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Overview The Pew Charitable Trusts uses data to make a difference. For more than 70yrs, we have focused on serving the public, invigorating civic life, conducting nonpartisan research, advancing effective public policies and practices, and achieving tangible results. Through rigorous inquiry and knowledge sharing, we inform and engage public-spirited citizens and organizations, linking diverse interests to pursue common cause. We are a dedicated team of researchers, communicators, advocates, subject matter experts, and professionals working on some of today's big challenges – and we know we are more effective and creative collectively than we are individually. With Philadelphia as our home town and the majority of our staff located in Washington, D.C., our U.S. and international staff find working at Pew personally and professionally rewarding. Wise stewardship of resources allows Pew employees to pursue work that strategically furthers our mission in significant and measurable ways.
          

DeVante Parker explodes in Dolphins' win over Eagles

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DeVante Parker set career highs in receiving yards and touchdowns after erupting for 159 yards and two touchdowns in a Miami Dolphins win over the Philadelphia Eagles.
          

Watch: Dolphins punter throws TD to kicker on trick play vs. Eagles

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Miami Dolphins punter Matt Haack threw a touchdown pass to kicker Jason Sanders, completing a trick play in the first half of a game against the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday in Miami Gardens.
          

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Mom of murdered son blames Soros-backed Philadelphia DA for enabling criminal to go free

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by DCG Philadelphia DA Larry Krasner was basically “appointed” by that evil George Soros who poured $1.45 MILLION into this local DA race. Krasner’s election platform was to “reform elements of the criminal justice system, including ... Read more
          

Eagles' Zach Ertz Calls Dolphins Loss 'One of the Worst' Games He's Ever Played

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Philadelphia Eagles tight end Zach Ertz didn't let himself off the hook following the team's 37-31 loss to the Miami Dolphins on Sunday afternoon. "I'm extremely disappointed in my play today," Ertz told reporters ...
          

Outpatient Psychiatry | No Call/ No Weekends | Near Philadelphia/ NYC | Jackson Physician Search

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Pennsylvania, Join a growing nonprofit organization with a 70+ year history of providing care to this Pennsylvania community: 100% Outpatient Psychiatry with No Call, No Weekends - work/life balance Newly renov
          

Charge Audit Veterinary Nurse NBC | University of Pennsylvania

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Kennett Square, Pennsylvania, University Overview The University of Pennsylvania, the largest private employer in Philadelphia, is a world-renowned leader in education, research, and innovation. This historic, Ivy League school c
          

MLB Network's Intentional Talk: 11/13/19

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Today on IT, Chris Rose and Kevin Millar discuss who they believe will take home the AL and NL Cy Young Awards. Chris and Kevin are then joined by Marcus Semien and talk about his MVP finalist season and his athletic family connections. They also look at the Giants hiring Gabe Kapler as their new manager after two seasons in Philadelphia. All that, plus more!
          

Danny devito refuses canned snake & blames people for farting

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Stars of hit TV series ‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’ Danny DeVito and Kaitlin Olson attempt to eat disgustingly healthy food while answering...
          

Philadelphia 18U forward Hartley signs NAHL tender

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Philadelphia Little Flyers 18U forward Byron Hartley has signed an NAHL tender with the Amarillo Bulls.
          

Hear live broadcast & replays of Phish’s exclusive concert in Philadelphia for SXM & Pandora

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Phish is performing an exclusive concert for SiriusXM and Pandora listeners on Tuesday, December 3 at The Met in Philadelphia, PA, marking the smallest venue the band has played in nearly 20 years.
          

Dont'a Hightower shares story of how he got to wear No. 54

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Two of the best Patriots linebackers in recent memory -- Tedy Bruschi and Dont'a Hightower -- joined Ordway, Merloni & Fauria at the same time Wednesday to help with Christian Fauria’s “25 for 25s” event to raise money for the American Diabetes Association.

Within the conversation, the story of how Hightower got No. 54 came out. Of course, Bruschi (and Brian Waters) wore the number before him.

“I knew a lot (about Bruschi)," said Hightower. "One of the first things, because I had No. 45 for awhile, and it kind of came down to it me not being able to wear the number. I was kind of talking around and whatever, and I actually got to talk to Berj (Najarian, director of football/head coach administration) before we got things lined up and whatever. He told me he called and talked to Tedy and got his approval. At that moment, I already knew and realized and respected (Tedy), but to get that approval meant a lot to me.”

Bruschi is happy with Hightower now keeping the No. 54 legacy going.

“My rookie year, training camp, No. 45 was my number that I also started in and then switched to 54," said Bruschi. "Berj is great, Bill (Belichick) is great. I think it was just common courtesy of letting me know High was about to get the number. I think High feels the same way I did, it’s not just the number, it’s the man that wears it. I think Dont’a has done a great job of wearing it and being a captain for that team and a leader of that team.”

Hightower and the current Patriots will take on the Eagles this Sunday in Philadelphia.


          

Video: Dolphins Run The Coolest Trick Play Of The Season

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On Sunday afternoon, the Miami Dolphins hosted the Philadelphia Eagles in what was expected to be one of the most lopsided games of the weekend. However, nothing has gone as planned. The Dolphins took the lead late in the first half on one of the craziest plays of the season so far. Punter Matt Haack […]

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4-H After-School Educator - Indian River High School - Philadelphia, NY | Cornell University

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H After, New York, This position will serve as an After-School Program Educator for Cornell Cooperative Extension Association of Jefferson County in support of the 21st Century Community Learning Center (CCLC) Program
          

Vintage Crewel Embroidery Retro 1970s Size 26x22 Assorted Flowers + Homemade Fiber Art + Green + Pink + Orange + Yellow + White + Wood Frame by RetrospectVintage215

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64.00 USD

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1970's homemade crewel embroidery in wood frame
Features an assortment of white, pink, orange, yellow, and purple flowers
Embroidery is done on a green linen backdrop
In a brown wood frame with gold trim
String on back for hanging
No brand or artist name

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In good condition
There is some general fading throughout but the colors are still bold
There is some surface dirt throughout the embroidery
Some minor scratches to frame
Some of the trim is beginning to separate from the wood frame

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Height: 26"
Width: 22"
Depth: 1.5"

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50+ Awesome Santa Activities in New Jersey

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Santa Claus is making his rounds throughout the Garden State, and we've rounded up more than 50 fun ways to see him this Christmas season. Santa can be found all aboard holiday trains, lighting up trees in towns like Hoboken and Montclair, at outdoor farms and festivals, and stopping by dazzling light displays. You can even see Santa up in the air and underwater. Plus, there are ample opportunities to dine with Santa throughout New Jersey.

Read on for awesome Santa activities throughout the state in December. And take advantage of more holiday festivities in our Holiday Fun Guide, including 30+ Free Holiday and Christmas Events.

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The Top Residential Holiday Light Displays in the Philadelphia Area

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Decorating the home for the holidays is a tradition that brings families together. Finding those houses that really outdo themselves every year is a traditional family activity to look forward to every Christmas.

While organized light displays from farms are delightful, there's something really special about checking out some awesome houses around the neighborhood. And there are quite a few neighborhoods that really go all out. The best part is, they're all free! We've got your ticket to some of the best residential light displays to check out. 

Read on for some private homes and neighborhoods in the Philadelphia area that are definitely worth a visit.

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Philadelphia heading for second pre-emption battle with General Assembly

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City Council passed a bill Thursday banning firearms and other weapons from parks and recreation centers. The action could lead to a second round of pre-emption battles with the state legislature. ...
          

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CBE Tenured or Tenure-track Position 2020 | University of Pennsylvania

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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Applicants must have a Ph.D. in Engineering or relevant discipline. Interested persons should submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, detailed research and teaching plan, and the names of at least
          

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Psychiatrist Physician Job job in Philadelphia Pennsylvania (PA) - #psychiatrist #psychtwitter #MDJobSite

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A hospital in Pennsylvania needs a geriatric psychiatrist to join their team. They are seeking a board certified or board eligible psychiatrist with geriatric experience or fellowship training in geriatric psychiatry. You will be working in the inpatient care unit that serves adults 65 years of age
          

Family Medicine Physician Job - No OB job in Pennsylvania (PA) - #familymedicine #familypractice #fmrevolution #primarycare #proudtobegim

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Philadelphia Commemorating World AIDS Day With Memorial Quilt

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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Sunday was World AIDS Day and Philadelphia is commemorating the occasion with a display of a memorial quilt. CBS3 was at the Congregation Rodeph Shalom on North Broad Street on ...
          

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An Ontario dad says he’s been blocked from raising concerns about a cycling coach’s sexual history. Now he’s suing

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At first glance, a small-claims lawsuit looks like a $6,000 squabble between the Ontario Cycling Association and a father, Jeff Archbold, who alleges his teenaged daughter was “illegally” suspended from elite provincial programs after he complained about a coach.

But the crux of Archbold’s claim transcends his demand for legal fees and training costs.

The 51-year-old’s accusations hinge on his right as a parent to question a coach’s sexual history — citing the sport’s code of conduct and ethics as grounds to ask about his hiring — without eliciting reprisals “to silence him,” according to allegations contained within Archbold’s complaint.

“I will do whatever it takes to try to change the culture,” Archbold said in an interview, claiming cycling officials breached their own bylaws and policies in disciplining him, then his daughter Ema.

“(And to) make sure kids and parents know that they should be able to ask questions and feel comfortable.”

In its statement of defence, the Ontario Cycling Association denies all of Archbold’s allegations and “specifically, denies all claims of bad faith, breach of contract and failure to adhere to internal bylaws and policies with respect to the disciplinary proceedings” described in the claim.

The association also asked the court to dismiss the case. The allegations contained in the lawsuit have not been tested in court.

In Archbold’s claim, the Toronto-based engineer alleges that the sport’s discipline panel made him apologize to veteran coach Rick Lee in “retaliation” for Archbold privately “discussing his discomfort” with other adults about the provincial body periodically using Lee to train youth cyclists, including his daughter.

Lee, an Australian native, was cleared 11 years ago of rape charges levelled by a teenaged girl he’d met on an adult dating website to arrange a sexual encounter while visiting the U.S. Then 51, Lee was travelling with a group of Australian youth cyclists and his arrest made international headlines. Four months after charges were laid, a Pennsylvania prosector announced that the girl — 15 at the time, unbeknownst to Lee — had lied to Lee about her age, lied about being raped, recanted all accusations. Charges were dropped.

Archbold is not alleging Lee has done anything improper in Canada, nor is he alleging his daughter experienced any inappropriate behaviour.

Ontario Cycling Association CEO Jim Crosscombe declined to be interviewed because the case was before the court. He did respond, in part, to an email from the Star stating the association welcomes queries about coaches.

“Anyone — parents, participants, other stakeholders — can and should ask questions or raise concerns about any coach’s background, behaviour or performance,” Crosscombe said in an email.

“OCA takes every question or concern extremely seriously and endeavours to address each and every question or concern as soon as it possibly can.”

Crosscombe added that “Mr. Lee has been engaged periodically by OCA on a sessional basis as a track coach” and that “as required by OCA, Mr. Lee has cleared a vulnerable sector search and a criminal reference check.”

The Star reached Lee by phone but in a brief conversation, he declined to be interviewed.

Ward Black, volunteer president of Lee’s employer, the National Cycling Centre Hamilton, described Lee in a recent statement to the Star as having “an impeccable reputation in the development of cyclists at all levels” and that Lee was “forthright” with all Canadian sport and immigration officials regarding the 2008 incident and passed “all necessary security checks” before being granted permanent residency status in Canada in late 2009.

After being made aware of Archbold’s claim against the Ontario Cycling Association, Black wrote in a separate email to the Star “we note that neither Mr. Lee nor the National Cycling Centre Hamilton is a defendant, which was clearly a deliberate decision made by Mr. Archbold to try and silence our side of the story.”

“The claim is nothing more than a vicious, ill-informed collateral attack on Mr. Lee in the guise of a lawsuit,” Black continued. “For years, Mr. Archbold has been attacking Mr. Lee, and this is in continuance of those attacks.”

Archbold’s statement of claim, filed in Ontario Superior Court in early November, details a flurry of clashes over the past 19 months between him, Lee, the Ontario Cycling Association’s Crosscombe and cycling board members.

The litigation comes at a time when the amateur sports world, here and abroad, grapples with how best to protect young or vulnerable athletes from abuse and harassment from people in powerful positions. In Canada, that question has been raised in criminal cases such as that of former national ski coach Bertrand Charest, convicted in 2017 of sex crimes committed in the 1990s against young female skiers. He was sentenced to 12 years in prison, where he remains.

In 2018, three former national junior team skiers sued Alpine Canada for not doing enough to protect them from Charest’s sexual abuse. In July 2019, Alpine Canada announced an out-of-court settlement had been reached and that the national ski organization was committed to changing its code of conduct to bolster athlete safety.

Ema Archbold, a promising cyclist, said in an interview that she’s taking a break from the sport but intends to resume training and competing sometime next year.

The following summary, drawn from the statement of claim and interviews with Archbold, describes his version of the feuding:

  • Archbold said the moment that raised “huge red flags” for him occurred in December of 2017 when he asked an Ontario Cycling Association coach (no longer with the organization) why he worked with Lee. Archbold claims this coach said he was instructed by a senior association official to “use Rick Lee or quit,” according to allegations in the lawsuit.

After that, Archbold stated he began “speaking privately with other adults about his unease and discomfort with having Mr. Lee coaching his daughter and other youth” and that the cycling association was forcing the coach (with whom he’d spoken in December of 2017) to use Lee.

  • Lee found out Archbold was talking about him behind his back. At a provincial cycling championship on March 4, 2018, Lee “verbally threatened and harassed” him, Archbold claims.

  • Archbold filed a formal harassment complaint against Lee with the cycling association. Lee filed a formal complaint against Archbold, alleging damage to his reputation.

  • On May 10, 2018, Archbold was directed by a three-person discipline panel, which included CEO Jim Crosscombe, to apologize in writing to Lee for “discuss(ing) personal matters of other coaches, athletes or related individuals.”

  • Archbold wrote the apology but challenged the disciplinary panel, alleging it hadn’t followed its bylaws and policies as required by the Ontario Corporations Act. He claims in his lawsuit that there’s “no prohibition or limit to discussing personal matters in any OCA bylaw or policy” and that there’s “nothing in the OCA code of conduct and ethics that prevents anyone from speaking truthfully.”

He also claims the discipline panel refused to state how “they determined that the actions of an OCA coach who searched for and found sexual relations with a teenage girl, while coaching other teenage boys and girls, were not related to coaching morals and ethics but rather were a ‘personal matter.’ ”

  • Archbold, a longtime volunteer club coach who stopped coaching about six months ago, provided the Star with the discipline committee decision against him. The conclusion read:

“It is neither your responsibility nor right to discuss personal matters of other coaches, athletes or related individuals while operating in your capacity as a coach or member of the OCA. As such, we are issuing the following warning: you must cease and desist this behaviour immediately or face suspension from the OCA. Further, we expect you to write an apology letter to Messrs. Lee and Black.”

  • Archbold alleged in an interview that he requested but did not receive from cycling officials the list of coaching requirements that officials said Lee met in order to work for the provincial body. Archbold continued to press cycling officials about his claims of bylaw and policy violations related to his sanction.

  • On May 28, 2018, provincial cycling’s discipline panel suspended Archbold’s daughter Ema from Team Ontario track cycling activities for a year without notice, citing an Athlete Code of Conduct infraction. (A cycling official complained Ema failed to ride for Team Ontario during national youth championship races; Archbold asserts Ema had her Team Ontario coach’s approval to compete with another province’s cyclists after the coach said “OK” when told of her plan to ride with others.)

According to Archbold’s claim, Ema did not see the complaint against her for 17 weeks, which he alleges is contrary to provincial policies and bylaws.

  • Jeff Archbold hired a lawyer to appeal Ema’s “illegal suspension” so she could continue to train and compete.

“The suspension was excessive and draconian and was in retaliation and harassment against Mr. Archbold,” Archbold alleges in his lawsuit.

  • Archbold claims Crosscombe, the cycling CEO, did not respond to Ema’s lawyer’s correspondence. Her appeal went to a third-party case manager for mediation, then to an adjudicator for final review. The adjudicator, Brian Ward of Swim Ontario, ruled that Ema must write a letter of apology to the Team Ontario coach and the provincial body, and that she receive a written reprimand from cycling officials, to be removed from her file after 12 months. Ward did not impose a suspension (essentially ending the initial year-long suspension).

Archbold provided a copy of Ward’s Nov. 16, 2018, decision to the Star. As part of Ward’s findings, he recognized that Ema Archbold is a minor, “has been a hard-working athlete and has no previous history of discipline” and that she expressed “remorse about the situation.” He wrote that Team Ontario “should have been clearer about the impact of Archbold’s decision to leave the team — why it was wrong and how it may affect other athletes” and “that it would have been helpful to raise their concerns more immediately with a minor athlete.”

Ward also found Ema “acted in her own best interests to the possible detriment of her teammates and the team at large,” according to his written review.

In an interview, Archbold claimed that after Ema wrote her apology letter, Ontario cycling officials squeezed her out of elite training in late 2018 and early 2019, which he says effectively fulfilled the original year-long suspension.

Archbold said he believes the cycling association punished his daughter to exact revenge on him for doggedly demanding answers about Lee and adherence to the discipline panel’s bylaws.

“You’re going to come after my 16-year-old daughter when you’re not following your policies and bylaws because you want to intimidate me because I had the audacity — let’s put heavy sarcasm on that — to ask questions about a coach? ” Archbold said in an interview.

In November of 2008, Lee spoke to reporters outside his hotel near Allentown, Penn., after the rape charges were dropped. He’d been in jail pending trial for about four months before being released.

Lee was quoted as saying he accepted “some responsibility for an error in my decision-making,” according to a published report. He also described his actions as “immoral” and “I’m not proud of that.”

The teen who falsely accused Lee later told investigators she’d invited him into her home and they’d had consensual sex, according to published reports. As part of the investigation clearing Lee of all charges, police uncovered emails in which the girl told Lee she was 18 or 19 (it’s unclear which), according to media reports.

Earlier this year, Archbold tried to recoup costs without suing the provincial cycling body. In a 12-page letter dated May 24, his lawyer, Andrew Carvajal, requested approximately $900 in cycling-related costs and $5,107.61 in legal fees from the Ontario Cycling Association due to its “arbitrary and high-handed actions.”

A month later, OCA lawyer Macdonald R.I. Allen sent a one-page response that read in part:

“The OCA does not owe your clients any money, nor has the OCA caused your clients any damage. Your clients have been the authors of their own misfortunes.”

Mary Ormsby is a reporter and feature writer based in Toronto. Reach her via email: mormsby@thestar.ca


          

Nocturnist Physician Job job in Pennsylvania-Philadelphia - #hospitalist #hospitalmedicine #academichospitalist #meded #medtwitter

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Lead the Department of Breast Oncology at Nationally Recognized US Cancer Center | Jackson Physician Search

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Pennsylvania, Leading Academic Cancer Center in Philadelphia is seeking an experienced oncologist with a national reputation to be the Disease Chief of Breast Oncology Comprehensive Cancer and Cancer Research Cent
          

Shore Conference Hockey Teams Unite For A Cause

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It’s easy to understand the connection between Brian Simpson and Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Continue reading…
          

Menù di lunedì 02 dicembre 2019

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PIATTI DEL GIORNO Riso alla Cantonese 8,00 € Bistecca di Vitellone con contorno 15,00 € Buddha Bowl con Salmone e Philadelphia (*) 10,00 € Cavolfiore Gratinato 3,00 € Tiramisù 4,00 € Dove non specificato diversamente i secondi piatti sono senza contorno * Ingredienti : Riso Rosso Integrale e Quinoa Bianca, Salmone e Philadelphia, Avocado e Lime, Cavolfiore Colorato, Uovo Sodo ...
          

Moore, No. 22 Villanova ride big first half past La Salle

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Bey and Jeremiah Robinson-Earl each had 10 rebounds. Collin Gillespie contributed 14 points for the Wildcats, who have won seven in a row against their Philadelphia Big Five City Series rival and ...
          

Villanova rides big first half to win over La Salle

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Bey and Jeremiah Robinson-Earl each had 10 rebounds. Collin Gillespie contributed 14 points for the Wildcats, who have won seven in a row against their Philadelphia Big Five City Series rival and ...
          

Flavor Tour

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Employer name: Flavor Tour City: Atlantic City State: New Jersey Type of Business: Restaurant Job title: Cashier, Counter Help Number of positions: 2 English level required: advanced Pay rate: $11.00/hour - 32-40 hours/week Start Date: 15.06.2020 - 22.06.2020 End Date: 08.09.2020 - 28.09.2020 Housing: 3+ persons/room; $95-$100/week - utilities not included Why choose it? Restaurants spread throughout the New Jersey Jersey Shore, The Flavor Tour specializes in gourmet quick-service outlets focused on design, quality, and service. Located in a popular venue such as The Hard Rock Hotel Casino. Our restaurants provide patrons with friendly service and deliciously satisfying food. Atlantic City has an excellent transportation system and Work & Travel participants from all over the world. Atlantic City is only 2.5 hours from NYC, 1 hour from Philadelphia, and 3 hours from Washington D.C.. Spend your summer living near the beach and working by the ocean. Enjoy world class shopping, casinos, nightlife, and free citywide weekly events.
          

Court: ‘Football flu’ dispute can be settled by arbitrator

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A state appellate court upheld a southern New Jersey school teacher’s legal victory in an ongoing dispute over using a sick day during last year's Philadelphia Eagles Super Bowl victory parade.
          

That unit has been overhauled, leaving only one returning starter (ingen svar)

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The Steelers spent some time this week talking about the improved atmosphere around the team after things got a bit toxic during the messy end to the 2018 season http://www.cincinnatibengalsteamonline.com/randy-bullock-jersey , but it will take some time to see if that translates to wins on the field.Until it does, the Steelers are likely to continue to hear doubts that they can return to the playoffs this season. They’ve heard some from oddsmakers who installed the Browns as favorites to win the AFC North and it’s not hard to come across others around the football world who are skeptical of the team.Cornerback Joe Haden thinks the team can use those doubts “to our advantage.”“You hear the outside noise,” Haden said, via the . “Usually, Pittsburgh, [outsiders are] always, ‘Aw, they’re going to be in the playoffs.’ They just basically put us in the playoffs. Now to hear people not talk as highly of us has kind of put a chip on our shoulder. I think that’s a great thing. We’ve got something to really work for.”If the AFC North turns out as the oddsmakers project, it would be a significant change for the division, the Browns and the Steelers. It’s only May, though, and that’s plenty of time for Haden and his teammates to keep things from changing too much. INDIANAPOLIS — When Andrew Luck gazes over Cincinnati’s defense Sunday, he’ll see some of the league’s top pass rushers.Defensive tackle Geno Atkins often gets the interior push. Michael Johnson, Carlos Dunlap and Carl Lawson routinely bring the outside pressure.So with Luck making his first start in more than 20 months http://www.cincinnatibengalsteamonline.com/mark-walton-jersey , the Cincinnati Bengals hope to make life miserable as the Colts‘ quarterback re-acclimates himself to regular-season life in the NFL.“My biggest concern, they have a really good front seven,” Luck said. “It’s always a tough defense. Geno Atkins is a heck of a player, (Carlos) Dunlap on the edge, got guys that can cover. So it’s always a challenge.”Circumstances could make this season opener even more challenging for Indy.Longtime left tackle Anthony Castonzo missed the entire preseason with a hamstring injury and was limited in practice earlier this week. Denzelle Good, who appeared to be the favorite at right tackle, hasn’t played since hurting his left knee in the third preseason game.Then there’s rookie left guard Quenton Nelson, the No. 6 pick. He’s likely to draw the assignment on Atkins, and there’s no assurance second-year running back Marlon Mack will return from a hamstring injury that has kept him off the field since the preseason opener. If Mack can’t play, rookies Jordan Wilkins and Nyheim Hines may be asked to help protect Luck, one of the league’s highest-paid players.No, it’s not an ideal start for a quarterback who missed the 2017 season while recovering from surgery on his throwing shoulder.But the Colts may not have a choice.“We will do everything we can do to neutralize the pass rush — no matter what five guys are up front,” new coach Frank Reich said. “And that will be No. 1 on the pass game agenda each week: How do you protect the passer?”The Bengals, who have lost eight straight in Indy http://www.cincinnatibengalsteamonline.com/hardy-nickerson-jersey , have other concerns.They’re expecting to face a crowd eager to welcome back Luck and capable of making enough noise to slow down the pass rushers.“I think everybody there is going to be excited,” Bengals coach Marvin Lewis said. “We know the kind of player that he is. I guess if you’re going to play Andrew Luck, you’d rather be playing him now than Week 12.”NEW STRIPESThe Bengals debut their redesigned offense under coordinator Bill Lazor after giving a few previews during the preseason. They made more of an effort to get big plays, something missing last season. Andy Dalton looked comfortable with the new playbook in his limited preseason time, completing 71 percent of his passes with four touchdowns, one interception — the receiver fell on his route — and a passer rating of 130.9.“I feel real comfortable with the way I played,” Dalton said.DOUBLE DOSELast year, in Philadelphia, Reich took advantage of a plethora of solid tight ends. Expect more of the same this season in Indy.The Colts signed free agent Eric Ebron, Detroit’s first-round pick in 2014, to help stretch the field as Pro Bowler Jack Doyle continues to exploit the middle. Indy also has former basketball player Eric Swoope and Ryan Hewitt, a former Bengal, on the roster. All four could play Sunday.NEW O-LINEThe offensive line was the biggest issue in Cincinnati’s offense finishing last in the league in 2017. That unit has been overhauled, leaving only one returning starter http://www.cincinnatibengalsteamonline.com/germaine-pratt-jersey , left guard Clint Boling.It’ll be the first time that left tackle Cordy Glenn, rookie center Billy Price, right guard Alex Redmond and right tackle Bobby Hart play together in a regular-season game.RECORD WATCHAdam Vinatieri’s 23rd NFL season could be the most remarkable of his career.The four-time Super Bowl champion needs seven field goals to break Morten Andersen’s record (565), five field goals from the 40-49-yard range to take over the top spot from Gary Anderson and 58 points to break Andersen’s mark of 2,544.How has he done it? By keeping things in perspective.“You definitely want to start off on the right note,” he said. “We know how important it is, we know how much our owner wants to win this first game. We know how important it is to win at home in front of our home crowd, all the above.”NO BURFICTFor the fourth straight season, the Bengals will be without linebacker Vontaze Burfict at the outset.He missed the first six games of 2015 while recovering from a knee injury and has been suspended for the start of each of the past three.This time, Burfict will miss the first four games for violating the NFL’s policy on performance-enhancers.
          

Wilkinson to Receive Philadelphia Bar Association Sandra Day O’Connor Award

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Department of Electronics and Computer Science, University of Southampton

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United States: Philadelphia Passes Mandatory Building Energy Efficiency Tune-Up Bill - Duane Morris LLP

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Philadelphia's City Council unanimously passed a bill requiring owners of non-residential commercial buildings larger than 50,000 square feet to perform regular building tune-ups to improve their
          

Koepfli, Ann Shields

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Ann Shields Koepfli was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on August 15, 1925. She died in Santa Barbara, California on November 11, 2019. Ann...
          

Urologist with Partnership Track General Urology and Robotics | University Urology Associates of New Jersey (UUANJ.COM)

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Central New Jersey, New Jersey, M.D. or D.O. Bedroom Community to New York & Philadelphia & Jersey Shore 5 Urologist & 2 Midlevel Provider  well-regarded busy Urology practice in Central New Jersey. Currently reviewing applica
          

Professions: Package Handler Jobs - Anderson, Indiana

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Job Title: Part- Time: Material Handler/Warehouse-NIGHT Shift-$16.12; 10:00 pm to 5:00 am. Job Requisition Number: RC192062 Category: Operations Job Family: FXE-US: Handler/Dockworker Time Type: Part Time Compensation: $0 Locations: Indianapolis, Indiana To Provide Safe And Efficient Operation Of Equipment Used For The Movement Of Packages/Documents/Heavyweight, Dangerous Goods And Ulds. To Assist In The Buildup/Breakdown Of Pallets Containing Heavyweight Freight. To Serve As Liaison Between Company And Uld Repair Vendor, As Required. IND Hub MUST HAVE A VALID DRIVER'S LICENSE FOR POSITION. . MON - FRIDAY BETWEEN 10PM AND 5AM Guaranteed minimum of 17.5 hours/week. Ability To Lift 75 Lbs. Ability To Maneuver Packages Of Any Weight Above 75Lbs. With Appropriate Equipment And/Or Assistance From Another Person. Clerical Experience Including Typing And/Or General Office Administration Duties Preferred. Good Human Relations And Communication Skills. Ability To Successfully Complete All Basic And Recurrency Training. Experience Dealing With The Movement Of Heavyweight Freight Using Forklifts, Tugs And Other Loading/Unloading Equipment Preferred. The Ability To Communicate Both Timely And Effectively In A Noisy Operations Environment, Is Required. Since Operating Motorized Conveyances Is Required In This Job, Employee Must Possess A Valid Driver'S License (See Policy 4-48). MUST HAVE LIVE IN THE USA FOR THE LAST 5 YEARS MALES MUST HAVE SELECTIVE SERVICE BORN AFTER 1959 OR TO SSS.GOV University of Memphis (UofM) Global has collaborated with FedEx to offer FedEx Hub employees at select locations* a higher education degree program, LiFE (Learning inspired by FedEx). There are potentially no out of pocket costs as long as candidates meet the criteria and in good academic standing. In addition you will have courses suited to your prior education, 24/7 tutoring and a UofM Global LiFE Coach to help you along the way. FedEx Express is an EEO/AA employer and prohibits discrimination and harassment against any applicant or employee on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, citizenship, genetic information, age (except for bona fide occupational qualifications), sex, pregnancy (including childbirth or a related medical condition), disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, military leave or service, status as a disabled veteran or other covered veteran status, participation in EEO protected activity, any other status protected by federal, state, or local law, or association with a person on the basis of one or more of the foregoing. FedEx Express is an AA/EEO/Veterans/Disabled Employer. Applicants who require reasonable accommodations to complete a profile or to submit responses to qualifying questions may contact Reginald Stewart at 1-866-730-1021. Please click below to learn more about your rights as an Applicant under Federal Employment Laws: E-Verify Program Participant: FedEx Express participates in the Department of Homeland Security U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services' E-Verify program (For U.S. applicants and employees only). Please click below to learn more about the E-Verify program: E-Verify Notice Right to Work Notice / If you are applying in Philadelphia, PA, you can click below to learn about Philadelphia's fair chance hiring law. Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance FedEx Express will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records. NEW YORK CORRECTION LAW ARTICLE 23-A LICENSURE AND EMPLOYMENT OF PERSONS PREVIOUSLY CONVICTED OF ONE OR MORE CRIMINAL OFFENSES Section 750. Definitions. 751. Applicability. 752. Unfair discrimination against persons previously convicted of one or more criminal offenses prohibited. 753. Factors to be considered concerning a previous criminal conviction; presumption. 754. Written statement upon denial of license or employment. 755. Enforcement. --750. Definitions. For the purposes of this article, the following terms shall have the following meanings: (1) "Public agency" means the state or any local subdivision thereof, or any state or local department, agency, board or commission. (2) "Private employer" means any person, company, corporation, labor organization or association which employs ten or more persons. (3) "Direct relationship" means that the nature of criminal conduct for which the person was convicted has a direct bearing on his fitness or ability to perform one or more of the duties or responsibilities necessarily related to the license, opportunity, or job in question. (4) "License" means any certificate, license, permit or grant of permission required by the laws of this state, its political subdivisions or instrumentalities as a condition for the lawful practice of any occupation, employment, trade, vocation, business, or profession. Provided, however, that "license" shall not, for the purposes of this article, include any license or permit to own, possess, carry, or fire any explosive, pistol, handgun, rifle, shotgun, or other firearm. (5) "Employment" means any occupation, vocation or employment, or any form of vocational or educational training. Provided, however, that "employment" shall not, for the purposes of this article, include membership in any law enforcement agency. --751. Applicability. The provisions of this article shall apply to any application by any person for a license or employment at any public or private employer, who has previously been convicted of one or more criminal offenses in this state or in any other jurisdiction, and to any license or employment held by any person whose conviction of one or more criminal offenses in this state or in any other jurisdiction preceded such employment or granting of a license, except where a mandatory forfeiture, disability or bar to employment is imposed by law, and has not been removed by an executive pardon, certificate of relief from disabilities or certificate of good conduct. Nothing in this article shall be construed to affect any right an employer may have with respect to an intentional misrepresentation in connection with an application for employment made by a prospective employee or previously made by a current employee. --752. Unfair discrimination against persons previously convicted of one or more criminal offenses prohibited. No application for any license or employment, and no employment or license held by an individual, to which the provisions of this article are applicable, shall be denied or acted upon adversely by reason of the individual's having been previously convicted of one or more criminal offenses, or by reason of a finding of lack of "good moral character" when such finding is based upon the fact that the individual has previously been convicted of one or more criminal offenses, unless: (1) There is a direct relationship between one or more of the previous criminal offenses and the specific license or employment sought or held by the individual; or (2) the issuance or continuation of the license or the granting or continuation of the employment would involve an unreasonable risk to property or to the safety or welfare of specific individuals or the general public. --753. Factors to be considered concerning a previous criminal conviction; presumption. 1. In making a determination pursuant to section seven hundred fifty-two of this chapter, the public agency or private employer shall consider the following factors: (a) The public policy of this state, as expressed in this act, to encourage the licensure and employment of persons previously convicted of one or more criminal offenses. (b) The specific duties and responsibilities necessarily related to the license or employment sought or held by the person. (c) The bearing, if any, the criminal offense or offenses for which the person was previously convicted will have on his fitness or ability to perform one or more such duties or responsibilities. (d) The time which has elapsed since the occurrence of the criminal offense or offenses. (e) The age of the person at the time of occurrence of the criminal offense or offenses. (f) The seriousness of the offense or offenses. (g) Any information produced by the person, or produced on his behalf, in regard to his rehabilitation and good conduct. (h) The legitimate interest of the public agency or private employer in protecting property, and the safety and welfare of specific individuals or the general public. 2. In making a determination pursuant to section seven hundred fifty-two of this chapter, the public agency or private employer shall also give consideration to a certificate of relief from disabilities or a certificate of good conduct issued to the applicant, which certificate shall create a presumption of rehabilitation in regard to the offense or offenses specified therein. --754. Written statement upon denial of license or employment. At the request of any person previously convicted of one or more criminal offenses who has been denied a license or employment, a public agency or private employer shall provide, within thirty days of a request, a written statement setting forth the reasons for such denial. --755. Enforcement. 1. In relation to actions by public agencies, the provisions of this article shall be enforceable by a proceeding brought pursuant to article seventy-eight of the civil practice law and rules. 2. In relation to actions by private employers, the provisions of this article shall be enforceable by the division of human rights pursuant to the powers and procedures set forth in article fifteen of the executive law, and, concurrently, by the New York city commission on human rights. ()
          

Professions: Part Time: FLEX -Handler/Warehouse-Monday Night Shift + 1 Night SHIFT Between 10pm - 5am $15.30 Hr - Anderson, Indiana

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Job Title: Part Time: FLEX -Handler/Warehouse-Monday Night Shift + 1 Night SHIFT Between 10pm - 5am $15.30 HrJob Requisition Number: RC210164Category: OperationsJob Family: FXE-US: Handler/DockworkerTime Type: Part TimeCompensation: $0Locations:Indianapolis, IndianaTo Provide Movement Of Packages, Documents, Dangerous Goods And/Or Supply Support In A Timely, Safe And Efficient Manner Through Effective Scan/Load Methods. This Is A Non-Driving Position (Public Roadways).Able To Lift 75Lbs. Able To Maneuver Packages Of Any Weight Above 75Lbs. With Appropriate Equipment And/Or Assistance From Another Person. Able To Success- Fully Complete All Basic And Recurrency Training. The Ability To Communicate Both Timely And Effectively, In A Noisy Operations Environment, Is Required.University of Memphis (UofM) Global has collaborated with FedEx to offer FedEx Hub employees at select locations* a higher education degree program, LiFE (Learning inspired by FedEx). There are potentially no out of pocket costs as long as candidates meet the criteria and in good academic standing. In addition you will have courses suited to your prior education, 24/7 tutoring and a UofM Global LiFE Coach to help you along the way." --*(Currently only Memphis, Indy, Oakland, Newark and LAX Hub locations are eligible for LiFe program enrollment consideration.) FedEx Express is an EEO/AA employer and prohibits discrimination and harassment against any applicant or employee on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, citizenship, genetic information, age (except for bona fide occupational qualifications), sex, pregnancy (including childbirth or a related medical condition), disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, military leave or service, status as a disabled veteran or other covered veteran status, participation in EEO protected activity, any other status protected by federal, state, or local law, or association with a person on the basis of one or more of the foregoing.FedEx Express is an AA/EEO/Veterans/Disabled Employer.Applicants who require reasonable accommodations to complete a profile or to submit responses to qualifying questions may contact Reginald Stewart at 1-866-730-1021.Please click below to learn more about your rights as an Applicant under Federal Employment Laws: E-Verify Program Participant: FedEx Express participates in the Department of Homeland Security U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services' E-Verify program (For U.S. applicants and employees only). Please click below to learn more about the E-Verify program: E-Verify Notice Right to Work Notice / If you are applying in Philadelphia, PA, you can click below to learn about Philadelphia's fair chance hiring law.Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance FedEx Express will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.NEW YORK CORRECTION LAWARTICLE 23-ALICENSURE AND EMPLOYMENT OF PERSONS PREVIOUSLY CONVICTED OF ONE OR MORE CRIMINAL OFFENSESSection 750. Definitions.751. Applicability.752. Unfair discrimination against persons previously convicted of one or more criminal offenses prohibited.753. Factors to be considered concerning a previous criminal conviction; presumption.754. Written statement upon denial of license or employment.755. Enforcement.--750. Definitions. For the purposes of this article, the following terms shall have the following meanings:(1) "Public agency" means the state or any local subdivision thereof, or any state or local department, agency, board or commission.(2) "Private employer" means any person, company, corporation, labor organization or association which employs ten or more persons.(3) "Direct relationship" means that the nature of criminal conduct for which the person was convicted has a direct bearing on his fitness or ability to perform one or more of the duties or responsibilities necessarily related to the license, opportunity, or job in question.(4) "License" means any certificate, license, permit or grant of permission required by the laws of this state, its political subdivisions or instrumentalities as a condition for the lawful practice of any occupation, employment, trade, vocation, business, or profession. Provided, however, that "license" shall not, for the purposes of this article, include any license or permit to own, possess, carry, or fire any explosive, pistol, handgun, rifle, shotgun, or other firearm.(5) "Employment" means any occupation, vocation or employment, or any form of vocational or educational training. Provided, however, that "employment" shall not, for the purposes of this article, include membership in any law enforcement agency.--751. Applicability. The provisions of this article shall apply to any application by any person for a license or employment at any public or private employer, who has previously been convicted of one or more criminal offenses in this state or in any other jurisdiction, and to any license or employment held by any person whose conviction of one or more criminal offenses in this state or in any other jurisdiction preceded such employment or granting of a license, except where a mandatory forfeiture, disability or bar to employment is imposed by law, and has not been removed by an executive pardon, certificate of relief from disabilities or certificate of good conduct. Nothing in this article shall be construed to affect any right an employer may have with respect to an intentional misrepresentation in connection with an application for employment made by a prospective employee or previously made by a current employee.--752. Unfair discrimination against persons previously convicted of one or more criminal offenses prohibited. No application for any license or employment, and no employment or license held by an individual, to which the provisions of this article are applicable, shall be denied or acted upon adversely by reason of the individual's having been previously convicted of one or more criminal offenses, or by reason of a finding of lack of "good moral character" when such finding is based upon the fact that the individual has previously been convicted of one or more criminal offenses, unless:(1) There is a direct relationship between one or more of the previous criminal offenses and the specific license or employment sought or held by the individual; or(2) the issuance or continuation of the license or the granting or continuation of the employment would involve an unreasonable risk to property or to the safety or welfare of specific individuals or the general public.--753. Factors to be considered concerning a previous criminal conviction; presumption. 1. In making a determination pursuant to section seven hundred fifty-two of this chapter, the public agency or private employer shall consider the following factors:(a) The public policy of this state, as expressed in this act, to encourage the licensure and employment of persons previously convicted of one or more criminal offenses.(b) The specific duties and responsibilities necessarily related to the license or employment sought or held by the person.(c) The bearing, if any, the criminal offense or offenses for which the person was previously convicted will have on his fitness or ability to perform one or more such duties or responsibilities.(d) The time which has elapsed since the occurrence of the criminal offense or offenses.(e) The age of the person at the time of occurrence of the criminal offense or offenses.(f) The seriousness of the offense or offenses.(g) Any information produced by the person, or produced on his behalf, in regard to his rehabilitation and good conduct.(h) The legitimate interest of the public agency or private employer in protecting property, and the safety and welfare of specific individuals or the general public.2. In making a determination pursuant to section seven hundred fifty-two of this chapter, the public agency or private employer shall also give consideration to a certificate of relief from disabilities or a certificate of good conduct issued to the applicant, which certificate shall create a presumption of rehabilitation in regard to the offense or offenses specified therein.--754. Written statement upon denial of license or employment. At the request of any person previously convicted of one or more criminal offenses who has been denied a license or employment, a public agency or private employer shall provide, within thirty days of a request, a written statement setting forth the reasons for such denial.--755. Enforcement.1. In relation to actions by public agencies, the provisions of this article shall be enforceable by a proceeding brought pursuant to article seventy-eight of the civil practice law and rules.2. In relation to actions by private employers, the provisions of this article shall be enforceable by the division of human rights pursuant to the powers and procedures set forth in article fifteen of the executive law, and, concurrently, by the New York city commission on human rights. ()
          

Review: A woman recorded television 24 hours a day for 30 years. This doc tells her story

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"Recorder: The Marion Stokes Project," is a documentary about a political activist turned archivist in Philadelphia who spent three decades obsessively recording TV news programs, talk shows, commercials and more.


          

1953 HR Draft

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Pick Team Player 1 Saint Louis Browns 2B Carol Lindsay 2 Milwaukee Braves 2B Arnold Nicholson 3 Boston Red Sox RF Thomas Hinojosa 4 New York Giants P Thomas Job 5 Philadelphia Athletics P Quyleen Coon 6 Chicago Cubs SS Scott Edwards 7 Detroit Tigers C Gregory Howard 8 Cincinnati Reds P Robert Frechette 9 New York Yankees 10 Pittsburgh Pirates 11 Cleveland Indians 12 Saint Louis Cardinals 13 Washington Senators 14 Philadelphia Phillies 15 Brooklyn Dodgers 16 Chicago White Stockings
          

Bilingual Tax Professional - CPA - Remote | Intuit

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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Overview Join Our Virtual Tax Network! At Intuit, our mission is to power prosperity around the world. Tax experts support that mission to our TurboTax customers by: providing valuable guidance, inst
          

ENT New Jersey | Million Dollar Income Potential | Jackson Physician Search

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New Jersey, Join a thriving group ENT practice on the Atlantic Coast - Tri-State area. Close proximity to New York and Philadelphia. Join an established group of 11 ENT's Midlevel/Anesthesia support Great relat
          

Introducing Biology's newest faculty

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People:
Neda Bagheri
Alejandro Rico-Guevara
Kristiina Hurme
Jeff Rasmussen
Adam Steinbrenner
Julie Theriot

Welcome to UW Biology's newest faculty members! These renowned scholars and researchers come from all across the country and have added tremendous expertise to the UW Biology community. A special thank you to the Washington Research Foundation, Jodi Green, Mike Halperin, Walt Halperin, Margaret Hall, and the late Ben Hall for making these hires possible!

Here is a brief look at the newest members of the UW Biology community:

Neda Bagheri
Assistant Professor
WRF Distinguished Investigator

Education:

PhD in Electrical Engineering from UC Santa Barbara
Postdoc in Biological Engineering from MIT

Expertise:

My lab—aptly named the MOdeling DYnamics of Living Systems (MODYLS) Lab—employs tools across engineering and applied math to help explain unintuitive biological observations and to gain fundamental insight. My primary areas of expertise include systems biology, dynamical systems, and control theory. An exciting application of our research that integrates skills across these domains involves predicting emergent dynamics within and among cell populations using multi-scale, multi-class computational models.  

Most fascinating research discovery:

Understanding how the context of the microenvironment shapes cell decisions.

Accolades:

NSF CAREER Award, National Science Foundation Directorate for Engineering

Distinguished Speaker for the Accelerated Discovery Forum at IBM Research-Almaden and Keynote Speaker at multiple international conferences

Mindlin Foundation Public Lecture at University of Washington

Cornew Innovation Award, Northwestern University Chemistry of Life Processes

Extracurricular:

  1. If not a Biology professor, I would be: Hiking above tree line.​
  2. Favorite hobbies:​ I love being outside—hiking, cycling, climbing—and playing ultimate frisbee.​
  3. What is one thing you will never do again? Learn how to drive a motorcycle through trial and error. (Take a class!)
  4. What motivates you to work hard? I love to enable, promote, and empower the next generation of citizens and thought leaders.
  5. If you could choose to do anything for a day, what would it be? Paraglide across the alps (with proper instruction and safety, of course)

Kristiina Hurme
Lecturer, full-time

Education:

B.A. Princeton University
Ph.D. University of Connecticut

Expertise:

I’m a Behavioral Ecologist that has studied parental care, territoriality, male-male combat, vocal communication, mating and courtship in frogs, birds, and fish throughout the Neotropics. In zoos I designed enrichment for monkeys and frogs, and used positive reinforcement to train monkeys and sea lions, skills that I am now using to study wild hummingbirds!

