PG&E is Monitoring a Severe Wind Event Later this Week That Could Impact Nearly 30 Counties Across Northern and Central California   


San Francisco, CA…PG&E announced today that its meteorological and operations teams in its Emergency Operations Center continue to monitor a potentially widespread, strong and dry wind event Wednesday morning through Thursday afternoon. The event will impact northern, central, coastal and Bay Area counties across much of PG&E’s service area. In response to this anticipated event, […]

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Bellator 229 Live Stream: Watch Koreshkov vs Larkin Online   

Bellator MMA returns on Friday, October 4 with Bellator 229 at Pechanga Resort Casino in Temecula, California. The event follows...

I Went to a Rick Santorum Speech and Lived to Blog About It   

I arrived a half hour early to the Mabee Center at Oral Roberts University, which turned out to be a good idea. There were already hundreds of people crowded into the lobby waiting for a “town hall” sponsored by the ORU College Republicans featuring Rick Santorum. The event was initially scheduled to take place in a banquet […]

Japan: Nintendo Live 2019 could be canceled due to Super Typhoon Hagibis   

Nintendo has had to inform fans this morning that the Nintendo Live 2019 event which is held at the Kyoto International Conference Centre could be canceled due to Super Typhoon Hagibis. The event is scheduled for 13th October until 14th October, but depending on the course of the Typhoon, the event could be canceled due to […]

Diwali in Whangārei - buffet lunch and entertainment galore   

A fusion of multinational and multicultural performers with Indian artists is set to wow the crowd during the popular Diwali celebration in Whangārei this weekend.The event is being organised by the Northland Indian Association...

fw: Haiku in Illinois in Sept,   

Haiku: Where Do We Go From Here? The Midwest Region of the Haiku Society of America will host the organization’s Annual National Meeting with an exciting symposium and cultural events in Metro Chicago, Friday through Sunday, Sept. 27-29. The Symposium’s theme will be: Contemporary Haiku: Where Do We Go From Here? The event will be […]

Philippine Leader Rodrigo Duterte Says He Has Neuromuscular Disease   


Philippine Leader Rodrigo Duterte Says He Has Neuromuscular DiseaseMANILA, Philippines -- President Rodrigo Duterte of the Philippines has revealed that he has a neuromuscular disease that has led to a slew of medical problems, including making his eye droop.Duterte, who was in Russia for a state visit, told the Filipino community there Saturday night that he has myasthenia gravis, a chronic autoimmune disease that leads to skeletal muscle weakness. He said the disease ran in his family.The revelation came amid continued public speculation about his health. There have been periods when the famously bombastic president has been out of the public eye for days, prompting headlines guessing about his whereabouts and even rumors of his death.But his communications officers have said that Duterte, 74, like any other older person, needs his own personal time.The president revealed the ailment after he apparently made a joke about not being able to look straight at a woman with whom he had danced a duet during the event in Moscow."I have a talent," Duterte said, according to official transcripts provided by his office afterward. "When I look at you, my other eye droops. Do you see? The other eye is smaller. It goes where it wants."He added: "Actually, that's myasthenia gravis. It's a nerve malfunction."Duterte said his grandfather had also had the disease, adding, "So I believe, really, in genetics."The disease often affects the muscles that control the eyes, facial expression, speaking and swallowing, according to the Philippine Medical Association.Duterte came to power in 2016 vowing to rid the country of drug dealers and to wipe out other crimes. Since then, the Philippines' war on drugs has led to thousands of killings allegedly by police and vigilantes, which rights groups have denounced as an atrocity.This year, the United Nations' Human Rights Council voted to examine the thousands of killings linked to Duterte's campaign.Over the years, his public outbursts have included insults against women, the United States and God.In May, the president dropped out of sight for a week, prompting concerns on social media. His aides later tried to quell the rumors by releasing photographs of Duterte having breakfast.One image showed him with the latest issue of a newspaper, suggesting an effort to prove that the picture had been taken on the same day.Last year, Duterte revealed that he had undergone an endoscopy and colonoscopy and that doctors had found he had, he said, "a bad case of Barrett."He was referring to Barrett's esophagus, a complication of gastroesophageal reflux disease, or GERD, in which the contents of the stomach flow backward into the esophagus.The president has also said he has Buerger's disease, which leads to constriction of blood vessels in the arms and legs.This article originally appeared in The New York Times.(C) 2019 The New York Times Company


UK to publish updated no-deal Brexit tariffs shortly -minister   


UK to publish updated no-deal Brexit tariffs shortly -ministerThe British government has reviewed the tariffs it plans to apply in the event the country leaves the European Union without a deal and will publish them shortly, junior trade minister Conor Burns said on Monday. In March, it set out the tariffs it planned to impose for up to 12 months after a no-deal Brexit. "The government has remained responsive to the concerns of business and has reviewed the tariffs that will come into effect if the UK left the EU without a deal," Burns told parliament.


