Syncrude expected to return to normal rates around end of September by The Canadian Press Posted Sep 2, 2015 5:34 pm MDT Last Updated Sep 2, 2015 at 6:20 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email CALGARY – Canadian Oil Sands Ltd. is expecting the Syncrude oilsands development north of Fort McMurray, Alta., to return to normal production rates toward the end of the month.The update follows a fire over the weekend that damaged pipes, power and communication lines between two units of the Mildred Lake upgrader.Synthetic crude oil will be produced at minimal rates for the next two weeks as part of a phased recovery strategy.Synthetic crude is a light, easy-to-refine oil that is made by upgrading oilsands bitumen.Canadian Oil Sands (TSX:COS) is expecting 2015 crude output to come in at the low end of its targeted range of between 96 million and 107 million barrels as a result of the fire, which caused no injuries.Canadian Oil Sands is the biggest partner in the Syncrude mine north of Fort McMurray, Alta., with a 37 per cent stake; other owners include Imperial Oil Ltd. (TSX:IMO), Suncor Energy Inc. (TSX:SU), CNOOC Ltd., Sinopec, Murphy Oil and Mocal Energy.
“I would like to reiterate our opposition to the veto,” Chile’s Foreign Minister, Alfredo Moreno Charme, said of the prerogative of the five permanent members of the 15-member body – China, France, Russia, United Kingdom and United States – whereby a negative vote from one of them can override the affirmative votes of all 14 others.“However, given that it exists, Chile joins the call that there be no recourse to it in situations of crimes against humanity, war crimes, genocide or ethnic cleansing,” he told the 67th Assembly on the fourth day of its annual General Debate, taking place at UN Headquarters in New York.“The countries which enjoy the right of veto a great responsibility and the duty to use it with moderation and transparency in order to try to resolve crises, leaving aside national positions and ideologies which checkmate the system and make it ineffectual,” he said. The Foreign Minister reiterated his country’s support for expanding the Council with both permanent and non-permanent seats so that it ensures due regional representation, strengthens the body and enforces transparency of its work methods. Peru’s Foreign Minister, Rafael Roncagliolo Orbegoso, also highlighted the need for reform in his statement to gathered delegates. “We need the United Nations… to overcome the current architecture of the post-war world of 1945,” he said. “The current scenario demands a greater presence of developing countries in taking responsibility for preserving peace and security. We regret the limited progress in negotiations on this subject.”Foreign Minister Rafael Roncagliolo Orbegoso of Peru.He noted that the current structure, with the five permanent Council members wielding veto powers, had been unable to resolve a number of international disputes.Among these, he included the ongoing conflict in Syria, the plight of the Palestinian people, economic sanctions imposed on Cuba, and the stand-off between the United Kingdom and Argentina over the issue of the Falkland Islands (Malvinas).“To overcome these and other shortcomings and deficiencies of the current international order, it is urgent to adopt measures within our own organization,” he said. “The most urgent one being probably the reform of the Security Council, designed to transform this body into a more efficient, transparent, democratic and representative forum.”The Foreign Minister emphasized his country’s “faith” in multilateralism, saying his country has demonstrated this, not least through its adherence to international conventions. Among several examples of what he described as Peru’s continuing “commitment to multiculturalism and integration,” he cited his country’s term, since June, chairing the Presidency Pro Tempore of the South American Union of Nations (UNASUR).“We want to consolidate South America as a zone of peace and of viability of a democratic citizenship without exclusions,” he said. “It is already a nuclear weapon-free zone, and we hope that it soon comes to be free from anti-personnel mines. We need that the money currently spent in arms be redirected towards development and the defeat of poverty and inequality.”The two Foreign Ministers are among scores of world leaders and other high-level officials presenting their views and comments on issues of individual national and international relevance at the Assembly’s General Debate, which ends on 1 October.