Most fascinating research discovery:

For my dissertation, I studied maternal care in a neotropical frog, Leptodactylus insularum, in Panama. These large frog mommas often care for schools of 1000s of tadpoles in temporary ponds. I found that they reached metamorphosis surprisingly quickly, growing from egg to juvenile froglet in about two weeks! In order to grow and develop so fast, these tadpoles were constantly active and foraging. This activity attracted a lot of attention from predators, such as fishing spiders and herons, and I found that the only schools that survived to metamorphosis had a mother guarding them. These courageous moms not only fought off predators (even my hand!), but also communicated with the schools, guiding them to safe foraging areas. Some males have large and muscular arms with thumb spines (intrasexually selected weapons), and the only males I observed breeding were huge and covered in battle scars.

Accolades:

I received Honorable Mention for the Graduate Student Teaching Excellence Award at the Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Department, University of Connecticut.

Our recent paper on Intrasexually Selected Weapons was selected as the cover of the latest volume (five issues) of Biological Reviews: onlinelibrary.wiley.com/loi/1469185x/year/2019

Extracurricular:

  1. If not a Biology professor, I would bean artist, a zookeeper, a scientific illustrator, a wildlife film maker – something that allows me to observe and appreciate the natural world and share it with others.
  2. What is your favorite book? “My Family and Other Animals”, by Gerald Durrell. Growing up as a young naturalist on a Greek Island – what a dream!
  3. What is your proudest accomplishment? Working as a team with my husband Alejandro. In life, raising our daughters, Sierra and Aurora. In research, training wild hummingbirds to voluntarily drink from intimidating experimental setups, resulting in a stress-free way to measure behavior and physiology. Check out the PBS nature documentary “Super Hummingbirds” for examples!
  4. What are your hobbies? Fencing, anything related to horses, nature photography, exploring nature with two little kids.
  5. What makes you happy? Seeing the “aha” moment in students, sharing a love and enthusiasm for biology and observation of the natural world, showing students cool and surprising animal behaviors, often with the help of David Attenborough!
  6. Why did you choose to work at UW Biology? I fell in love with the department because of how everyone prioritizes excellence in teaching biology and collaborates on assessing how students learn! I am so excited to be in a place where I will be supported and encouraged!

Jeff Rasmussen
Assistant Professor
WRF Distinguished Investigator

Education:

2011, Ph.D., Molecular and Cellular Biology, University of Washington, Seattle, WA
2002, Sc.B., Computational Biology, Brown University, Providence, RI

Expertise:

I am broadly interested in cell and developmental biology, in particular how cells adopt and maintain specific shapes. My lab uses zebrafish to gain molecular and cellular insights into the development and repair of somatosensory neurons, which are some of the largest and most complex cells in the body. Somatosensory neurons build enormous and elaborate peripheral axons that innervate the skin to detect pain and touch. Our current focus is on understanding interactions between these somatosensory axon endings and the various specialized cell types they encounter in the skin.

Most fascinating research discovery:

As a graduate student, I discovered that cells within the worm embryo could fuse with themselves to form tiny, single-cell tubes in the shape of a donut.

Accolades:

2018, Hilde Mangold Postdoctoral Presentation Award, Society for Developmental Biology (SDB) 77th Annual Meeting, Portland, OR

2013—2016, Postdoctoral Fellow, Jane Coffin Childs Memorial Fund

2007—2010, Predoctoral Trainee, NIH Training Grant in Developmental Biology, University of Washington

Extracurricular:

  1. If not a Biology professor, I would be: pursuing something artistic.
  2. What are your hobbies? Playing soccer, running, and eating vegetarian food.
  3. What makes you happy? A sunny day in Seattle.
  4. Why did you choose to work at UW Biology? For the opportunity to work with fantastic colleagues and great students.
  5. What is your morning routine? I make breakfast for my kids, give my daughter a big hug when I drop her off at preschool, run to campus and enjoy a big mug of green tea while thinking about science.
  6. If you could choose to do anything for a day, what would it be? You mean I get to choose my superpower? Teleportation! That way I could visit the Wonders of the World without any lines.

Alejandro Rico-Guevara
Assistant Professor
Walt Halperin Endowed Professor
WRF Distinguished Investigator

Education:

Biologist - Universidad Nacional de Colombia
PhD- University of Connecticut, Miller Fellow- UC Berkeley.

Expertise:

I perform theoretical and empirical research on Behavioral Ecophysics, which I define as the study of organismal mechanisms (e.g. physiology, biomechanics) and their explicit links to biotic and abiotic interactions. My recent discoveries on nectar collection and intrasexually selected weapons revive questions on how animals balance caloric gain and expenditure, and on foraging theory in light of both exploitative and interference competition. I have focused on the most specialized vertebrate pollinators, hummingbirds, and working on such a data-rich mutualistic system opens the door to quantitative (e.g. energetics) and comparative (e.g. other nectarivores) assessments of trade-offs between energy optimality and fighting proficiency in nature.

Most fascinating research discovery:

How hummingbirds actually drink, associated adaptations in their feeding apparatus, and deviations under opposing selective pressures (e.g. bills as weapons).

Accolades (2-4 maximum):

Frank A. Pitelka Award for Excellence in Research, International Society for Behavioral Ecology. behavecol.com/awards-1

Kimberly G. Smith Outstanding Student Paper Award, Organization for Tropical Studies, 7th Annual Competition. tropicalstudies.org/research

Best Doctoral Dissertation, Greg and Mona Anderson Award, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Connecticut. eeb.uconn.edu

Best Oral Presentation Award, IV Colombian Zoology Congress (selected among 2000 presentations). vccz.aczcolombia.org

Extracurricular:

  1. If not a Biology professor, I would be: Most likely I would have looked for an occupation that would have kept me in touch with nature and being outdoors: a farmer, a birdwatching guide, a park ranger, a mountain rescue responder, a scuba instructor, something like that. To some degree, I’ve tried all of the above at different stages of my life!
  2. What makes you happy? Being with my loved ones, but it doesn’t really matter what I’m doing (from hanging out in my grandma’s house for lunch, to family fencing being beaten by my in-laws!). Especially treasuring day-to-day unrepeatable moments with my wife, Kristiina, and watching our little fledglings, Sierra Annaleema and Aurora Delta, grow.
  3. Why did you choose to work at UW Biology? Because of the supportive and collaborative spirit, world-class academic excellence, its integrative approaches, the strong emphasis both in research and teaching, its interdisciplinarity, and the tight links with the Burke Museum, highlighting the importance of science communication, among many other reasons!
  4. What is your favorite childhood memory? Going on weekend trips and vacations with my parents and sisters, regardless if it was to stop on the side of the road, or going to the closest river to cook on a campfire, and all the way to when we were able to “meet the sea”. My dad is a naturalist at heart, and we have had tons of fun exploring nature together. I’m a biologist because of him!​
  5. What motivates you to work hard? A deep desire to understand the mysteries of life. Whether that means doing careful lab experiments and developing home-made devices, or spending a lot of time in the field chasing elusive behaviors; the motivation is always to go beyond the limits of our knowledge. And now supporting others to pursue similar dreams!

Adam Steinbrenner
Assistant Professor
WRF Distinguished Investigator

Education:

BS Tufts University
PhD UC Berkeley

Expertise:

My lab studies the plant immune system.  Plants defend themselves from pests and pathogens (bacteria, fungi, herbivores, etc) by detecting molecular signatures of attackers.  We are interested in receptor proteins that recognize different types of pests and how these receptors evolve in both nature and agriculture.  We hope that better understanding plant defenses will inform and inspire strategies to reduce pesticide use and develop sustainable pest control.

Most fascinating research discovery:

In my most recent position at UC San Diego, we identified a plant immune receptor that detects peptides in larval oral secretions (i.e. caterpillar spit).  Interestingly, this receptor gene is unique to the genomes of certain legume crop species such as bean and black-eyed pea, suggesting they have a unique defense strategy against attacking insects.

Accolades:

HHMI Postdoctoral Fellow 2016-2019

NSF Graduate Research Fellow 2010-2015.

Extracurricular:

  1. What is your favorite book? Team of Rivals by Doris Kearns Goodwin, Master of the Senate by Robert Caro, Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy
  2. What are your hobbies? Running, Hiking, Fermentation + gardening projects at home
  3. Why did you choose to work at UW Biology? UW Biology has an incredibly integrative atmosphere that fits my research style.  I try not to stay too focused on a single topic or technique, but look for links across molecular biology, genomics, and evolution/ecology.  I’m looking forward to growing my lab’s connections in the department and across campus.
  4. What is your favorite childhood memory? My mother was a landscape designer and I grew up visiting gardens and arboretums around Philadelphia.  I especially loved identifying trees and observing them across the seasons.  It is fun to see paperbark maples around Seattle – one of my old favorites from the east coast!
  5. What was your favorite subject in school? History and Political Science.  It is fascinating to learn about other societies, institutions, norms.
  6. What’s the most interesting thing you can see out of your office or kitchen window? The Space Needle view from 5th floor LSB is fantastic​
  7. What motivates you to work hard? Beyond the day to day joy of experiments, it is motivating to know that basic findings in biology can eventually translate into amazing applied breakthroughs.  In a recent example, the set of tools for CRISPR-mediated genome editing originated from observations and experiments in basic microbiology / RNA biochemistry.  The previous generation of genome editing molecules, TALENs, were originally identified from bacterial pathogens of plants that used similar proteins to manipulate their hosts.

Julie Theriot
Professor
Benjamin D. Hall Endowed Chair in Basic Life Sciences

Education: 

BS Biology and Physics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
PhD Cell Biology, University of California, San Francisco

Expertise

The research of our group explores the mechanics and dynamics of cell self-organization and movement in a variety of cells ranging from bacteria to fish skin cells.  Our current work focuses on three areas:  1) the actin-based motility of intracellular bacterial pathogens such as Listeria monocytogenes, 2) the whole-cell crawling of epithelial cells and leukocytes, and related processes such as phagocytosis in macrophages, and 3) the dynamics of cellular organization in bacteria and diatoms.  A strength of our work is its highly interdisciplinary nature, bridging cell biology, microbiology, and biophysics.  By studying diverse questions in diverse biological systems, using both bottom-up approaches (biochemical reconstitution, single-molecule force measurements, mathematical modeling) and top-down approaches (genetic and pharmacological perturbations, quantitative video-based analysis of cell movement, shape, and mechanical coupling), we aim to develop a broad conceptual understanding of the organizational rules that give rise to large-scale cell structure and coordinated movement. 


          

Notice regarding AMC Sessions for the ESS 2020 Meetings

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From Committee Co-Chairs Anna Branch and Jennifer Lee Re: AMC Sessions for the 2020 Meetings of the Eastern Sociological Society Dear ESS Members:  Thanks to each of you who submitted a proposal for an Author-Meets-Critics Session for the 2020 ESS Meetings in Philadelphia. For the first time in recent ESS history, we received more than twice as […]

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Assistant/ Associate Tenure Track and non-Tenure Track Professor/ Instructional | Temple University

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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Successful candidates will have a PhD in Civil Engineering, Environmental Engineering or a related field, and a record of excellent scholarly accomplishments. Preference will be given to candidates wi
          

Danny DeVito: I ‘always wanted’ to make a ‘Matilda’ sequel

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Danny DeVito has played some lowdown villains in his day, including mutant baddie the Penguin from “Batman Returns,” ruthless intergalactic business developer Mr. Swackhammer in “Space Jam” and the reprehensible Frank Reynolds — not exactly a villain, but definitely amoral — on FX’s “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.” But in an interview with ComicBook.com last...
          

Gameday – PHI at MIA

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Time to get back to winning. The Eagles are the healthiest they have been in a while. #PHIvsMIA Inactives pic.twitter.com/yAR9r6D7DN — Philadelphia Eagles (@Eagles) December 1, 2019 The OL is set. The WRs are back. The secondary is good to go. Now the team has to go out and play well. Miami might be 2-9, but […]
          

Game Preview – PHI at MIA

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Before we talk about what will happen on Sunday, we need to talk about who will be playing. Roster Move: #Eagles have promoted TE Josh Perkins from the practice squad to the active roster and activated CB Cre'Von LeBlanc from Reserve/Injured.#Eagles have waived DT Albert Huggins. pic.twitter.com/oUWsbpEyMC — Philadelphia Eagles (@Eagles) November 30, 2019 Adding […]
          

Revolutionary Women's Forum

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Join the international business community for a program featuring global female executive leaders. Speakers will discuss their vision, and chronicle their rise to the top, showcasing the positive change they are promoting throughout the world in their respective industries. The seminar will educate participants about the waves of change the presenters are advocating, and the exciting paths they are blazing. It is an ideal time for a forum about leading women spearheading international enterprise and change. The program will include c-suite global multinational executives as well as future leaders across industry sectors who will discuss their paths to success, stumbling blocks and solutions, and their positive influence on gender diversity and inclusion.

Confirmed speakers to date:*
  • Jami Winz McKeon, Partner and Chair of the Firm, Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP
  • Julie Coker Graham, President & CEO, Philadelphia Convention & Visitors Bureau
  • Deborah Driscoll, MD, Senior VP for the Clinical Practices of the University of Pennsylvania (CPUP)
*Additional names to be released soon
          

Senior Subcontracts Administrator

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GA-Kennesaw, Overview / Responsibilities Wood is currently seeking a Senior Subcontracts Administrator to be responsible for execution of the procurement function and process within Wood Environment & Infrastructure Solutions Americas for US Federal projects within the Eastern US. Location: Knoxville, TN; Philadelphia, PA; Kennesaw, GA; or Chantilly, VA preferred, however, any Wood E&IS office location in the
          

Comment on A Long Year Ahead by LagunaBeacHokie

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Travel for fans day after Thanksgiving much less favorable. I was there but it's a grind on Friday; left Philadelphia after Thanksgiving dinner at 8pm, arrived C'ville at midnight. Cuts into Turkey Day if have to travel to get there and many fans don't like that, which is understandable.
          

Bridge Burners

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In October, a South Carolina priest refused to give Communion to Democratic presidential candidate Joseph Biden because he supports legalized abortion. Then at their November meeting, the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops voted to label abortion the “preeminent” moral issue in their “Faithful Citizenship” guide to voting, ignoring the eloquent objections to that language from bishops appointed by Pope Francis. These events prompted several observers to wonder: Are the culture wars back?

Before answering this question, we need to answer a prior one: What exactly is a “culture warrior”?

In my view, the label does not point to a particular person, or a particular cause, but rather to a particular rhetorical style. The people we call “culture warriors” consistently position themselves as moral prosecutors. Echoing the fiery language of Hosea and Jeremiah, they call out political and moral opponents, whom they put on trial for violating the fundamental moral law. Like actual prosecutors, they don’t want to hear excuses or counterarguments. They want the targets of their denunciation to plead guilty, do their time, and amend their ways. They are full of anger, which they stoke rather than control, because they believe their anger is righteous.

A dialogical approach facilitates and channels argument. In contrast, a culture-war approach shuts it down.

We find culture warriors across the political and religious spectrum. The preeminent Catholic conservative culture warrior, of course, is the Archbishop of Philadelphia, Charles Chaput, OFM. He has relentlessly castigated not only pro-choice politicians, but also ordinary Catholics who judge it best to vote for pro-choice politicians on other grounds—such as their support for universal health care or desire to strengthen unions. But Chaput’s rhetorical style is not foreign to those on the left. Think of teenage climate-change activist Greta Thunberg, who angrily indicted world leaders at the 2019 U.N. climate-action summit: “We are in the beginning of a mass extinction and all you can talk about is money and fairy tales of eternal economic growth—how dare you!”

It’s not the issue that makes a culture warrior, it’s the rhetoric. In fact, there are a growing number of Catholic “whole Catechism” culture warriors. Because they defend both the unborn and the refugee, and condemn both euthanasia and climate change, they see themselves as a bridge between left and right. But their use of prophetic indictment means they are more likely to be an isolated island of righteousness, congratulating themselves for their commitment to the full spectrum of Catholic moral teaching. For everyone else, the bridge they build is booby-trapped.

Real bridge-building requires a fundamental shift in rhetorical approach, not merely talking about a broader range of moral issues. Rather than demanding conformity, a dialogical approach facilitates mutual exchange, nurturing the possibility of good-faith discussion in three ways. First, it pinpoints and contextualizes differences. A person who honestly does not think that human activity is causing climate change may be wrong about the facts. But that does not mean she is a monster simply unconcerned about the fate of the planet. Second, it recognizes that different people may prioritize different mediating principles. Not everyone who opposes a generous immigration policy opposes welcoming the stranger; some may prioritize taking care of the poor and vulnerable already in our midst. Third, it appreciates the complexities of role-related obligations in a pluralistic society. A psychiatrist or a priest who does not inform a patient’s husband about her scheduled abortion is honoring a professional duty of confidentiality—he is not a pro-abortion stooge. And a lawmaker like Biden—one with deep moral reservations about abortion—may nevertheless judge that advocating a law criminalizing the procedure is inconsistent with his obligations as a public servant in a highly divided society.

We can argue about facts, we can argue about priorities, and we can argue about the nature and scope of role-related obligations. And that’s the point. A dialogical approach facilitates and channels argument. In contrast, a culture-war approach shuts it down. As I argued in my 2016 book Prophecy without Contempt, people tend to resent others who try to dominate them by assuming the role of moral prosecutor. They don’t like being denounced as minions of the culture of death. As Francis X. Maier recently wrote in First Things, “Contempt for people who offer their questions and criticisms out of principle, even if they’re mistaken or needlessly harsh, has the opposite of the desired effect. It stiffens resistance and proves the need for more of it. Name-calling is a bad way of winning over the alienated.”

Of course, it’s always easier to dish out contempt than to take it. Maier’s basic point is much easier to appreciate if one has been the target of scorn. I can’t help wondering: What would have happened if Maier had learned those lessons twenty years ago? As Archbishop Chaput’s close advisor and speechwriter, he might have been able to help us avoid some of the bitterness and alienation that plague American Catholicism—bitterness and alienation that have been provoked in no small part by his own rhetorical choices and those of his boss.

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UPS Driver Helper - Part Time - Entry Level

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OH-New Philadelphia, UPS is hiring individuals to work as temporary, seasonal Driver Helpers. This is a physical, fast-paced, outdoor position that involves continual lifting, lowering and carrying packages that typically weigh 25 - 35 lbs. and may weigh up to 70 lbs. It requires excellent customer contact skills and a lot of walking. As a Driver Helper you will not drive the delivery vehicle but assist the driver in
          

Transportation Modeling Intern | Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission

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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Qualifications Strong analytical, quantitative, and problem solving skills Hands-on experience with Python, R, or other programming languages Ability to work in small teams, under the directio
          

Urologist with Partnership Track General Urology and Robotics | University Urology Associates of New Jersey (UUANJ.COM)

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Central New Jersey, New Jersey, M.D. or D.O. Bedroom Community to New York & Philadelphia & Jersey Shore 5 Urologist & 2 Midlevel Provider  well-regarded busy Urology practice in Central New Jersey. Currently reviewing applica
          

Puronics Dealer Development Representative | Puronics Water Systems, Inc.

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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Puronics, a national manufacturer of a full line of residential and commercial water treatment products, is searching for an Regional Dealer Development Representative to develop new distributors and
          

Children's Mobile Psych Unit | Base Salary of 125K | Philadelphia | Jackson Physician Search

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Pennsylvania, Be at the forefront of innovation and part of a team known for transformative and compassionate care. This organization is leading in Adult and Adolescent care for individuals with intellectual and d
          

Mother Goose Says Goodbye

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On Monday afternoon, I got a Facebook call from my sister at 1 pm. A call from the U.S. on a non-preassigned call day (Sun and Thurs) instantly sends red flags flying through my mind. It was 7 am in Philadelphia. It was a Facebook call. It was someone who usually doesn’t call me. Something [...]
          

Our Closet’s ‘Fashion For All’ was presented at Neiman Marcus

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1. Our Closet ”Fashion for All” reception and fashion show took place on Thursday, November 21, 2019 at Neiman Marcus,  King of Prussia. More than 300 guests attended a fabulous fashion show organized by the Neiman Marcus team. Our Closet is a volunteer-driven organization that provides clothing to vulnerable Philadelphians and their families free of charge by […]
          

M. Night Shyamalan’s creepy Servant debuts on Apple TV+

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Servant just became the first horror series on Apple TV+. The show is getting good reviews, and is even trending on Rotten Tomatoes. Apple says this program is:

“A new psychological thriller from M. Night Shyamalan that follows a Philadelphia couple in mourning after an unspeakable tragedy creates a rift in their marriage and opens the […]

(via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)


          

M. Night Shyamalan’s Servant is ‘claustrophobically creepy’

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After binging on Thanksgiving dinner you can binge on Servant, a new horror series debuting on Apple TV+ tomorrow. It’s creepy and compelling enough to pull in generally positive reviews, and for Apple to greenlight the second season. Apple describes this show as “a new psychological thriller from M. Night Shyamalan that follows a Philadelphia couple […]

(via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)


          

Amazon CloudFront announces 10 new Edge locations including its first Edge location in Rome, Italy

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Amazon CloudFront announces its first Edge location in Rome, Italy and two additional Edge locations in in Milan, Italy – more than doubling CloudFront’s total capacity within the Italian Peninsula. Furthermore, CloudFront announces additional Edge locations in Kuala Lumpur, Mumbai, Singapore, Sydney, Philadelphia, Newark, Atlanta, Los Angeles and Hillsboro bringing CloudFront’s global network to 210 Points of Presence in 78 cities across 37 countries. For more information on CloudFront’s global infrastructure, go to CloudFront Features.


          

Dak prescott singer DAL played on defense jump

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Philadelphia : Protected Philip Rivers to complete 22-of-38 pass attempts for 347 yards and two TDs , his second 300-yard performance of the season and 53rd of his career…The heat check phrase is a common basketball term when a player tries a deep three-pointer after hitting three or four in a row.In the overtime, The […]
          

Winter weather blamed for seven deaths heads for the Northeast - NBC News

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  1. Winter weather blamed for seven deaths heads for the Northeast  NBC News
  2. Philadelphia Weather: Delaware Valley Will Be Dealing With Wintry Weather, Measurable Snowfall On Monday  CBS Philly
  3. AccuWeather Alert: Accumulating Snow Monday  WPVI-TV
  4. Winter storm forecast  CBS Evening News
  5. New York Weather: 12/1 CBS2 Sunday Winter Storm Forecast, Sleet & Snow Expected By Afternoon  CBS New York
  6. View full coverage on Google News

          

HCC Women of Wisdom Lecture Series Features Fannie Jackson Coppin

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HCC Women of Wisdom Lecture Series Features Fannie Jackson Coppin

The Housatonic Community College fall 2016 Women of Wisdom Series continues on Monday, Nov. 14 at 5 p.m. with a lecture by HCC Assistant Professor of English Susan Monroe on Fannie Jackson Coppin, an early crusader for education.

November 3, 2016
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Contact: Esther Watstein 203-332-5226

HCC Women of Wisdom Lecture Series Features Fannie Jackson Coppin

The Housatonic Community College fall 2016 Women of Wisdom Series continues on Monday, Nov. 14 at 5 p.m. with a lecture by HCC Assistant Professor of English Susan Monroe on Fannie Jackson Coppin, an early crusader for education.

Coppin was born an American slave in 1837. Her freedom was purchased by her aunt when Coppin was 12 years old. She went on to enroll at Oberlin College in Ohio, the first U.S. college to accept black, female students. She graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in 1865 and became the first African American Woman to be a school principal at the Institute for Colored Youth in Philadelphia.

The Institute was founded in 1837 and is the oldest institution of higher education for African American students in the U.S.

Throughout her life Coppin was a champion for education and advocate for women. Coppin died in 1913.

The HCC lecture will take place in the Women’s Center, Beacon Hall, room #371. The public is invited at no charge. Parking is available in the HCC garage, 900 Lafayette Blvd., Bridgeport.

For further information, contact Janice Schaeffler, 203-332-5220.


          

Bankrupt Philadelphia Refiner Seeks $2.5M in Executive Bonuses

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The bankrupt Philadelphia Energy Solutions oil refiner is seeking a minimum of $2.5 million in bonus payments to the refiner’s top executives as part of a plan to reorganize or sell the company, U.S. bankruptcy court filings show. This would …
          

Used Ford Ranger New Philadelphia OH 44663

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Ford Ranger

Here's a great deal on a 2000 Ford Ranger. This 2 door, 3 passenger truck has not yet reached the hundred thousand mile mark! It features an automatic transmission, rear-wheel drive, and a 2.5 liter 4 cylinder engine. All of the following features are included: variably intermittent wipers, a rear step bumper, a front bench seat, and more. We pride ourselves on providing excellent customer service. Please don't hesitate to give us a call.


          

Used Mercury Sable New Philadelphia OH 44663

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Mercury Sable LS

The 2005 Mercury Sable. This 4 door sedan provides exceptional value! Under the hood you'll find a 6 cylinder engine with more than 200 horsepower, providing a spirited, yet composed ride and drive. Top features include remote keyless entry, a leather steering wheel, a trip computer, an automatic dimming rear-view mirror, an outside temperature display, front fog lights, power door mirrors, and cruise control. Passengers are protected by various safety and security features, including: dual front impact airbags, a panic alarm, and ABS brakes. This car was designed with safety in mind, allowing you to drive with even greater assurance. Our sales reps are knowledgeable and professional. They'll work with you to find the right vehicle at a price you can afford. Please don't hesitate to give us a call.


          

Used CADILLAC CTS New Philadelphia OH 44663

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CADILLAC CTS Base

Come test drive this 2003 CADILLAC CTS. It features a standard transmission, rear-wheel drive, and a 3.2 liter 6 cylinder engine. Top features include front fog lights, 1-touch window functionality, variably intermittent wipers, adjustable headrests in all seating positions, a leather steering wheel, a trip computer, heated door mirrors, and much more. Side curtain airbags deploy in extreme circumstances, shielding you and your passengers from collision forces. Our sales reps are knowledgeable and professional. We'd be happy to answer any questions that you may have. Please don't hesitate to give us a call.


          

Used Ford F-250 New Philadelphia OH 44663

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Ford F-250

Discerning drivers will appreciate the 2017 Ford F-250. It features four-wheel drive capabilities, a durable automatic transmission, and a powerful 8 cylinder engine. Top features include a split folding rear seat, front and rear reading lights, a tachometer, a trip computer, a rear step bumper, an overhead console, a trailer hitch, and air conditioning. Passengers are protected by various safety and security features, including: dual front impact airbags, head curtain airbags, traction control, brake assist, ignition disabling, and 4 wheel disc brakes with ABS. With electronic stability control supplementing mechanical systems, you'll maintain precise command of the roadway. We pride ourselves on providing excellent customer service. Stop by our dealership or give us a call for more information.


          

Used Chevrolet Suburban New Philadelphia OH 44663

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Chevrolet Suburban LT

Sensibility and practicality define the 2016 Chevrolet Suburban It features four-wheel drive capabilities, a durable automatic transmission, and a powerful 8 cylinder engine. Top features include rain sensing wipers, front and rear reading lights, a built-in garage door transmitter, an automatic dimming rear-view mirror, heated seats, a power liftgate, a trailer hitch, and the power moon roof opens up the cabin to the natural environment. Features such as automatic climate control and leather upholstery prove that economical transportation does not need to be sparsely equipped. The memory system includes pedal position, allowing multiple drivers to find their preferred driving positions easily. Third row seats provide an even greater maximum passenger capacity. Premium sound drives 9 speakers, providing you and your passengers a sensational audio experience. Chevrolet ensures the safety and security of its passengers with equipment such as: dual front impact airbags with occupant sensing airbag, head curtain airbags, traction control, brake assist, ignition disabling, onStar, and 4 wheel disc brakes with ABS. Safety and maximum capability are assured via self leveling rear suspension, which maintains optimal driving geometry. We pride ourselves in consistently exceeding our customer's expectations. Stop by our dealership or give us a call for more information.


          

Used Jeep Wrangler New Philadelphia OH 44663

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Jeep Wrangler SE

Introducing the 2006 Jeep Wrangler. It features a standard transmission, 4-wheel drive, and a 2.4 liter 4 cylinder engine. Jeep infused the interior with top shelf amenities, such as: a tachometer, variably intermittent wipers, front bucket seats, tilt steering wheel, skid plates, and much more. Enjoy your favorite music via the stereo system, which includes a CD player with AM/FM radio, and 4 speakers, providing excellent sound throughout the cabin. We have a skilled and knowledgeable sales staff with many years of experience satisfying our customers needs. We'd be happy to answer any questions that you may have. Please don't hesitate to give us a call.


          

Used Ford F-150 SuperCrew New Philadelphia OH 44663

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Ford F-150 SuperCrew

Come test drive this 2007 Ford F-150 SuperCrew. A 5.4 liter V-8 engine pairs with a sophisticated 4 speed automatic transmission, providing a spirited, yet composed ride and drive. Four wheel drive allows you to go places you've only imagined. Comfort and convenience were prioritized within, evidenced by amenities such as: front and rear reading lights, a rear step bumper, an outside temperature display, tilt steering wheel, power door mirrors, an overhead console, and more. Safety equipment has been integrated throughout, including: dual front impact airbags with occupant sensing airbag, ignition disabling, and 4 wheel disc brakes with ABS. We know that you have high expectations, and we enjoy the challenge of meeting and exceeding them! Stop by our dealership or give us a call for more information.


          

Used Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD New Philadelphia OH 44663

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Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD WT

Get excited about the 2015 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD. This 2 door, 3 passenger truck still has less than 90,000 miles! It features four-wheel drive capabilities, a durable automatic transmission, and a powerful 8 cylinder engine. All of the following features are included: a trip computer, a front bench seat, fully automatic headlights, tilt steering wheel, skid plates, cruise control, and much more. Audio features include an AM/FM radio, and 4 speakers, providing excellent sound throughout the cabin. Chevrolet also prioritized safety and security with features such as: head curtain airbags, front side impact airbags, traction control, brake assist, ignition disabling, and 4 wheel disc brakes with ABS. With electronic stability control supplementing mechanical systems, you'll maintain precise command of the roadway. We have a skilled and knowledgeable sales staff with many years of experience satisfying our customers needs. They'll work with you to find the right vehicle at a price you can afford. We are here to help you.


          

Used Toyota Camry New Philadelphia OH 44663

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Toyota Camry LE

Come test drive this 2018 Toyota Camry. This 4 door, 5 passenger sedan just recently passed the 50,000 mile mark! Performance and efficiency are both prioritized thanks to the efficient 4 cylinder engine, providing a smooth and predictable driving experience. Well tuned suspension and stability control deliver a spirited, yet composed, ride and drive Toyota prioritized practicality, efficiency, and style by including: front and rear reading lights, a tachometer, front bucket seats, power door mirrors, lane departure warning, cruise control, and air conditioning. Audio features include an AM/FM radio, steering wheel mounted audio controls, and 6 speakers, enhancing the audio experience throughout the interior. Toyota also prioritized safety and security by including: dual front impact airbags, front and rear side impact airbags, traction control, brake assist, ignition disabling, and 4 wheel disc brakes with ABS. This car was designed with safety in mind, allowing you to drive with even greater assurance. We pride ourselves on providing excellent customer service. Please don't hesitate to give us a call.


          

Used Toyota Camry New Philadelphia OH 44663

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Toyota Camry LE

Discerning drivers will appreciate the 2012 Toyota Camry. This 4 door, 5 passenger sedan has just over 90,000 miles. Smooth gearshifts are achieved thanks to the efficient 4 cylinder engine, and for added security, dynamic Stability Control supplements the drivetrain. Both high fuel economy and flexible performance are assured by the 6 speed automatic transmission. Toyota infused the interior with top shelf amenities, such as: variably intermittent wipers, a trip computer, an outside temperature display, tilt and telescoping steering wheel, remote keyless entry, an overhead console, and much more. Premium sound drives 6 speakers, providing you and your passengers a sensational audio experience. Toyota also prioritized safety and security by including: dual front impact airbags with occupant sensing airbag, front and rear side impact airbags, traction control, a panic alarm, and 4 wheel disc brakes with ABS. Brake assist technology provides extra pressure when applying the brakes. Our sales reps are knowledgeable and professional. They'll work with you to find the right vehicle at a price you can afford. Call now to schedule a test drive.


          

Used Chevrolet Traverse New Philadelphia OH 44663

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Chevrolet Traverse 1LT

Climb inside the 2013 Chevrolet Traverse. A 3.6 liter V-6 engine pairs with a sophisticated 6 speed automatic transmission, and for added security, dynamic Stability Control supplements the drivetrain. All wheel drive maintains traction at all four corners. Chevrolet infused the interior with top shelf amenities, such as: front bucket seats, front fog lights, tilt steering wheel, turn signal indicator mirrors, remote keyless entry, cruise control, and air conditioning. Third row seats provide an even greater maximum passenger capacity. With side curtain airbags supplementing the rest of the safety network, you can be assured that you and your passengers will experience top-tier protection. Our knowledgeable sales staff is available to answer any questions that you might have. They'll work with you to find the right vehicle at a price you can afford. Stop in and take a test drive!


          

Used Dodge Journey New Philadelphia OH 44663

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Dodge Journey GT

Treat yourself to a test drive in the 2018 Dodge Journey. Under the hood you'll find a 6 cylinder engine with more than 270 horsepower, and for added security, dynamic Stability Control supplements the drivetrain. This model accommodates 7 passengers comfortably, and provides features such as: leather upholstery, speed sensitive wipers, a trip computer, an automatic dimming rear-view mirror, heated seats, air conditioning, and more. Premium sound drives 7 speakers, providing you and your passengers a sensational audio experience. Safety equipment has been integrated throughout, including: head curtain airbags, front side impact airbags, traction control, anti-whiplash front head restraints, a security system, and 4 wheel disc brakes with ABS. Brake assist technology provides extra pressure when applying the brakes. We have the vehicle you've been searching for at a price you can afford. Please don't hesitate to give us a call.


          

Used Chrysler Sebring New Philadelphia OH 44663

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Chrysler Sebring Limited

Experience driving perfection in the 2009 Chrysler Sebring. This 4 door, 5 passenger sedan still has less than 90,000 miles! It features a front-wheel-drive platform, an automatic transmission, and a 3.5 liter 6 cylinder engine. Chrysler prioritized practicality, efficiency, and style by including: front and rear reading lights, variably intermittent wipers, a built-in garage door transmitter, a trip computer, heated seats, an overhead console, and remote keyless entry. Features such as automatic climate control and leather upholstery prove that economical transportation does not need to be sparsely equipped. For drivers who enjoy the natural environment, a power moon roof allows an infusion of fresh air. Enjoy your favorite music via the stereo system, which includes a CD player with MP3 capability, steering wheel mounted audio controls, and 6 well positioned speakers. Curtain airbags combine with standard stability control in creating a comprehensive safety network. Our aim is to provide our customers with the best prices and service at all times. Please don't hesitate to give us a call.


          

Used Buick Envision New Philadelphia OH 44663

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Buick Envision Essence

Get excited about the 2017 Buick Envision. With just over 20,000 miles on the odometer, this 4 door sport utility vehicle prioritizes comfort, safety and convenience. Under the hood you'll find a 4 cylinder engine with more than 170 horsepower, and for added security, dynamic Stability Control supplements the drivetrain. A wealth of standard features means that you no longer have to sacrifice. Such as remote keyless entry, front and rear reading lights, a rear window wiper, power front seats, a built-in garage door transmitter, a trip computer, a power liftgate, and cruise control. Features such as automatic climate control and leather upholstery prove that economical transportation does not need to be sparsely equipped. Rear passengers enjoy the seat heating functionality, keeping them warm during the winter months. Audio features include an AM/FM radio, steering wheel mounted audio controls, and 6 speakers, enhancing the audio experience throughout the interior. Side curtain airbags deploy in extreme circumstances, shielding you and your passengers from collision forces. We have the vehicle you've been searching for at a price you can afford. Stop by our dealership or give us a call for more information.


          

Children's Mobile Psych Unit | Base Salary of 125K | Philadelphia | Jackson Physician Search

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Pennsylvania, Be at the forefront of innovation and part of a team known for transformative and compassionate care. This organization is leading in Adult and Adolescent care for individuals with intellectual and d
          

Used Ford F-350 New Philadelphia OH 44663

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Ford F-350

Experience driving perfection in the 2008 Ford F-350. It features an automatic transmission, 4-wheel drive, and a powerful 8 cylinder engine. The following features are included: front and rear reading lights, a tachometer, variably intermittent wipers, a trip computer, a rear step bumper, a trailer hitch, and much more. Our knowledgeable sales staff is available to answer any questions that you might have. They'll work with you to find the right vehicle at a price you can afford. Please don't hesitate to give us a call.


          

Used GMC Sierra 1500 New Philadelphia OH 44663

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GMC Sierra 1500 SLE

Discerning drivers will appreciate the 2015 GMC Sierra 1500. Smooth gearshifts are achieved thanks to the refined 6 cylinder engine, and for added security, dynamic Stability Control supplements the drivetrain. Four wheel drive allows you to go places you've only imagined. A wealth of standard features means that you no longer have to sacrifice. Such as remote keyless entry, front and rear reading lights, variably intermittent wipers, a built-in garage door transmitter, a trip computer, skid plates, power windows, and 1-touch window functionality. Premium sound drives 6 speakers, providing you and your passengers a sensational audio experience. In the event of a rollover collision, side curtain airbags provide additional protection for outboard seated passengers. Our team is professional, and we offer a no-pressure environment. We'd be happy to answer any questions that you may have. Call now to schedule a test drive.


          

Used Ford Escape New Philadelphia OH 44663

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Ford Escape XLT

The 2004 Ford Escape. It features an automatic transmission, 4-wheel drive, and a 3 liter 6 cylinder engine. Top features include front fog lights, front bucket seats, air conditioning, power windows, remote keyless entry, a roof rack, rear wipers, and cruise control. Safety equipment has been integrated throughout, including: dual front impact airbags, ignition disabling, and ABS brakes. Our experienced sales staff is eager to share its knowledge and enthusiasm with you. They'll work with you to find the right vehicle at a price you can afford. Come on in and take a test drive!


          

Used Ford Edge New Philadelphia OH 44663

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Ford Edge Titanium

You can expect a lot from the 2015 Ford Edge. With fewer than 45,000 miles on the odometer, this 4 door sport utility vehicle prioritizes comfort, safety and convenience. It features an automatic transmission, all-wheel drive, and a 3.5 liter 6 cylinder engine. Turbocharger technology provides forced air induction, enhancing performance while preserving fuel economy. It includes power seats, delay-off headlights, a built-in garage door transmitter, an outside temperature display, a power liftgate, cruise control, an overhead console, and a split folding rear seat. Enjoy your favorite music via the stereo system, which includes a CD player with MP3 capability, steering wheel mounted audio controls, and 12 speakers, providing excellent sound throughout the cabin. Ford also prioritized safety and security by including: dual front impact airbags, front side impact airbags, traction control, brake assist, a panic alarm, an emergency communication system, and 4 wheel disc brakes with ABS. Various mechanical systems are monitored by electronic stability control, keeping you on your intended path. Our aim is to provide our customers with the best prices and service at all times. Please don't hesitate to give us a call.


          

Used Nissan Versa New Philadelphia OH 44663

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Nissan Versa S

Step into the 2014 Nissan Versa. This 4 door, 5 passenger sedan still has fewer than 60,000 miles! It features an automatic transmission, front-wheel drive, and an efficient 4 cylinder engine. Top features include air conditioning, a tachometer, a trip computer, front bucket seats, tilt steering wheel, and much more. Enjoy your favorite music via the stereo system, which includes a CD player with AM/FM radio, and 2 speakers, providing excellent sound throughout the cabin. Nissan ensures the safety and security of its passengers with equipment such as: dual front impact airbags with occupant sensing airbag, front side impact airbags, traction control, brake assist, and ABS brakes. Electronic stability control stands out as a technologically savvy innovation, keeping you better connected to the road. You will have a pleasant shopping experience that is fun, informative, and never high pressured. Please don't hesitate to give us a call.


          

Used Jeep Compass New Philadelphia OH 44663

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Jeep Compass Latitude

Get excited about the 2012 Jeep Compass. Smooth gearshifts are achieved thanks to the efficient 4 cylinder engine, and for added security, dynamic Stability Control supplements the drivetrain. Jeep prioritized practicality, efficiency, and style by including: an outside temperature display, front fog lights, tilt steering wheel, cruise control, a roof rack, rear wipers, and remote keyless entry. Side curtain airbags deploy in extreme circumstances, shielding you and your passengers from collision forces. Our team is professional, and we offer a no-pressure environment. They'll work with you to find the right vehicle at a price you can afford. We are here to help you.


          

Used Toyota RAV4 New Philadelphia OH 44663

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Toyota RAV4 XLE

The 2013 Toyota RAV4. Smooth gearshifts are achieved thanks to the 2.5 liter 4 cylinder engine, and for added security, dynamic Stability Control supplements the drivetrain. Toyota prioritized practicality, efficiency, and style by including: a trip computer, front fog lights, tilt and telescoping steering wheel, power moon roof, power windows, rear wipers, and a split folding rear seat. Audio features include a CD player with MP3 capability, and 6 well positioned speakers. Toyota also prioritized safety and security by including: dual front impact airbags with occupant sensing airbag, front side impact airbags, traction control, brake assist, a panic alarm, and 4 wheel disc brakes with ABS. Sophisticated all wheel drive technology maintains a firm grip on the road. We pride ourselves in the quality that we offer on all of our vehicles. Stop by our dealership or give us a call for more information.


          

Used Buick Encore New Philadelphia OH 44663

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Buick Encore

Get excited about the 2016 Buick Encore. With just over 30,000 miles on the odometer, this 4 door sport utility vehicle prioritizes comfort, safety and convenience. It features a front-wheel-drive platform, an automatic transmission, and an efficient 4 cylinder engine. The engine breathes better thanks to a turbocharger, improving both performance and economy. It's equipped with tons of terrific amenities, but it won't break your budget. Such as remote keyless entry, a leather steering wheel, a trip computer, an outside temperature display, front bucket seats, heated door mirrors, rear wipers, and more. Audio features include a CD player with MP3 capability, and 6 speakers, enhancing the audio experience throughout the interior. Passenger security is always assured thanks to various safety features, such as: head curtain airbags, front and rear side impact airbags, traction control, brake assist, a panic alarm, onStar, and 4 wheel disc brakes with ABS. Various mechanical systems are monitored by electronic stability control, keeping you on your intended path. Our team is professional, and we offer a no-pressure environment. They'll work with you to find the right vehicle at a price you can afford. We are here to help you.


          

Used Chevrolet Traverse New Philadelphia OH 44663

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Chevrolet Traverse LT w/1LT

Here's a great deal on a 2014 Chevrolet Traverse. It features all-wheel drive versatility, an automatic transmission, and a refined 6 cylinder engine. All of the premium features expected of a Chevrolet are offered, including: front and rear reading lights, a rear window wiper, a built-in garage door transmitter, air conditioning, telescoping steering wheel, turn signal indicator mirrors, and cruise control. Third row seats expand the maximum passenger capacity to 7. Chevrolet also prioritized safety and security with features such as: dual front impact airbags with occupant sensing airbag, head curtain airbags, traction control, brake assist, ignition disabling, onStar, and 4 wheel disc brakes with ABS. Electronic stability control ensures solid grip atop the road surface, no matter how challenging the driving conditions. Our experienced sales staff is eager to share its knowledge and enthusiasm with you. We'd be happy to answer any questions that you may have. Call now to schedule a test drive.


          

Used Chevrolet Cobalt New Philadelphia OH 44663

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Chevrolet Cobalt LT

Step into the 2009 Chevrolet Cobalt. This 4 door, 5 passenger sedan has not yet reached the 50,000 mile mark! It features a front-wheel-drive platform, an automatic transmission, and a 2.2 liter 4 cylinder engine. It distinguishes itself from the competition with features such as: 1-touch window functionality, a trip computer, front bucket seats, fully automatic headlights, power door mirrors, power windows, and a split folding rear seat. For drivers who enjoy the natural environment, a power moon roof allows an infusion of fresh air. Chevrolet ensures the safety and security of its passengers with equipment such as: dual front impact airbags, head curtain airbags, a security system, onStar, and ABS brakes. This car was designed with safety in mind, allowing you to drive with even greater assurance. Our knowledgeable sales staff is available to answer any questions that you might have. They'll work with you to find the right vehicle at a price you can afford. Stop in and take a test drive!


