Working in Clark County Dave Stone owner New Creations Mobile Restoration

first_imgColumbian reader Sharon Lueck suggested New Creations Mobile Restoration to “Working,” saying, “I’ve been such a fan of theirs because I find what they do to be next door to magic. Things you would think were one-way thrashed are fixed to where you can’t even see where the damage was.”The magic she refers to is the transformative work done by business owner Dave Stone and his technicians on both hard and soft surfaces such as faded, flattened soft leather and vinyl seating, cat-clawed upholstery, scraped auto interiors, or scratched floors and counters. Items that may have been set on the curb or placed on Craigslist are –presto! — made new, damage gone. Stone says it’s gratifying to work on something like a worn leather couch by recoloring, restuffing and restoring it into pristine condition.“The customers’ expressions when they see the new color, they’re so ecstatic! It’s a huge payoff.”Name: Dave Stone.Business: New Creations Mobile Restoration.New Creations has a home office and all jobs are performed on site at the customer’s location.360-882-7529, www.newcreationsusa.comResidence neighborhood: Salmon Creek.Age: 47.Professional background: Our family is Canadian, and we moved here in 2000 from Vancouver, Canada. I grew up next to a car lot in Port Coquitlam, B.C., and at 15 years old, I got a job there as a lot attendant. I spent time after school and on weekends washing cars and helping prep sold units for delivery. I even skipped school one day during a snowfall to shovel snow and clear cars for the carlot for the extra money. After high school I went to the University of B.C. with the intent of earning a bachelor’s degree in chemistry. In my second year I met my wife, Kelly, and within a short time became engaged.Just before Christmas 1990, an opportunity came up for me to join my friend Larry’s young company, New Creations. It was a mobile upholstery repair business servicing local car dealerships including the one where I had worked as a teen. Strangely enough, he had started New Creations right here in Portland while he was attending college and brought the business back to Vancouver, B.C. This seemed like the perfect opportunity for me to be involved in a business where I could grow and make a good living. Kelly and I left university that year to get married and pursue our dreams together.After franchising in Vancouver/Richmond B.C. and building up a good business there, we decided to move our family to Vancouver, Wash., to expand our business into the U.S. So we packed up our stuff and two young sons and headed south across the border on this great adventure in June 2000.last_img read more

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Jamaica and Turks and Caicos relations poised to deepen

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvienciales, 19 Jan 2015 – The Jamaica Manufacturers Association and the Jamaica Exporters Association will join around eight of their home companies in The Turks and Caicos today to discuss a myriad of business opportunities. It is an event being hosted by the local Jamaican Consulate Office & the Chamber of Commerce, and residents who are interested in one on ones with the companies which are moving products like spices and sauces, sportswear, poultry and produce can contact the Chamber for an appointment. The entourage from Jamaica will also be guest features at the regular business meeting of the Chamber of Commerce and will tonight be hosted to a reception at Kalooki’s by InterCaribbean Airways. Chamber of Commerce blind-sided to Work Permit changes Bahamas Junior Achievement Leader in country for meeting Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items:chamber of commerce, jamaican expporters, jamaican manufactirers assosciation Employment Ministry launches consultation for new Employment laws Recommended for youlast_img read more

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Haitian vessel landing

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppNassau, 12 Mar 2015 – On March 12, 2015 at 0115, RBDF Operations at Coral Harbour base received a call with regard to a Haitian vessel landing in the area of Stoke’s Cabana in southern New Providence. RBDF personnel stationed in southern New Providence as well as Coral Harbour base, who after conducting a vigorous search, were successful in apprehending 78 of these illegal migrants. RBDF patrol craft P126 left Coral Harbour at 0235, and conducted an extensive patrol of the immediate area of the landing and additional surveillance of the southern shoreline.The 78 migrants consisting of 67 males, 10 females and 1 child were turned over to a team from the Department of Immigration who later joined the operation. RBDF personnel are still conducting searches at this time. The Royal Bahamas Defence Force remains committed to guarding our heritage. Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp 108 Haitians intercepted thanks to radar Haitian Flag 213 Years old now Thousands of Haitian mark Flag Day differently in TCI for 2016 Recommended for you Related Items:haitian, illegal landing, new providencelast_img read more

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US Govt donates supplies to SE Bahamas

