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Installation Technician in Albuquerque New Mexico As a DIRECTV Technician - Installation, you will be responsible for providing our customers excellent service through installing, troubleshooting, and...
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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — New Mexico is suing Google, Twitter and several companies that develop and market mobile gaming apps for children, saying the apps violate state law by collecting personal information that could compromise privacy. The lawsuit filed in federal court late Tuesday comes as data-sharing concerns persist among users and as social media […]
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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) - New Mexico is suing Google, Twitter and several companies that develop and market mobile gaming apps for children, saying the apps...
          Edwin B. Hall, Albuquerque Psychiatrist, under investigation, government alleges that 36 patients died while in his “care”      Cache   Translate Page      

Albuquerque Journal AG probing deaths of 36 patients in doctor’s care By Marie C. Baca September 10, 2018 A search warrant served by the New Mexico Attorney General’s Medicaid Fraud Control Division alleges that 36 patients died while in the care of an Albuquerque psychiatrist over a six-year period. Edwin B. Hall ran a now-closed […]

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          Clients Who Underwent Vampire Facials at New Mexico Spa Urged to Get Tested for HIV - PEOPLE.com      Cache   Translate Page      

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Clients Who Underwent Vampire Facials at New Mexico Spa Urged to Get Tested for HIV
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New Mexico health officials are warning clients who got a vampire facial at an Albuquerque spa to get tested for HIV and hepatitis, after one person got an infection. The New Mexico Department of Health immediately shut down VIP Spa after the client ...
Vampire facial made popular by Kim Kardashian causes HIV, hepatitis scare in New MexicoFOX13 Memphis
New Mexico spa's clients urged to get HIV testingLas Cruces Sun-News
'Vampire facial' treatment once promoted by Kim Kardashian leads to HIV scareSacramento Bee (blog)
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'Vampire Facials' May Have Exposed People to HIV and Hepatitis
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The New Mexico Department of Health has since shut down the spa and is urging any of its clients who received a vampire facial or other injection-based treatments in May or June of this year to get tested for HIV, hepatitis B and hepatitis C for free ...
Spa's clients urged to get HIV testingAlbuquerque Journal
Spa clients urged to get HIV tests after getting 'vampire facials'KRON4
Spa Offering 'Vampire Facial' Closed Over Fears Of HIV, Hepatitis InfectionsInternational Business Times
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NM-Albuquerque, Lead Generation Work from Home Overview - Lead Generation Work from Home Have you been looking for work at home jobs? Look no more! ViaSource Solutions, Inc. is a virtual call center in business since 2009 offering a variety of steady schedules to those dedicated to working from home. We are currently recruiting self-starting, conscientious, expert sales professionals for our work-at-home lead gen
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Address: 2320 Central Ave Alb Nm 87106 Albuquerque, New Mexico
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Hello my name is Domonic Orozco and I am the owner of campus barber shop located at 2320 central ave 87106. My business has been successfully running since 2005 and have been awarded many awards including Albuquerque the magazine best of the city for 5 years strait and alibi magazine best barbershop. The last 3 years of my business have been the most successful so far. After 10 years of building a strong clientele around the UNM area I was able to to take the risky move of relocating my business to the main entrance of UNM. Although very costly this move paid of and my business began to really take off! My clientele includes UNM coaches, student athletes, doctors and large amounts of local and international students. We have become a very popular business in the area and it is one of my largest achievements in life so far. Recent changes have caused an alarming change in my businesses direction and popularity. In the last few months our parking out front was taken away and 2 bus stops we’re moved directly in front of my shop door without any warning or communication from the city. This development has done extreme damage to my business in a very short time. We have been vandalized with broken windows and more causing me more than $1000 in damages so far with no end in sight. My store front is all windows from left to right and from floor to ceiling making it an aweful spot for a stop and seems that it was not thought out too well. I was optimistic at the outset of the bus stop that it could be good for business however I’ve come to a evident conclusion that it is going to be a definite negative and possibly the death of my business on a longer timeline. My business numbers have started to plummet drastically because of this stop. Large groups of people fill my windows and stand in my doorway entrance constantly from when I open to when I close. This has caused a very uninviting look and people do not want to have to push their way to my door just to enter. I’m daily faced with physical confrontation when I try to ask nicely that people clear my door way. A good portion of these people are drunk high or causing some kind of negative scene. I deal with drunk people passed out in front of my shop daily. I also have to basically play bouncer to drunks entering my shop from open to close. This has become my daily reality. Imagine a mother and 2 sons getting a cut for the first time at my shop and I have to ask a drunk to leave my shop and he begins to threaten the entire room with physical violence. This family will never be back and most likely will warn others to stay away. This happens almost daily. I’m constantly outside picking up full bags of trash daily. Lately my employees have begun to seek new places to work because we have become so slow so quickly and they do not feel safe. The hardest part of this is that Ive done everything right for 13 years in order to have a successful small business that I can be proud of and now that is being taken away at no fault of my own. I’m writing this email in hopes that the city will come to the rescue of my business and help me relocate this stop. I honestly don’t see my business making it thru this situation without prompt help. I have cataloged many pictures and videos that can confirm the issues I’m dealing with that have been caught by my security cameras as well as clients and employees if you should need them. Please feel free to contact me at any time. I can be reached by email campusbarber@gmail.com or by phone 505-948-1556 Thank you Domonic Orozco Owner, Campus Barber Shop


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Address: 2425 Jefferson Street Northeast Albuquerque, New Mexico
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          SEGURANÇA E MODERNIDADE NO CONDOMÍNIO MARIA DE LOURDES       Cache   Translate Page      
Localizado à Rua 24 de maio, 2798, em Camocim, a um quarteirão da Beira-Mar, o moderno Condomínio Maria de Lourdes oferece casas de 2 e 3 quartos, praça , playground e garagem para 2 carros. 
A moradia possui total segurança, com cerca elétrica, câmeras e vigilância 24 horas. 
Mais informações através do Corretor de Imóveis, Edu Albuquerque (Creci 11203F), pelos contatos:   
(88) 9 9625-7571 (whatsapp)/  9 9218-8950 / 3621-2163 ou diretamente na Loja Edu Construções (Rua José de Alencar, 259, altos). 
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O Sistema Prisional do Rio Grande do Norte tem acompanhado os casos ocorridos em João Pessoa (PB) e em Piraquara (PR) onde criminosos explodiram presídios para resgatar presos. Embora não haja indícios de que fatos semelhantes venham a ocorrer nas unidades potiguares, o Estado garante está preparado.
“Estamos tranquilos, mas mexemos com segurança penitenciária e, por isso, ficamos submetidos a ações dessa natureza”, declarou o titular da Secretaria de Estado da Justiça e da Cidadania (Sejuc), Luís Mauro Albuquerque Araújo. De acordo com ele, os agentes estão preparados para um ataque do tipo: “se vier a acontecer haverá nossa resistência”.
Perguntado sobre se é possível conter uma ação que se origina de fora para dentro dos presídios, o secretário garantiu: “nosso sistema está se atualizando para repelir qualquer tipo de ataque, inclusive para ninguém entrar, como aconteceu nesses dois casos”.
A presidente do Sindicato dos Agentes Penitenciários do RN (Sindasp), Vilma Batista da Silva, fez relato semelhante ao secretário. “Estamos no controle, mas em alerta”, afirmou. A agente penitenciária destacou os investimentos em inteligência que têm sido feitos.
Vilma da Silva analisou os casos na Paraíba e no Paraná como demonstrativos de que “o crime está mais munido do que o Estado”. “Se utilizaram de armamentos potentes”, destacou. 
Embora digam que o setor de inteligência não viu indícios de ameaça ao sistema prisional do RN, o secretário e a representante dos agentes afirmaram que medidas preventivas estão sendo tomadas. “Só não posso revelar, evidentemente, por questões de segurança”, finalizou o titular da Sejuc.
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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — New Mexico is suing Google, Twitter and other companies that develop and market mobile gaming apps for children, saying the apps violate state and federal laws by collecting personal information that could...
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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — A federal judge on Wednesday ordered five former residents of a ramshackle New Mexico compound to remain jailed amid accusations that a woman in the group declared herself a prophet while her partner helped train children for potential attacks on schools, law enforcement agencies and other institutions. The ruling came a […]
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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — New Mexico is suing Google, Twitter and other companies that develop and market mobile gaming apps for children, saying the apps violate state and federal laws by collecting personal information that could compromise privacy. The lawsuit filed in federal court late Tuesday comes as data-sharing concerns persist among users. Social media […]
          The Hotwire #36: #PrisonStrike ends—bring back anti-nationalism—economic crisis in Argentina      Cache   Translate Page      

It’s 17 years and a day after 9/11 and Iraq is still in shambles, so we rip apart liberals for thinking George W. Bush is somehow “cute”. 2001 pops up again when we compare the current economic crisis in Argentina to the wave of worker-led factory takeovers and anarchist media that resisted the last economic meltdown there. We call for anarchists to incorporate a critique of nationalism itself into our anti-fascist strategy and analysis, we include preliminary information for autonomous relief efforts based in mutual aid for #HurricaneFlorence, and we wrap up the National #PrisonStrike with an action report and a bunch of phone-zaps! Send us news, events, or ideas on how our show can better serve anarchist activity in your town by emailing us at podcast@crimethinc.com. {September 12, 2018}

 

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  • Table of Contents:
    • Introduction {0:00}
    • George W. Bush is not cute {0:50}
    • The other 9/11 {2:45}
    • Economic collapse in Argentina… again {4:00}
    • Bringing back the anarchist critique of nationalism {5:25}
    • Here come the hurricanes—time for mutual aid {11:00}
    • #PrisonStrike ends {14:55}
    • Repression roundup {20:35}
    • Next Week’s News {27:40}
  • Download 29:30 minutes long version.
  • Autonomous Mutual Aid in the wake of Hurricane Florence
  • Mutual Aid Disaster Relief will give a brief presentation on September 15th at 10:30am at the Uplift Climate Conference in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
  • Anarchist book fairs this weekend:
  • Upcoming anti-fascist action:
    • September 15: Stop the League of the South from disrupting TriPride in Johnson City, TN
    • September 29: Oppose the League of the South’s rally in Elizabethton, TN. Stay tuned to @HollerNetwork and @knoxradical for updates.
  • Argentina:
    • The documentary The Take looks at factory takeovers and a little of the abstentionist anti-voting movement in Argentina as a response to the economic crisis of 2001
    • Keep up with resistance news in Argentina through Indymedia Argentina and the excellent anti-authoritarian TV channel Antena Negra
  • Other relevant CrimethInc. output:
  • Hotwire #3, Hotwire #6, and Hotwire #9 have interviews about mutual aid based, autonomous relief efforts in Texas, Florida, and Puerto Rico.
  • Some anarchist critiques of nationalism:
  • Donate to the legal defense fund for anti-racists and anti-fascists arrested in relation to the Silent Sam confederate monument in Chapel Hill, North Carolina
  • Check out this guide on experiences and reflections dealing with undercover police infiltration in Toronto
  • Evictions HAVE BEGUN in the Hambach Forest! If you’re in Europe, make your way to the Hambach Forest in Germany to help defend it, and the radical Ewok village of forest defenders who live there. Also, check out our audio documentary about the forest and the defense campaign to stop the cutting.
  • Pre-sales are OPEN for the 2019 Certain Days: Freedom for Political Prisoners calendar! The theme of next year’s calendar is Health/Care, and it features art and writing from current and former political prisoners like David Gilbert, Mike and Chuck Africa, and Laura Whitehorn. If you buy 10 or more, be sure to use the discount code “BULK” to get 10 or more calendars for $10 each—you can then sell the calendars to fundraise for your own organizing. Orders start shipping September 10!
  • Use this straightforward guide to writing prisoners from New York City Anarchist Black Cross to write imprisoned American Indian Movement warrior Leonard Peltier.

    Leonard Peltier
    #89637–132
    USP Coleman I
    Post Office Box 1033
    Coleman, Florida 33521

  • Phone zap for Jason Walker

    You can contact the TDCJ Ombudsman at ombudsman@tdcj.texas.gov, as well as the Telford Unit’s management at 903–628–3171 and garth.parker@tdcj.texas.gov. You can speak to the Regional Director’s office at (903) 928–2623, billy.howard@tdcj.texas.gov and carl.mckellar@tdcj.texas.gov. Contact details for TDCJ head office are (936) 295–6371, Bryan.Collier@tdcj.texas.gov and exec.director@tdcj.texas.gov

    Script for phone calls: “Hello, I am contacting you as I have been made aware of a pattern of bogus disciplinary cases being issued by CO Renitia T. Davis. In particular, I wish to request that you bring in an appropriate outside investigator to fully investigate the recent cases issued to inmates Jason Renard Walker #1532092 and Logan Newsome #2163761 with an eye to getting these fraudulent cases overturned and expunged immediately, as well as conducting a full investigation into Officer Davis’ history. Beyond this, I demand that you cease all forms of harassment and retaliation against Jason Walker, including but not limited to the issuing of bogus cases, the censorship of his correspondence, and the denial of access to heat respite. Please investigate and overturn all recent cases and disciplinary measures issued to Mr. Walker by Telford Unit staff, and investigate the conduct of Lieutenant Estrada, Sergeant Gilstrap, Sergeant Sartin, and Lieutenant Ricks, who have all played a role in the campaign of harassment. Thank you”

  • Phone zap for Kevin Rashid Johnson

    Monday morning, starting at 9 AM, please phone and email the official in charge of interstate compact: Chief of Corrections Operations David Robinson. You can call the main office number at 804–674–3000 and ask to be transferred to his phone line. Robinson’s email address is david.robinson@vadoc.virginia.gov When leaving a message or talking to Mr Robinson, refer to Rashid by his legal name Kevin Johnson. Explain that he is better off in Virginia, that he has been subjected to serious human rights abuses during previous transfers.

  • We have a Twitter! Follow @HotwireWeekly and send us news that we should include in the show.

 


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Students at Adobe Acres Elementary School in Albuquerque, N.M., have a new menu item this school year, KOB reports.

Named Delish, the dish includes hominy, corn and carnitas and is available on Wednesdays every three weeks this semester.

The recipe was developed in a partnership between the nutrition team and celebrity chefs Adrienne Cheatham and Jet Tila.

Read the full story via kob.com

Adobe Acres Elementary School launches new menu item crafted with celebrity chefs


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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) - The Latest on a remote New Mexico desert compound where 11 children were found living in filth and the body of a boy was discovered...
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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) - The family of a 23-year-old Albuquerque woman who died from a late-term abortion said the abortion clinic and UNM Hospital could have done more to save her. "Whether you're pro life, pro choice whatever you are on this issue, everyone should be concerned about the reckless practices that led to the death of this healthy 23-year-old Albuquerque woman," said Elisa Martinez, a spokesperson for Keisha Atkins' family. Atkins' family said the 23-year-old died after getting a late-term abortion last year. According to the lawsuit, Atkins was six months pregnant when she went to Southwestern Women's Options...
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SANTA FE, N.M. — A federal magistrate judge Wednesday in Albuquerque ordered that all five adults found living on a makeshift Taos compound with 11 malnourished children be detained. Jany Leveille, 35, a Haitian national, is charged with unlawfully possessing firearms and ammunition as an alien living illegally in the U.S. The other four — Siraj Ibn Wahhaj, 40, Hujrah Wahhaj, 37, Subhanah Wahhaj, 35, and Lucas Morton, 40 — are charged with conspiring to provide her with the weaponry. The group was arrested last month on suspicion of child abuse charges after Taos County sheriff’s deputies raided a compound...
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Leviticus describes the worship life of the nation of Israel. We discover how the Israelites were instructed to make atonement for their sin through sacrifice. The overarching theme of this book can be summed up in one word: holiness. After centuries of captivity in Egypt, the Israelites needed a reminder of who God is, His absolute holiness, and how they were to live set apart for Him.