          

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Toyota RAV4 XLE

Treat yourself to a test drive in the 2018 Toyota RAV4. With just over 45,000 miles on the odometer, this 4 door sport utility vehicle prioritizes comfort, safety and convenience. Under the hood you'll find a 4 cylinder engine with more than 170 horsepower, and for added security, dynamic Stability Control supplements the drivetrain. All wheel drive keeps this model firmly attached to the road surface. Toyota prioritized practicality, efficiency, and style by including: a tachometer, an outside temperature display, front fog lights, heated door mirrors, lane departure warning, rear wipers, and 1-touch window functionality. For drivers who enjoy the natural environment, a power moon roof allows an infusion of fresh air. Premium sound drives 6 speakers, providing you and your passengers a sensational audio experience. Passengers are protected by various safety and security features, including: dual front impact airbags with occupant sensing airbag, front side impact airbags, traction control, brake assist, a panic alarm, and 4 wheel disc brakes with ABS. Adaptive cruise control maintains a pre set distance behind the car ahead of you, simplifying highway driving and enhancing safety. Our sales reps are knowledgeable and professional. They'll work with you to find the right vehicle at a price you can afford. We are here to help you.


          

Ida Mae Announce ‘Live In Memphis’ EP

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Ida Mae have announced the upcoming release of their Live In Memphis EP. Widely acclaimed for their performances – including sets this year at Bonnaroo and the Philadelphia Folk Festival, Ida Mae’s choice to document their onstage prowess with a live record is a natural one. The Live in Memphis EP will be released on January […]
          

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Kibbles and Picks 2019 - Week 13

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Kibbles and Picks 2019 - Week 13

And look at that – I’m back on top!

Granted, it’s just one game, thanks to my 10-4 week. Stella did just fine at 9-5, but it wasn’t quite enough. And so I’ve regained my lead. Again – good weeks for both of us … just slightly better for me.

That could all change pretty quickly here in Week 13. Stella and I are at odds on eight games – fully half of the full 16-game slate. That’s a lot of room for one of us to make a move, although with the even number, we could just as easily wind up with another push.

We’ll start on Thanksgiving, where Stella and I disagree on two of the three contests.

First up is the game in Detroit, where I have the Lions holding serve at home against the Bears. While I don’t necessarily love the Lions offense, I feel like they’re due for a good win on Turkey Day. Plus, the Bears haven’t looked like world-beaters over the last few weeks. Stella thinks my hunch is nonsense; she doesn’t have any real affection for the Bears, but she’s pretty sure that Chicago will be able to take down the Lions with little issue. We agree, however, that this will be a bad game.

In an even more hunchy pick, I’m taking Buffalo to win in Dallas against the Cowboys. The Bills defense has had some hiccups in the last few weeks, but they still have something to offer. And I’m thinking that Buffalo QB Josh Allen will be able to handle his business; the Cowboys have struggled with some injury issues. Stella likes the Cowboys here; she thinks that Dak Prescott is the best player on either team and that he will have little problem against even this strong Bills defense. And don’t sleep on Zeke Elliott, either.

Next, in maybe the most brazen pick of this year’s entire Kibbles and Picks season thus far, Stella is picking the Bengals to win their first game of the year. I went with the Jets, even though the Jets are not very good, because they’re riding high after their big win over Oakland and QB Sam Darnold looks like he might be figuring some stuff out. Stella refuses to back down from this pick; she feels that the Bengals are not going to go 0-16 and that this is perhaps their best shot at the W. With rumors swirling that Andy Dalton is returning to his place under center, she’s ready to roll the dice.

In a game with potential playoff implications, I’m going with the Colts to win at home against the Titans. I know that Indy is dealing with some major injuries – the hand issue for running back Marlon Mack foremost among them – but I still like them to hang in there and score enough to eke out a narrow win. Stella likes Tennessee here; she doesn’t think that Ryan Tannehill is actually as good as he’s been in the last month, but she thinks he’ll keep it going long enough to beat the Colts. She also expects Derrick Henry to continue his excellent stretch running the ball. Those elements combined mean that the Titans should win fairly easily.

We’re at odds on the rematch between the Browns and the Steelers. I’m going with the Steelers to win at home. Yes, the quarterback situation is still a mess and they’re on their third-string running back, but the Pittsburgh D is solid and Cleveland isn’t ready to bounce back from the controversy. Stella thinks that the absence of Myles Garrett will be a nonissue. She’s expecting good things from Baker Mayfield and Odell Beckham and the double-decker backfield threat of Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt. Either way, expect fireworks – and not the great kind.

There’s always at least one inconsequential game on these lists – this time, we’re looking at Tampa Bay/Jacksonville. I’m going with the Jaguars at home, Stella’s going with the Buccaneers on the road. Mine’s the safe pick, hers is the exciting one. Neither of us really care all that much.

I’ve got the Rams winning in Arizona against the Cardinals. Obviously, the Rams haven’t looked great over the past month or so. Jared Goff has struggled under center, as has the rest of the offense. The defense has had its glitches as well. That being said, I have to think that they’ll turn it around – and Arizona is a great place to do that. Stella disagrees; she’s counting on a big game out of QB Kyler Murray. She doesn’t think that L.A. can stop him. She’s warier of the Arizona running game, but she still likes their chances.

Finally, in the Monday night game, I’m going with the Vikings to win on the road against Seattle. It’ll be interesting to see how Kirk Cousins leads the Minnesota offense against the Seahawks. They’ve got some strong weapons, led by running back Dalvin Cook, and a surprisingly solid defense to boot. It won’t be easy, but it should be enough. Stella likes Seattle to take the win at home; she loves Russell Wilson against this Vikings team. Her main concern regarding the Seahawks offense involves Chris Carson holding onto the ball. As long as they avoid turnovers, they’ll be fine – and she thinks they’ll avoid them just fine.

And there we have it. Eight games. We’ll have to wait and see if my newly-achieved one-game lead will hold up or if Stella will retake command. If she wants to make a move, she needs to do it soon. As you might imagine, she remains unconcerned.

(winners in caps)

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ALLEN’S PICKS

Thursday, Nov. 28

Chicago at DETROIT

BUFFALO at Dallas

NEW ORLEANS at Atlanta

Sunday, Dec. 1

NY JETS at Cincinnati

Tennessee at INDIANAPOLIS

PHILADELPHIA at Miami

GREEN BAY at NY Giants

Cleveland at PITTSBURGH

Washington at CAROLINA

Tampa Bay at JACKSONVILLE

San Francisco at BALTIMORE

LA RAMS at Arizona

LA CHARGERS at Denver

Oakland at KANSAS CITY

NEW ENGLAND at Houston

Monday, Dec. 2

MINNESOTA at Seattle

Week 12 record: 10-4

Season record: 110-64-1

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STELLA’S PICKS

Thursday, Nov. 28

CHICAGO at Detroit

Buffalo at DALLAS

NEW ORLEANS at Atlanta

Sunday, Dec. 1

NY Jets at CINCINNATI

TENNESSEE at Indianapolis

PHILADELPHIA at Miami

GREEN BAY at NY Giants

CLEVELAND at Pittsburgh

Washington at CAROLINA

TAMPA BAY at Jacksonville

San Francisco at BALTIMORE

LA Rams at ARIZONA

LA CHARGERS at Denver

Oakland at KANSAS CITY

NEW ENGLAND at Houston

Monday, Dec. 2

Minnesota at SEATTLE

Week 12 record: 9-5

Season record: 109-65-1


          

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How Tony Kushner’s A Bright Room Called Day Can Help Us Understand Our Political Moment

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Tony Kushner’s A Bright Room Called Day, which opened at the Public Theater in New York on October 29 is a rare bird—a revival (with a substantial re-write) that proves to be more timely and incisive than the original was. In my opinion, the play does not work terribly well theatrically—I was not moved by any of the characters—but it is a good play to think about. 

 

The main question that the play poses isone askedby the nineteenth-century Russian thinker Nikolai Chernyshevsky and later Lenin: “What Is to be Done?” More specifically, in this case, “How should we respond to kleptocratic authoritarianism?” 

 

The success of the play as a thought experiment depends on one’s willingness to conceive of the parallels between historical periods. In its first avatar, performed in 1985, the play focuses on a group of friends in Berlin in 1932-33, and draws parallels between that time and the early years of Reagan’s second term, in order to register what it regarded as the incipient fascism of mid-1980s US. Breaking the realistic framework, a woman from Reagan’s time unaccountably appears, urging the young Berliners to flee, or at least to do something. The play was panned by critics like Frank Rich who, writing in the New York Times in 1991, found it “fatuous” and “infuriating.” He felt that Kushner had gone too far in making a simplistic and reductive comparison of Reagan’s America to Hitler’s Germany. 

 

In 2019, however, after a revision in which what is new makes up about 40% of the play, the comparison of the thirties with the later period appears more firmly based and even prescient. In the revised and expanded version, Kushner includes a second character from the future of the Berlin characters—the author, who speaks in our present with the emissary from the eighties. Uncertain about the value of what he is doing and has done—writing plays—the author asks, “Can theater make any [political] difference?” His willingness to examine his own choices and to ask meta-theatrical questions in the theater makes him an appealing figure. 

 

In defense of the parallels he draws between the 30s, the 80s, and the late 2010s, he argues that if one set of events (such as the Holocaust or Shoah) is established as the standard against which all others are to be judged, and yet no others are allowed to be comparable to it, then it is not useful as a point of reference. One cannot, he maintains, exempt one period from the realm of historical comparisons, although, I would add, one must be careful and responsible when drawing them.

 

If one allows this argument, then Kushner’s central political insight in the play is strong: Trumpism was not a sudden anomaly; rather, decades under recent Republican presidents prepared the way for the current embrace of unconstitutional reactionary authoritarianism by eight or nine of every ten Republicans. Having been proudly anti-intellectual, Presidents Reagan and G. W. Bush denied, as Trump denies, that reason should play a role in the conduct of the country’s affairs. This elevation of irrationality, of going with the gut, is linked with a dangerous animus against the federal government that threatens the Enlightenment basis of the American republic, as John Meacham has recently argued. 

 

Reagan and Trump made blatant appeals to the racial resentments of whites, the first by inveighing against “welfare queens and cheats” and by declaring for “states’ rights” in Philadelphia, Mississippi, where three young civil rights workers were murdered two decades earlier. Trump similarly found “very fine people” both among neo-Nazis and anti-fascist demonstrators. Presidents Reagan and G. W. Bush, like Trump, routinely made statements contrary to the truth. Reagan told so many falsehoods, mistaking what happened in movies with what happened outside of films, that the press and media stopped reporting them. George W. Bush deceived the country about warrantless, illegal surveillance of millions of Americans, about the grounds for an unjustified war of aggression against Iraq, and about his authorization of the use of torture by the US. Both helped prepare a major party to accept the barrage of falsehoods that Donald Trump launches every day.  

 

To return to the central question Kushner’s play raises—how we can respond to kleptocratic authoritarianism—it is worth remembering the maxim that the first casualty in war is truth, and, as Thucydides observes, this is especially in the case of civil war. As Masha Gessen writes, language means something until it doesn’t. Take the use under G.W. Bush of “regime change” instead of “invasion,” or the replacement of “torture” with “enhanced interrogation techniques”—as though prohibiting the word makes the thing go away.    

 

One of the prime examples of the deformation of language in the current moment comes from the language used to describe the fractious state of the polity itself—the language of “polarization,” and the supposed diagnosis that we are being “tribal” when we occupy one side or the other of an issue. In fact, however, the allowed spectrum of opinions—the Overton window—has moved far to the right in the last forty years. Ethnic nationalism can now be overtly advocated by a nominee for one of the second-highest courts in the land, while Democrats have been moving toward more centrist, not more extreme positions during the same decades.  

 

I do not know how to move the public discourse back toward the old center in, say, the late 70s, but writers can raise the question of what should be done, as Tony Kushner does in A Bright Room Called Day, and they can point out and bear witness to the corruption of language in their own time, as George Orwell did in his 1947 essay “Politics and the English Language.”  


          

Black Box Report: Terence Davis, Kyle Lowry, and potential losses

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The Philadelphia win was one of the most fun regular season games I’ve ever experienced. As a personal anecdote, the Raptors recently moved my normal seat in games (this is Louis writing this part, by the way) from the gondola way above the 300s to the press areas in the 100s. The crowd volume hits […]

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The 2019 Violinist.com Holiday Gift Guide

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By Laurie Niles: Gift-giving is one of the great joys of the holiday season, and each year we compile a list of some of the year's best new recordings, books, gear and other offerings from violinists for you to consider in your holiday gift-giving, gift-asking — and loading of the smartphone, computer or other device. We hope this allows you to consider a music-related gift.

We also would suggest considering supporting your local live music scene by purchasing tickets to local music events or simply making a year-end donation to a musical non-profit of your choice. I've tried to be inclusive, but I'm sure I have missed some ideas, so please feel free add your suggestions in the comments section. And yes, in this case, you are allowed to toot your own horn and recommend your own CD or book or product! You may also wish to refer to our gift-giving guides from previous years; I've listed links to those at the end of this blog. Also, please consider purchasing a gift from one of our Violinist.com sponsors, which you can find in our Directory of Shops and Services or on the right-hand side of this page.

Many of the recordings below are linked to Amazon.com. Note that if you follow these links and make a purchase from Amazon, a portion of that will go to support Violinist.com. (If you would like to give a donation to support Violinist.com, click here.) I've also listed the artists' names in italics, and sometimes those are linked to stories we have written this year about them and their work. And whenever you buy any of these selections, from any source, you'll be helping to support the musicians and other artists who created them.

Violinist Gift Guide 2019

RECORDINGS:

Brahms, Ligeti: Violin Concertos
Augustin Hadelich, violin
Norwegian Radio Orchestra, Miguel Harth-Bedoya conducting.

The Brahms Violin Concerto is always a treat, but especially in the hands of Augustin Hadelich, who also plays it with his own cadenza. He also performs Ligeti's Violin Concerto, with a new cadenza written by Thomas Adès. Here is our 2018 interview with Augustin about the Ligeti.

Augustin Hadelich
Augustin Hadelich.

6 Partitas by Antón García Abril
Hilary Hahn, violin

The way Antón García Abril put together the Six Partitas he wrote for solo violin makes his inspiration clear: he wrote six single-movement pieces and named them "Heart; Immensity; Love; Art; Reflexive; You" -- "H-I-L-A-R-Y." This is Hilary Hahn's world premiere recording of the partitas, commissioned by Hahn for solo violin. These works continue the longstanding tradition of composers such as J.S. Bach and Eugene Ysaÿe writing six polyphonic works for the violin. Read our interview with Hilary about these works here.. "Before these pieces existed,” said Hahn, “I knew they needed to be written. Antón García Abril deeply understands the violin, and he epitomizes a musical tradition that has never before been expressed in the solo violin repertoire. His voice is romantic and impulsive, abrasive, beautiful."

Hilary Hahn
Hilary Hahn. Photo by Dana van Leeuwen for Decca.

Across the Stars
Anne-Sophie Mutter, violin
John Williams, composer and conductor
The Recording Arts Orchestra of Los Angeles

Two great artists unite: At the request of violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter, award-winning film composer John Williams created arrangements for solo violin and orchestra of some of his best and most popular movie themes. The album includes 12 arrangements, with music from the Star Wars series such as "Luke and Leia," "Yoda's Theme," "Across the Stars" and "Rey's Theme"; as well as "Hedwig's Theme" from Harry Potter; and music from Schindler's List, Memoirs of a Geisha, Dracula, Cinderella Liberty and more. The arrangement and performance of "Hedwig's Theme" from Harry Potter, is especially impressive.

John Williams and Anne Sophie Mutter
Composer John Williams and violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter. Photo by Prashant Gupta, courtesy Deutsche Grammophon.

Chaplin's Smile
Philippe Quint, violin
Marta Aznavoorian, piano

Who knew that the great cinematic artist Charlie Chaplin was also quite a composer (as well as a violinist)? In celebration of Charlie Chaplin’s 130th Birthday, violinist Philippe Quint released this album with 13 new arrangements of songs from Chaplin's films including City Lights, The Great Dictator, The Kid, Limelight & Modern Times. Joshua Bell makes a guest appearance on two tracks. In a process that took more than three years, Quint, in collaboration with arrangers Charles Coleman and Leon Gurvitch, went through dozens of songs and soundtracks written by Chaplin to select the songs best suited for violin and piano. Here is our interview with Philippe about the creation of this album.

Philippe Quint
Philippe Quint. Photo by Isi Akahome.

Torke: Sky, Concerto for Violin
Tessa Lark, violin
Albany Symphony, David Alan Miller, conducting

Nominated for a 2020 Grammy, this album features violinist Tessa Lark performing a concerto written for her by Michael Torke, inspired by American bluegrass and Irish reels. It's one of three albums Lark released in quick succession this fall; the others are Fantasy, featuring Fantasies and Rhapsodies for violin, including her own "Appalachian Fantasy"; as well as Invention, a duo collaboration with bassist Michael Thurber, with both Bach Two-Part Inventions as well as their own compositions. See our latest interview with Tessa Lark here.

Tessa Lark
Tessa Lark. Photo by Lauren Desberg.

Ascent
Matthew Lipman, viola
Henry Kramer, piano

Violist Matthew Lipman dedicates this album of viola fantasies to the memory of his mother. Recipient of a 2015 Avery Fisher Career Grant, Lipman commissioned Clarice Assad to write "Metamorfose," a commentary on grief and acceptance which receives its premiere recording on this album. He also includes Dmitri Shostakovich’s long-lost "Impromptu for Viola and Piano," Op. 33, recently unearthed in the Moscow State Archives. Other pieces include Robert Schumann’s "Fairy Tale Pictures," York Bowen’s "Phantasy," Garth Knox’s "Fuga libre" and Franz Waxman’s popular violin showpiece, "Carmen Fantasie." Joining Lipman is pianist Henry Kramer.

Matthew Lipman
Violist Matthew Lipman.

Rhythm Future Quartet and Friends
Jason Anick, violin
Olli Soikkeli, guitar
Max O'Rourke, guitar
Greg Loughman, bass

If you love jazz, you will love this album of gypsy jazz by the Rhythm Future Quartet, featuring violinist Jason Anick, who teaches jazz violin at Boston’s Berklee College of Music. You can also procure transcriptions of their music here.

Jason Anick
Jazz violinist Jason Anick. Photo by Sasha Israel.

Bach: Sonatas
Renaud Capuçon, violin
David Fray, piano

"I listen to Bach, much more than I play Bach. I listen to Bach all of the time," said violinist Renaud Capuçon. "It gives me a mix of energy, wisdom, strength." This collaboration with pianist David Fray grew from a mutual love for and understanding of the music of Bach. Here is our recent interview with Renaud about Bach and more.

Renaud Capucon
Violinist Renaud Capuçon.

Hermitage Piano Trio Plays Rachmaninoff
Hermitage Piano Trio
Misha Keylin, violin
Sergey Antonov, cello
Ilya Kazantsev, piano

Here is another Grammy-nominated album, featuring the Hermitage Piano Trio. "When listening to (Rachmaninoff's) music — especially his orchestral works — I am always in awe of how skillfully Rachmaninoff utilizes string instruments in conveying the soul, passion and drama in his compositions," said said violinist Misha Keylin. "The two piano trios on this album were written by Rachmaninoff during his earlier years, but the maturity in his melodies and the themes are unmistakably traditional and on a grand scale. The phrases grow from almost barely audible church psalms and funeral processions to explosive climaxes that almost sound as if judgment day is upon us.

The Hermitage Piano Trio
The Hermitage Piano Trio. Photo By Lisa-Marie Mazzucco

The Butterfly
Martin Hayes, Irish fiddle
Brooklyn Rider
Johnny Gandelsman, violin
Colin Jacobsen, violin
Nicholas Cords, viola
Michael Nicolas, cello

Irish fiddler Martin Hayes and New York string quartet Brooklyn Rider celebrate a decade-long musical friendship with this album that celebrates traditional Irish music. They came up with unique versions of 12 tunes, from well-known traditional Irish tunes to "Maghera Mountain,” which was written by Hayes as a teenager and recorded for the first time here.

Brooklyn Rider Martin Hayes
Irish fiddler Martin Hayes with New York string quartet Brooklyn Rider.

Silenced Voices
Black Oak Ensemble
Desirée Ruhstrat, violin
David Cunliffe, cello
Aurélien Fort Pederzoli, viola

For its recording debut, the Chicago-based Black Oak Ensemble has put together an album of music by six Jewish composers whose work was suppressed by the Nazis, with works by Dutch composer Dick Kattenburg; Czech composers Hans Krása and Gideon Klein; and Hungarian composers Sándor Kuti, Paul Hermann, and Géza Frid. "It is poignant music but also incredibly human," said the trio's violinist Desirée Ruhstrat. "That these pieces were written in a concentration camp is incredible."

Black Oak Ensemble
The Black Oak Ensemble: David Cunliffe, Desirée Ruhstrat and Aurélien Fort Pederzoli.

Marsalis: Violin Concerto; Fiddle Dance Suite
Nicola Benedetti, violin
The Philadelphia Orchestra, Cristian Macelaru conducting.
Wynton Marsalis, composer

"Nicky said she wanted a piece that would allow her to inhabit an expansive range of human emotions," Marsalis told Decca, in describing the violin concerto he wrote for Nicola Benedetti. "Though I have long loved the violin, she schooled me in its august history, in its tremendous expressive capabilities, and in a compendium of old and new techniques. From a very young age, Nicky’s dream was to move people with the magic of virtuosity and the warmth of her sound. The concerto begins with her telling us the story of her dream, the playing of it IS the realization of that dream, and it ends with her going down the road to play for the next gathering." Click here to read our interview with Nicola Benedetti about the creation of this concerto

Benedetti and Marsalis
Violinist Nicola Benedetti and composer Wynton Marsalis.

None But the Lonely Heart
Daniel Lozakovich, violin
Russian National Philharmonic, Vladimir Spivakov conducting
Stanislav Soloviev, piano

I first heard Swedish violinist Daniel Lozakovich in 2014, he was just 12 years old, and I was immediately taken with his musical maturity and beautiful vibrato. Now age 18, he just gets better and better -- he is touring as a soloist and has made several recordings. This one explores works by Tchaikovsky, including the Violin Concerto, Méditation from Souvenir d'un lieu cher; and arrangements of two vocal works, Lensky’s Aria from Eugene Onegin and Romance, Op.6 No. 6, "None But the Lonely Heart."

Daniel LozakovichViolinist Daniel Lozakovich. Photo ©Johan Sandberg, courtesy Deutsche Grammophon.

Gateways
Maxim Vengerov, violin
Shanghai Symphony Orchestra, Long Yu conducting

China's oldest symphony, the Shanghai Symphony Orchestra marks its 140th anniversary with a series of three albums featuring works by major Chinese composers. "Gateways," the first of these, features two works by Qigang Chen: "Wu Xing" (The Five Elements) from 1999, and "La joie de la souffrance" (The Joy of Suffering) from 2017 - as well as Rachmaninov’s Symphonic Dances and Kreisler’s Tambourin chinois. Violinist Maxim Vengerov is the dedicatee and first performer of "La joie de la souffrance." Click here to read our interview with composer Qigang Chen about this work.

Qigang Chen
Qigang Chen. Photo by Violinist.com.

C. Schumann, Smyth & Beach: Works for Violin & Piano
Tasmin Little, violin
John Lenehan, piano

British violinist Tasmin Little presents an album of works by women composers which includes Clara Schumann's Drei Romanzen, Op. 22; Dame Ethel Smyth's Sonata Op. 7; and three works by Amy Beach: Sonata Op. 34, Romance, Op. 23, and Invocation, Op. 55. "When you hear these works, you wonder why they have been neglected for such a long time," Little said.

Tasmin Little
Violinist Tasmin Little.

Beethoven and Sibelius Violin Concertos
Christian Tetzlaff, violin
Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin, Robin Ticciati conducting

When one of the most respected violinists in the world releases a recording of two major violin concertos, it's time to listen. German violinist Christian Tetzlaff, who teaches at the Kronberg Academy, performs the Beethoven and Sibelius Violin Concertos with Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin, Robin Ticciati conducting. Definitely worth a listen.

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Violinist Christian Tetzlaff. Photo: © Giorgia Bertazzi

Salonen Cello Concerto
Yo-Yo Ma, cello
Esa-Pekka Salonen, composer
Los Angeles Philharmonic

This recording captures the live performance in Los Angeles on February 8, 2018 of Esa-Pekka Salonen’s cello concerto featuring Yo-Yo Ma and the Los Angeles Philharmonic, conducted by Salonen. In Salonen's words, it begins with "a simple thought emerging out of a complex landscape. Almost like consciousness developing from clouds of dust." The second movement follows with "slow cello arches...looped to create harmony from single lines." This is followed by the third movement of music that is "often dance-like; sometimes gesticulating wildly, perhaps from the sheer joy of no longer having to do with clouds and processes. Finally the kinetic energy burns itself out gently, the rapid movement slows down, and the cello line climbs slowly up to a stratospherically high B-flat, two centimeters to the left from the highest note of the piano."

Yo Yo Ma
Cellist Yo-Yo Ma. Photo by Jason Bell.

BOOKS and MISCELLANEOUS

In 27 Pieces: the Hilary Hahn Encores: Violin and Piano

At last, it is the sheet music for Hilary Hahn's encores! For background: in 2013, Hahn brought to life 27 new encores for violin, each by a different living composer. This collection includes Hahn's own markings as well as style and performance notes. Read more in our interview with Hilary about this new edition.

Hilary Hahn In 27 Pieces Encores book

Practizma Journal: Empowerment, Efficiency & Joy for Musicians
Susanna Klein, author

Here is a journal designed not only to help you track your practice hours, but also to improve your practice psychology and goal-setting. "I would love to make musical practice more joyful and more powerful," said author Susanna Klein, a professor of violin at Virginia Commonwealth University -- and also blog contributor on Violinist.com -- who created this journal. "Many musicians become obsessed with how much they practice instead of what they actually get done or how they feel about their work. This can lead to injury, inefficiency, and what I call the 'practice blues.'" It's also an old-fashioned, analog 80-page journal, with high-quality paper and binding, meant for using with pencil or pen. It does not require you to get on your computer or phone.

Practizma

Simon Fischer: Transcriptions for Violin and Piano

British pedagogue Simon Fischer, known for his books such as Basics, Practice, Warming Up and more, has released a book of transcriptions for violin and piano of well-known pieces from the classical repertoire, such as Tchaikovsky's Waltz from ‘Sleeping Beauty." There are eight arrangement in all, including pieces by Dowland, Purcell, Rossini, Felix and Fanny Mendelssohn, Tchaikovsky, Chopin and Johann Strauss II. There are virtuosic as well as easier arrangements, complete with fingerings and instructions, as well as some alternatives offered for easing technically challenging moments.

Fischer transcsriptions

3D-Printed Mutes by Wiessmeyer and Son

Several respected colleagues have recommended these mutes, not only because they come in every color of the rainbow (fun!) but also because they work quite well. My teaching colleague Cheryl Scheidemantle likes the "Viol Violin Mute" and the "Dual Tone Violin Mute" and our own Krista Moyer said that "I have tried almost all of them and really like the sound they produce." For a detailed description of the mutes, see the Wiessmeyer & Son website.

3D mutes

Music Stand Lights

Aria Stand Light
A good number of my friends who play in the LA Opera have these because they work so well when you are stuck in a pit in the dark. But they are also great for church gigs and anything where you need good stand lighting. Aria has a deal going until December 7, save 15% by using the promo code BrightenYourFuture on their web site, linked above.

Lotus Stand Light
A number of V.commers also recommended the Lotus stand light, as it does not obstruct line of sight and is very portable.

Stand Lights

Blackwing Pencils and a Pencil Holder

Many musicians love blackwing pencils because they are dark, require little pressure to write with and have a replaceable eraser. The above link is from Shar, and you can also find a pencil holder for your stand. Another nice option is the magnetic holder, which allows you to simply stick your music to the pole of most kinds of orchestra stands.

KorfkerRest Shoulder Rest

It's light, it's elegant, it stays on the fiddle, and it works really well. I started using one in July and have not gone back. But it's an expensive shoulder rest. Here is our review of the KorfkerRest for violin.

KorfkerRest

PinkyHold

Created by Cyrus Forough, this simple little contraption is designed to help a student's muscle memory by providing the correct positioning for the bow pinky. You can get just one for your student, or if you are a teacher you might like a package of 10, 50 or 100. They come in lots of colors.

PinkyHold

Buckshot Pro Bluetooth Speaker, Powerbank and Flashlight

Honestly, you can get any Bluetooth speaker you'd like, so that you can conveniently listen to music from your phone, everywhere. But this is the one that I have, and I completely love it. First, it's a very good speaker. But also: it's insanely sturdy, water-proof, dust-resistant and it doubles as a flashlight as well as a power bank with which you can charge your phone in a pinch. It fits in my purse, in my car, you can take it camping, etc. Might seem like a weird combination of things, but it works!

bluetooth speaker

You might also consider giving a gift from our previous guides:

  • The 2018 Violinist.com Holiday Gift Guide
  • The 2017 Violinist.com Holiday Gift Guide
  • The 2016 Violinist.com Holiday Gift Guide
  • The 2015 Violinist.com Holiday Gift Guide
  • The 2014 Violinist.com Holiday Gift Guide
  • The 2013 Violinist.com Holiday Gift Guide
  • The 2012 Violinist.com Holiday Gift Guide
  • The 2011 Violinist.com Holiday Gift Guide
  • The 2010 Violinist.com Holiday Gift Guide
  • The 2009 Violinist.com Holiday Gift Guide
  • The 2008 Violinist.com Holiday Gift Guide

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    Postdoctoral Scholar - Project Model | University of Washington

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    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, PhD or forgein equivalent in Quantitative Ecology, Applied Statistics or a related field. Experience with population and life history modeling, R-programming, simulation modeling, statistical analyses
              

    Other: Truck Driver- OTR Company Driver (CDLA) (Norman) - Norman, Oklahoma

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    STARTING PAY: 49-53CPM*BASED ON EXPERIENCE AND HAZMAT* ***** DRIVERS AVERAGE 2500-3000+ MILES PER WEEK!***** *** We are an OTR company. We do NOT have local or dedicated routes available***If you live in the following areas, we can get you home most weekends. ARKANSAS: Memphis, Little Rock & Blytheville areasCONNECTICUT: I-91, I-84 & Rt. 15 areasGEORGIA: Atlanta and north (along I-75)ILLINOIS: Across I-70 & I-72 South, I-57 (Effingham)INDIANA: North of Indianapolis (Between I-70 & US RT. 24)KENTUCKY: Along I-75MARYLAND: I-70; Between Hagerstown & BaltimoreNEW JERSEY: Philadelphia area, South of TurnpikeOHIO: Along I-75, between I-70 and I-76/I-80 or in direct areaPENNSYLVANIA: Most of PA I-80, I-70 and I-76TENNESSEE: I-75, I-40 West of Nashville, US 79 SW of Clarksville, US 51 to MemphisTEXAS: Dallas/Fort Worth, Irving areasOKLAHOMA: Oklahoma City and Tulsa areas$1,500 Sign-on Bonus paid out over 90 days! STARTING PAY UP TO 53 CPM with annual pay increases! $1,225- $1,590+ Weekly Average + Benefits & Good Home Time Excellent benefits (medical, dental, vision, STD/LTD, critical illness and cancer insurance. Company paid $25,000 life insurance policy) 401(k) with contribution (participation after one year) Free rider program (Some restricitons apply) Paid orientation with private hotel room, company car and lunch provided Home MOST weekends or every other weekend based on driver's location 99% NO touch freight Average length of haul is 680 miles--ALWAYS a clean load! Drivers Average 2500-3000 miles per week with NO FORCED DISPATCH and NO NYC! Running lanes: East of I-35. From Maine to Miami, Laredo to Minneapolis & everything in between! 2016-2020 Freightliners and Volvos (all automatics) Assigned driver manager 24/7/365 dispatch Great Pay - Steady Work - Consistent Miles - Late Model Equipment (assigned trucks) 12 Months of recent tractor trailer driving experience (OTR) No more than 2 moving violations in the previous 3 years Not cited for a D.O.T. defined accident in the previous 5 years No serious offenses in the previous 5 years or pattern of unsafe practices Satisfactory safety and employment history Associated topics: chofer clase a comercial, company driver team, company driving needed, company otr, dry van otr trucking, regional driver, regional driving route, tanker truck driver, tanker truck driving, time at home ()
              

    Other: Truck Driver- OTR Company Driver (CDLA) (Enid) - Enid, Oklahoma

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    STARTING PAY: 49-53CPM*BASED ON EXPERIENCE AND HAZMAT* ***** DRIVERS AVERAGE 2500-3000+ MILES PER WEEK!***** *** We are an OTR company. We do NOT have local or dedicated routes available***If you live in the following areas, we can get you home most weekends. ARKANSAS: Memphis, Little Rock & Blytheville areasCONNECTICUT: I-91, I-84 & Rt. 15 areasGEORGIA: Atlanta and north (along I-75)ILLINOIS: Across I-70 & I-72 South, I-57 (Effingham)INDIANA: North of Indianapolis (Between I-70 & US RT. 24)KENTUCKY: Along I-75MARYLAND: I-70; Between Hagerstown & BaltimoreNEW JERSEY: Philadelphia area, South of TurnpikeOHIO: Along I-75, between I-70 and I-76/I-80 or in direct areaPENNSYLVANIA: Most of PA I-80, I-70 and I-76TENNESSEE: I-75, I-40 West of Nashville, US 79 SW of Clarksville, US 51 to MemphisTEXAS: Dallas/Fort Worth, Irving areasOKLAHOMA: Oklahoma City and Tulsa areas$1,500 Sign-on Bonus paid out over 90 days! STARTING PAY UP TO 53 CPM with annual pay increases! $1,225- $1,590+ Weekly Average + Benefits & Good Home Time Excellent benefits (medical, dental, vision, STD/LTD, critical illness and cancer insurance. Company paid $25,000 life insurance policy) 401(k) with contribution (participation after one year) Free rider program (Some restricitons apply) Paid orientation with private hotel room, company car and lunch provided Home MOST weekends or every other weekend based on driver's location 99% NO touch freight Average length of haul is 680 miles--ALWAYS a clean load! Drivers Average 2500-3000 miles per week with NO FORCED DISPATCH and NO NYC! Running lanes: East of I-35. From Maine to Miami, Laredo to Minneapolis & everything in between! 2016-2020 Freightliners and Volvos (all automatics) Assigned driver manager 24/7/365 dispatch Great Pay - Steady Work - Consistent Miles - Late Model Equipment (assigned trucks) 12 Months of recent tractor trailer driving experience (OTR) No more than 2 moving violations in the previous 3 years Not cited for a D.O.T. defined accident in the previous 5 years No serious offenses in the previous 5 years or pattern of unsafe practices Satisfactory safety and employment history Associated topics: chofer clase a comercial, company driver team, company driving needed, company otr, dry van otr trucking, regional driver, regional driving route, tanker truck driver, tanker truck driving, time at home ()
              

    Other: Truck Driver- OTR Company Driver (CDLA) (Oklahoma City) - Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

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    STARTING PAY: 49-53CPM*BASED ON EXPERIENCE AND HAZMAT* ***** DRIVERS AVERAGE 2500-3000+ MILES PER WEEK!***** *** We are an OTR company. We do NOT have local or dedicated routes available***If you live in the following areas, we can get you home most weekends. ARKANSAS: Memphis, Little Rock & Blytheville areasCONNECTICUT: I-91, I-84 & Rt. 15 areasGEORGIA: Atlanta and north (along I-75)ILLINOIS: Across I-70 & I-72 South, I-57 (Effingham)INDIANA: North of Indianapolis (Between I-70 & US RT. 24)KENTUCKY: Along I-75MARYLAND: I-70; Between Hagerstown & BaltimoreNEW JERSEY: Philadelphia area, South of TurnpikeOHIO: Along I-75, between I-70 and I-76/I-80 or in direct areaPENNSYLVANIA: Most of PA I-80, I-70 and I-76TENNESSEE: I-75, I-40 West of Nashville, US 79 SW of Clarksville, US 51 to MemphisTEXAS: Dallas/Fort Worth, Irving areasOKLAHOMA: Oklahoma City and Tulsa areas$1,500 Sign-on Bonus paid out over 90 days! STARTING PAY UP TO 53 CPM with annual pay increases! $1,225- $1,590+ Weekly Average + Benefits & Good Home Time Excellent benefits (medical, dental, vision, STD/LTD, critical illness and cancer insurance. Company paid $25,000 life insurance policy) 401(k) with contribution (participation after one year) Free rider program (Some restricitons apply) Paid orientation with private hotel room, company car and lunch provided Home MOST weekends or every other weekend based on driver's location 99% NO touch freight Average length of haul is 680 miles--ALWAYS a clean load! Drivers Average 2500-3000 miles per week with NO FORCED DISPATCH and NO NYC! Running lanes: East of I-35. From Maine to Miami, Laredo to Minneapolis & everything in between! 2016-2020 Freightliners and Volvos (all automatics) Assigned driver manager 24/7/365 dispatch Great Pay - Steady Work - Consistent Miles - Late Model Equipment (assigned trucks) 12 Months of recent tractor trailer driving experience (OTR) No more than 2 moving violations in the previous 3 years Not cited for a D.O.T. defined accident in the previous 5 years No serious offenses in the previous 5 years or pattern of unsafe practices Satisfactory safety and employment history Associated topics: chofer clase a comercial, company driver team, company driving needed, company otr, dry van otr trucking, regional driver, regional driving route, tanker truck driver, tanker truck driving, time at home ()
              

    Other: Truck Driver- OTR Company Driver (CDLA) (Lawton) - Lawton, Oklahoma

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    STARTING PAY: 49-53CPM*BASED ON EXPERIENCE AND HAZMAT* ***** DRIVERS AVERAGE 2500-3000+ MILES PER WEEK!***** *** We are an OTR company. We do NOT have local or dedicated routes available***If you live in the following areas, we can get you home most weekends. ARKANSAS: Memphis, Little Rock & Blytheville areasCONNECTICUT: I-91, I-84 & Rt. 15 areasGEORGIA: Atlanta and north (along I-75)ILLINOIS: Across I-70 & I-72 South, I-57 (Effingham)INDIANA: North of Indianapolis (Between I-70 & US RT. 24)KENTUCKY: Along I-75MARYLAND: I-70; Between Hagerstown & BaltimoreNEW JERSEY: Philadelphia area, South of TurnpikeOHIO: Along I-75, between I-70 and I-76/I-80 or in direct areaPENNSYLVANIA: Most of PA I-80, I-70 and I-76TENNESSEE: I-75, I-40 West of Nashville, US 79 SW of Clarksville, US 51 to MemphisTEXAS: Dallas/Fort Worth, Irving areasOKLAHOMA: Oklahoma City and Tulsa areas$1,500 Sign-on Bonus paid out over 90 days! STARTING PAY UP TO 53 CPM with annual pay increases! $1,225- $1,590+ Weekly Average + Benefits & Good Home Time Excellent benefits (medical, dental, vision, STD/LTD, critical illness and cancer insurance. Company paid $25,000 life insurance policy) 401(k) with contribution (participation after one year) Free rider program (Some restricitons apply) Paid orientation with private hotel room, company car and lunch provided Home MOST weekends or every other weekend based on driver's location 99% NO touch freight Average length of haul is 680 miles--ALWAYS a clean load! Drivers Average 2500-3000 miles per week with NO FORCED DISPATCH and NO NYC! Running lanes: East of I-35. From Maine to Miami, Laredo to Minneapolis & everything in between! 2016-2020 Freightliners and Volvos (all automatics) Assigned driver manager 24/7/365 dispatch Great Pay - Steady Work - Consistent Miles - Late Model Equipment (assigned trucks) 12 Months of recent tractor trailer driving experience (OTR) No more than 2 moving violations in the previous 3 years Not cited for a D.O.T. defined accident in the previous 5 years No serious offenses in the previous 5 years or pattern of unsafe practices Satisfactory safety and employment history Associated topics: chofer clase a comercial, company driver team, company driving needed, company otr, dry van otr trucking, regional driver, regional driving route, tanker truck driver, tanker truck driving, time at home ()
              

    Other: Truck Driver- OTR Company Driver (CDLA) (Edmond) - Edmond, Oklahoma

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    STARTING PAY: 49-53CPM*BASED ON EXPERIENCE AND HAZMAT* ***** DRIVERS AVERAGE 2500-3000+ MILES PER WEEK!***** *** We are an OTR company. We do NOT have local or dedicated routes available***If you live in the following areas, we can get you home most weekends. ARKANSAS: Memphis, Little Rock & Blytheville areasCONNECTICUT: I-91, I-84 & Rt. 15 areasGEORGIA: Atlanta and north (along I-75)ILLINOIS: Across I-70 & I-72 South, I-57 (Effingham)INDIANA: North of Indianapolis (Between I-70 & US RT. 24)KENTUCKY: Along I-75MARYLAND: I-70; Between Hagerstown & BaltimoreNEW JERSEY: Philadelphia area, South of TurnpikeOHIO: Along I-75, between I-70 and I-76/I-80 or in direct areaPENNSYLVANIA: Most of PA I-80, I-70 and I-76TENNESSEE: I-75, I-40 West of Nashville, US 79 SW of Clarksville, US 51 to MemphisTEXAS: Dallas/Fort Worth, Irving areasOKLAHOMA: Oklahoma City and Tulsa areas$1,500 Sign-on Bonus paid out over 90 days! STARTING PAY UP TO 53 CPM with annual pay increases! $1,225- $1,590+ Weekly Average + Benefits & Good Home Time Excellent benefits (medical, dental, vision, STD/LTD, critical illness and cancer insurance. Company paid $25,000 life insurance policy) 401(k) with contribution (participation after one year) Free rider program (Some restricitons apply) Paid orientation with private hotel room, company car and lunch provided Home MOST weekends or every other weekend based on driver's location 99% NO touch freight Average length of haul is 680 miles--ALWAYS a clean load! Drivers Average 2500-3000 miles per week with NO FORCED DISPATCH and NO NYC! Running lanes: East of I-35. From Maine to Miami, Laredo to Minneapolis & everything in between! 2016-2020 Freightliners and Volvos (all automatics) Assigned driver manager 24/7/365 dispatch Great Pay - Steady Work - Consistent Miles - Late Model Equipment (assigned trucks) 12 Months of recent tractor trailer driving experience (OTR) No more than 2 moving violations in the previous 3 years Not cited for a D.O.T. defined accident in the previous 5 years No serious offenses in the previous 5 years or pattern of unsafe practices Satisfactory safety and employment history Associated topics: chofer clase a comercial, company driver team, company driving needed, company otr, dry van otr trucking, regional driver, regional driving route, tanker truck driver, tanker truck driving, time at home ()
              

    Other: Truck Driver- OTR Company Driver (CDLA) (Scranton) - Scranton, Pennsylvania

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    STARTING PAY: 49-53CPM*BASED ON EXPERIENCE AND HAZMAT* ***** DRIVERS AVERAGE 2500-3000+ MILES PER WEEK!***** *** We are an OTR company. We do NOT have local or dedicated routes available***If you live in the following areas, we can get you home most weekends. ARKANSAS: Memphis, Little Rock & Blytheville areasCONNECTICUT: I-91, I-84 & Rt. 15 areasGEORGIA: Atlanta and north (along I-75)ILLINOIS: Across I-70 & I-72 South, I-57 (Effingham)INDIANA: North of Indianapolis (Between I-70 & US RT. 24)KENTUCKY: Along I-75MARYLAND: I-70; Between Hagerstown & BaltimoreNEW JERSEY: Philadelphia area, South of TurnpikeOHIO: Along I-75, between I-70 and I-76/I-80 or in direct areaPENNSYLVANIA: Most of PA I-80, I-70 and I-76TENNESSEE: I-75, I-40 West of Nashville, US 79 SW of Clarksville, US 51 to MemphisTEXAS: Dallas/Fort Worth, Irving areasOKLAHOMA: Oklahoma City and Tulsa areas$1,500 Sign-on Bonus paid out over 90 days! STARTING PAY UP TO 53 CPM with annual pay increases! $1,225- $1,590+ Weekly Average + Benefits & Good Home Time Excellent benefits (medical, dental, vision, STD/LTD, critical illness and cancer insurance. Company paid $25,000 life insurance policy) 401(k) with contribution (participation after one year) Free rider program (Some restricitons apply) Paid orientation with private hotel room, company car and lunch provided Home MOST weekends or every other weekend based on driver's location 99% NO touch freight Average length of haul is 680 miles--ALWAYS a clean load! Drivers Average 2500-3000 miles per week with NO FORCED DISPATCH and NO NYC! Running lanes: East of I-35. From Maine to Miami, Laredo to Minneapolis & everything in between! 2016-2020 Freightliners and Volvos (all automatics) Assigned driver manager 24/7/365 dispatch Great Pay - Steady Work - Consistent Miles - Late Model Equipment (assigned trucks) 12 Months of recent tractor trailer driving experience (OTR) No more than 2 moving violations in the previous 3 years Not cited for a D.O.T. defined accident in the previous 5 years No serious offenses in the previous 5 years or pattern of unsafe practices Satisfactory safety and employment history Associated topics: cdl a, cdl a driver, class a truck, company driver needed, company driving team, dry van otr trucking, hazardous material, regional driving, regional driving route, tanker truck driving ()
              

    Healthcare: Physician / Urology / Pennsylvania / Permanent / Locum - Urology - Scr - Scranton, Pennsylvania

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    Position: Urology Physician Location: Scranton, PA MPLT Healthcare is looking for physicians who Understand the Urgency, Never Give Up, and Have the Courage to Excel in the forever changing medical industry! We have numerous opportunities for an experienced urology physician w ith highly competitive pay rates in Scranton, PA. Position Details: Practice in Northern Pennsylvania looking for 2 Providers for long term locums assignment. B&B Urology, must be Board Certified or Board Eligible. The practice is about 2 1/2 hours outside of Philadelphia and is looking for help ASAP The benefits of working with MPLT Healthcare include: Flexibility - work when, where and how often you'd like to work Paid malpractice insurance Pre-paid travel and housing expenses Competitive compensation paid on a weekly basis One-on-one attention and 24-hour access to your personal MPLT Healthcare consultant Dedicated medical staff services that assist with credentialing and facility paperwork About MPLT Healthcare MPLT Healthcare specializes in placing well-qualified physicians and advanced practice clinicians in locum, locum-to-perm and direct hire staff and leadership positions while making this process as seamless as possible for our clinicians and client facilities. Don't delay, apply today! ()
              

    Healthcare: Physician: Hospitalist Needed in Scranton, Pennsylvania - JOB- - Scranton, Pennsylvania

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    A new hospitalist opportunity is now available in Pennsylvania at an established group. They offer flexible blocked scheduling for a great work-life balance and a family first philosophy. They try to ensure that their staff never misses an important family or personal event. This is for a daytime hospitalist with a very minimal nights. You will see an average of 15 patients per day and there will be no procedures required. They welcome board certified IM and FP physicians. This position offers a competitive salary of $240k plus quality incentives. You will also receive malpractice insurance, medical/dental/vision benefits, CME stipend, and a 401k retirement plan. Scranton offers easy access to a number of major cities including Philadelphia, New York City, and Baltimore. You will also be close to the Pocono Mountains and be able to enjoy great skiing and water sports. It is the sixth largest city in the state of Pennsylvania and is the geographic and cultural center of the Lackawanna River Valley. At CompHealth, we are experts at matching you with your just-right job. Every step of the way, you will be supported by specialty teams comprised of tenured professionals. Our goal is to make a difference in the lives of our physicians and the healthcare communities they serve. For inquiries about this opportunity, call Lisa Goldstein at for immediate consideration or reply with an updated copy of your CV and references to CompHealth. Quick Facts: $240k base plus quality incentives Daytime hospitalist, minimal nights No procedures needed Flexible blocked schedule Great work-life balance Board certified IM or FP welcomed Good schools with suburban feeling area 90 miles from Philadelphia 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 ()
              

    Professions: Driver Helper - Scranton, Pennsylvania

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    UPS is hiring individuals to work as temporary, seasonal Driver Helpers. This is a physical, fast-paced, outdoor position that involves continual lifting, lowering and carrying packages that typically weigh 25 - 35 lbs. and may weigh up to 70 lbs. It requires excellent customer contact skills and a lot of walking. As a Driver Helper you will not drive the delivery vehicle but assist the driver in the delivery of packages. Driver Helpers usually meet the UPS driver at a mutually agreed upon time and location each weekday. --Workdays can vary (Monday ------ Friday) or (Tuesday ------ Saturday), --both part-time and full-time, depending on the building needs. --Hours vary but usually begin after 8:00 a.m. and end before 8:00 p.m. Driver Helpers must comply with UPS appearance guidelines.Driver Helper seasonal opportunities are typically between the Thanksgiving and Christmas holiday time period.This job posting includes information about the minimum qualifications (including the UPS Uniform and Personal Appearance Guidelines), locations, shifts, and operations within the locations which may consider my application. --An applicant or employee may request an exception or change to, or an accommodation of, any condition of employment (including the UPS Uniform and Personal Appearance Guidelines) because of a sincerely held religious belief or practice. UPS is an equal opportunity employer. UPS does not discriminate on the basis of race/color/religion/sex/national origin/veteran/disability/age/sexual orientation/gender identity or any other characteristic protected by lawRead the Philadelphia Fair Chance Hiring Law here. We welcome those with experience in jobs such as Forklift Operator, Purchasing Assistant, and Picker and Packer and others in the Logistics to apply. ()
              

    Urologist with Partnership Track General Urology and Robotics | University Urology Associates of New Jersey (UUANJ.COM)

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    Blandet start på sæsonen - hvad er status hos Philadelphia 76ers

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    Interview with Chef Michael Solomonov of Zahav Restaurant

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    We talk with James Beard Award-winning chef and cookbook author Michael Solomonov of Zahav Restaurant. He shares stories about his journey to becoming a chef, and how he introduces authentic and nuanced Israeli cuisine to his Philadelphia customers.  

