more about the Goodfellows at goodfellows.info.RELATED: HERE’S WHERE YOU CAN SUPPORT THE FARMINGTON GOODFELLOWS, THERE’S PROBABLY A FARMINGTON GOODFELLOWS COLLECTION BOX NEAR YOUNext in our #F2H Gratitude series: The Farmington area’s vital and vibrant arts scene. Reported by admin Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Lozada shines during PH Swimming League tilt in Capiz

Lozada shines during PH Swimming League tilt in Capiz

first_img[av_textblock size=” font_color=” color=”]Syudad sang ILOILO – Patay ang isa sa duha ka high-value targets sa pagduso sang ilegal nga droga kag subjects sa warrant of arrest para sa kaso nga two counts of murder sa operasyon sang Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG) 6 sa Barangay Ticud, La Paz alas-3:34 sang hapon kahapon. Gindeklarar nga dead-on-arrival sa West Visayas Medical Center si Aslani Ansari alyas Boy nga nakaagom sang pilas sa lawas. Na-aresto naman ang upod sini nga si Alex Mapandi alyas Angari/Agie, 31. Sandig sa report halin kay Senior Supt. Marlon Tayaba, hepe sang CIDG-6, upod ang mga katapo sang Special Weapons And Tactics kag Iloilo City Police Office, plano nila nga i-serbe ang warrant of arrest para sa kaso nga two counts of murder kontra sa duha sang nagluntad ang insidente. Ginapasuni nga nagbatu si Ansari paagi sa pagtiro sa isa sa mga katapo sang CIDG-6 rason nga na-puersa ang mga otoridad nga magbalos kabangdanan sang iya kamatayon. Narekober naman sa paghinakop sang duha ang duha ka mga pusil kag pila ka plastic sachets sang ginapatihan shabu. Sa interbyu naman sang mga katapo sang media kay Senior Insp. Rey Sumagaysay, hepe sang La Paz PNP, sanday Ansari kag Mapandi ang ginatudlo mga suspek sa pagpatay paagi sa pagsunog sa isa ka Muslim nga nasapwan nga naputos sa plastic sa circumferential road sa Brgy. Balabago, Jaro sang tinalikdan nga bulan./H[/av_textblock][/av_one_full] [av_one_full first min_height=” vertical_alignment=” space=” custom_margin=” margin=’0px’ padding=’0px’ border=” border_color=” radius=’0px’ background_color=” src=” background_position=’top left’ background_repeat=’no-repeat’ animation=”][av_heading heading=’Lozada shines during PH Swimming League tilt in Capiz ‘ tag=’h3′ style=’blockquote modern-quote’ size=” subheading_active=’subheading_below’ subheading_size=’15’ padding=’10’ color=” custom_font=”]By ADRIAN STEWART CO[/av_heading][av_textblock size=” font_color=” color=”]MANILA – Aklan Swimming Team member Michael Lozada captured three gold medals to cap off a record-breaking feat in the 105th Philippine Swimming League (PSL) National Series on Sunday at the Villareal Sports Complex in Roxas City, Capiz.The Aklanon Lozada claimed a gold medal in the boys’ 10-under 50m backstroke on a record-breaking 36.28 seconds time, as well as the top prize in the 200m individual medley and 50m butterfly.Meanwhile, clinching two golds each are Althea Llera (girls’ 10-under 200m IM and 50m backstroke), Atilla Pia Loy (girls’ 14-year 100m backstroke and 100m breaststroke) and Khraven Villareal (boys’ 12-year 100m backstroke and 100m breaststroke).Also scoring twin golds are Jennuel Booh De Leon (boys’ 11-year 100m backstroke and 100m breaststroke), and Alic Deniel Dela Cruz (girls’ 15-over 100m backstroke and 100m freestyle).Finishing with one gold each are Maria Reina Nazareta (girls’ 11-year 100m backstroke), John Rylle Villagomez (boys’ 9-year 50m backstroke), Kyla Soguilon (girls’ 11-over 200m IM), Lucio Cuyong II (boys’ 11-over 200m IM), Gian Gomez (boys’ 8-year 50m backstroke), Lance Magno (boys’ 7-year 50m backstroke), Mark Marajucom (boys’ 14-year 100m backstroke), and Joemarie Borres (boys’ 7-year 50m butterfly).The other gold medalists are Asha Segotier, Kate Roberto, Stacey Bee, Julyiana Calibjo, Jozsef Calibjo, Gregory Sumile, Marie Joe Borres, Natazha Lozada, Michael Marino, Lance Roldan, and Danica Alba.“I am very happy for the support given by the provincial government Capiz. I wish to do this kind of competition more often so that the swimmers from the regions will experience a more competitive competition,” said PSL president Susan Papa./PN[/av_textblock][/av_one_full][av_one_full first min_height=” vertical_alignment=” space=” custom_margin=” margin=’0px’ padding=’0px’ border=” border_color=” radius=’0px’ background_color=” src=” background_position=’top left’ background_repeat=’no-repeat’ animation=”][av_heading heading=’Durogista gintiro sang Pulis’ tag=’h3′ style=’blockquote modern-quote’ size=” subheading_active=’subheading_below’ subheading_size=’15’ padding=’10’ color=” custom_font=”]Ni Ime Sornito[/av_heading]last_img read more

