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CLAE X JackThreads Release Wool Capsule Collection

first_img 14 Best Outdoor Stores in the United States Editors’ Recommendations Allbirds and Just Water Collaborate on Sneakers to Save the Amazon Rainforest 14 Scandinavian Clothing Brands You Need to Know 8 Pairs of Sneakers to Keep Clean and Crispy for Special Occasions You Won’t Believe the Price Tags on 10 of the Most Expensive Shoes For Men Southern California based footwear brand CLAE has teamed with fashion e-commerce site JackThreads for their CLAE x JackThreads Wool Capsule Collection.The capsule features two new limited edition creations that were designed by Michael Vincent, JackThreads Head of Footwear. Released November 8, the collection was inspired by the juxtaposition of winter, where a wide variety of patterns must match the aesthetics and comforts of the season. The answer? Wool.Wool is arguably the hottest winter shoe trend on the market, as everyone from Nike, adidas, and Allbirds among others, have been pushing out wool sneakers. And it’s for good reason. Wool is lightweight and airy, yet highly insulated, and dries much faster than other synthetic shoe materials. So, whether you’re flooded with rain or inside next to the fireplace, these shoes will keep you at a happy medium.We’ve got the 411 on these everyday-formal hybrid shoes that are a perfect fit into your winter wardrobe.Stayhorn Mid ($110)Vincent flipped CLAE’s classic Bradley on its head and reimagined the silhouette, making the new Strayhorn Mid. These wool sneaks are an exclusive hybrid with a chukka upper and sneaker bottom. It’s durable material meets the ubiquitous need to stay warm against the dropping temperatures outside, while also stepping up your shoe game for the holiday season. It can be hard to find an everyday shoe for the winter considering the endured elements. The Strayhdorn Mid lets you walk your path without any skepticism.Bradley ($130)The reconfigured CLAE’s classic Bradley court shoe looks like it was built out of a New Year’s Eve tuxedo with its snazzy black and white color scheme. This pair is braised with patent leather hits on the toe and heel counter, giving the shoe a clean, simple, yet sophisticated look that stands out more than your average black and white sneaker.Both styles are available exclusively on JackThreads right now. Other warm wool options from the CLAE brand outside of the capsule include the newly relaunched Russell, low-top Ellington and court shoe Bradley.last_img read more

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Spotted TPG Welcomes Largest Ship in Ecuadors History

first_imgImage Courtesy: SAAMJust three weeks after inaugurating its new berth, support areas and new cranes, Terminal Portuario Guayaquil (TPG) broke records by receiving the 11,000 TEU CMA CGM Rodolphe, the largest vessel to ever call at an Ecuadorian port. “Only a few days ago we inaugurated an extension to our berth of 120 meters, in addition to new support areas and equipment, with the precise aim of receiving larger ships. This vessel belongs to one of the APL services that we receive and represents an advance for our port in its continuous support for Ecuadorian foreign trade,” Enrique Brito, TPG Executive Chairman, commented.Brito added that STS Super Post Panamax cranes were recently acquired by the company. They were fully operational while the vessel was loaded and unloaded, which involved transferring 3,500 containers.Completed at China Shipping Industry shipyard in May 2017, the ship is 299.9 meters long and 48.2 meters wide. CMA CGM Rodolphe will be operated by CMA CGM’s subsidiary APL, to link Guayaquil with Asian ports while passing through the new Panama Canal.TPG is a private port that has been operated by SAAM since 2006. It provides services at the Santa Ana estuary, in Isla Trinitaria, a suburb of the city Guayaquil, Ecuador.last_img read more