    Download recipes and watch the full series: http://www.ciaprochef.com/wca/israel/   


              

    Part-time Associate Veterinarian at Stoney Creek Veterinary Hospital near Philadelphia, PA | Stoney Creek Veterinary Hospital

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    Morton, Pennsylvania, Stoney Creek Veterinary Hospital is seeking an associate veterinarian to join our team. We are an AAHA accredited 7 doctor small animal and exotics hospital located in the Philadelphia suburb of Mort
              

    New Classical Tracks: Pianist Wei Luo Explores Themes Of War And Death On Solo Debut

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    Julie Amacher, Classical MPR

    "I wasn't a very extroverted person when I was young, and I liked to use my music as a way to communicate with others. I think I was more brave in music than I was in real life."

    Wei Luo is brave in real life. She was born in the southern part of China. She's been studying at the Curtis Institute in Philadelphia for the past three years. Last year, much to her surprise and delight, she received the 2018 Gilmore Young Artist Award. At age 20, she recently released her solo debut. It's a self-titled recording with a powerful theme exploring war and death.

    I'm very excited to talk about how you put this together, but first I want to know a little bit about you and how the piano became such an important form of expression for you.

    "Actually, I'm the only child in my whole family who learned music. My parents loved to play music CDs at my apartment. At a very young age, my mom took me to see Swan Lake and Sleeping Beauty, the ballets. And I've really loved Russian music since then."

    What was it about that Russian music that really resonated with you?

    "I think the melodies are especially beautiful and really touching. I tried to learn ballet, but it didn't work out. Then I learned music."

    So, instead you're doing ballet on the keyboard, huh?

    "Exactly. I went to kindergarten around four years old. There was one upright piano in each classroom. The teacher used to play piano for the kids. I was so amazed by the sound. Later, she and my father gave me a small upright piano as a gift for my fifth birthday. That's where everything started."

    The theme of this recording is very powerful — war and death. That seems like a pretty intense theme for a debut recording. How did you come to that conclusion?

    "I realized the pieces on my debut album are somewhat related to war and death, such as Ravel's La Valse. It's a memory of the great Viennese culture, but everything was devastated after World War One. It's a very dark, but beautiful, piece."

    How does the Haydn Piano Sonata in E-flat Major fit into this theme of war and death?

    "That's a good question. I think, if everything is about war, this is the only piece that represents all the wonderful stuff that's not related to war."

    There is a contemporary Russian composer featured on this recording — Rodion Shchedrin. Why did you choose to feature two of his pieces on this recording?

    "First of all, because they're fun. And, also, I just want to introduce the audience to some more more Russian composers.

    "Shchedrin was considered one of the most important composers after Shostakovich. This piece, especially the second second short piece on this album by Shchedrin, is called Bass Ostinato, so you can hear the constant lefthand octaves going on, and the right hand is trying to create a mysterious sound, still like war."

    To hear the rest of my conversation, download the extended podcast on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts.


              

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    A Decade of Care: Hanes Launches 10th National Sock Drive to Help the Homeless; Tops 3 Million Donated Pairs

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    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C., November 22, 2019 /3BL Media/ – Small gifts often have the most meaning.

    For the millions of people living homeless, a clean pair of socks is often described as “the gift of humanity.” Hanes, America’s No. 1 basic apparel, underwear and sock brand, is partnering with organizations fighting homelessness nationwide to deliver comfort to those who need it most through the Hanes National Sock Drive. The brand is marking 10 years of helping provide care and compassion during this year’s drive by:

    • Donating more than 250,000 pairs of socks directly to organizations fighting homelessness in all 50 states, along with Washington, D.C., and Puerto Rico. Since the program’s inception in 2009, Hanes has provided more than 3 million pairs of socks – one of the most requested items by relief agencies – to help the homeless.

    • Giving an additional pair of socks for every order of any apparel placed in December on Hanes.com. Socks will be provided to local homeless shelters.

    • Partnering with Rainier Fruit Company for its second “Pears for Pairs” campaign, which is currently running in United Supermarkets, Harris Teeter, Wegmans, and Lunds & Byerlys stores. From late September through January, Rainier is donating a portion of the proceeds from bulk and bagged pear sales to the Hanes National Sock Drive. In 2018, the Pears for Pairs campaign resulted in 20,000 pairs of socks being donated to five nonprofits.

    • Offering consumers the opportunity to participate directly in the program by visiting www.hanes.com/donate to gift socks ($1), women’s underwear ($1), men’s underwear ($1.50) and bras ($6) that will be distributed in needed styles and sizes.

    • Continuing its 10-year collaboration with Invisible People and its founder, Mark Horvath, to help raise awareness about homelessness. Invisible People uses innovative storytelling, educational resources and advocacy to help change how the public views homelessness and those living homeless in the United States and abroad.

    “Most of us take basic apparel for granted, but we know a new, clean pair of socks can mean a lot to those experiencing homelessness,” said Sidney Falken, chief branding officer, HanesBrands. “We are committed to bringing a little comfort to those who need it most – and it is incredibly gratifying to have others, including many individuals across the country, join us in this effort.”

    More than 100 agencies, including The Salvation Army Bell Shelter (Bell, California), Homeward Bound (Asheville, North Carolina) and Compassion Outreach Ministries (Columbus, Ohio), have received sock donations from Hanes.

    “Small things really do make a big difference to our clients,” said Steve Lytle, director of The Salvation Army Bell Shelter. “The smile on a client’s face when she received a clean pair of socks for the first time in months was priceless. There was joy in her eyes and it was clear that the socks were the most precious gift she could have received in that moment. Another client said his gift of clean socks was a sign that there are people who care and that his life did matter.”

    Homeward Bound distributes more than 2,000 pairs of socks a month to those living homeless.

    “Homelessness is a community problem and it will take everyone’s support to help end the epidemic,” said Ashley Campbell, the agency’s outreach specialist. “Right now, some of your neighbors are living outside, in tents and under bridges, vulnerable to inclement weather and violence, stripped of dignity and our collective respect.

    “There are so many ways to help,” Campbell continued. “Educate yourself about homelessness in your community, volunteer at your local agency fighting this issue or simply make a donation that would help a nonprofit save its limited resources.”

    Jeffrey Tabor, director of TWO Men’s Ministry House for Compassion Outreach Ministries of Ohio, added that there is no donation too small to be used for good to fulfill a basic human need.

    “Imagine the importance of just one pair of socks when you are focused on keeping your feet dry and warm during the cold winter months,” Tabor said. “That’s why we are so thankful for our partnership with Hanes, which has fulfilled an immediate, basic human need for so many people.”

    Lytle underscores, however, that sometimes it all boils down to human contact. “Acknowledge people who are experiencing homelessness with a smile or hello,” he said. “By engaging with a person who is experiencing homelessness we are saying ‘I see you and you matter.’”

    The Hanes National Sock Drive is part of Hanes for Good, the corporate responsibility program of Hanes’ parent company, HanesBrands (NYSE:HBI).

    Organizations distributing Hanes socks include:

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    Fayetteville

    7Hills Center

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    Covenant House California

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    Los Angeles Mission

    Street Symphony

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    Father Joe's Village

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    Destiny's Bridge

    Lawrenceville

    HomeFront

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    Albuquerque

    Joy Junction

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    New York

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    Syracuse

    Rescue Mission Alliance

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    Asheville

    Homeward Bound

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    Men's Shelter of Charlotte/Urban Ministry Center

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    Cooperative Community Ministry

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    Bethesda Center

    Samaritan Ministries

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    Cleveland

    The City Mission Men's Crisis Center

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    Compassion Outreach Ministries

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    Oklahoma City

    City Rescue Mission

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    Lebanon

    Family Assistance and Resource Center

    Portland

    Central City Concern

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    Natrona

    The Building Block of Natrona

    Philadelphia

    Bethesda Project

    Covenant House Pennsylvania

    Project HOME

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    Pittsburgh Mercy's Operation Safety Net

    Pottsville

    Schuylkill Women in Crisis

    Wilkes-Barre

    The Salvation Army

    Puerto Rico

    San Juan

    The Salvation Army

    Rhode Island

    Providence

    Crossroads Rhode Island

    South Carolina

    Columbia

    Transitions Homeless Center

    Sioux Falls

    Bishop Dudley Hospitality House

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    Kingsport

    Hunger First

    Memphis

    Urban Bike Food Ministry

    Nashville

    Open Table

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    Mobile Loaves and Fishes

    Copperas Cove

    Operation Stand Down Central Texas

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    The Stewpot Dallas

    Farmers Branch

    Just Because Inc.

    Houston

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    Lord of the Streets

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    Hope Center

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    Casper

    Wyoming Rescue Mission

     

    Hanes
    Hanes, America's No. 1 apparel brand, is a leading brand of intimate apparel, underwear, sleepwear, socks and casual apparel. Hanes products can be found at leading retailers nationwide and online direct to consumers at www.Hanes.com.  

    HanesBrands

    HanesBrands is a socially responsible leading marketer of everyday basic innerwear and activewear apparel in the Americas, Europe, Australia and Asia-Pacific. The company markets T-shirts, bras, panties, shapewear, underwear, socks, hosiery, and activewear under some of the world’s strongest apparel brands, including Hanes, Champion, Bonds, Maidenform, DIM, Bali, Playtex, Bras N Things, Nur Die/Nur Der, Alternative, L’eggs, JMS/Just My Size, Lovable, Wonderbra, Berlei, and Gear for Sports. More information about the company and its award-winning corporate social responsibility initiatives may be found at www.Hanes.com/corporate. Visit our newsroom at https://newsroom.hanesbrands.com/. Connect with the company via social media: Twitter (@hanesbrands), Facebook (www.facebook.com/hanesbrandsinc), Instagram (@hanesbrands), and LinkedIn (@Hanesbrandsinc).

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    336-671-3704 (mobile)                                                                      

    carole.crosslin@hanes.com 

     

    Jamie Wallis, Hanes

    336-519-4758

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    The 20 Best Events This Month in Philadelphia

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    New Year’s Eve Fireworks Six p.m. if you’ve got the kids, midnight if you don’t (or you do and you’re a masochist). December 31st at […]

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    NBA Highlights: Ben Simmons Guides Philadelphia 76ers to Three-Point Win Over Indiana Pacers

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    PHILADELPHIA -- The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) announced today that discount stores T.J. Maxx, Marshalls and HomeGoods sold 19 different recalled products to consumers between 2014 and 2019. In the case of five products, the stores’ parent company TJX initiated the recall. The products included the Rock ‘N Play and Kids II inclined infant sleepers, which are responsible for a number of fatalities, rattles that can break and pose a choking hazard, and electronics that overheat or explode. 

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    U.S. Public Interest Research Group Education Fund Consumer Watchdog Adam Garber issued the following statement in response to the news:

    “Shoppers expect the holiday lights, toys and other products they buy are safe. When they’re found to be unsafe, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission announces a recall to remove these dangerous products from store shelves and homes. 

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    The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) announced today that discount stores T.J. Maxx, Marshalls and HomeGoods sold 19 different recalled products to consumers between 2014 and 2019. In the case of five products, the stores’ parent company TJX initiated the recall. The products included the Rock ‘N Play and Kids II inclined infant sleepers, which are responsible for a number of fatalities, rattles that can break and pose a choking hazard, and electronics that overheat or explode. 


              

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    Die NBA startet wieder voll durch.

    Trotz des Rücktritts von Dirk Nowitzki, der nach 21 Jahren bei den Dallas Mavericks im vergangenen Sommer aufhörte, ist die beste Basketball-Liga der Welt attraktiver und spannender denn je.

    Nach dem irren Trade-Sommer, in dem zahlreiche Superstars wie Anthony Davis (zu den Lakers), Kawhi Leonard (zu den Clippers), Russell Westbrook (zu den Rockets) und Kevin Durant (zu den Nets) die Franchise wechselten, ist eine Aussage zu den Kräfteverhältnissen extrem schwer.

    Toronto ohne Leonard nur Außenseiter

    Eines gilt als sicher: Die Toronto Raptors werden nach dem Abgang von Finals-MVP Leonard ihren Überraschungstitel aller Wahrscheinlichkeit nach nicht verteidigen können. Aber welches Team wird der Nachfolger?

    Die Houston Rockets, ein Team aus Los Angeles oder vielleicht doch ein Team aus dem Osten? Die im Neuaufbau befindlichen Golden State Warriors sind spätestens nach der schweren Handverletzung von Superstar Stephen Curry auch kein Titelkandidat mehr.

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    Diese Frage beschäftigt Fans und Experten genauso wie die Frage, wie der zu Saisonbeginn noch verletzte Super-Rookie Zion Williamson bei den New Orleans Pelicans einschlagen wird. 

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    Deutsche in der NBA und Top-Spiel LIVE

    Mit Dennis Schröder (Oklahoma City Thunder), Maximilian Kleber (Dallas Mavericks), Daniel Theis (Boston Celtics), Moritz Wagner und Isaac Bonga (beide Washington Wizards) sowie Isaiah Hartenstein (Houston Rockets) stehen derzeit sechs deutsche Profis in der NBA unter Vertrag.

    SPORT1+ und DAZN übertragen regelmäßig Top-Spiele und Partien mit Beteiligung deutscher Spieler LIVE. Alle Partien können mit dem League Pass der NBA verfolgt werden.

    So überträgt DAZN am Sonntag den Primetime-Kracher zwischen den Los Angeles Lakers und den Dallas Mavericks LIVE um 22 Uhr.

    Es ist auch das Duell der MVP-Kandidaten LeBron James und Luka Doncic.

    Die Topspiele und Partien der Deutschen in der 7. Woche der NBA: 

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    Dienstag, 03. Dezember

    Atlanta Hawks - Golden State Warriors (01.30 Uhr)

    Mittwoch, 04. Dezember
    Washington Wizards - Orlando Magic (01.00 Uhr)
    Toronto Raptors - Miami Heat (01.30 Uhr)
    New Orleans Pelicans - Dallas Mavericks (01.30 Uhr)
    San Antonio Spurs - Houston Rockets (02.30 Uhr)
    Denver Nuggets - Los Angeles Lakers (03.00 Uhr)
    Los Angeles Clippers - Portland Trail Blazers (04.00 Uhr)

    Donnerstag, 05. Dezember

    Charlotte Hornets - Golden State Warriors (01.00 Uhr)
    Atlanta Hawks - Brooklyn Nets (01.30 Uhr)
    Boston Celtics - Miami Heat (01.30 Uhr)
    Oklahoma City Thunder - Indiana Pacers (02.00 Uhr) 
    Dallas Mavericks - Minnesota Timberwolves (02.30 Uhr)
    Utah Jazz - Los Angeles Lakers (03.00 Uhr)

    Freitag, 06. Dezember

    Washington Wizards - Philadelphia 76ers (01.00 Uhr)
    Toronto Raptors - Houston Rockets (01.30 Uhr)
    New Orleans Pelicans - Phoenix Suns (02.00 Uhr)

    Samstag, 07. Dezember

    Charlotte Hornets - Brooklyn Nets (01.00 Uhr)
    Chiacago Bull - Golden State Warriors (02.00 Uhr)
    Boston Celtics - Denver Nuggets (02.00 Uhr)
    Miami Heat - Washngton Wizards (02.00 Uhr)
    Oklahoma City Thunder - Minnesota Timberwolves (02.00 Uhr)
    Milwaukee Bucks - Los Angeles Clippers (02.30 Uhr)
    Portland Trail Blazers - Los Angeles Lakers (04.30 Uhr)
    Dallas Mavericks - New Orleans Pelicans (20.00 Uhr)

    Sonntag, 08. Dezember

    Houston Rockets - Phoenix Suns (02.00 Uhr)
    Brooklyn Nets - Denver Nuggets (21.00 Uhr)

    Montag, 09. Dezember

    Washington Wizards - Los Angeles Clippers (0.00 Uhr)
    Philadelphia 76er - Toronto Raptors (0.00 Uhr)
    Dallas Mavericks - Sacramento Kings (01.00 Uhr)
    Portland Trail Blazers - Oklahoma City Thunder (03.00 Uhr)
    Los Angeles Lakers - Minnesota Timberwolves (03.30 Uhr)

     


              

    Week 14: Kein Ausrutscher mehr erlaubt!

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    Die Post Season rückt unaufhaltsam näher!

    Nur noch wenige Spiele und die Teilnehmer der Playoffs stehen fest. Einige Teams müssen noch zittern, andere kämpfen schon um die besten Plätze. Daher darf man sich nun keine Ausrutscher mehr erlauben. (SERVICE: Die Tabelle der NFL)

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    Die Houstan Texans bezwangen im Monday Night die New England Patriots, dank eines phänomenalen Spielzugs.

    In der Nacht zum Mittwoch empfangen die Seattle Seahawks die Minnesota Vikings zu einer spannenden Partie und beenden die 13. Woche.

    Die 14. Woche beginnt mit den Chicago Bears gegen die Dallas Cowboys - für beide Teams geht es um die Teilnahme an den Playoffs.

    Am Sonntagabend deutscher Zeit müssen die San Francisco 49ers bei den New Orleans Saints ran, auch die Los Angeles Chargers müssen auswärts zu den Jacksonville Jaguars.

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    Die restlichen Spiele der Woche 13:

    Montag, 02. Dezember

    Houston Texans - New England Patriots 28:22

    Dienstag, 03. Dezember

    Seattle Seahawks - Minnesota Vikings (2.15 Uhr)

    Alle Spiele der Woche 14 im Überblick:

    Freitag, 06. Dezember

    Chiacago Bears - Dallas Cowboys (2.20 Uhr)

    Sonntag, 08. Dezember

    Atlanta Falcons - Carolina Panthers (19.00 Uhr)
    Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Indianapolis Colts (19.00 Uhr)
    New York Jets - Miami Dolphins (19.00 Uhr)
    New Orleans Saints - San Francisco 49ers (19.00 Uhr)
    Minnesota Vikings - Detroit Lions (19.00 Uhr)
    Houston Texans - Denver Broncos (19.00 Uhr)
    Buffalo Bills - Baltimore Ravens (19.00 Uhr)
    Cleveland Browns - Cincinnati Bengals (19.00 Uhr)
    Green Bay Packers -Washington Redskins (19.00 Uhr)
    Jacksonville Jaguars - Los Angeles Chargers (22.05 Uhr)
    Arizona Cardinals - Pittsburgh Steelers (22.25 Uhr)
    Oakland Raiders - Tennessee Titans (22.25 Uhr)
    New England Patriots -Kansas City Chiefs (22.25 Uhr)

    Montag, 09. Dezember

    Seattle Seahawks - Los Angeles Rams (2.20 Uhr)

    Doenstag, 10. Dezember

    New York Giants - Philadelphia Eagels (2.15 Uhr)

     


              

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    DETROIT (AP) — Looks like the Minnesota Vikings have a feel for desperation.And desperation pass plays.Kirk Cousins took a shotgun snap Replica Olisaemeka Udoh Jersey , rolled slightly to his right, stepped up and heaved a pass from near midfield into the end zone.Article continues below ...Kyle Rudolph leaped to make a go-ahead touchdown catch.Cousins’ 44-yard Hail Mary to Rudolph as time expired in the first half put the Minnesota Vikings ahead and they beat the Detroit Lions 27-9 Sunday, moving a step closer to playing in the postseason.“It was a big way to gain some momentum going into the half after a slow start,” Cousins said. “They were calling it a Hail Rudy after it happened.”Minnesota famously beat New Orleans in the playoffs last January on Diggs’ game-ending, 61-yard touchdown reception to advance to the NFC championship game.The Vikings could have clinched a spot in the playoffs with a win and losses by Washington and Philadelphia this weekend. The Redskins lost to Tennessee on Saturday, and shortly after Minnesota walked into its locker room at Ford Field, the Eagles beat Houston on a game-ending field goal.Minnesota (8-6-1) can still earn a spot in the postseason by closing the regular season with a win against NFC North champion Chicago at home, or by having wild-card hopefuls lose in Week 17.“We don’t want to leave it up to anyone else,” Rudolph said.The Vikings overcame an awful start offensively, scoring two touchdowns on Cousins’ passes over the last 1:32 of the second quarter, and relied on their defense all afternoon against Detroit.Minnesota had almost as many punts (4) as yards (5) before Cousins led an eight-play, 69-yard drive that ended with an 8-yard touchdown pass to Stefon Diggs late in the first half. On the Vikings’ next possession after calling timeout with 2 seconds left in the second quarter against a three-man rush, Cousins capped a 70-yard drive with his Hail Mary to Rudolph, who didn’t have much traffic in front of him,.“I didn’t have to move one step off of my spot. I was able to jump,” said the 6-foot-6 Rudolph, who was a highly touted high school basketball player in Cincinnati. “I joked earlier I had a lot of rebounds in high school basketball and at that point, it turns into another rebound, so maybe see if I can get that added to my career total.”In the same end zone three years ago, Aaron Rodgers connected with Richard Rodgers on a winning desperation pass to lift the Packers to a win over Detroit to help them make a push to get into the postseason.Cousins finished 21 of 28 for 253 yards with three touchdowns, matching his career high with 29 set in 2015 with the Redskins. Rudolph had a career-high 122 yards receiving, matched a career high with two touchdown receptions, and had a season-high nine receptions.The Lions (5-10) wasted opportunities to have a comfortable cushion in the first half because their offense stalled repeatedly. They had to settle for three field goals and a 9-0 lead, and then they had to deal with a 14-9 deficit after the Hail Mary.“When those things happen, certainly they have a little bit of a toll on you,” coach Matt Patricia acknowledged.Detroit has dropped four of five and seven of nine since reaching .500 in late October Olisaemeka Udoh Jersey nfl draft , falling apart in Patricia’s first season as a head coach after the franchise fired coach Jim Caldwell with a 36-28 record over four seasons.The playing-for-pride Lions got off to a strong start defensively against the playoff-hopeful Vikings, holding them without a first down until there were three-plus minutes left in the first half.With the ball, though, Detroit could not to take advantage of favorable field position against a stingy defense. The Lions were relegated to Matt Prater kicking one field goal in the first quarter and two in the second.The Vikings opened the second half with a field goal for a 17-9 lead that looked like it would be enough against a team that failed to score a touchdown against them in two games this season. Minnesota sent a lot of fans out of Ford Field early in the second half when Cousins threw a 4-yard touchdown pass to Rudolph to go ahead by 15 points.STAFFORD SITSMatthew Stafford was 18 of 32 for 116 yards and was replaced with 4:10 left by Matt Cassel, who was welcomed by cheers before the Lions were called for a false start prior to his first snap.“It’s frustrating that that’s the way the game went,” said Stafford, who is playing through a back injury. “Coach makes those decisions. Always want to be out there, understand where he’s coming from with it. He knows what I’m dealing with and going through. As far as fans’ reaction, it doesn’t make any difference.”INJURY REPORTVikings: CB Marcus Sherels left with a foot injury in the first quarter and didn’t return. CB Xavier Rhodes (groin) limped off the field in the fourth quarter. FB C.J. Ham (elbow) had an elbow injury.Lions: TE Luke Willson (concussion), DT A’Shawn Robinson (knee), DeShawn Shead (knee) were hurt during the game.UP NEXTVikings: Host the Bears on Sunday.“It’s going to be like a playoff game,” Rudolph said.Lions: Close the season at Green Bay on Sunday. A long time a go in a galaxy far, far away...no one did mock drafts"WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Vikings 2018 SeasonVikings 2019 OffseasonU.S. Bank StadiumMinnesota Vikings PodcastsMinnesota Vikings 2019 NFL Draft2019 NFL Draft: Solo, A Mock StoryNew,98commentsA long time a go in a galaxy far, far away...no one did mock draftsCDTShareTweetShareShare2019 NFL Draft: Solo, A Mock StoryKirby Lee- USA Today SportsHappy Monday kids, I hope your weekend was a good one. Not a whole lot of news on the Vikings front since our last mock. They’ve signed Adam Thielen to a nice extension, a couple of AAF players, and a backup QB, but overall, it’s nothing that should affect their draft strategy in any meaningful way. So, let’s get on with with another mock, our eighth. If you care about any of the other ones I’ve done, you can check them out here:But if you are a person imbued with common sense, self-worth Minnesota Vikings Jerseys 2019 , and dignity and want to skip those, please do. No one will blame you; conversely, people might actually think better of you, if we’re being brutally honest here.You’re still here? Okay. I’m as surprised as you are, but let’s get going. Consider these the ground rules for how I do these mocks:I’m not a professional scout, coach, or GM. I am, however, a Professional Idiot.If you EVER get to the point where you think ‘man this guy is pretty sharp about drafting and stuff’ go back and read the previous sentence. Then talk to any member of my family, immediate or extended, and they’ll set you straight.My methodology is fairly straightforward. I’m using Fanspeak’s On The Clock deluxe, high falutin’ draft simulator, that allows me to make and receive trade offers.In formulating and/or accepting trades, I’m using the 2019 Drafttek Trade Value Chart. I know most teams don’t follow it to the number, and other trades include players, like the Percy Harvin trade a few years back. Trading players in this simulation isn’t an option, and you have to have some kind of baseline, so this is mine:Minnesota’s biggest need is still the offensive line, even with free agency essentially done...but I don’t think it’s a mandatory, gotta pick in the first round kind of need anymore. I still believe it’s the primary area of concern, so with that in mind this is what I feel are the Vikings needs:Offensive lineDefensive lineTight End/Wide Receiver In the past, I said I would try to mimic GM Rick Spielman, but I think I’m just gonna be me for this one, as in ‘what would I like to see happen?’ I would like to see the Vikings trade down, if possible, and get a couple extra picks. If the Vikings could get an extra day one or two pick by making a trade Olisaemeka Udoh Minnesota Vikings Jerseys , I think it would help shore up both lines, and give them more top talent on the roster.In setting up the draft variables, I chose to use the On The Clock Composite Big Board, just to change things up a bit. The computer is using multiple, as will be the case in real life, the setting is classic, and team needs are user voted.These are the picks the Vikings have heading into the 2019 Draft:1st RoundWhen the round opens, I get two trade offers:I’m going to be honest here: I’m half tempted to trade up with Denver to get in a position to draft Dwayne Haskins, and I’m not even kidding. But I don’t think he’d be there, so I’m going to turn that offer down. But that Patriots offer? Kind of farther down than I’d like to go, but it’s still in the first round, and I get an extra second and third round pick. I accept the offer.These are my new picks:I let the draft run through 26 picks, and most of the top offensive linemen are gone. I want to get a top guy and not risk losing out on marquee talent at my biggest position of need, so I’m going to try and swing a trade with Oakland. I make this offer:They accept, and although I lose my forth round pick, I get a high pick in the fifth round, while still keeping both second round picks and a third round pick. I am now on the clock, and this is my big board:Selection: Cody Ford, T, OklahomaRationale: He’s the best offensive lineman for a team that desperately needs one. I’m not overthinking this one.2nd RoundI get no trade offers when the round starts, but I get two when I come on the clock I get offers for both my second round picks:Eh, it’s a nice haul of picks, but I’d rather get top shelf talent in the first couple rounds, which is why I made the initial trade with the Patriots anyway, so I turn these offers down. Here’s my big board for the first selection:Selection, pick 50 (2/18): Irv Smith Youth Alexander Mattison Jersey , TE, ROLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL TIDERationale: So here’s the deal. If you think Kyle Rudolph will be around 3-4 more years, and/or the TE’s currently on the roster can step up and start, then this is a dumb pick. However, if you think Rudy is gone in a season or two (he will be), and/or the guys behind him can’t step up (I don’t think they can), then Smith makes a ton of sense here. I like having a pass catching threat to go with Stefon Diggs and Thielen, without wasting a pick on a wide receiver.Here’s the big board for my next second round pick:Selection, pick 56 (2/24): Chase Winovich, EDGE, That Team Up NorthRationale: For me, this pick was between either Winovich or Elgton Jenkins. WIth the moves the Vikings made in free agency, I think they have done more to address the offensive line than the defensive line, so I went with the defensive guy here.3rd RoundNo trade offers, so here’s my big board:Selection: Michael Jordan, G, THE Ohio State UniversityRationale: Although I think the Vikings have addressed the o-line, and I got Cody Ford, are the guys they signed in free agency long term answers? Jordan is a player that can push for a starting job, or at least be a realistic option for immediate depth on the interior.4th RoundNo Selection.5th RoundBig board for round five:Selection: T.J. Edwards, LB, WisconsinRationale: The Vikings need linebacker depth, and as we head into the fifth round and later, grit becomes a big factor in these selections as well as talent and need. All Wisconsin recruits are football Nick Puntos, and Edwards is as Nick Punto-y as Nick Punto.6th RoundWe’re pretty much through the ‘let’s make trades’ portion of mock drafts, because the actual late round trades on draft day are boring Super Bowl Alexander Mattison Jersey , much less fake ones. Big board:Selection, pick 190 (6/17): Lil’Jordan Humphrey, WR, TexasRationale: The Vikings need a WR, but between Troy Williamson and Laquon Treadwell, I don’t want them to pick a WR earlier than here ever again in the draft. Wait, I’ll be okay with a fifth, as long as it is the clone of Stefon Diggs. As we get to the sixth round and later, we add to ‘grit’ with ‘dudes with cool or weird names’. Boom, done.Selection, pick 209 (6/36): Gary Johnson, LB, TexasRationale: After several unsuccessful Presidential runs on the Libertarian ticket, the former governor of New Mexico will try to fulfill his childhood dream of playing in the NFL.7th RoundBig board:Selection, pick 247 (7/33): Johnnie Dixon, WR, THE Ohio StateRationale: I literally picked the highest ranked OSU player left. And I like DIxon.Selection, pick 250 (7/36): Easton Stick, QB, North Dakota StateRationale: When Stick to Dixon becomes more mythical than Montana to Rice, remember you heard it here first.RecapHere’s the draft class for A Mock Story:I like it. I got two offensive linemen and an EDGE rusher to shore up both lines, the best tight end in the draft that didn’t go to Iowa, and addressed pretty much all the remaining team needs. To get here I made these trades:
              

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    One of the most compelling (and for the teams most maddening) realities of the NFL is that most games are close games Youth Donald Trump Jerseys , with the potential outcomes going either way. Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers recently illustrated that point in relation to his team’s 2018 season.“We could have won them all,” Rivers told Nick Hardwick and Jon Schaeffer of XTRA 1360 in San Diego. “Like we could have gone undefeated. We could have. And we also could have gone 6-10.”The Chargers went 12-4, and three of the losses came by 10 or more points. But they could have indeed won each of those three games — vs. Chiefs, at Rams, and vs. Ravens.The challenge for the Chargers in 2019 will be to forget about 12-4 and, more importantly, to forget about the way the season fell apart in the divisional round and to focus on winning one game at a time. All too often, teams that managed to string together a bunch of wins one year can’t duplicate it the next year, because they allow themselves to think based on a great record that it came easier than it did.It never comes easy. Which makes what the Patriots continue to do even more impressive. They’ve found a way to expunge the outcome of the prior season from their brains, and to focus obsessively on what’s next. If the Chargers can do that in 2019, they may get another crack at the Pats in January. A look at the teams selecting Friday night and where the Patriots fit in."The NFL Draft resumes tonight at 7 PM, and the Arizona Cardinals will be on the clock first at pick 33. Typically Friday is the more exciting day, especially for Patriots fans, because there is a lot of movement between teams.Last night, 5 picks in rounds 2 and 3 changed hands. The picks were: Other than that Donald Trump Jerseys Stitched , the draft order hasn’t changed since yesterday. Of course, there are rumors that Josh Rosen may be on the move at some point today, so that could certainly change, but, for now, the board looks mostly the same as it did yesterday.The Patriots have the most picks (five) tonight, with the Colts and Rams both having four. The Colts, however, have three picks in the second round, while the Rams have three in the third. As you probably know, the Patriots have two in the second and three in the third. Some teams that may be even more likely to trade picks are the Texans, Chiefs, and Eagles.That’s because they have picks bunched close together. The Texans have back to back picks at 54 and 55.Unless they love 2 guys there, it would be a great opportunity to get the guy they want and still trade down and get more picks. The Eagles are in a similar situation with picks 53 and 57, and the Chiefs hold nearly back to back picks at 61 and 63. All of those teams could be focused on one player in the spot they’re in and Youth Stephen Gostkowski Jerseys , while getting him, also trade back and pick up more assets.As far as the Patriots are concerned, the wait won’t be quite as long for them tonight, as they are picking 24th tonight, at pick 56. Then they’ll have a pick just eight picks later at 64, and nine picks after that at 73. Having picks relatively close together may allow them to trade back, or, possibly, trade a pick or two for a veteran who can make an immediate impact. Look for the Patriots to make some noise at the end of the second and top of the third. After 73, they have to wait until 97, but they again have picks very close together, because they will be on the clock again at 101.Having the number of picks they do, and the relatively small gap between most of their picks gives the Patriots a ton of options tonight. Last year, the Patriots dealt one of their 3rd rounders for Trent Brown. Will we see the same type of move this year? Will the Patriots trade up for a player they covet early in the second? Or, will the Patriots do what they did last year Stephen Gostkowski Jerseys Stitched , and use those picks to get some extra draft capital for next season?I think it could be a little of everything. With five picks, they can draft a few players, pick up a veteran, or maybe second year player (come to me, Josh Rosen), or even make a trade for a higher pick next year. I’m hoping for some fireworks, which we always assume that we won’t get, but, then again, we’ve always said we wouldn’t see the flashy first round WR, and that already happened, so maybe Bill has some more surprises for us this year.Full 2nd and 3rd Round OrderRound 2 33. Arizona34. Indianapolis (from N.Y. Jets)35. Oakland36. San Francisco37. Seattle (from N.Y. Giants)38. Jacksonville39. Tampa Bay40. Buffalo41. Denver42. Cincinnati43. Detroit44. Green Bay45. L.A. Rams (from Atlanta)46. 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    Oddsmaker thinks Giants will finish third in NFC East With the New York Giants 2018-19 season right around the corner White Lorenzo Carter Jerseys , sports bettors have begun looking at odds for which team will come out on top in the NFC East. The Giants highest odds were to finish third in the division. The only team with worse odds to win the division was the Washington Redskins. Below are NFC East odds and prop bets betOnline.AG released. NFC EAST Dallas Cowboys 2nd Place +175 3rd Place +240 4th Place +350 1st Place +350New York Giants 3rd Place +175 4th Place +200 2nd Place +300 1st Place +500Philadelphia Eagles 1st Place -150 2nd Place +225 3rd Place +600 4th Place +1600Washington Redskins 4th Place +100 3rd Place +225 2nd Place +450 1st Place +800NFL Regular Season Props Most Loses by Any Team? Over 13.5 Losses -160 (59.6% chance) Under 13.5 Losses +140Most Wins by Any Team? Over 13.5 Wins +150 (38.9% chance) Under 13.5 Wins -17016-0 Perfect Season by Any Team? YES +1000 (8.8% chance) NO -15000-16 Perfectly Bad Season by Any Team? YES +1200 (7.5% chance) NO -2000True Perfect 19-0 Season by Any Team? YES +2000 (4.7% chance) NO -4000Will a Regular Season Game End in a Tie YES -220 (65.8% chance) NO +180Most Touchdown Passes by a Quarterback Over/Under 39.5 TouchdownsMost Interceptions Thrown by a Quarterback Over/Under 21.5 TouchdownsMost Passing Yards by a Quarterback Over/Under 5,000 YardsMost Receiving Touchdowns by a Receiver Over/Under 14.5 TouchdownsMost Receiving Yards by a Receiver Over/Under 1,600.5 YardsMost Rushing Touchdowns Over/Under 14.5 TouchdownsMost Rushing Yards by Running Back Over/Under 1,650.5 Yards It’s widely been believed that Peyton Manning has resisted taking a TV analyst job because he doesn’t want to have to analyze his brother, Eli. What has widely been believed is now being officially reported.Charles Robinson of Yahoo Sports reports, citing two unnamed sources close to Peyton Manning, that he passed on the chance to become the lead analyst for because this year’s schedule includes a pair of Giants games.Although there’s no guarantee Eli will actually be playing quarterback for the Giants come Week Nine vs. the Cowboys or Week 14 at the Eagles, Peyton also is reportedly hesitant to analyze/criticize any of his former teammates.“If he ever decides [] is something he wants to do, it’s going to be after Eli has finished his career and he gets a little bit further from his era of playing and maybe some of his teammates have moved on Lorenzo Carter Jerseys 2019 , too,” one of the unnamed sources told Robinson. “It would have been a tough position for him this season, with the Giants [and Broncos] being on the schedule. There is a lot of loyalty there for him and I don’t think he’d ever want to be in a position where he’d be conflicted about his analysis. It just wouldn’t have been a comfortable situation this year.”Peyton Manning basically said that last month, when he explained his thought process at the Manning Passing Academy.“It’s great to have someone that you’re so close to, that you feel invested in, to watch [Eli] play and compete,” Peyton Manning said, via Robinson. “I know when Eli stops playing, it will be different White B.J. Hill Jerseys , because when you have a brother, you feel a part of it. I pull hard for Eli. I keep up with the coaches, guys like Adam Gase, who I played for, [and] players, like Emmanuel Sanders and Von Miller, that I played with. Anybody that you have a connection to, you feel that connection when you watch him play in person or on TV. So I’ve been real proud of Eli and I’m looking forward to watching him play this year.”It’s one thing for Peyton to wait until Eli and Sanders and Miller stop playing; if Peyton plans to resist becoming a broadcaster until Gase is done coaching, Peyton could be waiting a while.Regardless B.J. Hill Jerseys 2019 , Peyton is willing to wait — even if it means that the networks won’t wait for him. (Spoiler: They will.) He added another quote last month that could be interpreted as a backhanded slap at the football focus during his playing career of a former quarterback who has quickly mastered the craft of analyzing games.“I saw where Tony Romo said that he always knew that he wanted to be a broadcaster,” Peyton said last month, via Robinson. “Well, I always knew I wanted to be a football player. That’s all I knew. I was all-in on that job. I didn’t think about anything else while I was playing. And I think that’s a good way to be. I think you’ve got to be all-in on what you’re doing.”For Peyton, the networks will be ready whenever he’s ready to go all-in. And whenever he says the word, one or more of those networks will be ready to go all-in on Peyton, turning upside down if need be whatever arrangements they currently have to accommodate someone who many believe will instantly become as good as anyone who has ever done the job, if not better.
              

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    PHILADELPHIA (AP) - The path to an NFC East title for the Philadelphia Eagles is simple and they don't have to rely on outside help if they take care of their own business.

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    Daily Kos Elections Live Digest: 11/25

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    Welcome to the Daily Kos Elections Live Digest, your liveblog of all of today's campaign news.

    Please note: The Live Digest is a 2016 and 2020 Democratic presidential primary-free space. It’s also a place to discuss elections, not policy.

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    Monday, Nov 25, 2019 · 4:39:49 PM +00:00 · Jeff Singer

    Hempstead, NY Town Supervisor: On Thursday, Democratic incumbent Laura Gillen conceded defeat to Republican Donald Clavin. Gillen had been waiting for absentee and affidavit ballots to be counted from the Nov. 5 election, but they ended up increasing Clavin’s lead from 1,392 votes to 1,650. Gillen’s win two years ago gave Democrats control of Hempstead, a Long Island town with a population of 775,000, for the first time in over a century.  

    Monday, Nov 25, 2019 · 4:43:04 PM +00:00 · Jeff Singer

    NY-27: GOP Assemblyman David DiPietro has announced that he will not run in the upcoming special election for this seat.

    Monday, Nov 25, 2019 · 5:49:54 PM +00:00 · David Nir

    CA-25: Former Trump campaign adviser George Papadopoulos, who filed paperwork with the FEC late last month, kicked off his campaign for California's vacant 25th Congressional District on Monday—on Fox and Friends, of course. Papadopoulos, the son of Greek immigrants, declared his fealty to Donald Trump's racist worldview in announcing he'd pursue "an American First agenda," despite the fact that the district he's seeking to represent has moved sharply away from the GOP in the Trump era.

    Aside from his questionable political instincts, Papadopoulous brings some serious baggage with him: He was sentenced to two weeks in prison last year after pleading guilty to lying to federal investigators about his contacts with the Russian government as part of special counsel Robert Mueller's probe. He also does not appear to live in the 25th District, as the address on his FEC forms lists a residence in the 28th District (which is represented by none other than Adam Schiff). In fact, in his Fox appearance, Papadopoulous, who hails from Illinois, said he'd only been living in California for a year and a half.

    He'll also be joining two other Republicans in the race who have much deeper ties to the area, former Rep. Steve Knight and Navy veteran Mike Garcia. Two Democrats are also running, Assemblywoman Christy Smith and political commentator Cenk Uygur. All candidates will run together on a single ballot on March 3 (the same day as California's Super Tuesday presidential primary); if no one wins a majority of the vote, a runoff will take place on May 12.

    Monday, Nov 25, 2019 · 6:20:46 PM +00:00 · Jeff Singer

    GA-07: Do you love to watch local TV in the wee hours of the morning but wish there were more 30-minute infomercials for Republican House candidates filling your screen? If you fit this very specific criteria and happen to live in the Atlanta area, then we have some incredible news for you. Businessman Mark Gonsalves, who we hadn’t previously mentioned, will be going up with a half-hour campaign ad on the local Fox, NBC, and CBS affiliates. If you don’t live in the Atlanta area but really want to watch this spot at 4:06 AM, you can find a link here.  

    Monday, Nov 25, 2019 · 6:37:30 PM +00:00 · Jeff Singer

    IA-Sen: Five local unions that represent a combined 12,000 Iowans have endorsed businesswoman Theresa Greenfield in the Democratic primary.

    Monday, Nov 25, 2019 · 8:02:43 PM +00:00 · Jeff Singer

    WA-Gov: Conservative activist Tim Eyman said last week that he didn’t currently have a party affiliation for his run for governor, and on Monday, he filed to run as an independent. Eyman is competing in the August top-two primary to take on Democratic Gov. Jay Inslee.

    Republicans are hoping to win this office for the first time since the 1980 election, and right now, one of their candidates has considerably more money available than any of his intra-party rivals. Developer Joshua Freed, who is a former mayor of the Seattle suburb of Bothell, raised $115,000 from donors from early September through the end of October and self-funded an additional $500,000, and he ended last month with $533,000 in the bank. Two other Republicans, state Sen. Phil Fortunato and Republic police chief Loren Culp, had $40,000 and $10,000 to spend, respectively.

    Inslee, who is seeking a third term, had $821,000 to spend at the end of October.

    Monday, Nov 25, 2019 · 8:11:37 PM +00:00 · Jeff Singer

    AR-Sen: On Monday, state Democratic Party chair Michael John Gray said that the party couldn’t find a “viable path” to get a new candidate on the ballot in the weeks since their only Senate contender, Josh Mahony, dropped out hours after the filing deadline. GOP Sen. Tom Cotton is currently running for re-election without a major-party opponent in what has become a very red state over the last decade.

    Monday, Nov 25, 2019 · 8:40:57 PM +00:00 · Jeff Singer

    IN-AG, IN-Gov: While former Evansville Mayor Jonathan Weinzapfel had been mentioned as a possible Democratic candidate for governor earlier this year, he recently told the Evansville Courier & Press that he was considering a 2020 bid for state attorney general instead.

    Weinzapfel has often been named as a potential aspirant for higher office, but if he decides to go for it this time, he won’t face any opponents in a primary. Rather unusually, both parties in Indiana select nominees for attorney general at June conventions, and state Sen. Karen Tallian is already competing for the Democratic nod.

    The picture for Republicans is also unsettled, though for far different reasons. That’s because the incumbent attorney general, Curtis Hill, is awaiting the outcome of disciplinary hearings that were held last month. In 2018, four women accused Hill of groping them at a party in March of that year, which prompted widespread calls from Hill’s fellow Republicans that he resign—calls he’s refused to heed.

    That could change when former state Supreme Court Justice Myra Selby, who presided over Hill’s recent hearing, issues a report to the Indiana Supreme Court that could include a recommendation for his punishment. The court will eventually decide if the incumbent should face sanctions, which could lead to the loss of his law license—and thereby his job.

    However, experts tell the Indianapolis Star they don’t think the court will disbar Hill, saying it’s much more likely that it will hand down some form of reprimand. It’s possible, though, that the court could issue a lengthy suspension that would force Hill to leave office since he’d be unable to perform his duties. It’s not clear when the Supreme Court will issue its ruling, though the paper says the process could take until the early spring.

    Hill, however, is undeterred—and so are his critics. Earlier this month, Hill said that he’ll seek a second term, while a spokesperson for Republican Gov. Eric Holcomb quickly put out a statement saying, “The governor and lieutenant governor have been clear and consistent from the beginning: Curtis Hill should not be Attorney General of the State of Indiana.” Hill already faces a challenge for the nomination from attorney John Westercamp at the GOP’s convention next year.

    Monday, Nov 25, 2019 · 8:49:18 PM +00:00 · Jeff Singer

    FL-03: GOP Rep. Ted Yoho still hasn’t said if he’ll run for a fifth term despite his 2012 promise to only serve eight years, but a new poll says he wouldn’t have any trouble in a primary if he did.

    The local firm Meer Research, which was assisted by the national GOP pollster Vox Populi, released a poll finding Yoho taking at least 71% of the vote in hypothetical matchups against 2018 opponent Judson Sapp, businesswoman Amy Pope Wells, and Clay County Commissioner Gavin Rollins. Meer tells us this survey was not done for a client.

    Both Pope Wells and Sapp, who lost to Yoho 76-24 last year, are running, while Rollins says he would only consider if Yoho retired. Florida’s filing deadline isn’t until April, so Yoho can keep everyone guessing for a while longer. This North Florida seat, which includes Gainesville and Ocala, backed Donald Trump 56-40.

    Monday, Nov 25, 2019 · 8:56:06 PM +00:00 · David Nir

    East Baton Rouge Parish, LA: An effort to form a new city in Baton Rouge's mostly white southeastern suburbs faces an uncertain future after opponents filed a lawsuit earlier this month challenging its creation. The move follows an October election where residents of the proposed city of St. George, which would be the fifth-largest in Louisiana, voted to establish their own municipality by a 54-46 margin.

    The suit, led by East Baton Rouge Parish Mayor-President Sharon Weston Broome, charges that St. George’s backers have failed to explain how the new city, which is currently unincorporated and receives services from the parish government, would provide necessary services like sanitation and policing on its own.

    It also argues that St. George's incorporation would have a "substantial adverse impact" on the city of Baton Rouge, as well as other unincorporated areas of East Baton Rouge Parish, by necessitating cuts to government operations. Though the initial filing doesn't delve into details, the St. George area is more affluent than Baton Rouge; if it became its own city, it would divert a sizable proportion of current sales tax revenues away from Baton Rouge's own operating budget.

    In addition, the suit says the proposed incorporation would violate the parish's governing charter, which specifies, "No additional city, town or village shall be incorporated in East Baton Rouge Parish" beyond the four in existence when the charter was last amended in 2007. Opponents say a parishwide election to again amend the charter would therefore be necessary, though St. George supporters claim the provision in question runs afoul existing state law.

    While the lawsuit's opening salvo covers a lot of ground, the issue at the heart of this incorporation drive goes unmentioned. St. George supporters have said their ultimate goal is to create their own school district, which opponents have slammed because it would effectively set up a segregated school system, since St. George's 86,000 residents are overwhelmingly white while Baton Rouge is more than half black. The suit does allude to this backdrop, though: It says that after an earlier effort to incorporate a larger version of St. George failed in 2015, organizers shrunk the city's proposed boundaries and, in so doing, reduced its "minority representation" from 23% to 12%.

    For now, the establishment of St. George is on hold: The law under which plaintiffs have brought their challenge specifies that the courts must first sign off before a new municipality can be incorporated. Opponents are also encouraging residents who don't want to become a part of St. George to ask Baton Rouge to annex their property, a step several hundred have already reportedly taken.

    Monday, Nov 25, 2019 · 9:01:22 PM +00:00 · Jeff Singer

    TX-17: Three more Republicans have joined the March primary to succeed retiring GOP Rep. Bill Flores over the last few days. On Friday, Elianor Vessali announced that she would resign her seat on the College Station City Council to run here. Vessali was only elected last year, but she’s currently the only candidate in the race who has held local office in this district.

    Another new GOP arrival is Todd Kent, who has worked for a number of universities. Kent has a doctorate from the local Texas A&M University, and he went on to serve as an assistant dean for their Qatar campus and recently finished a stint as head of the University of Utah’s Asia Campus. Real estate agent Kristen Alamo Rowin also kicked off her bid for the GOP nod in recent days.

    On the Democratic side, Marine veteran David Anthony Jaramillo also joined the contest. Jaramillo served in Iraq and later became attached to the White House Military Office. Jaramillo joins 2018 nominee Rick Kennedy, who lost to Flores 57-41.

    This seat, which includes College Station, Waco, and a slice of the Austin suburbs, supported Donald Trump by a wide 56-39 margin, but Republican Sen. Ted Cruz defeated Beto O'Rourke here last year by a narrower 54-45 spread. This district should remain in Republican hands, but it's possible the trends here could give Democrats an opening if they field a strong candidate.

    Monday, Nov 25, 2019 · 9:11:46 PM +00:00 · Jeff Singer

    TX-22: Republican Reddy Bangar, who is a former president of India Culture Center of Houston, filed candidacy paperwork with the state last week to run for this open seat. Bangar does not appear to have run for office before.

    Monday, Nov 25, 2019 · 9:27:54 PM +00:00 · Jeff Singer

    NY-21: GOP Rep. Elise Stefanik said Friday that she’d raised $500,000 in the two hours following her Fox News appearance the previous evening. Her announcement came days after Democrat Tedra Cobb said that her own campaign had raised $1 million during the previous weekend. Cobb also challenged Stefanik last year in this 54-40 Trump seat and lost by a similar 56-42 spread.

    Stefanik infuriated progressives and delighted Trump fans nationwide with her antics during an impeachment hearing earlier this month. Stefanik sought to violate House Intelligence Committee rules by asking questions during time reserved for the committee's chair, Democrat Adam Schiff, and its top-ranking Republican, Devin Nunes. She then hopped on Twitter to lie about why she'd been cut off, falsely claiming that Schiff "REFUSES to let duly elected Members of Congress ask questions to the witness, simply because we are Republicans."

    Monday, Nov 25, 2019 · 11:03:08 PM +00:00 · David Nir

    CA-22: Republican Rep. Devin Nunes unsurprisingly became the latest Trump sycophant to find himself dragged into the impeachment story when CNN reported on Friday that Lev Parnas, an associate of Rudy Giuliani's, is prepared to tell Congress that that Nunes met with an ousted Ukrainian prosecutor last year in order to dredge up dirt on Joe Biden.

    Parnas, along with another associate, Igor Fruman, had been sent to Ukraine late last year by Giuliani to unearth information that might damage Biden, a potential Trump opponent in next year’s elections. One of the people Parnas connected with was Ukraine's former top prosecutor, Viktor Shokin, who was dismissed by the country's parliament early in 2016 after an international pressure campaign to secure his ouster on the grounds that he'd thwarted efforts to fight corruption.

    According to his attorney, Parnas says he also set up a meeting between Shokin and Nunes in Vienna last year, shortly after Republicans lost the midterm elections. Parnas’ attorney now says that Shokin told his client that Nunes had specifically sought the same thing Parnas had been looking for: muck that could be used to smear Biden.

    Shokin has denied he met with Nunes, but in an appearance on Fox News on Sunday, Nunes refused to answer a direct question about whether such a meeting had taken place. Instead, he predictably called said CNN's reporting "fake news” and threatened to sue the network, as well as the Daily Beast, which published a related story.

    Nunes also bizarrely claimed he'd pursue some sort of criminal complaint, saying "it is not okay to work with someone who has been indicted on serious federal crime to build a media narrative and dirty up a member of Congress," and arguing that the very normal reporting these media outlets have engaged in amounts to "likely conspiring to obstruct justice." (It doesn't, but this is the sort of legal analysis we can expect from a guy suing a cow.)

    That bit about an indictment, by the way, is reference to the fact that Parnas was arrested last month (while attempting to leave the country with one-way plane ticket) on charges that he'd illegally sought "to funnel foreign money" to U.S. politicians in a bid to gain influence.

    But while Parnas may have a newfound desire to cooperate with investigators as a prison sentence looms, Nunes could still face serious trouble. As the Washington Post's Amber Phillips put it, "If these allegations are true, it would mean a powerful member of Congress who is deciding whether to impeach Trump over pressuring Ukraine attempted to help Trump by working to further his political goals in Ukraine." At the very least, he could face an ethics investigation by the House, which one senior Democrat, Washington Rep. Adam Smith, called "quite likely."


              

    Letter: Police arrest victims in Confederate counter-protest

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    To the Editor:

    We write to express concern for graduate students at UNC who were attacked on November 16 by Confederate monument supporters in Chatham County. According to previous news reports and eyewitness accounts, some of the aggressors belong to the League of the South, whose stated goal is to create a white ethno-state.

    In the events that transpired on Nov. 16, police arrested both the attackers and the victims. One of the attackers was released on a written promise to appear in court, while the court assigned a $10,000 bond to one of the UNC graduate students who was attacked. To be sure, violence is not an acceptable way to resolve conflict, but self-defense is not a crime. We are concerned that the police appear to have arrested victims of a crime while overlooking the perpetrators of criminal activity.

    As scholars, we observe historical and contemporary patterns, and this is a concern that echoes within and beyond our campus. We are concerned that under the guise of law and order, of preserving the Constitutional right to peaceful assembly and freedom of speech, the police are encouraging violence, specifically, by offering cover and protection to activists whose purpose in gathering is to provoke, inflame, and intimidate.

    Our concern for students' safety is also a concern for all of our state's residents. We are concerned for our democracy and the principle of equal protection under the law. There is a deep history of police compliance with those who would attack otherwise peaceful protesters.

    In Selma, Alabama, police attacked civil rights advocates during a peaceful march. In Greensboro, North Carolina, authorities demonized and red-baited labor organizers there, which emboldened Ku Klux Klan members to shoot and kill demonstrators during an organized protest. In Philadelphia, Mississippi, three voter registration volunteers were killed by a mob, while only one man served time for manslaughter. We fear that the events in Pittsboro and their courtroom ramifications will become part of a similar phenomenon.

    Citizens of whatever political opinion should expect law enforcement to hold themselves accountable to the standards of justice they are sworn to uphold.

    Signed,

    Cemil Aydin

    Dwayne Dixon

    Erik Gellman

    Juliane Hammer

    Sharon P. Holland

    Lisa Lindsay

    Malinda Maynor Lowery

    Kumi Silva

    Jay Smith

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    Sarah Shields

    Michelle King

    Sincerely,

    Malinda Maynor Lowery, PhD

    Professor of History

    Director, Center for the Study of the American South


              

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    At least, not in the Northeast:

    In the Northeast, heavy snow, mixed precipitation and strong winds are expected to develop in many areas beginning as early as Sunday. Freezing rain was already falling in parts of Pennsylvania on Sunday, making roads hazardous, and the stage is set for a burdensome Monday morning commute for many from New York to Portland, Maine.

    As of Sunday morning, the storm that will evolve into the first big storm of the 2019-2020 winter season in the Northeast was centered 700 miles west of New England, just east of Chicago.

    But its expansive precipitation shield was branching well off to the east, with heavy rains and downpours reaching as far south as Augusta, Ga. That slug of moisture — which has slowed traffic on Interstate 95 along much of the Eastern Seaboard — wrapped all the way up through Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Buffalo and even into Detroit, before curling north as snow in northern Wisconsin and Michigan.

    Snowfall totals of over 300 mm are possible in eastern New York state east of Interstate 81 by the time the long-duration storm ends. Pockets of up to 450 mm may punctuate some spots in the Catskills and Hudson Valley.

    For once, Chicago will miss the worst of it.


              

    A Decade of Care: Hanes Launches 10th National Sock Drive to Help the Homeless; Tops 3 Million Donated Pairs

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    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C., November 22, 2019 /3BL Media/ – Small gifts often have the most meaning.

    For the millions of people living homeless, a clean pair of socks is often described as “the gift of humanity.” Hanes, America’s No. 1 basic apparel, underwear and sock brand, is partnering with organizations fighting homelessness nationwide to deliver comfort to those who need it most through the Hanes National Sock Drive. The brand is marking 10 years of helping provide care and compassion during this year’s drive by:

    • Donating more than 250,000 pairs of socks directly to organizations fighting homelessness in all 50 states, along with Washington, D.C., and Puerto Rico. Since the program’s inception in 2009, Hanes has provided more than 3 million pairs of socks – one of the most requested items by relief agencies – to help the homeless.

    • Giving an additional pair of socks for every order of any apparel placed in December on Hanes.com. Socks will be provided to local homeless shelters.

    • Partnering with Rainier Fruit Company for its second “Pears for Pairs” campaign, which is currently running in United Supermarkets, Harris Teeter, Wegmans, and Lunds & Byerlys stores. From late September through January, Rainier is donating a portion of the proceeds from bulk and bagged pear sales to the Hanes National Sock Drive. In 2018, the Pears for Pairs campaign resulted in 20,000 pairs of socks being donated to five nonprofits.

    • Offering consumers the opportunity to participate directly in the program by visiting www.hanes.com/donate to gift socks ($1), women’s underwear ($1), men’s underwear ($1.50) and bras ($6) that will be distributed in needed styles and sizes.

    • Continuing its 10-year collaboration with Invisible People and its founder, Mark Horvath, to help raise awareness about homelessness. Invisible People uses innovative storytelling, educational resources and advocacy to help change how the public views homelessness and those living homeless in the United States and abroad.

    “Most of us take basic apparel for granted, but we know a new, clean pair of socks can mean a lot to those experiencing homelessness,” said Sidney Falken, chief branding officer, HanesBrands. “We are committed to bringing a little comfort to those who need it most – and it is incredibly gratifying to have others, including many individuals across the country, join us in this effort.”

    More than 100 agencies, including The Salvation Army Bell Shelter (Bell, California), Homeward Bound (Asheville, North Carolina) and Compassion Outreach Ministries (Columbus, Ohio), have received sock donations from Hanes.

    “Small things really do make a big difference to our clients,” said Steve Lytle, director of The Salvation Army Bell Shelter. “The smile on a client’s face when she received a clean pair of socks for the first time in months was priceless. There was joy in her eyes and it was clear that the socks were the most precious gift she could have received in that moment. Another client said his gift of clean socks was a sign that there are people who care and that his life did matter.”

    Homeward Bound distributes more than 2,000 pairs of socks a month to those living homeless.

    “Homelessness is a community problem and it will take everyone’s support to help end the epidemic,” said Ashley Campbell, the agency’s outreach specialist. “Right now, some of your neighbors are living outside, in tents and under bridges, vulnerable to inclement weather and violence, stripped of dignity and our collective respect.

    “There are so many ways to help,” Campbell continued. “Educate yourself about homelessness in your community, volunteer at your local agency fighting this issue or simply make a donation that would help a nonprofit save its limited resources.”

    Jeffrey Tabor, director of TWO Men’s Ministry House for Compassion Outreach Ministries of Ohio, added that there is no donation too small to be used for good to fulfill a basic human need.

    “Imagine the importance of just one pair of socks when you are focused on keeping your feet dry and warm during the cold winter months,” Tabor said. “That’s why we are so thankful for our partnership with Hanes, which has fulfilled an immediate, basic human need for so many people.”

    Lytle underscores, however, that sometimes it all boils down to human contact. “Acknowledge people who are experiencing homelessness with a smile or hello,” he said. “By engaging with a person who is experiencing homelessness we are saying ‘I see you and you matter.’”

    The Hanes National Sock Drive is part of Hanes for Good, the corporate responsibility program of Hanes’ parent company, HanesBrands (NYSE:HBI).

    Organizations distributing Hanes socks include:

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    City

    Organization

    Alabama

    Mobile

    Family Promise of Coastal Alabama

    Alaska

    Anchorage

    Brother Francis Shelter

    Arizona

    Phoenix

    Phoenix Rescue Mission

    Arkansas

    Fayetteville

    7Hills Center

    California

    Bell

    The Salvation Army Bell Shelter

    Hollywood

    Covenant House California

    Los Angeles

    East Los Angeles Women's Center - Hope & H.E.A.R.T Emergency Shelter

    Ktown for All

    Los Angeles Mission

    Street Symphony

    San Diego

    Father Joe's Village

    Santa Clara

    Bill Wilson Center

    Watsonville

    The Salvation Army

    Whittier

    Whittier Area Interfaith Council

    Colorado

    Denver

    Colorado Coalition for the Homeless

    Connecticut

    Ansonia

    Master's Table Community Meals

    Waterbury

    St. Vincent DePaul

    Delaware

    Dover

    The Salvation Army

    District of Columbia

    Washington, D.C.

    Covenant House Washington

    Miriam's Kitchen

    Florida

    DeLand

    God's Bathhouse

    Fort Lauderdale

    Covenant House Florida

    Jacksonville Beach

    Mission House

    Lakeland

    Talbot House Ministries

    Pensacola

    Alfred-Washburn Center

    Waterfront Rescue Mission

    Tampa

    The Salvation Army

    Georgia

    Atlanta

    Covenant House Georgia

    Crossroads Community Ministries

    Nicholas House

    Zaban Paradies Center

    Savannah

    Divine Rest Inc.

    Hawaii

    Hilo

    Hope Services Hawaii Inc.

    Idaho

    Boise

    Interfaith Sanctuary Shelter

    Illinois

    Chicago

    Covenant House Illinois

    Lawndale Christian Health Center

    The Night Ministry

    The Salvation Army

    Indiana

    Indianapolis

    Horizon House

    Wheeler Mission

    Iowa

    Council Bluffs

    MICHA House

    Iowa City

    Shelter House

    Kansas

    Topeka

    Topeka Rescue Mission

    Kentucky

    Louisville

    The Salvation Army

    Louisiana

    New Orleans

    UNITY of Greater New Orleans

    Maine

    Bangor

    Bangor Area Homeless Shelter

    Maryland

    Baltimore

    Agape House Inc.

    Baltimore Station

    Massachusetts

    Boston

    Pine Street Inn

    Michigan

    Detroit

    Covenant House Michigan

    Mount Clemens

    Turning Point

    Minnesota

    Minneapolis

    St. Stephen's Street Outreach

    Mississippi

    Vicksburg

    Warren County Children's Shelter

    Missouri

    St. Louis

    Students-in-Transition (St. Louis School Board)

    Montana

    Billings

    Montana Rescue Mission

    Nebraska

    Omaha

    Siena/Francis House

    Nevada

    Las Vegas

    Caridad Charity

    New Hampshire

    Concord

    Concord Coalition to End Homelessness

    Plymouth

    Bridge House Inc.

    New Jersey

    Freehold

    Destiny's Bridge

    Lawrenceville

    HomeFront

    Newark

    Covenant House New Jersey

    New Mexico

    Albuquerque

    Joy Junction

    New York

    New York

    Covenant House New York

    Midnight Run

    Syracuse

    Rescue Mission Alliance

    North Carolina

    Asheville

    Homeward Bound

    Charlotte

    Men's Shelter of Charlotte/Urban Ministry Center

    Thomasville

    Cooperative Community Ministry

    Winston-Salem

    Bethesda Center

    Samaritan Ministries

    The Salvation Army

    Winston-Salem Rescue Mission

    North Dakota

    Bismarck

    Ministry on the Margins

    Minot

    YWCA Minot

    Ohio

    Akron

    Community Support Services

    Cincinnati

    Shelterhouse

    Cleveland

    The City Mission Men's Crisis Center

    Columbus

    Compassion Outreach Ministries

    Oklahoma

    Oklahoma City

    City Rescue Mission

    Oregon

    Lebanon

    Family Assistance and Resource Center

    Portland

    Central City Concern

    Pennsylvania

    Natrona

    The Building Block of Natrona

    Philadelphia

    Bethesda Project

    Covenant House Pennsylvania

    Project HOME

    Pittsburgh

    Pittsburgh Mercy's Operation Safety Net

    Pottsville

    Schuylkill Women in Crisis

    Wilkes-Barre

    The Salvation Army

    Puerto Rico

    San Juan

    The Salvation Army

    Rhode Island

    Providence

    Crossroads Rhode Island

    South Carolina

    Columbia

    Transitions Homeless Center

    Sioux Falls

    Bishop Dudley Hospitality House

    Tennessee

    Kingsport

    Hunger First

    Memphis

    Urban Bike Food Ministry

    Nashville

    Open Table

    Texas

    Austin

    Mobile Loaves and Fishes

    Copperas Cove

    Operation Stand Down Central Texas

    Dallas

    The Stewpot Dallas

    Farmers Branch

    Just Because Inc.

    Houston

    Covenant House Texas

    Lord of the Streets

    Utah

    Salt Lake City

    The Road Home

    Vermont

    Burlington

    Committee On Temporary Shelter

    Virginia

    Charlottesville

    The Haven

    Richmond

    The Salvation Army

    Washington

    Seattle

    Seattle Homeless Outreach

    The Salvation Army

    West Virginia

    Charleston

    Union Mission

    Parkersburg

    The Salvation Army

    Wisconsin

    Milwaukee

    The Guest House of Milwaukee

    Waukesha

    Hope Center

    Wyoming

    Casper

    Wyoming Rescue Mission

     

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    HanesBrands

    HanesBrands is a socially responsible leading marketer of everyday basic innerwear and activewear apparel in the Americas, Europe, Australia and Asia-Pacific. The company markets T-shirts, bras, panties, shapewear, underwear, socks, hosiery, and activewear under some of the world’s strongest apparel brands, including Hanes, Champion, Bonds, Maidenform, DIM, Bali, Playtex, Bras N Things, Nur Die/Nur Der, Alternative, L’eggs, JMS/Just My Size, Lovable, Wonderbra, Berlei, and Gear for Sports. More information about the company and its award-winning corporate social responsibility initiatives may be found at www.Hanes.com/corporate. Visit our newsroom at https://newsroom.hanesbrands.com/. Connect with the company via social media: Twitter (@hanesbrands), Facebook (www.facebook.com/hanesbrandsinc), Instagram (@hanesbrands), and LinkedIn (@Hanesbrandsinc).

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    Carole Crosslin, HanesBrands                                                                                                   

    336-671-3704 (mobile)                                                                      

    carole.crosslin@hanes.com 

     

    Jamie Wallis, Hanes

    336-519-4758

    jamie.wallis@hanes.com


              

    Der vergessene deutsche Basketball-Star

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    In den vergangenen Jahren wirkte Tibor Pleiß im deutschen Basketball nur wie eine Randnotiz.

    Dabei hat der 30-Jährige beachtliche Erfolge gefeiert und sich, beinahe unbemerkt von der Öffentlichkeit, in der Türkei etabliert.

    Seit 2018 betritt er für den türkischen Rekordmeister Anadolu Efes das Parkett, und das äußerst erfolgreich. In der vergangenen Spielzeit sicherte sich Pleiß mit seinem Team die türkische Meisterschaft und den Presidential Cup – jeweils gegen Stadtrivale Fenerbahce.

    Fast wäre es sogar das historische Triple geworden, aber im Finale der EuroLeague musste sich Efes Russlands Rekordmeister ZSKA Moskau geschlagen geben. 

    Pleiß lobt FC Bayern

    Am Freitag rückt Pleiß womöglich auch hierzulande wieder etwas mehr im Fokus, wenn Efes in der EuroLeague den FC Bayern München empfängt (EuroLeague: Anadolu Efes – FC Bayern Basketball, Fr. ab 18.30 Uhr im LIVETICKER).

    Gegen die auswärtsschwachen Münchener, die bisher noch keine Partie auf fremdem Boden gewonnen haben, ist Efes klarer Favorit. Doch Pleiß, der im Vorjahr als erst zweiter Deutscher überhaupt nach Patrick Femerling (2003 Sieger mit Barcelona) das Finale erreichte, hat großen Respekt.

    "Bayern hat Real geschlagen! Und Mailand, Lyon und Olympiakos. Sowas war früher nicht denkbar. Noch nie hat sich eine deutsche Mannschaft in der EuroLeague so gut präsentiert wie in diesem Jahr", zeigte sich Pleiß im SPORT1-Interview beeindruckt (SERVICE: Die Tabelle der EuroLeague).

    "Bayern ist auf Tuchfühlung zu den Playoffs und hat ein echt starkes Team. Wir wollen unseren Heimvorteil ausnutzen, gewinnen aber nur, wenn wir 40 Minuten voll fokussiert sind. Das wird kein Spaziergang!"

    Seit acht Jahren im Ausland

    Der 105-malige deutsche Nationalspieler freut sich auf das Wiedersehen mit Alex King, Danilo Barthel, Maodo Lo und Paul Zipser: "Das sind alles gute Jungs, die ich schon ein paar Jahre kenne. Ich freue mich, sie wiederzusehen."

    Der Ex-Bamberger lobte zudem die Entwicklung der BBL, freut sich aber über seinen eigenen Weg, denn er spiele "seit acht Jahren im Ausland auf höchstem Niveau."

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    Vor Efes lief Pleiß in Europa zuletzt für Valencia und Galatasaray auf, deren Fans ihn trotz des Wechsels zum Stadtrivalen weiterhin "herzlich begrüßen", sodass sich Pleiß ihnen "verbunden" fühlt.

    Zudem spielte Pleiß nach seiner Zeit in Deutschland für den FC Barcelona und Laboral Kutxa, ehe er 2015 den Sprung in die NBA wagte.

    Pleiß über NBA: "Kaum Chancen, mich zu zeigen"

    "Mein Jahr in der NBA war sehr lehrreich. Leider hat es sportlich nicht ganz gepasst. Das hat an vielen kleinen Dingen gelegen, von denen ich einige beeinflussen konnte, andere aber weniger. Man braucht in dieser ganzen Menschenhandel-ähnlichen Struktur auch das nötige Glück. Ich habe aber kaum Chancen bekommen, mich zu zeigen", bilanzierte Pleiß.

    Gerade einmal zwölf Partien absolvierte Pleiß für die Utah Jazz, meist lief er in der G-League für Idaho Stampede auf, wo ihm sogar ein Double-Double im Schnitt gelang.

    Missen möchte er seine Zeit in den Vereinigten Staaten, die im August 2016 mit einem Trade zu den Philadelphia 76ers und der dortigen Entlassung endete, aber nicht: "Es hat mich auch ein wenig stärker gemacht."

    Ex-Bayern-Spieler Micic blüht auf

    In dieser Saison will sich Pleiß nun die europäische Krone aufsetzen. Mit acht Siegen aus den ersten zehn Spielen ist der erfolgreichste türkische Basketballverein hervorragend in die EuroLeague gestartet.

    Efes müsse sich "weder vor Fener, Real, CSKA Moskau, noch vor dem FC Barcelona verstecken", meinte Pleiß.

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    Der Titel ist dem Team um den früheren Bayern-Guard Vasilije Micic, der sich seit seiner Zeit in München stetig weiterentwickelt hat und 2019/20 durchschnittlich 16,9 Punkte und 6,7 Assists erzielt, allemal zuzutrauen.

    Auch Pleiß hat daran seinen Anteil. Wenngleich der Deutsche in der EuroLeague im Schnitt nur 13 Minuten aufläuft, präsentiert er sich in dieser Zeit mit 7,5 Zählern und 3,1 Rebounds stark.

    Pleiß glaubt an DBB-Comeback

    Falls der Center mit Istanbul weiter für Furore sorgt, könnte auch die Nationalmannschaft wieder ein Thema werden. Im DBB-Team hat Pleiß seit 2016 nicht mehr gespielt, nachdem ihn der damalige Bundestrainer Chris Fleming aus dem Kader gestrichen hatte.

    Unter dessen Nachfolger Henrik Rödl ist Pleiß aber wieder eine Option, auch wenn er den Sprung in den WM-Kader zuletzt nicht geschafft hatte.

    "Ich habe zu Henrik Rödl ein sehr gutes, offenes Verhältnis und es ist natürlich bitter, dass das DBB-Team bei der WM so gescheitert ist", meinte Pleiß.

    "Ich gebe wie immer im Verein Gas und hoffe, dass die FIBA und die EuroLeague ihre Differenzen ausräumen, damit die EuroLeague-Spieler wieder bei allen Länderspielfenstern dabei sein können. Und dann werden wir sehen was passiert. Ich bin gesprächsbereit, das weiß Rödl."


              

    Other: Truck Driver- OTR Company Driver (CDLA) (Olathe) - Olathe, Kansas

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    STARTING PAY: 49-53CPM*BASED ON EXPERIENCE AND HAZMAT* ***** DRIVERS AVERAGE 2500-3000+ MILES PER WEEK!***** *** We are an OTR company. We do NOT have local or dedicated routes available***If you live in the following areas, we can get you home most weekends. ARKANSAS: Memphis, Little Rock & Blytheville areasCONNECTICUT: I-91, I-84 & Rt. 15 areasGEORGIA: Atlanta and north (along I-75)ILLINOIS: Across I-70 & I-72 South, I-57 (Effingham)INDIANA: North of Indianapolis (Between I-70 & US RT. 24)KENTUCKY: Along I-75MARYLAND: I-70; Between Hagerstown & BaltimoreNEW JERSEY: Philadelphia area, South of TurnpikeOHIO: Along I-75, between I-70 and I-76/I-80 or in direct areaPENNSYLVANIA: Most of PA I-80, I-70 and I-76TENNESSEE: I-75, I-40 West of Nashville, US 79 SW of Clarksville, US 51 to MemphisTEXAS: Dallas/Fort Worth, Irving areasOKLAHOMA: Oklahoma City and Tulsa areas$1,500 Sign-on Bonus paid out over 90 days! STARTING PAY UP TO 53 CPM with annual pay increases! $1,225- $1,590+ Weekly Average + Benefits & Good Home Time Excellent benefits (medical, dental, vision, STD/LTD, critical illness and cancer insurance. Company paid $25,000 life insurance policy) 401(k) with contribution (participation after one year) Free rider program (Some restricitons apply) Paid orientation with private hotel room, company car and lunch provided Home MOST weekends or every other weekend based on driver's location 99% NO touch freight Average length of haul is 680 miles--ALWAYS a clean load! Drivers Average 2500-3000 miles per week with NO FORCED DISPATCH and NO NYC! Running lanes: East of I-35. From Maine to Miami, Laredo to Minneapolis & everything in between! 2016-2020 Freightliners and Volvos (all automatics) Assigned driver manager 24/7/365 dispatch Great Pay - Steady Work - Consistent Miles - Late Model Equipment (assigned trucks) 12 Months of recent tractor trailer driving experience (OTR) No more than 2 moving violations in the previous 3 years Not cited for a D.O.T. defined accident in the previous 5 years No serious offenses in the previous 5 years or pattern of unsafe practices Satisfactory safety and employment history Associated topics: chofer clase a comercial, company driver team, company driving needed, company otr, dry van otr trucking, regional driver, regional driving route, tanker truck driver, tanker truck driving, time at home ()
              

    76ers play the Jazz on 3-game win streak

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    Philadelphia looks to extend its three-game win streak with a victory against Utah
              

    Dolphins trick play baffles Eagles defense in huge win for Miami

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    The Miami Dolphins beat the Philadelphia Eagles 37-31 with a trick play that had Eagles defenders desperately trying to work out what was going on.
              

    Miami Dolphins bamboozle Philadelphia Eagles with punter-to-kicker trick play touchdown pass

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    The Miami Dolphins executed the best trick play of the NFL season against the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday.Facing fourth-and-goal from the one-yard line, the Dolphins trotted out their field goal unit only to shift out into a wild formation that left the Eagles defense confounded.After punter/holder Matt Haack took the snap, he drew the attention of the Eagles defense before shoveling a pass to kicker Jason Sanders to score an easy touchdown.Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stori
              

    Top takeaways from Sunday's Week 13 NFL action

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    Sunday’s Week 13 NFL slate opened with the Baltimore Ravens narrowly defeating the San Francisco 49ers in a potential Super Bowl preview in Baltimore. The day’s action did not get any less interesting from there. It included the Oakland Raiders, Carolina Panthers, Cleveland Browns and Philadelphia Eagles potentially playing themselves out of the playoffs. Meanwhile, the New England Patriots laid a complete egg in a 28-22 loss to the Houston Texans. These are among your top takeaways from an event-filled Sunday of action around the NFL. Super Bowl preview in Baltimore? It lived up to the hype. Both teams played physical, throwback football. It came down to the final seconds. In the end, the Baltimore Ravens defeated what was a 10-1 San Francisco 49ers team by the score of 20-17. It came on a game-winning 49-yard field goal from clutch Ravens kicker Justin Tucker. Despite seeing Lamar Jackson go for just 105 passing yards, Baltimore earned its eighth-consecutive victory, this one in the pouring rain. There’s n
              

    Urologist with Partnership Track General Urology and Robotics | University Urology Associates of New Jersey (UUANJ.COM)

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    Central New Jersey, New Jersey, M.D. or D.O. Bedroom Community to New York & Philadelphia & Jersey Shore 5 Urologist & 2 Midlevel Provider  well-regarded busy Urology practice in Central New Jersey. Currently reviewing applica
              

    LAYOFFS AND MERGERS AND CONSOLIDATIONS AND ACQUISITIONS …OH MY!

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    Originally posted on ToughLawyerLady:
    In recent months, businesses and institutions in the Philadelphia area have experienced a number of closures, mergers, consolidations and acquisitions which will be devastating to the greater geographic area, and have or will result in major layoffs of skilled employees and elimination of future jobs. Here are just a few examples:…
              

    Puronics Dealer Development Representative | Puronics Water Systems, Inc.

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    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Puronics, a national manufacturer of a full line of residential and commercial water treatment products, is searching for an Regional Dealer Development Representative to develop new distributors and
              

    Live #Blog: Miami Dolphins 34, Philadelphia Eagles 28 (4th Q)

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    Up-to-the-minute observations and analysis are offered by the coverage team at Hard Rock Stadium with the Dolphins still squarely in the mix for one of the top two picks in the draft, and the Eagles ...
              

    Industrial Water Junior/ Mid-level Engineer | Brown and Caldwell

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    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Desired Skills and Experience: Bachelor’s degree in Engineering (Civil, Environmental, Chemical, Mechanical, etc.) required; Master’s preferred Foundational knowledge of industrial water and was
              

    Other: Truck Driver- OTR Company Driver (CDLA) (Union) - Union, New York

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    STARTING PAY: 49-53CPM*BASED ON EXPERIENCE AND HAZMAT* ***** DRIVERS AVERAGE 2500-3000+ MILES PER WEEK!***** *** We are an OTR company. We do NOT have local or dedicated routes available***If you live in the following areas, we can get you home most weekends. ARKANSAS: Memphis, Little Rock & Blytheville areasCONNECTICUT: I-91, I-84 & Rt. 15 areasGEORGIA: Atlanta and north (along I-75)ILLINOIS: Across I-70 & I-72 South, I-57 (Effingham)INDIANA: North of Indianapolis (Between I-70 & US RT. 24)KENTUCKY: Along I-75MARYLAND: I-70; Between Hagerstown & BaltimoreNEW JERSEY: Philadelphia area, South of TurnpikeOHIO: Along I-75, between I-70 and I-76/I-80 or in direct areaPENNSYLVANIA: Most of PA I-80, I-70 and I-76TENNESSEE: I-75, I-40 West of Nashville, US 79 SW of Clarksville, US 51 to MemphisTEXAS: Dallas/Fort Worth, Irving areasOKLAHOMA: Oklahoma City and Tulsa areas$1,500 Sign-on Bonus paid out over 90 days! STARTING PAY UP TO 53 CPM with annual pay increases! $1,225- $1,590+ Weekly Average + Benefits & Good Home Time Excellent benefits (medical, dental, vision, STD/LTD, critical illness and cancer insurance. Company paid $25,000 life insurance policy) 401(k) with contribution (participation after one year) Free rider program (Some restricitons apply) Paid orientation with private hotel room, company car and lunch provided Home MOST weekends or every other weekend based on driver's location 99% NO touch freight Average length of haul is 680 miles--ALWAYS a clean load! Drivers Average 2500-3000 miles per week with NO FORCED DISPATCH and NO NYC! Running lanes: East of I-35. From Maine to Miami, Laredo to Minneapolis & everything in between! 2016-2020 Freightliners and Volvos (all automatics) Assigned driver manager 24/7/365 dispatch Great Pay - Steady Work - Consistent Miles - Late Model Equipment (assigned trucks) 12 Months of recent tractor trailer driving experience (OTR) No more than 2 moving violations in the previous 3 years Not cited for a D.O.T. defined accident in the previous 5 years No serious offenses in the previous 5 years or pattern of unsafe practices Satisfactory safety and employment history Associated topics: chofer clase a comercial, company driver team, company driving needed, company otr, dry van otr trucking, regional driver, regional driving route, tanker truck driver, tanker truck driving, time at home ()
              

    Former rear admiral, whose wife is loyal to Trump, to lead the Navy after Spencer stepped down

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    President Donald Trump’s latest nominee to lead the Navy has deep Philadelphia ties.

    The post Former rear admiral, whose wife is loyal to Trump, to lead the Navy after Spencer stepped down appeared first on Military News.


              

    Other: Truck Driver- OTR Company Driver (CDLA) (Brick) - Brick, New Jersey

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    STARTING PAY: 49-53CPM*BASED ON EXPERIENCE AND HAZMAT* ***** DRIVERS AVERAGE 2500-3000+ MILES PER WEEK!***** *** We are an OTR company. We do NOT have local or dedicated routes available***If you live in the following areas, we can get you home most weekends. ARKANSAS: Memphis, Little Rock & Blytheville areasCONNECTICUT: I-91, I-84 & Rt. 15 areasGEORGIA: Atlanta and north (along I-75)ILLINOIS: Across I-70 & I-72 South, I-57 (Effingham)INDIANA: North of Indianapolis (Between I-70 & US RT. 24)KENTUCKY: Along I-75MARYLAND: I-70; Between Hagerstown & BaltimoreNEW JERSEY: Philadelphia area, South of TurnpikeOHIO: Along I-75, between I-70 and I-76/I-80 or in direct areaPENNSYLVANIA: Most of PA I-80, I-70 and I-76TENNESSEE: I-75, I-40 West of Nashville, US 79 SW of Clarksville, US 51 to MemphisTEXAS: Dallas/Fort Worth, Irving areasOKLAHOMA: Oklahoma City and Tulsa areas$1,500 Sign-on Bonus paid out over 90 days! STARTING PAY UP TO 53 CPM with annual pay increases! $1,225- $1,590+ Weekly Average + Benefits & Good Home Time Excellent benefits (medical, dental, vision, STD/LTD, critical illness and cancer insurance. Company paid $25,000 life insurance policy) 401(k) with contribution (participation after one year) Free rider program (Some restricitons apply) Paid orientation with private hotel room, company car and lunch provided Home MOST weekends or every other weekend based on driver's location 99% NO touch freight Average length of haul is 680 miles--ALWAYS a clean load! Drivers Average 2500-3000 miles per week with NO FORCED DISPATCH and NO NYC! Running lanes: East of I-35. From Maine to Miami, Laredo to Minneapolis & everything in between! 2016-2020 Freightliners and Volvos (all automatics) Assigned driver manager 24/7/365 dispatch Great Pay - Steady Work - Consistent Miles - Late Model Equipment (assigned trucks) 12 Months of recent tractor trailer driving experience (OTR) No more than 2 moving violations in the previous 3 years Not cited for a D.O.T. defined accident in the previous 5 years No serious offenses in the previous 5 years or pattern of unsafe practices Satisfactory safety and employment history Associated topics: chofer clase a comercial, company driver team, company driving needed, company otr, dry van otr trucking, regional driver, regional driving route, tanker truck driver, tanker truck driving, time at home ()
              

    Kids’ Grades Can Endure When Mother Or Dad Is Depressed

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    Enlarge this imageMary McLain for NPRMary McLain for NPRWhen mom and dad suffer despair, there could be a ripple effect on children. https://www.texansglintshop.com/Lamar-Miller-Jersey Kids may well develop into nervous, even sad. There may be behavior challenges. Wellne s may undergo. Lately, a substantial Swedish research confirmed that grades might decrease, way too, whenever a mum or dad is frustrated. Making use of details from 1984 to 1994, scientists from Philadelphia's Dornsife School of Public Health and fitne s, at Drexel College, calculated college grades for more than 1.1 million small children in Sweden and in comparison them with their parents' psychological well being standing. The review was published inside of a February i sue of JAMA Psychiatry. At age sixteen, children of moms who had experienced despair scored about 4.five proportion points le sen inside their school grades than little ones of nondepre sed moms. Similarly, 16-year-olds with fathers who had experienced melancholy scored about 4 percentage points decrease. Although four or four.five points may not sound like a great deal, it "can mean quite a bit for your college student," suggests Drexel epidemiologist Felice Le-Scherban. It may be the difference between an A quality or even a B or between a D and also a C and tiny grade discrepancies can insert up, from time to time shaping a call about whether to remain at school or stop.The amount and quality of education and learning might make a big difference well over and above school many years, claims Le-Scherban. It https://www.texansglintshop.com/Joel-Heath-Jersey truly is certainly one of the "strongest predictors of health and fitne s and everyday living expectancy that we've got," she says. Experiments show that better-educated people are not as likely to smoke cigarettes, consume alcohol or be obese than people who do not complete high school or college or university. They tend to have a lower risk of heart ailment and diabetes. You will discover a variety of causes why frustrated parents may have a complicated time nurturing their children, states epidemiologist Myrna Wei sman, of Columbia University Healthcare Middle in Big apple. "Just believe regarding the indications of despair the emotions of hopele sne s, helple sne s, lack of electrical power, curiosity in things that sometimes provide you with enjoyment," she suggests. "And consider about owning those people indicators and making an attempt to take care of kids." The desires and calls for of kids could be mind-boggling even for mentally wholesome mother and father, a lot le s those people having difficulties to cope with despair. "A father or mother who's depre sed might not prepare an appointment using a teacher; might not have time to go; may well not pay attention to the kid; and will not find some solution to i sues to make sure that it lingers," says Wei sman. But, there is a silver lining: Despair is amazingly treatable. Wei sman has done many research, like one that focused on depre sed mothers. "We showed that at the end of 3 months, if mom got much better, the children acquired better," she says. The women who recovered from melancholy bought enthusiastic about their young children Max Scharping Jersey again and were more loving and capable to indicate it. Wei sman says she listened to from young children them selves that their mother "just enjoys me additional and listens to me." She and other people have found that psychotherapy or medication by yourself or a blend of the two can be succe sful remedies, she says. Sadly, scientific depre sion is prevalent, in addition to a substantial variety of grownups is often predicted to go through a serious episode at some time of their lives. But even if you've inherited a propensity to despair, Wei sman claims, it is po sible to get identified and dealt with the moment probable, to great effect.
              