Hatch is the lead sponsor for the 2015 and 2016 inductions to the International Mining Technology Hall of Fame (www.im-halloffame.com). Presentations will be made, in cooperation with Hatch, at a gala dinner in February 2017 in Denver during the SME annual meeting. The 2015 inductees will be announced over the next couple of months as the global panel of judges finish their deliberations. Nominations for 2016 are now being accepted.Hatch is an employee-owned, multidisciplinary professional services firm that delivers a comprehensive array of technical and strategic services, including consulting, information technology, engineering, process development, and project and construction management to the mining, metallurgical, energy, and infrastructure sectors. Hatch has served clients for over six decades with corporate roots extending over 100 years and has project experience in more than 150 countries around the world. With over 10,000 people in over 65 offices, the firm has more than $35 billion in projects currently under management.Hatch says it is recognized by clients “for its ability to bridge the gaps between research and innovative technologies, and between engineering and reliable operations. We are particularly known for working with senior client management to develop business strategies; managing and optimising production; executing projects that involve the scale-up of process technologies; and managing startups, commissioning and ramp-ups.“Hatch delivers unprecedented business results for our clients through a commitment to quality, lower operating costs, more efficient utilisation of capital assets, higher standards for safety and risk management, faster startups and continuous performance improvements in all projects and programs.”
Lenovo 10.1″ Netbook / Intel Atom Processor $149Samsung 2494LW 23.6″ 1080p LCD Monitor $149.99Logitech Harmony 900 15 Device Programmable RF Remote $127LG BD-530 Network Blu-Ray Player $57PS3 160GB Entertainment System $299LG HBM-235 Bluetooth Headset $0.77 after rebate No other brick-and-mortar electronics store takes its Black Friday deals quite as seriously as Fry’s. The west coast electronics chain offers some downright crazy deals, the day after Thanksgiving.Fry’s is also pretty secretive when it comes to deals, but site’s like Fry’s Ads have devoted their entire existence to the leaking of such information. After the jump, we’ve collected some of the most mind bogglingly low deals from Fry’s Ads.A note from that site: Unless otherwise indicated, ads are for Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW), Houston (HOU), Los Angeles/Orange County (LA), San Jose (SJ), Phoenix, Renton, Chicago, Austin, Sacramento, and Las Vegas (Vegas) areas.
Eight years and three bailouts later, Greece’s debt crisis is finally over Greece’s economy has stabilised after being in turmoil for many years. 18,845 Views http://jrnl.ie/4085142 EUROZONE MINISTERS DECLARED the end of the Greek debt crisis early today, agreeing debt relief and a big cash payout for Greece, part of a broad bailout exit deal that will close eight years of financial rescues for cash-strapped Athens.Greece is slated to leave its financial rescue on 20 August and finance ministers from the 19 countries that use the single currency were under pressure to offer Athens a goodbye deal that left it strong in the eyes of the financial markets.“The Greek crisis ends here tonight,” said EU Economic Affairs Commissioner Pierre Moscovici, after marathon talks in Luxembourg.“We finally got to the end of this path which was so long and difficult it is a historic moment,” the former French finance minister said.The agreement is an important turning point for the eurozone nearly a decade after Greece stunned the world with out-of-control spending and sparked three bailouts and a near collapse of the euro single currency.The deal was expected to be an easy one, but last-minute resistance by Germany — Greece’s long bailout nemesis and biggest creditor — dragged the talks on for six hours.With writing-off loans off the table, eurozone ministers agreed to extend maturities by 10 years on major parts of its total debt obligations, a mountain that has reached 180 percent of GDP — almost double the country’s annual economic output.The eurozone creditors also agreed to disburse €15 billion to ease the country’s exit from its programme. This would leave Greece with a hefty €24 billion safety cushion, officials said.“I am happy,” Greek Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos said after the talks.But “to make this worthwhile we have to make sure that the Greek people see concrete results… they need to feel the change in their own pockets,” he added.