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          Discovery Stock Surges on News of Hulu Partnership      Cache   Translate Page      

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Discovery stock got a boost on Wednesday after announcing a new partnership with Hulu that includes streaming rights for several shows.

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          Art Buyer- Digitas Health - Digitas Health - Philadelphia, PA      Cache   Translate Page      
Publicis Health brands include Digitas Health, Discovery USA, Heartbeat, in-sync, Langland, Maxcess Managed Markets, Payer Sciences, PDI, PlowShare Group,...
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          Art Buyer- Digitas Health, Philadelphia - Publicis Healthcare Communications Group - Philadelphia, PA      Cache   Translate Page      
Publicis Health brands include Digitas Health, Discovery USA, Heartbeat, in-sync, Langland, Maxcess Managed Markets, Payer Sciences, PDI, PlowShare Group,...
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          Paid Search Manager- Publicis Health Media, New York - Publicis Healthcare Communications Group - Philadelphia, PA      Cache   Translate Page      
Publicis Health brands include Digitas Health, Discovery USA, Heartbeat, in-sync, Langland, Maxcess Managed Markets, PDI, PlowShare Group, Publicis Health Media...
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          Scientist, Endogenous Antibody Discovery Group      Cache   Translate Page      
MA-Cambridge, BioMedicine Design’s Endogenous Antibody Discovery Group is seeking a Scientist to drive VH-VL molecular cloning of antibodies identified in therapeutic antibody discovery campaigns. The candidate will be primarily responsible for implementing established workflows to clone large panels of lead antibody candidates derived from immunizations and generated in hybridomas in a high throughput environm
          Paralegal (5+ yrs) - Insurance Coverage Group      Cache   Translate Page      
IL-Haymarket, Gordon Rees Scully Mansukhani, a national law firm is seeking a Litigation Paralegal for its Chicago office. Ideal candidate must have 5 or more years of litigation experience, ideally within the Insurance practice group. This busy litigation desk covers insurance coverage cases for multiple attorneys. Qualifications Prepare briefs, pleadings, discovery, correspondence and other legal documents So
          Drug for pancreatic cancer developed by college of pharmacy researchers      Cache   Translate Page      
A treatment for highly aggressive and commonly fatal pancreatic cancer is being developed, reports a University of Houston researcher who has designed a new medicine that can inhibit two of the major pathways of the deadly disease. Ruiwen Zhang, M.D., Ph.D. and Robert L. Boblitt Endowed Professor in Drug Discovery, has published his findings, along with research associate professor of pharmacology Wei Wang, M.D., Ph.D., in Cancer Research Journal. (Source: World Pharma News)
          Pharma's Innovation Crisis, Part 2: How To Fix It      Cache   Translate Page      
Multi-national pharma is optimized for late-stage clinical research and international marketing. As a result, discovery has become the limiting factor in productivity. The industry needs a business model, a road map, that would enable it to operate effectively in the entrepreneurial community. (Source: Forbes.com Healthcare News)

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          Sales Specialist - Legal Solutions      Cache   Translate Page      
OR-Portland, POSITION PROFILE The Legal Account Specialist's primary focus is the marketing and sales of Ricoh's Legal Off-Site services to new and existing clients within a defined sales territory/list of accounts that include both Corporate accounts and Law Firms. Services include: digital solutions, forensics, and electronic data discovery (eDiscovery) solutions. The Legal Account Manager is responsible for
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VA-Kingstowne, POSITION PROFILE The Legal Account Specialist's primary focus is the marketing and sales of Ricoh's Legal Off-Site services to new and existing clients within a defined sales territory/list of accounts that include both Corporate accounts and Law Firms. Services include: digital solutions, forensics, and electronic data discovery (eDiscovery) solutions. The Legal Account Manager is responsible for
          Account Manager - Legal Sales (e-Discovery)      Cache   Translate Page      
MA-Boston, POSITION PROFILE The Legal Account Specialist's primary focus is the marketing and sales of Ricoh's Legal Off-Site services to new and existing clients within a defined sales territory/list of accounts that include both Corporate accounts and Law Firms. Services include: digital solutions, forensics, and electronic data discovery (eDiscovery) solutions. The Legal Account Manager is responsible for
          Legal Account Sales, eDiscovery      Cache   Translate Page      
FL-Maitland, POSITION PROFILE The Legal Account Specialist's primary focus is the marketing and sales of Ricoh's Legal Off-Site services to new and existing clients within a defined sales territory/list of accounts that include both Corporate accounts and Law Firms. Services include: digital solutions, forensics, and electronic data discovery (eDiscovery) solutions. The Legal Account Manager is responsible for
          ADOM now on Steam, a review.      Cache   Translate Page      