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Generators, cots, water and fuel containers, blankets even a pallet stacker were among the items loaded onto the HMBS Lawrence Major, which is the Defence Force’s roll on, roll off vessel.  Recommended for you Captain Stephen Russell, NEMA Director explained that the US donates $600k in disaster supplies to its three emergency sites in The Bahamas –  the other two warehouses are located in Nassau and Freeport. By Deandrea Hamilton Related Items:#HurricaneAid, #HurricaneIrma, #magneticmedianews, #USAid August 30th – One Year since Hurricane Irma named FortisTCI announces bid to hike electricity bills, cites record $42m response to hurricanes as destabilizing Bahamas, September 4th, 2017 – Nassau – Despite what is happening in Houston, the US government has donated to its Emergency Relief Warehouse which is located in Matthew Town, Inagua and those supplies were this weekend shipped out by NEMA.  Hurricane Irma will first be felt by islands in South Eastern Bahamas – Inagua, Mayaguana, Acklins, Crooked Island, and southern Long Island and now they will have supplies nearby if needed.  New, stringent posture on illegal construction makes fines, personal demolition and possible deportation legal says PDM Minister, law now passedlast_img read more

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Pearson solution in holding pattern

first_img Strong language, finger-pointing, community outrage and even congressional action has surrounded the operations of Pearson Air Museum since its management switched from the Fort Vancouver National Trust to the National Park Service earlier this year.Talks between the groups to create a new joint management strategy for the museum failed dramatically, resulting in the trust moving out and taking the exhibits with it.But the relationship between the parties may not be as irreparably broken as it seems. The two still have partnerships in place and continue to work together on other projects.The trust runs the bookstore at the historic site’s visitor center, and it is working together with the Park Service on the annual Independence Day at Fort Vancouver celebration.Of those arrangements, Tracy Fortmann, superintendent of the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site, said, “I believe they’re working fine.”And even as legislation moves ahead to transfer the museum and surrounding 7 acres from the Park Service to the city of Vancouver, Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler, who authored the bill, says there’s still time for compromise. Click to enlargelast_img read more

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Indian River County murder suspect found dead in car near Sawgrass Mills

first_imgSUNRISE, FLA. (WSVN) – Police are investigating after a murder suspect from Indian River County was found dead in a car near Sawgrass Mills mall.Sunrise Police originally set up a perimeter near the mall to search for 45-year-old Pedro Torres, who was accused of killing his wife, Vicky Torres, in Indian River County.Officers issued a be-on-the-lookout for a green Toyota Sienna, which they believed Torres may have been driving.Monday morning, a car matching the description of the Toyota was seen in the parking lot of the mall.Upon arriving to the scene SWAT Team officers attempted to make contact with the person in the vehicle. When that was unsuccessful, they sent in a robot which was eventually able to get access to the car.Upon going in, the Indian River County Sheriff’s Office said officers found Torres dead inside the vehicle.“Our officers responded to this location and located a vehicle that matched the description that Indian River County gave out,” said Sunrise Police Officer Chris Piper. “The vehicle was located in the Rooms To Go parking lot. It was unknown if it was occupied or unoccupied. We took extra precautions and secured the roads and the area around the mall to make sure that the community was safe. Our crisis negotiation team came out and tried to make contact, got no response, our SWAT team made contact and he was found to be deceased, the subject was found to be deceased inside the vehicle.” The Indian River County Sheriff’s Office said Torres died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more

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Arnold Schwarzenegger to star in Stan Lee cartoon Superhero Kindergarten

first_img Post a comment Schwarzenegger will play Captain Courage in Lee’s final project.  Sam Tabone/Getty Images Arnold Schwarzenegger has joined the cast of Superhero Kindergarten, a new animated series for children from late comic book legend Stan Lee.Schwarzenegger, who will voice the lead character, Captain Courage, said it’s an honor to work on the project and help carry on Lee’s creative legacy. The series was Lee’s final project, according to a release on Wednesday from Genius Brands International.”Not only does Stan Lee’s Superhero Kindergarten feature comedy and action, but there are many valuable lessons to be learned along the way,” Schwarzenegger said. “Of particular pride to me is the fact that I am not only teaching kids to use their superpowers, but I am also imparting valuable lessons to kids worldwide about the importance of health, exercise, and nutrition.”Deadpool co-creator, Fabian Nicieza, is scripting the series. A release date for the series wasn’t announced.  Culture TV and Movies 1:20 Share your voice Stan Leecenter_img 0 Tags Now playing: Watch this: Spider-Man: Far From Home — Everything to knowlast_img read more

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Joker movie with Joaquin Phoenix Trailers release date cast plot and more