‘Concerns’Greece’s latest 86-billion-euro programme was agreed in 2015 after six contentious months of negotiation, bringing the level of assistance received by Athens to €273.7 billion since 2010.The rescue loans came in return for hundreds of stringent reforms that landed like a rock on the Greek economy, which shrank by nearly 25% in just a few years and sent unemployment surging.But after the pain, including wage and pension cuts and tax hikes, Greece’s economy has stabilised and is expected to post moderate growth this year.Greece however will remain under the watch of its creditors after the bailout and under stricter terms than for Portugal, Ireland and Cyprus following their respective bailouts.Under German demands, Greece’s debt relief in the short-term will be conditional on the continued implementation of agreed reforms, which if successful could inject about one billion euros to the government’s underfunded budget every year.“We will ensure that the pressure to implement further reforms remains strong… in the medium and long term,” said Austrian Finance Minister Hartwig Loger.Opposite the hardliners were France and the European Central Bank, which argued that reduced debt was crucial in order for Greece to gain the trust of the markets.The International Monetary Fund, led by the tough-talking Christine Lagarde, welcomed the debt relief, but cited reservations about Greece’s obligations over the long term.“In the medium term analysis there is no doubt in our minds that Greece will be able to reaccess the markets,” Lagarde said after the talks.“As far as the longer term is concerned we have concerns,” she added.The reform-pushing IMF played an active role in the two first Greek bailouts, but took only an observer role in the third in the belief that Greece’s debt pile was unsustainable in the long term.© – AFP 2018 Jun 22nd 2018, 7:17 AM Short URL Greek finance minister Euclid Tsakalotos making a point to an EU colleague. Image: Virginia Mayo/PA Images Share164 Tweet Email Friday 22 Jun 2018, 7:17 AM Greek finance minister Euclid Tsakalotos making a point to an EU colleague. 42 Comments By AFP Image: Virginia Mayo/PA Images Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Matilda, and more Roald Dahl stories are coming to Netflix next year.On Tuesday, Netflix announced in a press statement that it’s collaborating with The Roald Dahl Story Company to create new original animated event series based on the author’s memorable books.With this new project, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, The BFG, The Twits, Matilda, George’s Marvelous Medicine, and other Dahl novels will come to life on Netflix in 2019. Production for the Netflix Dahl animated series is set to begin in January.“Our mission, which is purposefully lofty, is for as many children as possible around the world to experience the unique magic and positive message of Roald Dahl’s stories,” said Felicity Dahl, Roald Dahl’s widow, in the press statement. “This partnership with Netflix marks a significant move toward making that possible and is an incredibly exciting new chapter for the Roald Dahl Story Company. Roald would, I know, be thrilled.”More on Geek.com:‘Neon Genesis Evangelion’ Completes Netflix’s Anime Ambitions in 2019 Netflix Orders New Animated World War II Series ‘The Liberator’ Netflix, WB Settle Satanic Lawsuit Over ‘Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’ What to Stream on Netflix This WeekendZach Galifianakis Hits the Road in ‘Between Two Ferns: The Movie’ Trailer Stay on target
An investigation has been launched by the Metropolitan Police and Arsenal into an incident which involved Tottenham’s Dele Alli being hit by a bottle on WednesdayThe 22-year-old midfielder had an impressive outing at the Emirates Stadium by assisting Son Heung-min for the opener before getting on the scoresheet himself to seal Spurs a 2-0 win.The result enabled Spurs to progress to the semi-finals of the Carabao Cup with Chelsea awaiting them on January 7.But Alli’s night in North London was marred by an incident which saw an unidentified fan hit the England international with a bottle.Merson believes Arsenal should sign Sancho Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho might be the perfect player to play for the Gunners, according to former England international Paul Merson.Currently, there have been no arrests with the Metropolitan Police and Arsenal investigating the incident together.“The Met is working with Arsenal Football Club to identify the person responsible for an incident where a bottle was thrown onto the pitch during the Arsenal v Tottenham match on Wednesday December 19,” read a police statement provided to SportsMax.“There has been no arrest in relation to this specific incident. Seven people were arrested as part of the policing operation for this match for a variety of offences including possession of drugs; public order and assault on police.”Arsenal striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang had a banana skin thrown at him when he scored a penalty against Spurs at the Emirates on December 2 in the Premier League.
