Today, progressive-rock and space-synth outfit Papadosio has announced a batch of spring tour dates.The 15-show stretch will kick off with two nights at Covington, KY’s Madison Theatre on March 15th and 16th, before stops at Virginia Beach, VA’s Elevation 27 (4/10); Harrisburg, PA’s Club XL Live (4/11); a two-night stand at Brooklyn, NY’s Brooklyn Bowl (4/12 & 4/13); Richmond, VA’s National (4/14); Syracuse, NY’s Westcott Theater (4/17); Ithaca, NY’s The Haunt (4/18); Buffalo, NY’s Town Ballroom (4/19); Philadelphia, PA’s TLA (4/20); Holyoke, MA’s Gateway City Arts (4/24); Boston, MA’s Sinclair (4/25); Asbury Park, NJ’s Asbury Lanes (4/26); and a final show at Baltimore, MD’s Soundstage on April 27th.Papadosio is gearing up for a nine-show Colorado tour starting this weekend. The band’s other scheduled 2019 dates include festival appearances at New Orleans’ BUKU Music & Arts Festival and Chillicothe, IL’s Summer Camp Music Festival. Previously announced tour dates also include performances at two of the country’s most iconic naturally-inspired stages; Morrison, CO’s Red Rocks Amphitheater and Pelham, TN’s underground cave-accessed attraction, The Caverns.For more information on spring tour ticketing, or to check out a full list of the band’s upcoming tour dates, head to Papadosio’s website here.Papadosio 2019 Spring Tour Dates:03/15/19 – Madison Theatre – Covington, KY03/16/19 – Madison Theatre – Covington, KY04/10/19 – Elevation 27 – Virginia Beach, VA04/11/19 – Club Xl Live – Harrisburg, PA04/12/19 – Brooklyn Bowl – Brooklyn, NY04/13/19 – Brooklyn Bowl – Brooklyn, NY04/14/19 – The National – Richmond, VA04/17/19 – Westcott Theater – Syracuse, NY04/18/19 – The Haunt – Ithaca, NY04/19/19 – Town Ballroom – Buffalo, NY04/20/19 – TLA – Philadelphia, PA04/24/19 – Gateway City Arts – Holyoke, MA04/25/19 – Sinclair – Boston, MA04/26/19 – Asbury Lanes – Asbury Park, NJ04/27/19 – Soundstage – Baltimore, MDView All Tour Dates
Junior Declan Sullivan died Wednesday when a film tower fell over during football practice. He was 20. Those who knew him well remembered Sullivan, a resident of Fisher Hall, as fun-loving and outgoing. His rector, Fr. Robert Moss, said he remembers Sullivan “mostly just for his enthusiasm for everything he was involved in.” Originally from Long Grove, Ill., Sullivan was double majoring in marketing and Film, Television & Theatre. Sullivan was a contributor to The Observer’s Scene section. He was filming practice from a hydraulic scissorlift at the LaBar Practice Complex on the southeast side of campus when the tower fell around 4:50 p.m., according to a University press release. He worked as a videographer for the Department of Athletics. Sullivan was transported to Memorial Hospital in South Bend, where he later died. Junior Marc Anthony Rosa, who was a friend of Sullivan, said describing Sullivan was an “impossible task.” “He’s an unbelievably unique soul that, when you meet him, he’s completely addicting to be around. He’s nonstop energy. He’s like no one else you’ve ever met,” he said. “Although he may not be here, his soul is impossible to leave this campus and the people who’ve known him.” Moss said he arrived at the hospital after Sullivan died, and he anointed and blessed the body. “I was glad to be able to anoint the body,” he said. When Moss left the hospital, he said a University representative stayed with the body until family members arrived. Sullivan’s sister is a freshman Lewis Hall resident. Moss said he met with hall staff and gathered Fisher residents in the hall’s chapel at 8 p.m. to make the announcement. “Every chair was full,” he said. “He’ll be greatly missed.” Sullivan’s resident assistant Teddy Schaefer, a senior, said Sullivan was a “fun-loving guy, just a happy person. I’m in shock right now.” Moss presided over a standing-room-only Mass for Sullivan Wednesday night at 10:30 p.m. About 200 people attended the service in Fisher’s St. Paul Chapel. The Mass opened with the song “On Eagle’s Wings” and closed with the congregation singing the Alma Mater. Following the Mass, attendees processed to the Grotto, where about 150 students gathered and recited a decade of the rosary. Junior Kathryn Greenfield, a friend of Sullivan’s who was among the students at the Grotto, said Sullivan was the first male student she became friends with at Notre Dame. “He is the nicest, most