This teaching is from our series Bible from 30,000 Feet - 2018, The with Skip Heitzig from Calvary Albuquerque.
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In this TokenMarket Breakdown Series, we’ll be deconstructing upcoming ICO projects to explain the technology, origins and uses cases of its blockchain in the real world. In the first of our project breakdowns, we look at Devvio; an Albuquerque based team who have created the world’s most scalable blockchain. Devvio One of cryptocurrencies’ major faults when it comes to mass adoption is the speed at which transactions can be carried out on the blockchain. Bitcoin is estimated to only be able to process seven transactions per second (TPS), Ethereum is able to process around 15 TPS, and Ripple, currently one
          Residents of New Mexico compound indicted on federal charges      Cache   Translate Page      

Five residents of a ramshackle desert compound were indicted Tuesday on firearms and conspiracy charges. Federal prosecutors in New Mexico say the group was preparing for violent attacks on government, military, educational and financial institutions.

Jany Leveille, 35; Siraj Ibn Wahhaj, 40; Hujrah Wahhaj, 37; Subhanah Wahhaj, 35; and Lucas Morton, 40, are scheduled to appear Wednesday in federal court in Albuquerque for arraignment and detention hearings, where public defenders are expected to be appointed to represent them.

The grand jury indictment alleges they transported firearms and ammunition from Georgia to New Mexico in December 2017.


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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — A federal judge on Wednesday ordered five former residents of a ramshackle New Mexico compound to remain jailed amid accusations that a woman in the group declared herself a prophet while her partner helped train children for potential attacks on schools, law enforcement agencies and other institutions. The ruling came a […]
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A trip to New Mexico offers fresh spirits.

I am writing this week's Spirits column from a balcony overlooking Old Town Albuquerque, New Mexico. This is my first "real" vacation in two years (trips to the Gulf Coast to see my mom, to New Orleans or Nashville, or that 24 hours I spent in Harlem last spring hardly count), and m-a-a-a-n am I enjoying it. Within an hour of my arrival at the fabulously laidback Hotel Chaco, I was seated at Level 5, the rooftop restaurant, where I sipped on a cocktail while watching the sun set over the Sandia Mountains.

My first drink was Hotel Chaco's variation on the gin and tonic, called the Botanist. Zippy and peppy, their recipe included pepper, thyme, preserved lemon, and house-made kombucha. I drank it with zest.

With dinner, I drank the beautiful pink-hued Hummingbird, a sweet, fruity Patron tequila-based drink that included lime, agave, damiana, and hibiscus. I had to google damiana to find out what I was drinking — turns out that it's a native woody shrub that was used to make many patent medicines in the 19th century, including Pemberton's French Wine Coca, a drugstore brew concocted by the creator of Coca-Cola. Mexican distillers still use leaves from the bush to make a traditional liqueur, while herbalists make tinctures and teas that are seen as either relaxants or stimulants. Let's just say that I felt both energized and chilled out afterward.

At breakfast the next day, I splurged on a Bloody Mary, which, as it turned out, was worth every penny of the $10 I paid for it. The drink was as spicy as I expected, being in the Southwest, but it came with an added bonus: In addition to the requisite celery stalk and olive garnish, two strips of perfectly fried smoked bacon lay crossed atop the glass. I don't know how the locals do it, but I dipped my bacon into the vodka-tomato juice mix and ate it, then slurped down the drink.

Later, I strolled through the aforementioned Old Town, the historic center of Albuquerque, founded in 1706. I wound up stopping for lunch at Backstreet Grill, which had seven beers I've never heard of on tap. I wish I could say I tried all of them, but I'm just one person — and I already felt a little lightheaded from the altitude.

I did sample the Bosque Lager, a Pilsner-style beer with 4.8 percent ABV that was brewed just a few miles from my lunch spot, at a brewery on San Mateo Boulevard. I also drank a glass of a slightly lighter beer, the 4.3 percent ABV Body Czech Bohemian Pilsner from Boxing Bear, another craft brewery located in Albuquerque.

Unfortunately, I had to bypass samples from other local brewers like the Boese Brothers, La Cumbre, and Steel Bender. Back at my hotel, I did some online searching, and it turns out that Albuquerque has a robust beer scene, with 23 breweries active within the city limits. Marble Brewery, big contenders in the World Beer Cup, are on my short list to try before I fly home to Memphis.

Next, I'm heading to the desert, where I'm spending two days far from any luxuries, including bars, refrigerators, corkscrews, and taps. When I return to civilization, I plan to hit up Garduño's at Old Town, a 40-year-old restaurant and cantina located inside the venerable Hotel Albuquerque. Monday night is margarita night at Garduño's, and they have no less than 16 varieties on the menu. The restaurant served as a location for a pivotal scene in season five of Breaking Bad — it's where Walter and Skyler White met up with Hank Shrader and his wife (and Skyler's sister) Marie after Shrader discovered that Walter White was indeed the meth-making Heisenberg. Things didn't go well for anyone sitting at that table, but then again, Walt didn't stick around for a margarita.

I'll try just one, then head to Left Turn Distilling, the distillery behind La Luz Vodka, Rojo Piñon Rum, Brothers Old Tom Gin, and NM Blue Corn Whiskey, a twist on corn whiskey that is made with New Mexican water and locally sourced and ground blue corn. While Left Turn also has a happy hour on Mondays, I'll buy my drinks for the road — or for the plane flight home. Local spirits, after all, make the best souvenirs.


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Clients Who Underwent Vampire Facials at New Mexico Spa Urged to Get Tested for HIV
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New Mexico health officials are warning clients who got a vampire facial at an Albuquerque spa to get tested for HIV and hepatitis, after one person got an infection. The New Mexico Department of Health immediately shut down VIP Spa after the client ...
Vampire facial made popular by Kim Kardashian causes HIV, hepatitis scare in New MexicoFOX13 Memphis
Customers who got 'vampire facials' at New Mexico spa urged to get tested for HIVWLS-TV
'Vampire facial' treatment once promoted by Kim Kardashian leads to HIV scareSacramento Bee (blog)
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'Vampire Facials' May Have Exposed People to HIV and Hepatitis
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The New Mexico Department of Health has since shut down the spa and is urging any of its clients who received a vampire facial or other injection-based treatments in May or June of this year to get tested for HIV, hepatitis B and hepatitis C for free ...
Spa's clients urged to get HIV testingAlbuquerque Journal
Spa clients urged to get HIV tests after getting 'vampire facials'KRON4
New Mexico spa-goers who got 'vampire facials' are urged to get tested for HIVDaily Mail
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Liputan6.com, Jakarta Sebuah spa di Albuquerque, New Mexico, Amerika Serikat yang menawarkan facial darah atau "Vampire Facial", memiliki kecenderungan mengekspos kliennya dengan infeksi yang ditularkan melalui darah. Pernyataan itu diungkapkan oleh Departemen Kesehatan New Mexico.

Melansir dari Live Science pada Rabu (12/9/2018), petugas setempat melakukan pemeriksaan pada tempat yang bernama VIP Spa tersebut. Salah satu klien mereja terjangkit infeksi darah yang mungkin berasal dari prosedur facial darah yang dilakukan di sana. Selama pemeriksaan, mereka mengidentifikasi bahwa praktik itu tidak aman dan bisa membahayakan klien.

Menurut Epidemiologis Departemen Kesehatan New Mexico, Dr. Michael Landen, salah satu cara utama untuk menyebarkan infeksi adalah dengan jarum yang terkait dengan pemindahan, atau ditusuk oleh jarum yang terinfeksi. Ini bisa terjadi dari penyimpanan jarum yang tidak tepat, penanganan, dan pembuangannya.

Spa tersebut ditutup dan para klien yang menerima perawatan facial darah atau perawatan berbasis injeksi lainnya pada bulan Mei atau Juni tahun ini, untuk melakukan tes HIV, Hepatitis B dan C, secara gratis di Pusat Pelayanan Umum di Midtown.

"Penyelidikan ini sangat awal dan kami tidak memiliki sesuatu yang pasti di titik ini," kata Landen.

"Tetapi kami khawatir dan kami meminta orang yang memiliki layanan terkait suntikan dari VIP Spa untuk diuji," tambahnya.

Saksikan juga video menarik berikut ini:

 

 

Menular lewat darah

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"Vampire Facial" bisa diartikan sebagai jenis perawatan dengan mengoleskan darah seseorang di wajahnya sendiri. Para pendukung perawatan ini mengklaim, hal itu mampu meningkatkan kesehatan kulit dan mengurangi keriput, serta kerusakan akibat sinar matahari.

Hepatitis B, C, dan HIV sendiri bisa menyebar melalui kontak dengan cairan tubuh termasuk darah. Sehingga, pemilik VIP Spa juga meminta kliennya untuk diuji. Walaupun begitu, dia mengatakan kepada stasiun berita lokal KOB 4, bahwa mereka selalu menggunakan jarum baru selama perawatan.

Ditemukan juga bahwa lisensi tempat tersebut sudah berakhir di 2013 dan belum diperbaharui.

Landen juga menambahkan, karena tidak adanya catatan perjanjian di tempat tersebut, mereka tidak yakin berapa banyak orang yang melakukan prosedur "Vampire Facial" di spa tersebut.


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SANTA FE, N.M. — A federal magistrate judge Wednesday in Albuquerque ordered that all five adults found living on a makeshift Taos compound with 11 malnourished children be detained. Jany Leveille, 35, a Haitian national, is charged with unlawfully possessing firearms and ammunition as an alien living illegally in the U.S. The other four — Siraj Ibn Wahhaj, 40, Hujrah Wahhaj, 37, Subhanah Wahhaj, 35, and Lucas Morton, 40 — are charged with conspiring to provide her with the weaponry. The group was arrested last month on suspicion of child abuse charges after Taos County sheriff’s deputies raided a compound...
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Woman receives facial injection treatment

It was reported Tuesday by Science Alert that an Albuquerque spa has been shut down by health officials and that those who received treatments from the spa recently should undergo blood tests for possible HIV and hepatitis infections. VIP Spa is known for its offering of a treatment nicknamed “vampire facials,” which is a procedure that involves the use of the patient’s blood. Apparently, blood is withdrawn from the patient with a needle. Then, the blood’s component called platelet-rich-plasma is separated and applied to the patient’s face, which has been prepared via microdermabrasion or microneedling. Science Alert says that the spa was not licensed to handle blood procedures, which should only be performed by a certified physician.

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          TRANSACCIONES. Filadelfia sube por tercera vez a Ranger Suárez      Cache   Translate Page      
Estas son las transacciones que involucran a los venezolanos en las Grandes Ligas desde el Día Inaugural de la temporada 2018

11 de septiembre
Los Filis suben a Ranger Suárez (P) desde el Lehigh Valley, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la tercera vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas en esta temporada.

9 de septiembre
Los Azulejos sacan a Yangervis Solarte (IF) de la lista de incapacitados y lo colocan de nuevo en el roster activo. Estuvo fuera de acción desde el 12 de agosto, con una distensión en los músculos oblicuos.

8 de septiembre
Los Mets compran el contrato de José Lobatón (C), lo incluyen en el roster de 40 y lo suben desde Las Vegas, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la tercera vez que es llamado a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

7 de septiembre
Los Ángeles pasan exitosamente por waivers a Osmer Morales (P), sin que sea tomado por otro equipo, y lo asignan al Salt Lake City, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Estando en esa categoría, había sido sacado del roster de 40 y puesto en asignación, a comienzos de semana.

5 de septiembre
Los Diamondbacks suben a Ildemaro Vargas (2B) desde el Fresno, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la segunda vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas en esta temporada.

Los Marlins ponen a Martín Prado (3B) en la lista de incapacitados de 60 días, con una distensión muscular en la zona derecha del abdomen. No volverá a jugar en esta temporada.

Los Marlins sacan a Eliéser Hernández (P) de la lista de incapacitados, recuperado de una ampolla en un dedo, y lo colocan en el roster activo.

4 de septiembre
Los Rockies suben a Yonathan Daza (OF) y lo colocan en la lista de incapacitados de 60 días, mecanismo que les permite utilizar un cupo adicional en el roster de 40. Es la primera vez en su carrera que Daza es llamado a las Grandes Ligas.

Los Medias Blancas compran el contrato de José Ruiz (P) para incluirlo en el roster de 40 y lo suben al roster activo. Es la primera vez esta temporada que es subido a las Grandes Ligas.

Los Mellizos suben a Gregorio Petit (IF) desde el Rochester, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la segunda vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Nacionales suben a Adrián Sánchez (IF) desde el Syracuse, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la cuarta vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

3 de septiembre
Los Ángeles sacan del roster de 40 a Osmer Morales (P) y lo colocan en la lista de asignación. Anaheim tiene ahora siete días, como máximo, para cambiarlo, pasarlo por waivers o dejarlo en libertad.

Los Marlins asignan a Eliéser Hernández (P) al New Orleans, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A, para iniciar allí su rehabilitación física.

2 de septiembre
Los Rays suben a José Mujica (P) y lo colocan de inmediato en la lista de incapacitados de 60 días. Con este mecanismo, se les permite utilizar un cupo adicional en el roster de 40, al haber liberado el del lanzador. Es la primera vez en su carrera que Mujica es llamado a las Grandes Ligas.

Los Rangers suben a Yohander Méndez (P) desde el Round Rock, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la tercera vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

1° de septiembre
Los Marlins reactivan a Martín Prado (3B) desde la lista de incapacitados. Estaba fuera desde el 14 de agosto, con un tirón en un cuádriceps. Fue su tercera pasantía este año por la lista de incapacitados.

Los Filis reactivan a Edubray Ramos (P) desde la lista de incapacitados. Estaba fuera desde el 22 de agosto, con una ampolla en el índice de la mano derecha. Fue su tercera pasantía este año por la lista de incapacitados.

Los Rangers ponen fin al período de rehabilitación en Doble A de Eduardo Rodríguez (P) y lo reactivan desde la lista de incapacitados. Estaba fuera desde el 15 de julio, con un esguince en el tobillo derecho. Fue su segunda pasantía este año por la lista de incapacitados.

Los Diamondbacks suben a Silvino Bracho (P) desde el Reno, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la novena vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Piratas suben a José Osuna (OF) desde el Indianapolis, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la quinta vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Orioles suben a Breyvic Valera (IF/OF) desde el Norfolk, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la sexta vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada, la segunda con Baltimore.

Los Medias Rojas suben a William Cuevas (P) desde el Pawtucket, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la tercera vez que es llamado a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Atléticos suben a Franklin Barreto (2B/SS) desde el Nashville, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la sexta vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

30 de agosto
Los Ángeles suben a José Briceño (C) desde el Salt Lake, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la segunda vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas en esta temporada.