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Envirocleanse BWTS Completes Testing

first_imgzoom US-based supplier of ballast water treatment systems Envirocleanse said it has completed all land-based and shipboard testing for its inTank™ BWTS. Having concluded these tests, Envirocleanse, part of Charter Brokerage, will submit in Q1 2018 an application to the US Coast Guard (USCG) for Type Approval.After the appropriately scheduled International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC) meetings, Type Approval applications for IMO/Flag will follow, according to the company.As explained, the inTank BWTS uses a dispersion system patented by the US Geological Survey for mixing the active substance in the ballast tanks. Treatment of the tanks is performed in transit, which means there is no disruption to in-port cargo operations.The BWTS can use either electrically generated hypochlorite or bulk chemical as the means to provide disinfectant, the company added.“There is no filter utilized; there are no repower requirements for the vessel; there is no crew interaction required in port. inTank … never impacts or slows down cargo operations, ballast loading or discharge operations,” Matt Hughes, EVP of Sales and Marketing at Envirocleanse, commented.The IMO Ballast Water Management Convention (BWMC) entered into force in September 2017. Under the rules of the convention, all ships engaged in international trade need to manage their ballast water so as to avoid the introduction of alien species into coastal areas, including exchanging their ballast water or treating it using an approved BWTS.last_img read more

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Gov Gen on skates encourages Canadians to get active in New Years

first_imgOTTAWA – Julie Payette has issued a decidedly informal request to Canadians in her first New Years message as governor general — “stay active.”Gone are the regal trappings that served as a backdrop to end-of-year messages delivered by previous governors general.Instead, Payette chose to deliver a statement while skating on the ice rink erected beside her official residence, Rideau Hall.In her address, the governor general speaks of the pleasure she experiences with her son, Laurier, by getting outdoors and enjoying the Canadian winter by skiing, skating or simply walking.And she encourages Canadians to work in 2018 to make their country more open, tolerant, respectful and progressive.Payette also offers best wishes to Canada’s athletes who will be competing at the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea.last_img read more

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Grains mixed Livestock mixed

first_imgCHICAGO — Grain futures were mixed Tuesday in early trading on the Chicago Board of Trade.Wheat for Dec. delivery was off 2 cents at $4.9740 a bushel; Dec. corn was up44.40 cents at $3.6040 a bushel; Dec. oats fell 3 cents at $2.70 a bushel; while Jan. soybeans advancedrose 24.80 cents at 8.9240 a bushel.Beef mixed and, pork higher on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange.Dec.live cattle rose .27 cent at $1.1695 a pound; Jan. feeder cattle was unchanged at $1.4855 a pound; Dec. lean hogs rose 1.54 cents at .5812 a pound.The Associated Presslast_img

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Unpleasant surprises Buying a company can bring challenges