first_img Joker character coming to life in final trailer Now playing: Watch this: “There was a lot of fear; but I always say there’s motivating fear and debilitating fear,” Phoenix said in the August 2019 issue of Total Film magazine. “Now, when I look back, I don’t understand why. There’s the fear where you cannot make a step, and there’s the kind where it’s like, ‘OK, what do we do? That’s not good enough.’ And you’re digging deeper and deeper. I love that kind of fear. It guides us, makes us work harder.”  With the film confirmed via Instagram by director Todd Phillips to have an R rating, it seems an adult version of the Clown Prince of Crime will take center stage. Phillips also revealed the film’s story will be completely original, and won’t follow any previously published comic books that feature the Joker.  Now playing: Watch this: The Joker is the kind of comic book character that never gets old. Everyone from Heath Ledger to Jack Nicholson to Jared Leto has had their own spin on Batman’s grinning nemesis, who’s almost as old as Batman, having made his comics debut in 1940.  This year, Joaquin Phoenix will present his own version of DC Comics’ laughing psychopath in the upcoming Warner Bros. Joker movie. But initially when the Oscar-nominated actor was asked to portray the Joker in the upcoming movie, Phoenix said he hesitated.  First Joker trailer has a gritty, dark tone This article was originally published on April 3, 2019, and will be updated as news rolls in. 2:24 2:24 Now playing: Watch this: Post a comment 14 Photos Everything we know about the Joker movie Warner Bros. described the film to the Hollywood Reporter as an “exploration of a man disregarded by society [that] is not only a gritty character study, but also a broader cautionary tale.” “I wouldn’t quite classify this as like any genre,” Phoenix said in an interview with ComicBook.com in 2018. “I would not say it’s a superhero movie, or a studio movie. Underneath the excitement of these films, and the size of them, there are these incredible characters that are dealing with real-life struggles.” Filming began in September 2018. The movie is rumored to be working with a roughly $55 million budget. center_img The Joker: See all the actors who’ve played the DC Comics villain When will Joker hit theaters? Joker will be released in Australia on Oct. 3, 2019, and then worldwide on Oct. 4. Meet the cast  Joaquin Phoenix as Arthur Fleck/Joker Marc Maron as Ted Marco Robert De Niro as Murray Franklin Alec Baldwin Shea Whigham Zazie Beetz as Sophie Dumond Brett Cllen as Thomas Wayne Dante Pereira-Olson as Young Bruce Wayne Douglas Hodge as Alfred Pennyworth Frances Conroy as Penny Fleck Glenn Fleshler Josh Pais as Hoyt Vaughn Bill Camp Is it based on a comic? “We didn’t follow anything from the comic books, which people are gonna be mad about,” writer-director Todd Phillips said in the August 2019 issue of Empire magazine. “We just wrote our own version of where a guy like Joker might come from. That’s what was interesting to me. We’re not even doing Joker, but the story of becoming Joker. It’s about this man.” Fans originally speculated the movie’s plot might be influenced by The Killing Joke, a 1988 comic exploring the Joker’s origins written by Alan Moore and illustrated by Brian Bolland. The comics often obscure the Joker’s real identity to maintain his mystical nightmarish, but this comic’s dark and character-based tone has been hugely influential ever since. Is Batman in it? It doesn’t look that way. The movie is not connected to the DC Extended Universe series of movies, so it’s a different version of the Joker than appeared in Suicide Squad. Bruce Wayne will appear, along with his trusty butler Alfred, and Wayne’s ill-fated father, proposing the movie is set before Bruce Wayne was orphaned and set to become Batman. This movie is unconnected to the Gotham TV show, which also recounts the younger days of Bruce Wayne. Gotham will have its own, very different version of the Joker appearing in its upcoming final episode. Who’s making it? Todd Phillips is best known for adult comedies like The Hangover. Scott Silver, who wrote rap movie 8 Mile, is the other scriptwriter. And it’s executive-produced by cinematic legend Martin Scorsese. Joaquin Phoenix movies scene for Joker in Brooklyn in September 2018. Gotham What we know about the plot On April 2, Warner Bros. Gave a presentation at industry events CinemaCon 2019 in Las Vegas that included a first look at some footage. Phillips then added a cryptic message about the movie.   “There’s been a lot of chatter about what this film is and what it is not,” he said. “When the marketing department at Warner asked me the other day to describe the movie, I said ‘I can not.’ They said at least tell us the genre, and I thought about it for a minute and said, ‘It’s a tragedy.'” The first trailer suggests this is an original story for the Joker, whose real name in this version of the story is Arthur. The new video footage shows Arthur in therapy, talking about his mother. “My mother always tells me to smile,” says Arthur in voiceover. “She told me I had a purpose, to bring laughter and joy to the world.” Tags Share your voice Joker: Everything we know (so far) TV and Movies 1:52 When Arthur is attacked in the street, he decides to fight back. “Is it just me, or is it getting crazier out there?” Arthur says. We then see Arthur slowly transforming into the Joker as he tries different clown looks. He goes from a green clown wig to dying his real hair green. Soon he donates to strikes and struts into the world. “I used to think my life was a tragedy,” he says. “But now I realize it’s a comedy.” 0 DC Comics Jokerlast_img read more

