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Social Studies (Middle School) Teacher | Marist School   


Atlanta, Georgia, A Bachelor's degree from an accredited college in education or in the primary teaching area is required. A Master's degree is preferred. Transcripts must be submitted. Teaching experience in a Cat


SW Georgia Metro I Hospital Employed GI I 650K Base Plus wRVU | Jackson Physician Search   


Georgia, Hospital-Employed Gastroenterology Enjoy a Great Quality of Life in Beautiful Southwest Georgia Hospital-Employed Gastroenterology joining Phoebe Putney Health System with over 300 providers rooted


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GPB Evening Headlines For Nov. 6, 2019   


EPA To Roll Back Rules On Management Of Toxic Coal Ash Lawyers Says Teacher Violated Standards When Student Was Burned In Chemistry Accident Georgia Completes Pilot Of New Voting Machines


How Governor Kemp's Proposed Medicaid Plans Stand To Impact Georgians   


Georgia is currently ranked third among states with most uninsured residents. More than 1.4 million Georgians were without insurance in 2018. Governor Kemp announced the second of two healthcare waiver proposals to increase coverage on Monday. If approved, the waivers will allow the state of Georgia to remain compliant with the Federal Affordable Care Act — making changes to the health insurance market in the state without expanding Medicaid. Georgia is currently one of 14 states that have chosen to not fully expand Medicaid.


Political Rewind: Georgia's House Speaker David Ralston Talks Budget, Election Results   


Today on Political Rewind , we sit down for an exclusive interview with Georgia’s Speaker of the House David Ralston. Our conversation’s timing could not be better.


OST Full Show: Medicaid Waiver, Allison Moorer, Sesame Workshop, Voter Registration, Janisse Ray   


Governor Kemp recently announced his proposals for Medicaid waivers for the state. To help breakdown what the proposals could mean for your pocketbook, On Second Thought was joined by Andy Miller from Georgia Health News and Ariel Hart from the Atlanta Journal Constitution.


Georgia's Voter Registration Purge Raises Eyebrows   


Voting in Georgia has remained a prickly subject after last year's midterm elections. The governor's race between Republican Secretary of State Brian Kemp and Democrat Stacey Abrams was steeped in allegations of voter suppression targeting minorities.


50 Years Of 'Sesame Street:' Show Addresses Addiction With New Muppet   


Georgia is among the top 11 states when it comes to most prescription opioid overdose deaths . President Trump declared the opioid crisis a national public health emergency in 2017. Earlier this year, state agencies received $10.3 million in federal funding to expand access to medication-assisted treatment for opioid addiction and overdose. While federal funding could make a dent in adult dependency, Sesame Street aims to support children affected by parental addiction.


Georgia Completes Pilot Of New Paper Ballot-Based Voting Machines   


Elections officials say there were few hiccups in the pilot of the new $107 million touchscreen voting system that will be implemented statewide in the coming months. Six counties piloted the Dominion ballot-marking devices that print out a paper record of your vote that is then inserted into a scanner for tabulation, and a seventh county tested hand-marked paper ballots as a backup system in case the BMDs are not ready in time.


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Atlanta, Georgia, Responsibilities: Assist with accepting move out notices, service requests and resident transfers. Responsible for implementing lease renewal and resident retention programs. Manage resident relati


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Татьяна_Тухтина: >Салат в виде Мышки. Символ 2020 года. Салат Оливье в виде Крысы.   


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MELBOURNE - The Location MELBOURNE (the name means mill on the brook or a mill stream) is a small attractive Georgian market town in a delightful part of South Derbyshire set in rolling countryside and is situated midway between the major city of...
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Outpatient Adult & Child Adolescent Psychiatry | SW Georgia | $500k+ Potential | Jackson Physician Search   


Georgia, Phoebe is at the center of healthcare for Southwest Georgia and is currently seeking an outpatient focused Child and Adolescent /Adult provider. Both a leader in advanced care and a pillar of the com


Quality Assurance Lead | Wood   


Alpharetta, Georgia, Wood Environment & Infrastructure Solutions is seeking a Quality Assurance Lead (QAL) who will be responsible for the Quality Assurance Program implementation across a Wood E&IS Business Group. The


It’s the Law: Ronnie Towns murder indictment dismissed   


MCRAE, Georgia (WMGT/41NBC) – Attorney J Davis from James W. Davis and Associates joins 41NBC’s Shelby Coates for our weekly segment “It’s the Law.” Davis offers some insight into a case out of Telfair County getting national attention. That’s because the murder indictment for Ronnie Towns was dismissed. Towns was charged with killing a Marietta […]

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Community Luncheon focuses on progress in Perry   


15th Annual State of the Community Luncheon focuses on projects to help grow Perry PERRY, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT)- Elected officials along with community members discussed progress in Perry at a community luncheon. The Perry Chamber of Commerce hosted its 15th Annual State of the Community Luncheon on Wednesday at the Houston County Board of Education. Governmental […]

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Gas clerk helps capture fugitive   


FORSYTH, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – The second of two suspects is now in custody of the Monroe County Sheriff’s Department. Sheriffs spent Tuesday night and part of Wednesday morning looking for two men involved in a high-speed chase and shooting. Deputies captured the driver, Eugene Wilson, near Pea Ridge Road and Hwy 41 at 12:30 a.m. […]

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Teacher’s actions broke rule, caused student injury   


41NBC-Georgia-News-1024x576ATLANTA (AP) – Lawyers for a Georgia high school student who was burned during a chemistry class demonstration have released a report saying his teacher violated school district standards. Malachi McFadden’s lawyers say the 16-year-old student at Redan High School, near Atlanta, suffered burns on his face, neck, and torso in the Aug. 6 incident. […]

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Meet Washington County’s new sheriff, Joel Cochran   


Joel Cochran wins the Washington County Sheriff’s seat after 52 percent of votes from residents SANDERSVILLE, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – Washington County has a new sheriff in town. Tuesday, Washington County residents elected a new sheriff to serve the community. This comes after Thomas Smith, the former sheriff, died this past summer. Joel Cochran is basking […]

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Rapper accused of choking, biting woman in Atlanta   


domestic violence in GeorgiaATLANTA (AP) – A rapper is accused of choking and biting his girlfriend while in Atlanta. News outlets report Osiris Williams, also known as YK Osiris, was arrested Monday on a felony charge of aggravated assault by strangulation. Fulton County police say the man is accused of attacking the woman at his 21st birthday party […]

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Perry football looking for its first region title since 1959   


PERRY, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – The Perry Panthers head to West Laurens (8-1) Friday to take on the Raiders at Horseshoe Stadium in our Game of the Week. The region championship is on the line for both teams. However, the Panthers haven’t played for a region title since 1983. The last time they’ve won a region […]

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MACON-BIBB residents approve E-SPLOST   


Bibb County residents voted to continue with the ESPLOST (Yes: 3,544 / No: 1,203) MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) — Bibb County residents voted to continue the education SPLOST. School board members and community leaders came together at the Greater Macon Chamber of Commerce to watch the results come in on Tuesday. The Bibb County ESPLOST received […]

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Fátima Avelino tem aprovado projeto que reserva vagas em creches municipais para mulheres vítimas de violência   


Foi apresentado na sessão desta terça (05), projeto de Lei Ordinária nº 06/2019, de autoria da vereadora Maria de Fátima Avelino (MDB), que “Autoriza o Poder Executivo Municipal a reservar vagas em creches para crianças em idade compatível, filhos (as) de mulheres vítimas de violência domésticas, de natureza física e/ou sexual”.
            De Acordo com Fátima é necessário garantir essas vagas, pois hoje são 37 creches com 35 na zona urbana e 02 na zona rural e as mulheres vítimas precisam de um tratamento diferenciado e não tem onde deixar suas crianças. Disse que já existe uma lista de espera  nas creches e por isso é obrigatório que isso seja regra.
            Adhemar Jr (PSC) lembrou que a lei 13.882/ 2019  do governo federal que entrou em vigor no mês de outubro também versa sobre esse assunto e deu os parabéns a vereadora, por trazer essa questão e o assunto para o município
            A vereadora informou que a reservar de vagas é necessária porque já existe essa lista de espera muito grande nas creches e tem que ser dada total prioridade a essas mulheres que são vítimas de violência. “Pela fragilidade e pela situação que se encontram em função de violência onde elas muitas vezes não têm nem onde deixar a criança, e se veem obrigadas a buscar espaço em abrigos para encontra refúgio. Tendo essa vaga nas creches onde a criança é alimentada, tem todo atendimento e passa os dois turnos sendo cuidada o dia todo, essa mãe terá condições de fazer um tratamento psicológico e também trabalhar fora. Apresento este projeto e me sinto muito feliz em poder contribuir com a rede da educação infantil do município de imperatriz”, disse.
            O projeto foi em uma única votação e teve parecer favorável das comissões. Foi aprovado por unanimidade e irá ser encaminhado ao prefeito para ser sancionado.
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Internationale casinobende betrapt in Venlo   


Gesjoemel met een roulettemachine in het Holland Casino in Venlo heeft vier Georgiërs een enkele reis naar het politiebureau opgeleverd.


Academic Dean | Marist School   


Atlanta, Georgia, An advanced degree from an accredited college or university is required, along with a minimum of 3 years of administrative experience in schools. This position is a 12-month, full-time position in an


Ассоциации выпускников МГИМО в странах Бенилюкс отметила 75-летие МГИМО   


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5 октября в Бельгии состоялась третья встреча выпускников МГИМО в странах Бенилюкса, приуроченная к 75-летию университета.

В мероприятии, организованном Клубом выпускников МГИМО в Бенилюксе, приняли участие Постпред России при ЕС Чрезвычайный и Полномочный Посол Владимир Алексеевич Чижов и Чрезвычайный и Полномочный Посол России в Бельгии Александр Аврельевич Токовинин. Среди гостей также были представители российских дипмиссий в Бельгии, Нидерландах, Люксембурге, Франции, некоторых структур Евросоюза, крупных российских и международных компаний, журналисты.


Поздравляем всех членов и друзей Ассоциации выпускников МГИМО в странах Бенилюкс с 75-летним юбилеем Alma Mater! Желаем клубу процветания, плодотворной работы и новых встреч!


МГИМО — Монголия. Юбилейные встречи — рабочие планы   


1 ноября в Улан-Баторе состоялась торжественная встреча монгольских выпускников МГИМО. Встреча одной из крупнейших ассоциаций выпускников, объединяющей более шестисот человек, была приурочена к 75-летию университета. Во встрече приняли участие гости из Москвы — проректор МГИМО А.В.Мальгин и директор Ассоциации выпускников И.А.Арсеньев.

Визит представителей МГИМО состоялся по приглашению министра иностранных дел Монголии Д.Цогтбаатара, выпускника факультета МО 1994 года. Собственно с подробного разговора с министром о современных направлениях подготовки в университете, о формах международного и академического сотрудничества, о новых образовательных проектах с участием монгольских студентов и преподавателей и начался визит в Улан-Батор.

На встрече с министром были обсуждены конкретные вопросы повышения квалификации кадров, сетевых и модульных образовательных программ, проектов молодежного сотрудничества. Особое внимание было уделено вопросам совместных исследовательских работ по проблематике евразийского и азиатско-тихоокеанского регионов. Во встрече с министром приняли участие руководители профильных подразделений монгольского МИДа, многие из которых также выпускники МГИМО. С российской стороны на этой встрече, равно как и в ходе других рабочих переговоров, мгимовцам в местной специфике помогал сориентироваться советник-посланник нашего Посольства Р.Р.Ракшаев.

В течение дня гости из Москвы встретились с ведущими представителями бизнес-сообщества Монголии, которое также в значительной степени сформировано выпускниками нашего университета. Состоялся подробный разговор об организации международного делового форума выпускников МГИМО в Монголии с Д.Зоригтом, руководителем нескольких крупных компаний и б.министром минеральных ресурсов и энергетики.

Вопросы гуманитарного сотрудничества, студенческих и преподавательских грантов, информационного взаимодействия, равно как и форума выпускников, были обсуждены на встрече с правлением Монгольской ассоциации под председательством П.Цаагана. В дискуссии приняли участие б.руководитель Администрации Президента Монголии, ответственный секретарь Б.Зоригт, послы Ж.Энхсайхан, Л.Удвал, академик Л.Дашням, исполнительный директор объединения «Эрденет» Я.Батсуури, директор НКО «Дети Монголии» Л.Баяраахуу и другие коллеги.

Во второй половине дня прошли обстоятельные переговоры с руководством Монгольского государственного университета — проректором Б.Очирхуягом, деканом Ж.Баттогтох, встреча со студентами. Была достигнута договоренность об увеличении объема обмена преподавателями и студентами между странами. Многие российские выпускники МГИМО, работающие в Монголии, готовят свои диссертации или преподают в стенах этого вуза. Прекрасные переводчики Ю.Кручкин и С.Безруков известны широкой монгольской общественности.

Вечером на встрече в актовом зале МИДа и на дружеском приеме собрались полторы сотни монгольских мгимовцев. Было много теплых воспоминаний, дружеских объятий, выпускники делились новостями. Выпускникам старшего поколения были вручены юбилейные награды МГИМО.

По завершении вечера, подводя итоги, хозяева и гости договорились встретиться в ноябре и феврале в России в рамках целевых рабочих групп и начать реализацию достигнутых договоренностей, в частности относительно форума выпускников.



III Арт-фестиваль МГИМО   



С 21 октября по 3 ноября прошел III арт-фестиваль МГИМО, приуроченный к 75-летию Университета. Проект МГИМО АРТ был создан в 2012 году с целью формирования нового «пространства искусства» для укрепления контактов выпускников МГИМО разных лет. На сегодняшний день движение МГИМО АРТ объединило выпускников, студентов, сотрудников и друзей МГИМО и на протяжении уже 3-х лет в МГИМО проходит арт-фестиваль, где каждый любитель искусства найдет мероприятие себе по душе.

Кульминацией Арт-фестиваля традиционно стала ежегодная Арт-выставка «Мир глазами МГИМОвцев», в этом году уже в 7 раз прошедшая в стенах МГИМО. 50 художников представили более 120 работ в различных техниках: инсталляция, живопись, рисунок, смешанная техника, фотография и другие. В выставке традиционно принимают участие выпускники и сотрудники МГИМО, но с каждым годом число студентов заметно растет.

21 октября 2019 года на малой сцене Конференц-зала состоялось торжественное открытие VII арт-выставки. С приветственным словом выступили Ректор А.В. Торкунов, заслуженный художник РФ Н.С. Сафронов и директор Ассоциации выпускников И.А. Арсеньев.

В Атриуме Нового корпуса состоялась фотовыставка Игоря Владимировича Лилеева "Квадратура круга. Необычный МГИМО". В 2019 году исполнилось 35 лет профессиональной деятельности И.В. Лилеева в МГИМО. прошлое, настоящее и будущее - в кадрах Игоря Владимировича. Данная выставка - особый авторский взгляд на МГИМО снаружи и внутри. Взгляд, которым мы дорожим.