NEW YORK — When Matt Barber and Joel Doub bought a fishing rod manufacturer two years ago, the plan was for previous owner Tom Morgan to stay with the business for five years to mentor them. But six months after the deal closed, Morgan died unexpectedly.“It forced us to sink or swim and accelerated our learning curve,” says Barber, co-owner of Tom Morgan Rodsmiths in Bozeman, Montana. “My approach was, OK, here’s a setback, let’s put our heads down, stay positive and persevere.”Small business owners can face unexpected challenges after buying a company, whether they’re impossible-to-foresee events such as Barber and Doub experienced or problems that weren’t apparent or that prospective owners didn’t investigate. Among them: defiant staffers, outdated technology and shaky finances. In each case, an owner must regroup and figure out how to overcome the obstacles.Business advisers say it helps to go into a purchase knowing there will be unknowns, surprises and disappointments.“It’s always a leap of faith that you’re taking,” says Gene Marks, owner of The Marks Group, a small business consulting firm in Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania. “You think you’ve figured out 80 or 90 per cent, but there’s always another 10 or 20 per cent you can’t predict.”Barber and Doub hoped to learn the craft of making fly fishing rods from Morgan, as well as the nitty gritty of running the company. “I would have relied on his expertise, have him be the brains,” says Barber, who estimates the loss of Morgan set the company’s transition back by a year. But the partners received guidance and assistance from Morgan’s wife, Gerri, the company’s vendors, customers and even competitors.When Cathy Miron bought eSilo, a data storage and recovery company, she expected to use the firm’s cash flow to fund a refresh and upgrade of the technology. But eSilo turned out to need more work and more of an investment than Miron anticipated. Her vision was to begin introducing new products six months after the May 2018 purchase. Now, it’s looking like she won’t do that until this coming May.“This is ironic, since my main motivation for buying an established business with a 17-year history was the hope that I could bypass much of the early chaos,” Miron says. She realizes she needs to work at a “comfortable pace that you can sustain for the long-distance marathon that is business ownership.”Before buying a company, it’s standard operating procedure to do what’s called due diligence, examining a company’s books and talking to employees, customers and vendors to get a sense of what the company needs. But, Marks says, “when you’re given the numbers for the business, you have to take them with a grain of salt.” Sellers who want to close a deal may not reveal some of their issues.And even a veteran business owner can fall short on due diligence. When Rob Basso learned in 2012 that a competing payroll company was available, he thought, “we can’t pass this up.” But when Basso started to combine the business and his firm, Advantage Payroll, he encountered an unco-operative new staff and two hard-to-integrate software systems and sets of vendors. It took more work than he expected.“I wrongly estimated, probably because I didn’t do some of the heavy lifting I should have,” says Basso, whose company was based in Freeport, New York.It took about two years for Basso and his managers to consolidate the companies. They lost all 17 employees of the acquired business and had to meld the software systems into one that would fit all the customers’ needs. But the work paid off: Basso sold the combined company last year at a profit.The floral retailer Brad Daniel bought also seemed like a great deal until he realized the company, formed from the previous merger of two businesses, had 250 staffers who were in separate camps and didn’t want to work with one another. Daniel bought the company, which had 30 stores in the Southeast, out of bankruptcy in 2001. A serial investor who turns businesses around and sells them, he had a sense of the retailer’s financial problems but didn’t know there was a huge internal cultural split,“I didn’t realize how much these two companies hated each other,” Daniel says. “Everyone kept information close to the vest. They weren’t helping each other out.”Daniel found that many staffers refused to adjust to new procedures and many were underutilized. Delivery employees made three to five stops a day, a tenth of what they should have done. He and his management team had to streamline the company while dealing with angry workers.“I should have looked more closely at the retail locations, spent more time in stores before the acquisition,” Daniel says.Some situations are disasters out of the blue. A month after Catherine Sullivan bought a Monkee’s women’s clothing franchise in 2013, a rainstorm that struck during roof repairs sent water into the Fredericksburg, Virginia, store, collapsing ceiling tiles and damaging merchandise. Sullivan had to move her goods into storage and was closed for six weeks.She ran into more unexpected challenges — her insurer denied her claims because the roofing company was responsible. Then she had to do a lot of arguing with the roofer’s carrier. Sullivan says she learned “how to fight, what to fight for, what to move forward on, what to take as a loss.”_____Follow Joyce Rosenberg at www.twitter.com/JoyceMRosenberg . Her work can be found here: https://apnews.comJoyce M. Rosenberg, The Associated Press read more

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Obama says hes ready to sign bill revamping Medicare doctor fees Democrats

