The San Marino Guild of the Huntington Hospital to Hold Fifth Annual Springtime Luncheon and Fashion Show
This luncheon event is the primary fundraiser of the San Marino Guild of Huntington Hospital. All profits from the 2016 events will benefit the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit of the hospital with the purchase of several SonarMed Airwave airway monitoring systems. These high tech devices help the fragile patients who cannot breathe without assistance by detecting respiratory obstructions. Pasadena Will Allow Vaccinated People to Go Without Masks in Most Settings Starting on Tuesday Make a comment The fifth annual Springtime Luncheon and Fashion Show, presented by the San Marino Guild of the Huntington Hospital will be held on Wednesday, April 13, 2016. Festivities begin at 11:30 at the San Gabriel Country Club, 350 East Hermosa Avenue, San Gabriel. Tickets are $65 for the luncheon and fashion show. For ticket information, call (626) 793-1333 or email the Guild at [email protected] Reservations are required and seating is very limited. EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | FOOD & DRINK | THE ARTS | REAL ESTATE | HOME & GARDEN | WELLNESS | SOCIAL SCENE | GETAWAYS | PARENTS & KIDS Business News Top of the News Get our daily Pasadena newspaper in your email box. Free.Get all the latest Pasadena news, more than 10 fresh stories daily, 7 days a week at 7 a.m. Benefits The San Marino Guild of the Huntington Hospital to Hold Fifth Annual Springtime Luncheon and Fashion Show From STAFF REPORTS Published on Monday, April 4, 2016 | 11:19 am San Marino Guild members preparing for Springtime Luncheon and Fashion Show: Back row, left to right — Betsy Bogue, Alicia Clark, Diane Whitten , Kerrin Pittman, Mimi Gerhardt (Event Chairman), Alicia Ferramola, Cornelia Fuller, Barbara Reagan, Trish Bredesen. Seated – Sharon Pippen, Tays Bogue, Peggy Yingling (Guild President), Phyllis Pascarella. (Photo by Chris Grisanti) Subscribe First Heatwave Expected Next Week HerbeautyHe Is Totally In Love With You If He Does These 7 ThingsHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty15 Countries Where Men Have Difficulties Finding A WifeHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyDo You Feel Like Hollywood Celebrities All Look A Bit Similar?HerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty6 Strong Female TV Characters Who Deserve To Have A SpinoffHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyThis Trend Looks Kind Of Cool!HerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty5 Things To Avoid If You Want To Have Whiter TeethHerbeautyHerbeauty Home of the Week: Unique Pasadena Home Located on Madeline Drive, Pasadena More Cool Stuff Community News The style show will feature chic pants, wrinkle-free traveling outfits, softly structured jackets in light linen or faux suede, and glamorous jewelry and accessories. Pants are beautifully tailored, versatile and create a slimming silhouette. Also highlighted will be tops which may reflect vivid colors, graphic stripes, a crisp white look, or a feminine touch with ruffles and lace. Community News Name (required) Mail (required) (not be published) Website Dazzling designs in elegant and wearable styles from Chico’s in La Canada will be featured. Guests will enjoy the eye-catching outfits that will make a statement or amp up an everyday look. The goal of this popular boutique is to help each lady look and feel her best all of the time. Pasadena’s ‘626 Day’ Aims to Celebrate City, Boost Local Economy faithfernandez More » ShareTweetShare on Google+Pin on PinterestSend with WhatsApp,Virtual Schools PasadenaHomes Solve Community/Gov/Pub SafetyPASADENA EVENTS & ACTIVITIES CALENDARClick here for Movie Showtimes Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * 11 recommended0 commentsShareShareTweetSharePin it
ABC News(NEW YORK) — Eleven states are under flood and flash flood alerts Tuesday morning. A cold front combined with tropical moisture from the Pacific Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico will bring rounds of heavy rain and the threat of flash flooding from New Mexico to Michigan Tuesday and Wednesday.There has already been flash flooding in southeastern New Mexico near Carlsbad, where some people got stuck in their vehicles in the flood waters and had to be rescued.Just south of Duluth, Minnesota, roads have been under water with some rivers nearing record flood stage due to numerous rounds of heavy rain in the last 24 hours. In the next 48 hours, some areas could see more than 4 inches of additional rain, as flooding and flash flooding remains in the forecast.Meanwhile, numerous record highs were broken Monday from the Deep South all the way to the Midwest. Among the records, Indianapolis reached 92 degrees, Cincinnati hit 94, Atlanta reached 96 and Macon, Georgia, hit 100 — while in Alabama, Birmingham and Montgomery both reached 98.More record heat is expected Tuesday and with humidity the temperature will feel like 100 degrees or even more in some areas. The record heat will move to the East Coast on Wednesday, with actual temperatures into the mid to upper 90s for the Mid-Atlantic states, and temperatures close to 90 degrees possible in New York City and Philadelphia.Copyright © 2019, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.
