Belgium’s prime minister, Charles Michel, tweeted that “all our support is with our soldiers. Our security services remain on alert.”Un homme armé d’une machete a attaqué des soldats à de Brouckère #Bruxelles centre. Les soldats ont ouvert le feu. #Bruxelles #Attentat pic.twitter.com/RELVciFH42— Thomas da Silva Rosa (@tdasilvarosa) August 25, 2017 A man was shot in Brussels late Friday after attacking soldiers with a machete, according to local media.Belgium’s RTBF reported that the man shouted “Allahu Akbar” before attacking the soldiers, but that has not been confirmed. The broadcaster said the soldiers were slightly injured in the attack and the assailant was taken to hospital.Belgian prosecutors said the man was alive but in a critical condition, Sky News reported. The emergency services said the situation was under control.
View All (9) Will Roland George Salazar Show Closed This production ended its run on Aug. 11, 2019 View Comments Be More Chill, the fan-favorite musical written by Joe Iconis and Joe Tracz, celebrates opening night at Broadway’s Lyceum Theatre on March 10. Arriving direct from a sold-out off-Broadway engagement, the musical began main-stem previews on February 13. Based on the novel by Ned Vizzini, Be More Chill is the story of Jeremy Heere (played by Will Roland), your average, nothing-special teenager at Middleborough High in nothing-special New Jersey. That is, until the day he finds out about “The Squip” (Jason Tam). Thus begins a journey that pits Jeremy’s desire to be popular against his struggle to remain true to his authentic self.Joining Roland and Tam in the cast is Broadway.com vlogger George Salazar as Michael, Gerard Canonico as Rich, Katlyn Carlson as Chloe, Stephanie Hsu as Christine, Lauren Marcus as Brooke, Jason SweetTooth Williams as Jeremy’s Dad/Mr. Reyes, Tiffany Mann as Jenna and Britton Smith as Jake. The company’s understudies are Cameron Bond, Anthony Chatmon II, Morgan Siobhan Green, Troy Iwata, Talia Suskauer and Joel Waggoner.Be More Chill features a book by Tracz and a score by Iconis, with direction by Stephen Brackett, choreography by Chase Brock and musical direction by Emily Marshall.In celebration of opening night, Broadway.com Resident Artist Justin “Squigs” Robertson sketched a portrait featuring the company of Broadway’s newest American musical singing out for thrilled crowds. Be More Chill Jason SweetTooth Williams Tiffany Mann Katlyn Carlson Lauren Marcus Related Shows Star Files Gerard Canonico About the Artist: With a desire to celebrate the magic of live theater and those who create it, and with a deep reverence for such touchstones as the work of Al Hirschfeld and the wall at Sardi’s, Squigs is happy and grateful to be among those carrying on the traditions where theater and caricature meet. He was born and raised in Oregon, lived in Los Angeles for quite a long time and now calls New York City his home. Jason Tam Stephanie Hsu Illustration by Justin “Squigs” Robertson for Broadway.com
On Thursday, April 12, an SVC student, faculty member, and staff member were honored for their accomplishments at a statewide Recognition Reception and Ceremony at the Capitol Plaza Hotel and Conference Center in Montpelier. Karen Rouse of Bennington received the Commitment to Service and Engagement Award for her community involvement. Currently a nontraditional sophomore majoring in Healthcare Management and Advocacy at SVC, Rouse has dedicated much of her time with the United Way of Bennington County. At United Way, she worked in the dental program and helped to launch a program initiative to combat hunger and to aid the homeless in Bennington County. She has built a relationship with several community partners outside of SVC, including volunteering her time during many summers as a cook at a camp for children with special needs. Rouse is a Licensed Nurse Assistant at the Visiting Nurses Association in Bennington. As a community partner of SVC, the Bennington Museum received the Engaged Community Partner Award. The award is given to a community partner by a VCC member, like SVC, in recognition of the support for the campus’civic mission. In partnership with SVCâ s Quest for Success service-learning course for the past six years, the Bennington Museumâ s key staff members have served as model service-learning and civic-engagement educators to SVC students in various teaching and support capacities. Learning Differences Coordinator David Lindenberg was a finalist for the Campus Leadership for Civic Engagement Award, honoring his role in the Quest for Success program and his role as Coordinator of the Office of Learning Differences. The Quest for Success course is required by first-year students and establishes a link between the community and campus. Through the service-learning requirement in his Quest for Success course, Lindenberg has involved students in planning, implementing, and assessing projects in the Bennington community. As a result, his students learn teamwork, organization, problem-solving, decision-making, and budgeting. After taking Lindenberg’s courses, students are prepared to become effective leaders in the communities they enter upon graduating from the College.Professor Lynda Sinkiewich of SVCâ s Hunter Division of Humanities was a finalist for the Award for Excellence in Community-Based Teaching. The award recognizes innovative teaching within a curriculum employing service-learning or community-based research that develops student voice, civic agency, and critical thinking, using real-life application and relevance. Professor Sinkiewich is an engaged educator who fosters student involvement and