by Alan Fram And Nedra Pickler, The Associated Press Posted Mar 25, 2015 2:08 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email WASHINGTON – President Barack Obama said Wednesday he’s ready to sign “good, bipartisan” legislation protecting physicians from steep cuts in Medicare reimbursements and bolstering health programs for children and the poor as Senate Democrats seemed to soften their opposition to the package.Obama’s remark, made a day before the House is expected to approve the $214 billion measure, seemed to bolster the measure’s prospects in the Senate, where Minority Leader Harry Reid and others had complained about abortion curbs and other provisions.The bill is a scarce Capitol Hill commodity: a bipartisan compromise between House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, and Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif. It would replace an 18-year-old law that has perennially prompted Congress to block deep cuts in doctors’ Medicare payments, reductions physicians have threatened could make them stop treating the program’s elderly recipients.“As we speak, Congress is working to fix the Medicare payment system. I’ve got my pen ready to sign a good bipartisan bill,” the president said at a White House event marking the five-year anniversary of his signing his health care overhaul.The White House later issued a statement supporting the House bill, saying it would promote “better care, smarter spending and healthier people.”Obama spoke with Congress planning to leave town for a two-week recess by week’s end. Without congressional action, Medicare physicians face a 21 per cent cut in fees on April 1, though the federal agency that processes the checks could delay the impact of those reductions for two weeks.For two years, the Medicare measure would continue higher funding for a pair of programs coveted by both parties but especially Democrats: The Children’s Health Insurance Program, which serves around 8 million low-income children, and the nation’s 1,300 community health centres, which serve poor families.Provisions like that have made many Democrats increasingly reluctant to block the overall legislation.No. 3 Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer of New York said Wednesday that the measure’s restrictions on abortions at community health centres were not as “severe” as abortion curbs in a separate bill on human trafficking that Democrats are blocking.A day earlier, Reid, D-Nev., also distinguished between the two measures, saying, “They’re not the same, dealing with abortion.”Some Senate Democrats and abortion-rights groups have complained that the Medicare measure would cement into permanent law abortion restrictions at community health centres. Pelosi, a long-time abortion-rights advocate, has said those restrictions would be temporary and simply continue limitations Congress has imposed annually since 1979.In words that seemed to boost the measure further, Obama spokesman Josh Earnest praised Pelosi for “an impeccable record of standing up for the right of women to choose.” He added, “We certainly put a lot of stock in the views of the minority leader on this.”In the first official figures on the bill’s costs, the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office said the measure’s costs would total $214 billion over the coming decade.In a letter to Boehner, the budget office said $141 billion of that would be paid for by increasing federal deficits. Nearly all the rest would be divided evenly between added costs for Medicare beneficiaries, including $34 billion in higher premiums for top-earning recipients, and payment cuts to nursing homes, hospitals and other providers.Republican leaders have said some of the agreement’s provisions would produce large savings beginning a decade after enactment. That argument could help them win votes from conservatives unhappy about increasing federal deficits.The budget office said while that it is true, costs would also grow. It said the measure could yield savings or added costs in that second decade, with the middle ground being small savings.Of the bill’s total costs, $175 billion would come from annulling and replacing the 1997 law capping doctors’ Medicare reimbursements. Doctors would instead get small, initial annual increases, while payment systems would be created to encourage them to charge patients for the quality, not quantity of their care.The bill also provides money to help poorer people pay Medicare costs and other programs including diabetes research, aid for rural schools and hospitals and Tennessee hospitals serving many poor patients.Medicare recipients’ premiums for medical care, which are based on the program’s costs, would grow by about $10 by 2025, compared to a $7.50 increase if the doctors’ fee system was unchanged, the budget office said. The premium is currently $105 monthly for most people, more for those earning higher incomes.The Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget, a bipartisan anti-deficit group, criticized the overall bill, saying, “It is unacceptable for that fix to add so much to Medicare spending and the debt.”But applying its heft to the measure was the American Medical Association.“It is the solution American patients and physicians need and deserve,” said AMA President Robert M. Wah. FILE – In this June 4, 2013, file photo, Rep. Jim McDermott, D-Wash., asks a question during a House Ways and Means Committee hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington. New momentum for a lasting fix to Medicare’s doctor-payment problem shows that lawmakers may finally be recognizing what has long bothered their constituents. “Everybody hates it,” said McDermott, who is a psychiatrist. “In the political process there is a time when something gets to where it’s like a boil and it’s about to burst. And then it’s gone.” (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak, File) Obama says he’s ready to sign bill revamping Medicare doctor fees, Democrats soften criticism read more