Lidar observations of polar mesospheric clouds at Rothera, Antarctica (67.5 degrees S, 68.0 degrees W)
Polar mesospheric clouds (PMC) were observed by an Fe Boltzmann temperature lidar at Rothera (67.5degreesS, 68.0degreesW), Antarctica in the austral summer of 2002-2003.The Rothera PMC are much weaker, less frequent, and not as high as the PMC observed at the South Pole. The mean PMC altitude is 83.74 +/- 0.25 km, which is approximately 1.3 km lower than the South Pole clouds. A comparison of numerous cloud observations indicates that southern hemisphere PMC are about 1 km higher than northern clouds at similar latitudes. Lidar measurements also show that the mesopause region temperatures at Rothera in late January are warmer than at the South Pole, while the Fe layer at Rothera has higher density and a lower peak altitude compared to the summertime Fe layer at the South Pole. These Fe density and temperature observations are qualitatively consistent with the PMC observations.
“This decision is disappointing for our team and coaches but their health and safety is paramount, and it will always come first in our decision-making.” pic.twitter.com/IHXOD6lXyj— Michigan Football (@UMichFootball) December 8, 2020Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved. Beau Lund Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailfstop123/iStockBy ABC NEWS(NEW YORK) — The University of Michigan said this Saturday’s football game against Ohio State is now canceled due to “an increasing number of positive COVID-19 cases and student-athletes in quarantine over the past week.”“The number of positive tests has continued to trend in an upward direction over the last seven days,” said Michigan’s Athletic Director, Warde Manuel. “We have not been cleared to participate in practice at this time. Unfortunately, we will not be able to field a team due to COVID-19 positives and the associated quarantining required of close-contact individuals.” December 8, 2020 /Sports News – National Michigan-Ohio State football game canceled due to increased COVID-19 cases
Home » News » Agencies & People » Strutt & Parker returns to ZPG’s arms three years after co-launching OTM previous nextMarketingStrutt & Parker returns to ZPG’s arms three years after co-launching OTM48-branch agency will now market its properties via all three portals and joins other ZPG returnees including branches of Hunters and Northwood.Nigel Lewis1st August 201801,085 Views Venerable upmarket estate agency and OnTheMarket.com founder Strutt & Parker has returned to Zoopla after a three-year hiatus, it has been announced.The French-owned firm will now list with ZPG’s Zoopla and PrimeLocation websites with immediate effect, some 33 months after it said the company had “the best overall digital strategy in place”.Clearly times have changed for the company, which was one of the founders of OnTheMarket that closely supported both its launch and stockmarket debut earlier this year.The firm’s 48 offices across the UK are joined by several traditional and franchised estate agency branches including the ten offices of Featherstone Leigh, Victor Michael and The Scottish Property Centre plus several franchised branches of Hunters, Winkworth and Northwood.Strutt & Parker at the time of OnTheMarket’s launch said “our clients will always be our number one priority, and after much deliberation and careful analysis of web traffic and number of leads generated to our clients, we have decided that this is the best possible combination of portals.”The company will now list on all three main portals.Guy Robinson, Head of Residential at Strutt & Parker (pictured, left) said, “We’re very pleased to be returning to ZPG and advertising our listings to the valuable Zoopla and PrimeLocation audience again. We have seen other firms benefit from this exposure and we feel it is the right time for us to reintroduce it to our clients.“Strutt & Parker now lists on all the major portals, including OnTheMarket, Rightmove and Zoopla, offering our clients maximum reach and high quality leads, as well as greater choice for consumers.”“[We are] a founder member of OnTheMarket, and affirm [our] long term commitment to the property portal, which has expanded its business and continues to offer excellent services to estate agents and clients.”Charlie Bryant, MD of ZPG Property Services, says: “We’re delighted to welcome all new and returning members to our platform. Our members enjoy the best value digital marketing along with a wide range of additional services and data to help them gain exposure, win business and generate additional revenues.”OnTheMarket statementA spokesperson for OnTheMarket said: “Strutt & Parker remains a very strong supporter and investor in OnTheMarket and has recently signed a 5-year listing agreement with us.” Strutt & Parker OnTheMarket PrimeLocation property portal Zoopla ZPG August 1, 2018Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021