easy-going [person], always has a smile on his face, always wants to have a good time,” she said. “Sweet person.” Junior Alex Karamol agreed and called Sullivan “a total sweetheart.” Greenfield and Karamol said they spent time sitting together in silence after hearing the news of Sullivan’s death, but also spent time telling stories about their friend. They recalled his signature facial expressions and phrases, and laughed while mimicking them for each other. Karamol said her favorite memory of Sullivan was when she was in a film he made his freshman year because she saw her easy-going friend being serious about his passion. “It was a different side of him,” she said. The University notified students of the death at 9 p.m. Wednesday in an e-mail signed by University President Fr. John Jenkins and Vice President for Student Affairs Fr. Tom Doyle. “No words can convey the shock and grief we all are experiencing,” the e-mail said. “Declan was a well-liked, bright and enthusiastic film and marketing student and a valued member of the Notre Dame family. His death is a tremendous loss that will be felt very deeply and we share in your grief during this incredibly difficult time.” Head football coach Brian Kelly also released a statement Wednesday night. “Our thoughts and prayers go out to Declan’s family and friends,” he said. “Declan was a diligent student worker in our video department and had a tremendous personality and great sense of humor. He brightened the days for all that had the privilege to work with him, and the Notre Dame football family will dearly miss him.” Moss, who has been rector of Fisher Hall for 12 years and in education for almost 40 years, has faced student death in the past, and said it is always difficult. “It’s always a tragedy when a young person is called home to God,” he said. A Mass of Remembrance will be held in honor of Sullivan today at 10 p.m. in the Basilica of the Sacred Heart. The entire Notre Dame community is invited to attend, according to the e-mail sent to the student body. Douglas Farmer contributed to this report. SEE ALSO: http://www.ndsmcobserver.com/honoring-declan-1.1733173
Photo courtesy of Christin Kloski Saint Mary’s students participate in Rebuilding Together, rehabing housing and working in the South Bend community.me and skills, volunteers not only make a difference in the home itself, but they also learn how to collaborate with others and give of themselves in the process.”First-years Katie Long and Liz Mason said participating in this project allowed them to connect to members of the community and provided them the chance to give back for the support Saint Mary’s has from the neighboring areas.“The community here is so supportive and interested in what Saint Mary’s does,” Long said. “I think we need to show our thanks for everything they do for us.”“I think it is important to volunteer and take time out of your week to give back to your community,” Mason said. “Working hard with our fellow students on these homes for Rebuilding Together lets us do that.”First-year Emma Green said she recognizes the difference they can make through volunteer work in the community and why it is important to participate.“I feel like we live in a bubble here at school,” she said. “I want to experience what it’s like in the community we live in.”According to a college press release, Saint Mary’s has been participating in this program for ten years now, and will continue to offer participation to the students annually.Tags: OCSE, Office of Civic and Social Engagement, Rebuilding Together, St. Joseph County A group of Saint Mary’s students gathered Saturday to rehabilitate homes in South Bend as part of National Rebuilding Month, a month-long call to service. The Office of Civic and Social Engagement (OCSE) hosted the community outreach event to clean up and beautify homes in the local community.According to a college press release, the Saint Joseph chapter of Rebuilding Together began in 1989 and each year focuses on a different area of the county. More than 75 Saint Mary’s students were stationed at four houses in the Olive Street and Lincoln Way West neighborhoods to complete tasks such as painting, cleaning, raking and planting at a home. The primary recipients of these home improvements are those who might not be able to physically or financially provide these changes on their own.Erika Buhring, director of the OCSE, said in the press release, “Rebuilding Together is a wonderful opportunity for volunteers to make an immediate change in the lives of community members. By donating t