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Senator Exploding ecigarette recalls need to be considered

by The Associated Press Posted Dec 18, 2016 1:29 am MDT Last Updated Dec 18, 2016 at 12:40 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email FILE – In this Nov. 29, 2016, file photo, Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., speaks to the media on Capitol Hill in Washington. Schumer is increasing the heat on the federal government to consider recalling e-cigarette batteries and devices that explode and catch fire, injuring users. The New York Democrat calls e-cigarettes “ticking time bombs.” (AP Photo/Molly Riley, File) NEW YORK, N.Y. – U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer is increasing the heat on the federal government to consider recalling e-cigarette batteries and devices that explode and catch fire, injuring users.Schumer, a New York Democrat, has called e-cigarettes “ticking time bombs” and said they continue to cause injuries including severe burns.At a press conference Sunday, Schumer cited a recent Associated Press story saying the FDA identified about 66 explosions in 2015 and early 2016 after recording 92 explosions from 2009 to September 2015.He said he wants the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to figure out why so many devices, many from China, are exploding. He said the recent injuries are proof federal action is needed.“Where there’s smoke, there’s fire and that seems to be the case — again and again — for many popular e-cigarettes that have injured dozens of people,” Schumer said. “With any other product, serious action would have been taken and e-cigarettes should be no exception. Despite the explosions, no recalls have been issued. It’s radio silence from both the industry and the feds, so that’s why I’m sounding the alarm.”E-cigarette user Katrina Williams, a New York freight manager, said she wanted a safer alternative to smoking regular tobacco cigarettes and thought e-cigarettes were the answer — until one exploded in her pocket in April as she drove home from a beauty salon.“It was like a firecracker,” she said, as it seared third-degree burns in her leg, blasted through her charred pants and stuck in the dashboard.As the use of e-cigarettes has increased over the past year, similar painful accidents have been recorded with greater frequency, with faulty lithium-ion batteries seen as the likely culprits. The same types of batteries are used safely in many consumer electronics, but they’ve been behind fires in hover boards and smartphones.The AP story said the numbers kept by the FDA may be an undercount. Just one hospital, the UW Medicine Regional Burn Center at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle, said it has seen more than 20 patients with e-cigarette burns since it started tracking them informally in October 2015.The industry maintains e-cigarettes are safe when used properly. The Tobacco Vapor Electronic Cigarette Association encourages proper recharging of the batteries as a way to prevent possible injuries.The FDA has said it’s reviewing e-cigarettes and will evaluate their batteries, including “amperage, voltage, wattage, battery type” and other issues. Senator: Exploding e-cigarette recalls need to be considered read more

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Iraq UN mission warns of increasing risks for civilians in besieged Fallujah

With the siege of Fallujah tightening, supplies are not reaching civilians, and there are “credible reports from key informants” that people wanting to leave the city and seek safety are unable to do so, UNAMI said in a press release.“We are profoundly worried about Fallujah. There are reports of widespread food shortages and lack of medicines,” Lise Grande, the UN Humanitarian Coordinator for Iraq, said over the weekend. “We don’t have access to the city, but we have to assume based on what we are hearing that people are in terrible trouble,” she added. Describing Fallujah as “an active conflict zone,” Ms. Grande said UNAMI has received reports that ISIL has killed civilians attempting to leave and controls potential escape routes. The Mission has also received reports that the little food and medicines available have been used for ISIL fighters. “With so much at stake, all parties to the conflict have to do everything possible to protect civilians and respect their right to receive life-saving humanitarian support,” said Ms. Grande. UNAMI said that humanitarian partners continue to engage with civil and military authorities to find the best ways to reach civilians in areas under siege. “We are ready to respond to help people in need. We are scaling up, pre-positioning stocks and expanding our assistance in the sites where displaced people may go,” Ms. Grande said. “Hundreds of thousands of civilians remain trapped and under siege in Iraq. People trying to flee conflict areas in search of safety are often held up or prevented from moving. This is wrong – civilians have the right to protection and help,” she stressed. The UN estimates that 10 million people in Iraq need some form of humanitarian assistance, including 3.4 million people who have been displaced since January 2014. An estimated 3 million people are living under ISIL control, while more than 540,000 have returned to their homes. read more