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How chefs cook wilderness gourmet on the Iditarod Trail

first_imgJeff King was the first musher to the Yukon, wins a five course meal, and starts his 24 hour rest. (Photo by Zachariah Hughes / KSKA.)One of Jeff King’s prizes for reaching the Yukon River in Ruby before anyone else was a five-course meal supplied by on of the Iditarod’s sponsors. And as Alaska Public Media’s Zachariah Hughes reports, the meal might mean more to the chefs than it does for the musher.Download AudioAndrew Adlesperger is sitting on his inside his small, cozy room at a Bed and Breakfast in Ruby, doing his best to unwind.“In the spirit of the Iditarod and the wilderness of Alaska, we took a Dasani bottle, cut it in half, and basically turned one half into a wine glass and the other half into a wine cup,” said Adlesperger.Adlesperger is a manager at the Lakefront Hotel, and is sharing a bottle of a blended red with Roberto Sidro, the hotel’s executive chef. The two got to Ruby a day before any of the mushers, and were on pins and needles listening for news of who might show up and when. The decadent spread Sidro prepared was a hearty mix of seafood and steak, and he wasn’t what he’d do if the musher didn’t have an appetite for meat.“Probably pasta, Italian pasta,” said Sidro.This is the third time Sidro has cooked for King on the Yukon, and he felt glad for the familiarity given how far he is from his normal kitchen. But it was a brand new experience for Adlesperger.“I was a little star-struck, I was a little nervous. I’m pretty sure I said the wrong name when I gave him the grand-prize for making it to the Yukon River first,” said Adlesperger.Other than that, the dinner went off without a hitch. They’d been prepping for a long time to make sure they could bring ingredients and a few choice pieces of equipment to Ruby and pull off an elaborate, but speedily prepared feast.“We were able to fit two camp stoves, a handful of pans, and some nice plates,” said Adlesperger.The other first on the Yukon was for Adlesperger himself, who until this trip had never had the chance to visit any place off the road system.“I’d never been to Ruby, I’ve never really been to the wilderness or the villages of Alaska. I’ve lived in Alaska almost my entire life, but I’ve lived in the cities,” said Adlesperger.Adlesperger and Sidro are departing Ruby at about the same time as King, when he’s finished resting, and digesting.last_img read more

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Delhi Mumbai Hyderabad Airports Among Worlds Best PHOTOS Complete List

first_imgThe Airport Council International (ACI), a non-profit organization of the world’s airports, on Tuesday revealed the list of winners of its annual Airport Service Quality (ASQ) Awards for 2012.Three Indian airports – Delhi, Mumbai and Hyderabad – are among the top best airports by size and region.Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International (IGI) airport: ACI has ranked IGI airport as the fourth best airport by region (Asia-Pacific). Seoul Incheon International Airport in Korea is at the top position in the list of best airports in Asia-Pacific, followed by Singapore’s Changi Airport at second position and Beijing airport at third.Delhi’s IGI is also ranked as the second best after Seoul’s Incheon in the category of airports by size that is handling around 25-40 million passengers per year.Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji International airport: It was ranked as the third best in the category of airports by size.Hyderabad’s Rajiv Gandhi International airport (RGI): Hyderabad’s airport was ranked as the second best after Nagoya Airport in Japan for their service in the category for handling 5-15 million passengers per year. The ACI gives out the awards on a survey that is based on passengers’ feedback, satisfaction and ratings on a range of service delivery parameters that track the commuters experience at an airport on the day of travel.”This an exciting time for airports. As airports and their operators increasingly accept the positive correlation between passenger satisfaction and airport revenues, we see more and more airports striving to meet, and in some cases exceed, the levels of customer service that their passengers expect from their favoured product and service providers,” ACI World Director General Angela Gittens said in a statement.”I am delighted to see longstanding favourites take home ASQ awards as it is testament to the growing and accepted wisdom in the airport community that maintaining customer service excellence is central to a winning business strategy. I am equally excited to see other airports rank for the very first time this year, which stands to prove that it is never too late to adopt a winning customer service orientation to which the ASQ programme is fundamental.”Check out the complete list of winners here:  Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International (IGI) airport (Reuters) Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International (IGI) airport Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji International airportWikimedia/Captain Catan Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji International airportWikimedia/Nikkul Hyderabad’s Rajiv Gandhi International airport (RGI) (Wikipedia) Hyderabad’s Rajiv Gandhi International airport (RGI) (Wikipedia)last_img read more

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VCs in AL subcommittee

first_imgVC picFour vice chancellors of public universities are to be included in the education and human resource affairs sub-committee of ruling Awami League.Four VCs and 11 more teachers of different universities have been included in the draft list of the 49-member sub-committee on Monday.The convener of the committee is former VC of Rajshahi University professor Abdul Khalek and the member secretary is AL’s education and human resource affairs secretary Shamsun Nahar.Speaking to Prothom Alo, AL office secretary Abdus Sobhan Golap said the education and human resource affairs sub-committee has not been finalised. A draft has been prepared and it would be finalised after further discussion, he said.The four VCs included in the committee are Dhaka University VC Akhtaruzzaman, National University VC Haroon-or-Rashid, Jagannath University VC Mizanur Rahman and Bangabandhu Shiekh Mujib Medical University Kamrul Hasan Khan.Besides, six teachers of DU, four teachers of Rajshahi University and a teacher of Jahangirnagar University are included in the committee.Former professors, ruling party MPs and leaders have places in the committee.Shamsun Nahar said the list of members of the committee is not published yet.On condition of anonymity, a VC said he was not formally informed of the matter and so he declined to make any comment.Jagannath University VC Mizanur Rahman said, “I have heard that I have been included in the committee. However, I have not been informed formally.”This report has been rewritten in English by Rabiul Islam.last_img read more