Booze & Bacon Festival Returns to Casper Dec. 14th   

The event will feature bacon-filled dishes from a variety of local restaurants and samples of beer and liquor from national and local reps.

Gwen DeVoe - Episode #253   

Gwendolyn DeVoe is the Creator and Executive Producer of Full Figured Fashion Week®, an annual presentation of the fashion industry’s finest plus models, designers, retailers, boutiques and businesses with products and services for the plus community.  The event celebrated ten years of production in June 2018 and is heralded as one of the industry’s most legitimate gateways for plus fashion and a “must attend’ for anyone involved in the industry. Gwen has written content for USA Today, and has appeared as an expert on several radio and television shows including Fox 5’s Good Day New York, OMG! Insider Entertainment Tonight and ASPIRE TV.  Gwen’s recent features include The Huffington Post’s Women in Business,, Fashion & Style, and Biz Women - The Business Journal. Gwen will be recognized at the inaugural Full Figured Industry Awards as the Lifetime Achievement Award Honoree, November 2nd in New York.

Combining diverse driving forces for smoke control in complex urban traffic link tunnels (UTLTs) using one-dimensional flow modelling - Liu Y, Yang D, Xiao Y, Mao S, Yang M.    

Urban traffic link tunnels (UTLTs) could become increasingly more complex because they incorporate both looped main tunnels and multiple branch tunnels. In such a complex tunnel structure, smoke control in the event of fire becomes more difficult than that...

Temecula Mountain Lions Rugby Club raises $5,000 with tournament, auction   

The event was a fundraiser to help a team member's friend who was diagnosed with cancer

UAT-on-prem package deployment failing   


I am facing an issue while deploying a package on an on-prem UAT.

My package passes the preparation stage successfully but it is failing when I proceed with Update Environment.

I have tried creating package from several different machines i.e. a fresh environment with only required customization, cloud development environment but unfortunately its failing in the deployment stage.

I have checked the events log of Orchestrator and AOS  machines but there is reason for this failure. However I got below errors from these machines. 

It would be a great favor if someone can help me in this regard.

The description for Event ID 65002 from source Microsoft-Dynamics-AX-LocalAgent cannot be found. Either the component that raises this event is not installed on your local computer or the installation is corrupted. You can install or repair the component on the local computer.


If the event originated on another computer, the display information had to be saved with the event.


The following information was included with the event:



Task OrchestrationService.DeployModulesRunnerTask,OrchestrationService failed for command id a4f91f00-604e-40c3-90a1-bf44bba13bd5

System.InvalidOperationException: Unable to deploy modules

   at OrchestrationService.DeployModulesRunnerTask.Run(OrchestratorRunbookResource runbookResource, String commandId, String jobId, String runbookTaskId)

   at OrchestrationService.OrchestrationJobManager.<>c__DisplayClass23_0.<CreateNewTaskThread>b__4()






The publisher has been disabled and its resource is not available. This usually occurs when the publisher is in the process of being uninstalled or upgraded




The description for Event ID 65002 from source Microsoft-Dynamics-AX-LocalAgent cannot be found. Either the component that raises this event is not installed on your local computer or the installation is corrupted. You can install or repair the component on the local computer.


If the event originated on another computer, the display information had to be saved with the event.


The following information was included with the event:



Module aos failed

System.InvalidOperationException: Aos app is not healthy

   at AOSSetupHybridCloud.Program.Main(String[] args)

   at System.AppDomain._nExecuteAssembly(RuntimeAssembly assembly, String[] args)

   at System.AppDomain.ExecuteAssembly(String assemblyFile, String[] args)

   at System.AppDomain.ExecuteAssembly(String assemblyFile, String[] args)

   at SetupCore.SetupManager.LaunchProcessInAppDomain(String startupExe, String workingDir, String currentFolder, String[] moduleArgs)

   at SetupCore.SetupManager.<>c__DisplayClass12_1.<InvokeModules>b__6()






The publisher has been disabled and its resource is not available. This usually occurs when the publisher is in the process of being uninstalled or upgraded




The description for Event ID 56002 from source Microsoft-Dynamics-AX-SetupInfrastructureEvents cannot be found. Either the component that raises this event is not installed on your local computer or the installation is corrupted. You can install or repair the component on the local computer.


If the event originated on another computer, the display information had to be saved with the event.


The following information was included with the event:



Application fabric:/AXSF is not OK after 20 minutes

   at System.Environment.GetStackTrace(Exception e, Boolean needFileInfo)

   at System.Environment.get_StackTrace()

   at SetupInfrastructure.SetupInfrastructureEventsHelper.ErrorPrettify(SetupInfrastructureEventSource source, Exception ex, Int32 errorCode, String format, Object[] values)

   at SetupInfrastructure.ServiceFabricApplicationSetupManager`1.<CheckApplicationState>d__32.MoveNext()

   at System.Threading.ExecutionContext.RunInternal(ExecutionContext executionContext, ContextCallback callback, Object state, Boolean preserveSyncCtx)

   at System.Threading.ExecutionContext.Run(ExecutionContext executionContext, ContextCallback callback, Object state, Boolean preserveSyncCtx)

   at System.Runtime.CompilerServices.AsyncMethodBuilderCore.MoveNextRunner.Run()

   at System.Threading.Tasks.AwaitTaskContinuation.RunOrScheduleAction(Action action, Boolean allowInlining, Task& currentTask)

   at System.Threading.Tasks.Task.FinishContinuations()

   at System.Threading.Tasks.Task`1.TrySetResult(TResult result)

   at System.Threading.Tasks.TaskCompletionSource`1.TrySetResult(TResult result)

   at System.Threading.Tasks.TaskCompletionSource`1.SetResult(TResult result)

   at System.Fabric.Interop.AsyncCallOutAdapter2`1.Finish(IFabricAsyncOperationContext context, Boolean expectedCompletedSynchronously)

   at System.Fabric.Interop.SharedNativeObject`1.TryAcquireAndInvoke(Action`1 action)






The publisher has been disabled and its resource is not available. This usually occurs when the publisher is in the process of being uninstalled or upgraded


Kylie Rae Set For Impact Wrestling All Glory   

Impact Wrestling has announced that Kylie Rae will appear on their upcoming All Glory event on October 19, the night before Bound for Glory. The event will feature wrestlers Warrior Wrestling, Zelo Pro, OVW, Galli Lucha Libre, Black Label Pro and The Wrestling Revolver. Kylie Rae’s opponent is unknown at this time. She made her […]

Tottenham stars to pay for missing out on top four and failure to qualify for Champions League   

Chairman Daniel Levy introduced an incentivised pay structure that rewards the squad for success but also protects Spurs financially in the event of missing out on the Champions League.

Snoop Dogg Performs Surprise Concert in Tiny Ontario, Oregon; Local Officials Lose their Minds   

by Wm. Steven Humphrey
Snoop Dogg
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It was most likely the biggest thing that's happened for quite a while in the small town of Ontario, Oregon (pop. 11.366) when world-famous rapper/cannabis booster Snoop Dogg showed up for a free surprise concert on Saturday. Located on the Snake River on the Idaho border in Malheur County, Ontario city officials were shocked to hear that Snoop had agreed to celebrate the opening of Hotbox cannabis dispensary, which promised a fireworks display and a concert by the rapper who was to perform five songs as well as a DJ set. Cannabis grower/actor/comedian Jim Belushi was also scheduled to make an appearance.

Ontario officials say they were caught off guard by the sudden announcement, adding that the promoters had not applied for proper event permits and noise variations. Sgt. Dave Walters of the Ontario police was particularly worried they wouldn't have enough staff to deal with any emergencies, telling Idaho's CBS 2 news, "If something happens how are we going to help people? We just, we can’t, we won’t be able to. If 5,000 people show up on a two-acre lot, what are we going to do and how are we going to do it?" In response, police officials planned on activating “major incident response protocol.”

Another apparent issue was educating Ontario residents who had the following question: "Who or what is a 'Snoop Dogg'?" In an article titled, "National star Snoop Dogg to perform in Ontario; crowds, traffic expected," the Malheur Enterprise newspaper let readers know that "Snoop Dogg, 47, of Long Beach, Calif., has been a leader in hip-hop."

According to CBS 2, thousands of people showed up to the all-ages event with traffic backing all the way up into Idaho, but by all accounts the event went off without a hitch, and fun was had by all—including "hip-hop leader Snoop Dogg, 47, Long Beach, California."

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Save the Date: Women’s Center Gala, Oct. 12   

The Women’s Center is hosting its annual “It Starts With Us” gala later next month. The event, which is expected to draw more than 400 guests, will be Oct. 12 from 6:30 p.m. to 11 p.m. at the Ritz-Carlton in McLean, Virginia. The event features a silent auction and wine tasting followed by a three-course [...]

2020 WEDA Midwest Chapter Meeting Set for March 24-26   

The 2020 WEDA Midwest Chapter Meeting will be held on March 24-26, in Green Bay, Wisconsin at the Hyatt Regency Hotel. The event will offer individuals and firms an opportunity to make presentations...

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Bernie Sanders, resting at home, announces plan to curtail money in politics   


Prominent friends and supporters of Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., say he should cut back on his relentless campaign pace and speak openly about his recent heart attack when he returns to the campaign trail, urging a shift toward a more personal and less hectic campaign than he has run so far.

The comments reflect what supporters describe as a deeply personal decision with big implications for Sanders’s candidacy: how the 78-year-old democratic socialist, viewed by many of his backers as the leader of a movement, should proceed after a health scare that has sidelined him for days and raised questions about whether he can - or should - maintain the punishing demands of a presidential campaign.

“I would be very open about the experience he had,” said Rep. Ro Khanna, D-Calif., a national co-chair of the Sanders campaign who made his pitch to the senator in a brief telephone conversation last week. “I think it can show a resilience, a sense of empathy and a sense of vulnerability.”

Sanders supporters privately acknowledge concern that the heart attack could give voters second thoughts about the candidate, who would be the oldest president in history if elected. In an effort to move beyond the setback, some hope he can seize on the event to transmit a softer side that’s eluded him.

The goal, said Khanna, would be to “make a very human connection.” He said he texted the senator’s wife, Jane Sanders, last week to tell her that this could be Sanders’s “FDR moment,” referring to President Franklin D. Roosevelt, whose battle with polio is sometimes said to have contributed to his empathy for the less fortunate.

The sensitivity of dealing with the heart attack has been evident since the episode occurred. The campaign did not immediately disclose the heart attack, initially saying only that Sanders had experienced chest pains and had two stents inserted in an artery.

Advisers and friends also say Sanders should consider easing his breakneck campaign pace. Sanders has been sprinting across the country, holding multiple events per day, maintaining a speed that has surpassed his top rivals.

“If I were giving him advice, I would tell him just slack up a little bit,” said former Senate majority leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., who visited Sanders in a Las Vegas hospital last week. “Even if he slacks up a little bit, he’s campaigning more than anybody else.”

Sanders spent Monday recuperating at home in Burlington, Vermont. On a conference call with staff, he reiterated that the movement he has been leading is not about him, a theme he often hits in campaign speeches.

“If there’s anything that this event kind of tells us, it is the importance of what our message is in this campaign. And our message is ‘Us, not me,’ ” Sanders said, according to a person with knowledge of his remarks.

Campaign officials have signaled that he is not expected to return to the trail until the Oct. 15 debate near Columbus, Ohio. That makes the debate a critical event for the campaign, as Sanders will face considerable scrutiny from voters and rivals sizing up his health and vitality.

“Bernie is raring to go, and his campaign staff has been trying to hold him back until the debate,” said Ben Cohen, who co-founded Ben &amp; Jerry’s ice cream and serves as a national co-chair of the campaign. “The plan is for the debate to be his reentry into the race.”

People with knowledge of the situation said there had been a period of uncertainty about the campaign’s future in the immediate aftermath of Sanders’s hospitalization for chest pains last week. The campaign suspended an Iowa ad buy and made reassuring calls to supporters during those first hours.

But in recent days, the campaign has shown determination to move full speed ahead. The Iowa ad touting Sanders will be on the airwaves starting Tuesday.

The campaign rolled out a new policy proposal Monday aimed at curtailing the role of money in politics. It would eliminate big-dollar fundraising for all federal elections, enact a constitutional amendment to declare that campaign contributions are not speech and end corporate contributions to the party conventions.

Surrogates campaigned for Sanders in the key early states over the weekend, a strategy the campaign plans to continue. Cohen said he plans to campaign for Sanders this weekend in New Hampshire.

The campaign is also aggressively calling voters. After establishing a goal of making a million calls in the early primary states over the past 10 days, it beat that goal by 300,000 calls, the campaign said.

Sanders and his allies have also used his heart attack to call attention to his push to enact a Medicare-for-all universal health-care system. They note that while Sanders was fortunate to have access to good doctors and treatment, many Americans do not.

