In about a month, workers will start installing gaming machines and tables at the much-anticipated Ilani Casino Resort that’s slated to open this spring. Now, the casino, which is being jointly developed by the Cowlitz Tribe and Mohegan Tribe of Indians in Connecticut, is looking for employees to run it. “What we need to have in place for that is security, surveillance and our gaming teams,” said Kara Fox-LaRose, president and general manager of the casino. She also said the casino will need employees for marketing, human resources and finance, as well as waiters, warehouse receivers, information technology specialists and other positions for the $510 million, 368,000-square-foot casino that will be the largest of its kind near Portland and the closest to Portland.On Saturday, about 1,600 people filed into the Clark County Event Center at the Fairgrounds hoping to capitalize on the casino’s hiring spree. The casino been present at local job fairs and advertised on online job boards, and Fox-LaRose said it’s already received 2,000 applicants. But Saturday’s event was the first to exclusively recruit for the new venture.“We are looking to hire north of a thousand people for the project,” said Fox-LaRose. Somaly Phoeun, a 29-year-old resident of Vancouver, dropped off a résumé in hopes of landing a waitressing job, getting more experience and moving up as the casino grows.“I like people to enjoy their time,” she said.At the recruiting event, some applicants wore suits and ties. Others were dressed more casually. Nearly all clutched folders containing résumés. Fox-LaRose stood with other staff at the door, chirping “good morning” and “how are you?” to potential employees who entered a room that felt more like a nightclub than a job fair. A DJ was on hand, pulsing music through a dimly lit room scattered with tables cast in blue light, while the Seahawks game played through a projector onto a wall. Fox-LaRose said the event was intended to give applicants a feel for what it will be like working at the casino.
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By Sulayman BahPhotos by Abdoulie FattyGambian wrestler, Manduwar has refuted receiving any advanced payment, Foroyaa Sport can report.There were ubiquitous reports that Manduwar has been paid money as a way of accepting proposal to fight Big Tree. Other reports from the grapevine in fact claimed that a date has been fixed for the D-day.But the man from club Jeff Jell has opened up for the first time debunking the assertions.Talking to Foroyaa Sport at Manjai Field he said: ‘I have not received anything from any promoter at this point in time. All that is being said about the combat regarding the money issue, well I have cleared my side of the story-I have received nothing for now.’Manduwar, one of the prominent starlets of the Gambian arena, is remembered for his cracking duel with Mboran at the Independence Stadium –a bout he eventually lost. ]]>
EVERETT — Gov. Jay Inslee says the state should extend tax breaks for Boeing so it will build the next version of the 777 in Washington.Inslee told the Aerospace Summit Wednesday in Everett that Washington needs to do everything possible to protect its position in the aerospace industry.The Daily Herald reports the tax incentives that were granted to secure production of the 787 are set to expire in 2024. Inslee would extend them to 2034.Boeing is soon expected to announce the launch of the 777X with a newly designed wing.Boeing and the rest of the aerospace industry — a total of 1,350 companies in the state– employ nearly 133,000 workers and account for 11 percent of the wages, according to a study from the Washington Aerospace Partnership.Boeing plane deliveries accelerate in 3QBoeing Co. said it delivered 170 commercial planes during the third quarter as deliveries accelerated for three of its most important planes.Compared to the same period last year, deliveries sped up for its smaller, workhorse 737, its long-range best-seller 777, and its new 787. The pace of deliveries so far this year slowed for its super-jumbo 747, which has been a slow seller, and its 767, which is in declining use as a passenger jet but will be the basis for an aerial refueling tanker Boeing is making for the U.S. Air Force.