A Clean Ocean Action Beach Sweep in Ocean City is scheduled for Oct. 26. By Maddy VitaleA giant, rusted screw, a cover for a workout weight, large hunks of Styrofoam and plenty of plastic bottles filled the trash bags of the Figueroa and Zbikowski families, who joined forces and ventured onto the beach Saturday morning for Clean Ocean Action’s Beach Sweep in Ocean City.“Last year we found a piece of a whale’s jaw,” said Alexander Figueroa, 14, of Pine Hill, N.J. “We also found a teddy bear. It was so heavy because it had been in the water.”This year was a bit less exciting, they admitted, but it did yield the removal of a lot of plastic off the beaches and make way for visitors to enjoy pristine beaches and marine life to be safer from the threat of choking on plastic bags or other garbage.Angela Zbikowski brought her daughters, Nicola, 7, and Krista, 15, along for the cleanup.“We are here for vacation every year and we love keeping the beaches clean,” she said.Nicola said it made her happy to clean the beaches. “We love doing it for the community,” she said.Beach Cleanup Coordinator Charlotte Moyer speaks with Vincent and Patti Colucci, of Bergen County, before they head out to clean the beaches.More than 300 participants lined up throughout the morning into the early afternoon to get their rubber gloves and trash bags at the Ocean City Music Pier.Charlotte Moyer, supervisor for Ocean City Public Works and one of the coordinators of the event, said despite the winds, the beach sweep was going very well.“There is a lot of wind, but people are still out there picking up litter,” Moyer said as she handed volunteers a sign-in sheet. “It is a great way to start the season off. We really appreciate everything people do.”The cleanup is designed to not only beautify the beaches, but also make it safer for marine life and protect the coastal environment.Volunteers took to the sands in search of litter and debris during the 34rd annual Spring Beach Sweep hosted by Clean Ocean Action.Among the volunteers were the Coluccis from Bergen County. They visit Ocean City often to see friends.“It is a good getaway,” said Patti Colucci. “We’ve come down to do the cleanups a couple of times because it is just a good thing to do. No one wants trash on the beaches. They are too beautiful.”Dana McFarland, of Mullica Hill, and her daughters, Eily, 11, (left) and Amelia, 8, fill garbage bags with plastic bottles, wrappers and cans during the beach cleanup.Dana McFarland, of Mullica Hill, N.J., brought her daughters, Amelia, 8, and Eily, 11, to the cleanup.“We found a lot of litter under the Boardwalk,” Dana McFarland said. “We vacation here and want the beaches to be clean. My husband is a surfer. The ocean is our happy place.”For Eily, who was taught by her parents about what plastics and other debris can do to marine life, the importance of ridding the ocean and beaches of harmful litter is vital.“Plastic bags look like jelly fish and an animal could swallow it and die,” Eily said. “That is why we have to pick them up.”Nickolas Figueroa, 10, and his brother, Alexander, 14, display some of their finds, including a block of Styrofoam and a weight cover.
Source: M&SM&STo celebrate Veganuary, the retailer has expanded its own label vegan range.Its New York Pretzel Roll with No Salt Beef (£3.50) is filled with marinated wheat and vegetable protein, sauerkraut, carrot, and spring onion slaw. Pickled dill cucumber, mustard dressing and coconut-based cheese are also packed into the traditional pretzel roll.The two-pack No Beef Steak Bakes (£3.30) see the retailer take on the Greggs Vegan Steak Bake. The M&S version sees pea protein ‘steak’ and mushrooms encased in a puff pastry.For those with a sweet tooth, there’s Vegan Chocolate Chip Cookies (£0.75 each). Described as soft and gooey, the plant-based cookie is packed with Belgian chocolate chips.“All of our Plant Kitchen dishes have been developed with a ‘flavour first’ mentality. We’re super excited about our new pea protein ingredient which we have been working and experimenting on for the past 12 months,” said James Fisher, product developer for Plant Kitchen, M&S.