leadership in the community. With the students in her Creative Writing class, she organized a contest for local elementary school students. With the students in her Effective Speaking class, she organized the first Dorothy Sarnoff Speech Contest at SVC, which involved students from local middle schools. Sinkiewich has also been active in promoting literacy by encouraging advanced-level literature students to be a part of literacy events at the elementary school in Arlington. Founded in 1926, Southern Vermont College offers a career-enhancing, liberal arts education with 18 academic degree programs for more than 550 students. SVC recognizes the importance of educating students for the workplace of the twenty-first century and for lives as successful leaders in their communities. Sacâ s athletic teams are part of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division III and the New England intercollegiate Collegiate Conference (NECC). The College is accredited by New England Association of Schools and Colleges and has been designated by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching as a Community-Engagement Classification institution. Also, in attendance at the VCC Higher Education Conference was SVC student Tyler Morton of New Bedford, Mass., who was one of 162 students from across the country to receive a Newman Civic Fellows Award this year by Campus Compact, the national coalition of college and university presidents. The Newman Civic Fellows Award recognizes inspiring college student leaders who have demonstrated an investment in finding solutions for challenges facing communities throughout the country. Morton was one of two students from Vermont who was recognized. Several members of the Southern Vermont College (SVC) community were named finalists or award recipients for the 2012 Vermont Campus Compact (VCC) Higher Education Conference, as a result of their commitment to service-learning. VCC is a consortium of Vermontâ s colleges and universities committed to civic engagement. The Bennington Museum was also recognized as an Engaged Community Partner for its ongoing service-learning work with students, faculty, and staff at Southern Vermont College. Southern Vermont College. 4.24.2012.
As part of the extended session of the Professional Group of Hoteliers at ŽK Split, a round table was held at the HGK County Chamber of Split on the topic: “Hotel accommodation facilities – a condition for extending the season.”The aim of the round table was to gather relevant experts and open a discussion on the current state of accommodation capacities in the city and county, key issues, trends and their positive and negative sides, and provide guidelines for further tourism development. ”The organization of this round table was prompted by data on the growth of tourist accommodation capacities in Split and our county. In the last five years, in the period from 2010 to 2015, in the Split-Dalmatia County, the total increase in the number of beds was 41%, while the increase in the number of beds in hotel accommodation in the period was 48%, and the increase in beds in private accommodation 42%. The data also show that hotel accommodation facilities of a higher category have proven to be one of the preconditions for a quality extension of the season. The utilization of the capacity of county hotels in the past five years is on average 124 days and this figure is growing with the categorization of hotels, while for private accommodation this indicator is half lower. said in the introductory speech the vice president of the Croatian Chamber of Commerce for construction, transport and communications and the acting president of ŽK Split, Mirjana Čagalj.President of the Professional Group of Hoteliers at ŽK Split, Joze Tomaš, opened the discussion with an article by journalist Ružica Mikačić from 2014, since it brought together all the key problems of Split tourism, which are unfortunately still present today. According to projections Mario Šerić, director of the consulting company MarCon, Split will grow by 15% in the next 60 years, and the Split-Dalmatia County, with more than 20 hotel projects in plans and construction, has the greatest development potential.Joško Stella, director of the SD County Tourist Board, announced the preparation of a study of the carrying capacity of the county. “Once we know the boundaries, we will know which way to go. Our goal is not unlimited tourist growth, but sustainable tourism, preservation of the destination and the satisfaction of the local population that must feel the benefits of tourism. said Stella. Alijana Vukšić, director of the Tourist Board of the city of Split, said that the Strategic Marketing Plan of the destination Split, in cooperation with the Faculty of Economics, has been practically completed. In the last three years, accommodation capacities in Split have increased by 10.000 new beds. The congress center, several hotels and the primary commissioning of five city hotels (Marjan, Bellevue, Ambasador, Slavija and Central) would significantly extend the season. “Last year, 55% of overnight stays were realized in the private sector, while in the pre-season hotels were more full (51%),” said Vukšić.Photo: ECASmiljana Pivčević, head of the Department of Economics of the National Economy at the Faculty of Economics in Split, believes that the change in perception of tourism in society is changing for the better, and that interest in the tourism school is growing. “But we need to ask ourselves what we want from tourism, because in the analysis we conducted, the local population points out that the city has been taken away from