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Marijuana farms in Linden with over 2000 plants destroyed

A party of policemen stationed in E Division went to West Watooka Wismar, Linden, in the vicinity of Lucky Spot Mines on Saturday and on arrival discovered two acres of a marijuana farm with about 2,000 cannabis plants ranging from one foot to five feet in height.According to information received from the police, the farm had a nursery with about 1,500 plants and two make shift camps with farming tools, clothing, kitchen utensils, 3 hammocks and groceries along with a quantity of dried cannabis estimated to be about 60 kilograms.The ranks destroyed the plants and burned the camps with the items and dried cannabis.The estimated weight for the cannabis plants amounted to about 200 kilograms.Another marijuana farm, about half acre, was also discovered a short distance away in the same area with about 100 cannabis plants ranging from one foot to five feet in height. One make shift camp was found with two hammocks, kitchen utensils and groceries.The plants and camps were also destroyed.According to the police, no one was seen at either camps but the coordinates were marked for further investigation.See more photos below: Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Related8,500 ganja plants destroyed during Police swoop down in Upper Demerara RiverJanuary 13, 2019In “Crime”Police destroy more marijuana camps at Millie’s HideoutFebruary 26, 2019In “Crime”Police destroys ganja farm, discover abandoned bikesSeptember 26, 2018In “Crime” read more

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Lumia 800 autonomie en hausse

first_imgLumia 800 : autonomie en hausseLa crème des Windows Phone, le Lumia 800 de Nokia, vient de recevoir une mise à jour logicielle. Les problèmes de batteries qui poursuivaient l’appareil sont ainsi résolus.La mise à jour 1600.2487.8107.12070 corrige une fois de plus les problèmes d’autonomie récurrents du Lumia 800, mais touche également d’autres domaines comme la veille, les communications, et les réseaux 3G et Wifi. Nokia considère désormais que le Lumia 800 tient plus longtemps que les autres smartphones équipés de la même batterie 1450 mAh. Nokia, qui lance par ailleurs un nouveau téléphone en chine et se bat avec Apple pour décider de la carte SIM du futur, améliore donc son smartphone star, appareil phare de sa gamme, issu d’un partenariat avec Microsoft.La mise à jour délivre au passage des correctifs aux problèmes de redémarrages, blocages et interruption d’appels. Au rang des autres optimisations, on notera également l’illumination du clavier quel que soit le niveau de contraste, l’éclairage des touches retour, démarrer et recherche en fonction des conditions de luminosité et l’amélioration du rendu des basses au niveau des performances audio.À lire aussiMaladie de Charcot : symptômes, causes, traitement, où en est on ?Il est possible, depuis hier, de bénéficier de cette mise à jour en reliant son Lumia 800 à son PC et en lançant le logiciel Zune. Son déploiement se fera par vague successive chaque mercredi soir jusqu’au 18 avril.Dans une prochaine mise à jour, la fonctionnalité de tethering Wi-Fi sera ajoutée, pour donner du WiFi à son pc portable via la 3G du téléphone. Le 29 mars 2012 à 17:15 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

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Tipacop event raises money for Special Olympics

first_imgThe Special Olympics Tip-a-cop event at several Applebee’s restaurants raised money Thursday evening for Special Olympics.The event took place at 13 Applebee’s restaurants, including four Vancouver locations. Clark County Sheriff’s Office staff and Battle Ground Police officers assisted by Special Olympics athletes greeted customers, cleared tables and received donations from guests.Law enforcement reported Friday morning that the event was a success.Sheriff Carter Harris, who was recently sworn in as the young honorary Sheriff of Clark County as part of the Chief for a Day program, visited all four locations in his uniform and greeted athletes, guests and law enforcement officers.All the proceeds benefited Washington’s Special Olympics program.last_img