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Macron gets rough ride in Le Pen country

first_imgThis combination of file pictures created on April 26, 2017 in Paris shows (L) of Presidential election candidate for the En Marche ! movement Emmanuel Macron raising his during a campaign meeting at the Bercy Arena, and French presidential election candidate for the far-right Front National (FN) party Marine Le Pen raising her hands during a campaign event in Henin-Beaumont. AFPFrench presidential frontrunner Emmanuel Macron vowed Wednesday not to “yield a centimetre” to Marine Le Pen after being booed and heckled with chants backing his far-right rival during a chaotic visit to an under-threat factory in the nation’s rustbelt.“We have two projects for the country going head to head against one another,” said Macron as he visited a cafe in the northern village of Bully-les-Mines.“So I shall not cede a centimetre of space, not a second’s respite, not an ounce of energy,” to Le Pen, Macron insisted.Earlier, Le Pen had stolen some of the pro-European candidate’s thunder by visiting workers hours ahead of him at the same factory in his northern home town of Amiens.Macron was booed and heckled as he made a chaotic visit to the under-threat factory in the nation’s depressed northern rustbelt where Le Pen topped first round voting.Some in the crowd shouted “President Marine!” and booed as the 39-year-old former banker arrived outside the Whirlpool appliance factory in Amiens, where Le Pen had already made an unannounced stop.US multinational Whirlpool runs the facility which is threatened with outsourcing to Poland.“Of course there is anger in this country, there is anxiety. Responsibility must be taken, that’s why I’m here,” pro-business former economy minister Macron told workers.Macron tried to counter accusations that he had made a complacent start to campaigning for the presidential runoff on May 7 after finishing ahead of Le Pen, 48, in Sunday’s first round.While Macron had arranged to meet Whirlpool workers’ union representatives without actually visiting the plant, Le Pen turned up unannounced outside the plant and posed for selfies with workers and attacked her rival.“Everyone knows what side Emmanuel Macron is on—he is on the side of the corporations,” Le Pen said. “I am on the workers’ side, here in the car park, not in restaurants in Amiens.”As news broke of the Le Pen visit, Macron announced he would also meet employees, telling them the only reason that the anti-EU Le Pen had come was “because I’m here”.He also retorted on Twitter that she had spent “10 minutes with her supporters in a car park in front of the cameras” whereas he had spent “an hour and a half with union representatives and no media.”A Wednesday poll suggested Macron will defeat Le Pen by a margin of 21 points, but as the day’s events showed, the far-right candidate is a vastly more experienced political campaigner.And after the shocks of Britain’s vote to leave the European Union and Donald Trump’s unlikely ascent to the White House, analysts say a late surge by Le Pen is still possible.Macron’s visit north came as a Harris Interactive poll showed 52 percent of the French believe he botched the start of campaigning for the run-off.After winning Sunday’s contest with 24.1 percent to Le Pen’s 21.3 percent, Macron gave an exuberant victory speech followed by a high-profile celebration at a Paris restaurant, drawing criticism from some quarters.Socialist Party boss Jean-Christophe Cambadelis told French radio: “He was smug. He wrongly thought that it was a done deal. It’s not a done deal.”President Francois Hollande appeared on Tuesday to admonish his former economy minister for not taking the fight to Le Pen immediately after the first round.“I will defend the progressive camp to the end,” Macron retorted.‘Not a single vote’Since securing her berth in the run-off, Le Pen has turbo-charged her campaign with a string of appearances and statements, leaving her opponent on the back foot.In contrast, her opponent convened strategy meetings about June’s legislative elections that will determine the shape of a future Macron government.Le Pen will hold a rally in the Riviera city of Nice on Thursday, a bastion of France’s right that was targeted by a jihadist-inspired truck attack that killed 86 people last July.Le Pen has called for France to take back control of its borders from the European Union and deport all foreigners on a terror watchlist, accusing Macron of being soft on security.A key factor in the race is which candidate the supporters of Communist-backed Jean-Luc Melenchon, who finished in fourth place with 19.58 percent on Sunday, will now back.Melenchon faced criticism after he failed to urge his backers to get behind Macron as part of the so-called “republican front”, the decades-old French tactic of closing ranks to block the far-right.But Melenchon’s spokesman Alexis Corbiere told French TV channel LCI that “for us the National Front is a danger” and urged viewers to not give “a single vote to the National Front.”Meanwhile in Paris, thousands of French police demonstrated in the Champs Elysees, where one of their number was killed by a jihadist six days earlier, to urge both candidates to “hear their anger” over difficult working conditions.last_img read more