Originally posted on: http://ferventcoder.com/cwilliams/archive/2015/11/17/168820.aspx

It's hard to believe that I've been playing this game for nearly 20 years.  My favorite game (ever) has just released on Steam this week.  If you like RPGs and/or Roguelike Games, you owe it to yourself to check out Ancient Domains of Mystery (ADOM) on Steam.  Since this is release week, it's on sale. 


Get It Here:   http://store.steampowered.com/app/333300

If you aren't familiar with ADOM, it's a roguelike game. Maybe you've heard of Rogue, Dwarf Fortress, Nethack, Heroic Adventure!, etc...?  It's best described as a Tactical-RPG where death is permanent and all items are randomized when a new game is created. Discovery is a huge part of a game like this, and there is plenty to discover here. Villages, Magic, Story, Questlines... ADOM has it all, and is one of the original roguelikes.

You may be thinking, how is this a roguelike... it's too pretty. It's true, ADOM has gotten a fresh coat of paint, along with some necessary engine overhauls to make it work in the Steam ecosphere, but it's still very much the same game at heart.  In fact, ASCII mode is only a couple of clicks away if that's how you roll. (Though I have to admit, the new interface is really sweet.)

I've only gotten a few games in since release yesterday, but I can attest to many, many late (all) nighters with this game.  There's a certain threshold that once you get past it, in terms of progress, you really don't want to stop, for fear of angering the RNG gods.

If you're looking for a fun, but brutal, RPG... you owe it to yourself to pick this one up.



          Legal Account Sales, eDiscovery      Cache   Translate Page      
FL-Maitland, POSITION PROFILE The Legal Account Specialist's primary focus is the marketing and sales of Ricoh's Legal Off-Site services to new and existing clients within a defined sales territory/list of accounts that include both Corporate accounts and Law Firms. Services include: digital solutions, forensics, and electronic data discovery (eDiscovery) solutions. The Legal Account Manager is responsible for
          Del Pino v. Kolomeitz, 2018 ONSC 5337 (CanLII)      Cache   Translate Page      
driver holding a second full-time — discovery — documentation — holding a second full-time job — records
          No Limits! Idris Elba Turns 46, Covers ShortList Magazine… (PHOTOS)      Cache   Translate Page      
Idris Elba is aging like fine wine. The actor/director/dj celebrated his 46th birthday a few days ago (September 6th) and he’s looking better than ever! Elba was recently featured in ShortList Magazine, where he admits that he’s perfectly imperfect and hopes to show people how to overcome fear on his Discovery Channel show, ‘Idris Elba: […]

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          Discovery Channel: Bronx Detective - Die Fälle des Ralph Friedman      Cache   Translate Page      
13.09.2018 20:15 - 21:00
Harter Winter
1. Staffel, Folge 2: Anfang der 80er Jahre wird New York von einem bitterkalten Winter heimgesucht. Aber das ist bei weitem nicht das größte Problem der Stadt. Seit Wochen treibt in der Nord-Bronx ein skrupelloser Serienvergewaltiger sein Unwesen! Brauchbare Hinweise gibt es bislang nicht. Nur soviel ist bekannt: Die Opfer wohnen allesamt in der Nachbarschaft von Williamsbridge, eigentlich eine vergleichsweise ruhige Gegend. Um weitere Übergriffe zu verhindern und den Täter schnellstmög ...
          Major DNA service developments from MyHeritage      Cache   Translate Page      
New DNA announcements from MyHeritage (www.myheritage.com):



Announcement 1:

MyHeritage supports 23andMe V5 and Living DNA uploads

If you’ve tested your DNA already, we have good news for you, please read on. If you haven’t taken a DNA test yet, we invite you to check out the MyHeritage DNA kit which is now offered at a very affordable price.