Kevin Love & Draymond Green: Polar Opposites on Every Level, Evenly Matched on the Court

Kevin Love & Draymond Green: Polar Opposites on Every Level, Evenly Matched on the Court

first_img Matt Medley Matt Medley is co-editor at NEO Sports Insiders, covers the Cleveland Cavaliers, Cleveland Indians and high school sports in Northeast Ohio.Follow @MedleyHoops on Twitter for live updates from games. Related TopicsDraymond GreenKevin Lovecenter_img Last night, I wrote a column stating the significance of the rivalry between LeBron James and Steph Curry. The gist of the article was that whichever superstar player brings home the Larry O’Brien Trophy in 2016 will be viewed as “best player,” “top dog,” etc.The supporting casts of those players will be significant, as well. But there are interesting matchups all around the court aside from LeBron vs. Steph.Of course the Kyrie Irving vs Curry matchup will be fun to watch, but if Cavs fans think Irving is going to be the better player night in and night out in this series, I would venture to say they are basing that more off of faith than off of what we’ve actually seen happen.As much as Cavs fans have come to love J.R. Smith, who is capable of exploding for seven or eight threes on any given night, but has some rough stretches in between his outbursts, there’s no denying that Klay Thompson is a top three shooting guard in the league, if not the best at the position.Perhaps one area that is the closest thing to an even matchup on the court is the battle between power forwards, Kevin Love and Draymond Green.Love has played excellent in 12 of 14 playoffs games this postseason, averaging 17 points and 9 rebounds per game.He had two terrible games in Toronto, but aside from that has been lethal from three-point range, averaging three made shots from beyond the arc per game, shooting 44 percent from outside.As for Green, he is much more than just a power forward. Some would say he is the heart and soul of the Warriors. Others would say he’s a dirty player who doesn’t deserve to be on the court. Maybe he’s all of those things combined.Green has not had a phenomenal postseason, but his scoring and rebounding averages are both up in the playoffs compared to the regular season.The offense runs through Green a large percentage of the time, as he is averaging 15 points, 10 rebounds, and most impressively for a 6’7″ forward, 6 assists per game in the playoffs. It’s worth noting that he averaged 7.5 assists per game in the regular season, so perhaps Golden State has veered away from some of what made them so successful in the regular season.Watching the Western Conference Finals, there were countless times where Thompson and Curry launched up threes after little to no ball movement, but the scary thing from a Cleveland perspective is that a lot of those shots went in.Regardless, even if Cavs fans hate Green, even if he has not played his best basketball in the playoffs, he is a force to be reckoned with and there’s no doubt Cavaliers head coach Tyronn Lue has been putting a significant emphasis on how to deal with Green on both ends.One of the most interesting aspects of the Love vs. Green matchup will be seeing how the Warriors forward tries to get under the Cavalier’s skin.Love is somewhat of a streaky player and although it’s impossible to know what goes through his head, it’s clear that there are times where his confidence is higher and he’s making shots, and other times where he passes up on good looks, many of which come during games where he is not hitting the same amount of shots as he’s used to.The Cavaliers as a whole have been trying to boost Love’s confidence throughout the season. LeBron has given mention to Love in post-game press conferences, saying how vital he is to the success of the team, even referring to him as an “All-Star,” despite being snubbed from the honor in 2016.Recently, Coach Lue called Love a “top 10 player” in the league. That’s some high praise and highly debatable, but it shows that the coach is giving praise to his guy and maybe trying to give Love a bit of an ego boost.On the flip side, Green plays with a huge chip on his shoulder. He’s cocky. Arrogant. Use any adjective you like, but the bottom line is that it’s clear that his energy, along with his great play, feeds the team immensely.When Green gets fired up, the crowd gets fired up, whether at home or away. When Green gets fired up, his teammates are even raised to another level.But let’s get back to the more tangible statistical elements of this matchup.Love has a reputation of being a poor defender. It’s not as bad on a nightly basis as some would make it out to be, but there’s some validity to the claim.Love’s defense at the rim, where he will likely be dealing with Green in this series, leaves much to be desired. In the regular season, Love’s opponents’ field goal percentage at the rim is 54.3 percent. For the record, Green’s opponents’ field goal percentage at the rim was 46 percent.Perhaps we see LeBron guard Green at times in the series if this liability rears its ugly head. On the other side, it’s safe to expect Green to be guarding Love for the majority of the series.Both of these players have different strengths and weaknesses, different styles of play, and different personalities.Love is more of a calm, cool, and collected shooter. Love has a soft touch from thee-point range and has a nose for rebounding on the defensive end.Green has a fiery personality, wears his emotions on his sleeve as loudly as possible, talks trash, doesn’t care if he’s boo-ed by fans, and in some ways is a poor man’s version of LeBron, with less offensive skill. That’s not a slight at Green. He was an All-Star for a reason. The two polar opposite skill sets and personalities makes this a great matchup to watch and whichever one performs best under pressure, maintains their composure, and provides that lift that a third star is supposed to, could end up being one of the most important keys to the outcome of the series.last_img read more