В этом году в рамках фестиваля прошел целых цикл лекций о современном искусстве.

21 октября совместно со студенческим объединением ART|LAB была организована сессия «Студенты МГИМО о современном искусстве».. Приглашенными гостями сессии стали: Софья Троценко, Маргарита Пушкина, Полина Аскери и Дмитрий Гутов. Студенты смогли задать экспертам интересующие их вопросы и побеседовать со столь известными личностями и неформальной обстановке.

22 октября Ассоциацией выпускников был организован круглый стол «Современный Арт: Бизнес или Искусство?». Выпускники МГИМО имели возможность пообщаться и подискутировать, а также поделиться опытом и все же ответить на один из главных вопросов современного искусства.

22 октября в рамках кино-фестиваля состоялся показ документального фильма «На пути к доверию: русские в Японии». Фильм был создан при поддержке Международного Фонда Шодиева. На показе присутствовали: директор Фонда О.А. Монахова и заведующий кафедрой дипломатии А.Н. Панов. Фильм посмотрели не только студенты и выпускники МГИМО, но и ученики Горчаковского лицея.

III кино-фестиваль пройдет в середине ноября, запланированы мастер-классы, показ короткометражных фильмов и выступления студентов и выпускников по кино индустрии.

24 октября в Шахматной гостиной прошел Поэтический вечер, организованный совместно с Поэтическим клубом МГИМО и коллективом MGIMO Symphony. В вечере приняли участие более 15 поэтов (студенты МГИМО и других Университетов, выпускники).Симфонический коллектив MGIMO Symphony добавил вечеру новых красок, исполнив сразу два произведения.

Завершился III арт-фестиваль МГИМО фееричной театральной постановкой. 26 октября на главной сцене Конференц-зала состоялась постановка Театр-студии МГИМО по одноименной пьесе А.Володина «Пять вечеров».

Ассоциация выпускников МГИМО благодарит ПАО «Северсталь» - спонсора III арт-фестиваля МГИМО. Также выражаем благодарность оргкомитету движения МГИМО АРТ в лице руководителя Стерликовой Любы за помощь в организации и проведении Арт-фестиваля.


Будем рады видеть вас на IV арт-фестивале МГИМО, который пройдет в октябре 2020!



Поздравляем с днем рождения О.Б.Пичкова (МЭО 07)!   



Сегодня празднует день рождения декан факультета Международных экономических отношений Олег Борисович Пичков (МЭО 2007).
Уважаемый Олег Борисович, сердечно поздравляем Вас с днем рождения! Желаем счастья, крепкого здоровья, неиссякаемого вдохновения и успехов!


Поздравляем с днем рождения И.А.Кесаева (МО 93)!   


Сегодня празднует день рождения Президент ГК "Меркурий", член Попечительского совета МГИМО Игорь Альбертович Кесаев (МО 93).

Поздравляем Игоря Альбертовича! Желаем крепкого здоровья, счастья и успехов во всех начинаниях!


Кизлярский коньячный завод - спонсор 75-летия МГИМО!   



Кизлярский коньячный завод выступил спонсором 75-летия МГИМО! 

Свою продукцию завод предоставил для сотрудников, гостей и выпускников МГИМО на XII Конвенте РАМИ и торжественном вечере в Государственном академическом Большом театре России. 

Кизлярский коньячный завод — российский производитель крепких спиртных напитков, расположенный в городе Кизляр, Дагестан. Входит в пятёрку крупнейших российских производителей коньяка. 

Мы благодарим Кизлярский коньячный завод за поддержку Юбилея МГИМО! Будем искренне рады дальнейшему сотрудничеству!


Attorney fellowship - detention | Catholic Charities Atlanta   


Atlanta, Georgia, Requirements: Admission to the bar of the highest court of any state or territory of the United States, Georgia preferred Fluency in Spanish Prior work experience, internship, or coursework in


Ильина_Тоня: Без заголовка   


Это цитата сообщения пижма123 Оригинальное сообщениеМесяц с расторопшей.

Месяц с расторопшей

Месяц с расторопшей

У меня гепатит С , им я болею более 20 лет. Чищу печень я 2 раза в год: ампулу тиосульфата натрия развожу в двух стаканах кипяченой воды комнатной температуры и пью на ночь спустя 3-4 часа после еды. Утром будет разжиженный стул. Выпить надо 10 ампул за 10 дней. 

А при болях и увеличенной печени четверть стакана сока грейпфрута и столько же оливкового масла выпиваю на ночь теплыми, потом нужно лечь на правый бок. Так делать 5 раз через день.

Хорошо восстанавливают клетки печени препараты из расторопши: 1 ч.ложку порошка расторопши залить водой и принимать за 30 минут до еды 3 раза в день. Курс – 1 месяц, через 10 дней его следует повторить. Можно пить отвар овса: стакан овса залить 2 л воды и кипятить 30 минут. Настоять 1 час, пить по стакану 2-3 раза в день. Так делать 2-3 месяца. 

Полезны для печени диетические блюда из тыквы, лесная земляника, нежирный творог – все это нужно есть по 100 г каждый день. 

Больную печень нельзя греть, противопоказаны сауны и парилка. 



VezunchikI: Нежнеишие куриные котлеты с хрустящей корочкой снаружи и соком внутри   


Это цитата сообщения РИМИДАЛ Оригинальное сообщениеНежнеишие куриные котлеты с хрустящей корочкой снаружи и соком внутри

Нежнеишие куриные котлеты с хрустящей корочкой снаружи и соком внутри

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Сверху "панцирь", а внутри - много-много вкуса.

Привет, друзья! :) Это вариация на тему пожарских котлет. Вариация, потому что не знаю, как правильно готовят пожарские котлеты, зато вот эти котлеты всегда получаются на отлично.

На гарнир к ним подойдут, наверное, любые овощи. Или картофельное пюре.

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Сок из такой котлет сам вытекает, когда ее разрезаешь. Даже никакой соус не нужен.

Размер котлет выбирайте сами. Я делаю большие котлеты - один окорок, одна котлета. Но можно сделать и две. В таком случае батон для сухарей режьте мельче и меньше времени доводите котлеты до готовности в духовке.

Как готовить:

С окорочков снять филе и измельчить вместе с луком. Если у вас есть мясорубка - сделайте на ней. У меня ее нет, поэтому ножом. Курицу будет очень легко измельчить, если она будет чуть подморожена. В это же время можно отправить в духовку на 180 градусов порезанный небольшими кубиками батон без корочки.

На фото зубочистка - для масштаба. Чем мельче порубите фарш, тем плотнее будет котлета.
На фото зубочистка - для масштаба. Чем мельче порубите фарш, тем плотнее будет котлета.

Посолите и поперчите фарш и хорошо выместите вместе с луком. Теперь очень важный момент - замороженное сливочное масло. Его следует натереть в фарш на самой мелкой терке. Немного, на один окорочок примерно 35-45 граммов масла. И снова перемешать.

Наверное, весь фокус - в масле.
Наверное, весь фокус - в масле.

Затем сформировать котлету, уложить ее на слой сухарей и слегка придавить - сухари намертво прилипнуть к фаршу. То же самое сделать со второй стороной.

Можно поливать котлету маслом, пока она жарится.
Можно поливать котлету маслом, пока она жарится.

Обжарить в масле на сильном огне по паре минут с каждой стороны. Задача - запечатать внутри соки, и сделать корочку. Можно поливать раскаленным маслом котлету, пока она жарится на другой стороне. По две минуты с каждой стороны будет достаточно.

Финал - духовка.
Финал - духовка.

И довести на 180 градусах в духовке - большая котлета приготовится за 30-35 минут, вдвое меньшая - за 20 минут. 

Получается плотная и невероятно сочная котлета.

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Куриная ножка, половина маленькой луковицы, замороженное сливочное масло, батон, соль и перец, растительное масло для обжарки.




VezunchikI: Пирог "Быстро, просто, вкусно"   


Это цитата сообщения РИМИДАЛ Оригинальное сообщениеПирог "Быстро, просто, вкусно"

Пирог "Быстро, просто, вкусно"

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Valushok---хочу поделиться с вами рецептом необыкновенного пирога, простого в приготовлении, с которым справится даже начинающая хозяюшка, минимум продуктов, максимум удовольствия. Тесто из трех компонентов, без яиц, очень нежное. В процессе приготовления получается с золотистой корочкой. Начинка из двух видов лука сведет с ума даже тех, кто не любит лук. В процессе приготовления верх пирога с копченым колбасным сыром покрывается красивой корочкой и источает такой аромат, что сбегаются все соседи. А муж, придя с работы, с порога спрашивает:"А чем это у нас так вкусно пахнет?" Попробовав этот пирог один раз, будете готовить его снова и снова.

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Время приготовления:

Рецепт «Пирог "Быстро, просто, вкусно"»:

Приготовим необходимые продукты.

Сметану размешаем с размягченным маслом.
Добавим муку. Замесим тесто.

Тесто получается мягкое, очень нежное.
Положим его в пакет и уберем в холодильник на 30 минут.

Лук почистим, нарежем, лучше всего, полукольцами,
я спешила и нарезала иначе.

Притушим лук в сотейнике до мягкости и прозрачности.

Выложим лук на сито, чтобы стекло лишнее масло.
Зеленый лук нарежем.
Сыр колбасный натрем на крупной терке.

Тесто достанем из холодильника и выложим в форму, формируя бортики. Я выкладываю тесто на пергамент для выпечки, чтобы легче было извлекать корж из формы.
Форма у меня диаметром 24 см.

На тесто первым слоем выкладываем притушенный репчатый лук.

Вторым слоем кладем зеленый лук.

Третьим слоем кладем натертый колбасный сыр. Впрочем, сыр можно заранее не измельчать на терке, а натереть непосредственно на пирог.

Для заливки пирога сметану взбить с яйцами.

Присолим слегка сметанно-яичную смесь.

Зальем сверху начинку.
Запекаем при 180 градусах 30 минут.

Угощайтесь, друзья, пирог готов.
В процессе запекания копченый колбасный сыр источает такой аромат, что очень хочется побыстрее попробовать кусочек пирога.

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Очень вкусно, ароматно.

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Maintenance Technician - GEORGIA-PACIFIC - Lovell, WY   


Experience using a Computerized Maintenance Manufacturing System (CMMS). Experience troubleshooting and repairing hydraulic and pneumatics systems.
From Koch Industries, Inc. - Mon, 21 Oct 2019 20:58:26 GMT - View all Lovell, WY jobs


Electrical Technician - GEORGIA-PACIFIC - Lovell, WY   


Experience utilizing a computerized maintenance management system. Recording work results and parts usage in the computerized maintenance management system.
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Electrical and Instrumentation (E&I) Technician - GEORGIA-PACIFIC - Lovell, WY   


Installing electrical equipment and systems. Experience installing, maintaining, troubleshooting and repairing electrical power and control systems.
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Conducting periodic review and analysis of the inventory including but not limited to cycle counting, slow moving and obsolete reviews, criticality and min/max…
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Administrative Assistant - GEORGIA-PACIFIC - Lovell, WY   


Ability to adapt to and quickly learn new systems. Our performance-based compensation system allows motivated employees to earn accelerated increases, annual…
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Assist Plant Manager in the development and the implementation of the Corporate Environmental Management System (7-Element Risk Management System), as well as…
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Maintenance Supervisor - GEORGIA-PACIFIC - Lovell, WY   


Experience using a Computerized Maintenance Manufacturing System (CMMS). Who is Georgia-Pacific?Watch to find out! A Day In The Life Typically Includes:
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Georgia voter: I do not recognize Republican party of today   


CNN's Martin Savidge speaks with Georgia voters to discuss the impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump.


73rd Anniversary Special Prix Fixe Menu in November - Clearman's Steak N Stein   


Steak ’n Stein Inn is celebrating its 73rd anniversary with a special Prix Fixe Dinner for $46 per person throughout November to commemorate when it opened in 1946.

The menu begins with a choice of soup of the day or house salad, cabbage salad and Clearman’s Cheese Bread. Entrée choices are 16 oz. Prime Rib, Petite Filet and King Crab or Teriyaki Mahi Mahi with Mango Island Salsa, each served with giant Idaho baked potato prepared tableside with all the fixings. Dessert choices are Chocolate Rum Sundae or Chocolate Mousse Cake.

Steak ’n Stein is located at 9545 E. Whittier Blvd., Pico Rivera, just blocks west of the 605 freeway. Ample free parking can be found to the rear of the restaurant. Lunch is served
seven days a week from 11:30 a.m.-3 p.m. and Prix Fixe Brunch is available on Sundays from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Groups and special events are welcomed. For more information and reservations, call 562-699-4716 or visit


Robotics and Hands-on Learning Improve Middle-School Confidence   


Good article from
"How hands-on learning improves middle-school confidence"

Aaron Maurer
"...the endangered species at the core of this workshop is the engaged student."
“Saving the Endangered Species.” That’s the name of a full-day workshop I’ve been leading with educators.

I’m not a biologist, however. I’m an educator. And the endangered species at the core of this workshop is the engaged student. How do we find, rescue and cultivate engaged students today, especially at the middle school and high school levels where so many kids check out?

As students come up through the school system and start to approach middle school, we tend to frontload their classroom experience with pressure. Take these notes. Read this chapter. Take this test.

There is pressure coming at them from other angles too. These are the years when students are going through a lot of change — changes in schedule, changes in their bodies, changes in their friends and social groups.

It’s a time when their vulnerability is high, and the effects of a perceived failure in an activity can take on magnified meaning. I often hear kids say, “I’m not good at music.” Or math. Or basketball. They start to self-select out of subjects and programs. Their confidence at this age can be fragile.
This is especially true with subjects that have a reputation for being “hard,” including math and engineering. A recent survey from Harris Interactive in partnership with LEGO Education found that just one in five kids said they feel “very confident” when it comes to STEAM subjects.

Raising confidence in STEAM can be especially difficult because if a student fails a math test, they tend to conclude they are just innately bad at math. Their confidence wavers, and if they experience disapproval of that failure from peers or parents, they may try to avoid the subject entirely, fearing the risk of repeating those experiences. The same survey revealed that 47% of students say they avoid subjects where they have failed before.

There’s another big change that happens in education once we hit middle school, and I don’t think it’s a coincidence. Schools start to slide away from hands-on learning right around third grade, when standardized testing begins to take hold in the mindset of educators and schools. Most critically, you see this shift at that sensitive middle school level. With so much going on at this stage of learning, we must find a way to keep that physical, tactile, experiential learning space and culture going at the secondary level.