the residents and that tourism has taken too much momentum.”, said Pivčević Aida Batarelo, Deputy Mayor of Split, stressed that tourism should not be an end in itself, and to be better it is necessary to develop the IT industry in cooperation with the University, and certainly have a financial regional center in Split, such as Splitska banka.Hotel accommodation facilities are indeed, but only one, one of the conditions for extending the season All participants agreed that an increase in hotel accommodation capacity is needed, but also that this is only one of the conditions for extending the season. There are many unresolved issues and problems: the problem of labor (“who will work in these hotels”), the emigration of the population from the inner city and turning it into a tourist city, lack of joint action, better management of the city, lack of parking, traffic jams, ie, as stated by Šerić, solving 4P problems in Split – palace, market, beach, parking.It is necessary to work together on the attractiveness of the destination, observing Split as a whole with the surrounding area (the growth of Split entails the growth of the surrounding area), better connection of the destination and more flights, “The more flights, the more guests!” in discussion).Split is one of the few cities that does not have a tourism development strategy, nor does it have a city development strategy. “There is currently unhealthy structure of accommodation capacities, two thirds are private capacities while in other comparable cities the ratio is exactly the opposite. Hotels are a generator of season extension, but congress tourism, city breaks, events and manifestations are desperately needed; product creation and destination branding by joint action of all actors in tourism are some of the conclusions of the constructive discussion. “They point out from HGK ŽK Split and add that tourism definitely did not happen to Split, but through the persistent work of all employees in tourism and tourist boards, Split has grown from a transit city to a destination.It is certainly positive that all topics are openly and argumentatively discussed, which is the first prerequisite for us to grow and develop, both privately and in society. The more argumentative and constructive the discussion the better. Also, the fact that we do not deal with tourism strategically and in the long run is our main tourism problem from which all problems arise.Strategic development of destinations as well as tourism in general is the only right way to solve all problems and long-term success.
Following last week’s reports that DORIS Engineering’s recently set up division, dedicated to renewable energy, is starting its operations with floating offshore wind projects in France, the company told Offshore WIND that the works DORIS Renewables has been in charge of have already been completed. Namely, DORIS Renewables had been involved in EDF EN’s Provence Grand Large floating offshore wind project back in 2016 and the company has already completed its work there.For EDF EN’s project, DORIS provided technical assistance for the evaluation of the technical offers from floater’s contractors, Jérôme Iacovella, Head of the DORIS Renewables Business Unit, explained. The work encompassed the review of all technical documents provided by the competitors with particular focus on the following items: design robustness and viability, naval architecture, constructability, mooring system and installation.For Quadran’s EolMed floating offshore wind project, DORIS Renewables has been assisting the developer in preparing the scope of work for geotechnical and geophysical surveys and ensuring that its content suits the specific needs of the project, Iacovella said. The work encompassed the proper definition of the following items: methodologies, equipment, number of tests, instrumentation required, calibration method, survey grid, precision, documentation to be provided, laboratory tests, etc.“After a period of Contractors consultation and the reception of the technical proposal, DORIS has participated in the technical evaluation of the bids by providing neutral and independent review of the Contractors documents. This project ended in February 2017,” Jérôme Iacovella said.The initial article can be accessed HERE.Please note that hyperlinks are disabled on Offshore WIND Mobile.
PNGRFL CEO Reatau Rau said the ‘live’ televising of the games was made possible through a partnership with SP Brewery. “This is great news for our people,” Rau said. “On Sunday, you will be able to watch the SP Hunters take on Wynnum Manly at 3pm from Brisbane through Digicel on their TV WAN+ channel,” he said. Rau thanked SP Brewery for partnering with PNGRFL to bring the remaining ‘away’ games ‘live’ to our fans across the country. “This should motivate and inspire the SP Hunters players to perform better knowing that everybody in the country will be watching,” Rau added. He said the Digicel Cup games will continue to be televised ‘live’ by TV Wan on the Events channel. “There will be SP Hunters and Digicel Cup games on TV for everyone in PNG,” he said. Meanwhile coach Michael Marum has finalised the 18 man travelling team to Brisbane. 1. Adex Wera 2. Junior Rau 3. Thompson Teteh 4. Willie Minoga 5. Butler Morris 6. Ase Boas – captain 7. Watson Boas 8. Enock Maki 9. Wartovo Puara Jnr 10. Dilbert Isaac 11. Nixon Put 12. Ila Alu 13. Rhadley Brawa 14. Charlie Simon 15. Baundo Aba 16. Sailas Gahuna 17. Julius Yakopa 18. William Mone The SP Hunters take on Wynnum Manly in Round 10 of the Intrust Super Cup match on Sunday May 13, 2018 at 3pm at the BMD Kougari oval in Brisbane.