WASHINGTON – The Federal Railroad Administration late Friday ordered the nation’s rail carriers to take steps to better secure trains loaded with hazardous cargo, nearly a month after the deadly derailment and explosion of a crude-oil train in Quebec that killed 47 people.Under the mandatory directive, railroads cannot leave trains carrying such materials unattended on main tracks or sidings until federal regulators sign off on required safety improvements.Canadian authorities issued a similar directive last month in the aftermath of the July 6 accident, which wiped out the downtown area of Lac-Megantic, only 20 miles from the border with Maine.“Safety is our top priority,” said U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx in a statement. “While we wait for the full investigation to conclude, the department is taking steps today to help prevent a similar incident from occurring in the United States.”The FRA, which oversees the nation’s railroads, also said it would convene an emergency meeting of its Railroad Safety Advisory committee to see what additional steps need to be taken, including preventing unauthorized access to locomotives and unintended movement of trains.
Clark County residents had better incomes on average than their national counterparts, but they also paid more for rent and mortgages, according to new data released by the U.S. Census Bureau.Clark County’s median household income was $58,225, about $5,000 a year more than the national median of $53,046, according to estimates based on the Census’ five-year American Community Survey, released Thursday. But residents also paid more to live here, with an average monthly mortgage of $1,701, compared with the national average of $1,540; and an average monthly rent of $941, compared with the national average of $904.Wage disparity between men and women also continued to be evident both locally and nationally. In Clark County, men made an average of $53,671 a year, while women made an average of $40,388 — about $13,000 less.Nationally, men made an average of $49,087 a year, while women made an average of $38,635 — about $10,000 less.Of wage earners in Clark County, about 9 percent made less than $15,000 a year and 9 percent made more than $150,000 a year. Nationally, about 13 percent of the population made less than $15,000 a year and 10 percent made more than $150,000 a year.The full survey, which is online at factfinder2.census.gov and www.census.gov, provides social and demographic information for a wide array of communities throughout the country. The five years of data collected between 2009 and 2013 provide statistics on a range of economic, housing and social topics.
Two Dayton-area technology incubators and hundreds of entrepreneurs and investors gathered last week to kick off an initiative to spur the commercialization of technologies developed at the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL).Venture capitalists and technology transfer experts earlier toured the AFRL facilities at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, reported the Dayton Daily News. The lab is hoping to create an industrial base through the commercialization of technologies developed there.“We’re trying to connect the communities because for this tech transfer process to work it has to be through the connection of all the disparate stakeholders that put that value stream together,” said C. Douglas Ebersole, AFRL’s executive director.At Friday’s event — sponsored by the Wright Brothers Institute and the Entrepreneurs Center — teams led by college students delivered presentations about the market potential of technologies sponsored by the lab, while small business representatives explained the AFRL-funded technologies their firms had developed and hope to bring to market. Entrepreneurs discussed technologies with market potential they were cultivating.“This is their showcase to show the world what they’re doing,” said Bill Harrison, director of the AFRL small business initiative. “There’s always room in these start-ups; they always need more investors,” Harrison said.The event focused on linking about a dozen technologies funded by AFRL with investors, but more technologies will be featured shortly. “We’ve laid out a very aggressive schedule through 2016,” Scott Koorndyk, president of the Entrepreneurs Center, told the paper. Dan Cohen AUTHOR