Ineffective or unskilled managers can cause you to lose your best talent, and present one of the biggest exposures to an employment practices liability lawsuit. In fact, one in eight U.S. companies faces the prospect of having an employment charge filed against them each year, according to the insurance provider Hiscox.Of the credit union claims filed with CUNA Mutual Group’s Management Professional Liability Policy, approximately 50% of all claim dollars relate to employment practices liability losses.These losses often involve discrimination, harassment, and/or retaliation. Even with seasoned human resource (HR) professionals, up-to-date policies, and the latest workforce management technology, a poorly trained—or just plain bad—manager can negatively impact the credit union. The impact reflects both financial and reputational risk.Take these actions to avoid this loss trend:Train managers on existing policies and expectations of behavior. Be specific when discussing discrimination, harassment, and anti-retaliation policies. Be extremely clear about what you consider acceptable and unacceptable behavior. 13SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr continue reading »
Diwali 2020 is almost here. In case you are still searching for the perfect gift for your loved ones, fret no more. We have hand-picked a few tech products which you can gift to your dear ones. We have chosen the gifts keeping in mind the change in our lifestyles following the pandemic. There are products across diverse categories that will be useful now, and we’ve listed items that have strong ratings or reviews, and are good value-for-money.These gift ideas cover great picks at different price points so that you can find something great no matter what your budget is this Diwali. Read on and find the perfect gift for your friends and family and make their Diwali super special.1. Samson Go Mic Portable USB Condenser Microphone (Rs. 4,990)- Advertisement – – Advertisement – Price: Rs. 4,990 | Where to buy: Flipkart, Amazon2. Amazon Echo Dot (4th Gen) with Clock (Rs. 5,499)The latest smart speaker by Amazon comes with a refreshed spherical design and an LED display that shows time, outdoor temperature or timers. The light sensor automatically adjusts the display’s brightness, day or night. The smart home speaker can act as your personal assistant. If you have smart home automation products in your home you can use Echo to voice- control the products.- Advertisement – A lot of people have turned to content creation following the pandemic. The Samson Go Mic is the ideal gift for your content creator friend. The Go Mic is a mic that can be clipped right onto your laptop or sit on your desk. It’s compatible with a Mac or Windows PC. The Go Mic is perfect for recording music, podcasts or field recording.The Go Mic has omnidirectional sound pickup patterns with a resolution of 44.1kHz. The package includes a USB cable, cable clip and carry case along with the microphone. The microphone is compact and fits easily in the pocket making it extremely handy.- Advertisement – 5. Marshall Stanmore II Voice 80 W Bluetooth Speaker (Rs. 31,999)The Marshall Stanmore II Voice is a beautifully crafted smart speaker for those who have a bigger budget. The sound-quality of the speaker is bound to take your music listening experience to the next level. Coupled with built-in Google Assistant, the speaker lets you control your music using voice commands. Marshall Stanmore II Voice is enabled with multi-room connection, which lets the speaker wirelessly play different genres of music across rooms.The retro design of the speaker gives it an old-school charm and makes the perfect Diwali for your music loving friends. In case that’s too expensive though, check out our guide to the best smart speakers on the market. Price: Rs. 31,999 | Where to buy: FlipkartWhich is the best TV under Rs. 25,000? We discussed this on Orbital, our weekly technology podcast, which you can subscribe to via Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or RSS, download the episode, or just hit the play button below.Affiliate links may be automatically generated – see our