“We took it back to the kitchen and taking some of the UK’s most popular recipes to see what would work – through lots of trials and errors we found that we could replicate amazingly well.” Source: TescoTescoTesco has rolled out an array of bakes for its own-label line-up.The Wicked Kitchen range includes a selection of muffins, cookies, doughnuts and cinnamon scrolls.Its Jazzy Jam Doughnuts (£1/five pack) are a plant-based twist on the bakery classic. Described as squishy and soft, the dough is dusted with sugar and stuffed with apple & raspberry jam.The Super Cinnamon Scrolls (£1.85/two pack) feature dough swirled with cinnamon and sugar, topped with a drizzle of icing.For dessert, the Double Trouble Chocolate Cookies (£1.50/four pack) pack a punch with a chocolate flavour and dark chocolate pieces. Source: AldiAldiAldi has expanded its vegan own-label range called Plant Menu.The retailer expects to see sales of vegan food sales double as a result, it said.For a breakfast treat, consumers can try the Vegan Pain Au Chocolat (£1.49/eight pack). Designed for an on-the-go snack, it is made with vegan puff pastry and vegan chocolate chips.Its Specially Selected No Beef Bourguignon Pie (£1.69) sees shortcrust pastry filled with a seitan, mushroom and onion in a red wine gravy, and is topped with a puff pastry lid.Another pie comes in the form of the Specially Selected Vegan Rainbow Pie (£1.69). It has a tomato & chilli shortcrust pastry and a ‘rainbow vegetables’ filling in a spiced tomato & harissa sauce all topped with herbs and seeds.The vegan pizzas (£1.99) include variants such as BBQ Pulled Jackfruit, Spicy Cauliflower, and a meat-free Chicken Arrabiata. Source: AsdaAsda’s Plant Based Steakless BakesAsdaAsda has rolled out a host of meat-free treats for those embracing the plant-based lifestyle.Called Plant Based, the range includes a duckless wrap, meatless sausage roll and steakless bake. The Hoisin Duckless Wrap (£2.50) features a vegan flame grilled soya protein bursting with ‘familiar oriental flavours’.A popular classic comes in the form of Meat Free Sausage Rolls (£1.50). Encased in flaky pastry, the snack is packed with a lightly seasoned soya protein.The Steakless Bakes (£1.50) contain wheat and pea proteins, as well as steak style pieces coated in rich onion gravy and wrapped in flaky pastry. Source: Co-opCo-opCo-op has extended its vegan bakery offering with a host of treats, including pies and a beefless wellington.The launches are part of its own-label Gro range aimed at the growing number of shoppers looking for meat- and dairy-free foods, it said.The Spiced Squash & Cauliflower Pie (£2.50) contains butternut squash, cauliflower, chickpeas and spinach in a spicy coconut milk sauce. Encased in shortcrust pastry, the pie has a crumble topping.The Mushroom & Spinach Wellington (£3.75/two) features a mushroom and seiten base, coconut oil-based sauce and spinach which is all encased in puff pastry and sprinkled with pine nuts.“As a convenience retailer with stores in every postal area, it’s important that we cater for all our shoppers. Growing our plant-based offering will continue to be a priority for 2021 and our expert team of developers have already created some amazing new products to kick start the new year,” said Breige Donaghy, director of Delicious Food, The Co-op. Source: M&SRetailers have ramped up their vegan bakery ranges for Veganuary 2021.M&S, Tesco and Aldi are among those to roll out new plant-based products during the month in which some consumers challenge themselves to adopt a vegan lifestyle.Launches include pretzel rolls, chocolate cookies, onion bhaji wraps and pain au chocolat.Brands have also tapped into demand for vegan bakery products. Chunk of Devon, Délifrance and Pidy are among those to have already rolled out an array of plant-based products this month.Here’s our pick of the retailers’ vegan ranges: Source: James Hall & CoJames Hall & CoSpar wholesaler James Hall & Co has launched a host of plant-based and free-from treats, with a vegan range among them.The line-up includes an Onion Bhaji & Bombay Potato Wrap and a vegan Cheese Salad Wrap.This comes after the successful launch of the retailer’s first vegan range in February 2019.“Completing our current sandwich and wraps range, these new delicious flavours will offer customers the very latest in on-trend lunchtime options. Many customers are looking for lighter, meat-free options that are full of flavour and we think they will be delighted with the new range of fusion food-to-go options,” said Peter Dodding, sales and marketing director at James Hall & Co.The vegan wraps, which are available for an rsp of £2.95, will be part of Spar’s meal deal.