MRT Jakarta Buka Naming Right Tahap 2, Semua Perusahaan Indonesia Bisa Ambil Bagian

MRT Jakarta Buka Naming Right Tahap 2, Semua Perusahaan Indonesia Bisa Ambil Bagian

first_img“Kalau tahap pertama kita buka untuk perkantoran yang dekat dengan stasiun MRT dimana jarak terjauh 700 meter. Kali ini kita buka untuk semua perusahaan di Indonesia sehingga semua bisa ikut,” ujar Gamal yang ditemui KabarPenumpang.com, Rabu (30/1/2019).Gamal menjelaskan, untuk tahap kedua ini sendiri rulenya adalah penamaan oleh perusahaan akan dikontrak selama lima tahun dan akan diperpanjang lima tahun berikutnya. Apalagi penamaan ini juga tidak menghilangkan nama aslinya, hal ini dilakukan agar penumpang tidak bingung.“Kita tetap pakai nama asli stasiun, penamaan perusahaan akan ada di belakangnya, jadi kalau sewaktu-waktu berganti penumpang tidak bingung,” jelas Gamal.Dia mengatakan, saat ini pun pihak MRT tengah membuat kartu single dan multi trip dengan tipe C. Gamal menjelaskan, kartu tipe C ini cepat untuk dibaca oleh alat pemindai di gate dan berbeda dengan kartu perjalanan atau e-money lainnya yang memiliki tipe E.“Kita punya kartu tapi ini nanti tidak akan terintegrasi dengan lainnya, maksudnya adalah tidak terintegrasi dalam tarif sehingga bila naik MRT misal Rp8500 untuk ongkos, saat pindah ke TransJakarta tetap kena Rp3500,” jelas Direktur utama PT MRT Jakarta William Sabandar.Baca juga: Tiga Stasiun MRT Jakarta Kini Telah Miliki “Naming Right”Dia mengatakan, saat ini juga pihkanya tengah bekerja sama dengan beberapa bank yang mengeluarkan kartu uang elektronik yang bisa digunakan semua moda transportasi. William menambahkan saat ini pihaknya sudah mulai mencari lokasi-lokasi terkait dengan integrasi dengan TransJakarta untuk memudahkan penumpang.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading… RelatedJelang Operasional Penuh, MRT Jakarta Perkenalkan ‘Kartu Jelajah’ untuk Transaksi06/02/2019In “Darat”Tiga Stasiun MRT Jakarta Kini Telah Miliki “Naming Right”28/12/2018In “Darat”Akhir Mei 2018, PT MRT Jakarta Harapkan Instalasi Rel Tuntas Sepenuhnya23/05/2018In “Featured” Sketsa stasiun untuk Blok A (MRT Jakarta) Naming right atau penamaan stasiun Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) Jakarta sudah ada tiga yang dikomersilkan, yakni Dukuh Atas, Setiabudi dan Istora. Selain itu juga Sisingamangaraja dengan naming right Stasiun Sisingamangaraja Asean, dan ini tidak dikomersilkan melainkan penjualan secara diplomatik.Baca juga: Delapan Kereta MRT Jakarta Uji Coba Secara Penuh dengan Headway 10 MenitDirektur Pengembangan dan Dukungan Bisnis PT MRT Jakarta, Gamal Peris mengatakan, akan membuka naming right di tahap kedua. Di tahap ini, untuk Stasiun Benhil, Senayan, Blok M dan Lebak Bulus.last_img read more

No Amber Alert in Effect

No Amber Alert in Effect

first_imgFacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Alaska State Troopers say an Amber alert was accidentally issued Saturday morning, saying a child had been abducted from Fairbanks. It is not true and Troopers are working to remedy the issue. There is no statewide Amber alert in effect.last_img