Brien StrawDr. Mahasti Chalajour, Miriam DC Montelongo, RDAThe start of the school year is less than a week away. By providing free immunizations and physicals for students, Memorial Hermann hospital is making sure every child can meet the medical requirements to get in school or an after-school activity.But for low-income families or those without insurance the “Health Centers for Schools” program becomes much more. Open year-round, the clinics are turning healthcare prerequisites into complete medical care for disadvantaged children.Deborah Ganelin is the head of the program. She says through local clinics set up at various schools the hospital is able to become “a primary care home for these kids in terms of medical, mental health, dental and nutritional care.”Now in its 20th year of existence, the clinics are available to more than 65,000 children in the five school districts participating in the program. Ganelin says they treat about 13,000 students from 71 different schools, which means almost one-in-five eligible students are accessing the free health care.Malik McClendon was at the clinic at Terry High School in Rosenberg to get a physical so he can play basketball this fall. His mother Regina Williams calls the clinic a blessing.“I really appreciate it because when we first came I didn’t have insurance and it helped me a lot, for me to get dental care for them and their physicals and things like that,” says WilliamsMemorial HermannNot only has the clinic given her children free health care, but through a social worker Williams was able to find health insurance. That’s just one example of how comprehensive the program is trying to be for the children. Kristen Adams is a pediatric nurse practitioner. She says they’re continually looking for ways to be proactive with the service they provide.“We see a lot of obese students who are working with our dietitian and we have seen an improvement. We also held a boot camp this summer just to help motivate them and teach them about eating healthy, introduce them to some healthy foods, and exercise,” Adams says.Mental health is also addressed through the clinics. Social workers have been a part of the program since it began in 1996. For Ganelin, the reasons are obvious. “Mental health issues are often undiagnosed. They often impact physical health,” Ganelin says.According to an annual survey published by the American Psychological Association, about 30 percent of teens report feeling sad, depressed or overwhelmed because of stress.Ganelin says that each clinic will see about 1,100 students each year to deal with mental health issues. But that number pales in comparison to the number of children who visit one of three mobile dental vans.Dr. Mahasti Chalajour is a dentist who considers helping children a life calling.“It’s not a job actually it’s fun, you know I don’t look at it as a job I look at (it) to come to do what I love to do every day,” Chalajour says. About 30 percent of the kids Chalajour sees each day are first time patients.Overall, Memorial Hermann spends $3 million a year on the program; another $1.6 million is raised from local foundations, state and federal grants. Ganelin says the program ultimately is bringing the same care to disadvantaged families that those that can afford quality healthcare receive.Chalajour says reason the program works is easy to see. “Collection of exceptional people, receptive to community, culture, they know what these children are going through,” Chalajour says. The clinics are open Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: X School-Based Health Centers:Alief Health Center (Alief ISD)12360 Bear Ram Road # T-1 Houston, TX 77072 832-658-5210Get Directions***Burbank Health Center (HISD)315 Berry Road Houston, TX 77022 (713) 742-8151Get Directions***Elrod Health Center (HISD)6230 Dumfries Houston, TX 77096 (713) 771-1805Get Directions***Hogg Health Center (HISD)1100 Merrill Houston, TX 77009 (713) 864-7614Get Directions***Kruse Health Center (Pasadena ISD)400 Park Lane Pasadena, TX 77506 832-658-5230Get Directions***Lamar Health Center (Lamar Consolidated ISD)(in back of the high school) 1002 E. Stadium Drive Rosenberg, TX 77471 (281) 762-8383Get Directions***Nimitz Health Center (Aldine ISD)2003 W. W. Thorne Blvd., # TM-01 Houston, TX 77073 832-658-5220Get Directions***Sharpstown Health Center (HISD)(Located behind Sharpstown High School) 7504 Bissonnet Houston, TX 77074 832-658-5260Get Directions***Terry Health Center (Lamar Consolidated ISD)5500 Avenue N. Rosenberg, TX 77471 (281) 238-0852Get Directions***WAVE Health Center (Pasadena ISD)1500 Main South Houston, TX 77587 (713) 946-7461Get Directions Share Listen 00:00 /03:17
The further we get from Harvey, some aspects of the recovery might actually be harder to deal with for many victims.When a tragedy first happens, the community rallies to the aid of victims with fundraisers and donation drives. But the months – or even years – to come can actually be harder for some victims in many ways, according to Dr. Avian Tisdale. She’s the chief medical officer for Avenue 360 Health and Wellness, a nonprofit that provides health care and housing services in Houston.Tisdale says the community at large gradually starts to move on, and the collective trauma can often recede in our memories — especially if you or your loved ones weren’t directly affected. But, for those who were, they might still struggle for a long time and then feel isolated against the backdrop of the community’s collective recovery.And that’s why mental health services – among many other things – are so important for those dealing with the stress of Harvey.Dr. Tisdale talks with Houston Matters about the mental health challenges Harvey survivors are facing now, what they might face in the future, and ways we all can cope in a healthy fashion following a natural disaster.More: Houston Matters Producer Michael