    Comment on Nebraska politics – November 2019 by It verges on insane what wingers are now willing to lie about

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    They lie about the craziest things - things that take zero effort to disprove. Things like this tweet, from the little Nazi Prince - <blockquote> Charlie Kirk @charliekirk11 · 20h Incredible: President Trump made an unannounced trip to Afghanistan to visit our troops No press No photo ops Just there to support our brave men and women in uniform I’m thankful for our troops today and I’m thankful for a president who is too</blockquote> No Press?! No Photo Ops?! REALLY - Charlie!! Is that why Trumps arrival to airstrip, his exiting the plane, his entering the SUV, his then exiting the SUV, his walking into the Air Base, his greeting at the Air Base, his extended period of posing with the troops while 870,000 camera flashes lit up the room, his shaking hands with the troops, his chatting with the troops (constant camera flashes) his waving goodbye to the troops, his entering the SUV and departing back to the plane for his return trio home - IS ALL CAPTURED ON FILM - FROM NUMEROUS CAMERAS/ANGLES - EACH AND EVERY ANGLE RUNNING ON A LOOP - 24/7 on Fox and other networks!!! Is <i>THAT</i> your idea of "No Press", "No Photo Ops" ??!! You see, in winger world, this was a noble gesture by the president - just a quiet, under the radar visit - no cameras, no photo ops, no political pandering - simply Donald Trump, spending some quiet time sharing a meal with the troops. This brazen lying should come as no surprise. After all, this is the Administration and the president who had previously addressed a group of veterans thusly - July 24, 2018, Philadelphia Enquirer - <b>Trump to veterans: Don’t believe what you’re reading or seeing</b> <blockquote>At a Veterans of Foreign Wars Convention in Kansas City, Mo., on Tuesday, President Trump told veterans and guests that they shouldn't believe what they're reading about his administration or seeing on the news. "Just remember, what you are seeing and what you are reading is not what's happening," Trump said.</blockquote> Winger World has devolved into a wholly fictitious alternate reality where black is white, hot is cold and lies are truth. A world where Donald Trump is somehow the second coming of George Washington and Abe Lincoln, all rolled into one - not the gangland criminal, pu##y grabbing, draft dodging, money laundering, tax dodging, ally extorting, Putin puppet and soon to be impeached, irrefutably worst president in modern, if not all, history.
              

    Adidas Superstar White (no replies)

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    How do Adidas Superstar White you feel about the Adidas Roundhouse Mid? Here is a first look at Derek Rose's new shoe from Adidas.The Adidas TS Heat Check was made with heat sensitive material that will make the 3 stripes appear on the side panel when playing in the shoe& Hope they have special pairs made specifically for bench warmers that don't see much playing time. Mesh is found on the entire upper along with large perforation holes to allow all this heat to escape. adiPRENE is also use on the outsole for cushioning.

    These are already available from select online and in-store adidas retailers across the states.The adidas Originals line has been pretty busy so far in 2010 churning out both lifestyle and training shoes from this expanding shoe line. In April Adidas Superstar Sale we saw the adidas Originals ZX8000 Coral garner some attention for both the shoe s performance ability and attention-grabbing colorway. But the adidas brand also has a couple of new tricks up its sleeves. Pictured here is the adidas Zatyrn, a new Adidas Superstar Gold training/running shoe that will hit select retailers including FootLocker locations and online stores this coming August of 2010.

    And for your viewing pleasure, we now show you one of the colorways this sneaker will release in- metallic silver/air force blue-acid buzz. Check out the pictures and let us know what your initial reactions are.In March, the adidas Originals line dropped a collection of Gazelle Hemps as part of its lifestyle collection. This time around, we have a piece from the brand s Games Pack to show Adidas Superstar Black And White you. The adidas Originals Games Pack draws inspiration from different sports games, and pictured here is the Trimm Trab sneaker model working off of inspiration from table-top soccer or foosball. With a predominantly green upper, there are also white accents throughout and orange lining.

    A while back the adidas team designed the Eddie Merckx signature sneaker for the Belgian cyclist. Now, Brooklyn Machine Works has teamed up with the adidas crew for the release of another Eddie Merckx colorway- this time around in metallic silver with red and blue accents throughout. A May 15th release date is scheduled from the No74 store in Berlin. Moreover, although this isn t the only adidas retailer that will be releasing these, you ll have to check with your local adidas carrier to see if anywhere in the states will be equipped with this drop at some point.Via HypeBeast.

    While Farmar might not be performing as well as he can, his shoes Adidas Superstar Black And Gold most definitely do not look like the problem. With certain touches of patent leather across the shoe laces strap, a zipper for added stability, and plenty of bounce, this set of adidas TS Supernatural Creator Jordan Farmar PEs includes two of the better sneaker PEs we ve seen all year- what do you think?Last December we saw the adidas brand pay homage to certain NBA franchises with the use of its Phantom II silhouette- including the Chicago Bulls and Philadelphia 76ers. This spring, adidas brings back the 1990 s original Phantom in a mid-top cut with some material upgrades.
              

    The 2019 NFL offseason has begun (no replies)

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    for the Philadelphia Eagles Jerome Brown Jerseys 2019 , which means Howie Roseman and Doug Pederson will spend the next couple of weeks evaluating the 2018 roster. It’s time to start figuring out what this team needs to do to get back to the Super Bowl. Today we’ll continue this roster outlook series by looking at the wide receiver position.THE PLAYERSNELSON AGHOLORRegular season stats: 982 snaps, 97 targets, 64 receptions, 736 yards (11.5 average), 4 TD, 3 rushes for 32 rushing yards, 1 passing attempt for 15 passing yards, 1 fumblePlayoff stats: 9 targets, 4 receptions Black Reggie White Jerseys , 38 yards (9.5 average), 1 rush for 12 rushing yardsReview: Agholor really stood out to me during the offseason. He simply looked faster than I ever remember, routinely burning corners deep during practice. I was thinking he was really going to build off his turnaround 2017 season. That never really happened, though, as he finished the 2018 season with volume numbers similar to last year. He was worse in efficiency, however, with four fewer touchdowns and a decrease in yards per reception.Outlook: It’ll be really interesting to see how the Eagles handle Agholor this offseason. The 2015 first-round pick is currently under contract at a $9.4 million cap figure for 2019. None of that money is currently guaranteed, though, since it’s a fifth-year team option. I really can’t see the Eagles being fine with keeping Agholor at that number. I would guess they’ll try to sign him to a team-friendly contract extension Reggie White Jerseys 2019 , citing Agholor’s massive struggles over his first two years as why the team can’t pay market price for him. If the Eagles and Agholor can’t agree to an extension, they might just have to move on. That would stink for the Eagles because he wouldn’t factor in to their compensatory pick formula when he signs elsewhere. Again, this is a tricky spot for the Eagles. It would be nice to not have to add slot receiver to the list of Philly’s needs this offseason but they shouldn’t overpay to keep Agholor around. PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Ezekiel Elliott took one giant leap that may have saved Dallas’ season.But it was Elliott’s go-ahead 1-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter that helped the Cowboys finally hurdle the Super Bowl champs.The Cowboys showed a second-half spark — and cooled the hot seat for coach Jason Garrett a few degrees — in a 27-20 win over the Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday night.Cowboys owner Jerry Jones burst into the locker room and channeled his inner Ric Flair with a “Wooo!” that perked up the winners. Jones hit the locker room like a politician stumping for votes, shaking hands with anyone within reach.“Now that was a win, I’ll tell you right now,” he said to a small circle of Cowboys.The Cowboys are just 4-5 but the victory steadied a franchise that saw Garrett again under fire and Hall of Fame quarterback Troy Aikman call for major organizational changes for a franchise far removed from the Super Bowl heyday.Elliott and Dak Prescott quieted the doubters after a dazzling Sunday that put the champion Eagles’ season on the rocks.“You can imagine the way Jason Garrett, his resolve before the game,” Jones said. “I asked him before the game, ‘You feeling any pressure?’ (Garrett replied) ‘It just makes me want to go out and do more to turn this thing.'”Elliott made highlight reels and kept the Dallas’ NFC East title hopes alive when he extended a play in the first half. The Cowboys tried a fake punt on fourth-and-2 from their 31 and Jeff Heath took a direct snap and ran three yards. A few plays later Black Mike Quick Jerseys , Elliott hurdled Tre Sullivan on a 32-yard run to the Eagles 8. Michael Bennett sacked Prescott on third down and Brett Maher kicked a 31-yard field goal for a 6-0 lead.Was it Elliott’s best bound over a defender?“I’ll leave that up to you guys to decide,” Elliott said.Jones was positive it was Elliott’s finest.“We’ve seen him make that move before,” Jones said. “But I don’t know when I’ve ever seen him totally clear it.”While the Super Bowl champions are reeling, the Cowboys didn’t exactly look a serious threat to the NFC East crown. Prescott had 270 yards passing, tossed for one touchdown and also ran for a score. Elliott also had a TD reception , against an Eagles secondary depleted by injury.The Cowboys will need a win at Atlanta (4-5) next week and then a win Nov. 22 against division-leading Washington to really establish themselves as a playoff contender. It’s a leap of faith larger than anything attempted by Elliott that the Cowboys can wrest their way into the NFC playoff picture.But for a night, it was enough.“We had no choice but to win,” said Elliott, who cupped his hand to his ear as he walked off the field to boos.Garrett Mike Quick Jerseys 2019 , who has yet to lead Dallas to even an NFC title game, knew the magnitude of the rivalry game.“We were in a challenging situation,” he said. “We had to come up here and win a football game.”Both teams felt the pressure even before former President George W. Bush performed the coin toss . The Cowboys and Eagles got into a small pregame scuffle that ended on the sideline before players were ushered back into the tunnel.Dallas took a 10-3 lead into the half before Elliott and Prescott got rolling. Elliott ran in from the 1 to give Dallas a 27-20 lead after Prescott completed passes of 24 yards to Amari Cooper and 23 yards to Allen Hurns on the drive.It was the kind of drive that might have impressed Aikman. Aikman, who won three Super Bowls with the Cowboys, said this week “there has to be a complete overhaul of the entire organization .”The Cowboys just shrugged it off as just another controversy that didn’t concern them.“We’re Dallas Cowboys. You guys love to talk about us, you guys love to make stories,” Elliott said. “We’re used to ignoring all the extra stuff and focusing on us.”Eagles fans were spotted transporting a Cowboys coffin into Lincoln Financial Field , perhaps as a symbol of some sort of burial of Dallas’ season.Don’t hold those last playoff rites for the Cowboys just yet.“When you’re feeling low and you see the Grim Reaper,” Jones said Black Chuck Bednarik Jerseys , “and then you come in and have your team perform the way these guys did, I promise you, it is a special feeling.”
              

    series with an undisclosed injury.UP NEXTRedskins: Host the New York Giants (4-8) on Sunday.Eagles: Visit the Dallas Cowboys (7-5) on Sunday. It’s been a bad y (no replies)

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    Carson Wentz was at his best back on the move again.Wentz tossed two touchdown passes Authentic Joejuan Williams Jersey , Darren Sproles ran for a score and the Philadelphia Eagles stayed in the hunt for the NFC East title with a 28-13 victory over the depleted Washington Redskins on Monday night.The Eagles (6-6) won consecutive games for the first time since Nick Foles led them to a Super Bowl victory over the Patriots.The Redskins (6-6) lost backup quarterback Colt McCoy to a serious right leg injury in his second game replacing Alex Smith, who broke his right tibia and fibula on Nov. 18. Mark Sanchez took his place.Redskins coach Jay Gruden said after the game that, from what he understands, McCoy fractured his fibula and will miss the rest of the season.Adrian Peterson ran 90 yards for a touchdown on Sanchez's first play under center, giving the Redskins a 10-7 lead. It was the longest run Philadelphia has allowed in franchise history but Washington's lead didn't last long.Wentz, who hasn't scrambled much since returning in Week 3 from surgery to repair two knee ligaments, didn't run for any yards. But he ran around and made big plays when he improvised and on designed rollouts."Anytime he can extend plays with his legs, he's such a great athlete, that's an advantage to the offense," coach Doug Pederson said. "Being able to do that allows us to stay on the field. He's gifted in doing that. It comes natural to him."Sproles put Philadelphia up 14-10 on a 14-yard TD run in the second quarter. Wentz tossed a 4-yard TD pass to Jordan Matthews and connected with Golden Tate on a 2-point conversion to extend the lead to 22-13 early in the fourth quarter.The Eagles twice failed to score inside the red zone and still managed their second-highest point total this season.They had a first down at the Redskins 2 in the second quarter Joejuan Williams Jersey Boys , but Josh Adams was stopped for a loss on fourth down from the 1.They had a first down at the Redskins 5 in the third quarter, but Wentz threw an interception right to Josh Norman.Wentz finished 27 of 39 for 306 yards. He came out firing and led the Eagles to a score on their opening drive for only the third time season.First, he scrambled out of the pocket, motioned Tate to go deep and lofted a 19-yard pass down the left sideline on a first-and-15. Wentz finished the drive by firing a 6-yard TD pass on the run to Tate."Play-action, bootlegs, nakeds, getting me on the edge, gives me a chance to make plays and we used that effectively," Wentz said.Dustin Hopkins kicked field goals of 47 and 44 yards for Washington."We have to get a plan ready for Mark moving forward," Gruden said. "We've got to play great football around him Youth Irving Fryar Jerseys , which we didn't do tonight."SANCHIZE TIMESanchez, a former first-round pick who led the New York Jets to consecutive AFC championship games in his first two seasons, is now a starter for the first time since he played for the Eagles in 2015."I'm grateful for the opportunity. I was praying for the opportunity," he said, adding his "heart definitely breaks for" McCoy and Smith.WELCOME BACKSproles scored his first TD since Dec. 22, 2016. Sproles only played three games last season before he tore a knee ligament and broke his forearm on the same play. He was sidelined since Week 1 this year because of a hamstring injury."I'm really happy for him," center Jason Kelce said. "I don't usually know who is back there but when I saw it was him and he got in the end zone, I had a big sense of joy. He's a phenomenal guy."RECORD SETTERZach Ertz broke Brian Westbrook's franchise record for receptions in a season. Ertz has 93 catches and is closing in on Jason Witten's single-season record (110) for tight ends. Westbrook had 90 catches in 2007."That's awesome, but I'm sure he's just happy we won," Wentz said.INJURIESRedskins: LG Jonathan Cooper (arm) Irving Fryar Jerseys Stitched , RB Tony Bergstrom (ankle), CB Fabian Moreau (knee) and LB Ryan Anderson (hamstring) left the game.Eagles: DT Tim Jernigan (back spasms) left in the first quarter and LT Jason Peters came out on the final series with an undisclosed injury.UP NEXTRedskins: Host the New York Giants (4-8) on Sunday.Eagles: Visit the Dallas Cowboys (7-5) on Sunday. It’s been a bad year for the Falcons. The best thing that happened to the 1-6 franchise arrived earlier today, when Atlanta finagled a second-round pick for receiver Mohamed Sanu.With Julio Jones and Calvin Ridley the top two options in the passing game both now and in the future, Sanu became expendable. To unload him for a second-round pick (even a very low one, which it surely will be) is a coup for the organization.It’s unclear whether other teams were chasing Sanu. He signed with the Falcons when Kyle Shanahan served as offensive coordinator, and it’s long been believed that the third-year 49ers coach would like to get Sanu to San Francisco. Regardless, the Falcons got a second-round pick, dumped the balanace of Sanu’s $6 million salary, and avoided his $6.5 million pay for 2020, the last year of his deal.Sanu’s highest output from a yardage standpoint came in 2018 Infant Yodny Cajuste Jersey , with 838. He was on pace for 715 in 2019. In his last game with the Falcons, Sanu caught one pass for three yards.With one week to go until the trade window closes, Sanu may be far from the last player to get a one-way ticket out of Atlanta. Given the Falcons’ current struggles, plenty of others may be hoping that they end up with a contending team, too.
              

    Twenty things we learned in the Miami Dolphins' 37-31 win over the Philadelphia Eagles

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    Philadelphia Eagles 21, Miami Dolphins 14: J.J. Arcega-Whiteside’s first career touchdown lifts Birds to halftime lead

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    The Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver group has been maligned in recent weeks for a lack of production, but two members of that unit came up with big plays late in the first half against the Miami ...
              

    Miami Dolphins use trick plays to stun the Philadelphia Eagles: Recap, score, stats and more

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    DeVante Parker made two acrobatic touchdown receptions and kicker Jason Sanders also had a circus-like scoring catch to help the Miami Dolphins rally past the slumping Philadelphia Eagles 37-31 Sunday ...
              

    Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick overcomes poor start to beat Philadelphia Eagles

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    MIAMI GARDENS — Ryan Fitzpatrick’s first pass Sunday couldn’t have been any worse, but it was how he responded that ultimately led to an improbable Dolphins win. The veteran quarterback threw an ...
              

    Bask brings their Appalachian charm and melody to Philly

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    Bask was checking into Kung Fu Necktie in Philadelphia’s Fishtown section this past November 25, 2019 and Metal Insider was there to… well… bask in this band’s goodness! The band featured songs off of their most recent III record, which is out now on Season of Mist records. If you haven’t listened to this record […]
              

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    Mummers Parade

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    Wednesday, January 1, 2020 - 9:00am
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    This annual tradition is a great way to start off the new year, Philly-style. Beginning at Philadelphia's City Hall at approximately 9 AM, spectators can enjoy the Mummers as they march south along Broad Street to Washington Avenue.

    Bundle up and grab a spot along the parade route at one of the three performance zones to enjoy all the excitement.

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    Other: Lead Driver / Mover - $18 - $22/hr! (Portland) - Camas, Oregon

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    Description is an on-demand, physical storage and moving, technology company that is disrupting the $50B/year self-storage and moving industries. We are hiring Part-time Lead Drivers / Movers with positive attitudes and great work ethic that love to stay active!Pay - $18 - $22 per hour paid weekly ($18 base pay + $4 in expected tips) and DOT certification paid for by Clutter. Hours - Must be flexible to start between 6 am - 8 am.Days - Must be available throughout the week (Mon. - Sun.). Days are assigned on a weekly basis depending on business needs.Job Site - Start and end shifts at our Portland depot.Responsibilities Move, pack and load customers items onsite at their place of residence Act as the face of Clutter by delivering 5-star customer service Lead and drive team of helpers to complete 1-3 moving / storage jobs per day Scan and categorize customer items using our self-built mobile iPhone app Maintain responsibility for quality of work done on each jobRequirements Standard driver's license At least 21 years of age with high school diploma, GED or equivalent (any college experience is a plus!) Ability to pass a drug screen and physical exam required Weekend availability required Ability to lift up to 50 lbs and energy to move and pack throughout the day Basic understanding of iPhone technology Experience with at least one of the following preferred: moving, warehouse, manufacturing, inventory management, stocking, customer service, helper or general laborAbout Clutter picks up, stores and brings back your physical belongings at the click of a button. We are creating an innovative, on-demand physical storage platform; think Uber meets Public Storage. We ve raised $300m from top investors including Google, SoftBank, and Sequoia Capital.We are headquartered in Los Angeles with operations in San Francisco, New York, New Jersey, Philadelphia, Seattle, Chicago, Los Angeles, Orange County and San Diego. ()
              

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    Description is an on-demand, physical storage and moving, technology company that is disrupting the $50B/year self-storage and moving industries. We are hiring Part-time Lead Drivers / Movers with positive attitudes and great work ethic that love to stay active!Pay - $18 - $22 per hour paid weekly ($18 base pay + $4 in expected tips) and DOT certification paid for by Clutter. Hours - Must be flexible to start between 6 am - 8 am.Days - Must be available throughout the week (Mon. - Sun.). Days are assigned on a weekly basis depending on business needs.Job Site - Start and end shifts at our Portland depot.Responsibilities Move, pack and load customers items onsite at their place of residence Act as the face of Clutter by delivering 5-star customer service Lead and drive team of helpers to complete 1-3 moving / storage jobs per day Scan and categorize customer items using our self-built mobile iPhone app Maintain responsibility for quality of work done on each jobRequirements Standard driver's license At least 21 years of age with high school diploma, GED or equivalent (any college experience is a plus!) Ability to pass a drug screen and physical exam required Weekend availability required Ability to lift up to 50 lbs and energy to move and pack throughout the day Basic understanding of iPhone technology Experience with at least one of the following preferred: moving, warehouse, manufacturing, inventory management, stocking, customer service, helper or general laborAbout Clutter picks up, stores and brings back your physical belongings at the click of a button. We are creating an innovative, on-demand physical storage platform; think Uber meets Public Storage. We ve raised $300m from top investors including Google, SoftBank, and Sequoia Capital.We are headquartered in Los Angeles with operations in San Francisco, New York, New Jersey, Philadelphia, Seattle, Chicago, Los Angeles, Orange County and San Diego. ()
              

    Rams’ losses to the Bears and the Philadelphia Eagle

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    How this mom turned near-tragedy into a win for Philly’s most vulnerable kids

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    Five years ago, Philadelphia police found a girl nearly naked in a snowy, abandoned lot. That dark day led to a brighter future for special needs kids.


              

    Here’s Why the Rejection Rate for Asylum Seekers Has Exploded in America’s Largest Immigration Court in NYC

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    Here’s Why the Rejection Rate for Asylum Seekers Has Exploded in America’s Largest Immigration Court in NYCShutterstockThe rate of asylum petitions denied in New York City’s busy immigration court has shot up about 17 times times faster than in the rest of the country during the Trump administration’s crackdown—and still Ana was there, a round-faced Honduran woman with a black scarf wrapped turban-like over her hair, a look of fright crossing her dark eyes as the judge asked if she faced danger in her home country.Her eyes darted over to her helper, a Manhattan lighting designer with New Sanctuary Coalition volunteers to offer moral support—she couldn’t find a lawyer to take her case for free. Then Ana turned back to the judge, or rather, to the video screen that beamed him in from Virginia, and whispered to the court interpreter in Spanish: “My spouse and my son were killed.” Tears welled in her eyes as she said a notorious transnational gang had carried out the slaying. “Yes we were receiving threats from them,” she added. And that was why, months before her husband and son were slain, she and her 5-year-old daughter had come “through the river,” entering the United States near Piedras Negras, Mexico. After ruling that she was deportable, the judge gave Ana—The Daily Beast is withholding her real name because of the danger she faces in Honduras—three months to submit a claim for asylum, a possible defense against her removal. “You should start working on that,” the judge told her. As she left the courtroom, Ana hugged the volunteer who’d accompanied her, Joan Racho-Jansen.Imprisoned Immigrants Facing Deportation Fend for Themselves In CourtNew York’s immigration court has long been the asylum capital; it has made two out of every five of the nation’s grants since 2001, while handling a quarter of the caseload. With approval of 55 percent of the petitions in the fiscal year ended Sept. 30, it still grants a greater percentage of asylum requests than any other courts except San Francisco and Guam.But New York’s golden door is slamming shut for far more asylum seekers than in the past, especially for women like Ana. The asylum denial rate in the New York City immigration court rose from 15 percent in fiscal year 2016, the last full year of the Obama administration, to 44 percent in fiscal year 2019, which ended Sept. 30.  The rest of the country, excluding New York, has been relatively stable, with denials going from 69 percent to 74 percent. That is, the rate of denials in the rest of the country increased by one-ninth, but in New York they almost trebled.  There are other courts where the rate of denials has shot up sharply over the same period: Newark, New Jersey (168 percent); Boston (147 percent); Philadelphia (118 percent). But because of the volume of its caseload, what’s happening in New York is driving the national trend against asylum. For now, in sheer numbers, New York judges still granted more asylum requests over the last year than those in San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Arlington, Virginia, the next three largest courts, combined. An analysis of federal data compiled by the Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse at Syracuse University and interviews with former immigration judges, lawyers, immigrant advocates and experts finds multiple reasons for the sharp shift in the nation’s largest immigration court as compared to the rest of the country:—Many more migrants are coming to the New York court from Mexico and the “Northern Triangle” of El Salvador, Honduras, and Guatemala, and the judges have been far more likely to deny them asylum than in the past: from two out of five cases in the 2016 fiscal year to four out of five cases in the 2019 fiscal year.  —Many veteran New York judges retired, and most of the replacements have a prosecutorial, military, or immigration enforcement background. In the past, appointments were more mixed between former prosecutors and immigrant defenders. Immigration judges are appointed by the U.S. attorney general and work for the Justice Department, not the federal court system.  —All the judges are under heavier pressure from their Justice Department superiors to process cases more quickly, which gives asylum applicants little time to gather witnesses and supporting documents such as police reports. New judges, who are on two years of probation, are under particular pressure because numerical “benchmarks” for completing cases are a critical factor in employee evaluations. “You have a huge number of new hires in New York,” said Jeffrey Chase, a former New York immigration judge. “The new hires are mostly being chosen because they were former prosecutors. They’re normally of the background that this administration thinks will be statistically more likely to deny cases.”Judge Jeffrey L. Menkin, who presided in Ana’s case via video hookup, began hearing cases in March. He is based in Falls Church, Virginia, the home of the Executive Office of Immigration Review, the Justice Department agency that runs the immigration courts. He’d been a Justice Department lawyer since 1991, including the previous 12 years as senior counsel for national security for the Office of Immigration Litigation.Menkin can see only a portion of his New York courtroom on his video feed and as a result, he didn’t realize a Daily Beast reporter was present to watch him conduct an asylum hearing for a Guatemalan woman—we’ll call her Gloria—and her three young children, who were not present. Immigration and Customs Enforcement took Gloria into custody at the Mexican border in March. Released on bond, she made her way to New York and had an initial immigration court hearing on June 26, one of many cases on a crowded master calendar. She was scheduled for an individual hearing four months later. At the hearing scheduled three months later on the merits of her case, she decided to present an asylum defense to deportation. Her lawyer asked for a continuance—that is, a new hearing date—while his client waited to receive documentation she’d already requested from Guatemala. The papers were on the way, Gloria said.Judges in such cases—those that the Department of Homeland Security designates as “family unit”—have been directed to complete them within a year, which is about 15 months faster than the average case resolved for the year ending Sept. 30. Down the hall, other types of cases were being scheduled for 2023. Menkin called the lawyer’s unexpected request for a continuance “nonsense” and “malarkey” and asked: “Are you and your client taking this case seriously?” The judge then asked if Gloria was requesting a case-closing “voluntary departure,” a return to her homeland that would leave open the option she could apply again to enter the United States.‘Lawlessness’ in Immigration Jails for 250,000 Detainees Finally Allowed to Remain in AmericaBut Gloria had no intention of going back to Guatemala voluntarily.  So Menkin looked to the government’s lawyer: “DHS, do you want to jump into this cesspool?” The government lawyer objected to granting what would have been the first continuance in Gloria’s case.And so Menkin refused to re-schedule, telling Gloria and her lawyer that they had to go ahead right then if they wanted to present an asylum defense. Gloria began testifying about threats and beatings that stretched back a decade, beginning after a failed romance with a man who was influential in local politics. Details are being withheld to protect her identity. She finally fled, she said, when extortionists threatened to hurt her children if she didn’t make monthly payoffs that were beyond her means. When she observed that she and her children were being followed, she decided to leave. After she said she had gone to police three times, Menkin took over the questioning. “Are you familiar with the contents of your own asylum application?” he asked, pointedly.“No,” Gloria responded.Menkin said her asylum application stated she had gone to police once, rather than three times, as she’d just testified. Gloria explained that she had called in the information for the application to an assistant in her lawyer’s office, and didn’t know why it was taken down wrong. When her lawyer tried to explain, Menkin stopped him, raising his voice: “I did not ask you anything.”Later, Menkin came back to the discrepancy he’d picked up on. “I don’t know why,” Gloria responded.“All right, STOP,” Menkin told the woman, who cried through much of the two-hour hearing. Again, he sought to terminate the case, asking the DHS lawyer, “Do I have grounds to dismiss this now?”“I’m trying to be fair,” she replied.“We’re all trying to be fair,” Menkin said.And to be fair, it should be noted that since October 2018, the Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR) has been evaluating judges’ performance based on the numbers for case completions, timeliness of decisions and the percent of rulings upheld on appeal. “In essence, immigration judges are in the untenable position of being both sworn to uphold judicial standards of impartiality and fairness while being subject to what appears to be politically-motivated performance standards,” according to an American Bar Association report that assailed what it said were unprecedented “production quotas”  for judges. The pressure is especially strong on judges who, like Menkin, are new hires. They are probationary employees for two years.Denise Slavin, a former president of the National Association of Immigration Judges who retired from the bench in April after 24 years of service, said the judges’ union had tried to talk EOIR Director James McHenry out of his quotas. “It’s basically like the same problem with putting quotas on police officers for tickets,” she said. “It suggests bias and skews the system to a certain extent.” Told of the details of Gloria’s hearing, she added, “That’s a prime example of the pressure these quotas have on cases… the pressure to get it done right away.”Kathryn Mattingly, spokeswoman for the Executive Office of Immigration Review, said by email that she couldn’t comment on individual cases, but that all cases are handled on their individual merits. “Each asylum case is unique, with its own set of facts, evidentiary factors, and circumstances,” she wrote. “Asylum cases typically include complex legal and factual issues.”  She also said that Menkin could not comment: “Immigration judges do not give interviews.”It’s true that each asylum case has its own complex factors. But a 2016 study by the U.S. Government Accountability Office took many of them into account—the asylum seeker’s nationality, language, legal representation, detention status, number of dependents—and determined that there are big differences in how the same “representative applicant” will be treated from one court and one judge to another.  “We saw that grant rates varies very significantly across courts and also across judges,” said Rebecca Gambler, director of the GAO’s Homeland Security and Justice team.Some experts say that changes in the way the Justice Department has told immigration judges to interpret the law may be having an outsize effect in New York.Starting with Jeff Sessions, the Trump administration’s attorneys general have used their authority over immigration courts to narrow the judges’ discretion to grant asylum or, in their view, to clarify existing law. Asylum can be granted to those facing persecution because of “race, religion, nationality, membership in a particular social group, or political opinion.” In June 2018, Sessions overturned a precedent that many judges in New York had been using to find that victims of domestic assaults or gang violence could be members of a “particular social group,” especially when police were complicit or helpless. Justice’s ruling in the Matter of A-B-, a Salvadoran woman, seems to have had a particular impact in New York.  “Where there’s a question about a ‘particular social group,’ judges in other parts of the country may have taken a narrower view” already, said Lindsay Nash, a professor at Cardozo Law School in New York and co-director of the Kathryn O. Greenberg Immigration Justice Clinic.Mauricio Noroña, a clinical teaching fellow at the same clinic, said new judges would be especially careful to follow the lead in the attorney general’s ruling.Andrew Arthur, a fellow at the Center for Immigration Studies in Washington and a former immigration judge in York, Pennsylvania, said Sessions’ decision in the Matter of A-B- would particularly affect Central American applicants, whose numbers have increased sharply in New York’s court. Data show that just 8.5 percent of the New York asylum cases were from Central America or Mexico in 2016; in the past year, 32.6 percent were. Arthur said a larger portion of the New York court’s asylum rulings in the past were for Chinese immigrants, whose arguments for refuge—persecution because of political dissent, religious belief, or the one-child policy—are fairly straightforward under U.S. asylum law. Although the number of Chinese applicants is still increasing, they have fallen as a portion of the New York caseload from 60 percent in 2016 to 28 percent in the past year. Sessions’ determination against A-B- is being challenged, and lawyers have been exploring other paths to asylum in the meantime. “It’s extremely complicated to prepare cases in this climate of changing law,” said Swapna Reddy, co-executive director of the Asylum Seeker Advocacy Project. But, she said, “That’s not to say advocates and judges can’t get back to that [higher] grant rate.”Gloria continued to cry; the DHS lawyer asked that she be given a tissue. The government lawyer’s cross-examination was comparatively gentle, but she questioned why Gloria didn’t move elsewhere within Guatemala and seek police protection. “He would find out before I even arrived at the police station,” she said of the man she feared. And, she added, “They’re always going to investigate and as for always being on the run, that’s no life for my kids.”In closing arguments, Gloria’s lawyer said his client had testified credibly and that she legitimately feared her tormentor’s influence. The DHS lawyer did not question Gloria’s credibility, but she said Gloria’s problem was personal, not political—that she could have moved to parts of Guatemala that were beyond the reach of the man’s political influence.Judge Menkin then declared a 20-minute recess so that he could compose his decision. In the interim, the lawyers discovered that a man sitting in one corner of the small courtroom was a reporter and, when the judge returned to the bench to rule, so informed him. Immigration court hearings are generally open to the public. There are special rules for asylum cases, however. The court’s practice manual says they “are open to the public unless the respondent expressly requests that they be closed.” “Oh, Jesus Christ!” Menkin shouted at the lawyers when he learned a reporter had been present for the hearing. “Don’t you people look around the room? What’s the matter with you?”After the judge expressed his alarm, the reporter was ejected with Gloria’s tearful assent, and so the basis for Judge Menkin’s ruling on Gloria’s asylum petition is not known. The outcome is, though: denied, 30 days to appeal. Read more at The Daily Beast.Get our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. 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    El español JJ Arcega Whiteside, 'wide reciver' de los Philadelphia Eagles, anotó este domingo ante los Miami Dolphins su primer touchdown como jugador profesional de la liga estadounidense de fútbol americano (NFL). Carson Wentz, quarterback de los Eagles, envió un pase para que Arcega-Whiteside recibiera en la zona de marca a falta de trece segundos para el final del segundo cuarto. Arcega es el tercer español en lograr un touchdown en la NFL. El primero fue Aquilino 'Kelly' Rodríguez en 1930 con los Frankford Yellow Jackets ante los Green Bay Packers. El año pasado Alejandro Villanueva lo logró con los Pittsburh Steelers ante los Denver Broncos. José Joaquín Arcega-Whiteside, 'wide receiver' formado en la Universidad de Stanford, fue elegido por los Eagles con el número 25 de la segunda ronda del draft de la NFL. Arcega-Whiteside, nacido en Zaragoza y sobrino de los exjugadores de baloncesto españoles Fernando y Pepe Arcega, se trasladó con sus padres Joaquín y Valorie Whiteside a Inman (Carolina del Sur), donde residen actualmente. Los Eagles, campeones del Super Bowl del 2018, se decidieron por Arcega-Whiteside al considerarlo un receptor natural, que tiene presencia física y un buen control con el cuerpo.
              

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    In February, 1974, just as the House Judiciary Committee’s impeachment inquiry into Watergate was getting under way, John Doar, the inquiry’s lead counsel, asked two young staffers to prepare a report. The impeachment of a President was, at the time, all but unprecedented—the only previous instance had taken place more than a century earlier, in 1868—and Doar wanted to know how he and the Committee ought to interpret the famously terse phrase “Treason, Bribery, or other high Crimes and Misdemeanors,” which the Constitution, in Article II, Section Four, established as acceptable grounds for impeachment. One of the staffers assigned to the task was Hillary Rodham, a twenty-six-year-old Yale-trained lawyer who’d joined the staff after working at the Children’s Defense Fund. The other was Bill Weld, a twenty-eight-year-old attorney from a Boston law firm, who at that point was still nearly two decades away from being elected the sixty-eighth governor of Massachusetts. Rodham and Weld were among the earliest staff attorneys hired by Doar, and their first project was to determine what counted as impeachable conduct.

    As Weld told me last week, the inquiry staff had set up shop in what had recently been the Hotel Congressional, a block away from the Capitol. Not long after Weld started, Doar called him and Rodham into his office. “He said, ‘Bill, Hillary, I need a memo on what’s grounds for impeachment or removal of a President, but it’s Friday afternoon, so what do you say? You have it on my desk Tuesday morning.’ So we went to the Library of Congress and looked in the law books and went nearly blind looking for a definition of what was an impeachable offense. Many weeks later, a whole bunch of us concluded, or realized, that you don’t look in the law books for that; you look in the newspapers.”

    Weld found newspaper articles from Philadelphia in 1787, and comments in the Founders’ constitutional debates, about the impeachment of Warren Hastings, the governor-general of India, which would end in acquittal after a seven-year trial for high crimes and misdemeanors—specifically, gross maladministration, corruption in office, and cruelty. The lessons that the inquiry’s report took from English precedent were, on the one hand, that “high crimes and misdemeanors” had “no roots in the ordinary criminal law” and, on the other, that the phrase was used to describe parliamentary impeachments that had to do with “damage to the state in such forms as misapplication of funds, abuse of official power, neglect of duty, encroachment on Parliament’s prerogatives, corruption, and betrayal of trust.”

    Weld is running against Donald Trump for the Republican Presidential nomination next year, but, unlike Mark Sanford, who was, briefly, another G.O.P. primary challenger, he thinks that there is no question that Trump ought to be impeached. When I asked what articles he would draw up this time around, he proposed three. “No. 1”—listed under the heading of bribery and extortion—“would be the Ukraine caper, because that’s such a classic example for impeachment,” he said. “The two things that the framers of the Constitution were most worried about were foreign interference in our affairs and corruption of office, by which they meant—and by which I mean—abuse of the President’s office in order to secure a personal gain, a private gain, whether it’s financial, whether it’s political, whether it’s for the President himself, whether it’s for his family.” Weld says that the evidence presented in the House Intelligence Committee’s public hearings in the past two weeks amounts to “the most quintessential, classical example for impeachment and removal that, frankly, I’ve ever seen or could conceive of. I’ve read the transcript of every page of every impeachment trial in the history of the United States, and there’s nothing like this.”

    A second article, Weld suggested, might comprise the “ten examples of clear and convincing evidence of obstruction of justice, which are contained in Volume II of Bob Mueller’s report.” There, too, he said, “I can tell you, having conducted and supervised many obstruction-of-justice investigations, I’ve never seen evidence like that. I’ve never seen evidence so clear.” Weld said “a third possible article would be—similar to the third article against President Nixon—contempt of Congress.” On that front, “President Trump and his defenders have gone beyond any historical claim ever made,” he added, by asserting that “Congress has no authority to investigate him at all.” He alluded to a recent speech by William Barr, in which the Attorney General, as Weld put it, “said that the President’s power under Article II is so absolute that he can’t be questioned as to why he exercised the power.” That, Weld said, is “nothing other than the divine right of kings.”

    Zoe Lofgren, a representative from California, also worked for Congress during Watergate, on the personal staff of one of the Democrats who served on the Judiciary Committee. Last week, as Alexander Vindman, a National Security Council director, and Jennifer Williams, an aide to Vice-President Mike Pencetestified in a lavish committee room three floors below her office, Lofgren recalled the arrival of the Watergate inquiry’s staff at the Hotel Congressional, which she remembers as a “really crummy building.” Though Lofgren was still a law student at the time, and had come to Washington to work on a bankruptcy bill, she helped draft one of the articles of impeachment against Nixon. “It was like trying to figure out, ‘We’ve got all this evidence—what are we going to do?’ ” she said. The articles came together quickly: Doar released a first set of proposed articles on Friday, July 19, 1974; public hearings on a revised set began the next Wednesday; and the first votes were held that Saturday, July 27th.

    Lofgren is now the second-most senior Democrat on the House Judiciary Committee, and a similar task will soon await her and her colleagues. Democrats on the Intelligence Committee, working in consultation with members on the Oversight and Foreign Affairs Committee, have already begun working on a report that will detail the results of the Ukraine investigation. As Ted Lieu, a Judiciary Committee member from California, told me last Thursday, “A number of people on the Intelligence Committee are going to have a very busy Thanksgiving. They will be writing a report to deliver to the Judiciary Committee, and we’ll get that some time in early December.” Once the Judiciary Committee receives the report, it will begin working, in close consultation with Nancy Pelosi, the Speaker of the House, to determine whether to bring articles of impeachment to the House floor, and what those articles ought to be. “I think if we’re going to go down the road to formal articles of impeachment,” Lieu said, “that we would do it before the end of the year.”

    Democrats, for now, are being careful not to say anything too specific about what they expect in the coming weeks. In the two months since the whistle-blower complaint was delivered to Capitol Hill, the Democrats have deposed seventeen witnesses, and they have assembled a strikingly robust factual record of what happened in Kyiv and in Washington this summer. But the price of this remarkable pace is abandoning the luxury of extended planning: the forward-looking horizon of the Democrats and staff members working on the impeachment inquiry has lately been measured in days, not months. As a judicial-committee aide told me on Saturday, “So much of all of this is still being decided on. There’s nothing certain.”

    And yet, there is little doubt that at least some articles will be filed. Lieu, for instance, told me that “people can disagree on whether, as a political matter, we should do impeachment, but I think, as a factual matter, the President engaged in misconduct that would qualify as impeachable conduct.” Less certain was how many and how broadly any articles associated with the Ukraine scandal would be framed. On Wednesday—after Gordon Sondland, the Ambassador to the E.U., testified not only that the President had demanded a quid pro quo from Volodymyr Zelensky, the President of Ukraine, but that Mike Pompeo, the Secretary of State, and even Vice-President Pence were aware of the demand—Eric Swalwell, of California, who sits on both the Intelligence and Judiciary Committees, told me that he’d seen “strong evidence” of bribery, abuse of power, and obstruction of Congress. Throughout the inquiry, the Trump Administration has refused to turn over documents to House Democrats, and Sondland complained repeatedly last week that he had not been allowed access to phone records, State Department e-mails, and other documents that would have helped him check his memory about certain details. While Swalwell was still reserving final judgment on which articles he thinks should be filed, he said of the Administration, “The only reason they’re blocking access is because it would help witnesses piece together this scheme rather than exonerate the President.”

    A bigger question is whether Democrats will attempt to frame articles around any of the other matters that they have been investigating. A few weeks after Pelosi announced an official impeachment inquiry, in late September, an aide to the inquiry told me that two other Oversight Committee investigations were also being considered as part of the effort, one that examined the President’s potential violations of the Constitution’s foreign-emoluments clause, and another that looked into allegations by Michael Cohen, the President’s former personal lawyer and fixer, that Trump and his company had misled their lenders and the tax authorities about the value of their properties. What’s more, lawyers for the Judiciary Committee have recently argued in court that they are still considering whether to bring articles based on the Mueller report, especially for obstruction of justice.

    Unlike in a criminal case, the Watergate report argued, “the cause for the removal of a President may be based on his entire course of conduct in office.” There has been no suggestion that the Democrats are now seriously considering such a broad indictment of the President. As Pramila Jayapal, a Democrat of Washington, put it to me, “This is not about ‘What do we not like about the President?’ and ‘Do we think he’s racist or not?’—which are things that trouble me deeply. But that’s not what this is.” Jayapal, like every other Democratic member I’ve spoken to, insisted that “we’ll literally just follow the relevant facts; we’ll take a look at all of the information in front of us, and then we’ll figure out where we go from there.” At the same time, she said, “what I am struck by as I’ve watched these proceedings is that Ukraine is really just a restatement of a pattern that we saw with the Mueller report.” As a hypothetical example of what a more broadly inclusive impeachment article might look like—“I’m not speculating on what the articles would be!” she said—Jayapal cited obstruction of Congress. Most of such an article, she explained, “could be around what happened with the Ukraine scandal, but you could potentially bring in some other pieces that reflect that pattern.”

    For now, the odds appear to favor a narrow set of articles centered on Ukraine. Mary Gay Scanlon, for instance, the vice-chair of the House Judiciary Committee and a former attorney from Pennsylvania, told me, “I know, coming from a trial background, you can’t have the kitchen sink. You have to have a theory and go with it, and not clutter things up too much.” Lieu alluded to his past work as an Air Force prosecutor when he told me that “both for explaining to the American people, as well as to the jury, which in this case are a hundred senators, it’s always more effective to keep things straightforward and simple. You don't want to confuse the issues. Trump has engaged in a lot of misconduct. I think some of the misconduct voters can decide at a ballot box. The difference with the Ukrainian issue is that it directly affects elections.”

    For other Democrats, the argument for presenting a narrow set of articles is historical in addition to being political. Lofgren, for instance, told me that she had opposed impeachment when the Mueller report was released. Even though “you had very clear instances of obstruction,” she said, “unless you can see what the coverup is covering up, and whether that activity meets the definition of high crime and misdemeanor, it doesn’t really take off.” In 1998, when she was a junior member of the Judiciary Committee, Lofgren filed a dissenting view in the Clinton impeachment, which she opposed in part based on her reading of the Watergate staff report. “The 1974 Report instructed us,” she wrote, “that: ‘not all presidential misconduct is sufficient to constitute grounds for impeachment. There is a further requirement—substantiality.’ ” As Lofgren described it to me last week, “There’s a lot of things that meet the criteria of bribery. Like, if you eat your peas, you get dessert. But the gravity issue is what damage has been done to the system of government? And what risk is there to the democracy? That’s what we have to decide.” And, although she professes to be reserving judgment for now—“you can’t rule out that something else could pop up tomorrow”—she allowed that “at this point the information that’s in the public arena that’s clear and overwhelming is the Ukraine matter.”