Justin Timberlake’s GRAMMY Moment With Al Green Blake Shelton: Highwayman At The GRAMMYs Blake Shelton: Highwayman At The GRAMMYs Facebook Prev Next Elton John On His GRAMMY Moment With Lady Gaga The Story Of Ed Sheeran’s First GRAMMY Performance The amazing tribute performances honoring late music legends have become an inseparable part of the GRAMMY Awards’ annual In Memoriam segment.Brian HaackGRAMMYs Nov 24, 2017 – 6:57 am A new tradition began at the 45th GRAMMY Awards in 2003, when the curtain rose on an all-star lineup of musicians assembled to perform a special tribute to the late Joe Strummer of the Clash.Bruce Springsteen, Dave Grohl, Elvis Costello, No Doubt’s Tony Kanal, and Steven Van Zandt joined forces for an unforgettable rendition of “London Calling”.Whether it’s the electric Strummer tribute, Adele honoring George Michael or Lady Gaga paying homage to David Bowie, these powerful performances in the 15 years since have served as a complement to the annual GRAMMY Awards In Memoriam segment, which serves as a moment of reflection for the artists, technicians, executives, and other music professionas who passed away during the prior year. Blake Shelton: Highwayman At The GRAMMYs Bruno Mars Recalls Prince GRAMMY Tribute The Story Of Ed Sheeran’s First GRAMMY Performance More “GRAMMYs Greatest Stories” Bruno Mars Recalls Prince GRAMMY Tribute Justin Timberlake’s GRAMMY Moment With Al Green Bruno Mars Recalls Prince GRAMMY Tribute In Memoriam Tributes To Fallen Musicians: “GRAMMYs Greatest Stories” Elton John On His GRAMMY Moment With Lady Gaga Christina Aguilera On “GRAMMYs Greatest Stories” News Remember When Beyoncé Performed With Prince? Remember When Beyoncé Performed With Prince? Twitter Email In Memoriam Tributes: GRAMMYs Greatest Stories memoriam-tributes-fallen-musicians-grammys-greatest-stories Christina Aguilera On “GRAMMYs Greatest Stories” Watch some of your favorite artists discuss the most memorable performances and moments in GRAMMY history on the TV special “GRAMMYs Greatest Stories: A 60th Anniversary Special,” airing Friday, Nov. 24 from 9–11 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.Ed Sheeran’s GRAMMY Duet With Elton John: “GRAMMYs Greatest Stories” Christina Aguilera On “GRAMMYs Greatest Stories” Elton John On His GRAMMY Moment With Lady Gaga The Story Of Ed Sheeran’s First GRAMMY Performance Remember When Beyoncé Performed With Prince? Justin Timberlake’s GRAMMY Moment With Al Green
WILMINGTON, MA — Below is the latest news from the offices of Congressman Seth Moulton, Senator Ed Markey, and Senator Elizabeth Warren.Congressman Seth MoultonRecent Press Releases and Statements from Congressman Moulton’s Office:NoneSenator Ed MarkeyRecent Press Releases and Statements from Senator Markey’s Office:Senator Markey Statement on Columbia Gas Mitigation & Replacement PlanSenators Markey & Warren Query Columbia Gas about Safety of Its Pipelines Through Massachusetts in Wake of Merrimack Valley Explosions & FiresSenators Markey & Warren Call on Columbia Gas to Provide Robust Financial Assistance to Impacted Merrimack Valley Gas Explosion ResidentsSenators Markey & Warren Question Columbia Gas and Eversource About Communications with Customers in Wake of Merrimack Valley Gas ExplosionsOver 130 Lawmakers Condemn Trump Remarks On Hurricane Death Roll in Puerto RicoSenator Elizabeth WarrenRecent Press Releases and Statements from Senator Warren’s Office:Warren Applauds Senate Passage of Bipartisan Bill to Combat Opioid CrisisWarren Questions Mulvaney about “Closed Door Event” with Campaign Donors, GOP OfficialsWarren, Colleagues Unveil Bill to Require Every Public Company to Disclose Climate-Relatd RisksLike Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email email@example.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedWASHINGTON TO WILMINGTON: The Latest News From Moulton, Markey & WarrenIn “Government”WASHINGTON TO WILMINGTON: The Latest News From Moulton, Markey & WarrenIn “Government”WASHINGTON TO WILMINGTON: The Latest News From Moulton, Markey & WarrenIn “Government”
WILMINGTON, MA — The following events are FREE and OPEN TO ALL (regardless of age) at Windsor Place of Wilmington (92 West Street) this AprilMonday, April 1Pop Up Library11:00 am, PubKim Blakely, the Adult Services Librarian at Wilmington Memorial Library, will be coming to bring books, audiobooks, magazines and DVDs to the Pub for residents to check out. When Kim comes, she can register residents forlibrary cards. Kim can also bring items based off of resident suggestions and requests. Please let Jen from Activities know ahead of time if you’d like anything specific.Tuesday, April 2Music Program: Steve Marvin, vocals2:30 pm, Activity RoomJoin us as we welcome back performer Steve Marvin! Steve is a vocalist with years of experience. He has had the opportunity to perform at such venues as Lincoln Center, where he performed with the White Heat Swing Orchestra and Norah Jones as well as the Town Hall in NYC. With a smooth voice resembling, Frank Sinatra, you won’t want to miss this program!Thursday, April 11Music Historian Bruce Hambro LectureTopic: Judy Garland: The Girl from Oz11:00 am, Activity RoomThis presentation is an engaging one-hour review of the life and fabulous career of the girl from Oz! It analyzes the genius of Judy Garland, a show business dynamo of unparalleled gifts. During the program, an informative discussion is teamed with a PowerPoint presentation that includes fascinating archival photos, many of which harken back to the delightful motion pictures in which Judy starred, such as “The Wizard of Oz,” “For Me and My Gal,” “Meet Me in St. Louis,” “Easter Parade” and “A Star Is Born.” Bruce Hambro is a history teacher, as well as a student of the American entertainment industry. He has always been enchanted by the magic of Judy Garland. Mr. Hambro believes that no other female musical performer in the history of show business has ever matched Judy’s brilliance in the areas of singing, dancing and acting. Her signature, of course, was her incredible facility to pack heartrending emotion into so many classic songs, that the listener couldn’t help but love her!Tuesday, April 16Monthly Birthday Party with entertainersThe Winiker Trio2:30 pm, Activity RoomEveryone is invited down to our monthly birthday celebration as we salute those born during the month of April. Our performers, the