29 de agosto
Los Gigantes compran el contrato de Grégor Blanco (OF) para incluirlo en el roster de 40 y lo suben al roster activo. Es la segunda vez esta temporada que es subido por San Francisco. En junio fue pasado por waivers, dejado en libertad y vuelto a contratar.

28 de agosto
Los Padres envían a Carlos Asuaje (2B) a El Paso, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la cuarta vez que es enviado a las Menores esta temporada.

25 de agosto
Los Rangers compran el contrato de Carlos Pérez (C) para incluirlo en el roster de 40 y lo suben al roster activo. Es la segunda vez esta temporada que es llamado por Texas. Previamente también estuvo en roster activo con los Bravos.

24 de agosto
Los Marlins ponen a Eliéser Hernández (P) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con una ampolla en el dedo medio de la mano derecha. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 4 de septiembre.

Los Mellizos suben a Willians Astudillo (C-IF-OF) desde el Rochester, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la segunda vez esta temporada que es llamado a las Grandes Ligas.

23 de agosto
Los Padres suben a Carlos Asuaje (2B) desde El Paso, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la cuarta vez esta temporada que es incluido en el roster activo de las Grandes Ligas.

Los Filis ponen a Edubray Ramos (P) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con una ampolla en el índice de la mano derecha. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 3 de septiembre

Los Filis activan a Luis Avilán (P).

22 de agosto
Los Medias Blancas suben a José Rondón (P) desde el Charlotte, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la tercera vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Medias Blancas entregan a Luis Avilán (P) a los Filis, a cambio de Félix Paulino (P).

Los Nacionales envían a Adrián Sánchez (IF) al Syracuse, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la tercera vez esta temporada que es devuelto por Washington a las Menores.

21 de agosto
Los Nacionales suben a Adrián Sánchez (IF) desde el Syracuse, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la tercera vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Astros ponen fin al período de rehabilitación de José Altuve (2B) en las Menores y lo reactivan desde la lista de incapacitados.

20 de agosto
Los Medias Rojas asignan a Eduardo Rodríguez (P) al Portland, la sucursal de la organización en Doble A, para iniciar allí su rehabilitación física. Está en la lista de incapacitados desde el 15 de julio, con un esguince en un tobillo.

19 de agosto
Los Astros asignan a José Altuve (2B) al Fresno, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A, para iniciar allí su rehabilitación física. Está en la lista de incapacitados desde el 5 de agosto, con una lesión en una rodilla.

Los Nacionales adquieren a Andruw Monasterio (IF) y a un jugador a ser nombrado posteriormente de los Cachorros, a cambio de Danile Murphy (2B).

Los Gigantes transfieren a Pablo Sandoval (IF) de la lista de incapacitados de 10 días a la la lista de incapacitados de 60 días.

Los Filis ponen fin al período de rehabilitación de Edubray Ramos (P) en las Menores y lo reactivan desde la lista de incapacitados.

Los Filis envían a Ranger Suárez (P) al Lehigh Valley, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la segunda vez esta temporada que es devuelto a las Menores.

18 de agosto
Los Rockies reactivan a Antonio Senzatela (P) de la lista de incapacitados. Estaba allí desde el 5 de agosto, con una inflamación en el hombro derecho.

17 de agosto
Los Filis suben a Ranger Suárez (P) desde el Lehigh Valley, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la segunda vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas en esta temporada.

Los Ángeles devuelven a Osmer Morales (P) al Salt Lake City, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la primera vez esta temporada que es bajado por Anaheim, luego de ser llamado para hacer su estreno en las Grandes Ligas.

15 de agosto
Los Ángeles Rojas envían a José Briceño (C) al Salt Lake City, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la primera vez esta temporada que es bajado por Anaheim a su principal filial.

Los Filis reactivan a Wilson Ramos (C) de la lista de incapacitados. Estaba allí desde el 18 de julio, con una lesión en una corva.

14 de agosto
Los Marlins ponen a Martín Prado (3B) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con un tirón en un cuádriceps. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 23 de agosto.

13 de agosto
Los Ángeles envían a Eduardo Paredes (P) al Salt Lake, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la décima vez esta temporada que Paredes es devuelto por Anaheim a su principal filial.

Los Mets envían a Luis Guillorme (IF) a Las Vegas, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la segunda vez en esta temporada que Guillorme es devuelto por Nueva York a su principal filial.

Los Padres envían a Carlos Asuaje (2B) a El Paso, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la tercera vez que es enviado a las Menores esta temporada.

Los Yanquis suben a Ronald Torreyes (IF) desde el Scranton-Wilkes/Barre, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la tercera vez que es incluido en el roster de Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

12 de agosto
Los Ángeles suben a Eduardo Paredes (P) desde el Salt Lake, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la décima vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Medias Rojas envían a William Cuevas (P) al Pawtucket, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la tercera vez esta temporada que es bajado por Boston a su principal filial.

Los Azulejos ponen a Yangervis Solarte (IF) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con una distensión en los músculos oblicuos. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 21 de agosto.

11 de agosto
Los Filis asignan a Wilson Ramos (C) al Clearwater, la sucursal de la organización en Clase A avanzada, para iniciar allí su rehabilitación física. Está en la lista de incapacitados desde el 18 de julio, con un tirón en una corva.

Los Medias Rojas suben a William Cuevas (P) desde el Pawtucket, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la tercera vez que es llamado a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

10 de agosto
Los Marlins suben a Rafael Ortega (OF) desde el New Orleans, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la primera vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

8 de agosto
Los Piratas envían a José Osuna (IF/OF) al Indianapolis, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la cuarta vez que es enviado a las Menores esta temporada.

Los Ángeles pasan por waivers a Luis Valbuena (IF) y lo dejan en libertad.

6 de agosto
Los Atléticos envían a Franklin Barreto (SS) al Nashville, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la quinta vez esta temporada que es bajado a las Menores.

5 de agosto
Los Ángeles sacan del roster de 40 a Luis Valbuena (IF) y lo colocan en la lista de asignación. Anaheim tiene ahora siete días, como máximo, para cambiarlo, pasarlo por waivers o dejarlo en libertad. Es la primera vez que esto le ocurre a Valbuena en más de un lustro.

Los Rockies ponen a Antonio Senzatela (P) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con una inflamación en el hombro derecho, retroactivo al 3 de agosto. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 12 de agosto.

2 de agosto
Los Orioles envían a Breyvic Valera (IF/OF) al Norfolk, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la cuarta vez que es bajado a las Menores esta temporada, primera ocasión que lo hace Baltimore.

Los Diamondbacks envían a Silvino Bracho (P) al Fresno, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la octava vez que es devuelto a las Menores esta temporada.

1° de agosto
Los Filis asignan a Edubray Ramos (P) al Lehigh Valley, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A, para continuar allí su rehabilitación física.

31 de julio
Los Diamondbacks suben a Silvino Bracho (P) desde el Reno, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la octava vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Orioles suben a Breyvic Valera (IF/OF) desde el Norfolk, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la quinta vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada, aunque es la primera que lo hace Baltimore.

Los Filis asignan a Edubray Ramos (P) al Reading, la sucursal de la organización en Doble A, para iniciar allí su rehabilitación física. Está en la lista de incapacitados desde el 22 de julio, con una distensión en la rótula derecha.

Los Rays envían a Wilson Ramos (C) a los Filis, a cambio de un pelotero a ser nombrado posteriormente o una cantidad de dinero no revelada.

30 de julio
Los Gigantes ponen a Pablo Sandoval (IF) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con un tirón en una corva. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 8 de agosto.

29 de julio
Los Atléticos suben a Franklin Barreto (2B/SS) desde el Nashville, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la quinta vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Reales envían a Andrés Machado (P) al Omaha, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la primera vez esta temporada que es devuelto a las Menores.

28 de julio
Ls Mets suben a Luis Guillorme (IF) desde Las Vegas, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la segunda vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas en esta temporada.

Los Piratas suben a José Osuna (OF) desde el Indianapolis, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la cuarta vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Mellizos suben a Gabriel Moya (P) desde el Rochester, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la segunda vez que lo llaman desde las Menores y la tercera vez que ocupa un lugar en el roster activo de Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Reales suben a Andrés Machado (P) desde el Omaha, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la primera vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Padres ponen fin al período de rehabilitación de José Gregorio Castillo (P) en las Menores y lo reactivan desde la lista de incapacitados, recuperado de una lesión en la corva.

Los Filis activan a Asdrúbal Cabrera (IF).

Los Diamondbacks envían a Ildemaro Vargas (IF) al Fresno, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la primera vez esta temporada que es devuelto a las Menores.

Los Diamondbacks activan a Eduardo Escobar (IF).

27 de julio
Los Diamondbacks suben a Ildemaro Vargas (2B) desde el Fresno, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la primera vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas en esta temporada.

Los Filis envían a Ranger Suárez (P) al Lehigh Valley, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la primera vez esta temporada que es devuelto a las Menores.

Los Mets entregan a Asdrúbal Cabrera (2B) a los Filis, a cambio del lanzador Franklyn Kilome.

Los Rockies sacan a Germán Márquez (P) de la lista restrictiva y lo inscriben nuevamente en el roster activo.

Los Mellizos entregan a Eduardo Escobar (IF) a los D'backs, a cambio del lanzador Jhoan Durán y los jardineros Gabriel Maciel y Ernie De La Trinidad.

26 de julio
Los Cerveceros suben a Orlando Arcia (SS) desde el Colorado Springs, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la tercera vez que es incluido esta temporada en el roster activo de Grandes Ligas.

Los Piratas sacan a Francisco Cervelli (C) de la lista de incapacitados, recuperado del síndrome de post conmoción cerebral, y lo colocan nuevamente en el roster activo.

Los Filis suben a Ranger Suárez (P) desde el Lehigh Valley, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la primera vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas en esta temporada y en toda su carrera.

Los Ángeles incluyen a Francisco Arcia (C) en el roster de 40 y lo suben desde el Sant Lake City, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la primera vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas en esta temporada y en toda su carrera.

25 de julio
Los Rockies sacan a Germán Márquez (P) de la lista de ausencias por paternidad y lo mueven a la lista restrictiva, para permitirle una ausencia más prolongada en el roster activo.

Los Yanquis sacan a Gleyber Torres (2B) de la lista de incapacitados, recuperado de una lesión en la cadera, y vuelven a colocarlo en el roster activo.

24 de julio
Los Cerveceros sacan a Junior Guerra (P) de la lista de incapacitados, recuperado de una dolencia en la corva, y vuelven a colocarlo en el roster activo.

Los Atléticos envían a Franklin Barreto (SS) al Nashville, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la cuarta vez esta temporada que es bajado a las Menores.

Los Rays suben a Yonny Chirinos (P) desde el Durham, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la segunda vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Reales firman a Luis Lugo (P) con un contrato de Ligas Menores.

Los Diamondbacks envían a Silvino Bracho (P) al Fresno, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la séptima vez que es devuelto a las Menores esta temporada.

23 de julio
Los Atléticos suben a Franklin Barreto (2B/SS) desde el Nashville, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la cuarta vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

22 de julio
Los Rockies colocan a Germán Márquez (P) en la lista de ausencias por paternidad. Podrá estar allí hasta tres días, como máximo, antes de ser reactivado o ser movido a otra lista que permita una ausencia más prolongada.

Los Mellizos envían a Willians Astudillo (C-IF-OF) al Rochester, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la primera vez esta temporada que es devuelto por Minnesota a su principal filial.

Los Rockies sacan a Antonio Senzatela (P) de la lista de incapacitados, recuperado de una ampolla en la mano derecha, y vuelven a colocarlo en el roster activo.

Los Filis ponen a Edubray Ramos (P) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con una distensión en la rótula derecha. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 1° de agosto.

21 de julio
Los Ángeles envían a Eduardo Paredes (P) al Salt Lake, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la novena vez esta temporada que Paredes es devuelto por Anaheim a su principal filial.

Los Rangers envían a Ricardo Rodríguez (P) al Round Rock, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la tercera vez que es reasignado a las Menores esta temporada.

Los Yanquis asignan a Gleyber Torres (2B) al Tampa, la sucursal de la organización en Clase A avanzada, para iniciar allí su rehabilitación física. Está en la lista de incapacitados desde el 4 de julio, con una lesión muscular en la cadera.

Los Marineros sacan a Félix Hernández (P) de la lista de incapacitados, recuperado de dolores en la espalda, y vuelven a colocarlo en el roster activo.

Los Padres asignan a José Gregorio Castillo (P) a El Paso, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A, para iniciar allí su rehabilitación física. Está en la lista de incapacitados desde el 7 de julio, con un tirón en la corva derecha.

Los Medias Blancas sacan a Avisail García (OF) de la lista de incapacitados y vuelven a colocarlo en el roster activo.

20 de julio
Los Orioles incluyen en el roster de 40 a Renato Núñez (IF/OF) y lo suben desde el Norfolk, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la segunda vez que es llamado a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Cerveceros ponen fin al período de rehabilitación de Manuel Piña (C) en las Menores y lo reactivan desde la lista de incapacitados.

19 de julio
Los Orioles asignan a Breyvic Valera (IF-OF) al Norfolk, la sucursal del equipo en Triple A.

Los Orioles adquieren a Breyvic Valera (IF-OF) junto a Yusniel Díaz (OF), Rylan Bannon (OF), Dean Kremer (P) y Zach Pop (P) por Manny Machado (3B-SS).

18 de julio
Los Cerveceros asignan a Manuel Piña (C) al Wisconsin, la sucursal de la organización en Clase A media, para iniciar allí su rehabilitación física. Fue víctima de un tirón muscular en el bíceps izquierdo y es elegible para volver a la acción desde el 17 de julio

Los Rays sacan a José Alvarado (P) de la lista de ausencias por emergencias médicas familiares y lo colocan nuevamente en el roster activo.

Los Rays ponen a Wilson Ramos (C) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con un tirón en una corva. El movimiento es retroactivo al 15 de julio. Ramos es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 25 de julio.

16 de julio
Los Rangers ponen fin al período de rehabilitación de Carlos Pérez (C) en las Ligas Menores y lo sacan de la lista de incapacitados. A continuación, lo asignan al Round Rock, la sucursal del equipo en Triple A.

15 de julio
Los Ángeles suben a Eduardo Paredes (P) desde el Salt Lake, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la novena vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Medias Blancas pasan exitosamente por waivers a Bruce Rondón (P) y lo asignan al Charlotte, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Rondón decide no aceptar la asignación y se declara agente libre.

Los Medias Rojas ponen a Eduardo Rodríguez (P) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con un esguince en el tobillo derecho. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 25 de julio.

14 de julio
Los Rangers ponen fin al período de rehabilitación de Martín Pérez (P) en las Menores y lo reactivan desde la lista de incapacitados.

Los Piratas ponen a Francisco Cervelli (C) en la lista de incapacitados de 7 días, nuevamente con síntomas del síndrome de post conmoción cerebral. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 24 de julio.

Los Cerveceros ponen a Junior Guerra (P) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con rigidez en el antebrazo derecho. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 24 de julio.

13 de julio
Los Rays sacan a Yusmeiro Petit (P) del roster activo y lo ponen en la lista de ausencias por emergencias médicas familiares.

Los Rockies ponen a Antonio Senzatela (P) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con una ampolla en la mano derecha. El movimiento es retroactivo al 10 de julio, por lo que es elegible para volver a la acción luego del 20 de julio, al terminar la pausa del Juego de Estrellas.

Los Medias Blancas pasan exitosamente por waivers a Bruce Rondón (P) y lo asignan al Charlotte, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la primera vez que lo envían a las Menores en esta temporada.

12 de julio
Los Mellizos sacan de la lista de incapacitados a Ehire Adrianza (IF) y lo colocan nuevamente en el roster activo.

Los Diamondbacks suben a Silvino Bracho (P) desde el Reno, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la séptima vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

10 de julio
Los Medias Rojas envían a William Cuevas (P) al Pawtucket, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la segunda vez esta temporada que es bajado por Boston a su principal filial.

Los Marineros ponen a Félix Hernández (P) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con rigidez muscular en la parte baja de la espalda, en un movimiento retroactivo al 8 de julio. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 18 de julio.

Los Medias Blancas ponen a Avisail García (OF) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con un tirón en el tendón de la corva, en un movimiento retroactivo al 9 de julio. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 19 de julio.

8 de julio
Los Medias Rojas suben a William Cuevas (P) desde el Pawtucket, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la segunda vez que es llamado a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Piratas ponen fin al período de rehabilitación de Francisco Cervelli (C) en el Altoona, su sucursal en Doble A, y lo reactivan desde la lista de incapacitados.

Los Tigres pasan exitosamente por waivers a Dixon Machado (IF) y lo asignan al Toledo, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la primera vez que lo envían a las Menores en esta temporada.

Los Cerveceros ponen a Manuel Piña (C) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con un tirón muscular en el bíceps izquierdo, en un movimiento retroactivo al 7 de julio. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 17 de julio.

7 de julio
Los Diamondbacks envían a Silvino Bracho (P) al Fresno, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la sexta vez que es devuelto a las Menores esta temporada.

Los Padres ponen a José Gregorio Castillo (P) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con un tirón en el tendón de la corva derecha. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 17 de julio.

6 de julio
Los Orioles ponen fin al período de rehabilitación de Luis Sardiñas (IF) en las Ligas Menores y lo sacan de la lista de incapacitados. A continuación, lo asignan al Norfolk, la sucursal del equipo en Triple A.

Los Indios ponen fin al período de rehabilitación de Carlos Carrasco (P) en el Akron, su sucursal en Doble A, y lo reactivan desde la lista de incapacitados.

Los Filis sacan a Edubray Ramos (P) de la lista de incapacitados y lo incluyen nuevamente en el roster activo.

5 de julio
Los Diamondbacks suben a Silvino Bracho (P) desde el Reno, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la sexta vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Piratas asignan a Francisco Cervelli (C) al Altoona, la sucursal de la organización en Clase A avanzada, para iniciar allí su rehabilitación física. Está en la lista de incapacitados del 22 de junio, con síntomas del síndrome de post conmoción cerebral.

Los Rangers asignan a Carlos Pérez (C) al Round Rock, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A, para continuar allí su rehabilitación física.

Los Rangers asignan a Martín Pérez (C) al Round Rock, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A, para continuar allí su rehabilitación física.

Los Rangers suben a Ricardo Rodríguez (P) desde el Round Rock, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la tercera vez que lo incluyen en el roster de Grandes Ligas esta temporada, aunque la primera vez solamente estuvo en la lista de incapacitados

Los Marlins ponen fin al período de rehabilitación de Martín Prado (3B) en el Jupiter, su sucursal en Clase A avanzada, y lo reactivan desde la lista de incapacitados.

Los Tigres sacan del roster de 40 a Dixon Machado (2B) y lo colocan en la lista de asignación. Detroit tiene ahora siete días, como máximo, para cambiarlo, pasarlo por waivers o dejarlo en libertad. Es la primera vez que esto le ocurre a Machado en su carrera.

Los Mellizos envían a Gabriel Moya (P) al Rochester, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la segunda vez que es bajado a las Menores en esta temporada.

4 de julio
Los Medias Rojas dejan en libertad a Ramón Flores (OF), que se encontraba con el Pawtucket, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A, fuera de roster de 40.

Los Yanquis ponen a Gleyber Torres (2B) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con un tirón muscular en la cadera. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 14 de julio.

Los Rays transfieren a Wilmer Font (P) de la lista de incapacitados de 10 días a la lista de incapacitados de 60 días, liberando así un cupo en el roster de 40. Font, que tiene una lesión en el costado, ahora es elegible para regresar a la acción el 30 de agosto.

Los Medias Rojas envían a William Cuevas (P) al Pawtucket, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la primera vez esta temporada que es devuelto por Boston a su principal filial.

3 de julio
Los Mellizos suben a Gabriel Moya (P) desde el Rochester, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la primera vez que lo llaman desde las Menores y la segunda vez que ocupa un lugar en el roster activo de Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Atléticos envían a Franklin Barreto (SS) al Nashville, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la tercera vez esta temporada que es bajado a las Menores.

Los Ángeles envían a Eduardo Paredes (P) al Salt Lake, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la octava vez esta temporada que Paredes es devuelto por Anaheim a su principal filial.

Los Rockies suben a Antonio Senzatela (P) desde el Albuquerque, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la primera vez que lo llaman desde las Menores y la segunda vez que ocupa un lugar en el roster activo de Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

2 de julio
Los Diamondbacks envían a Silvino Bracho (P) al Fresno, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la quinta vez que es devuelto a las Menores esta temporada.

Los Piratas envían a José Osuna (IF/OF) al Indianapolis, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la tercera vez que es enviado a las Menores esta temporada.

Los Mellizos ponen a Ehire Adrianza (IF) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con una lesión en una corva. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 13 de julio.

Los Medias Rojas incluyen en el roster de 40 a William Cuevas (P) y lo suben desde el Pawtucket, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la primera vez que es llamado a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

1° de julio
Los Diamondbacks suben a Silvino Bracho (P) desde el Reno, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la quinta vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Padres suben a Carlos Asuaje (2B) desde El Paso, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la tercera vez esta temporada que es incluido en el roster activo de las Grandes Ligas.

Los Piratas pasan a Francisco Cervelli (C) de la lista de incapacitados de 7 días a la de 10 días, con síntomas del síndrome de post conmoción cerebral. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 3 de julio.

Los Tigres transfieren a Miguel Cabrera (1B) de la lista de incapacitados de 10 días a la lista de incapacitados de 60 días, liberando así un cupo en el roster de 40. Cabrera está fuera de acción por el resto de la temporada.

30 de junio
Los Rays ponen a Wilmer Font (P) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con una lesión en el costado. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 9 de julio.

Los Marlins suben a Pablo López (P) desde el New Orleans, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la primera vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas en esta temporada y en toda su carrera.

Los Indios asignan a Carlos Carrasco (P) al Akron, la sucursal de la organización en Doble A, para iniciar allí su rehabilitación física.

Los Rangers asignan a Martín Pérez (P) al Frisco, la sucursal de la organización en Doble A, para continuar allí su rehabilitación física.

28 de junio
Los Ángeles suben a Eduardo Paredes (P) desde el Salt Lake, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la octava vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Rangers asignan a Carlos Pérez (C) al Frisco, la sucursal de la organización en Doble A, para comenzar allí su rehabilitación física. Se encuentra en la lista de incapacitados desde el 16 de junio, por un esguince en el tobillo derecho, y es elegible para ser reactivado en las Grandes Ligas en cualquier momento.

Los Bravos ponen fin al período de rehabilitación de Ronald Acuña Jr. (OF) en el Gwinnett, su principal sucursal en las Menores, y lo reactivan desde la lista de incapacitados.

Los Mellizos firman a Juan Graterol (C) con un contrato de Ligas Menores.

27 de junio
Los Marlins asignan a Martín Prado (3B) al Jupiter, la sucursal de la organización en Clase A avanzada, para iniciar allí su rehabilitación física. Está fuera desde el 26 de mayo por una lesión en la corva.

26 de junio
Los Piratas suben a José Osuna (OF) desde el Indianapolis, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la tercera vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Mets envían a Luis Guillorme (IF) a Las Vegas, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la primera vez en esta temporada que Guillorme es devuelto por Nueva York a su principal filial.

25 de junio
Los Filis ponen a Edubray Ramos (P) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con una lesión en el hombro derecho. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 4 de julio.

Los Orioles transfieren a Luis Sardiñas (SS) de la lista de incapacitados de 10 días a la lista de incapacitados de 60 días, liberando así un cupo en el roster de 40. Sardiñas ahora es elegible para regresar a la acción el 30 de junio.

Los Rangers asignan a Martín Pérez (P) al Hickory, la sucursal de la organización en Clase A avanzada, para iniciar allí su rehabilitación física.

24 de junio
Los Ángeles pasan por waivers a Juan Graterol (C) y no es tomado por otro equipo. A continuación, anuncian que han decidido dejarlo en libertad. El receptor se encontraba en el Salt Lake, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A, y fue puesto en asignación el 19 de junio, luego de ser sacado del roster de 40. Este año estuvo en las Mayores entre el Día Inaugural y el 4 de abril, y nuevamente entre el 4 y el 8 de mayo, antes de ser reasignado a las Menores.

23 de junio
Los Ángeles envían a Eduardo Paredes (P) al Salt Lake, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la séptima vez esta temporada que Paredes es devuelto por Anaheim a su principal filial.

22 de junio
Los Piratas ponen a Francisco Cervelli (C) en la lista de incapacitados de 7 días, con síntomas del síndrome de post conmoción cerebral. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 29 de junio.

Los Bravos asignan a Ronald Acuña Jr. (OF) al Gwinett, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A, para iniciar allí su rehabilitación física.

Los Medias Blancas ponen fin al período de rehabilitación de Avisail García (OF) en las Menores y lo reactivan desde la lista de incapacitados.

21 de junio
Los Medias Blancas envían a José Rondón (IF) al Charlotte, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la segunda vez que es reasignado a las Menores esta temporada.

Los Rangers envían a Ricardo Rodríguez (P) al Round Rock, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la segunda vez que es reasignado a las Menores esta temporada.

19 de junio
Los Ángeles retiran a Juan Graterol (C) del roster de 40 y lo ponen en la lista de asignación. Anaheim tiene ahora siete días, como máximo, para cambiarlo, pasarlo por waivers o dejarlo en libertad. Graterol se encontraba en las Menores con el Salt Lake, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A.

Los Dodgers envían a Breyvic Valera (IF/OF) al Oklahoma City, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la tercera vez que es bajado a las Menores esta temporada.

Los Rangers envían a Yohander Méndez (P) al Round Rock, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la segunda vez que es devuelto a las Menores esta temporada.

Los Cardenales retiran a José Alberto Martínez (OF) de la lista de ausencias por paternidad, luego de cinco días y tres juegos, y lo reinstalan en el roster activo.

18 de junio
Los Rangers ponen fin al período de rehabilitación de Elvis Andrus (SS) en las Menores y lo reactivan desde la lista de incapacitados.

Los Rangers suben a Ricardo Rodríguez (P) desde el Round Rock, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la segunda vez que lo incluyen en el roster de Grandes Ligas esta temporada, pero la primera vez solamente estuvo en la lista de incapacitados.

17 de junio
Los Indios ponen a Carlos Carrasco (P) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con una contusión en el codo derecho. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 27 de junio.

16 de junio
Los Rangers asignan a Elvis Andrus (SS) al Round Rock, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A, para continuar allí su rehabilitación física.

Los Rangers ponen a Carlos Pérez (C) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con un esguince en el tobillo derecho. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 26 de junio.

Los Rangers sacan a Robinson Chirinos (C) de la lista de suspendidos.

Los Atléticos suben a Franklin Barreto (2B/SS) desde el Nashville, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la tercera vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

15 de junio
Los Rangers ponen a Robinson Chirinos (C) en la lista de suspendidos. Debe cumplir castigo durante un juego.

Los Mets ponen fin al período de rehabilitación de Wilmer Flores (IF) en las Menores y lo reactivan desde la lista de incapacitados.

Los Ángeles suben a Eduardo Paredes (P) desde el Salt Lake, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la séptima vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Medias Blancas sacan del roster de 40 a Gregory Infante (P) y lo colocan en la lista de asignación. De inmediato, lo pasan por waivers y no es tomado por otro equipo. Lo reasignan al Charlotte, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Infante había sido sacado del roster activo y bajado a las Menores el 28 de abril.

Los Cardenales colocan a José Alberto Martínez (OF) en la lista de ausencias por paternidad. Podrá estar allí hasta tres días, como máximo, antes de ser reactivado o de ser movido a otra lista que permita una ausencia más prolongada.

Los Rangers suben a Yohander Méndez (P) desde el Round Rock, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la segunda vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Rangers transfieren a Martín Pérez (P) de la lista de incapacitados de 10 días a la lista de incapacitados de 60 días, liberando así un cupo en el roster de 40. Pérez ahora es elegible para regresar a la acción el 29 de junio.

14 de junio
Los Mellizos pasan exitosamente por waivers a Gregorio Petit (IF) y lo asignan al Rochester, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la primera vez que lo devuelven a las Menores en esta temporada.

Los Diamondbacks envían a Silvino Bracho (P) al Fresno, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la cuarta vez que es devuelto a las Menores esta temporada.

13 de junio
Los Tigres ponen a Miguel Cabrera (1B) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con una rotura del ligamento del bíceps del brazo izquierdo. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 23 de junio, pero no jugará hasta la próxima temporada.

Los Mets pasan exitosamente por waivers a José Lobatón (C) y lo asignan a Las Vegas, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la segunda vez que lo devuelven a las Menores en esta temporada.

12 de junio
Los Ángeles envían a Eduardo Paredes (P) al Salt Lake, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la sexta vez esta temporada que Paredes es devuelto por Anaheim a su principal filial.

Los Nacionales envían a Adrián Sánchez (IF) al Syracuse, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la segunda vez esta temporada que es devuelto por Washington a las Menores.

Los Medias Blancas asignan a Avisail García (OF) al Charlotte, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A, para comenzar allí su rehabilitación física. Se encuentra en la lista de incapacitados desde el 24 de abril.

Los Mets sacan del roster de 40 a José Lobatón (C) y lo colocan en la lista de asignación. Nueva York tiene ahora siete días, como máximo, para cambiarlo, pasarlo por waivers o dejarlo en libertad. Es la segunda vez esta temporada que acuden a este mecanismo con el receptor.

11 de junio
Los Rangers asignan a Elvis Andrus (SS) al Frisco, la sucursal de la organización en Doble A, para comenzar allí su rehabilitación física. Se encuentra en la lista de incapacitados desde el 13 de abril y el 2 de mayo fue movido a la lista de incapacitados de 60 días. Cumple este 11 de junio ese lapso fuera y es elegible para ser reactivado en las Grandes Ligas en cualquier momento, a partir del 12.

10 de junio
Los Rockies retiran a Jairo Díaz (P) del roster de 40 y lo ponen en la lista de asignación. Colorado tiene ahora siete días, como máximo, para cambiarlo, pasarlo por waivers o dejarlo en libertad. Se encontraba lanzando en las Menores.

9 de junio
Los Yanquis suben a Ronald Torreyes (IF) desde el Scranton-Wilkes/Barre, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la segunda vez que es incluido en el roster de Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

8 de junio
Los Gigantes anuncian que Grégor Blanco (OF) ha sido dejado en libertad por el Sacramento, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. A continuación, renegocian con él y lo firman con un contrato de Ligas Menores, asignándolo otra vez al Sacramento.
El jugador estuvo en el lineup de los Rivercats este viernes. El 2 de junio había sido puesto en asignación y el 5 de junio pasó por waivers, sin ser tomado, tras lo cual había sido enviado a Triple A.

6 de junio
Los Medias Blancas sacan del roster de 40 a Alfredo González (C) y lo colocan en la lista de asignación. De inmediato, lo pasan por waivers y no es tomado por otro equipo. Lo reasignan al Charlotte, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. El receptor había sido sacado del roster activo y bajado a las Menores, a comienzos de semana.

5 de junio
Los Diamondbacks suben a Silvino Bracho (P) desde el Reno, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la cuarta vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Ángeles suben a Eduardo Paredes (P) desde el Salt Lake, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la sexta vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Marineros firman a Williams Pérez (P) con un contrato de Ligas Menores.

Los Gigantes pasan por waivers a Grégor Blanco (OF) sin que sea tomado por otro equipo. A continuación, envían al Sacramento, la sucursal Triple A de la organización

3 de junio
Los Bravos sacan del roster de 40 a Miguel Socolovich (P) y lo colocan en la lista de asignación. De inmediato, deciden pasarlo por waivers y no es tomado por otro equipo. Le comunican su decisión de reasignarlo al Gwinett, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. El pitcher no ejerce su derecho de declararse agente libre y acepta la decisión. Es la tercera vez esta temporada que es bajado a las Menores a través de este procedimiento.

2 de junio
Los Rangers ponen fin al período de rehabilitación de Carlos Tocci (OF) en las Ligas Menores y lo sacan de la lista de incapacitados.

Los Medias Blancas pasan exitosamente por waivers a Ricardo Pinto (P) y lo asignan al Charlotte, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A.

Los Padres suben a José Gregorio Castillo (P) desde El Paso, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la primera vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas en esta temporada y en toda su carrera.

Los Gigantes retiran a Grégor Blanco (OF) del roster y lo ponen en la lista de asignación. San Francisco tiene ahora siete días, como máximo, para cambiarlo, pasarlo por waivers o dejarlo en libertad.

1° de junio
Los Mets incluyen en el roster de 40 a José Lobatón (C) y lo suben desde Las Vegas, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la segunda vez que es llamado a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Atléticos envían a Franklin Barreto (SS) al Nashville, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la segunda vez esta temporada que es bajado a las Menores.

Los Tigres sacan a Miguel Cabrera (C) de la lista de incapacitados de 10 días y lo reinstalan en el roster activo, sin necesidad de cumplir rehabilitación en las Menores.

31 de mayo
Los Bravos incluyen a Miguel Socolovich (P) en el roster de 40 y lo suben desde el Gwinnet, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la tercera vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Orioles asignan a Luis Sardiñas (P) al Norfolk, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A, para iniciar allí con su rehabilitación física.

30 de mayo
Los Cerveceros suben a Orlando Arcia (SS) desde el Colorado Springs, la sucursal Triple A de la organización.

29 de mayo
Los Dodgers suben a Breyvic Valera (P) desde el Oklahoma City, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la cuarta vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Rays asignan a Yonny Chirinos (P) al Durham, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A, para continuar allí con su rehabilitación física.

Los Bravos ponen fin al período de rehabilitación de Aníbal Sánchez (P) en las Ligas Menores y lo sacan de la lista de incapacitados.

Los Rangers ponen fin al período de rehabilitación de Ricardo Rodríguez (P) en las Ligas Menores y lo sacan de la lista de incapacitados. A continuación, lo asignan al Round Rock, la sucursal del equipo en Triple A.

28 de mayo
Los Mets ponen a Wilmer Flores (IF) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con molestias en la parte baja de la espalda. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 7 de junio.

Los Bravos ponen a Ronald Acuña (OF) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con un esguince en el ligamento cruzado anterior de la rodilla izquierda y una contusión en la cadera. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 7 de junio.

Los Medias Blancas retiran a Ricardo Pinto (P) del roster de 40 y lo ponen en la lista de asignación. Chicago tiene ahora siete días, como máximo, para cambiarlo, pasarlo por waivers o dejarlo en libertad. Se encontraba lanzando en las Menores.

26 de mayo
Los Rays activan a Wilmer Font (P).

Los Marlins ponen a Martín Prado (3B) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con un tirón en la corva izquierda. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 5 de junio.

Los Piratas envían a José Osuna (IF/OF) al Indianapolis, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la segunda vez que es enviado a las Menores esta temporada.

Los Yanquis envían a Ronald Torreyes (IF) al Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la primera vez que es enviado a las Menores esta temporada.

25 de mayo
Los Cerveceros envían a Orlando Arcia (SS) al Colorado Springs, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la primera vez que es enviado a las Menores esta temporada.

Los Rays adquieren a Wilmer Font (P) de los Atléticos, a cambio de Peter Bayer (P).

Los Piratas firman a Daniel Angulo (C) con un contrato de Ligas Menores.

24 de mayo
Los Rangers asignan a Carlos Tocci (OF) al Round Rock, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A, para continuar allí su rehabilitación física.

Los Rays asignan a Yonny Chirinos (P) al Charlotte, la sucursal de la organización en Clase A avanzada, para comenzar allí su rehabilitación física.

Los Rojos firman a Alejandro Chacín (P) con un contrato de Ligas Menores. Aún no anuncian a qué categoría será asignado.

Los Medias Blancas incluyen a Alfredo González (C) en el roster de 40 y lo suben desde el Charlotte, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la primera vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas en esta temporada.

23 de mayo
Los Atléticos suben a Franklin Barreto (2B/SS) desde el Nashville, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la segunda vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Atléticos retiran a Wilmer Font (P) del roster activo y lo ponen en la lista de asignación. Oakland tiene ahora siete días, como máximo, para cambiarlo, pasarlo por waivers o dejarlo en libertad.

21 de mayo
Los Padres envían a Carlos Asuaje (2B) a El Paso, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la segunda vez que es enviado a las Menores esta temporada.

Los Mets pasan exitosamente por waivers a José Lobatón (C) y lo asignan a Las Vegas, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A.

Los Bravos asignan a Aníbal Sánchez (P) al Gwinett, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A, para comenzar allí su rehabilitación física.

20 de mayo
Los Ángeles suben a José Briceño (C) desde el Salt Lake, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la primera vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas en esta temporada y en toda su carrera.

Los Medias Blancas suben a José Rondón (P) desde el Charlotte, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la segunda vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

19 de mayo
Los Mets sacan del roster de 40 a José Lobatón (C) y lo colocan en la lista de asignación. Nueva York tiene ahora siete días, como máximo, para cambiarlo, pasarlo por waivers o dejarlo en libertad.

Los Nacionales suben a Adrián Sánchez (IF) desde el Syracuse, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la segunda vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Ángeles envían a Eduardo Paredes (P) al Salt Lake, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la quinta vez esta temporada que Paredes es devuelto por Anaheim a su principal filial.

18 de mayo
Los Mets firman a Ezequiel Carrera (P) con un contrato de Ligas Menores y lo asignan a Las Vegas, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A.

17 de mayo
Los Bravos dejan en libertad a Ezequiel Carrera (P), quien se encontraba en el Gwinett, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A.

16 de mayo
Los Ángeles suben a Eduardo Paredes (P) desde el Salt Lake, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la quinta vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

15 de mayo
Los Padres suben a Carlos Asuaje (2B) desde El Paso, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Pudo ser llamado antes de transcurrir 10 días de su descenso debido a una lesión en el equipo grande.

Los Orioles pasan exitosamente por waivers a Renato Núñez (IF-OF) y lo asignan al Norfolk, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A.

14 de mayo
Los Medias Blancas envían a José Rondón (IF) al Charlotte, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la primera vez que es devuelto a las Menores esta temporada.

Los Rangers asignan a Carlos Tocci (OF) al Frisco, la sucursal de la organización en Doble A, para comenzar allí su rehabilitación física.

Los Padres envían a Carlos Asuaje (2B) a El Paso, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la primera vez que es enviado a las Menores esta temporada.

13 de mayo
Los Rangers envían a Yohander Méndez (P) al Round Rock, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la primera vez que es devuelto a las Menores esta temporada.

Los Orioles envían a Anthony Santander (OF) al Norfolk, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la primera vez que es bajado a las Menores esta temporada.

11 de mayo
Los Diamondbacks envían a Silvino Bracho (P) al Fresno, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la tercera vez que es devuelto a las Menores esta temporada.

Los Rangers sacan a Rougned Odor (2B) de la lista de incapacitados, recuperado de una lesión en la corva izquierda, ponen fin a su reahabilitación y lo colocan en el roster activo.

Los Rangers sacan del roster de 40 a Renato Núñez (IF/OF) y lo colocan en la lista de asignación. Texas tiene ahora siete días, como máximo, para cambiarlo, pasarlo por waivers o dejarlo en libertad.

10 de mayo
Los Marlins sacan a Eliéser Hernández (P) de la lista de incapacitados, recuperado de una lesión en un dedo, ponen fin a su reahabilitación y lo colocan en el roster activo por primera vez en su carrera en las Grandes Ligas.

9 de mayo
Los Rangers asignan a Ricardo Rodríguez (P) al Round Rock, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A, para continuar allí su rehabilitación física.

Los Mets suben a Luis Guillorme (IF) desde Las Vegas, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la primera vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas en esta temporada y en toda su carrera.

8 de mayo
Los Diamondbacks suben a Silvino Bracho (P) desde el Reno, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la tercera vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Orioles envían a Engelb Vielma (IF) al Norfolk, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la segunda vez esta temporada que es devuelto a las Menores.

Los Ángeles envían a Juan Graterol (P) al Salt Lake, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A.

Los Rangers asignan a Rougned Odor (2B) al Round Rock, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A, para continuar allí su rehabilitación física.

Los Piratas suben a José Osuna (OF) desde el Indianapolis, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la segunda vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

7 de mayo
Los Dodgers envían a Breyvic Valera (IF/OF) al Oklahoma City, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la segunda vez que es bajado a las Menores esta temporada.

6 de mayo
Los Ángeles envían a Eduardo Paredes (P) al Salt Lake, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la cuarta vez esta temporada que Paredes es devuelto por Anaheim a su principal filial.

5 de mayo
Los Medias Blancas suben a José Rondón (P) desde el Charlotte, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la primera vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Nacionales envían a Adrián Sánchez (IF) al Syracuse, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A.

Los Medias Rojas retiran a Eduardo Rodríguez (P) de la lista de ausencias por motivos médicos familiares y lo ponen de nuevo en el roster activo.

Los Rangers asignan a Rougned Odor (2B) al Frisco, la sucursal de la organización en Doble A, para comenzar allí su rehabilitación física.

4 de mayo
Los Diamondbacks envían a Silvino Bracho (P) al Fresno, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la segunda vez que es devuelto a las Menores esta temporada.

Los Ángeles suben a Juan Graterol (C) desde el Salt Lake, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la primera vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Dodgers suben a Breyvic Valera (P) desde el Oklahoma City, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la tercera vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Tigres ponen a Miguel Cabrera (1B) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con un tirón en la corva derecha. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 14 de mayo.

3 de mayo
Los Rockies envían a Antonio Senzatela (P) al Albuquerque, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A.

Los Rangers suben a Yohander Méndez (P) desde el Round Rock, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la primera vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Rangers activan a Carlos Pérez (C).

Los Dodgers envían a Breyvic Valera (IF/OF) al Oklahoma City, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A.

2 de mayo
Los Marlins pasan por waivers a Tomás Telis (C) y no es tomado por otro equipo. Lo reasignan al New Orleans, la sucursal Triple A de la organización.

Los Medias Rojas retiran a Eduardo Rodríguez (P) del roster activo y lo ponen en la lista de ausencias por motivos médicos familiares. Puede estar allí de 3 a 7 días como máximo.

Los Rangers transfieren a Elvis Andrus (SS) de la lista de incapacitados de 10 días a la lista de incapacitados de 60 días, liberando así un cupo en el roster de 40. Andrus ahora es elegible para regresar a la acción el 11 de junio.

Los Rangers toman a Carlos Pérez (C) en waivers y lo incluyen en el roster de 40.

1° de mayo
Los Ángeles suben a Eduardo Paredes (P) desde el Salt Lake, la sucursal Triple A de la org
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Hoje gostaríamos de focar sua atenção no que é comumente chamado de Déjà vu. Muitos descreveriam isso como sendo o fato de ter a sensação de que você já viu ou experimentou a circunstância exata que está sendo experimentada atualmente. Fomos solicitados a falar sobre esse assunto antes, mas sentimos que era melhor termos compartilhado nossa perspectiva sobre as realidades paralelas e a natureza do tempo antes de tentar dar nossa explicação sobre esse “fenômeno”.

Muito simplesmente, déjà vu é a percepção consciente de sua mudança de uma realidade paralela para outra. Embora você esteja constantemente alternando entre muitas realidades paralelas, dependendo das escolhas que faz e da vibração com a qual escolhe entrar em ressonância, sua mente consciente não detecta a mudança. No entanto, de vez em quando, há uma “sobreposição de linhas” pela necessidade de uma melhor experimentação consciente, o que tem sido chamado de déjà vu.

Deixe-nos oferecer uma analogia para que você possa entender melhor nossa explicação. Imagine que cada momento da sua vida é uma fotografia instantânea; uma imagem parada. Cada imagem estática é amarrada pelas escolhas que você faz e pela direção do seu foco e intenções que afetam diretamente a sua vibração. Agora imagine que essas “fotografias instantâneas” ou “quadros” ainda estão organizados juntos para formar um filme. Isto é muito semelhante ao modo como os seus desenhos animados ou filmes são feitos. Cada quadro estático é rapidamente visto, o que dá a ilusão de movimento.

A qualquer momento há, é claro, um número infinito de realidades paralelas que contêm uma escolha diferente ou uma “fotografia instantânea” diferente para você escolher. Com essa imagem, é um pouco mais fácil para a mente entender com que frequência você muda de uma realidade paralela para outra. No entanto, quando o Déjà vu é experimentado, é como se um quadro fosse experimentado duas vezes. Como? Por quê? Vamos explanar mais.

O outro componente chave é o “tempo”, ou melhor: sua experiência de tempo linear. Mais uma vez, como já mencionamos muitas vezes anteriormente sobre o “tempo”, ele faz parte da ilusão. Você experimenta o tempo passar de maneira linear, o que ajuda a solidificar a ilusão de sua realidade física. Como explicamos em mensagens anteriores, percebemos que o tempo é muito flexível. Usamos o tempo como um marcador para nos ajudar a encontrar a experiência que gostaríamos de direcionar nosso foco, da mesma forma que os números das páginas de um livro ajudam você a encontrar a página que deseja vivenciar. Também experimentamos tudo como sendo o “momento atual” e todas as experiências estão acontecendo simultaneamente. Entendemos que isso pode ser difícil para a mente humana entender, porque foi treinada e acostumada para funcionar dentro da ilusão de tempo linear.

Quando você muda de uma realidade paralela para outra, sua mente percebe a experiência como uma linha sólida; uma compilação fluida e suave de uma coisa depois da outra. A mente humana filtra todas as outras realidades para permitir que você perceba essa experiência única de ter apenas uma linha de tempo, apenas uma realidade em sua percepção consciente. Lembre-se de que nos reinos mais elevados você está consciente de todas as realidades e pode ver como todas as decisões irão se desenrolar.

A oportunidade única de que todos fazem parte permitiu-lhes ter uma experiência muito diferente. Entretanto, de vez em quando, sua mente consciente percebe a mudança entre as realidades paralelas. Como a mente consciente não tem como processar a informação com a lógica que ela usa para filtrar a informação, a mudança é experimentada como sendo uma réplica exata de outra experiência que já foi percebida. No entanto, é simplesmente uma imagem espelhada de uma experiência que você de fato já experimentou na outra realidade da qual você se afastou.

Muitas vezes, quando você está experimentando déjà vu, você não consegue se lembrar do “tempo” ou instante exato no qual você teve aquela experiência específica, tudo o que você sabe é que você teve essa mesma experiência antes. Parece que todos os mínimos detalhes, até mesmo os sentimentos que você tem, estão sendo repetidos. A razão é que você não teve uma experiência apenas “similar” àquela que você percebe atualmente; mas sim você de fato percebeu conscientemente a mesma experiência duas vezes! A primeira foi quando vocês mudaram da “outra” realidade paralela, e mais uma vez na realidade paralela para a qual vocês mudaram. Sua mente consciente filtra a duplicação na maior parte do tempo, deixando-o sem nenhuma lembrança consciente da experiência; no entanto, de vez em quando, você é capaz de detectar a semelhança que deixa muitos “coçando a cabeça”, intrigados.

Então, da próxima vez que você experimentar “déjà vu”, isso pode ser bastante fascinante agora que você sabe e acabou de perceber conscientemente que é uma mudança de uma realidade para outra.

Esperamos que esta mensagem tenha, de alguma forma, servido a você.

Em Amor e Luz, 

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When Sarah Joy Hays learned in the summer of 2016 that her pastor in Baton Rouge, La., had been having an affair with another woman in their church — a woman who had been her spiritual mentor for many years — she was angry and confused.

"I got pregnant out of wedlock, and she was one of the first people I told," Hays recalled. "She kind of pastored and mentored me through it.

"To find out she was actively involved in this affair throughout that — that's where I had the hardest time, figuring out how to react to that. I was going through something that was very obvious, an 'external sin.' And she was in the same situation, essentially, but nobody knew."

Both the pastor and the woman with whom he had an affair were disciplined by their denomination, and he was removed from the pastorate, Hays said.

Two years later, the small congregation has a new pastor, many members have taken advantage of periodic one-on-one and group counseling provided by their denomination, and some measure of healing has been achieved.

But Hays said she is still guarded spiritually. "It causes you to question any amount of wisdom and discernment from then on," Hays said. "It helps determine trust and how you give away trust."

Bill Hybels. Theodore McCarrick. Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche. Tariq Ramadan. Andy Savage. Paul Pressler. Retired Mormon missions president Joseph L. Bishop. Creation Festival founder Harry Thomas. Rabbi Haskel Lookstein. Stanley Rosenfeld.

The shameful roster of spiritual leaders who have been accused of committing acts of sexual misconduct and abuse, or enabling others to commit such acts, or both has left many souls who looked to them for instruction, discernment and direction to sift through the wreckage wrought by their malfeasance.

What do we do when we learn that the person we trusted as an intermediary for God, or to teach us about all things eternal, is actually a predator? What if the faith leader we've admired all our lives turns out to be more a scoundrel than saint?

"Part of what happens to us, on a much deeper level than the initial shock, disbelief, disappointment or outrage, is that our sense of ourselves is affected negatively," said Lallene Rector, president of Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary in Illinois, where she has been an associate professor of psychology of religion and pastoral psychotherapy since 1986.

"To the extent that we have felt enhanced in our own self-esteem by our affiliation with these leaders, part of what we may experience (often unawares) is a deflation of our own self-worth," said Rector.

"The failure of these idealized figures can strike at the very heart of our own longing for a kind of perfection," left over from our disappointments in our parents and other adults in childhood, said Rector. "Add God to that mix — the clergy as a role representative of God — and it's psychologically intoxicating."

The Bible can be instructive to some believers when it comes to spiritual leaders falling from grace — but perhaps not in the way some people might think it is.

Take King David, for instance — at best a morally complicated man who was nevertheless, Scripture says, "the apple of God's eye." It's a paradox often invoked to defend faith (and other) leaders who behave badly.

"David is like these pastors in that he is lionized for the things that he did, like expanding boundaries and whatnot, and a tradition of overlooking" the bad things he did, said the Rev. Wil Gafney, associate professor of Hebrew Bible at Brite Divinity School in Fort Worth, Texas.

But Gafney said the biblical king's story is not meant to be a prescription for how anyone should behave. "Just because God did something wonderful with (David) doesn't mean we should do all the things he did."

From her reading of the biblical account, Gafney believes David raped Bathsheba. "The text says he sent men to get her. That evaporates consent," Gafney said.

"I think we need to be able to not hang a thing around someone's neck forever," Gafney said, "but be honest and not sweep it under the rug. That means allowing brokenness to be broken."

Because David's story is about "how we deal with a beloved leader," Gafney said, "some have chosen to say, 'Well, it was all worth it.' Some have said, 'Let's leave his bygones in the past.' But others choose to say, 'Let's be real about this person and this is part of that legacy that doesn't go away.' And it doesn't go away, because when we don't hold him accountable for it in our telling, we then give other people permission.

"Christians have evolved into this understanding of repentance that is not biblical — that it's about saying, 'I'm sorry,' and hopefully not doing the thing again."

But that's only the first layer of repentance, said Gafney. "From the Hebrew Bible forward, reparation is at the heart of repentance. ... Yes, your profound sorrow, your turning your life around — that's part of it — but you've still never made it right," she said.

If the ramifications of one person's failure can seem endless, the failure of an institution means restitution on another scale. A moral catastrophe like the systemic cover-up by bishops and other Catholic leaders cataloged in the landmark, 1,300-page Pennsylvania grand jury report released in August "demands public and sincere lamentation from every segment of the Body of Christ," said Richard Rohr, the Franciscan priest and founder of the Center for Action and Contemplation in Albuquerque, N.M., in a recent statement. "Only then can deep healing begin."

But Rohr points out that the Catholic Church has more than just sinful behavior to account for. "It also demands public ownership, repentance, and reform of our very immature teaching in regard to sexuality in general, male power issues in particular, and our 'enforced' understanding of celibacy, which will predictably produce this kind of result.

"This shadowy material will keep emerging unless we own it and hold it fully accountable," he said.

And while leaders do their work, we have our own to do. "In the meantime," he wrote, "let's all pray and try to live more authentic sexual and spiritual lives ourselves." {eoa}

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'A good day' at the Spaceport
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Copyright © 2018 Albuquerque Journal. SPACEPORT AMERICA – It took two – maybe three – heartbeats for the roar of the blastoff to race over the half mile of rugged desert terrain between the launch pad and the 60-plus spectators gathered at launch ...
NASA's Foldable HeatshieldSpace Ref (press release)
NASA's "game changing" foldable heat shield makes first flightNew Atlas
Nasa's new heat shield may help humans get to MarsBusiness Day
StreetInsider.com -Newsy -KOAT Albuquerque
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Address: 299 Calle Del Fuego Albuquerque, New Mexico
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On the east side of Edith Blvd there is a stove and couch that has been illegally dumped. can you please send solid waste to pick it up as soon as possible? This is an area used for the balloon fiesta and it is a residential area. Thanks


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Please clean up of trash and human waste including urine and feces from the walkway and sidewalk adjacent to the Springer Building at 121 Tijeras Ave., NE. This walkway is used as a pathway for local workers off of Broadway and Tijeras to access downtown businesses and restaurants. It has become extremely unsafe and hazardous.


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          Vampire facial made popular by Kim Kardashian causes HIV, hepatitis scare in New Mexico - KIRO Seattle      Cache   Translate Page      

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Vampire facial made popular by Kim Kardashian causes HIV, hepatitis scare in New Mexico
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A spa in Albuquerque, New Mexico, has been shut down as state officials urge customers to get tested for a number of bloodborne illnesses related to the spa's “vampire facials,” including HIV, and hepatitis B and C, according to news reports. >> Read ...
This Celebrity-Favorite Treatment May Have Exposed People to HIV and HepatitisYahoo Food
What Is a Vampire Facial? Everything to Know About the Skin TreatmentAllure Magazine

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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M., Sept. 13, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Death almost always seems to be a surprise, and that's why most people are woefully unprepared when it happens. The Before I Die New Mexico Festival, taking place Tuesday, October 30 to Sunday, November 4, 2018, in Albuquerque, Santa Fe...


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          Clients Who Underwent Vampire Facials at New Mexico Spa Urged to Get Tested for HIV       Cache   Translate Page      

New Mexico health officials are warning clients who got a vampire facial at an Albuquerque spa to get tested for HIV and hepatitis, after one person got an infection.

The New Mexico Department of Health immediately shut down VIP Spa after the client reported the infection. The NMDOH investigated the spa on Friday, and found that their injected treatments, including vampire facials, could spread blood-borne infections like HIV, and hepatitis B and C.

Vampire facials use the client’s own blood pulled and re-inserted with micro-needling to refresh the skin on their face.

“It is very important that anyone who received a vampire facial or other injection related service at the VIP Spa in May or June of 2018 come to the Midtown Public Health Office for free and confidential lab testing and counseling,” Lynn Gallagher, the NMDOH cabinet secretary, said in a statement.

NMDOH epidemiologist Dr. Michael Landen said they were alarmed by how VIP Spa stored, handled and disposed of needles.

“That’s concerning, because if needles aren’t handled appropriately, you could potentially increase the risk of a blood-borne infection,” Landen told KOAT News.

Luly Ruiz, the owner of VIP Spa, said that they only use disposable needles.

“I open them in front of my clients every time they come,” she told KOAT.

RELATED VIDEO: We Tried It: Vampire Facial

Ruiz is working with NMDOH, and wants her clients to take advantage of the free testing.

“I want everybody to be sure, everybody to be happy and to know they don’t have anything,” she said.

PEOPLE has contacted VIP Spa for further comment.

Kim Kardashian famously underwent a vampire facial in 2013, but said the procedure was uncomfortable because she was pregnant with son North at the time, and could not get the usual numbing treatments beforehand.

“Before I got the procedure, I just found out that I was pregnant, so I couldn’t use numbing cream or a pain killer and both are suggested,” she said at the time. “It was really rough and painful for me.”


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This Celebrity-Favorite Treatment May Have Exposed People to HIV and HepatitisWith celebrities like Kim Kardashian West and Minka Kelly boasting the benefits of this in-office treatment, microneedling with PRP—also known as the Vampire Facial—has grown in popularity immensely over the last few years. However, even though results of this procedure are generally pretty great, recent news has some people reconsidering their anti-aging treatment of choice.According to LiveScience, a spa in Albuquerque, New Mexico—which offers the Vampire Facial as a treatment in their facility—may have exposed clients to blood-borne infections like ...



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          Albuquerque Police look to replace EC120      Cache   Translate Page      
City councillors of Albuquerque, Ken Sanchez and Trudy Jones, have joined together to ask their fellow councillors for the approval of a new helicopter for the Albuquerque Police Department. The department’s current EC120 is going on 17 years old and has issues operating at high altitudes. They have had to use it 44 times this year... Read more »
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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) - The Latest on a remote New Mexico desert compound where 11 children were found living in filth and the body of a boy was discovered (all times local):

6:40 p.m.

A federal judge has ordered five former residents of a ramshackle compound in northern New Mexico ...

          Comentário em Opinião: Dubrovnik e Coimbra, cidades monumentais por A. de Albuquerque      Cache   Translate Page      
Quase sem comentários! Continuo a afirmar que fazemos parte, se bem que não seja grande paleativo, dos "orgulhosos" latinos do sul da Europa!
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Ts lavinny albuquerque has a lot of fun posing with her throbbing hard cock inside her sheer nylon pantyhose. watch lavinny pull down her hose and stroke her hot erection for you in this solo scene.

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Gorgeous transgirls lavinny and lynda enjoy some flip fucking fun on the bed. watch this horny duo sucking, fucking and jackingoff their cum in this ts on ts hardcore scene.

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          STDcheck.com Offers Free Testing to Victims of VIP Spa "Vampire Facial" Scandal      Cache   Translate Page      

HOUSTON, Sept. 13, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Patrons of VIP Spa, located in Albuquerque, New Mexico, are being asked by public health officials to get tested for HIV, Hepatitis B, and Hepatitis C. Clients are particularly urged to seek out testing if they underwent an injection-related...


          Financial Fraud: Arturo Vargas Previously Entered Guilty Plea and Admitted Role in Scheme in April 2018      Cache   Translate Page      
Another Texas Businessman Pleads Guilty to Participating in Multi-Million Dollar Fraud Scheme that Exploited Big Crow Program Office at Kirtland Air Force Base Business Partner Previously Entered Guilty Plea and Admitted Role in Scheme in April 2018 ALBUQUERQUE – Arturo Vargas, 55, a businessman from El Paso, Texas, pleaded guilty today in federal court in […]
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On my visit to Seattle last month, I was in a hurry to get to a ferry, and all I found was 4 straight dead e-limes. All I wanted to do was roll down the hill, and would have happily rented a dead one. Alas. On-topic. No, bike anger and attempted murder hasn't reached Albuquerque. Probably because the bike share is fairly nascent, though we just expanded and went semi-dockless. Our anger is saved for buses, oddly enough. When the infrastructure is so deadly that no one would dare get in the way of a car going 50-60 on local roads, there isn't really much for people driving to hate. Nor people walking, because it's even deadlier. So folks don't walk here. And the few that do, die pretty quickly. We kill peds at an unparalleled rate.
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Mysterious observatory evacuation stirs alien conspiracy theories

Probably terrorist hackershttps://www.cnet.com/news/mysterious-observatory-evacuation-stirs-alien-conspiracy-theories/The Dunn Solar Telescope at the Sunspot solar observatory hides most of itself underground.Amanda Kooser/CNETReports that a Blackhawk helicopter and federal agents swooped in and inexplicably evacuated a remote part of New Mexico, including a prominent solar observatory, has some corners of the internet predictably atwitter about a possible alien coverup. FBI agents showed up at the Sunspot solar observatory in tiny Sunspot, New Mexico, on Friday and shut down the facility, evacuating the local area, including the Sunspot post office. "There was a Blackhawk helicopter, a bunch of people around antennas and work crews on towers, but nobody would tell us anything," Otero County Sheriff Benny House told the Alamogordo Daily News. "I don't know why the FBI would get involved so quick and not tell us anything."Five days later, the observatory's website confirms the entire facility is closed to both staff and the public until further notice. "The Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy (AURA) who manages the facility is addressing a security issue at this time," AURA spokesperson Shari Lifson said in an emailed statement. "It's a temporary evacuation of the facility. We will open it up as soon as possible."8The year's wackiest 'evidence' aliens and UFOs are real (pictures)I have reached out to FBI field offices in Albuquerque and El Paso, Texas, for comment and will update this story when I hear back. Meanwhile, in the vacuum created by the lack of an official explanation, plenty of people on YouTube and social media and tabloid publications have stepped in to suggest their own. Some say the evacuation could be part of a government effort to cover up a discovery involving aliens, an impending solar flare or something else extra-planetary. Others on Reddit and elsewhere think the security issue may involve a foreign power attempting to use the observatory's antennas to spy on nearby White Sands Missile Range. The observatory was originally built by the military in 1947 when it realized the sun could interfere with radio communications. The National Science Foundation ran the facility from the 1960s until this year, when operation was transferred to AURA and New Mexico State University. Hopefully it isn't now in the process of being unwillfully transferred to aliens or foreign spies. We shall see. See More

          A Look at Artists who Hold Leadership Roles in their Cities      Cache   Translate Page      

With the midterm elections two months away and as New York rolls out its primary election on Thursday, September 13, we showcase a story series by ArtPlace that points out to artists who hold leadership roles in their cities.