Hands-on learning — learning through building, through trial and error, through collaboration — has the power to engage kids in a way that lectures and worksheets simply don’t. Getting hands-on with a challenge or a task allows them to explore and realize there isn’t just one answer. It allows them to experience failure in a healthy way and realize that failing at a task is a natural part of the learning process and does not mean a subject is out of their reach.

Then there’s that all-important sense of accomplishment. It’s a rush when you build a robot and it moves for the first time. When something doesn’t work and kids have the opportunity to troubleshoot and make it work, you can see their confidence light up.

In my teaching days, I gravitated toward solutions that allowed my middle school students the freedom to build and create on their own, and that’s the direction I point administrators and teachers today. Although there are many out-of-the-box projects available, I advise teachers who themselves are often building confidence in STEAM subjects to find ones that let students come up with their own ideas.

How to go about bringing hands-on learning into the classroom is a question every district and school has to decide for themselves. It all starts with your learning space and the culture you’ve created. The same research found that 95% of teachers believe that hands-on builds confidence, yet 4 in 10 say it’s not typical at their schools.

It truly is amazing what can happen if you just give kids a challenge or a good prompt and allow them to take their own ideas and put them into practice. The struggle can be just as valuable as the success. By getting hands-on in middle school and beyond, we can start to move away from some of the pressure that’s causing confidence and engagement to decline today, and infuse learning with a state of wonder, trial and error, and challenge and solution..."

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Experience with resolution and firmness to take charge of environmental matters and direct others’ activities as needed. A Day In The Life Typically Includes:
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The 27 Best Concerts in Portland: November 7-20   


Cher! Brittany Howard! Summer Walker! Blitzen Trapper! by Mercury EverOut Staff


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You don’t listen to the music of Seefeel—you submerge yourself in it. Each release by the UK quartet—four full-lengths and a bunch of EPs—is constructed from the usual rock-group elements: guitar, bass, drums, keyboard, and vocals. But from those pieces, the group bends and manipulates every sound with delicious indulgence, generating lush, balmy compositions that hang thickly in the air.

In Seefeel’s earliest incarnation, albums like 1993’s Quique and 1995’s Succour fell into an amorphous zone where shoegaze and the earliest blushes of EDM found common cause—the same place where groups like My Bloody Valentine and Curve were planting their flags. Led by core members Mark Clifford and Sarah Peacock, Seefeel were, by contrast, much softer and lighter. (Clifford also makes wonderful electronic rackets on his own and in the duo Oto Hiax; Peacock works with the more dance-oriented outfit Scala.) Their immersive, foggy material brought in the influence of dub reggae, Brian Eno’s ambient compositions, and the sleek futurism of Tokyo’s “environmental music” movement.

After a 1996 album, (CH-VOX), recorded for Aphex Twin’s label, tensions within the group split Seefeel apart for the better part of a decade. But an invite to play an anniversary party for Warp Records and a reissue of Quique in ’07 got Clifford and Peacock speaking and collaborating again, bringing in a new rhythm section comprised of former Boredoms members Iida Kazuhisa and bassist Shigeru Ishihara to complete the picture.

The subsequent years have hardened Seefeel’s sound, as evidenced by their 2008 self-titled album. The drum tracks are rigid and spare, and the music surrounding them is glitchy and agitated. It’s a reflection, perhaps, of our anxious modern age, but one that still slots in well with the evolution of their aesthetic as individuals and as a group. (Thurs Nov 7, 9 pm, Star Theater, 13 NW 6th, $25; w/Patricia Wolf, Wild Card) ROBERT HAM


Little Hurricane
With the weather growing colder and the sun going down earlier, now is the perfect time for discovering new music at home, especially when the artist in question—dirty blues band Little Hurricane—provides ideal background music for nocturnal snuggling on the couch. Their minimalist blues-rock has been the soundtrack of five Taco Bell commercials, which, as a cheap-burrito lover, almost makes me love the San Diego duo even more. The only thing better than a Friday night is one spent listening to Little Hurricane’s lo-fi sounds. Check out songs like “Haunted Heart,” “Sun Sets West,” and “Give ’Em Hell,” and prepare yourself for one mother of a staycation. (Fri Nov 8, 9 pm, Doug Fir Lounge, 830 E Burnside, $20-23) KATHERINE MORGAN

Mikal Cronin, Shannon Lay
Mikal Cronin possess the uncanny knack for penning effortless-sounding pop gems. On his fourth record, Seeker, he mines his self-introspection and the comeback from a bad case of writer’s block with convincing aplomb, conjuring Tom Petty melodies on the single “Show Me” with help from Ty Segall’s Freedom Band (of which he is a card-carrying member). There’s a lot of inferno-inspired writing coming out of California following last year’s devastating wildfires, and Seeker is no different, exploring ideas of rebirth from destruction. Cronin seems a gentle soul armed with the ability to pull wisdom from a chaotic world. (Fri Nov 8, 9 pm, Mississippi Studios, 3939 N Mississippi, $15-17) RYAN J. PRADO



Yung Bae, Birocratic
Read our story on Yung Bae. (Sat Nov 9, 9 pm & Sun Nov 10, 7 pm, Holocene, 1001 SE Morrison, Sat sold out, Sun $15-17)

Robert Forster
The last time Robert Forster was in the Northwest, it was as a member of the Go-Betweens, performing in Seattle in 2005 during what would become that venerable pop group’s final tour. (Forster’s longtime musical partner Grant McLennan suddenly passed away a year later.) Much has happened in Forster’s life since then, including a regular gig as a music critic, an impassioned memoir about his work with McLennan, and three fantastic solo albums. His most recent, Inferno, finds Forster in peak form, with a folk-pop backing band, ambling through his back pages and unblinkingly facing his waning years with grace. (Sat Nov 9, 8 pm, Mississippi Studios, 3939 N Mississippi, $22-25) ROBERT HAM


Blitzen Trapper, The Parson Red Heads
The experimental folk-country monster pairing of Blitzen Trapper and the Parson Red Heads alone would make for a formidable evening at Revolution Hall, but tonight’s all-ages, fully seated show has a more philanthropic bent. The concert will benefit Do Good Multnomah, a local nonprofit working to assist veterans with housing by way of “relationship-building, one-on-one engagement, supportive services, and direct community participation.” Both bands are staples of Portland’s psych-oriented roots-rock scene and have transcended the city’s confines with their last several albums. Check them out and help a good cause at the same time. (Sun Nov 10, 7 pm, Revolution Hall, 1300 SE Stark, all ages, $30) RYAN J. PRADO


June of 44, Belonging
June of 44 disbanded soon after perfecting their squirrelly amalgam of post-rock and post-hardcore on 1999’s Anahata. For listeners of a certain (suddenly somehow old) age, the band’s return will trigger flashbacks to a time when it was illegal to make a student film without at least one Tortoise song on its soundtrack, but June of 44’s unexpected reunion promises to be more than a nostalgia trip. They were always a little too restive and mercurial to settle into a groove, so even a pitch-perfect recreation of their glory days will be nervy enough to light up the now. (Mon Nov 11, 7:30 pm, Star Theater, 13 NW 6th, $22-25) CHRIS STAMM



Son Little
Son Little has been making musical alchemy ever since releasing his debut EP in 2014. But on his early work, including his 2015 self-titled debut, you can hear Little only beginning to refine his unique sound—a mix of soul, blues, and electronica—which he’d come close to perfecting on 2017’s brilliant sophomore album New Magic. For his new EP, Invisible, Little traveled to Paris’ famed Studios Ferber, and the six new songs show the multi-instrumentalist and singer still continuing to develop and experiment with his craft. Tonight’s show at the Old Church isn’t to be missed; this preacher’s son is sure to give a sanctified and transcendent performance. (Wed Nov 13, 8 pm, the Old Church, 1422 SW 11th, $20-25) SANTI ELIJAH HOLLEY

Bea Miller, Kah-Lo, Kennedi
Popping onto the scene as a 13-year-old X-Factor contestant with a jaw-dropping voice, Bea Miller is all grown up (at the age of 20) both physically and emotionally. Her voice has matured as well, with a full, husky, and soulful sound that drops into radio-ready dance club jams with little effort. But there’s depth in her lyrics as well, as exemplified by songs from her sophomore album Aurora, which showcase her deep moods about problematic relationships (“Burning Bridges”), slut-shaming (“S.L.U.T.”), and ultimately self-love (“Repercussions”). If you’re a complicated person with complicated feelings, Miller is on your team, stylishly and confidently pushing all the right emotional buttons. (Wed Nov 13, 8:30 pm, Wonder Ballroom, 128 NE Russell, all ages, $18-75) WM. STEVEN HUMPHREY


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Summer Walker
Atlanta-born singer/songwriter Summer Walker has become R&B’s newest “It Girl” on the heels of her single “Girls Need Love” (along with a Drake remix), and her outstanding studio debut Over It. Vocally speaking, Walker’s appropriately titled project is basically flawless. There are obvious standouts, like “Playing Games” featuring Bryson Tiller, “Wasted,” and “Come Thru” which both samples and features Usher. Another notable release is an older cut, “Session 32,” which Walker sometimes likes to perform on acoustic guitar. And from the sounds of her live performances online, she tends to sound identical to the record. If you’re into the sex-positivity of Megan THEE Stallion and like well-seasoned R&B vocals riding on a trap beat (à la H.E.R. and Ella Mai), Summer Walker’s impeccable soul-singing is right up your alley. (Thurs Nov 14, 8:30 pm, Crystal Ballroom, 1332 W Burnside, all ages, $35-39.50) JENNI MOORE

Hustle and Drone, Karma Rivera, Kileo
It’s been five years since Portland-based electro-pop band Hustle and Drone released its debut full-length album, Holyland. At one point, members Ryan Neighbors and Andy Black thought they’d made major progress on a follow-up effort, with 25 songs written over a two-year period. But when producer Sonny DiPerri heard them, his response—described by the band only as “tough love”—prompted the duo to scrap everything and start over from scratch. This time, their work turned into an actual album, What an Uproar, which finds Hustle and Drone exploring a very moody take on synth and beat-driven electro-pop. Upbeat but not cheerful, catchy but not effusive, What an Uproar is a collection of dark and danceable bummer-songs that befit our times. (Thurs Nov 14, 9 pm, Bunk Bar, 1028 SE Water, $7) BEN SALMON

Rodney Crowell, Joe Robinson
Among a particular school of songwriters, Rodney Crowell is country music royalty. His place in the Nashville firmament was secured by not only the run of number one singles he scored in 1988-89 (all from his album Diamonds & Dirt), but also his work with Emmylou Harris and lesser known masterpieces like “Voilà, an American Dream” and “Stars on the Water.” With that pedigree, Crowell should be headlining a much bigger venue than the Alberta Rose Theatre. But rather than gripe about that, let’s instead revel in the fact that we’ll get to experience his intimate songs in an appropriately intimate setting. (Thurs Nov 14, 8 pm, Alberta Rose Theatre, 3000 NE Alberta, all ages, $35-55) ROBERT HAM


Death Valley Girls, Crocodiles, Kate Clover
Death Valley Girls creates fuzzed-out, overdriven, guitar-heavy rock ’n’ roll that owes just as much to riot grrrl pioneers like Bikini Kill as to proto-punk icons like the Stooges and Dead Boys. Formed in 2013 by guitarist Larry Schemel and frontwoman Bonnie Bloomgarden, the LA band has released only a few albums, including their 2014 Burger Records debut, Street Venom, but their new single, “Dream Cleaver,” released this August on Suicide Squeeze, might be their catchiest work yet, proving that their best material is still ahead of them. For proof of their proto-punk credentials, check out their 2018 music video for “Disaster (Is What We’re After),” starring a very bemused-looking Iggy Pop eating a hamburger. (Thurs Nov 14, 9 pm, Mississippi Studios, 3939 N Mississippi, $13-15) SANTI ELIJAH HOLLEY



Brother Ali, Evidence
The beauty of hip-hop’s multifaceted evolution over the past couple of decades is that there’s something out there for everyone. If, for example, sing-song pop-hop or slurry Soundcloud rap isn’t your thing, you can dig into artists like Brother Ali and Evidence, two skilled MCs connected to respected indie hip-hop label Rhymesayers Entertainment. Ali is the better known of the two, thanks to a two-decade career built around his thoughtful, soft-spoken style and his social activism. His most recent album All the Beauty in This Whole Life is another banger in an incredibly consistent catalog. Evidence’s sound is more aggressive, both in its lyrical content and its beats. He came up with LA’s Dilated Peoples, one of the giants of the ’90s underground, but he ain’t falling off: His most recent album Weather or Not was one of the best releases of 2018, regardless of genre. (Fri Nov 15, 8 pm, Hawthorne Theatre, 1507 SE Cesar E Chavez, all ages, $22-26) BEN SALMON

Amy Rigby
In my dream Coachella-style music festival, Amy Rigby would be the big headliner. She’s certainly got the talent and the tunes to command an audience of thousands. Just give a spin to her spotless 1996 debut album Diary of a Mod Housewife or her equally perfect 2018 release The Old Guys, records that are brimming with chiming power-pop tunes and Rigby’s arch yet sensitive worldview. As it is, Rigby will be bringing her inestimable skills to the much smaller confines of Turn! Turn! Turn! to perform some tunes and read from her recently published memoir Girl to City. (Fri Nov 15, 8 pm, Turn! Turn! Turn!, 8 NE Killingsworth, $10-12) ROBERT HAM

Sallie Ford, Weezy Ford, Mike Coykendall
Read our record review of Sugarcane by Weezy Ford. (Fri Nov 15, 9 pm, Mississippi Studios, 3939 N Mississippi, $20-24)


Sea Caves, Lee and the Bees, Jame Doe
After being nearly finished writing and recording their latest record, founding Sea Caves member Shiloh Halsey fired himself as lead singer, and the group searched for someone new to front the band. Having recently reformed with singer Sydney Rohrs, at the helm, Portland dream-pop five-piece Sea Caves is set to release Across the Water, their follow-up to 2016’s easily likeable Bright Forest. Across the Water (out November 15) comes after two excellent singles, “Dart” and “Birds”—and the rest of the album is just as pleasant. The 10-track project embraces change in spite of the inevitable discomfort that typically accompanies it. (Sat Nov 16, 9 pm, Bunk Bar, 1028 SE Water, $10) JENNI MOORE

Ulthar, Tithe, Hungers
Oakland’s Ulthar are the musical equivalent of some ethereal being from an H.P. Lovecraft story; a grotesque sin against nature, dripping goo from its unreasonable amount of appendages and eyeballs, handily exposing mankind’s flaws with its ancient knowledge and biological superiority. Ulthar is scathing, ever dissonant, and, depending on which side of the creature you’re hearing, straight death metal, black metal, or even crust. And wouldn’t you know it, upon further research, their lyrical themes are Lovecraft-inspired as well. Sound, meet context. The band formed in 2014, releasing their first full-length Cosmovore last year. Seeing as how this monster is in the early gestation period, you can expect Ulthar to get even stranger and more dangerous. (Sat Nov 16, 9 pm, High Water Mark Lounge, 6800 NE MLK, $12) ARIS HUNTER WALES



Devon Welsh, Sorry Girls
Devon Welsh’s voice is a little miracle, a consoling gift akin to dawn light streaming through a lover’s window or the smell of rain on hot concrete. It’s hard to describe how a voice like this echoes inside of the listener. It is a presence, not a force. And thank god. There is too much force in the world and not enough presence. There are too few subtle sharpenings of time and space, too few voices like Welsh’s, which seems more poured than pushed, something purified and released back into the world from which it came, where it will dirty itself once again. It is the sound of being alive inside a self that is inside something too huge to comprehend. (Sun Nov 17, 8 pm, Mississippi Studios, 3939 N Mississippi, $12-14) CHRIS STAMM

The Preservation Hall Jazz Band
The 56-year-old Preservation Hall Jazz Band embodies the best of New Orleans’ slightly sloshy French Quarter: the music. A cornerstone of the city’s jazz scene, Preservation Hall’s upbeat, brassy tunes sound plucked from a Frenchmen Street second line procession. So It Is (2017), the septet’s second album containing all-original melodies, infuses the band’s historic jazz tunes with Afro-Cuban beats, adding to Preservation Hall’s magical ability to transform melodies into a layered history of New Orleans. Now the prolific band is touring in support of their new record A Tuba to Cuba, out on November 29. Their recent main-stage set at Pickathon was worthy of all the standing ovations, and their upcoming show, while indoors, should be just as marvelous. (Sun Nov 17, 8 pm, Revolution Hall, 1300 SE Stark, all ages, $26-109) ALEX ZIELINSKI

Big Freedia, Low Cut Connie
New Orleans bounce artist Big Freedia comes to Portland quite a bit. Most recently, Freedia played a wild, twerk-forward opening set at the Roseland while on her joint tour with fellow NOLA act Tank and the Bangas. Freedia is known for her high-energy live shows, and inviting a bunch of audience members on stage, where they can present their best twerking skills while Freedia hypes them up. Having toured with other contrasting acts like LCD Soundsystem and the Postal Service, Freedia’s current tour with roots rockers Low Cut Connie should come as no surprise. (Sun Nov 17, 8:30 pm, Wonder Ballroom, 128 N Russell, $25-28) JENNI MOORE


Cher, Nile Rogers and Chic
If you were wondering if Cher, now 73, is ever going to stop performing—she’s not. Cher is a goddamn juggernaut of energy, hits, and sass that will outlast the final cockroach crawling on Earth after climate change has burned the rest of us to a crisp. She will rise out of whatever ashes are left, surrounded by sequined flames, looking FABULOUS, and rocketing into the stratosphere singing, “Do you BELIEVE in life after love?” And as she and her gorgeous contralto voice soars, hurtling headlong into space, she’ll still be tweeting sweet shit-talk at Donald Trump, and plotting her fifth comeback (YES, FIFTH—LOOK IT THE FUCK UP) eventually landing in some galaxy far, far away, ready to entertain and delight every person, alien, or thing that is lucky enough to be in her glorious path—just as she has for the past 44 years. Nile Rogers and Chic (“Le Freak,” “Good Times”) are fortunate enough to be sharing this bill (those lucky sons of bitches). (Tues Nov 19, 7:30 pm, Moda Center, 1 N Winning Way, all ages, $27-647) WM. STEVEN HUMPHREY

Liturgy, Truck, U SCO
Like foie gras and Snickers and amusement parks, Liturgy songs are deeply satisfying until the second you’ve had enough, at which point you just want to bail and not think about having a body and brain anymore. This is not a knock on band mastermind Hunter Hunt-Hendrix’s boundary-nudging black metal. His compositions mess with the cloistered world of extreme music in rewarding ways, but they can be kind of a lot. Take this not as a warning but as a promise: Liturgy will push you past the line between too much and way too much, and you’ll definitely feel it in the morning. (Tues Nov 19, 9 pm, Twilight Cafe & Bar, 1420 SE Powell, $12) CHRIS STAMM



Julia Jacklin, Christian Lee Hutson
Anyone present at either of Julia Jacklin’s Pickathon performances this past summer (but especially her Treeline Stage set) are keenly aware of the Australian artist’s hypnotic stranglehold on timeless folk songwriting. Her 2019 sophomore record, Crushing, catapulted her into the echelon of Aussies/Kiwis apparently plotting to take over the singer/songwriter world (along with Courtney Barnett, Aldous Harding, and Stella Donnelly, to name a few). “Crushing” is a great descriptor for Jacklin’s easy-breezy pop tunes, too, like the driving, heavy-lidded “Head Alone” or the more raucous “Pressure to Party.” Give her a great welcome back to Oregon tonight in the cozy Aladdin. (Wed Nov 20, 8 pm, Aladdin Theater, 3017 SE Milwaukie, all ages, $18-22) RYAN J PRADO

Alessandro Cortini
Best known as the keyboard player in Nine Inch Nails and the frontman for electronic-alternative band SONOIO, Alessandro Cortini is coming to shake things up at Holocene. Strangely, Cortini’s solo artistry is almost unheard of, which makes describing why you should see this show harder than normal. Cortini’s an artist who cares about his craft; every note is calculated, but only you can determine how they are deciphered. Attending a Cortini show almost feels intimate, but he is a master of tone and bass, so even when you feel alone, it will warm your soul to know that you aren’t. Get out on the dance floor and get ready to have your mind blown. (Wed Nov 20, 8 pm, Holocene, 1001 SE Morrison, $18-20) KATHERINE MORGAN


CRITIC’S PICK: Brittany Howard
Brittany Howard has more than proven herself as a leader in the retro-soul movement. After two critically acclaimed albums with roots-rock band Alabama Shakes (2012’s Boys & Girls and 2015’s Grammy-winning Sound & Color), singer/songwriter Brittany Howard dropped her solo studio debut Jaime in September. On this new album, Howard has full artistic control and pushes the envelope of soul music with an authentic, modern angle that doesn’t shy away from the vulnerable or political. The stunning record is a testament to Howard’s expert vocal control, and its songs reveal that she’s done her fair share of soul-searching—where do I even start? Lead single “History Repeats” was already exceptional, but the vintage-sounding “Stay High” has become one of my favorite (and most applicable) love songs of 2019. (Howard also recently released a gorgeous video of her performing a stripped-down, acoustic version of the song in a rural New Mexico setting, and it’s a master class in musicianship.) Other highlights include... the entire fucking thing, but especially “He Loves Me,” “Goat Head,” the weary “13th Century Metal,” and “Georgia.” As Howard explained during her recent performance on NPR’s Tiny Desk Concert series, “Georgia” was written from “the perspective of being a little young Black gay girl having a crush on an older Black girl, and not knowing how to tell her, or what to say or how I was feeling.” The song starts with a sweetly sung chorus that repeats “I just want Georgia to notice me,” and then Howard opens each verse as if she’s addressing a letter to the titular character, crooning the familiar melody of “Georgia on My Mind” for just a moment. Howard’s careful and tender vocalizations beautifully express her feelings of uncertainty during the song’s climax: (“Is it unnatural?/Georgia, is it cool?/I wanna tell you that I love you”); but it’s the exquisite, mounting sound of organ keys and a swelling guitar solo that make the love confession song a full-blown masterpiece. From watching all the videos of her recent live sessions, it’s hard to determine whether Howard and her band sounds better live or recorded, but her upcoming gig at the Roseland will give Portlanders a chance to decide for themselves. (Wed Nov 20, 8 pm, Roseland Theater, 8 NW 6th, all ages, $54.50-69.50, w/Georgia Anne Muldrow) JENNI MOORE

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Iowa Ranks #18 In First College Football Playoff Rankings   


Rankings ahoy! The College Football Playoff rankings, the first set of college football rankings that actually matter (even if they won't really matter until about a month from now) were released on Tuesday night and Iowa was represented. The Hawkeyes checked in at #18... exactly the same as the AP and Coaches Polls

CFP rankings - week 10 2019

This is the third straight season that Iowa has appeared in the CFP rankings at least once and the fourth time in the last five seasons. Obviously, with two losses, Iowa's odds of making the College Football Playoff are extremely remote -- they'd need to win their last four regular season games, beat Ohio State or Penn State in the Big Ten Championship Game, and get quite a bit of help in terms of other results -- but the CFP rankings aren't just about the Playoff. The rankings are also used to determine the match-ups for the other New Year's Six bowls. As Mike noted in the bowl projections, due to the rotation of the Playoff bowls and the conference contracts with the New Year's Six bowls, there are fewer at-large spots than normal, which will complicate Iowa's hopes of getting one. There's really just one thing Iowa can do: keep winning and see how things turn out. 

Meanwhile, the overall College Football Playoff rankings had a few surprises at the top of the rankings. 

1 Ohio State
3 Alabama
4 Penn State
5 Clemson
6 Georgia
7 Oregon
8 Utah
9 Oklahoma
10 Florida
11 Auburn
12 Baylor
13 Wisconsin
14 Michigan
15 Notre Dame
16 Kansas State
17 Minnesota
18 Iowa
19 Wake Forest
20 Cincinnati
21 Memphis
22 Boise State
23 Oklahoma State
24 Navy
25 SMU

Ohio State appearing at #1 atop the rankings is notable for a few reasons -- one, the AP and Coaches Polls had LSU and Alabama there, and two, it's the first time ever a Big Ten team has been ranked #1 in the College Football Playoff rankings at any point. (Ohio State won the Playoff in 2014, but they were never #1 in those rankings.) In fact, it's the first time a team that wasn't from the SEC or the ACC has been ranked #1 in the CFP rankings. 

The rankings include two Big Ten and two SEC teams in the top four and leave defending national champion -- and still undefeated -- Clemson out in the cold, but that doesn't really matter at this point. LSU and Alabama -- #2 and #3 here -- are set to play this week and Ohio State and Penn State -- #1 and #4 -- will play in two weeks. So those teams in the top four are going to eat some losses and provide opportunities for teams below them to move up. If Clemson runs the table in the ACC, they'll be one of the Top Four and in the Playoff.

Georgia at #6 raises the specter of the SEC getting two teams into the Playoff again; if they win out and beat LSU/Bama in the SEC Championship Game, then the Dawgs would definitely be in and it's not a stretch to think that the loser of that title game (LSU/Bama) wouldn't fall out of the Top Four, either. The Big Ten also has a decent shot of putting two teams into the Playoff, given the high placement of OSU and PSU here; it really depends how far the loser of that game drops. What that all means is that if you're Utah/Oregon or Oklahoma, you have no margin of error -- and you're going to need some help. 

The Playoff selection committee also showed that they aren't big fans yet of the teams scorned by the "_____ ain't played no one" crowd yet, putting 8-0 Baylor at #12 and 8-0 Minnesota at #17. Both teams will be fine if they take care of business -- they'll face plenty of real tests in November -- but they're not getting any benefit of the doubt for managing the first two months of the season without a loss. 




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The Iowa Hawkeyes escaped BYE week, 10-0, thanks to some stellar defense and Iowa running the ball 60 times for an unbelievable 1.4 YPC. Nate Stanley had another weird game, going 15/34 for 304 yards and an interception. A.J. Epenesa also killed a guy and Iowa actually decided that a large flexible traffic cone was their best option at left guard.

No, but really, all jokes aside, Iowa didn’t play last week so they’re sitting pretty at 6-2 (3-2). A number of Big Ten teams didn’t play last week and the ones that did, well, played in bad games. Michigan moved to 7-2 with a 38-7 win over Maryland, a team that is now 3-6 and has OSU and MSU left on their schedule. You might find this hard to believe but Maryland was actually ranked at one point this season! It’s true! Nebraska’s embarrassment continued in West Lafayette, as they lost 31-27 to a Purdue team that is basically pulling students from the stands to play football. Neither team will likely go bowling.

With losses this week, Rutgers and Northwestern are both eliminated from bowl contention, which is for the best. There is some discussion as to whether or not this Northwestern team has one of the worst offenses of all time. It’s hard to beat the 1981 Northwestern Wildcats, a team that went 0-11, was shutout in five games and averaged 7.5 PPG. Fun fact: Northwestern fielded 5-6 of the worst football teams of all time in like a 10-15-year period in the late 1970’s-1980’s. Rawr!

Indiana, on the other hand, is now 7-2 (4-2), but has Penn State, Michigan and Purdue left on the schedule. Hell of the season for the Hoosiers but it’s looking like 8-4 and, hey, for Indiana, that’s good! Illinois is 5-4 and has Northwestern on the schedule. Whether you like it or not, Illinois appears to be improving under Lovie Smith.

Going Bowling: Ohio State, Penn State, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin.

Enjoying Ro-Tel Queso this Holiday Season: Rutgers, Northwestern.

TBD: Michigan State, Maryland, Illinois, Purdue, Nebraska.

Here's your bowl game info:

  • Four teams are chosen for the College Football Playoff and six bowls rotate for the semifinals: Rose, Sugar, Cotton, Fiesta, Orange, and Peach. The bowls hosting the semifinals this year are the Peach and Fiesta. The National Championship will be played in the Superdome, NOLA, on January 13th.
  • As the Rose Bowl is not hosting a semifinal, if the Big Ten Champion is selected for the College Football Playoff, the next highest ranked team by the CFB Playoff Committee, or the runner-up, will be selected for the Rose Bowl.
  • The highest-ranked champion from the Group of Five mid-majors (AAC, C-USA, MAC, MWC, Sun Belt) is guaranteed a spot in the non-playoff bowls if they fail to make the playoff.
  • The Big Ten has a six-year contract with the eight non-playoff bowl games (through this season). The Big Ten has an eight-year contract with the Pinstripe Bowl (through 2021).
  • I used to say that the Big Ten has a tiered selection process when it comes to selecting teams but I don’t really believe that anymore. Basically, the bowls will choose whoever they want. If you want to rank them in “respectability” you could say: 1) Rose, 2) Orange, 3) Citrus, 4) Holiday, Outback, 5) Pinstripe, Music City/TaxSlayer, and Redbox, 6) Quick Lane and First Responder (formerly known as the Heart of Dallas Bowl)/Armed Forces.
  • As the Orange Bowl is not hosting a Playoff semifinal, a Big Ten team will be eligible, but not guaranteed to play in Miami. 
  • Iowa has played in the following bowls since 2010: Insight, Outback, TaxSlayer, Rose, Outback, Pinstripe, Outback.

Now, the following could be considered “rules” or they could be considered “goals” for bowl games. It isn’t clear whether or not these things are contractual or not. With that explanation given, here are some Iowa-centric “rules”:

  • Iowa technically cannot play in the Outback Bowl following this season. The agreement called for five different teams over a period of six years. Only four teams have played in the Outback Bowl during that timeframe: Iowa, Michigan, Northwestern, and Wisconsin.
  • Dr. Hawks (great name) brought it to my attention that the Music City Bowl and TaxSlayer Bowl agreement stipulates that three Big Ten teams and three ACC teams are to play over a six-year period (which ends following this season). Three Big Ten teams have already played in the Music City Bowl, so it looks like the Music City should be an ACC bowl game this season.
  • If that’s the case, the TaxSlayer Bowl would be a Big Ten game. However, no Big Ten team is to play in the TaxSlayer or Music City Bowl more than once during the term of the agreement. As Iowa played in 2015, they would not be eligible to play in the TaxSlayer Bowl again.
  • The Holiday Bowl has met its five-team “quota” so they can choose whoever they want.
  • The Pinstripe Bowl has a “goal” of eight different teams in eight years and they’re actually on track with zero repeats since 2014. At the very least, they must have six different teams and as they’ve had five, they’ve got a lot of room to choose whoever they can get.

Media Projections:

247 Sports: Holiday, vs. Arizona State

Athlon Sports: Holiday, vs. USC

Bleacher Report: Gator, vs. Kentucky

Brett McMurphy: Holiday, vs. Washington

CBS Sports: Holiday, vs. Arizona State

College Football News: Gator, vs. Kentucky

ESPN (Mark Schlabach): Gator, vs. Tennessee

ESPN (Kyle Bonagura): Gator, vs. Tennessee

SBNation: Holiday, vs. Arizona State

USA Today: Redbox, vs. Washington

Not a lot of movement on the bowl front, as majority of outlets still have the Hawkeyes playing in the Holiday Bowl. You might’ve noticed that their opponent has changed, as I expected, with the Huskies losing 33-28 to my Utah Utes. Now a number of outlets are projecting them to play Arizona State, which would in essence be the ENO BOWL. Maybe Iowa could invite Chris White to be a guest of dishonor and force him to watch what our program missed out on?

Again, assuming those bowl rules are actually “rules,” Iowa cannot play in the TaxSlayer Bowl. Alternatively, if they’re “guidelines,” they could be heading back to Jacksonville to play Tennessee. In no way does that sound appealing. Between Jacksonville and Tennessee fans, the Nebraska fans of the South, I think I’d rather stay home. Or go to San Diego, where the Hawkeyes belong.


POLL PATROL: Iowa At #18 in AP/Coaches Polls   


After a week with so many teams on bye (especially near the top of the polls), it's hardly surprising that there was very little movement in the Top 25 polls this week. But that just means that things are set up for some major games in November, starting this week, which features three ranked vs ranked matchups, headlined by #1 LSU vs #2 Alabama (or #1 Alabama vs #2 LSU, depending on your poll of choice). That and more in the Top 25s below... 


1 LSU (17) 8-0 1479
2 Alabama (21) 8-0 1472
3 Ohio State (17) 8-0 1467
4 Clemson (7) 9-0 1406
5 Penn State 8-0 1306
6 Georgia 7-1 1196
7 Oregon 8-1 1180
8 Utah 8-1 1090
9 Oklahoma 7-1 1045
10 Florida 7-2 938
11 Baylor 8-0 909
12 Auburn 7-2 901
13 Minnesota 8-0 831
14 Michigan 7-2 780
15 Notre Dame 6-2 571
16 Wisconsin 6-2 558
17 Cincinnati 7-1 527
18 Iowa 6-2 491
19 Memphis 8-1 448
20 Kansas State 6-2 364
21 Boise State 7-1 310
22 Wake Forest 7-1 296
23 SMU 8-1 250
24 San Diego State 7-1 87
25 Navy 7-1 83

As noted, not much movement in the Top 25 overall or at the top of the rankings. The top 5 remained unchanged and the big shift Georgia moving up from #8 to #6 and Florida moving down from #6 to #10 after the results of the World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party game on Saturday. Oregon, Utah, and Oklahoma round out the Top 10.

Did you know that the SEC has the highest-ranked undefeated team in the AP Poll (LSU)? And the highest-ranked 1-loss team in the AP Poll (Georgia)? And the highest-ranked 2-loss team in the AP Poll (Florida)? And if you extended the rankings into the Others Receiving Votes category, they'd have the highest-ranked 3-loss team as well (Texas A&M)? Just an observation. 

Baylor has crept up to #11, just outside the Top 10, while the only other undefeated team in FBS is Minnesota, hanging back at #13, behind two 2-loss teams and four 1-loss squads. Now there's no question that Minnesota's schedule has been exceedingly soft so far this year and we'll know much more about them after this week's showdown with #5 Penn State. But at the same point in the season in 2015, Iowa was ranked #9 (and there were still 11 undefeated teams left at that point in 2015; Iowa wasn't the lowest-ranked among them, nor even the lowest-ranked P5 undefeated, as Oklahoma State was 8-0 and ranked #14 at that point). (At a similar point in the season the 2009 Iowa team was ranked #4, although that team had a road win over #5 Penn State on its resume, which was far better than anything on Minnesota's present resume.) We don't need to start liking Minnesota (eww) or think that they're better than they are, but if the tables were turned and Iowa was 8-0 with the same schedule that Minnesota's played and we were ranked #13, we'd probably be playing the DISRESPEKT card right, left, and center. Just food for thought.

Meanwhile, Iowa is actually ranked #18, having moved up a spot in the rankings after SMU's loss to Memphis. That's the second time this season that Iowa has moved up in the rankings despite not playing; once again, the winning move is simply not to play. Aforementioned SMU was the big faller this week, sinking from #15 to #23 after losing a shootout in Memphis on Saturday night. Memphis was the corresponding big gainer, jumping five spots from #24 to #19. And, finally, welcome to the polls, Navy! The Midshipmen are back in the Top 25 at #25. They're one of four American Athletic Conference teams in the Top 25 (along with #17 Cincinnati, #19 Memphis, and #23 SMU), which gives the AAC twice as many teams as the ACC. 


1 Alabama (37) 8-0 1591
2 LSU (11) 8-0 1531
3 Clemson (9) 9-0 1495
4 Ohio State (8) 8-0 1492
5 Penn State 8-0 1361
6 Georgia 7-1 1263
7 Oregon 8-1 1236
8 Oklahoma 7-1 1143
9 Utah 8-1 1111
10 Baylor 8-0 980
11 Florida 7-2 941
12 Auburn 7-2 914
13 Minnesota 8-0 880
14 Michigan 7-2 746
15 Notre Dame 6-2 660
16 Wisconsin 6-2 591
17 Cincinnati 7-1 549
18 Iowa 6-2 527
19 Memphis 8-1 418
20 Wake Forest 7-1 392
21 Boise State 7-1 388
22 Kansas State 6-2 265
23 SMU 8-1 235
24 San Diego State 7-1 105
25 Navy 7-1 92

The Coaches Poll has the same teams in the Top 9 as the AP, but in a slightly different order. They have Alabama ahead of LSU in the top two spots and Clemson ahead of Ohio State in the next two spots. They also have Oklahoma ahead of Utah at 8/9, while the AP has the reverse there. 

Most of the other differences between the AP and Coaches Poll this week are pretty minor as well. For the first time all season (I think) both polls each have the same group of 25 teams; they just have them ordered slightly differently. Iowa is again the #18 team here, though, two spots behind Wisconsin (this week's opponent) at #16. 

Per the computers, Iowa is #18 in the Massey composite rankings, #16 in the Sagarin ratings, #17 in the FPI rankings, and #21 in the SP+ rankings. (And, incidentally, the computers dislike Minnesota even more than the human pollsters do...)


Trini artist for Atlanta exhibition   


THE WORK of Trinidadian artist Andrea McKenzie has been recognised with an award in Atlanta, Georgia, US, and will also be displayed this month in the Atlanta Mayor's Gallery.

McKenzie, who is based in Atlanta, recently won the 2019 I am Black, I am Power, Art and Creativity award from the Black People United Global Network with "Black" being an acronym for Beautiful Living Ancestors Controlling Kingdoms Irreplaceable Amazing Melanin.

The founder and CEO of Black People United Global Network, Dr Angela Harris, said the body, which was founded in December 2015, seeks to "strategically honour people of all nationalities and religions in the black race from all around the world.

"Our mission is to collectively come together under one roof to give recognition to well-deserving individuals who have gone above and beyond to help the relevancy of our image as a race to have a positive influence on our families, communities and business through their God-given gifts and talents."

[caption id="attachment_794566" align="alignnone" width="742"] Atlanta, Georgia-based Trinidadian artist Andrea McKenzie with her award I am Black, I am Power, I am Creativity from the Black People United Network with a portrait of the group's CEO and founder Dr Angela Harris. -[/caption]

McKenzie told Newsday via e-mail that she was nominated anonymously for the award.

"I felt honoured to be recognised amongst thousands of artists in the city of Atlanta, Georgia. I always work hard towards perfecting my craft and achieving my goals. Receiving this award brought great fulfilment and pride to be able to represent my country internationally in the arts."

McKenzie's work was also selected by the mayor of Atlanta, Keisha Lance Bottoms, to be exhibited at the Mayor's Gallery, City Hall, Atlanta, from November 14- January 4 in a dual exhibition called SANKOFA (go back and get it).

"I'm very excited to be given this amazing opportunity."

The exhibit will feature ten pieces from McKenzie of mixed media including glass, acrylic, resin, glitter and cowrie shells. She said her new, unique style is giving her the breakthrough, "as no one is doing it in Georgia."

[caption id="attachment_794568" align="alignnone" width="481"] The piece I Am by Andrea McKenzie. -[/caption]

Atlanta's Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs (OCA), in an online post, announced the exhibition by McKenzie and Ghana-born artist Alfred Addo. The joint exhibition commemorates the ideas embodied in Ghana’s Year of Return, a reflection on the 400th anniversary of the first enslaved Africans' arrival in Jamestown, Virginia.

Addo was born to a family of artists and has been exposed to art since infancy. OCA noted his primary inspiration came from his father, who exhibited his work regularly and challenged Addo to produce unique artwork.

"Although Addo was passionate about art, he also possessed a keen interest in the physical sciences, a field he found satisfyingly challenging. He was torn between going to college to study medicine and pursuing his passion to be a professional artist. In the end, he chose to follow his passion and pursue art full-time.

[caption id="attachment_794567" align="alignnone" width="452"] The piece is titled Unchained Love by Andrea McKenzie. -[/caption]

"Since then, Addo has specialised in sculpture as his core medium. Interestingly, his physical science background led him to experiment with different materials, including sawdust, which he played with as a child in the sawmill where his father bought and cut wood for his sculptures. Naturally, Addo grew up loving this medium and decided to make it the main material he uses in all his artwork. Passionate about the sustainability of the earth, Addo perfected the method of recycling sawdust and waste materials to create various types of sculptures and relief works."

Addo has successfully participated in many international art exhibitions in places including Johannesburg, Cape Town, New York, Chicago, Washington, DC, Miami, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Atlanta, San Diego, California, Martha’s Vineyard and in his home city Accra, Ghana.

OCA described McKenzie as "a true island girl" who comes from one of the most culturally diverse nations in the world, TT, and her natural aptitude for creativity was nurtured at an early age because of her family’s involvement in the nation’s world-famous Carnival.

"McKenzie’s fascination with contrast, textures, and fabrics was the fuel behind her kaleidoscope-like pieces. She uniquely infused glass, acrylic, and other materials on varying canvas, which propelled her into achieving a viable international clientèle."

OCA noted throughout her young career, she has exhibited works in multiple nations including TT and neighbouring Caribbean islands. Her art has also been exhibited in New York, Washington, DC, Atlanta, Philadelphia, Seattle, London and Australia.

[caption id="attachment_794569" align="alignnone" width="638"] Atlanta, Georgia-based Trinidadian artist Andrea McKenzie. -[/caption]

In 2013, after losing her job in event marketing, McKenzie pursued her passion for art and became a full-time artist, with clients in the US and Europe. As a full-time artist, she does commissioned pieces where people contact her via e-mail or on her website and let her know what they want, whether it is for their homes or businesses.

Her first exhibition, Pieces of Me, was held in Trinidad in 2013 and featured 25 pieces about her and life experiences, including first love and first disappointment.

McKenzie has clients from countries such as the US, Sweden, England, Scotland and TT. She works primarily with acrylic on canvas or wood board. Her dream is to have her pieces featured in the set decoration of successful television shows and box office movies and showcased all over the world.

To see more of McKenzie’s work visit her Instagram @andreas.heart and her art page on Facebook at Andrea’s Unique Art.


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La Anacaona es la avenida más cuidada de la capital…

Honra a la cacique aborigen taína que gobernó el Cacicazgo de Jaragua tras la muerte de su hermano Bohechio. 

Raro encuentra uno que esa avenida tan importante haya sido bautizada con su nombre, porque aquí las principales avenidas llevan nombres de extranjeros, como la George Washington, Winston Churchill, Abraham Lincoln, Charles de Gaulle, Simón Bolivar, Rómulo Betancourt, la España, Nicolás de Ovando, etc. etc.

Tuvo suerte la india Anacaona con su avenida en la zona más exclusiva de la capital, bordeando el parque más importante de la ciudad. La única que tiene luces led intermitentes en sus señales de tránsito, como también medidores electrónicos de velocidad, aparte de ser la mejor iluminada de todas las vías. 

Claro está, en las torres de su alrededor viven los más grandes ricos del país, funcionarios del gobierno, diplomáticos, y no digo yo cuidar la vía, y acicalarla. 

Pero pienso que se le fue la mano a los que pretenden que se le quiten diez metros al parque Mirador Sur, para ampliarla y facilitar el tránsito. ¿Y es locos que están?, como dice Kinito Méndez en un merengue. Una de las mejores obras como espacio público que hizo Balaguer, y ahora algunos genios la quieren mutilar para agrandar más su avenida. ¡Ay Anacaona, areito de Anacaona!, como cantaba el salsero boricua Cheo Feliciano.




Gloria Estefan rechaza oferta para participar del espectáculo del Súper Bowl del 2020
Gloria Estefan rechazó la propuesta de Jay Z para participar en el espectáculo del Súper Bowl del 2020, donde ya está decidida la actuación de Jennifer López y Shakira.
Jay Z se comunicó con Emilio Estefan, el esposo de Gloria, quien es una importante figura del espectáculo en Miami, donde se llevará a cabo esta importante justa deportiva el próximo 2 de febrero. “Gloria me aseguró rápidamente que no pensaba asistir al súper bowl, que no quería hacerlo”, declaró Emilio al portal ET Online.

“Por favor, sería demasiado agobiante, y ya he pasado dos veces por ello, ¡Lo he hecho dos veces!, ¿Qué necesidad habría? Ya tiene dos artistas de primera y yo tuve la suerte de hacerlo dos veces, así que está todo bien” expresó Gloria.




Matt Damon dice que Tom Cruise “es el mejor” en su trabajo
El actor relató como Cruise realiza las escenas de acción que él nunca realizaría
Matt Damon cree que Tom Cruise es “el mejor” cuando se trata de dedicarse a su trabajo.
El actor de ‘Jason Bourne’ una vez recurrió a la estrella de ‘Misión: Imposible’ en busca de consejos para hacer acrobacias, pero decidió no escuchar los consejos de Tom cuando se dio cuenta de que prefería tomar el camino fácil, que seguir los consejos de Cruise para hacer las tomas más arriesgadas posibles.
Matt dijo: “Cené con Tom Cruise hace años. Lo arrinconé un poco y le dije: ‘Oye, cuéntame sobre esto (un truco que hizo) en las alturas. ¿Cómo hiciste esto?’ Y él dice: ‘Oh, ya sabes … He estado soñando con esta toma durante 15 años, esta secuencia, y finalmente tuve la oportunidad de hacerlo’. Y yo digo: ‘Entonces, ¿cómo sucedió?’ Y él dice: ‘OK, entonces voy con el chico de seguridad … el chico de seguridad dice: No puedes hacer eso. Eso es demasiado peligroso’. Y Tom me dice … ‘Así que por eso tengo otro chico de seguridad’ “.

“Y lo miré y pensé: ‘Tú ganas, eres el mejor’. Mi reacción sería: ‘Lástima que no podamos hacer esa secuencia, hubiera sido realmente genial’, mientras que él dice: ‘No, vamos a buscar otro tipo de seguridad para hacerla'”.




Los memes de Gonzalo Castillo
En las semanas finales de la precampaña para las primarias de octubre pasado las redes sociales fueron inundadas con cientos de memes de Gonzalo Castillo, casi todos dirigidos a criticar la profusión de su figura como omnipresente hasta llegar casi a odiarle.

Aparecía en los objetos más impensados, desde una lata de sopa de letras hasta la bacineta del inodoro, sin obviar que su imagen despuntaba el alba junto al Sol.

Todo esto sin olvidar que las redes sociales más populares (Twitter, Facebook, Youtube, entre otras) daban la medida de una hemorragia de mensajes sin final que provocaban, supuestamente, la repulsa de la mayoría del pueblo dominicano.

¿Y qué decir de los anuncios a través de la televisión y la radio? Se estima que por cada spot de Leonel Fernández se pautaron catorce de Castillo, y 22 por cada mensaje de Luis Abinader, recordando que en las primarias participaban los partidos de la Liberación Dominicana (PLD) y Revolucionario Moderno (PRM).

Además de las redes de incidencia pública, los grupos de whatsap fueron el escenario por donde los usuarios se dieron banquete difundiendo las metidas de pata del candidato del Gobierno, poniendo en evidencia las graves deficiencias conceptuales de que adolece, su falta de dominio de temas fundamentales, y su carencia casi absoluta de profundidad en todo lo que se presupone debe conocer un postulante presidencial.

Hasta ahí todo luce bien. Sin embargo, lo que muchos no saben es que esa lluvia de memes salía de la propia campaña de Castillo, destinada a conseguir el posicionamiento de una figura hasta entonces desconocida para más de la mitad de la población votante.

Mediante la ridiculización aparente de Castillo, su campaña logró que el desconocimiento del aspirante bajara a menos del 20% al día de las primarias, lo que puede considerarse un gran acierto, pues era poco probable que un candidato desconocido por la mitad de la población pudiera competir con alguna posibilidad de éxito.

Al alcanzar, mediante la saturación de mensajes, reducir porcentaje que sabía muy poco o nada del aspirante, al Gobierno le resultó más fácil completar el fraude que montó para impedir la victoria de Leonel.

¿En cuál escenario estamos ahora? Justamente en el mismo de antes de las primarias. Las redes han retomado el vendaval de memes presuntamente para ridiculizar al señor Castillo, y cientos de grupos de whatsapp han retomado la ruta de la ingenuidad—talvez por desconocimiento de los usuarios—y las “torpezas” del candidato de la cúpula peledeísta han entrado en la senda de los mensajes más difundidos, lo cual significa campaña gratis. No permitamos que Joao Santana, a través de su hijo, nos tome de tontos útiles.(Nelson Encarnación-El Caribe)




 El Sector Externo Ultramar Gonzalo 2020, coordinado por el doctor Yomare Polanco, comenzó a fortalecer la campaña presidencial  del candidato del PLD Gonzalo Castillo, con el lanzamiento del movimiento "El Presidente de la Camisa de las Mangas Cortas" presidido por la activista Jennifer Marchena.. El acto fue celebrado en el restaurant 809 de la calle Dyckman, en Manhattan, New York, con la participación de varios dirigentes del sector externo, quienes se sumaron a numerosos otros activistas comunicadores que hablaron a los asistentes.
Por su parte, Héctor Acosta "El Torito" instaló ya su Comando de Campaña en la ciudad de Bonao, desde donde dirige sus actividades en procura de convertirse en el próximo senador de la Provincia Monseñor Nouel. Vale decir que aparte del apoyo de su partido, el Partido Revolucionario Moderno, el Torito también cuenta con el respaldo de la Fuerza del Pueblo, el nuevo partido de Leonel Fernández, así como del BIS, de País Posible, y se espera además el apoyo de Guillermo Moreno y Eduardo Estrella. Es una maquinaria pesada, y engrasada, la que se está formando alrededor de la candidatura de Héctor Acosta como Senador.




La Fiesta del Diablo
Las autoridades allanaron un lugar donde se iba a celebrar una fiesta denominada “Lucifer Party”, o sea “La Fiesta del Diablo”, que estaba siendo promovida por un grupo de jóvenes., bajo el alegato de que  no contaba con permiso y que "se iba a vender drogas" .

Aunque no estoy de acuerdo con ese tipo de celebraciones mefistofélicas, pienso que la prohibición no es más que una expresión de intolerancia  y que ello atenta contra la libertad religiosa, de conciencia y de cultos.

El exceso, pienso, no ha sido de los organizadores de la actividad, sino de las autoridades de la Dirección Nacional de Control de Drogas y la procuraduría de la República.
Eso de la "Lucifer Party" lo veo más bien como una chercha, y no como una verdadera vocación de fe e intención de rendirle culto a Satanás. 

Si alguien le está dando una verdadera promoción el Demonio, son las autoridades con ese tipo de acción tan exagerada y estrambótica, que se parece a las que en el pasado se adoptaban en contra de los grupos musicales de “heavy metal”, por alegadas iguales "razones diabólicas".

Nos imaginamos a los sectores religiosos ortodoxos que deben estar detrás de esa prohibición, que actúan sin parar mientes en que al Diablo hay que combatirlo con la prédica de la fe, y no tratando de “darle candela”.

Imagínese usted, dizque dándole candela al diablo para quemarlo…

Pero, por algo el Demonio es un ser “satanizado”. Nadie quiere saber del Diablo, y el que lo exalta debe ser llevado a la “hoguera”.

Fíjense que hasta en el gobierno de Hipólito Mejía hubo problemas con el Diablo, en el 2003, cuando unos locutores de Montecristi hicieron una encuesta que los llevó a la cárcel.

Se trataba también de una chercha, para ver quién sacaba más votos, si Hipólito o el diablo.

El Diablo ganó con 65 votos, y 35 para Hipólito.

Una encuesta en una emisora regional no pasó desapercibida para las autoridades. ¿Saben por qué? ¡Porque se trataba de el Diablo el que había ganado!.

Mandaron a buscar presos a los locutores, nada menos que ¡en un helicóptero!, para que se vea la importancia que esa vez, y ahora, se le da al Demonio.

¡Vaya usted a ver!

Y pensar que en este mundo de los vivos, hay gente ¡más mala que el Diablo!, y andan sueltos…




¿A cuánto asciende la fortuna de Walter Mercado y quién la heredará?
Si bien es cierto que hizo un imperio gracias a su conocimiento en astrología, la fortuna de Mercado nunca se desbordó. De acuerdo con cifras del sitio Celebrity Net Worth, el astrólogo tenía un patrimonio neto de $10 millones de dólares. Este número puede ser un poco mayor al sumar sus inversiones financieras y el valor de sus colecciones de arte.

En cuanto a los herederos, el Nuevo Día informó que  sus sobrinas Ivonne, Betty, Aida y Dannette Benet se encargarán del testamento. Otros familiares vivos son la hermana Aída “Cuca” Mercado, Carmen Mercado, María del Rosario Mercado y Henry Mercado Jr., todos hijos de Henry Mercado, hermano del astrólogo.

Las hermanas Benet son miembras del grupo Walter Mercado y se harán cargo de las entregas diarias del horóscopo. Ivonne informó que el astrólogo dejó hecho el Horóscopo Anual de 2020.

También hay que recordar que el astrólogo fue activo en la comunidad con obras de caridad y es posible que parte de su fortuna pueda ser donada.

Ivonne Benet ventiló la idea de abrir el museo de Walter Mercado en el futuro.




República Dominicana, un país de Récord Guinness
República Dominicana se ha alzado en más de 10 ocasiones con el Guinness World Records. 

La última fue vivida la tarde de ayer domingo donde 427 parejas bailaron de manera uniformada y sincronizada merengue.

El país ha obtenido récord en deporte, música, bebida, lectura, carretera más peligrosa e incluso  presidente más antiguo de la historia.

Este último reconocimiento, del presidente más antiguo de la historia, fue obtenido por Joaquin Balaguer, quien dejó el cargo con 89 años.

David Maggiolo fue el primero en obtener el premio Guinness  en 1986 por su permanencia en el aire por más de 500 horas animando en vivo.  (Listín Diario)




En el cumpleaños de Santiago “Pito” Acevedo en Coconut Club, de Bonao
Santiago “Pito” Acevedo no solo es el periodista de espectáculos más influyente de la provincia Monseñor Nouel, con sus programas de radio y de televisión en la región, sino también porque es una referencia en el ámbito internacional.

Con frecuencia viaja a Estados Unidos para participar como mariscal en desfiles, y en diversas actividades importantes, donde siempre se le tiene en mente, como la cara de la provincia, a nivel de comunicación.

Pero, es que Acevedo no piensa a nivel regional, y siempre por ello apunta a lo nacional e internacional.
Su programa “Salsa Latina”, de los domingos, organiza de manera regular una transmisión especial en exteriores, donde participan los principales exponentes del género, muchos de los  cuales viajan expresamente  a ese encuentro musical desde la capital, atendiendo al respeto y cariño que todos le tienen a Pito Acevedo.

También tiene el crédito de ser el cronista de arte, de todo el país, que celebra al más alto nivel su cumpleaños, verificable en las figuras que siempre le acompañan, y que van desde Johnny Ventura, Héctor Acosta, Raymond y Miguel, así como importantes bachateros y salseros del país.

Sergio Vargas, fue quien el pasado sábado amenizó la celebración del cumpleaños de Pito en Coconut Club, con lo más granado de la sociedad de Bonao, en un ambiente distendido donde hubo mucha alegría y amenidad.

Allí se disfrutó, se bailó y se compartió en grande,  con un derroche de atenciones y un ambiente fenomenal. Se botó y pitó fuerte, Pito Acevedo, en su cumpleaños.




Dominicana logra el “Récord pa’l merengue”
  •  El récord se logró con 422 parejas de baile
  •  En la Plaza España se reunieron miles de personas
422 parejas dominicanas bailaron al ritmo del “Merengón” en la Plaza España, en el Distrito Nacional, para superar el récord mundial certificado por el libro de Guinness World Record a la mayor cantidad de parejas bailando simultáneamente merengue, que pertenecía a Rusia desde el 2013 con 330 parejas.
Descalificaron 5 parejas
“El merengón”, un clásico de nuestro género, autoría de Joseíto Mateo, fue interpretado por los destacados merengueros Miriam Cruz, Elvis Crespo y Manny Cruz, en una nueva versión del nominado al Grammy Latino, Antonio González.
La adjudicadora descalificó a 5 parejas por no ajustarse a la coreografía.
Tres reglas confirmó la adjudicadora Natalia Ramírez de Guinness World Record que debían cumplir los dominicanos:
1. Bailar una canción de 5 minutos de duración
2. Las parejas debían estar uniformadas
3. Un máximo de 25 parejas debía estar ubicada con un supervisor experto en coreografía y cronología.

Faltando pocos minutos para las 6:00 de la tarde, las parejas ocupando las posiciones asignadas comenzaron a bailar. Destreza y sincronía demostraron los participantes que se trasladaron desde distintos puntos del país.(Texto de Diario Libre)




Ella le hace honor a su cola, bebiendo un refresco de cola...Nada más le falta el calimete....




El Mayor "No estoy en chisme, soy el número uno” 
El exponente urbano Enmanuel Reyes, conocido como el Mayor "Clásico”, dice que no está en “chisme” con ningunos de sus colegas, y que lo de él es en estos momentos trabajar y sacar el género adelante.   

El Mayor se presentó en el espacio “Pégate y Gana con el Pachá” donde fue denominado como el "Michael Jackson del Dembow”, apodo que dejó a Reyes encantado y dice de ahora en adelante lo usará. 

"No, no, no estamos en eso... estoy rankeado y ando en un Ferrari vacanísimo ahí afuera, normal. Tengo que decirlo Pachá. Esos tigueres están bien, lo que te estoy diciendo es que no ando en chisme, que no ando en eso y que ando en un Ferrari durísimo en calle, no estoy en chisme con nadie", insistió. 

Explicó que lo de él es grabar música, y que, gracias a Dios, su público se encuentra en la posición número uno con los temas: “Piloneando” y “Chiquito”. 

Durante la presentación de El Mayor, la esposa del canciller de la República Angelita García de Vargas, aprovechó el momento para demostrar sus habilidades de bailarina y a ritmo de dembow dio catedra de baile junto a Frederick Martínez (el Pachá).  

Pégate y Gana con el Pachá, quien arriba en el mes de diciembre a su octavo aniversario, se transmite los sábados por Color Visión (canal 9) para todo el territorio dominicano, mientras, que para la Unión Americana llega por la señal de Televisión Dominicana en horario de 12 a 4 de la tarde. 


Gastroenterology Physician in Valdosta, Georgia   


Gastroenterology physician job in Georgia : CompHealth is currently seeking a Gastroenterology Physician in GA! CompHealth is currently assisting a facility in Georgia that is in need of a gastroenterologist to help with locum tenens coverage. The assignment schedule is weekend call coverage and you will see 10 - 15 patients per day. The covering physician must be board certified or board eligible and have current ACLS and BLS certification. CompHealth can help you obtain a GA state license. Contact CompHealth to discuss this excellent opportunity to work with a great organization where you can share your skills and expertise. Certification: BC/BE required License: GA state license needed, not required to apply Schedule: Weekend call Caseload: 10 - 15 patients per day Other Certification: ACLS and BLS We negotiate better pay and deposit it weekly We arrange complimentary housing and travel We simplify the credentialing and privileging process We provide comprehensive malpractice coverage Your specialized recruiter takes care of every detail Board Certified or Board Eligible Medical Doctor with or w/o US residency with current US work visa.


Woman impaled by metal bar that fell off truck   


A woman in California is recovering after being impaled in the leg by a large metal bar that fell off a big truck while traveling on the highway, according to officials.

The unnamed victim was riding in a car on Highway 99 in Sacramento on Saturday, when the metal bar fell off of the truck in front of them, authorities said.

"The metal bar then bounced up and entered the right front of the Chevy, traveled through the engine compartment and entered the passenger compartment of the Chevy and impaled the right leg of the right front passenger," the California Highway Patrol's South Sacramento division said in a statement.

The driver was able to pull off the road safely and call 911. First responders freed the woman from the car and she was transported to a local hospital, where she is in stable condition.

CHP says the truck did not stop after the metal bar fell off, and authorities are seeking any information in the case.

Last month in Georgia, a driver made it out alive after he rear-ended a log truck and the logs pierced his car from the front windshield to the back window.



Planning Matters Awards Edition Now Availabe   


The 2019 Chapter Awards edition of Planning Matters is now available.

CLICK HERE to view your options to read this informative and celebretory edition of our Chapter newsletter.



Novel Solar Cells Arrive at International Space Station for Testing   


Five different types of solar cells fabricated by research teams at the Georgia Institute of Technology have arrived at the International Space Station (ISS) to be tested for their power conversion rate and ability to operate in the harsh space environment as part of the MISSE-12 mission. One type of cell, made of low-cost organic materials, has not been extensively tested in space before.

Electronics and Nanotechnology Energy and Sustainable Infrastructure Materials


We're just 8 weeks away from the 2019 #CFAPeachBowl! #OrthoAtlanta   


OrthoAtlanta is one of the largest physician-owned orthopedic and sports medicine practices in greater Atlanta, Georgia, with 14 offices, 37 physicians and 450 staff providing operative and non-operative care for bones, joints, muscles and spine.


OrthoAtlanta proudly recognizes our MRI and X-Ray technologists during National Radiologic Technology Week. We appr…   


OrthoAtlanta is one of the largest physician-owned orthopedic and sports medicine practices in greater Atlanta, Georgia, with 14 offices, 37 physicians and 450 staff providing operative and non-operative care for bones, joints, muscles and spine.


Truck Driver (88M)   


88M Truck Driver Job ID: 1138106 Job Views: 33 Location: ALBANY, Georgia, United States ZIP Code: 31704 Job Category: Transport Posted: 11.02.2019 Age Requirements: Must be between the ages of 17 and 35 Job Description As a Truck Driver in the Army National Guard, you are the backbone of military support. By transporting cargo and supplies, you'll play an integral role in keeping the Guard moving forward. In this role, you will operate all wheeled vehicles and equipment over various terrain and roadways; manage load, unload, and safety of personnel being transported; employ defense techniques; identify, correct, or report vehicle deficiencies; and prepare vehicles for movement/shipment by air, rail, or vessel. Job Duties * Oversee and check proper loading and unloading of cargo on vehicles and trailers * Employ convoy defense techniques Helpful Skills * Experience in driver education * Interest in driving and mechanics Through your training, you will develop the skills and experience to enjoy a civilian career with trucking, moving, or bus companies as a tractor, trailer, heavy truck, or bus driver. Earn While You Learn Instead of paying to learn these skills, get paid to train. In the Army National Guard, you will learn these valuable job skills while earning a regular paycheck and qualifying for tuition assistance. Job training for a Truck Driver consists of 10 weeks of Basic Training, where you'll learn basic Soldiering skills, and seven weeks of Advanced Individual Training (AIT), which includes practice in driving several types of military vehicles. Part of this time is spent in the classroom and part in the field. Benefits/Requirements Benefits * Paid training * A monthly paycheck * Montgomery GI Bill * Federal and State tuition assistance * Retirement benefits for part-time service * Low-cost life insurance (up to $400,000 in coverage) * 401(k)-type savings plan * Student Loan Repayment Program (up to $50,000, for existing loans) * Health care benefits available * VA home loans * Bonuses, if applicable * Most non-prior service candidates will earn between $200 and $250 per drill weekend, subject to change Requirements * Military enlistment in the Army National Guard * Must be at least a junior in high school, or have a high school diploma or a GED certificate * Must be between the ages of 17 and 35 * Must be able to pass a physical exam and meet legal and moral standards * Must meet citizenship requirements (see for details) Requires military enlistment. Programs and benefits are subject to change. Ask your Army National Guard recruiter for the most up-to-date information. Actual MOS assignment may depend on MOS availability. This position may qualify for a bonus, ask your National Guard recruiter for the most up-to-date information.


Home Weekly Regional Class A CDL Truck Driver ($1,300/Week)   


Home every week, pick your start day, regional operating area (no east coast), earn on average $1,300/week, full benefits, paid vacation, and paid holidays. Learn more about PTI's Regional Class A CDL Truck Driver position. Overview: * Home Time: Home Every Week 1.5 Days * Schedule: 5.5 Days Out (Pick your Start Day) * Compensation: Average $1,300.00 (paid weekly) * Detention: $17/Hour after first hour and up to 8 hours/day * Double Drop & Hook Pay: $10 * Stop-Off Pay: $20 * First-Load Bonus: $500 paid after first load is pulled * Additional Bonuses: Up to $300/month MPG Bonus and $1,000/Referral Bonus Additional Details: * Operating Area: Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Missouri, Ohio, Tennessee, and Wisconsin * Equipment: Late-Model Diesel Sleeper * Paid Vacation: 2 Weeks Per Year Paid (1 Week Every 6 Months First 3 Years) * Paid Holidays: $120/day (6 Paid/Year) * Insurance: Medical, Vision, Dental, Life, Short/Long-Term Disability * Retirement Planning: 401K Match and Free Financial Counseling * Allows Passengers: Yes * Allows Pets: Yes Requirements: * Current Class A CDL


Home Weekly Regional Class A CDL Truck Driver ($1,300/Week)   


Home every week, pick your start day, regional operating area (no east coast), earn on average $1,300/week, full benefits, paid vacation, and paid holidays. Learn more about PTI's Regional Class A CDL Truck Driver position. Overview: * Home Time: Home Every Week 1.5 Days * Schedule: 5.5 Days Out (Pick your Start Day) * Compensation: Average $1,300.00 (paid weekly) * Detention: $17/Hour after first hour and up to 8 hours/day * Double Drop & Hook Pay: $10 * Stop-Off Pay: $20 * First-Load Bonus: $500 paid after first load is pulled * Additional Bonuses: Up to $300/month MPG Bonus and $1,000/Referral Bonus Additional Details: * Operating Area: Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Missouri, Ohio, Tennessee, and Wisconsin * Equipment: Late-Model Diesel Sleeper * Paid Vacation: 2 Weeks Per Year Paid (1 Week Every 6 Months First 3 Years) * Paid Holidays: $120/day (6 Paid/Year) * Insurance: Medical, Vision, Dental, Life, Short/Long-Term Disability * Retirement Planning: 401K Match and Free Financial Counseling * Allows Passengers: Yes * Allows Pets: Yes Requirements: * Current Class A CDL


Dedicated Dry Van Driving Job - Grand Island, NE   


Looking for a dedicated opportunity? Crete Carrier is hiring professional truck drivers to join their dedicated Kawasaki Dedicated Fleet. Drivers on this fleet can expect top pay. Apply now! Fleet Information * Starting Pay: $.47 to $.52 per practical mile, depending on experience * Days on the road: 12 - 21 * Home Time: 1 day off for every 6 out * Primary Operating Areas: California, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Nebraska, New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Washington, West Virginia & Wisconsin. * Fleet Type: Dedicated * Job Type: Dry Van Benefits of Joining Crete Carrier * Safe Driver Productivity Bonus * Top pay certified carrier * Full benefits * Health from BCBS, dental, vision, life, and 401K * Annual profit sharing * Contributed $10 million towards employee profit sharing in 2018! * Guaranteed detention pay * Pet policy * 2 dogs or cats * No-cost rider policy * Increased cruise speed * Paid orientation * Industry leading CSA scores * Average equipment age of 2 years * Dedicated dispatch 24/7 Quick View Qualifications Crete Carrier Corporation takes pride in hiring the most professional truck drivers the industry has to offer. See our qualifications below. * Valid Class A CDL * TWIC Card and Alabama coil certificate required for Hunt Transportation. * Four months verifiable tractor trailer experience for Crete Carrier and Shaffer Trucking* * One-year verifiable tractor trailer experience for Hunt Transportation. * Has passed the required company and DOT physical, the required drug test and the company in-truck driving test and otherwise meets DOT requirements * Has a stable, verifiable work history * Has attained the minimum age of 22 years * Has an acceptable driving record as reflected by MVR and PSP with no major preventable accident in the most recent five years * No DUI or DWI convictions or positive drug screens or events in the past five years * Be able to perform functions set forth in the job description * Crete Carrier and Shaffer Trucking also accept qualified student drivers who have successfully completed schooling at an approved school. About Crete Carrier For over 50 years, Crete Carrier has grown to one of the nation's largest, privately held trucking companies. Along with sister company, Shaffer Trucking, and wholly-owned subsidiary, Hunt Transportation, Crete Carrier Corporation operates as a truckload and flatbed carrier for virtually any commodity. At Crete Carrier, we are dedicated to our drivers. As a result, we have one of the lowest turnover rates in the industry with drivers staying with us three times longer than they do with our competition. We take pride in our relationship with our drivers. Our professional drivers are among the best on the highways, meeting standards far exceeding those required by the U.S. Department of Transportation.


Home weekly, Dedicated Dry Van Driving Job - Grand Island, NE   


Looking for a dedicated opportunity? Crete Carrier is hiring professional truck drivers to join their dedicated Kawasaki Dedicated Fleet. Drivers on this fleet can expect top pay and weekly home time. Apply now! Fleet Information * Starting Pay: $.46 to $.49 per practical mile, depending on experience * Days on the road: 5 - 6 * Home Time: 1 day off for every 6 out * Primary Operating Areas: California, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Nebraska, New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Washington, West Virginia & Wisconsin. * Fleet Type: Dedicated * Job Type: Dry Van Benefits of Joining Crete Carrier * Safe Driver Productivity Bonus * Top pay certified carrier * Full benefits * Health from BCBS, dental, vision, life, and 401K * Annual profit sharing * Contributed $10 million towards employee profit sharing in 2018! * Guaranteed detention pay * Pet policy * 2 dogs or cats * No-cost rider policy * Increased cruise speed * Paid orientation * Industry leading CSA scores * Average equipment age of 2 years * Dedicated dispatch 24/7 Quick View Qualifications Crete Carrier Corporation takes pride in hiring the most professional truck drivers the industry has to offer. See our qualifications below. * Valid Class A CDL * TWIC Card and Alabama coil certificate required for Hunt Transportation. * Four months verifiable tractor trailer experience for Crete Carrier and Shaffer Trucking* * One-year verifiable tractor trailer experience for Hunt Transportation. * Has passed the required company and DOT physical, the required drug test and the company in-truck driving test and otherwise meets DOT requirements * Has a stable, verifiable work history * Has attained the minimum age of 22 years * Has an acceptable driving record as reflected by MVR and PSP with no major preventable accident in the most recent five years * No DUI or DWI convictions or positive drug screens or events in the past five years * Be able to perform functions set forth in the job description * Crete Carrier and Shaffer Trucking also accept qualified student drivers who have successfully completed schooling at an approved school. About Crete Carrier For over 50 years, Crete Carrier has grown to one of the nation's largest, privately held trucking companies. Along with sister company, Shaffer Trucking, and wholly-owned subsidiary, Hunt Transportation, Crete Carrier Corporation operates as a truckload and flatbed carrier for virtually any commodity. At Crete Carrier, we are dedicated to our drivers. As a result, we have one of the lowest turnover rates in the industry with drivers staying with us three times longer than they do with our competition. We take pride in our relationship with our drivers. Our professional drivers are among the best on the highways, meeting standards far exceeding those required by the U.S. Department of Transportation.


Home Weekly Regional Class A CDL Truck Driver ($1,300/Week)   


Home every week, pick your start day, regional operating area (no east coast), earn on average $1,300/week, full benefits, paid vacation, and paid holidays. Learn more about PTI's Regional Class A CDL Truck Driver position. Overview: * Home Time: Home Every Week 1.5 Days * Schedule: 5.5 Days Out (Pick your Start Day) * Compensation: Average $1,300.00 (paid weekly) * Detention: $17/Hour after first hour and up to 8 hours/day * Double Drop & Hook Pay: $10 * Stop-Off Pay: $20 * First-Load Bonus: $500 paid after first load is pulled * Additional Bonuses: Up to $300/month MPG Bonus and $1,000/Referral Bonus Additional Details: * Operating Area: Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Missouri, Ohio, Tennessee, and Wisconsin * Equipment: Late-Model Diesel Sleeper * Paid Vacation: 2 Weeks Per Year Paid (1 Week Every 6 Months First 3 Years) * Paid Holidays: $120/day (6 Paid/Year) * Insurance: Medical, Vision, Dental, Life, Short/Long-Term Disability * Retirement Planning: 401K Match and Free Financial Counseling * Allows Passengers: Yes * Allows Pets: Yes Requirements: * Current Class A CDL


Faculty Recruitment - All Ranks | Emory University   


Atlanta, Georgia, The Department of Epidemiology, Rollins School of Public Health of Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia, seeks scholars for faculty appointments at all academic ranks, in tenure-track and research-trac


Patterns of head shape and scutellation in Drymarchon couperi (Squamata: Colubridae) reveal a single species



Krysko et al. (2016a) used analyses of DNA sequence data to reveal two genetic lineages of Drymarchon couperi. The Atlantic lineage contained specimens from southeastern Georgia and eastern peninsular Florida, and the Gulf Coast lineage contained specimens from western and southern peninsular Florida as well as western Florida, southern Alabama, and southern Mississippi. In a second paper Krysko et al. (2016b) analyzed morphological variation of the two lineages, which allowed them to restrict D. couperi to the Atlantic lineage and to describe the Gulf Coast lineage as a new species, Drymarchon kolpobasileus. This taxonomic discovery was remarkable for such a large, wide-ranging species and was notable for its impact on conservation. Because of population declines, particularly in western Florida, southern Alabama, and southern Mississippi, D. couperi (sensu lato) was listed as Threatened under the Endangered Species Act (United States Fish and Wildlife Service 1978, 2008) and repatriation of the species to areas where it had been extirpated was listed as a priority conservation goal (United States Fish and Wildlife Service 1982, 2008). Such repatriation efforts were attempted in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina, starting in 1977 (Speake et al. 1987), but failed to create viable populations, likely because too few snakes were released at too many sites (Guyer et al. 2019; Folt et al. 2019a). A second attempt at repatriation was started in 2010 and concentrated on release of snakes at a single site in Alabama (Stiles et al. 2013). However, Krysko et al. (2016a) criticized this repatriation effort because it appeared to involve release of D. couperi (sensu stricto) into the geographic region occupied by D. kolpobasileus (as diagnosed in Krysko et al. 2016b).



Physician: Obstetrics/Gynecology Job Outside Macon GA - JOB-   


A busy private practice in Georgia is seeking an obstetrics and gynecology physician. Join one other physician to help cover the growing community. The schedule is traditional, with a call of 1:5 as they share call with another group. You will work with midwives and a nurse practitioner. You will work out of a level II NICU. The office offers 3D/4D ultrasound, infertility evaluation, and cryoablation. You must be board certified or board eligible. You will need a GA medical license, and we can help you with the processing and application if necessary. Final-year residents and fellows will be considered. J1 and H-1B visa holders are encouraged to apply.

This partnership-track opportunity has a competitive compensation package with bonuses. You will be offered medical benefits, vacation, relocation assistance, a sign-on, life insurance, CME time, a retirement package, and malpractice insurance.

This position is located just over an hour outside Atlanta. You and your family can spend weekends on Atlantic Coast beaches, with some of the most beautiful and affordable beach front property. The area offers museums, sports, theater, night life, major social events, and unlimited outdoor activities. Winters are mild and the other seasons are warm and pleasant.

Let your CompHealth know what's important to you. We can connect you with jobs in the location, and with the perks, that are essential to you.

If you are interested, please contact Nancy Toth directly at 800-365-8900 or email your CV and references to CompHealth. Quick Facts: OB/GYN needed Private practice with 1:5 shared call Work with an OB, nurse midwifes, and NP Board certified or board eligible Visas welcomed Possibility of partnership Attractive base and bonuses Full benefits Benefits: Our services are free for you We help negotiate your salary and contract We coordinate interviews and help with licenses Specialized recruiters match your career preferences Experienced support teams take care of every detail


Team Member   


About UsYour Pie was founded in 2006 when founder Drew French visited his wife Natalie's family on the Italian island of Ischia. In Italy, everything centers around food and family. They cook on an open flame using brick ovens and high quality ingredients. Drew brought this idea back to his home in Athens, Georgia, where the Your Pie brand grew. Now with multiple stores spread throughout the Southeast and beyond, Your Pie is growing faster than ever. Our mission statement? To be a globally admired brand by creating a culture that improves the lives of the Your Pie family.The menu at Your Pie focuses on custom, build-your-own options that are served fresh and fast. Guests can choose to build their own entrees from scratch, or choose from favorites that were created by Your Pie. Each location serves local, hand-picked craft beers to compliment the menu.Why Your PieWe are passionate people, hoping to shape the communities we serve by changing the way people experience pizza. For more about Your Pie, check out the One Stop Ops Library, the website and the social media channels. Job SummaryTeam members work with the General Manager and Shift Managers to ensure an all-around amazing guest experience. They assist with daily preparation, construction, and service of all menu items with focus on restaurant cleanliness and safe food handling practices. Job Qualifications* Outstanding customer service skills* Relentless work ethicJob Expectations* Punctuality* Cleanliness* Friendliness* Sense or urgencyJob Responsibilities & Duties* Prepare a variety of menu items in an accurate and efficient manner and assume 100% responsibility for quality of products serve* Know and comply consistently with our standard portion sizes, cooking methods, quality standards and kitchen rules, policies and procedures* Stock and maintain sufficient levels of food products at line stations to assure a smooth service period* Maintain a clean and sanitary work station area including tables, shelves, refrigerators, and ovenPlease make sure your voicemail is set up when applying. This is a restaurant, we are busier on the weekends. Weekend availability is a plus and would offer better pay. Associated topics: assistant general manager, assistant restaurant manager, back end, backend, conference, director, front end, gerente de cocina, produce manager, shift leader




I'm just wandering around in my mind because I don't feel like getting organized, so here are my rambles:

My two daughters and I went to Ireland, had a great time, saw the usual places and some new ones.  

I learned the value of really good car rental insurance.  I have no problem driving on the left side of the road while seated on the right side of the car, and oddly enough, I am a champ at parallel parking.  I DO have a problem with tiny parking spaces in parking garages, and I scrubbed the left front of the rental car on a concrete post in a garage in Galway.  There were two narrow spaces between two large posts and that's where I had the problem; when I returned the car, no problem.  Phew.  Also, the car was a Toyota hybrid, which I think means a Prius, and I loved it.  Used not a lot of gas for a lot of driving.

We found the church in Garvagh where my paternal grandmother was baptized in 1881. She moved to the US in 1905 and died here in 1953.  I only met her once and I was not even five yet so I only vaguely remember her.  I have tried without success to get her birth certificate but I just found my grandfather's bc and it is on its way to me.  If I can get his death certificate, I can apply for Irish citizenship.  

Isn't it pretty!

I need my grandfather's social security number to apply for his death certificate, and I have no idea if he even had one, and if he did, how to find it.  More research ahead.  I have no idea why I would want an Irish passport, or what I would do with it.  But I'm stubborn enough to think that if I CAN have one, I SHOULD have one.  

We had fish and chips, of course, several times. And, of course, Irish stew, and of course, Guinness.  Or at least, I did.  

Because one of my daughters had been to Ireland before, and I had been there twice before, some destinations were a repeat for one or both of us, but everything was a first for older daughter.  A special treat for all of us was Newgrange.  

It was built in about 3200 BC and is an example of very early genius engineering.  It's quite small inside and the ceiling is amazing---slabs of rocks arranged and stacked to form a dome, and the builders knew to slightly tilt the rock towards the outside of the structure so that rain would not get inside---and it hasn't in all these centuries.  Soil is mounded up over the rock portion so it looks much larger than the inside actually is.  Archaeologists aren't sure what the structure was used for, but during winter solstice, at sunrise, light comes inside through the window above the doorway and lights up the path to the center of the round space where we gathered, only fifteen of us at a time.  

In Galway I bought another cabled sweater.  What Georgia resident doesn't need even more wool clothing?

And speaking of knitting, since I returned home, I have finished two more projects:

A second Cowboys and Angels

And another pair of socks.  (Magpie yarn)

And now, for something completely different, this explains where ghosts come from, but now that Halloween is over and the ghosts are gone, we are still left with the struggle to put duvets inside their covers.  I've gotten smart and let my husband do it.  He has come up with a technique that involves turning the cover inside out and then doing something that involves hanging the whole thing over the stairway railing.  I have not bothered to learn this technique.  

And speaking of Halloween, sort of, this is what is left of a bag of 90 assorted candies.  I had never heard of Starburst so I tried one.  The pieces look like bubble gum, but, SURPRISE, they aren't.  I'm not sure what they are; they aren't particularly sweet and I couldn't discern a flavor.  Sorry kids, but I'm sure you got some M&Ms, Twix and Three Musketeers I gave out in each handful of candy.

And, that's probably enough rambling for now. 

Thanks for reading, especially if you made it to the end.  



High-End Screen Printing in Atlanta - Atlanta Screenprints   


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Non-Tenure-Track Lecturer Position in Electrical or Computer Engineering   


- Job Type Employee - Job Status Full Time - Jobs Rated 100th The School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Georgia (UGA) invites applications for a non-tenure-track Lecturer position expected to begin in January 1, 2020. The School of Electrical and Computer Engineering is one of the three schools in the College of Engineering at UGA, which is one of the newest engineering colleges in the nation. The school consists of two undergraduate degree programs (Electrical Engineering and Computer Systems Engineering) as well as two graduate programs including M.S. in engineering and Ph.D. in engineering. Due to the unprecedented growth of our undergraduate programs, the primary duty of the selected candidate will be to teach 12 credit hours per semester. Successful applicants must be able to teach courses in electrical and computer systems engineering. Areas of particular teaching need include both lecture and laboratory instruction in the following general areas: Core first and second your courses in the ECE curriculum (Intro to ECE, Electrical Circuits and Electronics), ECE design courses (Design Methodologies and Senior Design Capstone), and Informatics (Introduction Informatics and Informatics Electives). A Ph.D. in Engineering or related discipline is required. Position responsibilities include effective classroom teaching of undergraduate courses, laboratory supervision, mentoring undergraduate engineering students, and working with other faculty on innovative teaching methods within the college's growing instructional programs. Effective communication skills are required. The university offers campus wide programs to enhance the teaching skills of instructors. About the College of Engineering: The College of Engineering, formed on July 1, 2012, is a vibrant academic environment that fosters engineering education in a liberal arts environment and research that addresses critical societal needs. The College offers eight undergraduate and seven graduate engineering degree programs spanning all engineering fields. The college has grown rapidly to more than 2,400 undergraduate and graduate majors and 77 faculty members. More information can be found at *********************** The first state-chartered university in the country, and designated as both a land grant and sea grant research university, the University of Georgia is located in Athens, GA, about 60 miles from Atlanta, with 36,000 students, enrolled in 17 schools and colleges, and 1800 faculty. F or many reasons, Athens is consistently voted among the best municipalities in America. *************************************** ; ********************************** . Application Procedure: To apply, candidates should submit (1) letter of application indicating your teaching experience and interests, (2) curriculum vitae, (3) teaching philosophy/statement not exceeding 2 pages (4) unofficial transcripts, and (5) contact information for three references. Please submit application materials online at ******************************************* . Questions related to the position may be directed to the school chair Dr. Fred R. Beyette Jr., Email: ********************. The position will be open until filled. Applications received by November, 1st,2019 will be given full consideration. The University of Georgia is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation or protected veteran status. Categories - Computer Engineering - Electronics Engineer Jobs Rated Reports for Computer Service Technician - Jobs Rated Report 2017 Previous Job: Quantitative Strategies Technology & Operations Analyst Citadel Americas LLC Chicago, Illinois 60603


Physician: Urologist with Robotics Needed in Georgia - JOB-2   


An exciting urologist opportunity is now available at a hospital in Georgia. There are six other urologists that work out of Macon and the weekend call will be 1:5. Robotics are a must.

This employed opportunity has a guaranteed salary plus WRVU bonuses. You will be offered comprehensive benefits, paid occurrence based malpractice, PTO, CME allowance, a 401k retirement plan, marketing, and relocation assistance.

Come live and practice in the greater Macon, Georgia area. This is a great location just over an hour South of Atlanta with beautiful historic sites, a great downtown area, and a warm climate.

If this opportunity sounds interesting to you, contact CompHealth for more information about this position or to discuss other jobs that fit your life, your goals, and your schedule.

To get started, contact Brittany Patton directly at 800-365-8901 or email your CV and references to CompHealth. Quick Facts: Guaranteed base salary plus WRVU bonus 400 plus bed facility Weekend call is 1:5 Robotics are a must 6 urologists in Macon Marketing Comprehensive benefits 1.5 hours to Atlanta Benefits: Our services are free for you We help negotiate your salary and contract We coordinate interviews and help with licenses Specialized recruiters match your career preferences Experienced support teams take care of every detail


Health Specialist   


FHI 360 is currently seeking qualified candidates for the position Health Specialist. Project Description: The Office of Head Start Region IV Training and Technical Assistance (T/TA) network provides local grantees with high-quality, sustained, and intensive training and technical assistance. T/TA is provided to individual grantees, to clusters of grantees with similar interests, and at state and regional events. Region IV grantees are located in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee. Position Description: The Health Specialist will serve as a resource to other TTA specialists on comprehensive health services, including mental health and environmental health and safety, in accordance with the requirements of the Head Start Program Performance Standards across the birth to five spectrum. Responsibilities: - Serve as a liaison between regional and central OHS and the National Center on Health and Wellness and other agencies relevant to the work of the Regional Office; - Participate in case conferences about individual grantees, at the request of the regional office; - Serve as a resource to other TTA specialists on strategies for engaging families around issues on health; - Serve as a point of dissemination to program and TTA specialists about health data specific to grantees; - Aggregate and analyze state and regional health data from a variety of sources to identify emerging trends and patterns impacting Head Start and Early Head Start grantees; - Provide training on topics related to health to regional office staff, grantees and state partners, at the direction of the Regional Office; - Provide direct TTA to grantees, as directed by the Regional Office; and - Incorporate other tasks specific to health reflective of evolving national priorities as presented by the Office of Head Start, National Centers, Regional Office, and/or aggregate regional assessment data. Minimum Requirements: - Bachelor's degree in Education, Psychology, social sciences, or any other related field. - Typically requires a minimum of 8+ years of managing data collection and Head Start technical assistance experience. - Proficiency with database management software and on-line search tools required. Has sensitivity to cultural diversity and understanding of the political, contextual, and ethical issues in assigned areas. Articulate and professional and able to communicate in a clear, positive fashion with clients and staff. - Demonstrated experience with Disability services in Head Start. - Demonstrated experience with dental services in Head Start. - Demonstrated experience with services to pregnant woman in Early Head Start. - Experience working in a non-governmental organization (NGO). - Position will require at least 50% of travel. Offer will be contingent on award of proposal and approval of funder. This job description summarizes the main duties of the job. It neither prescribes nor restricts the exact tasks that may be assigned to carry out these duties. This document should not be construed in any way to represent a contract of employment. Management reserves the right to review and revise this document at any time.FHI 360 fosters the strength and health of its workforce through a competitive benefits package, professional development and policies and programs that support healthy work/life balance. Join our global workforce to make a positive difference for others and yourself. Please click here to continue searching FHI 360's Career Portal.FHI 360 is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. FHI 360 is an equal employment and affirmative action employer whereby we do not engage in practices that discriminate against any person employed or seeking employment based on race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national or ethnic origin, age, marital status, disability, veteran status, genetic information or any other status or characteristic protected under applicable law. FHI 360 is a nonprofit human development organization dedicated to improving lives in lasting ways by advancing integrated, locally driven solutions. Our staff includes experts in health, education, nutrition, environment, economic development, civil society, gender, youth, research, technology, communication and social marketing creating a unique mix of capabilities to address today's interrelated development challenges. FHI 360 serves more than 60 countries and all U.S. states and territories. As we evolve to meet the challenges of the future, we stand committed to the principles that have guided our organization for the last 40+ years. Our work continues to be grounded in research and science, strengthened by partnerships and focused on building the capacity of individuals, communities and countries to succeed. FHI 360 will never ask you for your career site username or password, and we will never request money, goods or services during the application, recruitment or employment process. If you have questions or concerns about correspondence from us, please email ******************************.

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