Hagerty continues the conversation about mental health issues after Hurricane/Tropical Storm Harvey with Dr. Avian Tisdale. To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: Listen HIGHLIGHTS FROM OUR CONVERSATION:Defining mental health: A mental health issue is something that begins to interfere with one’s ability to live a normal life, prevents them from being a productive member of society, and might make them a danger to themself.Dealing with a natural disaster is a lot like grief: Lots of people initially reach out to victims of a natural disaster with support, but then gradually everyone gets back to their lives. And so people often feel left behind. It’s important for the rest of us to stay engaged even when Harvey is no longer a headline.Children need stability: Kids like knowing their teacher and knowing the other kids in their school. So behavioral issues could stem from being uprooted if their home or school was damaged. Those students might find it harder to concentrate, and therefore their grades might drop.Bad temptations can resurface: Recovering alcoholics and drugs addicts who lost a home, job, or vehicle might feel the temptation to use again.Strains on relationships: Marriages and other relationships can easily be strained by the loss of income, homes, and overall stability.Advice for listeners and those struggling: It’s perfectly OK to seek help. People often avoid reaching out for various reasons, but mental health issues are just as important as the rest of one’s physical health.A challenge to health care providers: Dr. Tisdale encourages other health care providers to engage with the needs in their communities. Identify what the needs might be around you and then look to see what you or your organization can do to help.Dealing with survivor’s guilt: It’s important to manage survivor’s guilt and similar feelings, especially for first responders or those who’ve worked with those who suffered. It could be easy for them to feel guilty or to become anxious thinking “that could’ve been my child…my home,” etc. Those unaffected by the disaster can look for meaningful ways to help those in need.Advice for anyone, anytime: It’s important to maintain routine self-care – get adequate rest, take a few minutes alone, and get regular exercise. Make sure to take care of yourself so you can be helpful to others.More: Houston Matters Producer Michael Hagerty continues the conversation about mental health issues after Hurricane/Tropical Storm Harvey with Dr. Avian Tisdale. X 00:00 /18:27 Gregory BullA woman waits with others in line for donated goods from a makeshift distribution center established among the cubicles of an office on Friday, Sept. 1, 2017, in Pasadena, Texas. Thousands of people were displaced by torrential rains and catastrophic flooding after Harvey slammed into Southeast Texas. Share
5 greatest Kentucky Derby finishes Think Tank analyzes the second round of Democratic debates Top Stories Sponsored Stories DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) – The families of merchant seamen held by Somali pirates for more than 18 months say the crew members are being forced to call home with warnings they could suffer further abuses unless a $2.85 million ransom is paid soon.The payment for the 22 crew members on the Malaysian-owned MV Albedo was due in April under a deal negotiated through Dubai-based Somali merchants.Families across South Asia raised some of the amount and the deadline was extended to await the remaining share from the ship’s owners. More Valley freeways to be closed this weekend for improvements Meghan McCain to release audiobook on conservatism, family 5 people who need to visit the Ultrastar Multi-tainment Center Shahnaz Jawaid, wife of the Albedo captain, says families of the crew receive calls pleading for the money nearly every day. Jawaid spoke from Karachi, Pakistan, on Thursday.The Kenya-bound ship was hijacked in November 2010 in the Gulf of Aden.(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) 5 ways to recognize low testosterone New high school in Mesa lets students pick career paths Comments Share
agentshotelsreservations Aussie cruise/tour wholesaler Cruisefusion has significantly expanded its hotel inventory offering to agents by going live with Hotelbeds’ APItude suite, providing instant access to 175,000 hotels and more than 10,000 activities.APItude is now offered using Cruisefusion’s Odysseus live dynamic packaging reservations platform unveiled last year, which allows agents to book a complete fly/cruise/stay travel package for clients and access a range of unique cruise holidays.Cruisefusion General Manager Geoff Hackett said the new platform had been very well received since its introduction and is being expanded to provide even greater product access.“This integration with Hotelbeds’ APItude provides agents with access to hotel inventory about three times greater than previous with the continued benefit of viewing live availability,” Hackett said.“Agents are enjoying the benefits of being able to process a cruise, air and hotel booking with live and dynamic pricing in the one platform.”