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It is worth taking into consideration how many of Kane’s 52 goals before the age of 22 were scored in the lower leagues, with the England captain spending time on loan from Tottenham Hotspur at a number of clubs.Rashford scored twice on the opening day of the season as the Red Devils thrashed Chelsea 4-0 at Old Trafford in a clinical display.However, he has failed to score since then and even missed a crucial penalty during the 2-1 defeat to Crystal Palace at home. 2 The England international scored a brace against Chelsea on the opening day of the season 🎯“Rashford can’t finish!”🔺 “Everybody goes on about his potential, yes he has potential.”🤷♂️ “How many chances does he fluff?”#MUFC fan tells @AndyGoldstein05 he is fed up with Rashford missing chances pic.twitter.com/HkypVFSPPb— talkSPORT (@talkSPORT) August 20, 2019While it is evident the 21-year-old has a penchant for the spectacular, he still has displayed a ruthless side in front of goal which means he has more goals than Raheem Sterling had before reaching the age of 22.In fact, he is level with Cristiano Ronaldo as well, although some way behind the likes of Harry Kane and Lionel Messi.Former teammate Romelu Lukaku, whose departure to Inter Milan perhaps placed more pressure on Rashford’s young shoulders, has almost double the number of goals.The forward does not turn 22 until Halloween of this year, so still has time to catch up with England colleague Kane and current teammate Anthony Martial. CLUB GOALS BEFORE THE AGE OF 22 AFP or licensors Getty Images – Getty 2 Romelu Lukaku – 93Wayne Rooney – 81Lionel Messi – 80Harry Kane – 52Anthony Martial – 48Marcus Rashford – 47Cristiano Ronaldo – 47Raheem Sterling – 39 Given the responsibility placed upon his young shoulders, Rashford has continued to develop his game and has the ability to play either on the wing or up front.However, as the responsibility grew, so did the pressure.Questions about Rashford’s consistency and his decision-making began to be asked, with fans slowly but surely losing patience.However, when compared with some of the world’s best strikers, it seems as though the criticisms are unfair. Marcus Rashford burst onto the scene at Manchester United in 2016 as a fresh-faced teenager and tore through some of the best defences on the continent.Arsenal and Manchester City found out the hard way just how talented the striker was, with former England boss Roy Hodgson taking the raw talent to Euro 2016. Marcus Rashford missed a crucial penalty against Crystal Palace
By Hub City Times staffMARSHFIELD – The Marshfield Tigers football team took down Sparta in their final regular season game on Oct. 18 at Heiting Community Stadium.Sparta was the only team to score in the first quarter, but Marshfield came back in the second quarter with a 33-yard Kyle Tremelling field goal, followed by two Joey Goettl to Simon Slade touchdown passes. A successful Goettl to Wyatt LeMoine two-point conversion left the halftime score with Marshfield in the lead 17-7.The Spartans added a field goal in the third quarter, but it wouldn’t do much, as Marshfield scored again in the fourth with a Goettl touchdown run, followed up by a Tremelling extra point.Marshfield ended the game with a healthy 24-10 lead.Marshfield will advance to a Division 2 playoff game on Oct. 25.
Tags:#Google#news#web Google announced a few additions to Gmail Labs today that make using labels a bit easier and expand the functionality of some of the already established features. Google announced Gmail Labs in June and, at that time, introduced 13 experimental features. This new batch of updates consists of 3 new features: custom label colors, label specific keyboard shortcuts, and the ability to change the order of items in the navbar.Custom Label Colors By default, Gmail lets you choose between 24 different colors for your labels. If your favorite color is not part of this default set, you can now pick and choose from a lot more colors for your labels and, in addition, you can also choose the color of the text in the labels.Go To Label Keyboard ShortcutIf you activate the ‘go to label keyboard shortcut’ feature, you can now hit ‘g’ ‘l’ on your keyboard and a little pop-up will show up that lets you type in the label/folder you want to navigate to. This comes with a build-in autocomplete feature, so unless you have an insanely complicated label structure in Gmail, you will only have to type in a few letters to get to your destination. For users who prefer to use keyboard shortcuts, this marks the first time they can just switch between labels without have to resort to using the mouse.Navbar Drag and DropOne minor annoyance of Gmail was that every item in the navbar on the left was always fixed in place. Even if you never used the built-in chat, it was always stuck in the same place. Now, you can rearrange these items on the navbar and move the labels up to the top and the chat feature to the bottom.Nice, But Nothing RevolutionaryIt’s nice to see that Google hasn’t forgotten about the Gmail Labs and keeps adding more features. None of these new experiments are earth-shattering, but for a successful product like Gmail, it’s the little evolutionary additions that matter more than radical design overhauls. For now, our favorite Gmail Labs feature is still Superstars, though we have already made good use of the new drag and drop feature to rearrange our menus. A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market frederic lardinois Related Posts Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting