MOST GIF-ABLE MOMENT WHY WE LOVE IT Let’s be serious. If we lived in the soap opera set that Cleo Laine apparently calls home, we’d be total recluses. But not Cleo. Decked out in her finest leopard print onesie, our favorite Tony-nominated dog serenader takes us on a walking prancing tour of the Big Apple. All while singing a Sondheim tune! And while blatantly disregarding security barricades. There’s children falling on ice. There’s children falling on a playground. There’s just lots of children falling, for some reason. OVERALL CAMP FACTOR 300 out of 300 feet (which is about how far she threw that rock at 1:02. Touchdown!) LOOK OUT FOR… 1:57. The sassiest traffic sign in existence. We get it! Everybody and everything says don’t! View Comments We’re gonna be honest: Things around the Broadway.com offices have gotten really boring the last few weeks. It’s sweltering, it’s humid, and worst of all, no new Broadway shows open until after Labor Day. But never fear, dear readers, we’ve got a great way to spice up the month of August: Broadway.com Summer Camp! Each day for 31 days, we’re highlighting the campiest, craziest, wildest—and did we mention campiest?—videos we can find. Put on your gaudy bathing suit and dive in!
University of Georgia Cooperative Extension and the Georgia Green Industry Association are inviting veteran nursery and greenhouse growers to “get nerdy” with them this summer at the inaugural Academy of Crop Production, June 12-15 at Hotel Indigo in Athens, Georgia.Organized for greenhouse managers, nursery growers and landscape designers who want a more in-depth educational experience, the three-day Academy of Crop Production will include 18 speakers from 14 universities. “Growers across the nation have been asking for more “high-level” education targeted at nursery managers and owners,” said Paul Thomas, an Extension horticulturist at UGA and one of the academy’s organizers. “There are lots of trade show type programs out there that target introductory-type ideas. But our content is more in-depth and technical, while maintaining that friendly and fun atmosphere that we are known for in the Southeast.”The goal of organizing the academy was to give experienced green industry professionals access to the most cutting-edge crop production research available in a non-academic and fun atmosphere.Topics will include employee management, variety trial reports, the best uses of smart irrigation and unmanned aerial vehicle technology.”It’s going to be a great time for people who love plants and plant production to talk about the challenges and opportunities facing their operations, and to learn from some of the best experts in the field,” said Matt Chappell, an Extension nursery horticulturist with UGA Extension.“It is a jam-packed program meant to focus on new products, technologies and processes that will improve profitability of participants,” Chappell said.In addition to the daytime workshop session, the academy will be punctuated by events to allow participants and their families to socialize, including an opening night gala hosted by GGIA at the State Botanical Garden of Georgia, a pool party at UGA’s Legion Pool sponsored by Harrell’s Fertilizer, an evening banquet sponsored by Netafim USA and the UGA Trial Gardens Commercial Open House sponsored by Ball Horticultural.As with most UGA Extension offerings, this conference will offer five to eight credit hours of pesticide continuing education credits and three to five hours of International Society of Arboriculture regional credits (depending upon state) for Georgia, Alabama, Florida, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia.Registration costs $400 per participant. To register for the academy and to view the full schedule, visit http://t.uga.edu/21R.Discounted room rates for conference participants are available at the Hotel Indigo in downtown Athens. Reservations should be booked separately by calling (706) 546-0430 with hotel booking code “UGA Horticulture Commercial Agriculture.” Conference pricing is available through May 31.
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Eurowings is expanding its winter flight schedule for 2017/2018. year and for the first time includes the Cologne-Rijeka route.Flights are scheduled from November on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays, on Airbus A319 aircraft, and can be booked now.Eurowings now connects Rijeka with its hub in Cologne throughout the year, and as part of the current summer flight schedule, flights are scheduled twice a week, and an additional flight is introduced for the holiday season. In addition to Rijeka, the airline is flying to other Croatian cities such as Dubrovnik, Osijek, Pula, Split, Zadar and Zagreb this summer.By the way, Eurowings currently has almost 100 flights a week (one way) to Croatia.
“The best years are 2013 and 2016, and we suspect that 2019 could be just like this year, if not betterAnnounced Špiranec, who is also the co-founder of the oenological laboratory Vinolab, which deals with consulting and laboratory analysis of wine. Saša Špiranec is the founder of Vinart Grand Tasting, the top Croatian wine event, as well as the extremely popular summer wine festival Vinski Grad, which is held at several locations, and is the author of the book Wine Routes – Guide to Croatian Wineries and Wines. Saša Špriranec is an experienced international wine judge, and his field of expertise is the wine regions of New and Central Europe with a special emphasis on wines from Croatia, Slovenia, Hungary and Austria, which is the most common topic of his reports, articles and books. Saša is also a longtime columnist and his texts are read with pleasure, and his opinion is extremely appreciated. We also asked him what the 2019 harvest was like and he was very optimistic and satisfied, so he seems to have something to look forward to in the wine world. He will judge sommelier Siniša Lasan and Marija Meštrović at this year’s prestigious Decanter World Wine Awards., and the third judge from Lijepa naša Saša Špiranec from Vinart. “I am just happy to be invited and to be a part of this story. It is a great honor to be invited to the recommendation of leading authorities Anthony Rose, Caroline Gilby and Andrew Jefford with whom I had the opportunity to participate in the tasting and then recommended and invited me, which I am extremely glad because they are world-renowned experts, ” pointed out Saša Špiranec who is also our guest at the Day One conference where he will present the 4 wine regions we wrote about here. The most important wine event in Lijepa naša, Vinart Grand Tasting this year is held from 6.3. to 7.3. 2020 in Lauba, Zagreb. Photo: Vinart Grand Tasting Source: decanter.com,
Nine Chinese experts and several tons of medical aid have arrived on a special to flight to Italy to help the country fight Europe’s most serious coronavirus outbreak.China, the epicenter of the outbreak that first emerged in December, has said the peak of the epidemic has passed in the country after a steady decline in the number of new cases. After battling the deadly epidemic for several months, it has also sent support to Iran and Iraq to help fight the illness. On Thursday, a flight carrying medical experts and supplies arrived in Rome to help the hard-hit country, which has more than 15,000 cases and over 1,000 deaths — the most outside of China. The specialists had “been on the frontline since the first day in the epicenter of the virus”, said Francesco Rossa, the president of the Italian Red Cross.”The exchange of experiences with our researchers is important.” The team included the vice president of the Chinese Red Cross and a prominent cardio-pulmonary intensive care expert, along with pediatricians and nurses who worked on the virus outbreak in China. The medical supplies included ventilators, respiratory material, electro-cardiograph machines and tens of thousands of masks, Rossa said. Sporting face masks, the Chinese specialists were met by Italian health officials in Rome as they arrived for the visit. In a phone call earlier this week, China’s Foreign Minster Wang Yi told his Italian counterpart Luigi Di Maio that Italy would have Beijing’s full support in battling the outbreak. The outbreak has killed over 3,100 people in China and infected more than 80,000, the highest number globally.Italy is the second-worst affected country, and has issued a nationwide lockdown in a bid to contain the pandemic. Topics :
Flag Order, Press Release, Veterans Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf has ordered all United States and Commonwealth flags to fly at half-staff at the Capitol Complex and at all Commonwealth facilities in honor of United States Army Sergeant Jason Mitchell McClary of Export, PA.“Sergeant McClary gave the ultimate sacrifice on behalf of his country and, for that, we will be forever grateful,” Governor Wolf said. “On behalf of all Pennsylvanians, I share my deepest condolences with Jason’s family, friends and fellow soldiers.”McClary, 24, died on Sunday, December 2, 2018 as a result of injuries sustained from an improvised explosive device in the Ghazni Province of Afghanistan. The serviceman was assigned to the 1st Battalion, 38th Infantry Regiment, 1st Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, Fort Carson, Colorado.The US and Commonwealth flags will be lowered to half-staff until sunset on the date of Sgt. McClary’s interment and will remain lowered until January 1, 2019 per previous flag order in honor of President George H.W. Bush. All Pennsylvanians are invited to participate in this tribute. December 03, 2018 Governor Wolf Orders Commonwealth Flags at Half-Staff to Honor United States Army Sergeant Jason Mitchell McClary SHARE Email Facebook Twitter
Odion Ighalo’s agent, Patrick Bastianelli, believes the striker ‘deserved his prize’ of fulfilling his dream to play for Man Utd. Loading… The Nigerian was a shock arrival at Old Trafford on deadline day of the January window, as United sealed a loan deal to bring him back to the UK from China. Ighalo had performed well during a previous Premier League stint at Watford, but had all-but given up on signing for his boyhood club. Yet agent Bastianelli insists his client’s reward is a product of years of hard work. “Odion is reaping what he deserves after many sacrifices, after many years around Europe,” Bastianelli told TuttoSport (via Sport Witness ). “Manchester is a prize for everything he’s shown in recent years.” Ighalo has enjoyed a roaring start to life at United, netting four times in as many starts, including a cracker in Thursday’s rout against LASK. Rumours of a permanent contract have swirled as his impressive form has taken many by surprise, but not Basitanelli. Promoted ContentBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made7 Universities In The World With The Highest Market ValueInsane 3D Spraying Skills Turn In Incredible Street Art8 Things That Will Happen If An Asteroid Hits EarthWhat’s Up With All The Female Remakes?Can Playing Too Many Video Games Hurt Your Body?10 Hyper-Realistic 3D Street Art By OdeithWho’s The Best Car Manufacturer Of All Time?You’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of AnimeThese TV Characters Proved That Any 2 People Can Bury The HatchetBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks “It’s part of his character, of his great seriousness,” he added. “He scored many goals. He always has a positive attitude.” “Odion is a person who always looks ahead, always in a positive way.” Speaking of Ighalo’s first goal for Manchester United – against Club Brugge last month – the agent said: “It was also exciting for us to see his reaction, the happiness in his eyes. Couldn’t believe it…” Meanwhile, another of United’s new boys has caught the eye of Red Devils full-back Diogo Dalot, who claimed Bruno Fernandes is already on his way to being a club great. Dalot said: “He’s [Fernandes] a top guy, a top player. He is going to be legend. Read Also:Ighalo nominated for maiden Manchester United award “He’s unbelievable, he can better of course as well. He’s going to learn a lot from this club. I think he is a massive player to have in this team and he’s going to be a very good player for this club. “He’s going to be a legend, no doubt about that. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享
A patient is brought by ambulance to the Maimonides Medical Center in Brooklyn, May 4, 2020. In New York City, the daily onslaught of death from the coronavirus has dropped to half of what it was, much of the country remains in the firm grip of a pandemic with little hope of release. THE NEW YORK TIMES At least 18,011,763 cases have now been registered as the pandemic’s rate of infection continues to accelerate. More than half of them were recorded in the United States and in Latin America and the Caribbean region. PARIS – The number of coronavirus cases recorded worldwide has passed 18 million, according to an AFP tally from official sources at 2240 GMT Sunday (6:40 a.m. Monday in Manila). The United States is the worst-hit country with 4,657,693 cases including 154,793 deaths, followed by Brazil with 2,733,677 cases and 94,104 deaths. The third worst-hit country is India, with 1,750,723 cases and 37,364 deaths. (AFP)
This week will find us once again bundling up as winter-like temperatures move back into the region. There is a chance of flurries early Tuesday morning before sunrise with accumulation of less than a half inch expected.Temperatures will max out in the thirties this week with nighttime temperatures dropping to the teens and single digits.It has been a cold and sort of strange start to the year. So far, in February, the average daily temperature has been 23 degrees.It was a welcoming change of pace last week when temperatures reached the sixties, but that was accompanied by storms that produced a tornado near Osgood.According to the Farmers Almanac, more snow is expected in March, followed by rainy and mild weather come Reds Opening Day on March 31.