Winiker Trio are swing royalty on the Boston music scene, and the brothers continue to headline at the best hotels in town. They’ll present an hour-long concert filled with your favorite memorable tunes from Tommy Dorsey, Glenn Miller and all the great swing bands. Bo is on vocals and trumpet, Bill on drums and their cousin, Neil Greene on piano. A delicious birthday cake, ice cream and live music will add to the merriment!Friday, April 19Gary Hylander LectureTopic: Boston Molasses Flood11:00 am, Activity RoomGary Hylander holds a Doctorate in Presidential History and is a scholar entirely impassioned by his subject matter. He makes U.S. history come alive as he lectures here each month. This month’s topic is: Boston Molasses Flood. In the early afternoon of January 15, 1919, a fifty foot steel tank filled with over two million gallons of molasses collapsed in Boston’s North End sending its sticky contents in a fifteen-foot wave through the neighborhood streets. The disaster was blamed on immigrant anarchists and seen by many as proof that the nation was imperiled by Bolsheviks and others. The event knocked the end of World War I and Prohibition out of the headlines.(NOTE: The above information is from Windsor Place of Wilmington.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedWindsor Place Of Wilmington Offers FREE Programs This February (Public Welcome)In “Business”Windsor Place Of Wilmington Offers FREE Programs This September (Public Welcome)In “Community”Windsor Place Of Wilmington Offers FREE Programs This July (Public Welcome)In “Community”
Bengal Warriors.UP Yoddhas will fight it out against Bengal Warriors in their first match of the Pro Kabaddi League 2019 season at the Gachibowli Indoor Stadium, Hyderabad on Wednesday, July 24. Both the teams performed well in the last season and made it to the playoffs. But, they could not lift the trophy as Bengaluru Bulls emerged champions.Preview, Prediction and Schedule In the last season, UP Yoddhas narrowly missed out on a final berth but they were quite a strong unit. This time around, they have made their team even more formidable on paper adding big names to the attacking front. Star raiders Monu Goyat, Shrikant Jadhav and Rishank Devadiga will lead the attack and the trio is a major threat to any team in the league. They have also got Iranian all-rounder Mohsen Maghsoudlou who has the ability to do justice to his position and contribute to the team. Their defensive duties will be taken care of by their captain Nitesh Kumar, who, last season became the first defender to score 100 tackle points in the history of the Pro Kabaddi League. He will be assisted by all-rounders Narender and Sachin Kumar. Pro KabaddiOn the other hand, Bengal Warriors also managed to go through to the playoffs as they were in good form last season. Their attack will be taken care of by captain and star raider Maninder Singh with support from K Prapanjan, Sukesh Hedge. Their biggest buy at the auction, Iranian Mohammad Esmaeil Nabibakhsh, was bought for a whopping Rs 77 lakh and will make his debut in the league. But looking at his international success, he will be a major threat for all the other teams. Jeeva Kumar will be a key presence in their defence with assistance from Baldev Singh and Rinku Narwal.According to the previous records and head-to-head, Warriors have an upper hand. But the Yoddhas have a formidable unit this season. It is going to be a closely contested match.The UP Yoddha-Bengal Warriors contest will start at 7.30 PM IST.TV listings and Live StreamingThe broadcasting rights of the tournament are held by Star Sports and the matches will be telecasted on Star Sports 1, Star Sports 2, Star Sports 1 HD, Star Sports 2 HD, Star Sports 1 Tamil, Star Sports 1 Kannada, Star Sports 1 Telugu and Star Sports 1 Marathi. For live streaming on the internet, the platform will be Hotstar.
Students seeking reform of the quota system in the public service are demonstrating in DU’s TSC area on Tuesday. Photo: Shuvra Kanti DasStudents seeking reform of the quota system in the public service have demanded that agriculture minister Matia Chowdhury withdraw her remarks by 5:00pm today, Tuesday.Joint convener of the platform – Bangladesh Sadharan Chhatra Odhikar Sangrakkhan Parishad – Mohammad Rashed Khan told Prothom Alo that they would take to the streets if the minister does not withdraw her remarks by this afternoon.The faction, which split away from the platform on Monday after its announcement of postponement of the ongoing street campaign, has also demanded withdrawal of minister’s remarks by this afternoon.Speaking in parliament Monday, ruling Bangladesh Awami League leader and agriculture minister Matia came down hard on the agitating students, calling them sons of collaborators of 71’s liberation war.“Shouldn’t the freedom fighters’ sons get the advantage? Will the sons of razakars [Pakistani collaborators in 1971 liberation war] get the advantage? Will the freedom fighters’ quota be downsized for them [collaborators]?” Matia asked in parliament.She went on to say, “A conspiracy is underway to build up a capital-centric elite class and we saw the demonstration of that yesterday [Sunday].“We want to say in clear term, liberation war is going on and will go on. We’ll deal with the sons of the collaborators.“However, I don’t have any grudge against students. The will be no compromise with frauds, Jamaat-Shibir, and their agents. I will tell the home minister that these people should be not pardoned. Either we will stay here or them,” added Matia.Talking to Prothom Alo, the joint convener of the reform-seeking students, said, “The remarks of agriculture minister Matia Chowdhury can in no way be acceptable.”A 20-member delegation of the platform held a meeting with the road transport and bridges minister at his secretariat office as the minister called them for the meeting after the overnight protests in Dhaka that left more than 100 injured, spreading to all major campuses across the country.After the meeting, the delegation announced to halt the demonstration for a month, but a faction of quota protesters rejected the decision and announced that they will continue the campaign. On the sidelines of today’s demonstrations at TSC of Dhaka University, one of their leaders Mohammad Zobayer Uddin told newsmen that Matia should withdraw her remarks in writing by 5:00pm this afternoon.
In this file photo taken on 17 June 2018 immigrants wait to head to a nearby Catholic Charities relief centre after being dropped off at a bus station shortly after release from detention through “catch and release” immigration policy in McAllen, Texas. Photo: AFPAll migrant children under age 5 who were separated at the US-Mexico border will have been reunited with their parents by early Thursday morning if they were eligible, a Trump administration official said in a statement on Wednesday.The American Civil Liberties Union, which sued the government over its separation policies, disputed that assertion.“Their statement is vague at a minimum,” said attorney Lee Gelernt, noting that a San Diego judge had set a deadline of Tuesday for reuniting those children. “We know they missed the deadline.”The government has said some children were not eligible for reunification because the parent was deported, had a criminal record or was otherwise unfit.US judge Dana Sabraw in San Diego had ordered the government to reunite the children under the age of 5 by Tuesday and all separated children by 26 July.On Thursday, the government will give Sabraw a progress report on the younger children and whether it expects to meet the deadline for the older group.The government has said around 2,300 children were separated from their parents at the border under the Trump administration’s “zero tolerance” policy on illegal immigration, which was abandoned in June after intense protests.The ACLU’s Gelernt said the government is not even close to reuniting all the children under 5 with their parents, including 12 adults who were deported without their children. He said they government has not told him how many children have been reunified with parents.“I’ve asked the government for numbers and they should have told me by now,” he told Reuters.Since the government first came under pressure to ease its policy on separations weeks ago, it has shifted its estimates of the number of children it would reunite.The latest figures released by the government were early on Tuesday, when officials said that four children under 5 had been reunited and at least 34 more would be with their parents by the end of the day.Catholic Charities, which helped place some of the children in shelter facilities after their separation, held a news briefing in New York at which a handful of the reunited parents expressed relief after weeks of anxiety over the separations.“I’m happy to finally be able to be with my child. I will never be separated from him, no matter what,” said a tearful Javier, a 30-year-old from Honduras, who was reunited with his 4-year-old son after 55 days of detention. “Those were the worst days of my life. I never imagined that this would happen.”The organisation provided first names only.The struggle to track and match parents with children under 5 suggests the government may have more difficulties in meeting a 26 July deadline for reuniting the remaining 2,000 older children with adults from whom they were separated.“That is going to be a significant undertaking,” Sabraw said on Tuesday of the next deadline.US president Donald Trump took to Twitter on Wednesday to blame the Democratic Party, among others, for failing to fix what he has characterized as a broken immigration system.“Judges run the system and illegals and traffickers know how it works. They are just using children!” he said.One immigration advocate told Reuters she was still awaiting details on when officials would return two children younger than 5 to their parents. One parent was from Honduras and the other from El Salvador.“Our clients still have not been reunified!” said Beth Krause, an attorney with Legal Aid Society’s Immigrant Youth Project, in an email to Reuters. She said the government said one would be reunited sometime Wednesday.If the government failed to reunite all the children under 5 with their parents by Thursday, Sabraw asked the ACLU to suggest penalties he could levy against the government.Rights advocates have blamed the US government’s poor technology for difficulties tracking children across multiple government agencies involved in their detention and care.The government has said the delays stem from the time it takes to run background checks, confirm parentage and locate parents released from detention.
00:00 /01:12 To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: Maggie MartinThe Butterfly Project began 20 years ago with the purpose of collecting 1.5 million handmade butterflies. The number represents the amount of children killed during the Holocaust.It all started with a poem.The last, the very last, So richly, brightly, dazzlingly yellow. Perhaps if the sun’s tears would sing against a white stone… Such, such a yellow Is carried lightly ‘way up high. It went away I’m sure because it wished to kiss the world goodbye. For seven weeks I’ve lived in here, Penned up inside this ghetto But I have found my people here. The dandelions call to me And the white chestnut candles in the court. Only I never saw another butterfly. That butterfly was the last one. Butterflies don’t live in here, In the ghetto.A young Czech named Pavel Friedman penned that on a scrap of paper while he was a prisoner at the Theresienstadt concentration camp in 1942.The Butterfly inspired three Houston-area teachers to begin an ambitious project twenty years ago. They set out to collect 1.5 million handmade butterflies from people around the world for an exhibit at the Holocaust Museum Houston. The number represents the amount of children who lost their lives during the Holocaust.They reached their goal earlier this year. The Holocaust Museum Houston’s Kelly Zuniga says the project was a unique way to teach students the history and lessons from the Holocaust. “This one went viral and it went worldwide,” Zuniga says. “So from the standpoint of students and even adults participating in this program, it went as far as every continent except Antarctica.” 40 of the butterflies are on display in a small art gallery inside Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center. More are at various venues around Houston. Share Listen X
Stay on target Google Maps’ AR Navigation Rolls Out to More DevicesGrab Your Wand: ‘Harry Potter: Wizards Unite’ Launches June 21 Hotel decor is very hit or miss (more often than not a definite miss). So why not redecorate?Marriott Hotels teamed with LIFEWTR to turn guests into interior designers—no toolkit needed.The Pepsi-owned premium bottled water brand, aimed at showcasing and advancing creativity, invites customers to dress up their room with virtual designs from LIFEWTR artists.Simply scan the custom bottle tag on LIFEWTR bottles found in participating Marriotts, then start decking the room with boughs of abstract paintings.Transform the walls of the room according to your inspiration (via Marriott Hotels)“The collaboration allows us to take novel steps in a shared vision to provide guests a unique way to experience art and get even more art and innovation into the world via AR,” PepsiCo Vice President Stacy Taffet said in a statement.A mobile AR gallery features work from 18 LIFEWTR artists; drag and drop the images onto walls to see what your hotel room would look like with a touch of modernity.“LIFEWTR’s Series 7 bottles, which will be unveiled in early 2019,” Taffet revealed, “will further touch on this by supporting emerging creative talent who focus on art through technology.”Even color artwork to make the images your own (via Marriott Hotels)Once you’ve hung your favorite pieces just so, share photos of the refurb with family and friends (and complete strangers) via social media and email.The AR experience debuted early this month at a pop-up event at The Oculus at the Westfield World Trade Center in New York. It will continue to roll out at nationwide Marriott Hotels—including Stanton South Beach—through 2019.“With our latest AR venture, guests can enhance their stay with us by using technology and art to spart new ways of thinking,” according to Matthew Carroll, vice president of global brand management for Marriott. “From there, the opportunities are endless.”More on Geek.com:Watch: Is This Robotic Hotel Room on Wheels the Future of Travel?Google Transformed Cloud Storage Traffic Into Cool Data ArtTour Vermeer’s Masterpieces From Home With AR Gallery
It is an initiative of NIFTEM to provide a common platform to all the stake holders and to facilitate standardisation and mechanisation of traditional Indian food.Indian cuisine encompasses a wide variety of regional cuisines native to India. Given the range of diversity in soil type, climate, culture, ethnic group and occupations, these cuisines vary significantly from each other and use locally available spices, herbs, vegetables and fruits. Indian food is also heavily influenced by religious and cultural choices and traditions. There has also been Central Asian influence on North Indian cuisine from the years of Mughal rule. Indian cuisine has been and is still evolving, as a result of the nation’s cultural interactions with other societies. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’India with large agriculture base is rightly poised to meet the food needs of the world. Government of India is committed to the growth of the food processing sector. With an increase in food processing, India can become the food factory of the world. There is a major national ‘Make in India’ program by National Institute of Food Technology Entrepreneurship and Management (NIFTEM) that is designed to facilitate investment, foster innovation, enhance skill development, to protect intellectual property and to build best-in-class manufacturing infrastructure for products made in India. Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixThis program is focused on various sectors in India e.g. automobile industry, aviation, biotechnology, chemical, construction, electrical, electronics, leather, IT, pharmaceutical, textile, food processing. Make-In-India Conclave, 2015 is an initiative of NIFTEM to provide a common platform to all the stake holders like food processing industries, machine manufacturers and consultants and experts from various agencies for sharing their views to facilitate standardisation and mechanisation of traditional Indian food. This exchange of ideas should provide a road map for popularising Indian traditional foods worldwide, capturing the world food market and making India a global food basket. Indian cuisine is probably the most diverse cuisine in the world. The antiquated heritage of Indian cuisine goes back thousands of years and boasts of an assorted menu of not just one cuisine but many cuisines. India is home to one of the most aromatic and colourful cuisines in the world. Traditional Indian cuisine is rich and diverse in flavours, using distinct cooking methodologies, raw materials and authentic utensils, originating from a particular region in India. The traditional food of India has been widely appreciated for its fabulous use of herbs and spices. The cooking style varies from region to region. The Indian foods can be described as area specific like Kashmiri foods, Punjabi foods, Bengali dishes, Hyderabadi cuisine, Gujrati dishes etc., traditional foods are healthy, sustainable, and affordable and liked by every class of people.Indian traditional foods are still region specific and have a great potential of commercialisation in India and abroad. For this, standard process and machineries for continuous preparation are required. Standardisation and mechanisation will help to prepare hygienic and safe foods which could capture the world food market. India can become the food basket of the world by tapping the potential of our traditional foods.‘Make in India’ which is a flagship program of the government of India is known for its traditional foods, which are mostly confined to the unorganised sector at present. Aiming at the uniform and hygienic mass production of those highly demanded traditional food products throughout the country, it is imperative to have a discussion on scope of standardisation and mechanisation in food processing industries.