    On Monday, a district-court judge is expected to decide whether Don McGahn, the former White House counsel, is required to comply with a congressional subpoena. The case is likely to be appealed, but its ultimate outcome will influence whether key witnesses in the Ukraine matter, such as Mick Mulvaney, the acting White House chief of staff, and John Bolton, the former national-security adviser, feel compelled to testify. Dangerous as the candid testimony of someone like Bolton could be for the President, any public hearings that the Judiciary Committee decides to hold could also present some risk for the Democrats. Unlike the Intelligence Committee hearings, and following the precedent of the Nixon and Clinton impeachments, any Judiciary Committee hearings will formally involve the President at every step: he will be allowed to request new witness testimony; he will be allowed to submit other evidence for the Judicial Committee to consider, including as part of a “full and fair record”; and his counsel will be allowed to attend all hearings, raise objections to any evidence, and question any witnesses. Subject to the approval of the Judiciary Committee chairman, Jerrold Nadler, the President’s counsel will also be allowed to make a concluding presentation, as Clinton’s White House counsel, Charles Ruff, did in 1998. (These rights, however, come with a significant caveat, which did not exist in the Nixon or Clinton impeachments: at Nadler’s discretion, the Judiciary Committee may decide to count any stonewalling by the President as evidence of obstruction of Congress; more drastically, Nadler can even prevent the President and his counsel from calling and questioning witnesses.)

    Throughout the inquiry so far, Adam Schiff, the chairman of the Intelligence Committee, has successfully avoided one of the biggest political risks the Democrats ran in putting the Ukraine matter at the center of their impeachment push: namely, that the investigation of a corrupt and ham-handed attempt to smear Joe Biden would end up inadvertently smearing Joe Biden. There was, after all, more than a minor chance that the public hearings, by making reference to the accusations against Hunter Biden, might, perversely, have the same effect as the public announcement Trump demanded of Zelensky. During the past two weeks, Republicans used their time in front of the cameras to mention those accusations every chance they had; even so-called moderates, such as Will Hurd, of Texas, who acknowledged during the public hearing on Thursday that Trump’s call with Zelensky represented “inappropriate, misguided foreign policy,” argued that Hunter Biden’s activities in Ukraine were material to the investigation at hand. Schiff’s unwavering control of the proceedings largely neutralized this threat, but there is no guarantee that Nadler and the Judiciary Committee will have the same luck.

    Compared to past impeachment pushes, Democrats’ effort this year has polled well, with most surveys showing majority support for impeachment of the President and more than a few showing majority support for his removal from office. But television ratings dropped each day in the course of the hearings, and, according to a poll tracker at FiveThirtyEight, support among independents for impeachment fell from forty-six per cent on the day before the hearings began to forty-one per cent on Saturday. The risk of diminishing returns is one reason that Mark Meadows, a Republican from North Carolina, told me last Thursday, during a break in the Fiona Hill and David Holmes hearing, that he expected Democrats to keep the articles of impeachment limited to Ukraine. “It’s very dangerous to broaden it out,” he said. “If they spent all this time on Ukraine, with public hearings, and on the impeachment effort, and then, all of a sudden, they throw in a couple of articles where they haven’t had this much time, that’s a hard thesis to support.” Meadows also expects the Intelligence Committee to present its report to the Judiciary Committee the week of December 2nd. “I think it goes at breakneck pace to get to Judiciary and to the floor,” he said. “Any momentum that the Democrats believe they have will only subside if they take a lot longer.”

    Given that the House is still expected to impeach Trump on a party-line vote, or something very close to it, I asked Meadows if he thought that the Democrats had overplayed their hand politically. “We won’t know until November of 2020,” he told me. “In my opinion, will this cost some of their Democrat members of the House their seats? I think the answer is yes.” But, he added, “Sometimes, you know, if they believe that their cause is righteous, then that’s probably a cost worth paying.”

    Most of the Democrats I spoke to recognize that, as Lieu put it, “it would be extremely difficult to get a conviction” in the Senate, even as they also insist, as Jayapal told me, that “tipping points happen very quickly with public sentiment, and they do depend on the people who have the microphone actually saying how people should think about something. It’s about us helping people to understand what is happening.” But, universally, they argue that what’s at stake in the impeachment fight cuts deeper than any short-term political calculation. “None of us is naïve about the likelihood that, even in the face of overwhelming evidence, the Republican Party is going to do the right thing here,” Sean Patrick Maloney, an Intelligence Committee member, told me after the hearings ended last Thursday. “But, at the end of the day, these things are going to be judged in the light of history, not just in terms of what happens over the next few weeks. I’m very confident about that judgment.”

    In May, 2018, Schiff used an Op-Ed in the Times to warn Democrats against impeaching Trump. “Impeachment is an extraordinary remedy,” he wrote, “not to be entertained lightly, and in the case of a president, would mean putting the country through a deeply wrenching process.” In his closing statement on Thursday, however, he explained his reasons for changing his mind: “It came down to timing.” The day after Robert Mueller testified that the President invited Russian interference, he said, “Donald Trump is back on the phone asking another nation to involve itself in another U.S. election. That says to me this President believes he is above the law, beyond accountability.” This was a twist on the argument Democrats have been making for some time. The problem, as Schiff posed it, wasn’t only that Trump abused his power. It wasn’t even that he abused his power to cheat in an election, which was the usual answer to why impeachment, and not mere oversight, was the proper remedy for Trump’s behavior. The problem for Schiff, a former prosecutor, was that Trump was an unrepentant recidivist, a President who was going to keep abusing his office as long as he was allowed to do so.

    Ultimately, it will be Nancy Pelosi who decides whether and how any articles of impeachment are framed. Pelosi is known as a meticulous vote-counter, and, given her general tendency not to make legislative moves without knowing that she has the firm support of her caucus, and also her reluctance to support impeachment in the first place, it seems likely that she will only allow articles that have a good chance of unifying Democrats behind them. Yet, in addition to these parliamentary practicalities, she is also, no doubt, alive to the deep symbolism of the choice that now confronts her. Assuming they pass a vote of the full House, the articles will stand as a durable historical marker, a lasting answer to the question of how Pelosi, one of the most effective Speakers of the House in the past century, used her majority to confront a President who, in Weld’s words, “so clearly wants to be a monarch.” In a private caucus meeting in late September, at which Pelosi first announced her support for the impeachment inquiry, television screens in the room quoted a speech that Abraham Lincoln delivered at Cooper Union, in New York, in 1859. “The people are the rightful masters of both Congresses, and courts,” Lincoln said, “not to overthrow the Constitution but to overthrow the men who pervert it.”


              

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    A Harp made for the Bard of Erin – John Egan’s Enterprising Product Placement

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    Thank you to Nancy Hurrell, our guest writer for this month's Library Blog post. 

    ‘Egan, the harp-maker, most anxious that I should judge the power of his improved Irish harps – sent his son with one – the Chaise at the door at ½ past three, and some beautiful Irish airs played to me during my last moments […]’          – Thomas Moore

    This debut of Egan’s Irish harp on 17 October 1821 was part of Moore’s busy final day in Dublin, along with sitting for a portrait, shopping for a tabbinet (cloth) for Bessy and dining in Howth that evening prior to his return journey to England.[1] The harp maker John Egan (fl.1797-1829) had written to Moore months earlier on the ‘perfection’ of his new harp model and according to Moore, ‘begging me to allow him to present me one of his best, as a mark of admiration.’[2] An Irish harp placed in the hands of the Bard of Erin, this celebrated performer in London drawing-rooms, was a case of masterful product placement by Egan. Mutually advantageous to Moore, it was the perfect accessory for the national bard’s public persona, singing his harp-infused lyrics of the Irish Melodies to the chords of the national instrument.  

    The entrepreneur Egan appreciated beneficial high-profile endorsements. For years the novelist Sydney Owenson (Lady Morgan) had famously posed as her fictional harpist-heroine ‘Glorvina’ playing an Egan Irish harp to adoring audiences. Since 1809 the Duchess of Richmond and successive vicereines residing at Dublin Castle had commissioned Grecian pedal harps from the local maker. Egan harps exquisitely decorated in a neoclassical style were on display in the great houses of the Anglo-Irish aristocracy, and eventually harp orders came from the royal palaces. Remarkably, in August of 1821 this Irish artist was awarded the highest accolade attainable for a harp maker in his time – the royal warrant as harp maker to George IV and the royal family.


    Image 1. Advertisement for the Portable Irish Harp in Pigot and Co.’s Directory, 1824.

    In his Dawson Street workshop, near the Academy’s present location, initially Egan mainly produced fashionable Grecian pedal harps, the standard model manufactured by his counterparts in London. John Egan was not a typical harp maker however, as evidenced by a dozen different harp models designed in a range of shapes, sizes and mechanisms. For his most striking harp, he fashioned a winged-maiden symbol, the figure of Hibernia, into a playable instrument. In this post-union era, Ireland’s symbolic harp, so effectively used in the Melodies, was a potent signifier of national identity, and yet ironically the native wire-strung Gaelic harp, played for centuries, had largely disappeared. Egan continually championed the idea of a new form of Irish harp, a modernized instrument. His seminal invention – the ‘Portable Irish Harp’ – effectively fused old with new. The model’s bowed pillar shape and small size of three feet in height, paid homage to Ireland’s oldest and most celebrated instrument, the Brian Boru harp in Trinity College. To reinforce a symbolic Irishness, the harps had gilt motifs of Irish wolfhounds and shamrocks, Egan’s signature decoration, on a lacquered ground of either green, blue or black. Unlike the Gaelic harp’s wire-strings and limited modal tuning, the Portable Irish Harp had pliable gut strings fitted with innovative sharpening mechanisms for key changes: either ring stops or ditals (Image 1). Thus this ingenious up-to-date instrument, unmistakably ‘Irish’ in appearance, had a modern sound and chromatic capabilities for playing contemporary art songs as well as traditional Irish tunes.


    Image 2. Portrait of Thomas Moore in his Study at Sloperton Cottage. Photo ©National Gallery of Ireland.

    In 1823, Moore’s Royal Portable Irish Harp (reflecting the royal warrant) was delivered: ‘My Irish harp arrived from Ireland, and a little one of two octaves with it for Anastasia’.[3] A smaller harp for Moore’s daughter, a generous gesture, reflects Egan’s penchant for making harps in unusual sizes. Both harps are visible in the painting Thomas Moore in his study at Sloperton Cottage in the National Gallery of Ireland (Image 2). No further harp references appear in Moore’s journal and little is known of his harp-playing, in contrast to glowing first-hand descriptions of his piano performances. The poet’s richly decorated green harp has nonetheless acquired a legendary status. Fifty years on, in 1879, it was played by Swedish harpist Herr Sjoden in the Moore centenary concert in Dublin and was described thus —‘the strains of “Dear harp of my country” coming from that old harp stirred many a heart […].’[4]  


    Image 3. Thomas Moore's harp in the Royal Irish Academy.

    Although the harp has remained in the Royal Irish Academy since its donation by Moore’s widow Bessy in 1852, ‘Moore’s Harp’ was listed in a 1902 Boston exhibition catalogue, and another Egan harp was sold to American harp maker Melville Clark in 1905 as the poet Moore’s own instrument. Similar misattributions of ‘Marie Antoinette’s harp’ are common fabrications to inflate an instrument’s value. One harp labeled ‘The poet Moore’s Irish Harp’ in the George W. Childs collection, Philadelphia, is an exception, as it is actually  the small harp of Anastasia, who tragically died of illness at age sixteen (Image 4). My research uncovered an interesting chain of provenance for Anastasia’s harp, from Bessy Moore to her nephew Charles Murray to journalist S.C. Hall. In 1884, Hall offered the harp to Childs, who was the major contributor to fund the Moore commemorative window in Bromham church (Wilts,), where Moore is buried.

     
    Image 4. Photocard of small Egan harp owned by George W. Childs. Photo courtesy of Corpus Christi Library, Texas.

    Today, rare Egan harps are treasured as art objects in museums in sixteen countries worldwide. Like Moore’s Melodies, Egan’s Portable Irish Harp transcended the period to live on in revised formats. The model was copied by the principal harp makers working around 1900 as the template for the modern Irish harp. A significant legacy, John Egan’s innovative Portable Irish Harp was crucial to a revitalised Irish harping tradition.    

    Nancy Hurrell
    Author, The Egan Irish Harps: Tradition, patrons and players (Dublin, Four Courts Press, 2019)

    This blog has been compiled in conjunction with the Academy Library’s exhibition ‘Discovering Thomas Moore: Ireland in nineteenth Europe’ and to celebrate Moore’s Egan harp which stands proudly on display in the Meeting Room.  The Library thanks the benefactors who have enabled conservation of the harp and the refurbishment of the display case.

    Main image: Portrait of Thomas Moore in his Study at Sloperton Cottage. Photo ©National Gallery of Ireland.

    [1] Wilfred S. Dowden (ed.), The journal of Thomas Moore (East Brunswick, NJ, 1983), ii, p. 495. Egan’s ‘son’ in this instance was John Jnr rather than Charles Egan, who was living in London at the time.

    [2] Ibid, i, p. 334. Moore and Egan were acquainted in the Irish Harp Society of Dublin (1809-12). 

    [3] Ibid, ii, p. 683. The present location of Anastasia’s harp is not known.

    [4] Freeman’s Journal, 29 May 1879.

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    In part 1 of 2 of our Hangover Saga, the gang talks about our favorite TV shows. We are incredibly hungover because of BHern's birthday party the night before, and we're pretty much just talking shit to each the entire time (you've been warned). We do manage to have a lot of fun and talk about a few of our favorite shows on Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, HBOGO, Fox Now and others. Check out the rest of our highly suspect, yet unusually entertaining, podcast episodes and pop culture entertainment blogs at www.popculturepodcast.com.



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    Couturier, Flyers rout Red Wings

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    Due nuovi professori associati in Chirurgia dei Trapianti e Oculistica

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Le sue collaborazioni nazionali ed internazionali amplieranno le prospettive di scambio culturale e di crescita professionale della Scuola di Specializzazione in Oftalmologia dell'Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia. Nella speranza che possa continuare il percorso di ricercatore e di clinico nel migliore dei modi gli rivolgiamo un sincero benvenuto anche da parte di tutto il personale della Struttura Complessa di Oftalmologia” “Il programma chirurgico e scientifico della Unità Operativa da me diretta - ha precisato il prof. Fabrizio Di Benedetto, Direttore della Chirurgia Oncologica Epato-bilio-pancreatica e Chirurgia dei Trapianti di fegato - è in continua espansione e rafforzamento. In quest’ottica dal 1 di Novembre è stata affidata alla mia struttura anche la responsabilità del programma chirurgico di trapianto di rene e trapianto di rene da donatore vivente. 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    The Econometrics of Financial Markets
    Petr Adamek John Y. Campbell Andrew W. Lo A. Craig MacKinlay Luis M. Viceira
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    Madame X Tour Dates in Boston are canceled

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    Due to Doctor’s orders shows scheduled on November 30, December 1 & 2 at Boston’s Boch Center Wang Theatre will not move forward. No changes to additional 2019 U.S. show dates in Philadelphia and Miami. Live Nation is sorry to confirm that Madonna’s Madame X concerts previously scheduled for November 30th, December 1st and 2nd […]

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    Compliance Consultant 4 - Philadelphia, PA 19019

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    Compliance Consultant 4 - Review Lead - Philadelphia, PA 19019

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    NNP - Moonlighter | Nemours

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    Eagles Star Guard Brandon Brooks Talks Openly About Anxiety

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    PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Two-time Pro Bowl right guard Brandon Brooks said pressure of trying to live up to a new contract led to an anxiety attack that forced him out of the Philadelphia Eagles’ game last Sunday. Brooks has dealt with anxiety for several years but has started 50 straight games, including the playoffs. He […]
              

    Eagles: Piece by piece, defense comes back

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    With safety Cre’Von LeBlanc getting close to making a return to the Philadelphia Eagles’ secondary rotation, it’s important to note that the group will be at full strength for the first time in more than a year.Furthermore, the success of the Eagles’ defense over the last month has a lot (or maybe everything) to do with one piece after another being added back.After spending most of the first half of the season without starting cornerbacks Jalen [...]
              

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    Packender Playoff-Kampf! So steht's im Super-Bowl-Rennen

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    Das Playoff-Rennen in der NFL ist in vollem Gange. Noch vier Spieltage haben die Teams zu absolvieren, dann steht der Weg bis zum Super Bowl LIV am 2. Februar 2020 in Miami fest.

    Erst ein Team hat sich das Ticket gesichert, zahlreiche weitere Franchises kämpfen entweder um einen Platz in den Playoffs oder den wichtigen Heimvorteil in der eigenen Conference.

    Sicher in die Playoffs ziehen die acht Division-Sieger ein, außerdem erhalten je zwei weitere Teams mit der besten Bilanz pro Conference einen Platz in den Wildcard Games der NFL. (SERVICE: Die Tabelle der NFL)

    SPORT1 fasst das aktuelle Playoff-Rennen zusammen:

    SICHER DABEI:

    NEW ORLEANS SAINTS (10-2):

    Die Saints haben dank fünf Siegen Vorsprung auf die Verfolger bereits Platz 1 in der NFC South sicher. Für New Orleans geht es nun darum, die beste Bilanz aller Teams in der NFC zu erreichen.

    Die Chancen darauf stehen gut, mit vier weiteren Siegen würden Drew Brees und Co. aufgrund des gewonnenen Direktvergleichs bis zum Finale den Heimvorteil sicher haben. Der ESPN Football Power Index (FPI) gibt den Saints die beste Chance auf den Conference-Sieg (42,2 Prozent).

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    DIE AKTUELLEN DIVISION-LEADER:

    AFC NORTH - BALTIMORE RAVENS (10-2):

    Dank des Last-Minute-Sieges gegen die San Francisco 49ers am Sonntag und der Niederlage der New England Patriots in Houston haben sich die Ravens auf den ersten Platz der AFC geschoben. Da das direkte Duell gegen die Patriots gewonnen wurde, wäre der Heimvorteil bei vier weiteren Siegen bis zum Conference-Finale sicher.

    Es sieht danach aus, als ob der Weg zum Super Bowl für alle AFC-Teams über Baltimore führt.

    AFC EAST - NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS (10-2):

    Durch die unnötige Niederlage bei den Texans haben die Patriots ihren Heimvorteil über die gesamten Playoffs nach aktuellem Stand der Dinge abgeben müssen. Das Restprogramm spricht mit drei Heimspielen und auswärts in Cincinnati (1-11) aber für den Meister, Tom Brady und Co. werden die Ravens unter Druck setzen. Von hinten lauern in der AFC East allerdings auch noch die Buffalo Bills (9-3), gegen die es im zweiten direkten Duell am vorletzten Spieltag noch um den Division-Sieg gehen könnte.

    AFC SOUTH - HOUSTON TEXANS (8-4):

    Der überraschende Triumph gegen die Patriots hat die Texans nicht nur zu einem harten Konkurrenten auf dem Weg zum Super Bowl gemacht, sondern auch die Playoff-Hoffnungen der Franchise deutlich erhöht.

    Die Ravens und Patriots dürfte Houston nicht mehr einholen, Platz 3 in der AFC ist das Höchste der Gefühle. Entscheidend könnte am letzten Spieltag das Duell mit Tennessee werden, das in der AFC South nur einen Sieg hinter Houston liegt.

    AFC WEST - KANSAS CITY CHIEFS (8-4):

    Durch den klaren 40:9-Sieg im direkten Duell mit den Oakland Raiders haben die Chiefs Platz 1 in der AFC West bei zwei Siegen Vorsprung fast sicher. Ob Patrick Mahomes und Co. die Texans noch von Platz 3 in der Conference verdrängen können, hängt maßgeblich von deren Restsaison ab - das direkte Duell hat Kansas City verloren. (SERVICE: Spielplan und Ergebnisse der NFL)

    NFC WEST - SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS (10-2):

    Bis Mitte November spielten die 49ers noch eine perfekte Saison, zwei Thriller-Niederlagen gegen Seattle und die Ravens haben San Francisco aber in eine ganz gefährliche Situation gebracht. Gewinnen die Seahawks (9-2) das Monday Night Game gegen die Minnesota Vikings, würden die 49ers in der NFC West auf Platz zwei und in der gesamten NFC auf Platz fünf abrutschen. (NFL: Seattle Seahawks - Minnesota Vikings am Dienstag ab 2.15 Uhr in den LIVESCORES)

    Außerdem warten mit den Saints, Rams und Seahawks noch drei ganz dicke Brocken, zwei davon obendrein auswärts.

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    NFC NORTH - GREEN BAY PACKERS (9-3):

    Die Packers haben in der NFC North zwar genauso viele Niederlagen kassiert wie die Minnesota Vikings, diese sind aber im Monday Night Game bei den Seahawks gefordert. Da die Packers das erste direkte Duell mit den Vikings gewonnen haben (21:16), spricht auch dieser Fakt für Green Bay - am 16. Spieltag treffen die beiden Teams erneut aufeinander und spielen dann wohl den Division-Sieger untereinander aus.

    NFC EAST - DALLAS COWBOYS (6-6):

    In der qualitativ schwachen NFC East reicht den Cowboys im Moment bereits eine ausgeglichene Bilanz, um die Führung und damit einen Platz in den Playoffs innezuhaben.

    Die Philadelphia Eagles (5-7) haben nach drei Niederlagen in Folge nur noch eine realistische Chance auf den Division-Sieg, wenn sie das direkte Duell mit den Cowboys in drei Wochen für sich entscheiden. Kurios: Dallas hat in dieser Saison noch kein Spiel gegen ein Team mit einer positiven Bilanz gewonnen.

    GUTE PLAYOFF-CHANCEN:

    SEATTLE SEAHAWKS (9-2):

    Zurzeit liegen die Seahawks lediglich auf Platz fünf der NFC, allerdings ist das letzte Wort noch längst nicht gesprochen. Ein Sieg gegen die Vikings im Monday Night Game würde Seattle an San Francisco vorbei an die Spitze der NFC West befördern und sie damit auch am Conference-Sieg schnuppern lassen.

    Das direkte Duell mit den 49ers am letzten Spieltag dürfte den Sieger in der NFC West bestimmen - und womöglich auch den Heimvorteil für die gesamten Playoffs entscheiden.

    BUFFALO BILLS (9-3):

    Die Bills haben sich dank des 26:15-Sieges gegen die Cowboys in eine ausgezeichnete Position gebracht, um zumindest einen Platz im Wildcard Game zu erreichen. Die Chance auf den Playoff-Einzug liegt laut FPI bei 96,6 Prozent, bereits ein weiterer Sieg würde die beste Bills-Bilanz seit 1999 garantieren. Um die AFC East zu gewinnen, müssen die Bills auf Patzer der Patriots (10-2) hoffen - vielleicht ja im direkten Duell am vorletzten Spieltag.

    AKTUELL NOCH IN DEN PLAYOFFS:

    PITTSBURGH STEELERS (7-5):

    Der Division-Sieg in der AFC North geht nur über die Ravens, die Steelers können dank sechs Siegen aus den letzten sieben Spielen aber auf das letzte Wildcard-Ticket in der AFC hoffen.

    Im Vergleich mit den Tennessee Titans (7-5) spricht aktuell die bessere Conference-Bilanz für Pittsburgh, laut FPI liegt die Chance auf den Playoff-Einzug bei den Steelers (42,5 Prozent) minimal höher als bei den Titans (38,6 Prozent). Allerdings spielt Pittsburgh noch gegen die Bills und bei den Ravens.

    MINNESOTA VIKINGS (8-3):

    Zwar liegen die Playoff-Chancen der Vikings laut FPI bei 94,1 Prozent, allerdings droht im Monday Night Game in Seattle eine womöglich entscheidende Niederlage. Siegen die Vikings jedoch und gewinnen auch das direkte Duell gegen die Packers (9-3) in drei Wochen, ist sogar der Division-Sieg möglich. Von hinten droht noch Konkurrenz von den Los Angeles Rams (7-5).

    DÜRFEN NOCH AUF DIE PLAYOFFS HOFFEN:

    In der AFC hoffen vor allem die Tennessee Titans (7-5) noch, die Steelers vom letzten Wildcard-Platz zu verdrängen. Die Oakland Raiders, Indianapolis Colts (je 6-6) und Cleveland Browns (5-7) haben Außenseiterchancen.

    In der NFC sind die Rams (7-5) den Vikings auf den Fersen, die Philadelphia Eagles (5-7) haben wohl nur noch eine Chance, wenn sie sich in der Division noch an den Cowboys vorbeischieben. Leise Hoffnungen können sich womöglich noch die Chicago Bears (6-6) machen, für die Tampa Bay Buccaneers (5-7) und die Carolina Panthers (5-7) wird es wohl nicht mehr reichen.

    Der Playoff-Stand in der NFL im Überblick:

    AFC
    1. Baltimore Ravens (10-2)
    2. New England Patriots (10-2)
    3. Houston Texans (8-4)
    4. Kansas City Chiefs (8-4)
    5. Buffalo Bills (9-3)
    6. Pittsburgh Steelers (7-5)

    NFC
    1. San Francisco 49ers (10-2)
    2. New Orleans Saints (10-2)
    3. Green Bay Packers (9-3)
    4. Dallas Cowboys (6-6)
    5. Seattle Seahawks (9-2)
    6. Minnesota Vikings (8-3)


              

    Skip Bayless: Cowboys left the door wide open for Eagles but they blew it with loss to Miami

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    Doug Pederson calls Dolphins 'a good football team' after embarrassing Eagles loss

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    No one was more thankful for the Dallas Cowboys' Thanksgiving Day loss than Philadelphia Eagles fans. With the Eagles sitting at 5-6, all the team needed to do was beat the Miami Dolphins to move into a tie for first place in the NFC East. At 2-9, the Dolphins have been one of the worst teams in football.
              

    Ezekiel Elliott: Cowboys are angry about where we are

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    The Cowboys lost last Thursday, but they still have reason to feel thankful for their place in the NFL world. A 6-6 record would make them an also-ran in the NFC in any division other than the NFC East, but sharing space with Philadelphia, Washington and the Giants has its benefits. The Cowboys remain in first place despite two straight losses and 12 games of frustration.
              

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    VSBLTY Groupe Technologies Retains CHF Capital Markets

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    Deacom Opens Registration for its 15th Annual User Conference

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    Registration is now open for Deacom's 15th annual user conference to be held in Philadelphia, PA on April 21-23, 2020.

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    Veterinarian - Greater Philadelphia Area | Columbus Central Veterinary Hospital

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    Emser Tile Opens New Branch in Philadelphia

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    New ballet studio opens in Pittsburg

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    Philly builds urban composting facility

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    Trump Got His Wall, After All

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    IN THE TWO YEARS AND 308 DAYS THAT DONALD Trump has been president, he has constructed zero miles of wall along the southern border of the United States. He has, to be fair, replaced or reinforced 76 miles of existing fence and signed it with a sharpie. A private group has also built a barrier less than a mile long with some help from Steve Bannon and money raised on GoFundMe. But along the 2,000 miles from Texas to California, there is no blockade of unscalable steel slats in heat-retaining matte black, no electrified spikes, no moat and no crocodiles. The animating force of Trump’s entire presidency—the idea that radiated a warning of dangerous bigotry to his opponents and a promise of unapologetic nativism to his supporters—will never be built in the way he imagined.

    And it doesn’t matter. In the two years and 308 days that Donald Trump has been president, his administration has constructed far more effective barriers to immigration. No new laws have actually been passed. This transformation has mostly come about through subtle administrative shifts—a phrase that vanishes from an internal manual, a form that gets longer, an unannounced revision to a website, a memo, a footnote in a memo. Among immigration lawyers, the cumulative effect of these procedural changes is known as the invisible wall.

    In the two years after Trump took office, denials for H1Bs, the most common form of visa for skilled workers, more than doubled. In the same period, wait times for citizenship also doubled, while average processing times for all kinds of visas jumped by 46 percent, even as the quantity of applications went down. In 2018, the United States added just 200,000 immigrants to the population, a startling 70 percent less than the year before.

    Before Trump was elected, there was virtually no support within either party for policies that make it harder for foreigners to come here legally. For decades, the Republican consensus has favored tough border security along with high levels of legal immigration. The party’s small restrictionist wing protested from the margins, but it was no match for a pro-immigration coalition encompassing business interests, unions and minority groups. In 2013, then-Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions introduced an amendment that would have lowered the number of people who qualified for green cards and work visas. It got a single vote in committee—his own. As a former senior official at the Department of Homeland Security observed, “If you told me these guys would be able to change the way the U.S. does immigration in two years, I would have laughed.”

    PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP REVIEWS PROTOTYPES FOR HIS “IMPENETRABLE, POWERFUL, BEAUTIFUL” WALL. (AP/EVAN VUCCI)

    Senior adviser Stephen Miller is usually regarded as the White House’s immigration mastermind, but his maneuvering is only a sliver of the story. The most fine-grained and consequential changes would never have been possible without a group of like-minded figures stationed in relevant parts of the government—particularly the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service, the agency within DHS that administers visas. Early in Trump’s presidency, said the former DHS official, there was a “strategic sprinkling” of people who “shared a common vision and were ready to outwork everybody.” They included Gene Hamilton, Miller’s “terrible sword at DHS” (his actual title was senior counselor to the secretary), and Francis Cissna, the soft-spoken former head of USCIS whom colleagues describe as “an encyclopaedia of immigration law” and “a total immigration nerd.” “If you said to him, what’s on page 468, second paragraph” of the Immigration and Nationality Act, another former DHS official marveled, “he would quote it to you.”

    Amidst the chaos at DHS, the restrictionists have already radically scaled back America’s asylum and refugee programs for years to come. But no category of immigrant ( 1 ) The major avenues for legal immigration are via family (including marriage), employment and humanitarian programs for refugees and asylum seekers.has escaped the uptick of denials and delays—not the Palestinian student with a Harvard scholarship who was deported upon landing in Boston, or the Australian business owner forced to leave after building a life here. Not the Bolshoi Ballet stars who somehow failed to meet the criteria of accomplished artists, or the Iraqi translators who risked their lives for the U.S. military and whose annual admissions went from 325 to just two after the change in administration. Then there are the consequences that are harder to capture in headlines or statistics: the couples whose marriages broke down when the foreign spouse was forced to wait far longer than usual in their home country, and the unknown number of people who have abandoned the attempt to stay because of financial hardship or the strain of living with a level of uncertainty that becomes untenable.

    “What became clear to me early on was that these guys wanted to shut down every avenue to get into the U.S.,” the first former senior DHS official said. “They wanted to reduce the number of people who could get in under any category: illegals, legals, refugees, asylum seekers—everything. And they wanted to reduce the number of foreigners already here through any means possible.” No government in modern memory has been this dedicated to limiting every form of immigration to the United States. To find one that was, you have to go a long way back, to 1924.

    GERMAN-JEWISH REFUGEES ABOARD THE MS ST. LOUIS, WHICH WAS TURNED AWAY FROM THE UNITED STATES AND CUBA IN 1939.(BETTMANN VIA GETTY)

    “ANATION OF IMMIGRANTS”—THESE FOUR WORDS, ( 2 ) The phrase was popularized by John F. Kennedy, who used it as the title of his 1958 book.genius in their concision, mask the messiest of histories. People like to recall that George Washington wanted America to “be an Asylum to the persecuted of the earth.” Less often praised: Ben Franklin’s contention that immigrants are “the most ignorant Stupid Sort of their own Nation.” Americans have been having some version of this argument ever since. And for much of the country’s existence, public opinion towards immigration has ranged from tepid to hostile. As Daniel Tichenor, author of the comprehensive history, “Dividing Lines,” puts it, “We love the immigrant past and dread the immigrant present.”

    One rare exception came after the Civil War, when the country was desperate to replace the men who had died on the battlefield. A flourishing postwar confidence revived the idea that the country could absorb a never-ending stream of foreigners and fuse their best characteristics into that superior being, an American.

    The turn began in the 1880s. Extremes of wealth had sparked massive labor strikes; out West, people fretted that the land was running out. Now, newcomers were a threat, and the more foreign they seemed, the more threatening they were. An early warning was the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882, the first-ever prohibition of all people of a specific race. Over the next decade, a surge of European migrants accounted for 40 percent of population growth. From the 1890s, this wave was dominated not by English, Scandanavians, Germans or Irish, but by poorer southern and eastern Europeans and Russian Jews. As the country slid into a long depression, the new immigrants became the source and the target of a tinderbox anxiety. There were lynchings of Italians in New Orleans; attacks on Jewish farmers by Mississippi nightriders; a riot against Russian Jewish factory workers in New Jersey.

    EDITORIAL CARTOONS FROM THE 1880S-1900S (ABOVE: LOUIS DALRUMPLE. BELOW: C.J. TAYLOR/ MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY MUSEUM)

    For decades, nativists in Congress tried and failed to translate this hostility into new immigration laws. It wasn’t until the early 1920s, after Warren Harding was elected president on an “America First” platform, that two Republican lawmakers, Representative Albert Johnson and Senator David Reed, finally realized a restrictionist dream: a comprehensive racial quota system devised to keep American bloodlines pure. “[T]he country would never be the same,” wrote John Higham in his definitive account of American nativism, “Strangers in the Land”—“either in its social structure or in its habits of mind.”

    To build the public case for their legislation, Johnson and Reed teamed up with the leading eugenicists of the day. Johnson enlisted Harry Laughlin, who in 1936 received an honorary degree from a German university for his contributions to the “science of racial cleansing,” to conduct research for the House Immigration Committee. Johnson also worked closely with Madison Grant, whose manifesto, “The Passing of the Great Race,” is a deranged codification of white men into three “races” of descending desirability—Nordics, Alpines and Mediterraneans. Grant’s conclusion, drawn from spurious analyses of skull shape and nose width, was that the new immigrants should be scientifically excluded from the definition of whiteness. They were “human flotsam … breeding out their masters and killing by filth and by crowding as effectively as by the sword.”

    In 1924, President Calvin Coolidge signed the Johnson-Reed Act, which accorded with his own belief that that “America must be kept American.” The law would ultimately shut down most immigration except for a meager inflow dominated by people Madison Grant would have called Nordics. Everyone else faced waitlists of 10 to 75 years, depending on the quota allotted to their country of origin. The law also birthed a national immigration bureaucracy—what Tichenor calls “an increasingly elaborate immigration control system of racist design.”

    Until this point, nearly everyone who arrived at a port of entry like Ellis Island was admitted to the United States. There was no requirement for a visa. Johnson-Reed was deliberately engineered to prevent most immigrants from ever boarding a steamship, by requiring them to obtain visas from U.S. consulates abroad. The State Department, which ran the consulates, was notoriously anti-Semitic: In 1921, the chief of the Consular Service supplied a report to Congress describing Jewish people as “filthy, un-American, and often dangerous in their habits.” By the 1930s, as Hitler launched his assault on the Jews of Europe, the new visa system was perfectly calibrated not to help the growing ranks of refugees, but to keep them out.

    In 1934, President Franklin Roosevelt ordered consulates to give Jewish refugees “the most humane and favorable treatment possible under law.” After that, admissions actually went down. Mere presidential preference was no match for the immigration bureaucracy, which erected, in the words of historian David Wyman, a formidable “paper wall.”

    The paper wall’s architect was Samuel Miller Breckinridge Long—Breckinridge Long to the public. Thin and rangy, intermittently beset by nervous ailments, Long was born to a family that was practically Confederate aristocracy. He’d glided through Princeton, married into money and spent a good deal of his career as a bureaucrat of middling talents. Thanks to his old pal “Frank” Roosevelt, in 1939 he was put in charge of refugee admissions, though he had no relevant experience. From then on, Roosevelt essentially abdicated refugee policy to Long because he was so spooked by the politics: In 1938, the year of Kristallnacht, 86 percent of Americans opposed an emergency increase of refugee admissions.

    BRECKINRIDGE LONG (MYRON DAVIS/THE LIFE PICTURE COLLECTION VIA GETTY)

    From the nativists' perspective, Long was the best possible man for the moment. He believed the overwhelming majority of refugees were propagandists, subversives, freeloaders and derelicts. And he knew exactly how to protect his country from the “alien influx”—with the merciless application of rules, regulations, procedures and forms.

    In 1940, Long issued a memo instructing subordinates to avoid granting visas to European refugees for a “temporary period of indefinite length.” From today's vantage point, his methods are eerily familiar. “We could do this by simply advising our consuls to put every obstacle in the way and to require additional evidence and resort to various administrative devices which would postpone and postpone and postpone the granting of the visas,” he explained. Later, he would crow in his diary: “The cables practically stopping immigration went!”

    Consular officials had enormous latitude in determining a refugee’s fate. In France, you had to obtain an exit visa, a transit visa, an entry visa for the U.S., moral and political affidavits of support, certificates of good behavior and a paid ticket for the ship. You couldn’t get a visa without a ticket, which were sold out months in advance, and you couldn’t get a ticket without a visa, which were only valid for four months, and if just one of your documents had expired on the day of departure, you had to start all over again.

    “IT TAKES MONTHS AND MONTHS TO GRANT THE VISAS AND THEN IT USUALLY APPLIES TO A CORPSE.”

    One of the most powerful tools employed by visa officials was the public charge rule—a component of federal law which states that a person can’t be admitted to the United States if they are likely to become a burden on the state. Although the rule had been on the books since 1882, it was barely observed until the Depression. Under Long, consulates wielded it with abandon. To Jewish refugees of Nazi Germany, the rule must have seemed like a sadistic joke, since throughout the 1930s they had been forced to relinquish up to 90 percent of their capital when they left the country. Even if they were lucky enough to have American financial sponsors, the standards of proof were constantly shifting. As a result, there were multiple years after Hitler seized power in which the U.S. did not fill its annual quota of just under 30,000 immigrants from Germany. In 1938, for example, the State Department admitted 19,552 former residents of the Third Reich, not all of whom were Jewish.

    And yet Breckinridge Long wasn’t satisfied. Convinced Germany was infiltrating America with spies disguised as refugees, he created, for the first time, a centralized immigration processing system based in Washington. Applicants submitted letters of support, financial records and character testimonies. Sponsors were scrutinized. Five committees from different agencies reviewed every application. After that, the flow of refugees nearly stopped altogether. In a speech, Representative Emanuel Cellar blamed Long for the “gruesome bottleneck.” He observed: “It takes months and months to grant the visas and then it usually applies to a corpse.”

    A MEETING OF THE WAR REFUGEE BOARD IN 1944. SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY HENRY MORGENTHAU, JR., IS IN THE CENTER. (FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT LIBRARY)

    In January 1944, Treasury Secretary Robert Morgenthau demanded a meeting with Roosevelt and Long to discuss the situation. He came armed with an investigative memo, which he titled “Report to the Secretary on the Acquiescence of This Government in the Murder of the Jews.” It documented Long’s machinations in devastating detail. Roosevelt immediately agreed to create a War Refugee Board outside Long’s control. Its work during the remainder of the war demonstrated just how many more lives could have been saved: According to Wyman, it managed to rescued around 200,000 people in 18 months.

    Long fumed at his demotion, raging to his diary that he had been “thrown to the wolves.” One of his great regrets was that he no longer enjoyed the favor of his old friend Frank. The loss of status gnawed at him. He retired by the end of 1944, and after writing a memoir that failed to find a publisher, mostly concentrated on breeding race horses, which usually lost. To the end of his life, according to his biographer, Neil Rolde, he never acknowledged, or apparently even realized, the magnitude of what he had done.

    And yet even after the horrors of the Nazi regime were fully revealed, Johnson-Reed wasn’t overturned for another two decades. The law that replaced it, the Hart-Cellar Act of 1965, is often celebrated as the moment that America opened its doors to the world. At the time, though, its authors had more modest goals. Shamed into action by the civil rights movement, they planned to abolish the racial quotas and create a merit system allowing for limited immigration from outside of Europe.

    It was only a last-minute nativist intervention that turned the law into something very different. An antsy Democratic congressman named Michael Feighan secured a provision allowing people to qualify through family ties as well—reasoning that since most immigrants were white, it would protect the racial status quo. “The bill that we sign today is not a revolutionary bill,” President Lyndon Johnson promised. “It will not upset the ethnic mix of our society,” Senator Ted Kennedy agreed.

    Instead, the law changed the composition of America by accident. Among other things, Feighan completely failed to consider that people from non-European countries would qualify under the merit system and then sponsor their relatives, the process restrictionists term “chain migration.” ( 3 ) “Congress was saying … 'We need to open the door for some more British doctors, some more German engineers,’” sociologist Stephen Klineberg told NPR. “It never occurred to anyone, literally, that there were going to be African doctors, Indian engineers, Chinese computer programmers who’d be able, for the first time in the 20th century, to immigrate to America.”The foreign-born population grew from 9.6 million in 1965 to 45 million in 2015, with 90 percent of those new arrivals coming from outside Europe—mostly from Asia, Africa, and Latin America. The United States became, wrote historian Aristide Zolberg, “the first nation to mirror humanity.” To restrictionists, the 1965 reforms are the original sin, the moment when America betrayed its workers, sacrificed a mythic social cohesion and placed the country’s heritage and its future at mortal risk. And ever since, reversing those reforms has been their overriding goal.

    NEW CITIZENS IN LOS ANGELES ON SEPTEMBER 13, 1995.(GILLES MINGASSON/GETTY)

    BACK WHEN JEFF SESSIONS WAS A U.S. SENATOR, HE routinely selected a few staffers to join him in his office for a seminar-style discussion of whatever happened to be on his mind that day. Increasingly over the years, the subject was immigration. These conversations could last for hours. Some staffers surreptitiously tried to work on their phones while the senator dialed up an academic or wended his way through an idea as if preparing to argue a case before a jury. But Sessions’ communications director, Stephen Miller, was invigorated by the intellectual exchange. “They kind of fed off each other,” said one regular attendee. Late in the day, Sessions often took Miller along to his hideaway—the unmarked nook each senator has near the chamber. There, Sessions would decant that day’s conversation into a speech written on a legal pad and deliver it on the floor. “I don’t know how many people listened,” a former staffer said.

    Miller, though, was paying close attention. He’d been railing against immigrants since his high school days as a minor conservative talk radio celebrity in Santa Monica, but his vitriol tended towards the generic—immigrants shouldn’t speak Spanish; their communities were incubators for terrorism and crime. By contrast, Sessions’ desire to curb immigration was part of a wider set of concerns about Americans who had been shut out of the modern economy, underpinned by a cohesive historical argument. On numerous occasions, he praised Johnson-Reed, ignoring its explicitly racist motivations and painting it simply as an effort by Coolidge to raise wages, as well as the sole engine of America’s postwar prosperity.

    THEN-SENATOR JEFF SESSIONS AND HIS COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR, STEPHEN MILLER, IN JANUARY 2014 (ANDREW HARNIK/THE WASHINGTON TIMES)

    Similar historical references were cropping up in Miller’s private emails, too. In a series of messages from 2015 obtained by the Southern Poverty Law Center, Miller pinged Breitbart reporter Katie McHugh with ideas for stories celebrating “the heritage established by Calvin Coolidge” and lamenting the damage done by the 1965 legislation. The culmination of the Miller-Sessions mindmeld was a 25-page primer hand-delivered to every Republican congressional office that year. Written by Miller, it lauded the 1924 reforms for ushering in “a sustained slowdown that allowed wages to rise, assimilation to occur, and the middle class to emerge.” It would become a foundational document for the Trump campaign’s immigration platform.

    The day after Trump’s election victory, Gene Hamilton started assembling a team to develop an immigration roadmap for the transition and beyond. Hamliton, then a legal adviser to Sessions in his thirties, relied heavily on staffers for Sessions and Senator Chuck Grassley, whose offices had for years been a lonely beacon for restrictionist groups like the Federation for American Immigration Reform, or FAIR; the Center for Immigration Studies and NumbersUSA. From the outset, according to “Border Wars,” by Julie Hirschfeld Davis and Michael Shear, Hamilton’s small braintrust knew they had to fight on two fronts—against liberal-minded career staffers and mainstream Republican appointees wedded to the status quo.

    Hamilton himself had a deep knowledge of DHS ( 4 ) Before working for Sessions, Hamilton had spent two years working for various DHS offices, and also interned at Immigration and Customs Enforcement while in law school.and a knack for the inside game, both of which became valuable assets when he joined the department. “He would take the pen on a lot of things,” the former DHS official said—meaning he’d assume responsibility for writing a document, giving him the power to set the terms of the debate and the process. “He was sort of the political commissar,” another former senior DHS official explained. “You had to work with him to make sure you weren’t going to get your legs chopped out underneath you.”

    For USCIS director, Hamilton recommended Cissna, a DHS lawyer who’d spent the past two years detailed to Grassley’s office. “Our family is literally a product of our nation’s legal immigration system,” Cissna said at his confirmation hearing, explaining that his grandparents were Peruvian, his wife’s family was Middle Eastern and that he only spoke Spanish to his kids at home. Although he largely shared Miller’s policy goals, his position on immigration “wasn’t a race thing,” the second former DHS senior official told me. Instead, the official said, Cissna saw himself as a “steward of the law,” which he believed should be enforced according to the narrowest interpretation. Quiet and not overtly political, he was nonetheless a canny operator. When he took over at USCIS, “he knew which small things could change to have a big effect,” said Mark Krikorian, the executive director of the Center for Immigration Studies. “He couldn’t be bamboozled by bureaucrats. He knew their job in a way a lot of political appointees don’t.”