ethics statement for details. Although the pre-order has started on Amazon, the product won’t be delivered until later in the year. Nevertheless, the Amazon Echo (4th Gen) (review) is a useful and pocket-friendly gifting choice.Price: Rs. 5,499 | Where to buy : Amazon3. NESCAFE E’ Smart Personal Coffee Maker (Rs.5,999)This is the perfect gift for any coffee-lover. The NESCAFE E’ Smart Personal Coffee Maker is a smart, app-enabled hot and cold coffee maker. With it, you can prepare a variety of customised coffee like creamy iced coffees, cinnamon cappuccinos, and ginger spiced lattes. The coffee maker can be controlled via the Nescafe E Connected mug app on your smartphone and the coffee will be prepared in just 60-90 seconds. This is an ideal gifting choice for anybody who might be missing reaching out to the office coffee vending machine, given the unexpected shift in our working conditions. Price: Rs.5,999 | Where to buy: Flipkart, Amazon4. Realme Smart TV 43 (Rs.19,999)This has been the year of content streaming and for your dearest binge-lover, there is no better thing to give than a Smart TV. Realme Smart TV 43 is one of the most budget-friendly smart TVs in the market. The device runs on Android TV 9 Pie, with access to the Google Play Store for Android TV. It is powered by MediaTek MSD6683 processor, paired with 1GB of RAM and 8GB of internal storage. The TV also supports HDR10 standard, Dolby Audio and Bluetooth v5.0.For sound, the Realme TV uses a four-speaker system with 24W of rated sound output. Connectivity options include three HDMI ports, two USB ports, and single AV, LAN, and ANT ports. In case you are interested in other TV choices, you can explore our top smart TV recommendations.Price: Rs. 19,999 | Where to buy: Flipkart
It was a fourth match in charge without a win for Netherlands coach Frank de Boer, whose record is now a loss and three draws.The Netherlands were missing captain Virgil van Dijk, who is sidelined for months with a serious knee injury, and quickly also lost Manchester City defender Nathan Ake, who limped off with an apparent hamstring injury in the sixth minute. Georginio Wijnaldum, on his 30th birthday, was captain in the absence of his Liverpool team-mate.Spain had taken the lead in the 19th minute when Sergio Canales scored his first international goal. – Advertisement – Alvaro Morata, who has scored three goals in his last three matches with Juventus, turned provider for Spain’s opener. He turned away from Frenkie de Jong and Daley Blind before passing to Canales, who had time and room to calmly slide a low, left-foot shot past Marco Bizot, who was making his debut in the Dutch goal at age 29.Spain were more urgent in the first half, pressing the makeshift Dutch defence high up the pitch and not letting De Boer’s team settle into its passing game. The closest the Dutch came to scoring before the break was a shot by Sevilla forward Luuk de Jong straight at Simon.The hosts’ intensity picked up after the break and was rewarded immediately when a cross by Owen Wijndal bounced through the penalty area to Van de Beek, who fired a low shot past Simon for his second international goal. – Advertisement – Donny van de Beek put his Manchester United troubles behind him to score the equaliser as the Netherlands came from a goal down to draw 1-1 with Spain in a friendly at the Johan Cruyff Arena on Wednesday.Van de Beek has struggled to establish himself as a first-team player in Manchester but felt right at home back at the stadium where he rose to prominence with Ajax as he drilled a low shot past Unai Simon in the 47th minute.- Advertisement – Image:Nathan Ake had to go off after picking up an injury during Wednesday night’s friendly The game then opened up with both sides coming close to a winner.Koke lobbed just over the bar in the 60th minute and Memphis Depay, with time and space in Spain’s penalty area, shot too close to Simon, allowing the keeper to make a sharp save to his left. De Jong also had a good late chance, but could not find room for a shot after a good cross by Denzel Dumfries.Sergio Ramos came on as an 85th-minute substitute for his 176th international, drawing level with former Italy goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon as the European with the most caps. The world record is Ahmed Hassans 184 for Egypt.What’s next?Netherlands host Bosnia and Herzegovina in the Nations League on Sunday at 5pm – live on Sky Sports Premier League – before travelling to Poland in the Nations League on Wednesday at 7.45pm – live on Sky Sports Football red button.Spain travel to Switzerland in the Nations League on Sunday at 7.45pm – live on Sky Sports Football red button – before hosting Germany in the Nations League on Tuesday at 7.45pm – live on Sky Sports Football. Image:Sergio Canales scores his first international goal for Spain – Advertisement –
The project of awarding the quality label “Kvarner Family” was initiated by the Primorje-Gorski Kotar County, and is implemented by the Kvarner Tourist Board in cooperation with member tourist boards, and Kvarner family is certainly the most successful labeling program in Croatia.Also, for years, the Primorje-Gorski Kotar County has been subsidizing loans for family accommodation hosts in the Kvarner family program, and the goal of the program is to improve service and raise the quality of accommodation in facilities that provide catering services in the Primorje-Gorski Kotar County.Interest for hosts in family accommodation from 1 to 2% Primorje-Gorski Kotar County subsidizes interest on approved loans with five (5) percentage points for investments in the area of Gorski Kotar and small islands of Primorje-Gorski Kotar County (Unije, Susak, Ilovik, Vele and Mala Srakane), so that the interest for end users ultimately can amount to 1% per year. For the remaining areas of the Primorje-Gorski Kotar County, the County subsidizes the interest with four (4) percentage points so that the interest for the end user can be the highest 2% per year.Preference when approving a loan is given to hosts who already have the “Kvarner Family” quality label and want to create conditions for obtaining sub-brands, ie additional quality labels of the “Kvarner Family” brand such as “Pet Friendly” – intended for tourists with pets; “Bike Friendly” – intended for cyclo tourists; “Hike Friendly” – intended for hikers and other standards of special offer conducted by the Kvarner Tourist Board.Landlords interested in submitting an application for the Kvarner Family 2015 Loan Program in the Primorje-Gorski Kotar County may submit a Public Invitation and a loan application form and a list of documentation located here.Proof of how it can be if we care about development Labeling programs such as Kvarner family can be started by any county tourist board to raise the quality of accommodation and services in family accommodation, of course it is necessary to create a good enough motive for the hosts to activate and participate in a particular labeling program. Of course. The market is free and no one has to learn a labeling program, but that’s why it’s important to combine a series of motives, and where will you get a better motive than 1% interest on the loan, which you can’t get in the market?Also, this is just one of the great motives for the hosts to get involved in the program, and we can list hundreds more. From giving free towel sets, education, study trips, advertising, apartment photography, etc.… continue the series… This is a concrete example of how to raise the level of service and quality of accommodation in family accommodation, of course only if we care about strategic development. This is exactly how we can raise our entire tourism, and there has always been and always will be a market as the best regulator of the successful and the less successful. There are other labeling programs in Istria, Šibenik-Knin County and Zadar County, but unfortunately the whole story is developing too slowly.The story of branding family accommodation starts with those who need to develop and brand tourist destinations, and these are tourist boards. The labeling program is such a broad story that connects all the essence of family accommodation. People are not to blame for poor development, the system is to blame for the fact that we are not developing strategically, both tourism and tourist destinations.Opportunities and successful models are there, and it’s up to you to take advantage of them. Of course if you care, although it is the duty and obligation of tourist boards because the system is not an end in itself, but exists for tourism workers as a kind of DMC or management and platform that connects and develops a tourist destination in every sense.