Read the full article on Gaystarnews: :https://www.gaystarnews.com/article/businesses-preform-better-with-lgbti-leaders-says-study/ However the report notes that the number of leadership positions surveyed could be higher than samples from non-LGBT Chamber organizations, and a number of the companies surveyed already ‘demonstrated a commitment to LGBT inclusivity by virtue of their membership’ of the LGBT-Chamber.Breaking the rainbow ceiling?There has been a rise in the number of high-profile LGBTI business leaders in recent years.Tim Cook of tech-firm Apple, Alan Joyce of Qantas Airways, and Jim Fitterling, CEO of DowChemical, are all openly gay business leaders, while trans woman Martine Rothblatt is the chairwoman of Nasdaq-listed, United Therapeutics.This month also saw business leaders hail the appointment of Beth Ford as CEO of food firm Land O’Lakes, making her the first openly lesbian to helm a Fortune 500 company.However, a study from May showed that gay men are ‘significantly less likely’ to reach senior management positions, even when they posses the same qualities as straight men. The report attributes the disparity to ‘discrimination as opposed to different skills and characteristics’, similar to forms of discrimination which continue to affect ethnic minorities.A survey taken in 2016 also revealed that almost three-quarters of lesbian and bisexual women have not come out to their work colleagues.Got a news tip? Want to share your story? Email us . GAYSTARNEWS- eTN Chatroom for Readers (join us) Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… Businesses with LGBTI people in managerial positions have higher overall performances and better business outcomes, according to a new report. The survey states that of 88 companies polled, those with LGBTI people in senior leadership positions reported greater business outcomes compared to organisations surveyed without LGBTI people in managerial roles. Image published via Dreamstime The report found notable higher ‘levels of organizational performance, social and environmental corporate social responsibility, workforce quality and utilization, as well as high performance human resource management practices’ in companies with LGBTI people at senior levels.The report was released by the Wisconsin LGBT Chamber of Commerce, a group which promotes LGBTI businesses and equality in the workplace. ‘This study supports what we have been saying for years,’ said Jason Rae, Chamber’s President & CEO. ‘Having LGBT people in leadership positions, whether it as a CEO, a business owner, a part of senior management or on the Board of Directors, is good for a business’s bottom line.’‘Simply put, diversity is good for business,’ Rae concluded: ‘This study helps reinforce our commitment to helping “break the rainbow ceiling” and get more LGBT people in senior leadership roles.’
Related posts:5 questions for a Costa Rican designer 5 question for a Costa Rican painter 5 questions for French-Swiss artist Julian Charrière 5 questions for a Costa Rican musician and artisan Fiorella Pattoni, 34, is an architect by training, but she is using that knowledge today in a way she never anticipated.Approximately 17 years ago, before she began her career, Pattoni had her first experience creating handmade jewelry. As time went by, she realized that was what she wanted to do, and in 2010 she created the brand “Fiorella Pattoni Design.”Pattoni creates pieces such as rings, bracelets, and necklaces using silver, gold, and precious stones.“It is 100% handmade work,” explained Pattoni. “The cut is made with a manual blade and the pressure is marked by the pulse.”The Tico Times talked to Pattoni about her brand and the meaning of her designs. Excerpts follow.How was “Fiorella Pattoni Design” born?In 2010, I participated in the Fourth International Biennial of fashion complements: my work was selected, and it was one of the projects that joined me with the photographer with whom I now do conceptualization of image. I also took an important workshop with an international jeweler that made me want to consolidate an identifiable and recognizable design style. (Photo by Blackpepper Studio)What do you mean by “conceptualization of image”?I have several lines of work. The main line, and one of the ones I enjoy the most, is the one in which I submit my work to research, abstraction and, therefore, conceptualization. It is composed of a series of relationships that can end both in photography or even in staging: a compendium of expressions that reflect on a theme and materialize.What do your designs mean to you?Each design represents a unique possibility of composition. Creating it is a manual process of precision and perfection, and I am deeply passionate about that. That makes each piece unique, and my work an expression of utilitarian art. To make them is for me a search, a moment of peace. “Cuazo Acuario” (Courtesy of Fiorella Pattoni)What is the creation process like?Depending on the line, I choose a theme, and develop its components and requirements. I do research… and I generate initial sketches of the parts. Then I digitize these sketches and I finish them.Then, when I have the designs defined, I prepare the material. I print the designs, stick them on the sheet and drill and punch in every design space that requires it. After the first cut, [the piece] is checked, detailed and finished.What materials do you use?I work mainly with gold, silver and precious and semi-precious stones. I work with a lot of respect for the stones: I perform all the necessary treatments so that they are energetically clean. Constantly, I have customers that for various reasons want one of my designs but with a specific stone. Others ask me for a piece that suits an energy or symbolic need. In those cases I give some alternatives so that they can choose. (Photo by Blackpepper Studio)Read more Weekend Arts Spotlight interviews here.Our “Weekend Arts Spotlight” presents Sunday interviews with artists who are from, working in, or inspired by Costa Rica, ranging from writers and actors to dancers and musicians. Do you know of an artist we should consider, whether a long-time favorite or an up-and-comer? Email us at email@example.com. Facebook Comments