And Sanders has already begun showing a more personal side of himself. When he left the hospital on Friday, he stood shoulder-to-shoulder with his wife, Jane, smiling and waving. When he returned to Burlington, reporters there noted Sanders saying he was “happy to be home” before walking inside where family was waiting.

On Monday, he and Jane took a walk in the rain, and he joked with reporters he said should get paid more for working in the drizzle.

Early this year, when he launched his second campaign for president, advisers encouraged Sanders to speak about his participation in the civil rights movement and his modest upbringing in Brooklyn. He mentioned those things at early campaign stops. But as time went on, they faded from his stump speeches.

“He’s somewhat reticent to talk about his own … life experiences,” said Cohen. “But I think it’s helpful for him to do that and it’s certainly only a decision that he can make, but I do think this is an opportunity for him to talk.”

Sanders has been trailing former vice president Joe Biden and Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., in many recent polls, sparing him the pressure that can face the front-runner. His Democratic rivals have either wished Sanders well or brushed aside questions about his physical fitness for office. President Donald Trump and his allies have been preoccupied with the impeachment inquiry.

These external events have led some Sanders allies to conclude that he does not have to rush back onto the national stage.

“The next months are going to be dominated by the impeachment inquiry, not the presidential race,” said Khanna. “His volunteers can do a lot of the work and he just needs to focus on recovering.”

In a sign of how the Sanders movement has charged ahead without him on the trail, a video created by a supporter arguing that he’s been criticized unfairly by the media had received 6 million views as of late Monday.

As Sanders recovers, his campaign has taken steps to reassure staffers and supporters, scheduling calls and other outreach to keep allies focused.

“The campaign reached out to me to let me know that he was doing fine. They gave me the details, which made me feel really comfortable,” said Deb Marlin, an Iowa small-business owner who has endorsed Sanders.

Reid recalled spending 30 to 45 minutes with Sanders on Thursday. They reminisced about their work in the Senate and talked about health care, Reid said. As for the next debate, Reid said Sanders ought to take things slowly before then.

“He should take it easy until then,” said Reid. “As far as I understand, that’s what he’s going to do.”


Glastonbury tickets sell out in 34 minutes   


Record 2.4 million fans tried to secure ticket for festival’s 50th year next June

Tickets for the 50th year of Glastonbury have sold out in 34 minutes, as a record number of fans tried to secure a ticket for the event at Worthy Farm next June.

Emily Eavis confirmed that a record number of people had registered to be eligible for the sale, which started at 9am on Sunday and was finished in little over 30 minutes. A record 2.4 million people signed up to have a chance of securing a ticket.

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‘Empow(her)’ will feature a cappella concert dedicated to women empowerment   


The Empow(her) charity concert will comprise of two women a cappella groups on campus. All proceeds from the event will benefit Vera House. Continue reading

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Find your roots at the Genealogy Jamboree   


Living in our historic three-state region allows for rich digging into the earth of our ancestors via the annual Genealogy Jamboree & Pioneer Days – the event first conceived of by Mark Treadway and John Adams.

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The Week That Will Be   

Event Announcements (More details on the Events Calendar) Tuesday, October 8, 2019, 10:30 a.m.: The Heritage Foundation will host an event on the future of transatlantic security featuring a keynote address from the Foreign Minister of Estonia, Mr. Urmas Reinsalu. Reinsalu will discuss the major challenges Europe faces today and Estonia’s growing role in Euro-Atlantic relations. More details and registration for the event can be found here. Wednesday, October 9, 2019, 3:00 p.m.: The American Enterprise Institute will host an event titled “In defense of globalism: A conservative case for global institutions.” Dalibor Rohac, a resident scholar at AEI will offer a presentation before joining in a panel discussion with Ash Jain of the Atlantic Council and Victoria Nuland of Yale University. More details and registration for the event can be found here. Thursday, October 1o, 2019, 1:00 p.m.: The Wilson Center will host an event on the future of…

Event Services Attendant - Seasonal - Hyatt - Ottawa, ON   

Hourly Canadian Dollar (CAD) pay basis. The Event Services Attendant may assist with the set-up, food service, and equipment for banquet functions.
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EASO Policy Conference 2020   


Wednesday, 4 March 2020 10:00 – 17:00 Renaissance Hotel Brussels, Belgium A high-level conference on the European obesity epidemic and the crucial role and impact of prevention and treatment. The event will be chaired by John Bowis, former UK Minister of Health and former MEP and MP. Speakers and participants will include representatives from the […]

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