Since 2016, MyHeritage has allowed users who have tested their DNA already to upload their DNA data from Ancestry, 23andMe and Family Tree DNA, providing DNA matches and ethnicity estimates on MyHeritage for free.

However, previously MyHeritage did not support the upload of tests based on the chip called GSA (Global Screening Array), that is used by 23andMe (V5), and by Living DNA. Recent improvements to our DNA algorithms allow us to support DNA data processed on GSA chips, and so we’re happy to update you that MyHeritage now supports 23andMe V5 and Living DNA data uploads, in addition to data uploads from all major DNA testing services, including Ancestry, 23andMe (up to V5) and Family Tree DNA (Family Finder).

Upload your DNA data to MyHeritage now — it’s fast and simple. If you upload now, you will get full access to DNA Matching, Ethnicity Estimates, our industry-leading chromosome browser, and more, for FREE.

If you manage additional DNA kits for some of your relatives, and you have their permission, upload their DNA data too, and MyHeritage will let you associate the data with the respective individuals on your family tree.

As of December 1st 2018, our DNA upload policy will change: DNA Matching will remain free for uploaded DNA data, but unlocking additional DNA features will require an extra payment for DNA files uploaded after this date. All DNA data that was uploaded to MyHeritage in the past, and all DNA data that is uploaded now and prior to December 1, 2018 will continue to enjoy full access to all DNA features for free. These uploads will be grandfathered in and will remain free.

So it’s a great idea to upload DNA files for any kits you have as soon as possible. You’ll get the following benefits:

DNA Matches
DNA Matches are other users on MyHeritage from all around the world who are likely to be your relatives based on shared DNA. MyHeritage has a very strong user base in Europe so you are likely to get more DNA Matches from Europe than on any other DNA service. This is very useful if you have ancestors from Europe.

Ethnicity Estimate
A percent breakdown of your ethnic background from among 42 ethnicity regions. You’ll learn which places your ancestors came from.

Chromosome Browser
Helps you understand how you’re related to your DNA Matches by identifying DNA segments that you share with them. MyHeritage’s Chromosome Browser is considered by many experts to be the best in the industry.

After uploading, your DNA data will be kept private and secure, and our DNA service terms are the friendliest in the industry. You remain the owner of your DNA data — not us — and you can delete your DNA data at any time.

So don't delay, and upload your DNA data to MyHeritage now, while all the DNA features are free (and they will remain free for you). If you have tested with 23andMe (any version including V5) or Living DNA, you're in luck, and you can now upload this data to MyHeritage too. You can also upload DNA data from Ancestry and Family Tree DNA’s Family Finder test. Instructions for exporting your data and uploading it to MyHeritage are provided on our upload page.

P.S. We are currently processing the large backlog of 23andMe V5 kits that have been uploaded to us in the past, and their results will be rolled out to the users gradually within the next few days.

Full blog post: full blog post here: https://blog.myheritage.com/2018/09/new-myheritage-supports-23andme-v5-and-living-dna-uploads


Announcement 2:

MyHeritage Partners with British Retailer WHSmith to Distribute DNA Kits

Tel Aviv, Israel & London, United Kingdom, September 7, 2018 — MyHeritage, Europe’s leading service for DNA testing and family history, announced today the launch of a retail partnership with WHSmith. This marks the first partnership of its kind for MyHeritage in the UK, and the first time that MyHeritage DNA tests will be available for purchase in retail stores in Europe.

Under the new partnership WHSmith distributes a unique product named MyHeritage Family History Discovery Kit, which bundles MyHeritage’s popular at-home DNA test with 3 months of access to MyHeritage’s suite of premium online genealogy services. This allows consumers to receive detailed ethnicity reports and connect with their relatives around the world through the power of DNA testing, and to utilize MyHeritage’s 9-billion-strong collection of historical records and family tree tools to embark on a journey to uncover their family history.

The distribution of the kits via local retail stores caters to the surging demand for at-home DNA testing throughout Europe, and in the UK in particular. The affordable price of the MyHeritage Family History Discovery Kit available through WHSmith, £89, makes it an ideal gift for the Christmas season ahead.