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by Giuseppe Valiante, The Canadian Press Posted Dec 31, 2018 1:00 am PDT Hubert Lenoir holds up his trophies at the Gala Adisq awards ceremony in Montreal, Sunday, October 20, 2018. When androgynous glam rocker Hubert Lenoir shoved a trophy into his mouth, mimicking a sex act onstage at Quebec’s premier music awards gala last fall, he shocked a nation but also held a mirror up to it.THE CANADIAN PRESS/Graham Hughes AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Quebec artists less political, more controversial and environmental in 2018 MONTREAL — When androgynous glam rocker Hubert Lenoir shoved a trophy into his mouth, mimicking a sex act onstage at Quebec’s premier music awards gala last fall, he shocked a nation but also held a mirror up to it.Artists in Quebec were once a powerful force for change, especially in the 1960s and during the rise of the independence movement of the 1970s. But today they are noticeably less tied to political movements. If they advocate at all, it is typically for a global cause such as the environment.Lenoir, described in the media as the musical revelation of 2018 with his album “Darlene,” says he “feels like a sovereigntist,” but instead of wrapping himself in the Quebec flag, he shows off an image of an ejaculating fleur-de-lis — the national symbol of the province — tattooed on his rear.“It’s a little logo,” Lenoir said of the tattoo in an October interview with host Guy A. Lepage on the popular television show, “Tout le monde en parle.”“I see myself as a Quebecer — but a Quebecer within the world,” Lenoir said. “And I feel like a sovereigntist, but I don’t really adhere to anything political that is being proposed to me.”Lepage replied: “Ah, well, there are plenty of sovereigntists like you,” a comment reflecting the wider disillusionment in the independence movement. Lenoir told Lepage he found it “funny to desecrate such an emblematic symbol. It’s cool to have Parti Quebecois supporters hate me.”Marc Cassivi, a columnist at La Presse who often writes about music and Quebec culture, said in an interview that today’s artists “are in the image of Quebec society,” meaning they talk less about independence and more about global issues. “Artists used to be very much associated with the independence movement,” he said.During the same October awards show when Lenoir shocked the audience, singer Yann Perreau took the opportunity to call out Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who was in the audience, for using $4.5-billion in taxpayer money to buy Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain pipeline. Perreau spoke a line from the beloved nationalist poet and singer Gilles Vigneault: “My country is not a country, it’s winter.”“I heard that Mr. Vigneault is one of your favourite singers, Mr. Trudeau,” Perreau said. “However, when you buy a $5-billion pipeline, I get more the impression that my country isn’t a country, it’s an oil company.”Quebec’s new artists might be less drawn to the political causes that inspired previous generations, but they are still bold, audacious — and controversial.Singer Safia Nolin, in her grungy clothes and unkempt hair, doesn’t look the part of a conventional Quebec star. When she arrived at an awards show in 2016 wearing a T-shirt and jeans she was immediately derided on social media.The founder and co-owner of Bonsound record label and artist management company, who goes by the name Gourmet Delice, said the controversy around singer Nolin’s body and clothing is also a reflection of Quebec society.“I was sitting next to her — she didn’t even go on stage yet. She had just walked the red carpet, and she showed me her Facebook,” said Delice, whose company represents the young singer. “There were horrible words there. Women said she was an embarrassment to women.” He sees it as a sign people live in social media bubbles. “When we are exposed to this kind of (hate), we realize: ‘Oh yeah, there are people who think differently,’” he said.Delice agrees with Cassivi that artists are less politically minded — something he said was apparent during the 2018 Quebec election campaign.“In general people are disillusioned by politics,” he said. “I met a few artists not long ago and we were chatting, and most of them stayed very silent during the campaign. But, a day or two before (the vote), they came out on social media and told people who they would vote for.”He said artists will often advocate for specific causes, but the days of singers and other celebrities campaigning with politicians for months ahead of an election are over.Meanwhile, Lenoir doesn’t seem to mind if he offends Quebec nationalists — or anyone else. The award Lenoir took liberties with in October is called a Felix, named after the late Quebec singer-songwriter, Felix Leclerc, a legend to the province’s independence movement.Lenoir brushes aside the invective thrown at him on television and online — both for his treatment of the trophy and his flamboyant fashion sense.Cassivi said he was recently at a Lenoir show in Montreal where the artist made reference to his intimate encounter with the Felix. He recounted that Lenoir said: “I didn’t lack respect towards Felix Leclerc …. I would never do that to someone I didn’t respect!”Giuseppe Valiante, The Canadian Press