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Cyclists ride across Miami Beach in cancer research fundraiser

first_imgA perfect morning for a charity bike ride benefiting the @RelayForLife! pic.twitter.com/NVTYjMSQ6v— Miami Beach Police (@MiamiBeachPD) April 15, 2017“We all have someone in our family that has suffered from cancer or is battling cancer,” said Miami Beach Police Capt. Henry Doce. “We have friends [living with cancer], and this for sure is something I take to heart, and I put every effort into it.”All proceeds from the charity bike ride will go to the American Cancer Society. MIAMI BEACH, FLA. (WSVN) – Some of Miami Beach’s finest joined business owners and residents as they used pedal power for a good cause, Saturday morning.The Relay for Life took riders along Collins Avenue to help raise awareness and money for cancer research.Members of the Miami Beach Police Department organized the ride to show their support for people who have fought or are fighting the deadly disease. Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more

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2 hospitalized after boat personal watercraft collide near Monument Island

first_imgMIAMI (WSVN) – Rescue crews have taken a man and a teenage girl to the hospital after a boat and a personal watercraft collided near Monument Island.City of Miami Fire Rescue, Miami-Dade Fire Rescue and Miami Beach Fire Rescue units responded to the scene of the crash, just before 5 p.m., Sunday.According to Miami Beach Fire Rescue, the victims were riding on the personal watercraft when it ran into a 25-foot boat.Paramedics transported both victims to Jackson Memorial Hospital in stable condition as a precaution.Florida Fish and Wildlife officials are investigating the crash.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img

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UPDATE Readers Digest Playboy Others Miss Rate Base

first_imgWhile many of the consumer magazines included in the Audit Bureau of Circulations’ FAS-FAX report for the second half of 2009 made their rate base requirements for the period, many others, including some heavyweights, did not.Of the 30 or so large circulation magazines with rate bases of 2 million or higher—including AARP, Time and Better Home & Gardens—Reader’s Digest and Playboy were the only titles to fall short of their circ. guarantee. Playboy reported an overall circ. of 2,021,751, more than 570,000 offits 2.6 million rate base. The magazine also fell short during the first half of 2009, delivering a total paid and verified circ. of 2,453,266.With an 8 million rate base, Reader’s Digest delivered an overall paid and verified circulation of 7,099,558 during the second half. Last summer, the magazine said it was cutting frequency and reducing its rate base to 5.5 million—an 18-month process that would start with the February 2010 issue. A Reader’s Digest spokesperson told FOLIO: that missing its rate base during the second half last year was part of that strategy. Generally, when a magazine doesn’t make its rate base, its publisher is required to issue refunds to its advertisers or make other concessions.A number of celebrity titles also had trouble reaching their minimum circ. numbers during the second half of 2009. Among them were American Media’s Star (1.1 million rate base compared to 1,035,713 overall circ.), OK! (800,000 rate base vs. 753,886 overall circ.) and Bauer’s In Touch (800,000 rate base vs. 790,395 overall circ.).Chicago-based Johnson Publishing also failed to reach its circ. promises. Ebony reported an overall circ of 1,169,870 compared to a rate base of 1,250,000. Jet, meanwhile, missed its 900,000 rate base, reporting an overall circ of only 795,055.Other notable titles that missed rate bases were Harper’s (200,000 rate base vs. 195,114 overall circ.), Soap Opera Digest (500,000 rate base vs. 487,629 overall circ.) and Emmis Publishing’s Los Angeles (150,000 rate base vs. 140,022 overall circ.).Biggest Overall GainersAlthough the vast majority of magazines claiming rate bases saw overall total paid and verified circulation declines during the last six months last year, some in fact reported significant gains. The biggest growth came from Rodale’s Women’s Health, which saw overall circ grow 21.5 percent to 1,454,545.That was followed by Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia’s Body + Soul (+19.7 percent to 678,136), Birds & Blooms (+14.7 percent to 1,737,397), Meredith’s Siempre Mujer (+11.8 percent to 458,000) and All You (+10.6 percent to 1,023,242).last_img read more