Carlos Contreras, National Poetry Slam champion and founder of Immastar Productions, sat down with ArtPlace to discuss his role as director of Innovation & Marketing for the Mayor’s Office in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and the role art has in his day by day.

"Have you had insights from your work in government that have informed your art practice? How about from your art practice that have informed your day job?" ArtPlace asked Contreras.

These days, sitting in this chair, the varied and surprisingly large network that was developed by my poetry posts and touring and workshops and speaking, in and around Albuquerque and the greater Southwest, is coming into play a lot. (...) The fact that my access point was originally created in the art space allows me to reach out and say, “Here’s what I’m talking about with the city, and it has everything to do with what you're doing.” In most municipalities, I don’t think you see that. That’s been neat, to feel like in some senses we are gaining a place for [these new] individuals at the table.

Read the full post here.

Image: Immastar Productions website


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Mondays aren’t supposed to be this much fun. Urban 360 Pizza, Grill and Tap House invited a crowd of Yelp Elites to come eat, play and connect, and the tour of the menu was unforgettable. This eatery is the fourth for owners Wei, Eric and family, with appetizers and entrees covering New York style pizza,... Read more

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Frederico Varandas passou mensagem à equipa de voleibol

Conversa com plantel, técnicos e elementos do staff da secção

No prosseguimento dos seus contactos com o ecletismo leonino, Frederico Varandas esteve reunido ao final da manhã desta quinta-feira no Auditório da Academia Sporting, com jogadores, técnicos e elementos do staff da secção de voleibol, num encontro semelhante ao que antes havia acontecido com a equipa principal do Sporting de futsal.

Em ambas as oportunidades o presidente do clube leonino reforçou a mensagem de espírito de união, tendo também marcado presença o novo director-geral das modalidades, Miguel Albuquerque e Miguel Afonso, vogal do mesmo departamento.

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Leoninamente,
Até à próxima

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          Magistrate: Protective Orders Bar Disclosure Of Expert's Prison Medical Documents      Cache   Translate Page      
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - A detainee suing a detention center for medical negligence and constitutional violations saw her motion to compel documents that were provided to a medical expert in a prior lawsuit against the same facility denied Sept. 5, as a New Mexico federal magistrate judge concluded that protective orders in the previous case prevented their disclosure (Shawna Tanner v. Timothy I. McMurray, et al., No. 1:17-cv-00876, D. N.M., 2018 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 151715).
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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - A detainee suing a detention center for medical negligence and constitutional violations saw her motion to compel documents that were provided to a medical expert in a prior lawsuit against the same facility denied Sept. 5, as a New Mexico federal magistrate judge concluded that protective orders in the previous case prevented their disclosure (Shawna Tanner v. Timothy I. McMurray, et al., No. 1:17-cv-00876, D. N.M., 2018 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 151715).
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Evaluation of Noninvasive Prenatal Testing (NIPT) guidelines using the AGREE II instrument.

J Matern Fetal Neonatal Med. 2018 Sep 09;:1-9

Authors: Rego de Sousa MJ, Albuquerque M, Ribeiro R, Cruz G, Mateus P, de Sousa J, de Sousa G

Abstract
OBJECTIVE: The rapid increase of cell-free fetal DNA analysis for Down syndrome screening requires evidence-based clinical practice guidelines for noninvasive prenatal testing (NIPT). Several studies show that the quality of many guidelines is low and there are still many health areas where this quality is not systematically evaluated. Given the absence of research, in the NIPT field, we used an internationally validated tool to evaluate a set of three NIPT practice guidelines and to look at dimensions that can be improved.
METHODS: Four appraisers, experts in prenatal screening, evaluated three main NIPT guidelines published in the last 2 years using the AGREE II (Appraisal of Guidelines for Research and Evaluation II), a tool specifically designed for guideline quality appraisal.
RESULTS: Guidelines scored higher in domains related with scope, purpose, and clarity of presentation, and lower in stakeholder involvement and rigor of development. Intradomain items evaluation showed asymmetries between guidelines. The UK-NSC was the guideline with the best scores.
DISCUSSION: Several areas of NIPT guidelines, such as stakeholders involvement, selection of supporting evidence, external reviews, updating processes, and competing interests disclosure, can be improved. Appraisers recommend modifications to all NIPT guidelines that can lead to substantial improvements in their methodological quality and subsequently make a contribution to prenatal screening improvement.

PMID: 30205421 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]


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"Vampire facials" at New Mexico spa may have exposed customers to HIV
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The New Mexico Department of Health (NMDOH) is recommending that customers who have been to one particular spa in Albuquerque get tested for HIV, hepatitis B and hepatitis C. Anyone who received any type of injection related service, including a ...
'Vampire facial' spa in New Mexico may have exposed clients to HIV, hepatitisUSA TODAY

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Clients Who Underwent Vampire Facials at New Mexico Spa Urged to Get Tested for HIV
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New Mexico health officials are warning clients who got a vampire facial at an Albuquerque spa to get tested for HIV and hepatitis, after one person got an infection. The New Mexico Department of Health immediately shut down VIP Spa after the client ...
Vampire facial made popular by Kim Kardashian causes HIV, hepatitis scare in New MexicoFOX13 Memphis
Customers who got 'vampire facials' at New Mexico spa urged to get tested for HIVWLS-TV
'Vampire facial' treatment once promoted by Kim Kardashian leads to HIV scareSacramento Bee (blog)
Las Cruces Sun-News -Yahoo Food -Allure Magazine
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ICÉM CARAÚBAS | GIDEL DE MORAIS | 12 DE SETEMBRO DE 2018 -17:46HS



Amados irmãos e irmãs em Cristo, com muita alegria a nossa comunidade se prepara para festejar mais uma festa do nosso santo padroeiro, o Sagrado Coração de Jesus. A festa é um momento forte na vida da comunidade, é tempo de encontrar-se com Deus, é tempo de encontrar-se com os irmãos. Este ano a Igreja no Brasil está vivendo o Ano Nacional do Laicato, desta forma escolhemos para refletir o tema: “Pelo Sagrado Coração de Jesus, somos chamados a ser sal da terra e luz do mundo”. Com alegria convidamos a todos para celebrarem conosco a Festa do Coração de Jesus. A todos uma abençoada festa.      
                                                   
Atenciosamente, a comissão da festa.

Peregrinação da imagem
Dia 29/08: Celebração de envio da imagem que iniciará a peregrinação nas famílias da comunidade.
PEREGRINAÇÃO NAS COMUNIDADES
Dia 29/08: Lajes e livramento.
Dia 30/08: Igarapé.
Dia 31/08: Poço da Baixa.
Dia 01/09: Pátio da Baixa.
Dia 02/09: Sitio Cabo.
Dia 03/09: Cachoeira II
Dia 04/09: Famílias da RN 117
Dia 05/09: 09 de outubro.

Programação religiosa

Dia 06 de setembro de 2018: Abertura da festa.
18h30min: Acolhida da Imagem do Sagrado Coração de Jesus vindo da capela de São Francisco do PA 09 de outubro.
19h: Santa Missa de abertura.
Celebrante: Pe. Gláudio. 

Dia 08 de setembro de 2018: 1ª noite de novena.
Noiteiros: Sindicato dos Trabalhadores Rurais, Atos, Associação de Cachoeira II, Catequese, Pastoral da Juventude/Grupo de Jovens da cidade, Sitio Pátio da Baixa, Sítio Cabo e afilhados da noite
Tema: “Vós sois o sal da terra (...) Vós sois a luz do mundo” Mt: 5, 13-16”
Pregador: Seminarista Clóvis Augusto.
Príncipe: Lucas Felipe de Casto Silva 

Dia 09 de setembro de 2018: 2ª noite de novena.
Noiteiros: Capelas de: Nossa Senhora do Carmo, N. S. de Fátima (Caraúbas), N. S. de Fátima (1º de Maio), N. S. da Conceição (Caraúbas), Santo Antônio (Caraúbas). N. S. da Saúde (São Geraldo) Ministros Extraordinários da Eucaristia, Grupo de Escoteiros e afilhados da noite.
Tema: “Cristãos leigos e leigas, sujeitos de uma Igreja em saída”.  Doc. 105
Pregador: André Santos
Princesa: Melyssa Marian Pereira da Costa    

Dia 10 de setembro de 2018: 3ª noite de novena.
Noiteiros: Idosos, PSF da Cachoeira, Comerciantes Locais, Associação Cachoeira I, Conselho Tutelar, Comunidades de São Geraldo, Trindade, Mariana I e II ,  e afilhados da noite.
Tema: “Cristão leigos e leigas, verdadeiros sujeitos eclesiais. ” Doc. 105
Pregadora: Socorro Albuquerque Gurgel
Príncipe:  Ezequiel Pereira Freitas

Dia 11 de setembro de 2018: 4ª noite de novena.
Noiteiros: Associação Teotônio Neves de Brito, APAE, Comunidade Obra de Maria, Renovação Carismática Católica, Grupo de Idosos Amantes das Caraubeiras, Grupo dos Consagrados a Nossa Senhora e afilhados da noite.
Tema: “Cristãos leigos e leigas, a serviço do Reino de Deus”. Doc. 105
Pregadora: João Maxsandro
Princesa: Endra Mônica Linhares de Freitas

Dia 12 de setembro de 2018: 5ª noite de novena.
Noiteiros: Comunidades de Lajes e Livramento, Clube os Poetas “Menestrel Leto Fernandes”, Pastoral do Batismo, Sítios: moradores da RN 117, Pedreiros da comunidade e afilhados da noite.
Tema: “Cristãos leigos e leigas, testemunhas do Reino de Deus na sociedade. ” Pregador: - José Costa
Príncipe: Vanderson Silva Dantas

Associação Santa Teresinha, Assentamentos 8 de março e 9 de outubro, Pastoral da Criança, Pastoral da Família, Apostolado da Oração, Movimento Apostólico de Mãe Rainha, Pastoral da Visitação e afilhados da noite
Tema: Cristãos leigos e leigas, mensageiros do amor de Deus.
Pregadora: Nilma Fernandes
Príncipe: Johnny Carlos Pereira de Oliveira 

Dia 14 de setembro de 2018: 7ª noite de novena.
Noiteiros: Escola Municipal Francisco de Paula Pessoa Filho, Pastoral do Dízimo, comunidades de: Igarapé, Poço da Baixa (Capela Santo Antônio), Vertente, Cacimbinha e afilhados da noite
Tema: “Cristãos leigos e leigas, discípulos e missionários de Jesus Cristo”.
Pregador: Júlio Cesar
Príncipe: Kaic Levi

Dia 15 de setembro de 2018: 8ª noite de novena.
Noiteiros: Terços: dos Homens e das Mulheres, CDL, Família Maçônica, Casais Paroquiano, UFERSA, Prefeitura Municipal de Caraúbas, Câmara Municipal de Vereadores, Imprensa Falada e Escrita, Contadores e Filhos Ausentes e afilhados da noite.
Tema: “Cristãos leigos e leigas na Igreja e na Sociedade” Doc. 105
Pregador:  Claudio Silva
Príncipe:  Keirrison Ricardo

Dia 16 de setembro de 2018: Encerramento da festa.
16h30min: Procissão saindo da residência de Dona Raimunda (Cachoeira)
17h: Santa Missa.
-Dia 16/09: Batizado

Eventos
- Dia 02/09: Cavalgada 
- Dia 08/09: Após a novena teremos a apresentação cultural “Espetáculo em nome da fé”.
- Dia 09/09: III Maratona do Sagrado Coração de Jesus.
- Dia 09/09: ÀS 06h: Ofício divino seguido de café partilhado.
- Dia 11/09: Noite da Viola
- Dia 12/09: Apresentação Musical das Escolas: Isabel Dina e Fco. De Paula
- Dia 13/09: A Mais Bela Voz Infantil
- Dia 14/09: Escolha da Miss Coração de Jesus 2018
- Dia 15/09: Festa Dançante

PARCEIROS
Prefeitura Municipal de Caraúbas (Prefeito Júnior Alves e Vice Paulo Brasil) /Secretaria de Educação do Município/Paróquia de São Sebastião/Radio Centenário de Caraúbas/Liderança FM Caraúbas/Imprensa/falada e escrita/Cantinho da Criança/Ass. de Cachoeira/Ivanildo Eletromóveis/Wilson Agro veterinária/Chavinho Variedade/Construcenter Amorim/Supermercado Irmãos Gurgel/Casa Júnior/Escritório de Contabilidade Haroldo Gurgel/ Escritório de Contabilidade Assis Brito/ Blogs. Paróquia 

de Caraúbas/Grupo Novinho Praxedes/Marquinho CdShow/Sociedade Ativa/Icem Caraúbas/Formula Certa/Ponto do Pão/Colunistas Apolion Rodrigues, Tica Soares e Wandilson Ramalho.


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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - A New Mexico federal judge on Sept. 11 sent the "first impression" question of whether three Native American tribes' aboriginal water rights were extinguished merely by the imposition of Spanish authority and without any affirmative act to the 10th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals to answer (United States, et al. v. Tom Abousleman, et al., No. 6:83-cv-1041, D. N.M., 2018 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 155413).
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Former longtime Harper One svp and publisher Mark Tauber, who left the company at the end of 2017 "to pursue other interests," has joined Chronicle Books as managing director of a new, to be named imprint. Launching in fall 2019 and aiming to publish 6 to 8 books a season, the line will focus "on narrative and inspirational non-fiction in subjects ranging from health, wellness, and lifestyle to creative business, sports, memoir, and reference."

Chronicle president Tyrrell Mahoney says in the announcement, "We are thrilled to welcome Mark Tauber to Chronicle Books. His extensive publishing acumen and deep experience identifying talent and cultivating bestsellers will enable us to publish an even wider range of content to complement our already exceptional book and gift program and serve our mission to spark the passions and interests of our loyal customers around the world."

Tauber adds, "I have been a great fan, a devoted consumer, and a happy neighbor here in San Francisco for many years. I look forward to building this new imprint and working with the smart, creative Chronicle Books team as I blend my own experience with their high-quality, high-impact, award-winning, and distinguished tradition of success. And I can hardly wait to jump back in again working with all my agent and industry colleagues to discover, develop, and publish leading, authentic, and enduring authors and projects."

Elsewhere, Mandy Archer joins Bloomsbury Children's UK on September 18 to lead the Harry Potter team in the new role of editorial director and head of brand, reporting to Rebecca McNally. She was previously a freelance publishing consultant, and collaborated with Bloomsbury on the 2017 Harry Potter History of Magic books and exhibition at the British Library.