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Luring Teachers To Texas And Roseannes Racist Tweet The Good Bad Ugly

first_img To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: Listen A lot can happen in a week. Some of it good. Some of it bad. Some of it downright ugly. When faced with intriguing developments in the week’s news, we turn to a rotating panel of non-experts to parse The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly of it all.This week, our panel weighs in on these stories: Fort Worth ISD advertising outside the state to try to lure teachers to Texas ABC cancelling the highly rated reboot of Roseanne because of the star’s racist tweetOur panel of non-experts this week includes:Monica Flores Richart, attorney and community education advocateFred Goodall, author of parenting blog MochaManStyle.comPaul Pendergraft, happy Houston Public Media retiree X Share 00:00 /12:56last_img read more

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Someone You Love Documentary Screening

first_imgThere will be a screening of the l documentary “Someone You Love: The HPV Epidemic” Jan. 21 from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the Inova Dwight and Martha Schar Cancer Institute Auditorium, 3580 Joseph Siewick Drive. The film follows the stories of five brave women touched by HPV and cervical cancer. Cervical cancer is almost exclusively caused by HPV and kills over 250,000 women every year. There will be a question and answer session with Tamika Felder (featured in the film), founder and chief visionary, Tamika & Friends; Dr. Stella Hetelekidis, Radiation Oncologist and Dr. G. Scott Rose, Gynecologic Oncologist. For more information, visit inova.org.last_img

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first_img The CT scanner might not come with protocols that are adequate for each hospital situation, so at Phoenix Children’s Hospital they designed their own protocols, said Dianna Bardo, M.D., director of body MR and co-director of the 3D Innovation Lab at Phoenix Children’s. Key Topics for Radiology Administrators at AHRA 2019Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 7:33Loaded: 2.15%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -7:33 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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One American hunts for emeralds in Colombia But many want to stop