    FRANCIS CISSNA. (WIN MCNAMEE/GETTY)

    Kathy Nuebel Kovarik, a veteran Grassley staffer, was put in charge of the USCIS policy office a couple of weeks after her former boss recommended her to Trump via tweet. (“@POTUS If u want a real expert on fixing H1B a former staffer of mine just moved to HomelandSecurity Call my office I will tell WHO SHE IS.”) She brought in Robert Law, FAIR’s governmental relations director, as her senior adviser. Law was smart but rigid. “You couldn’t convince him of anything he didn’t already believe,” said a person who worked with him at USCIS. Along with other alumni of restrictionist groups, ( 5 ) Julie Kirchner, a former FAIR executive director, became USCIS ombudsman, and Jon Feere, a former CIS analyst, became a senior adviser at ICE.Law became a resource for some DHS officials who lacked an immigration background but found the issue consuming their jobs. “They could tell you, this is the law, this is the history of it. It was fascinating,” said one. “They had been following this for decades.”

    At first, things didn’t move as nearly quickly as Miller and Hamilton wanted, mostly because of Trump’s first DHS Secretary, John Kelly. “He was a difficult guy for people to mess with. Even Stephen Miller,” recalled the former DHS official. It wasn’t until Kelly became White House chief of staff in July 2017, another former official explained, that Miller was able to “consolidate his strength.”

    A couple of months later, a meeting was convened at the department, with the acting secretary, Elaine Duke, the most senior figure present. According to a person who was there, Hamilton abruptly took control of the gathering, cutting Duke out of the conversation completely. “Everyone was looking at each other. We’d never seen anything like this—a guy with no standing [taking over the meeting].”

    Hamilton informed the group they needed to produce memos outlining how to enact 10 White House policy priorities, including how to get rid of a 20-day limit on holding children in detention and how to use family separation to discourage migration. He wanted the memos within days.

    The DHS policy office started work according to normal operating procedure—gathering information and assessing the legality and merits of the proposals. Normally, this would take months. “It drove the White House crazy,” said the former DHS official. “Duke’s chief of staff kept asking, ‘Dude, where are the memos?’ He was getting pounded by the White House.” Many of the memos were never produced, the official added, because “some of the [ideas] were so clearly bad.” (Hamilton didn’t respond to a request for comment.)

    GENE HAMILTON “WAS SORT OF THE POLITICAL COMMISSAR,” A FORMER OFFICIAL SAID. “YOU HAD TO WORK WITH HIM TO MAKE SURE YOU WEREN’T GOING TO GET YOUR LEGS CHOPPED OUT UNDERNEATH YOU.”

    At USCIS, the pressure to scrap old policies and roll out new ones was relentless. In theory, the chief counsel’s office was supposed to conduct thorough legal analyses of all new initiatives. Sometimes the office was cut out of the loop; sometimes lawyers were informed of a new memo the day before it dropped, requiring them to scramble till midnight or later to ensure it met basic legal standards. Comment skirmishes broke out within draft documents, with career staff inserting concerns and political appointees stripping them out. The political appointees “really didn’t care about the operational impact of different policies or litigation concerns,” recalled a former agency lawyer. Hamilton himself has essentially confirmed this. “That sounds like the craziest policy you could ever have,” he said in a deposition when asked if DHS had assessed the litigation risk of ending Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA. “You could never do anything if you were always worried about being sued.”

    Kovarik and Law also pushed staffers to dig up evidence for their preferred policies, even when the facts didn’t oblige. For instance, they insisted on advancing the termination of temporary protected status ( 6 ) A temporary status provided to nationals of certain countries experiencing problems that make it difficult or unsafe to return there.for several “shithole countries”—the president’s term—even when experts at State and USCIS recommended extensions. The problem with the official analysis for Haiti, Kovarik explained to a career staffer in an October 2017 email, “is that it reads as though we’d recommend an extension because we talk so much about how bad it is.” The staffer replied, carefully, "We can comb through the country conditions to try to see what else there might be, but the basic problem is that it IS bad there.” Later that month, Law assigned an “important research project” to a low-level employee. “I need positive data on the current status of Haiti to bolster the recommendation to terminate TPS. Improvements or the like that I can plug in,” he wrote. “Be creative.”

    In a separate exchange, Cissna complained that staffers hadn’t done a very elegant job of massaging the facts in order to end TPS status for Sudan. "The memo reads like one person who strongly supports extending TPS for Sudan wrote everything up to the recommendation section and then someone who opposes extension snuck up behind the first guy, clubbed him over the head, pushed his senseless body of out of the way, and finished the memo,” he wrote.

    Even though USCIS had announced plans to kill DACA and end TPS for six countries, the political appointees were being bombarded by Miller to go faster. One of his obsessions was a regulation for a far tougher version of the public charge rule, which had to go through a mandatory administrative process. In June 2018 emails obtained by Politico, Miller berated Cissna for the “unacceptable” timeframe, writing, “I don't care what you need to do to finish it on time.” Cissna stuck to his principles. “He believed,” said the former DHS official, that “this could all get done through the rule of law.”

    ACTIVISTS OUTSIDE THE SUPREME COURT IN NOVEMBER, FOLLOWING A HEARING ON DACA.(CHIP SOMODEVILLA /GETTY)

    OVER AND OVER, IN PUBLIC AND TO HIS STAFF WITHIN USCIS’s boxy beige headquarters on Massachusetts Avenue, Cissna insisted that his mission was simply to enforce the law as it was written. At an event last year, he brought along his copy of the Immigration and Nationality Act, a brick of a book stuffed with yellow post-it notes, and patted it almost affectionately. “Everything we do at the agency should be guided by that, not by, you know, any other thing,” he said in his halting manner. “That’s our Bible.”

    It was an effective claim, and a disingenuous one. So much of America’s immigration code is open to interpretation. There’s no objective test for whether a concert violinist meets the legal standard of “exceptional;” whether a full-stack Java developer is a “specialized” occupation; whether a certain type of kidney condition technically qualifies as a “hardship.” Many decisions inevitably come down to the judgement of individuals, which means they’re susceptible to the peculiar psychology of the immigration bureaucracy.

    “In my own office, I am queen,” one former visa adjudicator told me. What she meant was that the guy down the hallway might require a lot more evidence than she did, or interpret the legal criteria more stringently, and that it wouldn’t be remotely strange if they each reviewed the same case and reached opposite conclusions. Within processing offices, “people get reputations,” she said. There are the officers inclined to give applicants the benefit of the doubt and those hunting for a reason to deny. Many aren’t ideological at all, but are swayed by the preferences of their supervisors. “Everyone learns to write for the teacher,” one officer observed.

    All this variability gives each USCIS office a distinct culture. It’s why lawyers regard the Vermont processing center as reasonably fair and efficient and the one in California as more of a crapshoot. You can sense these distinctions as an immigrant, even if you don’t understand them. You file one application and it goes through smoothly; then a subsequent one gets snagged on some unseen impediment. A new boss, maybe, or a big immigration controversy, or some directive that causes the culture within the agency to change.

    A few months after Cissna was confirmed, in February 2018, he removed the phrase “nation of immigrants” from USCIS’s mission statement. Less noticed but more significant was his decision to strip references to “customer service” from internal manuals. Staffers knew exactly what this meant. USCIS started referring to applicants as “customers” during the Obama administration, and the change was detested by more skeptical employees, who preferred terms like “foreign nationals” or “aliens.” León Rodriguez, the agency’s director from 2014 to 2017, explained that the deletion of the word “customer” could reshape every aspect of an officer’s work: “It’s a statement that your performance will not be judged based on how you treat the people with whom you’re interacting. Your courtesy, transparency, care in explaining things, compassion. Over time that changes what people prioritize.”

    “THE STATISTICS FOR VISA APPROVALS AND DENIALS FOR THE LAST DECADE WERE RELATIVELY CONSISTENT,” SPAULDING SAID. “THEN ABOUT TWO YEARS AGO, ALL HELL BROKE LOOSE.”

    The new priority was visa fraud. There had long been a subset of staffers, including upper-level employees, who were convinced that most immigrants were trying to cheat the system in some way. They were mostly kept at bay because the agency’s own statistics showed consistently low levels of fraud. Under Cissna, that all changed. “There was a sense of urgency across the agency that was palpable,” said Spaulding, who worked as an investigator for the fraud unit in Philadelphia from 2006 until 2019. He described the new mandate as: “Your job as adjudicator is to ferret out fraud. Good adjudicators find fraud. Bad ones don’t.” Adjudicators were also trained in more adversarial styles of interviewing, Spaulding said, “like a Customs and Border Protection officer.” (USCIS spokesperson Matthew Bourke said adjudicators regularly receive training to detect fraud but are not instructed to be adversarial.) Across the agency, there was a pronounced shift to what Rodriguez called a “law enforcement model—the sort of culture change very much driven from the top.”
    Meanwhile, the political appointees under Cissna were churning out memos announcing administrative changes to visa processing that were devastating in their banality. “If you go through the statistics [for visa approvals] for the last decade, they were relatively consistent,” Spaulding said. “Then about two years ago, all hell broke loose.”

    The first memo, issued in October 2017, eliminated something called “prior deference.” Previously, if a person had been greenlit multiple times for certain visas, the adjudications officer would check the circumstances that had changed since the last one. Now, every petition has to be reviewed as if the person was a first-time applicant—a vastly more time-consuming exercise. A former USCIS lawyer told me the memo was very much motivated by the new emphasis on fraud: Excavating old applications provided an opportunity to “get that gotcha moment.” Publicly, though, the agency couldn’t cite that as the justification, “because the stats didn’t back it up. So we had to say something else.”

    The administration, Miller included, often insisted that its policies weren’t anti-immigrant, that it wanted to prioritize high-skilled workers over family-based migrants. And yet the changes coming out of USCIS seemed designed to make it difficult for those workers to come to the United States, too. Denials for first-time H1B applicants, who need a bachelor’s degree, jumped from 6 percent in the 2015 financial year to 32 percent in the first quarter of 2019. And even those numbers don’t tell the full story. An H1B visa typically lasts three years, but lawyers report a pattern of approvals for durations so short they are effectively useless—a week or even a day. In a hearing in D.C. district court, the judge asked the lawyer representing USCIS whether a one-day approval was “as good as a denial.” The government’s lawyer admitted: “There's little practical difference, I would agree with that.”

    EVERY USCIS OFFICE HAS ITS OWN DISTINCT CULTURE. (JOHN MOORE/GETTY)

    For immigrants trying to navigate the rapidly changing rules, everything just kept getting harder. The length of most forms has doubled or tripled or worse. Fees are going up for many visas. Under a new policy of mandatory in-person interviews for employment green cards, the average processing time has gone from around 10 months to more than two years in multiple cities. Yet another memo enabled the government to reject applications without giving the person a chance to correct errors, even incredibly trivial ones. ProPublica found a case that was rejected “because the seventh page, usually left blank, was not attached.” Another was denied “because it did not have a table of contents.” (USCIS has since said it does not intend to reject petitions for “innocent mistakes.”) Meanwhile, the agency has barricaded itself from communication. It is in the process of shuttering 16 of its 23 international offices. Where lawyers could once call or email the office that was handling a case, now they spend hours on hold in a Kafkaesque game of phone tag with a national customer service center. If they miss a return call, they have to start the inquiry from the beginning.

    Inside USCIS, the new restrictions and requirements created a “pattern of chaos,” Spaulding said, as adjudicators struggled to “respond to what they think their superiors want.” For instance, the agency is issuing far more RFEs, or requests for additional evidence. ( 7 ) In the first quarter of 2019, the agency issued RFEs in 60 percent of H1B cases, compared to only 20 percent in 2016.“RFEs used to be common sense under Obama—if you can show the evidence, you get approval,” said Matt Cameron, a Boston lawyer who handles both employment and asylum cases. Now, they’re used as a stalling device. Lawyers are routinely asked for basic documents they’ve already submitted. One attorney was told to prove that the client’s mechanical engineering degree was relevant to his job as a mechanical engineer. Another was instructed to provide additional evidence that her client’s marriage was genuine. “I’m like, are you high?” the lawyer said. “Two people who have adopted a child together eight years ago have a fake marriage?”

    More often, though, attorneys say they simply receive the same vague, boilerplate questions for multiple clients. For an officer behind on his caseload, Spaulding explained, an RFE is “one of the best ways to buy time.” While the applicant prepares a response, the case is no longer counted as open on the officer’s docket. By the end of 2018, USCIS’s total backlog of pending cases was a record 5.7 million.

    Still, Stephen Miller wasn’t satisfied. He kept pushing Cissna to rush out the public charge regulation before it had been fully vetted. When word started to spread that Cissna could be forced out, restrictionist groups told reporters his ouster would be a “colossal mistake.” But it was too late. On May 24, Cissna resigned at Trump’s request in a Miller-driven purge that also claimed DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen. (Cissna didn’t respond to requests for comment.) For the past two years, one USCIS career staffer recalled, she and her demoralized colleagues kept telling themselves that “it could be worse.” Then, in June, Ken Cuccinelli was named the agency’s acting director—“and it did get worse.”

    A MAKESHIFT ENCAMPMENT AT THE U.S. BORDER PATROL STATION IN MCALLEN, TEXAS, THIS MAY.(REUTERS/LOREN ELLIOTT)

    LATE THIS SUMMER, KEN CUCCINELLI INSTALLED A lumpy human-sized replica of the Statue of Liberty in USCIS headquarters, by a window overlooking Massachusetts Avenue. It was a very on-brand bit of trolling: About two weeks earlier, he had finally announced the public charge regulation at a press conference at the White House. There, Cuccinelli suggested that the famous Emma Lazarus poem affixed to the Statue of Liberty (the real one) would be more accurate if it read: “Give me your tired and your poor who can stand on their own two feet and who will not become a public charge.” The poem, he added, was about “people coming from Europe.”

    Cuccinelli is a very different political animal from Cissna, one far more suited to Trumpworld. One of his conditions for accepting the job, according to a source, was that a government car ferry him every day to Washington from his home an hour and a half away in rural Nokesville, Virginia. A conservative purist with a showman’s instinct, he tweets a lot, often about Immigrations and Customs Enforcement or CBP operations that seemed to excite him more than the work of his own agency. Some of the tweets are transparently bespoke for an audience of one. In September, he posted an image of a framed photograph of Trump next to a giant stack of paper, which was a new USCIS policy changing all uses of “foreign nationals” to “aliens.”

    KEN CUCCINELLI WITH LADY LIBERTY AND WITH CBP OFFICERS ON THE RIO GRANDE. (@USCISCUCCINELLI/TWITTER)

    He also shares his boss’s impatience with the slow pace of policy-making. “It seems like everybody in government defers to DOJ,” Cuccinelli told Mark Krikorian at a recent panel discussion. “I don’t operate that way. Lawyers advise and they can deal with my decision as best they can. They may not be [happy].” A former DHS official who worked with Cissna told me Cuccinelli “respected what Cissna did. But where Cissna would have to get something to 98 percent to make him feel good, I think Ken Cuccinelli is much more of a 60 or 70 percent kind of guy.”

    Some DHS leaders, though, felt Cuccinelli’s Trumpian pronouncements were getting in the way of Trump’s agenda. Exhibit A was the outrage provoked by his comments on the Statue of Liberty. “There was concern at DHS that you had an extremely complicated rule, the public charge, which deserved a full policy discussion,” said one former official. “It was fettered by this discussion of the poem, which bore no relevance to the issue.” Asked whether Cuccinelli had ignited the controversy by accident or on purpose, the official paused for an uncomfortably long time and finally said, dryly, “He thinks of himself as a very talented communicator.”

    Out of all the administration’s immigration reforms, the public charge rule has been the most ambitious by far. In the past, the term was defined to mean anyone who was primarily dependent on government assistance. Restrictionists pointed out that only cash benefits were counted—excluding major entitlements like food stamps, Medicaid and housing subsidies. But the new definition is aggressively broad. Most new immigrants aren’t actually eligible for welfare. But the rule grants officers vast discretion to determine whether the applicant might become a public charge at any point in the future. They would be empowered to collect reams of personal financial information and reject any applicant whose income is lower than 250 percent of the poverty line, even if that person has a financial sponsor.

    In essence, the rule would create a backdoor mechanism to alter the composition of immigrants to the United States. Low-income legal immigrants tend to be nonwhite, and they also tend to come here via family-based green cards. According to an analysis by the Migration Policy Institute, the new definition would potentially exclude more than half of all family-based green card applicants. That is, 71 percent of applicants from Central America, 69 percent from Africa, 52 percent from Asia—but only 36 percent from Europe, Canada and Oceania. The regulation, said Ur Jaddou, chief counsel of USCIS during the Obama administration, “fundamentally changes who gets to use our legal immigration system by race and class without an act of Congress.” (In October, a few days before the rule was due to go into effect, it was temporarily halted by three federal judges. The government is expected to appeal.)

    Cuccinelli’s other priority was asylum, one of two major humanitarian categories of legal immigration. (The other is the refugee program, for people requesting protection while in a foreign country rather than at the U.S. border.) Miller had long been incensed that around 90 percent of people pass the “credible fear” screening—the initial interview that determines whether a claim will go before an immigration judge. People explained to him in meetings that the first hurdle was set intentionally low by Congress, to ensure asylum seekers get a fair hearing, and that only a minority (28 percent) eventually succeed. But Miller was convinced the screenings were an outrageous loophole and demanded they be made more restrictive. Cissna pointed out that the agency couldn’t change the requirements without breaking the law. At one meeting, when Miller kept hounding him about it, Cissna finally erupted. “Enough. Enough. Stand down!” he shouted, according to The New York Times. Cuccinelli had none of these qualms. On his second day on the job, according to Buzzfeed, he sent the division an email scolding officers for failing to prevent “frivolous” claims.

    THE “SHEER NUMBER OF BOTH SIGNIFICANT AND LESS SIGNIFICANT CHANGES IS OVERWHELMING,” SAID THE FORMER USCIS CHIEF COUNSEL. “IT WILL TAKE AN AMBITIOUS PLAN OVER A SERIES OF YEARS TO UNDO IT ALL.”

    Within USCIS, asylum officers have always been a band apart. They work in a separate office from visa adjudicators and wear plain clothes, no badges. When the division was launched in the 1980s, it was something of a scandal to visa officers when it was staffed with human rights lawyers and refugee workers. Today, the asylum corps is especially resented by border patrol agents, a longtime officer said. “In their view, we’re a bunch of hippies letting in people they try to keep out.”

    But there’s nothing hippie-ish about the work they do. Asylum officers go through hundreds of hours of rigorous training, learning to distinguish the person who has assumed a false identity because they’re fleeing a violent gang from the person assuming a false identity because they’re a member of that gang. Vetting an applicant can take anywhere between two and five years. “I have to make sure I’m not getting the wool pulled over my eyes by a war criminal,” the officer explained. Since Congress isn’t likely to overhaul the asylum criteria anytime soon, Cuccinelli set about changing the culture of the division itself. Under a DHS pilot program, around 60 border patrol officers are now conducting credible fear screenings. According to government data obtained by Buzzfeed, they have approved less than half of applicants so far. The agency is also hiring 500 new asylum officers, targeting people with law enforcement or military backgrounds, who, according to USCIS spokesperson Matthew Bourke, are “uniquely equipped to support the agency’s improved vetting procedures and fraud-detection efforts.” In a particularly unsubtle move, the division’s head, John Lafferty, was replaced by the director of the fraud unit.

    When you put all of this together, it’s clear that the Trump administration has fundamentally altered the nature of humanitarian immigration to the United States—initiatives that are supported by both parties and have been an essential component of foreign policy since the end of World War II. In 2017, Gene Hamilton and Stephen Miller tag-teamed to reduce annual refugee admissions from 110,000 to 45,000. Since then, the number has been slashed to an all-time low of 18,000. In October, the administration started implementing a regulation ordering that asylum seekers be turned away from the southern border if they have passed through another country without seeking asylum there first. What this means, in practice, is that the only people able to seek asylum at the border are Mexican citizens.

    And yet the restrictionists still aren’t satisfied. After all, the administration hasn’t come close to their goal of halving legal immigration. “Any real changes”—such as ending birthright citizenship or the visa lottery—“are the kind of thing Congress would have to approve,” said Krikorian. FAIR’s governmental relations director, RJ Hauman, told me Trump “botched” his first year with a flawed rollout of the travel ban on seven Muslim-majority countries. “It tainted everything,” he said, especially the president’s chances of getting more ambitious reforms through Congress.

    SHERIFFS FROM AROUND THE COUNTRY MEET PRESIDENT TRUMP AT A FAIR EVENT IN SEPTEMBER. (WHITE HOUSE/JOYCE N. BOGHOSIAN)

    In response, the administration is doing its utmost to appease its most hardcore supporters. For 13 years, FAIR has held an annual convention in Washington D.C. to connect conservative talk radio hosts and anti-immigration personalities. Under previous presidents, it was a niche affair, but this September’s event might as well have been sponsored by the Trump administration. FAIR flew in nearly 200 sheriffs, who received a briefing at the White House from Kellyanne Conway, as well as a photo op with Trump. Afterwards, they made their way back to the Phoenix Park Hotel, just around the corner from DHS. Some 70 radio hosts were crammed into a couple of conference rooms. “We’re in the heart of the swamp, up to our knees in muck,” FAIR’s communications director, Dave Ray, remarked to a talk show host named Tom Roten, who has blamed immigrants for his West Virginia county having “the highest concentration of HIV in the country, maybe even the world.” (This is not true.) Ray went on to discuss the “human carnage caused by criminal aliens and drugs;” at one point, Roten asked, “What if we cut the snake off at the head at the border?”

    Cuccinelli spent an entire morning powering through eight back-to-back interviews, fueled by his usual cup of McDonalds sweet tea. He talked about family separation with Roten who complained that “the media only shows these kids crying.” Children were constantly crossing the border with different adults, pretending to be related, he stated. “You’re exactly right, Tom. They’re being recycled,” Cuccinelli agreed. (Greg Navano, ICE’s assistant director of investigative programs, said that among other methods, the agency sometimes conducts DNA tests of family units, and that around 15 percent of the tests uncovered an adult falsely claiming to be a child’s biological parent.)

    In November, Cuccinelli was promoted to DHS deputy acting secretary. Kathy Nuebel Kovarik became acting deputy at USCIS and Robert Law, the former FAIR lobbyist, ascended to the head of the policy office. The agency has promised a new flurry of major policy changes before the end of the year. And in what is perhaps the purest expression of the administration's intentions so far, it started sending Central American asylum seekers to Guatemala with no access to an attorney, no review by an immigration court, far away from the border infrastructure of activists and reporters and lawyers or any form of help at all.

    AN INFANT IN BORDER PATROL CUSTODY.(JOHN MOORE/GETTY)

    IT’S EASY ENOUGH TO BELIEVE THAT BECAUSE NONE of the Trump administration’s reforms are entrenched in law, they can be overturned as quickly as they were introduced. And yet even though, in theory, the policy memos can all be withdrawn, the “sheer number of both significant and less significant changes is overwhelming,” said Jaddou, the former USCIS chief counsel. “It will take an ambitious plan over a series of years to undo it all.” Formal regulations, like the third-country asylum rule and public charge rule, if it succeeds, will be especially hard to unravel.

    The institutional implications run deeper. The backlog of delayed cases will likely take several years to get under control. The administration has promoted six judges with some of the highest asylum denial rates to the Justice Department’s immigration appeals court, including one who threatened to set a dog on a 2-year-old child for failing to be quiet in his courtroom. Those appointments are permanent.

    The refugee program, too, will take years to rebuild. The plunge in admissions caused a plunge in funding to the nine resettlement agencies, which have closed more than 100 offices around the country since 2016. That’s a third of their capacity, according to a report by Refugees Council USA. “The whole infrastructure is deteriorating,” said Rodriguez, the former USCIS director. Because the application process is so lengthy, even if a new administration raises refugee admissions on day one, it would take as long as five years before increased numbers of people actually make it to the United States. Consider that in January 2017, the State Department briefly paused in-bound flights for refugees who had finally made it through the gauntlet of health, security and other checks. As of this summer, some of those refugees were still waiting to leave. While the flights were grounded, they missed the two-month window during which all of their documents were current. When one document expires, it can take months to replace, causing others to expire and trapping the refugee in what the report called “a domino effect of expiring validity periods.”

    Even harder to repair is the culture shift within USCIS. New visa adjudicators will remain in their jobs long after the political appointees have gone—kings and queens of their own offices. Employees who were promoted for their skeptical inclinations will stay in those positions, setting priorities for subordinates. The multitude of changes at USCIS are the product of an administration that regards immigration as its political lifeblood. There’s no guarantee—or indication—that any of the potential Democratic nominees would apply the same obsessive zeal to overturning them.

    Back in 1924, Johnson-Reed’s supporters never anticipated the Holocaust, and yet they expanded its horrors. We don’t know where our own future is headed, but we live in a time of metastasizing instability. Last year, the United Nations’ official tally of refugees passed 70 million, the highest since World War II. Mass migrations, whether because of violence or inequality or environmental calamity or some murky blend of factors that don't conveniently fit existing laws, are the reality and challenge of our era. There aren’t any easy solutions. But already, what started as a series of small, obscure administrative changes is resulting in unthinkable cruelty. If left to continue, it will, in every sense, redefine what it means to be American.


              

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    A ProMED-mail post < http://www.promedmail.org> ProMED-mail is a program of the International Society for Infectious Diseases < http://www.isid.org>

    Date: Wed 27 Nov 2019
    Source: KOMO News [edited] < https://komonews.com/news/local/local-e-coli-outbreak-potentially-tied-to-4-seattle-restaurants>


    Health officials are investigating a local _Escherichia coli_ outbreak potentially tied to 4 Seattle-area restaurants that is separate from a national outbreak linked to romaine lettuce from Salinas, California. At least 7 people have been infected in the local outbreak, and 6 of them reported eating raw vegetables or leafy greens at 4 different Evergreens restaurants in King County.

    All 7 of the victims were affected by the same strain of _E. coli_, which is different from the strain in the national outbreak. One ill person was hospitalized locally, and all have since recovered. The 4 Evergreen restaurants where the victims ate all have excellent food safety ratings, and health officials say it's possible that the local outbreak could be the result of a contaminated product delivered to and served at Evergreens.

    "We are still investigating and do not yet have conclusive results about what caused the outbreak," said Public Health Seattle-King County in a prepared statement.

    Illness onsets occurred between 10-15 Nov 2019. Meal dates were between 5-11 Nov 2019. _E. coli_ symptoms include bloody diarrhea, stomach cramps, and nausea. An investigation determined that all 4 Evergreens restaurants practise proper sanitizing practices to help prevent the spread of _E. coli_. Evergreens restaurants also discarded all romaine lettuce products from their stores, including romaine on the line and in coolers.

    The public health department is working with the state Department of Agriculture and US Department of Agriculture on tracing back the distributors and sources for ingredients the ill people consumed in their meals.

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    communicated by: ProMED-mail < promed@promedmail.org>

    [Although not specifically stated, this small cluster of cases is likely due to an enterohemorrhagic _E. coli_. The posting states that the strain was different from the current outbreak of serotype O157 from romaine lettuce but it is unclear if it is a different strain of O157 or a different serotype altogether (such as O111 or O26). - Mod.LL

    HealthMap/ProMED-mail map of Washington, United States: < http://healthmap.org/promed/p/3248>.]

    [See Also:
    E. coli EHEC - USA (28): O157, romaine lettuce http://promedmail.org/post/20191127.6799440
    E. coli EHEC - USA (27): O157, romaine lettuce http://promedmail.org/post/20191124.6793708
    E. coli EHEC - USA (26), possible salad source http://promedmail.org/post/20191121.6789750
    E. coli EHEC - USA (25): (OR) ground beef, recall http://promedmail.org/post/20191120.6785356
    E. coli EHEC - USA (24): (MD) O157, prepackaged salad http://promedmail.org/post/20191118.6785355
    E. coli EHEC - USA (23): (WI) http://promedmail.org/post/20191117.6783064
    E. coli EHEC - USA (22): (WI) O157, possible salad source, RFI http://promedmail.org/post/20191114.6778989
    E. coli EHEC - USA (21): (KY) siblings http://promedmail.org/post/20191031.6756403
    E. coli EHEC - USA (20): (MN) O157, state fair, livestock exposure http://promedmail.org/post/20190919.6682768
    E. coli EHEC - USA (19): (Philadelphia) http://promedmail.org/post/20190905.6659371
    E. coli EHEC - USA (18): (MN) lake swimming http://promedmail.org/post/20190822.6635293
    E. coli EHEC - USA (17): (MN) lake swimming http://promedmail.org/post/20190815.6622983
    E. coli EHEC - USA (16): (SD) http://promedmail.org/post/20190731.6598318
    E. coli EHEC - USA (15): (ME) O26, ex Iceland (SL) http://promedmail.org/post/20190722.6581313
    E. coli EHEC - USA, Canada: O103, O121, ground bison, alert, recall http://promedmail.org/post/20190717.6572099
    E. coli EHEC - USA (14): (CO) O157, restaurant http://promedmail.org/post/20190713.6566584
    E. coli EHEC - USA (13): (CA) county fair, fatal http://promedmail.org/post/20190705.6554115
    E. coli EHEC - USA (12): (CA) county fair, fatal http://promedmail.org/post/20190701.6545757
    E. coli EHEC - USA (11): (MO) http://promedmail.org/post/20190623.6534267
    E. coli EHEC - USA (10): O26, flour, alert, recall http://promedmail.org/post/20190615.6522440
    E. coli EHEC - USA (09): (IL) http://promedmail.org/post/20190611.6513053
    E. coli EHEC - USA (08): flour, alert, recall http://promedmail.org/post/20190527.6488348
    E. coli EHEC - USA (07): O103, ground beef, CDC, recall http://promedmail.org/post/20190514.6468615
    E. coli EHEC - USA (06): O103, ground beef, CDC, recall http://promedmail.org/post/20190424.6436748
    E. coli EHEC - USA (05): O103, ground beef, CDC http://promedmail.org/post/20190413.6420590
    E. coli EHEC - USA (04): O103, CDC http://promedmail.org/post/20190410.6414420
    E. coli EHEC - USA (03): O103, CDC http://promedmail.org/post/20190405.6406761
    E. coli EHEC - USA (02): O103, multistate spread http://promedmail.org/post/20190404.6404859
    E. coli EHEC - USA: (KY) O103 http://promedmail.org/post/20190329.6393053

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    E. coli EHEC - USA, Canada: O157, romaine lettuce http://promedmail.org/post/20181122.6159743
    E. coli EHEC - USA (28): O157, romaine lettuce http://promedmail.org/post/20181120.6156581
    E. coli EHEC - USA (20): O157, romaine lettuce, water source http://promedmail.org/post/20180702.5882323
    E. coli EHEC - USA (15): O157, romaine lettuce, more cases, fatal http://promedmail.org/post/20180604.5837662
    E. coli EHEC - USA (13): O157, romaine lettuce, increasing cases, fatality http://promedmail.org/post/20180517.5799620
    E. coli EHEC - USA (12): O157, romaine lettuce, increasing cases, fatality http://promedmail.org/post/20180510.5791677
    E. coli EHEC - USA (10): O157, romaine lettuce, fatality http://promedmail.org/post/20180502.5780249
    E. coli EHEC - USA: O157, leafy greens http://promedmail.org/post/20180110.5550773

              

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    A ProMED-mail post ProMED-mail is a program of the International Society for Infectious Diseases

    Date: Tue 26 Nov 2019
    Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) [edited]


    Since the previous update on 22 Nov 2019, an additional 27 ill people have been reported. As of 25 Nov 2019, a total of 67 people infected with the outbreak strain of _Escherichia coli_ O157:H7 have been reported from 19 states.

    State / Ill people
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    Arizona / 3
    California / 4
    Colorado / 1
    Idaho / 3
    Illinois / 1
    Maryland / 4
    Michigan / 1
    Minnesota / 3
    Montana / 1
    Nebraska / 1
    New Jersey / 1
    New Mexico / 2
    Ohio / 12
    Oregon / 1
    Pennsylvania / 3
    Texas / 2
    Virginia / 2
    Washington / 1
    Wisconsin / 21
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    Total / 67

    Illnesses started on dates ranging from 24 Sep 2019 to 14 Nov 2019. Ill people range in age from 3 to 89 years, with a median age of 25. 67 per cent of ill people are female. Of 50 ill people with information available, 39 hospitalizations have been reported, including 6 people who developed hemolytic uremic syndrome (HUS), a type of kidney failure. No deaths have been reported.

    Investigation of the outbreak
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    Epidemiologic, laboratory, and traceback evidence indicate that romaine lettuce from the Salinas, California growing region is the likely source of this outbreak. FDA and states continue to trace the source of the romaine lettuce eaten by ill people. Preliminary information indicates that some of the ill people ate lettuce grown in Salinas, California. No common grower, supplier, distributor, or brand of romaine lettuce has been identified.

    CDC continues to advise that consumers not eat, and retailers not sell, any romaine lettuce grown in Salinas, California. The investigation is ongoing to determine the source of contamination and whether additional products are linked to illness.

    This outbreak is caused by the same strain of _E. coli_ O157:H7 that caused outbreaks linked to leafy greens in 2017 and to romaine lettuce in 2018.

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    [On 14 Nov 2019, ProMED-mail first posted on 3 cases of O157 infection occurring in the Eau Claire, WI area. Since the last CDC post on 24 Nov 2019, 2 days ago, 27 more cases have been recognized. It is not that the 27 cases occurred in the 2 days but, rather, that they occurred previously and have now, through testing, been shown to be associated with the outbreak. We await additional updates on the total in Wisconsin and nationwide. - Mod.LL

    HealthMap/ProMED map available at: United States: ]

    [See Also:
    E. coli EHEC - USA (27): O157, romaine lettuce http://promedmail.org/post/20191124.6793708
    E. coli EHEC - USA (26), possible salad source http://promedmail.org/post/20191121.6789750
    E. coli EHEC - USA (25): (OR) ground beef, recall http://promedmail.org/post/20191120.6785356
    E. coli EHEC - USA (24): (MD) O157, prepackaged salad http://promedmail.org/post/20191118.6785355
    E. coli EHEC - USA (23): (WI) http://promedmail.org/post/20191117.6783064
    E. coli EHEC - USA (22): (WI) O157, possible salad source, RFI http://promedmail.org/post/20191114.6778989
    E. coli EHEC - USA (21): (KY) siblings http://promedmail.org/post/20191031.6756403
    E. coli EHEC - USA (20): (MN) O157, state fair, livestock exposure http://promedmail.org/post/20190919.6682768
    E. coli EHEC - USA (19): (Philadelphia) http://promedmail.org/post/20190905.6659371
    E. coli EHEC - USA (18): (MN) lake swimming http://promedmail.org/post/20190822.6635293
    E. coli EHEC - USA (17): (MN) lake swimming http://promedmail.org/post/20190815.6622983
    E. coli EHEC - USA (16): (SD) http://promedmail.org/post/20190731.6598318
    E. coli EHEC - USA (15): (ME) O26, ex Iceland (SL) http://promedmail.org/post/20190722.6581313
    E. coli EHEC - USA, Canada: O103, O121, ground bison, alert, recall http://promedmail.org/post/20190717.6572099
    E. coli EHEC - USA (14): (CO) O157, restaurant http://promedmail.org/post/20190713.6566584
    E. coli EHEC - USA (13): (CA) county fair, fatal http://promedmail.org/post/20190705.6554115
    E. coli EHEC - USA (12): (CA) county fair, fatal http://promedmail.org/post/20190701.6545757
    E. coli EHEC - USA (11): (MO) http://promedmail.org/post/20190623.6534267
    E. coli EHEC - USA (10): O26, flour, alert, recall http://promedmail.org/post/20190615.6522440
    E. coli EHEC - USA (09): (IL) http://promedmail.org/post/20190611.6513053
    E. coli EHEC - USA (08): flour, alert, recall http://promedmail.org/post/20190527.6488348
    E. coli EHEC - USA (07): O103, ground beef, CDC, recall http://promedmail.org/post/20190514.6468615
    E. coli EHEC - USA (06): O103, ground beef, CDC, recall http://promedmail.org/post/20190424.6436748
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    E. coli EHEC - USA (02): O103, multistate spread http://promedmail.org/post/20190404.6404859
    E. coli EHEC - USA: (KY) O103 http://promedmail.org/post/20190329.6393053

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    E. coli EHEC - USA, Canada: O157, romaine lettuce http://promedmail.org/post/20181122.6159743
    E. coli EHEC - USA (28): O157, romaine lettuce http://promedmail.org/post/20181120.6156581
    E. coli EHEC - USA (20): O157, romaine lettuce, water source http://promedmail.org/post/20180702.5882323
    E. coli EHEC - USA (15): O157, romaine lettuce, more cases, fatal http://promedmail.org/post/20180604.5837662
    E. coli EHEC - USA (13): O157, romaine lettuce, increasing cases, fatality http://promedmail.org/post/20180517.5799620
    E. coli EHEC - USA (12): O157, romaine lettuce, increasing cases, fatality http://promedmail.org/post/20180510.5791677
    E. coli EHEC - USA (10): O157, romaine lettuce, fatality http://promedmail.org/post/20180502.5780249
    E. coli EHEC - USA: O157, leafy greens http://promedmail.org/post/20180110.5550773

              

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    Date: Thu 14 Nov 2019
    From: Larry Lutwick [edited]


    Over the past 5 days, our health care facility in northwest Wisconsin, USA, has seen 3 women hospitalized with _E coli_ O157 infection. All presented with significant abdominal pain without fever and watery diarrhea which in 2 progressed to bloody diarrhea. None of the 3 have manifested any evidence of hemolytic-uremic syndrome. Both of the women seen by the Infectious Diseases service stated that their diet contains a lot of salads.

    We would appreciate any reports of upswings in the number of cases of this process in the upper Midwest USA or elsewhere.

    --
    Larry Lutwick MD
    Eau Claire, Wisconsin


    [Although the classical source of enterohemorrhagic _E. coli_ infections is ground beef, fresh produce as in salad ingredients are also well represented as vehicles of transmission. ProMED would appreciate any further reports as the country health departments work on this as yet small outbreak. - Mod.LL

    HealthMap/ProMED map available at: Wisconsin, United States: ]

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    E. coli EHEC - USA (03): O103, CDC http://promedmail.org/post/20190405.6406761
    E. coli EHEC - USA (02): O103, multistate spread http://promedmail.org/post/20190404.6404859
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    E. coli EHEC - USA (28): O157, romaine lettuce http://promedmail.org/post/20181120.6156581
    E. coli EHEC - USA (27): (UT) http://promedmail.org/post/20181028.6113669
    E. coli EHEC - USA (26): O26, ground beef, alert, recall http://promedmail.org/post/20180920.6041171
    E. coli EHEC - USA (25): (WA) raw milk http://promedmail.org/post/20180909.6016693
    E. coli EHEC - USA (24): (FL) O26, grocery chain ground beef, alert, recall http://promedmail.org/post/20180831.5998786
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    E. coli EHEC - USA (21): (TN) O157, 2 clusters, 2 sources http://promedmail.org/post/20180706.5891482
    E. coli EHEC - USA (20): O157, romaine lettuce, water source http://promedmail.org/post/20180702.5882323
    E. coli EHEC - USA (19): (UT, AZ) O157, 2017 http://promedmail.org/post/20180616.5858104
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    E. coli EHEC - USA (15): O157, romaine lettuce, more cases, fatal http://promedmail.org/post/20180604.5837662
    E. coli EHEC - USA (14): (WA) sandwich shops http://promedmail.org/post/20180527.5820803
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    In this update:

    [1] 40 people in 16 states ill
    [2] CDC

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    [1] 40 people in 16 states ill
    Date: Fri 22 Nov 2019
    Source: CNN [edited]


    A total of 40 people in 16 states have fallen ill due to an _E. coli_ outbreak in romaine lettuce, according to a report from the CDC and US FDA.

    The agencies warn consumers, retailers and restaurants not to purchase or sell romaine lettuce harvested in Salinas, California, about 59 miles south of San Jose. The warning includes all types of romaine lettuce, according to a CDC tweet. So far, 28 people were hospitalized, though no deaths were reported, according to the FDA. Wisconsin has had 10 cases, the most reported from the 16 states, the CDC said.

    "If romaine lettuce does not have labeling information for its growing area or the source cannot be confirmed, consumers should not eat or use the romaine," said Frank Yiannas, FDA's deputy commissioner for food policy and response. "Restaurants and retailers should not serve or sell romaine lettuce if they cannot confirm it is from outside Salinas."

    This outbreak was caused by the same _E. coli_ strain that caused outbreaks in 2017 and 2018, according to Yiannas and the CDC.

    "Heading into the Thanksgiving holiday, it is critically important to avoid buying or eating romaine lettuce from the Salinas growing area so you can protect yourself and your family," said Robert Tauxe, CDC's director of the division of foodborne, waterborne and environmental diseases.

    This strain is known as the Shiga toxin-producing _E. coli_, which can cause 3-4 days of sickness after swallowing the germ, the CDC says. Most people who swallow this strain experience possible bloody diarrhea, severe stomach cramps and vomiting, the CDC says.

    Recovery usually takes about a week, but the CDC says the strain can lead to longer and more severe illness.

    [Byline: Amir Vera]

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    [2] CDC
    Date: Fri 22 Nov 2019
    Source: CDC [edited]


    Since the initial investigation notice, 23 additional ill people have been reported. As of 21 Nov 2019, a total of 40 people infected with the outbreak strain of _E. coli_ O157:H7 have been reported from 16 states.

    State / Ill People
    ------------------
    Arizona / 2
    California / 4
    Colorado / 1
    Idaho / 3
    Illinois / 1
    Maryland / 3
    Michigan / 1
    Minnesota / 1
    Montana / 1
    New Jersey/ 1
    New Mexico / 2
    Ohio / 5
    Pennsylvania / 3
    Virginia / 1
    Washington / 1
    Wisconsin / 10
    -----------------
    Total / 40

    Illnesses started on dates ranging from 24 Sep 2019, to 10 Nov 2019. Ill people range in age from 3 to 89 years, with a median age of 22. Six* percent of ill people are female. Of 39 ill people with information available, 28 hospitalizations have been reported, including 5 people who developed hemolytic uremic syndrome (HUS), a type of kidney failure. No deaths have been reported.

    Epidemiologic, laboratory, and traceback evidence indicate that romaine lettuce from the Salinas, California growing region is a likely source of this outbreak.

    In interviews, ill people answered questions about the foods they ate and other exposures in the week before they became ill. Eight (80%) of 10 people interviewed reported eating romaine lettuce. This percentage is significantly higher than results from a survey of healthy people in which 47% reported eating romaine lettuce in the week before they were interviewed. Ill people in Maryland reported eating Ready Pac Foods Bistro Chicken Caesar Salad. To date, ill people in other states have not reported eating this particular salad, which contained romaine lettuce from the Salinas, California growing region.

    As reported on 20 Nov 2019, the Maryland Department of Health external icon identified _E. coli_ O157 in romaine lettuce from an unopened package of Ready Pac Foods Bistro Chicken Caesar Salad collected from a sick person's home in Maryland. Whole genome sequencing has been completed and shows that the _E. coli_ strain in the romaine lettuce is closely related genetically to the _E. coli_ found in sick people in this outbreak. This provides additional evidence that people in this outbreak got sick from eating romaine lettuce.

    FDA and states are tracing the source of the romaine lettuce eaten by ill people. Preliminary information indicates that some of the ill people ate lettuce grown in Salinas, California. No common grower, supplier, distributor, or brand of romaine lettuce has been identified.

    CDC is advising that consumers not eat, and retailers not sell, any romaine lettuce harvested from Salinas, California until more information is available. The investigation is ongoing to determine the source of contamination and whether additional products are linked to illness.

    This outbreak is caused by the same strain of _E. coli_ O157:H7 that caused outbreaks linked to leafy greens in 2017 and to romaine lettuce in 2018.

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    Communicated by: ProMED-mail

    [On 14 Nov 2019, ProMED 1st posted on 3 cases of O157 infection occurring in the Eau Claire, WI area. It has been stated that at least 20 cases have been reported throughout Wisconsin. We await additional updates on the total in Wisconsin and nationwide. - Mod.LL

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    The Bears entered Week 13 with just a 2 percent chance to make the NFL playoffs, which at this point would only come in the form of the sixth seed and final wild-card spot. In order to get to the postseason, the Bears have to leapfrog the Minnesota Vikings (8-3) and Los Angeles Rams (7-5) while holding off teams like the Philadelphia Eagles and Carolina Panthers along the way. On Sunday, the Bears received unexpected help in their cause when the Eagles (5-7) lost to the lowly Miami Dolphins, 37-31.
              

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    Senior Sales Engineer - Greater Philadelphia Area – PA, NJ, United States - B&R Industrial Automation - Philadelphia, PA

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    New ballet studio opens in Pittsburg

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    Lufthansa Faces $6.4 Million Penalty For Breaching FAA Regulations

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