Tedeschi Trucks Band concluded their two-night run at the Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, NY on Wednesday night. Following Tuesday’s Evening With Tedeschi Trucks Band, the twelve-piece powerhouse welcomed Amy Helm to open up the night before taking off on a super-charged extended set. Thoroughly loose from the night before, Tedeschi Trucks Band opened the show with one of their new originals, “Shame”, which was introduced in the summer of 2017. Next, they moved into NOLA-inspired, horn-heavy “Don’t Know What It Means” from 2016’s Let Me Get By. The transitional “Swamp Raga”, a bonus track from The Derek Trucks Band‘s 2009 Already Free album, followed before moving into an emotionally-charged string of originals: the heart-tugging “Midnight In Harlem” and “Don’t Let Me Slide” from 2011’s Revelator–the first official release after The Derek Trucks Band merged with Susan Tedeschi‘s band to form Tedeschi Trucks Band–and the newly-introduced “All the World”. On a day when much of the world furrowed their brows at the news and the overall state of the country, as high school students in TTB’s home state fought for their security and protection, the rock and soul of Tedeschi Trucks Band was especially poignant.The husband-and-wife duo led the band through Elmore James‘ blues standard “The Sky Is Crying” to begin the classic cover portion of the evening. Derek Trucks Band’s “Get What You Deserve” came next, followed by the band’s cover of “All My Friends” by Cowboy, which was debuted in 2010 but revived at the Count Basie Theatre in Red Bank, NJ on Valentine’s Day this year. From there, another relatively-rare cover of Four Tops‘ “Loving You Is Sweeter Than Ever” presented itself, followed by a traditional cover of “Will the Circle Be Unbroken?”–a song that the Allman Brothers Band played throughout their career, and on almost every night of their final week at the Beacon Theatre in October of 2014.As if hitting the recharge button, Tedeschi Trucks Band bounced back into their anthemic “Bound For Glory”, another favorite from 2011’s Revelator, followed by their go-to cover of John Prine‘s “Angel From Montgomery”. In a nod to their setting–the legendary Capitol Theatre, which Jerry Garcia famously named as one of his two favorite venues in the whole country–the band swung into “Sugaree”, before closing the set with Let Me Get By‘s “I Want More”.For their encore, Tedeschi Trucks Band once again swung open the door with a charged two-song nod to Sly & The Family Stone, moving from “Sing a Simple Song” into “I Want To Take You Higher”, the song pairing’s first appearance since the band’s encore rendition with Jon Batiste on 10/2/15. Thanks to Jonathan Healey and Relix, you can watch pro-shot video of the full show below:[Video: Relix]Up next, Tedeschi Trucks Band will head to Nashville, TN for their first of four nights at the Ryman Auditorium over the next two weekends. For a full list of upcoming dates, head to the band’s website.Setlist: Tedeschi Trucks Band | Capitol Theatre | Port Chester, NY | 2/21/18Shame, Don’t Know What It Means, Swamp Raga (Derek Trucks Band), Midnight In Harlem, Don’t Let Me Slide, All the World, The Sky Is Crying (Elmore James), Get What You Deserve (Derek Trucks Band), All My Friends (Cowboy), Loving You Is Sweeter Than Ever (Four Tops), Will the Circle Be Unbroken?, Bound For Glory, Angel From Montgomery (John Prine), Sugaree (Jerry Garcia), I Want MoreE: Sing a Simple Song / I Want To Take You Higher (Sly & The Family Stone)
Horace Gray Lunt, Samuel Hazzard Cross Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures Emeritus, passed away on Aug. 11 in Baltimore, Md., scarcely a month short of his 92nd birthday.Born Horace Gray Lunt II in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Sept. 12, 1918, Lunt received his degree magna cum laude in German in 1941 from Harvard, going on to become one of the world’s leading experts in Slavic philology and linguistics.At Harvard he was a member of the Slavic Department faculty from 1949 to 1989 and served as its chair from 1959 to 1974. Armed with considerable linguistic and analytic skills, Lunt was instrumental in reshaping Slavic philology in the United States in structuralist terms. He insisted on the highest standards of textual analysis, providing new pedagogical tools for the post-World War II generation of American Slavists, investigating understudied areas of Slavic linguistics, and indicating new projects for in-depth study in Slavic languages, literatures, and cultures. A staunch foe of nationalistic exploitation of language for political purposes, Lunt strove his entire career to ensure that linguistic argumentation rested on a rational, factual basis, countering any discussion based on nationalism or demagoguery. Lunt was a superlative teacher, providing his students, undergraduate as well as graduate, with abundant handouts, charts, texts, and textbooks to ensure comprehensive understanding of the subject matter at hand, with clarity and accuracy his guiding principles. His interests in Slavic languages were wide-ranging, from paleography, phonology, morphology, and syntax to etymology, sociolinguistics, history, literature, and religion, and he leaves behind a large bibliography of published books, articles, and reviews.Lunt was promoted from assistant professor to associate professor in 1954 and received a tenured full professorship in 1960, the same year he was named a Guggenheim Foundation Fellow. In 1973 he succeeded Roman Jakobson as the Samuel Hazzard Cross Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures.He is survived by Sally Herman Lunt, his wife of 47 years, daughters Elizabeth Gray Lunt and Catherine Lunt Greer, son-in-law David S. Friedman, and five grandchildren. A memorial commemoration of Lunt’s life and work will be held on Oct. 22, at 3 p.m. in the Fong Auditorium of Boylston Hall at Harvard University. A reception will follow in the Faculty Club.