first_imgMUZO, Colombia — The chopper touched down on the hillside helipad and Charles Burgess, a cigar-chomping former U.S. government employee, stepped out to survey the full sweep of his Andean domain.Since before the conquistadors, men have dug for emeralds in the soil of this steep-walled jungle valley. The gemstone bounty found here fueled the empire of Victor Carranza, the feared billionaire “emerald czar” who vanquished his rivals in bloody battles that left some 6,000 dead. Now all that Burgess could see — from the green peaks where the vultures circled to the valley floor where grimy campesinos shoveled dirt in the black river — belongs to his American mining company, which has taken control of the world’s largest and most valuable emerald mine.“Beautiful, isn’t it?” Burgess said.By purchasing Carranza’s share of the mine two years ago, the Houston-based company, Minería Texas Colombia, known as MTC, is now the only foreign mining company in the treacherous world of Colombia’s emerald trade — once responsible for about two-thirds of the world supply. As the Americans try to reverse declining gemstone production, they also intend to revamp a feudal system of peasants and patrons by paying salaries and benefits and using modern machinery. In that way, the company’s goals mirror those of the country, whose half-century conflict with leftist rebels is nearing a negotiated peace.But as MTC has bucked local customs, and without Carranza to protect them, some residents and rivals have begun to revolt. On two occasions, armed villagers have seized the company’s mine shafts. Riot police and soldiers fought to control the crowds, but four people have died in the disturbances. Burgess has received threats that his enemies will seize his barbed-wire encampment, blow it up and make off with the emerald vault.“It’s tough being the only foreigner out here,” he said. Emerald mine laborer José Vicente Ico, center, drops a rock while digging through mined rubble outside the Minería Texas Colombia plant in Muzo, Colombia, on July 26, 2015. Apart from the rare chance that they strike big, informal emerald miners usually make between $35 to $70 dollars a month. Dania Maxwell/The Washington PostAs the helicopter flies, Muzo is a short 60-mile hop north of Bogotá, but by road it seems to lead back in time, a seven-hour bumping journey along cliffside switchbacks into a lost green world. The region is rich in coal and iron, but it is world famous for its emeralds, considered the highest quality on Earth. From open pits and dank shafts, miners have pulled out stones so precious that they have names, such as Fura, at 15,000 carats one of the world’s biggest, named for a mythical unfaithful king whose wife’s tears turned to emeralds. A smaller but brighter gem named after the wife, Tena, is one of the most valuable and was once owned by the Russian empress Catherine the Great.Around Muzo, people speak of the stones in superstitious ways.“An emerald is an enigma. She’s a very jealous rock,” said Efraín Sánchez, a 63-year-old miner who has been searching for them for four decades. “To find her, you have to have enormous faith.”In Colombia’s recent history, Carranza was the leader of the faithful. A child miner from an impoverished family, he rose to control nearly half of Colombia’s emerald business and become one of its largest landowners and wealthiest men. Carranza fought off Medellin drug traffickers who wanted to use the emerald mines to launder drug profits and used his private army of some 2,000 people to attack leftist guerrillas. He survived at least two assassination attempts as he consolidated power.During the bloodiest years of the 1980s, known as the “Green War,” feuds between families grew into wars between villages. Accusations of killings and kidnappings mounted, as well as suspicions that Carranza was running his own drug operation. State Department cables and reports referred to him as a “big-time narco” who was “involved in illegal financial activity.” Arrested in 1998 for forming right-wing death squads, Carranza spent three years in jail, but the charges were eventually dropped and he was freed.“You couldn’t stand in this spot during the war,” said Sánchez, as he shoveled in the riverbed under the MTC mine. “I carried two pistols in my belt. Everywhere there were drug traffickers, spies for the army. They’d kill anyone just on suspicion. It was everyone against everyone.”In that environment, Carranza was both protector and frightening overlord. His hilltop estate, across the valley from MTC’s headquarters, has tennis courts, a Turkish bath and a giant emerald safe. He had many enemies — his cook would test his favorite breakfast rib soup for poison — but even more supplicants. Next to his helipad was a low stone bench known as the “Wall of Laments,” where he would sit to hear the entreaties of his subjects.“He was the irreplaceable man,” said Wilson Murcia, a mining engineer who worked for Carranza. “When he was alive, you wouldn’t have the type of problems like you have today in the region. Who could say no to Victor Carranza?”Modernizing the operation Miner Daniel Guerrero, left, shows a rock to Charles Burgess, director of Minería Texas Colombia in Muzo, Colombia on July 24, 2015. Dania Maxwell/The Washington Post“I knew Carranza quite well,” Burgess said from the back seat of his McDonnell Douglas helicopter, flying toward the mine.Burgess had spent his career in U.S. embassies in Latin America in the 1980s and ’90s, with stints in Mexico and Colombia as well as at the U.S. interests section in Cuba, before retiring in 2009. The archbishop who officiated at his wedding to a Colombian woman happened to be the same one who negotiated the 1990 peace agreement that ended Carranza’s Green War and introduced him to people in the emerald business. By the time Burgess met him, Carranza was worried about flagging emerald production. With little investment and surface emeralds getting harder to find, Colombia’s production had dropped from a world-leading 9 million carats in 2004 to 2.6 million a decade later, losing ground to Zambia and Brazil. Carranza was looking for foreign investment to modernize the industry.“He realized the old way of doing things had to change,” Burgess said.Burgess had no mining experience. But he passed Carranza’s message on to private-equity people he knew “and then found myself, much to my surprise, helping to set up and run an emerald-mining company.” Burgess declined to name the owners or investors behind MTC, besides saying some of them were Americans. In 2009, the company started operating Carranza’s Muzo mine.Since then, the company has sought to graft a modern corporate approach onto an outlaw industry. Miners used to work for food and whatever emeralds they could steal, but the company, which has become the state’s second-largest employer, pays its roughly 600 mine workers at least $420 a month, about twice the national minimum wage, plus health insurance and other benefits. Industrial machinery is replacing picks and shovels. The company is digging a ramp that, when finished, will spiral into the mountain for nearly two miles, down to a depth of 1,300 feet, big enough that emeralds can be driven out by four-wheelers rather than loaded into cumbersome handcarts, as in the older shafts. And in an industry where pocketing a few stones was customary, the Americans have brought stricter vigilance: Behind miners operating hydraulic jackhammers, another employee films the work to prevent theft.“We are the pioneers in changing this and we’re pretty proud of it,” Burgess said. “We’re opening up the whole region to the outside world.”MTC has won praise from some inside and outside the industry for its reforms.The Americans “bring order to the mineral extraction,” said Archbishop Héctor Luis Pabón, one of the Catholic Church leaders who worked to bring peace to the region. “They will pay the miners fairly, they will take care of things, and they will educate people so their salaries are not spent only on beer.”Under the protective shield of Carranza and his security guards, the company faced little resistance. But since 2013, when Carranza died of lung cancer and MTC purchased the mining rights, trouble for the Americans has mounted.From one side, villagers who mine the area informally feel the company is cutting off access to what has been theirs for generations. In Carranza’s day, the mountains of dirt excavated from the mines would be dumped in the riverbed so people could pick it over for emeralds missed by the company. The practice helped keep the peace among communities who lived in the bleakest poverty, and thousands would line the river banks on dirt dumping days. But residents say MTC filters out more emeralds, leaving them fewer scraps.“Every day they’re strangling us more,” said Inocencio Nuñez, one of a few dozen men shoveling through MTC’s castoff soil on a recent day. “They’re throwing out dirt that has no value. They wash it one, two, three times. There’s a lot for this company and nothing for the people.”Videos of MTC trucks dumping remnants show a seething crowd of residents jostling to grab a few handfuls to sift through.Carranza’s old enemies, including henchmen of a former Medellin drug ally of Pablo Escobar, have also taken aim at the Americans.In September 2013, allegedly incited by these gangsters, more than 2,000 people poured over a hillside, ignoring police, and began digging dozens of tunnels on MTC land. When some of them collapsed, three people were killed and about 10 more injured.“The other illegal miners just stepped over the dead bodies and went on digging,” Burgess said.Burgess was sleeping at the mine after midnight on May 13 when gunmen blasted off the steel access doors of a tunnel across the valley and began firing inside at company miners on the night shift.Forced to flee by police gunfire, the men came back in force the next night. A mob of some 2,500 people, in thrall to rumors of fresh emeralds, crowded the dirt road and forced their way into the tunnel. Burgess said one local gangster, the nephew of an extradited drug trafficker, brought 500 lunches to try to entice villagers to stay and keep digging.MTC workers were beaten and its ambulance battered by rocks. Riot police sprayed tear gas down the tunnel to disperse the crowd. MTC exploded dynamite to collapse its own tunnel. After the blast, 15 people sneaked in through a side tunnel trying to get at the emeralds.“The first one in was overcome by the toxic fumes from the explosives and died,” Burgess said. “We had to haul the other 14 out and give them oxygen. After this, the government issued orders to the police and army to immediately end the invasion, and this was done, fortunately, without more violence.”“The poorer we are here,” said José Evelio, who lives near the invaded mine shaft, “the more people will force themselves into the mine.”Other foreign companies, such as the British mining firm Gemfields, are considering following MTC’s lead and entering the Colombian emerald industry. But the American company’s experience has shown that poverty and organized crime are still daunting obstacles in this jungle treasure hunt.“How could people be happy?” one Muzo resident asked. “They’re putting tons of emeralds on a helicopter and flying it all away.”—Washington Post staff writer Greg Miller in Washington contributed to this report.© 2015, The Washington Post Facebook Comments Related posts:In a Colombian jungle long known for cocaine, a rare nut is now all the rage Canadian mining company reorganizes to seek damages from Costa Rica In Bolivia, silver mountain at risk of collapse Gold mining company that sued Costa Rica files for bankruptcylast_img read more