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He also justified the proposed N2. which has a location on the corner of DeMers Avenue and Fifth Street. 519 DeMers Ave. noted she couldn’t speak for her organization’s Board of Directors Any land deal decision she said would have to go through them "My personal opinion I think the library should be at midtown" she said referring to the other area in town library leaders are considering placing the future facility which would be near the Grand Cities Mall McDonald added that location boasts easy access and no traffic bottlenecksLibrary leaders are set to scout property surrounding the mall in the same fashion as downtown Wendt said weighing exactly how the new library might fit inDecision pointsOn Wednesday the Library Board voted 5-0 with members Bret Weber and Sarah Jensen absent to allocate $5000 to Praxis Strategy Group to help coordinate the committee and selection process which is expected to include public input meetings that will begin within the next several weeksThe two committees’ presentations to the board are expected to take place May 18 By the board’s June 15 meeting a decision is expected to be made on a final location which Mock said will likely include a first choice and at least one contingency locationFrom there one of the largest unanswered questions is how to fund construction The projected cost of a library wherever it’s built is expected be at least about $22 million and board members have been adamant that it’s unlikely they’ll be able to fundraise the full amount on their ownOne answer could be using money from an increase in the city’s sales tax Members of the Grand Forks City Council which funds the majority of the library’s budget have discussed submitting a 075 percent increase to voters in November for the purposes of funding what could be a slew of projects from roads to a water treatment plantWeber who is also a City Council member said even if the city doesn’t include the library in the tax he hopes to see the funding mechanism for the library addressed at the same timeLibrary Board Chairman Brian Schill said he hasn’t heard of a better option to fund the library than with some kind of city support likely in the form of a property tax or a sales tax"We can’t raise $20 million" he saidThe Pennington County Sheriff’s Office said it has handed over its investigative material regarding the altercation to the County Attorney’s Office Council member Josh Hagen said fellow council members Curtis Howe and Jerald Brown threatened him Tuesday during an Administrative Services Committee Brown allegedly hit Hagen with a chair and Howe took a swing at Hagen according to Hagen’s account of the altercationHowe said Thursday the accusations made against him are “completely false” “When this comes out and that stuff he’s going to be in big trouble” he said of Hagen “I’m not prepared to make any comments on that stuff until this is all over The truth will come out”Brown declined to comment on the allegations citing legal adviceRelated storyNo charges have been filed in relation to the investigation but the County Attorney’s Office will review evidence and interviews to see if the altercation warrants criminal chargesThe allegations are concerning Mayor Brian Holmer said He plans to give council members a refresher on how to conduct themselves during meetings to prevent another altercationThe argument broke out during discussions regarding a proposed splash park and how to pay for it Howe threatened to take Hagen outside Hagen said The argument cooled down until later in the meeting when Brown said he was “sick of (Hagen’s) mouth” Hagen saidAt one point in the meeting Brown who is the committee chairman got up from his seat walked toward Hagen and shoved him Hagen said Hagen pushed the Brown to the ground but Brown stood up grabbed a chair and swung it at Hagen according to Hagen’s account Hagen hit Brown and pushed him to the ground but Brown grabbed Hagen’s legs while City Administrator Rodney Otterness tried to pull Hagen away from behind Hagen said The fight eventually broke up but not before Howe took a swing at Hagen Hagen said Hagen also suffered several injuries from the fight he said The city typically doesn’t record committee meetings so there are no video or audio recordings of the meeting Assistant City Attorney Nathan Haase said The city does record regular City Council meetings Minutes of the committee meeting won’t be made public until they are prepared several days before Aug 6 the next time the Administrative Services Committee will meetHowe and Otterness were only trying to break up the fight Howe said adding it isn’t fair for anyone to make any comments about the incident until the investigation is overMost council members the Herald contacted declined to comment citing the active nature of the investigation Don Sollom a council member who does not sit on the committee said he is waiting until the Sheriff’s Office report comes out before he forms an opinion“Honestly I can’t tell you what my reaction is” he said adding he is neutral at the momentSimilarly council members Steven Narverud and Rachel Prudhomme said they could not comment on what happened adding they were not at the meetingJason Aarestad who does sit on the Administrative Services Committee did not return a message left for the HeraldThere isn’t much the council can do aside from vote to censure — issue a formal statement of reprimand — a council member Holmer said It’s up to the County Attorney’s Office to pursue criminal charges and punishment and residents would have to decide if they want to remove a city leader from office he added Looking on the brighter side the argument shows leaders are passionate about city business Holmer saidHagen said he hasn’t made up his mind on what he believes should happen to those involved though he said he wants an apology He at least wants people to understand they can’t threaten others“It’s not like I want these guys to go to jail 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