Malcolm Gladwell's fascination with podcasts is only growing, as chairman and editor in chief of the Slate Group Jacob Weisberg announced on Twitter: "After 22 years I'm leaving Slate to launch a new audio company with Malcolm Gladwell." (They were housemates together in Washington, DC in the mid-80s.) They NYT saysthe company "will be funded by Gladwell and Weisberg at the outset. It will focus on creating new podcasts, audiobooks and short-form audio content."

Forthcoming
St. Martin's announced that it will publish Stormy Daniels' memoir FULL DISCLOSURE on October 2 in the US, with Pan Macmillan publishing in the UK, Australia, South Africa and India, and Droemer Knaur publishing in Germany. They say that she "shares everything about how she came to be a leading actress and director in the adult film business, the full truth about her journey from a rough childhood in Louisiana onto the national stage, and the events that led to the nondisclosure agreement and the behind-the-scenes attempts to intimidate her."

Events
The ABA announced the full program for Winter Institute, which will take place in January in Albuquerque. Keynote speakers include: Hanif Abdurraquib, Margaret Atwood, Georgia Hardstark and Karen Kilgariff, Erin Morgenstern, and Reshma Saujani.

Film/TV
Leah Kochand Bea Koch, the sisters who co-own romance bookstore the Ripped Bodice in Los Angeles, have signedan overall deal with Sony Pictures TV to "develop projects based on their close relationship with romance novel authors and readers." Lauren Stein, evp drama development for Sony Pictures Television said, "They have fantastic taste and a distinctive perspective on the romance genre. We are thrilled to have them in our family."

Bookselling
The Barnes & Noble on Route 9 in Howell, NJ will close by the end of the year when the lease expires, though an exact date has not been announced. Chuck Lanyard president of commercial real estate brokerage The Goldstein Group saidthe store is up for lease: "Barnes & Noble has elected to not renew their lease at this location."


The National Book Foundation announced the longlist for its inaugural National Book Award for Translated Literature. Titles in contention include eight novels, one story collection, and one work of nonfiction. The candidates were originally published in nine languages including French, Spanish, Arabic, Tamil, Norwegian, Italian, Japanese, Polish, and Russian.

Negar Djavadi, Disoriental, Translated by Tina Kover (Europa Editions)
Roque Larraquy, Comemadre, Translated by Heather Cleary (Coffee House Press)
Dunya Mikhail, The Beekeeper, Translated by Dunya Mikhail and Max Weiss (New Directions Publishing)
Perumal Murugan, One Part Woman, Translated by Aniruddhan Vasudevan (Black Cat)
Hanne Orstavik, Love, Translated by Martin Aitken (Archipelago Books)
Gunnhild Oyehaug, Wait, Blink, Translated by Kari Dickson (Farrar, Straus and Giroux)
Domenico Starnone, Trick, Translated by Jhumpa Lahiri (Europa Editions)
Yoko Tawada, The Emissary, Translated by Margaret Mitsutani (New Directions Publishing)
Olga Tokarczuk, Flights, Translated by Jennifer Croft (Riverhead Books)
Tatyana Tolstaya, Aetherial Worlds, Translated by Anya Migdal (Knopf)


The National Book Awards announced their poetry longlist, naming Terrance Hayes, who won the prize for Lightheadin 2010, and former finalist Rae Armantrout. Also on the list is two-term US Poet Laureate and Pulitzer Prize winner Natasha Trethewey. The full list of candidates:

Rae Armantrout, Wobble(Wesleyan University Press)
Jos Charles, feeld(Milkweed Editions)
Forrest Gander, Be With (New Directions)
Terrance Hayes, American Sonnets for My Past and Future Assassin (Penguin Books)
J. Michael Martinez, Museum of the Americas (Penguin Books)
Diana Khoi Nguyen, Ghost Of (Omnidawn Publishing)
Justin Phillip Reed, Indecency(Coffee House Press)
Raquel Salas Rivera, lo terciario / the tertiary (Timeless, Infinite Light)
Natasha Trethewey, Monument: Poems New and Selected (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt)
Jenny Xie, Eye Level (Graywolf Press)

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When the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta field falls silent at the end of a festival day, a team of contractors hauls dumpsters’ worth of garbage until around 2 a.m. in preparation for the next day. The late-night cleaning follows a long day of picking up trash. Casper Montoya, the owner of Albuquerque-based Before Daylite Electric & Construction, which is contracted for cleanup at Balloon Fiesta, has learned that shifts are the way to go for proper maintenance during New Mexico’s largest…

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YOU DON’T LIVE IN ALBUQUERQUE? For the music. It is an amazing place for other reasons, great natural beauty. But this week’s rather sparse “recommended” list would make a good year there. And … that’s why I left. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED: TONIGHT! — GERALD CLAYTON, Marcel Camargo (you can bask in the exquisite piano stylings of […]

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Do you remember the instructor who encouraged you to believe in yourself and in your ability to be the successful professional you are today? Now you have the unique opportunity to be that instructor and create the "a-ha" moment of sudden insight and comprehension that will change a student's life forever. The Nursing Instructor engages Carrington College students in a world-class learning experience as they prepare for a successful career. Your contribution to their education will be essential as you share your skills, knowledge and experience to empower our students with the information, tools and resources to be successful. Best of all, you will enjoy the tremendous personal and professional satisfaction that comes from building rewarding relationships with our students as they progress through their program. + Highly organized and detail oriented. + Interacts effectively and professionally with students, staff, faculty, and external customers of Carrington College including Advisory Board members and externship and other off campus sites. + Exceptional customer focused skills. Ability to address student needs and resolve issues with diplomacy and tact. + Interpersonal skills including questioning, listening and showing concern and respect for others. + Solid writing skills to communicate effectively in memos, letters, and via email. + Excellent verbal communication skills including ability to project voice and be clearly understood when speaking in front of a group. + Ability to maintain confidentiality. + Possess a high degree of integrity and commitment to comply with policies, regulations, and codes of conduct governing all aspects of job responsibilities. + Commitment to the success of the students and the school. + Computer literacy skills including working knowledge of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook. Completes other duties as assigned. + Master’s Degree + Must have a current RN license + 2 years of field experience + CPR certification + Must demonstrate competency in the assigned teaching field + Teaching and/or supervisory experience desirable We are proud to be an EEO employer M/F/D/V. We maintain a drug-free workplace and perform pre-employment substance abuse testing. Thank you for applying for this outstanding opportunity today. Carrington College is The Starting Point for Health Care Careers. When you join our team of qualified instructors, you’re choosing an institution that truly cares about its students. If you have a passion for health care and want to be part of an organization focused on providing high-quality education to help students reach their career goals, you’re in the right place! At Carrington College we care about our colleagues too. We know our students’ success depends on having great faculty and instructors to help guide them on their journey, and we want top-notch talent to be part of our team. We want to help you find your way toward a bright future, both personally and professionally. Carrington College provides postsecondary education in the western region of the United States. With more than 100,000 graduates, we’re committed to giving our students the tools they need to succeed. We offer high-quality, career-oriented health care programs with both online and on ground education options. Carrington College’s broad range of specialized Certificate of Achievement and Associate Degree programs combine clinical training, theoretical classroom exercises, technology-based simulations and real patient interaction to prepare students for success in the real world. Our programs are delivered in a focused, professional and progressive environment by supportive faculty who serve not only as educators, but as coaches and mentors. For decades, Carrington College has been a source of qualified graduates for the health care industry. We believe in taking care of those who take care of others. We offer our colleagues a wide range of benefits. Whether it’s advancing your career, maintaining a healthy lifestyle or saving for retirement, our comprehensive benefit offerings can help you reach your goals for the future. If you’re ready to join an institution like ours, we’d love you to apply! Req Number: 2018-103829 Department: Academics FLSA Status: Exempt External Company Name: Adtalem Global Education External Company URL: www.atalem.com
          (USA-NM-Albuquerque) 2019 Summer Internship Program – Relationship Management - Charlotte, NC      Cache   Translate Page      
Looking for an internship where you’ll really make a difference? Apply at U.S. Bank. **What You’ll Do** We offer a competitive 10-week paid internship where you’ll work on meaningful projects and effect real change at our company. Our interns get hands-on experience solving business needs and helping in the communities where we live and work. You’ll build your resume while making new connections and sharpening the skills you need to succeed at work. Plus, the work you do will be tailored to your interests. A typical employee spends eight hours a day at work. We think you should spend that time doing something you love – not just earning a paycheck. As a U.S. Bank intern, you’ll have the opportunity to interact with senior executives, get paired with a formal mentor and attend fun events specifically tailored for interns, including a volunteer day where you’ll give back to the community. In your day-to-day work, you’ll learn how employees collaborate to serve all our stakeholders. Your meaningful work experience may even translate into a full-time position in the banking industry upon graduation. **Why U.S. Bank?** Join a team of more than 74,000 employees in 28 states and eight countries, all committed to doing the right thing, making smart changes and collaborating for the good of our customers, communities, and other stakeholders – and especially for the good of one another. But don’t just take our word for it – we’ve been recognized by the Ethisphere Institute as a 2018 World's Most Ethical Company® for four years running. Part of doing the right thing is making sure our employees feel welcome and supported at work, while challenging you to develop personally and professionally. At U.S. Bank, you’ll be empowered with the tools you need to succeed in your role and grow your career. We can’t wait to meet you – apply today. **Qualifications:** **Internship Responsibilities May Include:** + Perform industry research on large corporate clients and prospects + Participate in internal and client calls with Relationship Managers to discuss new business + Work with Relationship Managers to prepare new product presentations + Assist with client relationship expansion initiatives + Engage in the investment discipline including asset allocation, trading, and investment policy statement + Complete credit analysis with the portfolio management team + Conduct financial statement analysis, economic/market analysis, risk profile analysis and industry/sector analysis + Participate in team meetings and perform new prospect searches. + Adhoc Reporting and Analytics + Perform other related duties as requested **Skills and Qualifications:** + Pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Economics, Finance, Business, or related discipline preferred + Strong written and verbal communication skills + Ability to think and work independently within a professional setting + Strong analytical, problem-solving, and critical thinking skills + Flexibility to work within a multiple disciplinary team and receive dynamic on-the-job training + Highly organized; ability to manage and prioritize multiple tasks and deadlines simultaneously Explore your career possibilities at U.S. Bank and join a company that’s as passionate as you are about helping our customers meet their goals and making a difference in the communities we live and work. Our industry-leading financial performance, innovative spirit and best-in-class reputation empower employees to succeed. U.S. Bank is an equal opportunity employer committed to creating a diverse workforce. We consider all qualified applicants without regard to race, religion, color, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or veteran status, among other factors. **Job:** Campus **Primary Location:** United States **Shift:** 1st - Daytime **Average Hours Per Week:** 40 **Requisition ID:** 180035480 U.S. Bank is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to creating a diverse workforce. U.S. Bank is an equal opportunity employer committed to creating a diverse workforce. We consider all qualified applicants without regard to race, religion, color, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or veteran status, among other factors.
          (USA-NM-Albuquerque) 2019 Summer Internship Program – Marketing/Communications- Atlanta, GA      Cache   Translate Page      
Looking for an internship where you’ll really make a difference? Apply at U.S. Bank. **What You’ll Do** We offer a competitive 10-week paid internship where you’ll work on meaningful projects and effect real change at our company. Our interns get hands-on experience solving business needs and helping in the communities where we live and work. You’ll build your resume while making new connections and sharpening the skills you need to succeed at work. Plus, the work you do will be tailored to your interests. A typical employee spends eight hours a day at work. We think you should spend that time doing something you love – not just earning a paycheck. As a U.S. Bank intern, you’ll have the opportunity to interact with senior executives, get paired with a formal mentor and attend fun events specifically tailored for interns, including a volunteer day where you’ll give back to the community. In your day-to-day work, you’ll learn how employees collaborate to serve all our stakeholders. Your meaningful work experience may even translate into a full-time position in the banking industry upon graduation. **Why U.S. Bank?** Join a team of more than 74,000 employees in 28 states and eight countries, all committed to doing the right thing, making smart changes and collaborating for the good of our customers, communities, and other stakeholders – and especially for the good of one another. But don’t just take our word for it – we’ve been recognized by the Ethisphere Institute as a 2018 World's Most Ethical Company® for four years running. Part of doing the right thing is making sure our employees feel welcome and supported at work, while challenging you to develop personally and professionally. At U.S. Bank, you’ll be empowered with the tools you need to succeed in your role and grow your career. We can’t wait to meet you – apply today. **Qualifications:** **Internship Responsibilities May Include:** + Develop ideas on how to better engage customers and drive digital engagement + Review and update banker and customer facing articles + Plan and develop marketing collateral such as advertisements, mailings, and online reports for various organization stakeholders + Run campaign reports, analyze data and provide insights and recommendations + Assist on projects to drive customer engagement + Write communications for internal and external audiences + Evaluate and improve upon U.S. Bank’s existing social media presence to improve customer attraction + Assist in the development of press releases + Perform other related duties as requested **Skills and Qualifications:** + Pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Communications, Marketing, Advertising, or a related field preferred + Strong written and verbal communication skills + Ability to think and work independently within a professional setting + Strong analytical, problem-solving, and critical thinking skills + Classroom knowledge of digital marketing including website optimization, social media and email + Highly organized; ability to manage and prioritize multiple tasks and deadlines simultaneously Explore your career possibilities at U.S. Bank and join a company that’s as passionate as you are about helping our customers meet their goals and making a difference in the communities we live and work. Our industry-leading financial performance, innovative spirit and best-in-class reputation empower employees to succeed. U.S. Bank is an equal opportunity employer committed to creating a diverse workforce. We consider all qualified applicants without regard to race, religion, color, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or veteran status, among other factors. **Job:** Campus **Primary Location:** United States **Shift:** 1st - Daytime **Average Hours Per Week:** 40 **Requisition ID:** 180035478 U.S. Bank is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to creating a diverse workforce. U.S. Bank is an equal opportunity employer committed to creating a diverse workforce. We consider all qualified applicants without regard to race, religion, color, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or veteran status, among other factors.
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NM-Albuquerque, SolAero Technologies Corp. is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of highly –efficient radiation-hard solar cells, Coverglass Interconnected Cells (CICs), and solar panels for space power applications. Since 2001, SolAero solar cells or panels have supplied primary power to over 170 successful space missions with zero on-orbit failures. The Company’s proven manufacturing capability, technolog
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NM-Albuquerque, FOOD PRODUCTION MANAGER New Mexico Food Distributors is a manufacturing company that is located in Southeast Albuquerque, NM employing over 200 people. Our family-oriented company is currently seeking to fill a Ready to Eat (RTE) Food Production Executive Supervisor position for our food production plant that will manage a department of 100 employees over 2 shifts. This position will ensure produc
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AZ-Phoenix, Job Description Job Summary: *Must be bilingual*; Recruiter can work out of any of the Client Regional Service Centers: Lehigh Valley, PA ; Oklahoma City, OK; Phoenix, AZ ; Auburn, Maine ; St. Pete , FL ; Indianapolis, IN; Middletown, OH ; Greensboro, NC; Baton Rouge, LA; Rochester, NY ; Albuquerque, NM ; Denver, CO Uses independent judgment to maintain the continuous resume flow for the recruitin


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