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India and Nepal agree to promote Buddhist and Ramayana circuit through common

first_imgThe Joint Working Group (JWG) recently held its second meeting of tourism between India and Nepal in Kathmandu and agreed to set up the Indo Nepal Tourism Forum with representation from government and the private sector from both sides for mutual consultation and promotion of tourism in both countries. The JWG also decided to officially recognise two circuits, Ramayana Circuit and Buddhist Circuit by both governments for joint promotions through common branding and marketing exercises.The Bharatmala Pariyojana (approved by the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs in October 2017), includes the development of 5,300 km border and international connectivity roads including some National Highways stretches leading to Nepal Border. Out of this, 2,000 km of National Highways for international connectivity has been provided with an outlay of INR 25,000 crore in phase I (2017-18 to 2021-22) of the program. The National Highway infrastructure developed under the above program would also provide connectivity for tourism-related activities.last_img read more

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first_imgQantas is making it easier and cheaper for visitors to discover some of Western Australia’s most desirable destinations, with reduced fares for flights between Perth and Exmouth and the extension of special weekend fares to Broome in the state’s north west.From 2 June, 2019 Qantas will offer $169 fares for Perth-Exmouth flights from Friday to Monday, if booked 45 days ahead of travel, a saving of around $180 for a return trip. Visitors looking to discover more of WA’s Coral Coast on a road trip to or from Exmouth, can also save by booking with Avis, which is trialling discounted relocation fees for one-way hires. From 1 April to 31 October, in 2019 and 2020, customers will only pay a $250 relocation fee if hiring a car to drive from Perth to Exmouth, and $150 if hiring from Exmouth and driving to Perth (additional daily hire fees still apply).Qantas will also be extending the special weekend fares to Broome, offering passengers the opportunity to fly between Perth and Broome from $199 one-way during high season (between 17 August 2019 and 16 October 2019 and 20 June 2020 and 16 August 2020); and $179 during low season (between 17 October 2019 and 19 June 2020). The two levels of discounts are available on one-way fares travelling from Friday to Sunday and booked 60 days or 45 days in advance, offering savings of more than $200 for a return trip. Qantas will make 500 of the discounted seats available per week during the high season and 600 per week during the low season on its A320 aircraft operating on a Friday, Saturday and Sunday.IMAGE:Manta rays in Ningaloo Marine Park airlinesBroomeExmouthqantasWestern Australialast_img read more

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