Bruce Springsteen extends his Broadway concerts into June FILE – This Oct. 12, 2017 photo shows the marquee for “Springsteen On Broadway” at the Walter Kerr Theatre in New York. Springsteen said Monday, Nov. 27, that his one-man show will extend a second time to June 30. He had previously planned to end in February. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP, File) NEW YORK, N.Y. – The Boss isn’t leaving Broadway any time soon — he’s extended his stay again, this time until summer.Bruce Springsteen said Monday that his one-man show, “Springsteen on Broadway,” will extend a second time to June 30. He had previously planned to end in February.Springsteen performs 15 songs during the show and tells stories about growing up. Tickets for the show at the Walter Kerr Theatre have been reselling for more than $1,000.Ticket demand is so high that Ticketmaster is using a system that requires people to apply for ticket purchases. Producers said there is no additional registration for this latest extension.___Online: http://brucespringsteen.net/broadway___Mark Kennedy is at http://twitter.com/KennedyTwits by Mark Kennedy, The Associated Press Posted Nov 27, 2017 2:16 pm PDT Last Updated Nov 27, 2017 at 2:40 pm PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email
March 14, 2008 Today is the opening of our Annual Spring Sale. The sale will be from March 14. through March 22. 2008. Cosanti Original regular line of bronze bells are offered with a 20 % discount. [Gallery manager Palma Burdick] [Photo & text: sa] Also offered with a discount is a small selection of regular bells in a range of stunning new burnishes. This is a good time to buy a bell and to stock up for future gifts, as bronze prices are rising sharply. ARCOSANTI WILL BE CLOSED FOR EASTER SUNDAY. [Photo & text: sa]
The justice ministry has a multidimensional strategy aimed at the prevention of traffic accidents, minister Ionas Nicolaou said on Saturday.Speaking at the launch of a campaign aimed at providing free training to new drivers of large motorbikes, Nicolaou said a study has also been commissioned on the implementation of a new communication strategy on road safety with a view to enlightening, informing, educating and raising awareness among the public, mainly new drivers.The campaign is co-organised by the Cyprus Motorcycle Federation and Hellenic Petroleum Cyprus ltd.Nicolaou welcomed the initiative, and said that the government is also promoting the training of new drivers through a Drivers’ Education school, where people found in need of training by a court or the police can be referred.“Training related to respecting motorcyclists is among the basic courses of the school, along with alcohol use and speeding,” Nicolaou said.He added that a road awareness subject has already been introduced in high schools, and also referred to the establishment of a Scientific Road Safety Centre, which will monitor and evaluate variables based on police statistics.“Another measure is the increase of policing via the use of moving police cars and traffic cameras,” he said.Nicolaou said his ministry is in the process of preparing legislative amendments to modernise the penalties for road accidents based on scientific findings. The proposals will be put to a public consultation within the coming days, he said.The aim of these more stringent penalties, the minister said, is to act as a deterrent and contribute to the decrease of road accidents.Police Chief Zacharias Chrysostomou said the latest campaign is focused on the youth and motorcyclists, “two categories that are proven to face increased risks on the streets”.He also urged motorists to always drive with “prudence and caution” and pay attention to motorcycle drivers, and called on the latter to always wear a helmet.The campaign, includes among others training seminars of large motorbike owners, he said. The seminars started on Saturday and will also take place on June 17 and 18, on September 17 and 18, and on October 14 and 15 at the Daytona Raceway in Nicosia.You May LikeFigLeaf Beta AppGet Maximum Privacy with Minimum EffortFigLeaf Beta AppUndoTotal Battle – Online Strategy GameIf You’re PC User This Strategy Game Is A Must-Have!Total Battle – Online Strategy GameUndoTruthFinder People Search SubscriptionOne Thing All Liars Have in Common, Brace YourselfTruthFinder People Search SubscriptionUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoTurkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoTwo arrested in connection with attempted murderUndoby Taboolaby Taboola
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