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Vinayakanagar Colony installs CCTV system

first_imgHafeezpet: Serilingampally MLA Arekapudi Gandhi inaugurated the newly installed CCTV cameras in Vinayaknagar, along with DCP Venkateswara Rao, Madhapur Corporator V Jagdishwar Goud and Miyapur CI Venkatesh.Both the MLA and the corporator called for installation of CC cameras in every residential colony for the safety of people. They complimented the Vinayaknagar Welfare Association members for fixing the CC cameras at their own cost. Among those present at the inauguration were billing staffers Yadagiri Goud, Goutham Goud, Ward Members Shekhar Mudiraj, Jayaraj Yadav, Sanga Reddy, Harish, Venkatesh Goud, Sudarshan, Sanju, Shantayya, colony association members Subash Rao, Krishna Prasad, RamchandarRaju,Venkat Reddy, Purna, Padma, Saritha and Sirisha.last_img

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Biker pillion rider killed in Chapainawabganj

first_imgRoad accident illustration by Prothom AloA motorcyclist and his pillion passenger were killed after the bike they were riding was hit by a truck in Kolyanpur of Chapainawabganj on Tuesday morning, reports UNB.The deceased were Mizanur Rahman, son of Jalal Uddin, and Moshiur Rahman, son of Salauddin, residents of Kolail Diyar of Gomostapur upazila.Sub-inspector Golam Mostafa of Chapainawabganj Sadar police station said the motorcycle skidded off when a pickup van came in front of it while the bike was trying to overtake the truck around 8:30am.Later, the truck rammed the vehicle, leaving the duo dead on the spot.last_img

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Ritabrata Banerjee to head committee for welfare of tribals

first_imgCalcutta : Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee on Friday appointed Ritabrata Banerjee the head of a committee for the welfare of tribals, positioning the expelled CPM leader as a bridge between her and the community after Trinamul’s panchayat poll blows in pockets dominated by them. The announcement followed a meeting between Mamata and tribal leaders from 12 districts. Other than Ritabrata, the panel will comprise two key representatives of each of the districts. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Merc, 2 B’deshi bystanders killed Ritabrata, 38, now an Independent member of the Rajya Sabha, has been known for his proximity to Trinamul since his expulsion from the CPM. Asked about the role, Ritabrata said: “It’s time to work, not speak. I was yearning to do good work. This appointment is a vital opportunity.” Ritabrata was expelled by the CPM in September last year for “anti-party activities” following allegations related to “personal conduct”. Although there has been speculation he will join Trinamul at the party’s annual July 21 rally, sources ruled out the possibility. Ritabrata’s Rajya Sabha term ends in 2020 and joining Trinamul will lead to the cancellation of his membership and Mamata wants to avoid such “wastage”, said the sources.A senior Trinamul leader said Ritabrata had been a “de facto” member of the party and had been helping Mamata’s cause in the Upper House for some time.(With inputs from Agencies)last_img read more

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Tigerair partner Amadeus in APAC

first_img“The travel agency community is a vital piece towards Tigerair fulfilling our commitment in providing more customers with even more new travel experiences at very affordable fares,” Tigerair Group chief commercial officer Alexander Knigge said. “Our goal is to make it easier for LCCs, like Tigerair to embrace the travel agency sales channel through Amadeus to realise additional revenue opportunities,” Amadeus Asia Pacific president Angel Gallego said. Singapore travel agencies that book Tigerair via Amadeus have the opportunity to enter a weekly prize draw between now and 28 February 2014. Tigerair has formed a new distribution partnership, making fares and ancillary sales content available to Amadeus-connected travel agencies in Asia Pacific (APAC).center_img The low-cost carrier will distribute its full range of fares and content, including advance boarding, seat selection, luggage and other passenger amenities, via Amadeus’ extensive network. Source = ETB News: P.T.last_img read more

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