9b Fleming Rd, Chapel Hill.The property is located near the Mt Coot-tha Lookout, Anzac Park and Indooroopilly Shopping Centre.Agent Michelle McLeod said the house showcased the best of Queensland living, with innovative and exceptional design and views to lush trees and rainforest surrounds. Inspections: By appointmentFor sale: By expressions of interest, closing September 14, 5pmAgent: Michelle McLeod, Ray White Indooroopilly – McLeod Partners 9b Fleming Rd, Chapel Hill.Three of these bedrooms have built-in wardrobes and share a tiled bathroom with a separate shower and bath. The fourth bedroom has a walk-in wardrobe and an ensuite with a double vanity and glass shower.Other features of the residence include a self-contained space that sits above the garage. It has an open-plan living and dining room, kitchenette with ample cabinetry, a bathroom and bedroom with a walk-in wardrobe. 9b Fleming Rd, Chapel Hill.The walkway leads to a triple garage to the right, and the house to the left, featuring high ceilings, down lighting and polished tiles.A lounge room adjoins dining and family rooms, with the family room including a study nook and access to a patio.These rooms then border a stylish kitchen with a stone island benchtop, butler’s pantry and Miele appliances, while nearby are a bathroom and laundry with external access and large linen closet.Bi-fold and sliding glass doors open the ground floor out to the timber deck, featuring a soaring ceiling, a grassy yard and the pool with a waterfall. More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019The main bedroom also has deck access, along with polished timber floors, a custom-fitted walk-in wardrobe and an ensuite with a freestanding tub, glass rain shower and double vanity.Upstairs, there are four bedrooms and a retreat space with windows overlooking the deck and forest surrounds. 9b Fleming Rd, Chapel Hill.SURROUNDED by established gardens and with views to Mt Coot-tha, this contemporary home at 9B Fleming Rd, Chapel Hill has a focus on outdoor living.The home has a large deck, patio spaces and a saltwater swimming pool.A timber bridge leads to the house, with a glass front door opening to a ground-floor atrium-style walkway with timber floors and walls of windows. A courtyard with stepping stones sits to one side.
Offshore driller Noble Corporation has named a new member of the company’s board of directors, effective immediately.The company said on Tuesday that Julie J. Robertson would fill a board vacancy created by a recent retirement.According to Noble, she will serve as a director of the company until the next shareholder vote at the annual general meeting in 2018.Robertson spent more than 38 years with Noble and its subsidiaries. She began her career at the company by serving consecutively in the positions of risk and benefits manager and marketing services coordinator for a predecessor subsidiary of Noble, beginning in 1979. Most recently, Robertson served as the company’s executive vice president since 2006 and corporate secretary since 1993 and will retain both roles.In her current roles, she has direct oversight of human resources, procurement, and supply chain, learning and development, health, safety and environmental functions, and information technology. Robertson is a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin and attended the Advanced Management Program at Harvard School of Business.David W. Williams, chairman, president and CEO of Noble Corporation, said: “Julie has built a distinguished career during her tenure at Noble and brings excellent industry knowledge and experience. I am delighted with this addition to our board and look forward to her future contributions.”
Under Senate Bill No. 29 or the “ParentsWelfare Act of 2019” filed by Senator Panfilo Lacson, children are required toprovide necessary support to their aging, sick, and incapacitated parents. MANILA – A bill seeking to penalizechildren who abandon their old and sick parents has been filed in the Senate. Also, those who will leave parents inneed of support in any place with the intention of wholly abandoning the lattershall be punished with imprisonment of six years to 10 years and a fine of notless than P300,000. It states a parent may file a petitionbefore the court and pray for the issuance of a support order against thosechildren who failed or refused to provide the necessary aid. Sen. Panfilo Lacson The bill also seeks to establish Old AgeHomes for the elderly, sick, or otherwise incapacitated parents in every provinceand highly urbanized city. (With GMA News/PN) The bill, which Lacson also filed in the17th Congress, seeks to further strengthen filial responsibility and to make ita criminal offense in case of flagrant violation thereof. Under the bill, the penalty ofimprisonment of one to six months or a fine of P100,000 will be imposed if therespondent fails to give support for three consecutive months withoutjustifiable cause. It added the legal representation of theparent in need of support will be provided by the Public Attorney’s Office andno court fees will be assessed.