The MyHeritage DNA test is notable for its ease of use. It involves a simple 2-minute cheek swab. In addition to the DNA test, the Family History Discovery Kit comes with 3 months of access to MyHeritage’s Complete plan, which includes all family tree features and historical records on MyHeritage, seamlessly integrated with the DNA test results.

“Interest in DNA testing and family history research in the UK market has skyrocketed lately,” said Akiva Glasenberg, MyHeritage’s Business Development Manager. “We have created a unique bundled product to satisfy this need and are pleased to offer it to UK consumers through selected WHSmith High Street stores. Customers can look forward to discovering their ethnic origins and family history and making use of MyHeritage’s vast DNA database and historical record collections to make new connections with their relatives in the UK and overseas.”

The MyHeritage Family History Discovery Kits are on sale in 200 WHSmith High Street stores, as well as online via www.whsmith.co.uk.

(With thanks to Daniel Horowitz)

Chris

For my genealogy guide books, visit http://britishgenes.blogspot.co.uk/p/my-books.html, whilst details of my research service are at www.ScotlandsGreatestStory.co.uk. Further content is also published daily on The GENES Blog Facebook page at www.facebook.com/BritishGENES.
          Car Quest coming to Switch      Cache   Translate Page      

Hit the road to epic adventure in Car Quest: drive, collect, explore, solve, discover.

Buckle-up for an epic road trip through a colorful world of puzzles and adventure. Use driving skills and puzzle solving abilities to find missing artifacts and piece together the broken world of Blocktaria.

DRIVE everywhere: it's like your favorite kart racing and platforming puzzle adventure game all wrapped up into one.

COLLECT batteries to unlock portals and recover 100+ artifacts to unlock new realms and paths on the road to discovery.

EXPLORE more than 15 unique visually striking realms.

SOLVE physical puzzles, push obstructions, jump off ramps, or skillfully navigate challenging mazes.

DISCOVER the secrets of Blocktaria and recover the lost memories of your helpful but very forgetful guide, Lord Blockstar. What is his story? What secrets will be revealed?

Featuring:

- 8+ hours of gameplay
- 15+ surreal realms to discover
- 100+ artifacts to collect
- Put your driving skills and puzzle solving abilities to the test
- No damage, no time limits
- Intriguing story to discover
- Soothing visuals and soundtrack
- The perfect 'no internet connection' road trip or travel game
- Support for multiple languages
- Feel every skid, bump and crash with full HD Rumble support


          Obscura Rhapsody - Free Monthly Serial (Adventure / Drama / Fantasy)      Cache   Translate Page      
I am releasing a monthly serial for free on my Vox Theory Media site, called *Obscura Rhapsody*. Melding the high-concept action of The Matrix and Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon with psychological drama, new installments of Obscura Rhapsody are available every 4 weeks. We just released our fifth installment today, wrapping up the first book in the storyline, Exiles. Blurb: ---Quote--- Five years ago a group of adventurers known as the Shadow Vanguard, each wielding a facet of a strange power called Obscura, failed to save the city-state they swore to protect. In the cataclysmic aftermath, the Vanguard went their separate ways, going into hiding and taking care not to draw the attention of an antagonistic power, the Tai’Hiera. They vanished from history… until now. A deadly encounter in the woods brings Khloe face-to-face with the former leader of the Vanguard, Aedyn, and together they embark on a journey of reunification and self-discovery. But both paths are fraught with danger and intrigue. For the dark power of Obscura is anathema to the Tai’Hiera and their zealous Saints. Aedyn’s former home harbors cutthroats and rogues seeking to turn them in for wealth. Some former Vanguard have become embroiled in a secret war they do not understand. And others may not want to be found. Aedyn and Khloe must pull together the shattered Vanguard, as a horror beyond their imagining begins to stir… ---End Quote--- You can check out the series at http://voxtheory.net/?page_id=34. Thank you.
          Secrets We Keep by Barbara Freethy (ePUB, PDF, Downloads)      Cache   Translate Page      
Secrets We Keep (Callaways Cousins #6) by Barbara Freethy – Free eBooks Download Description: When firefighter Hunter Callaway makes a grisly discovery during a scorching fire at the house of his former high school sweetheart, everything he thought he knew about his past is now in question. The girl he’d loved, the one who’d broken his heart when she’d run away with another guy, might not have been who he thought she was. The last thing Cassidy Ellison ever wanted to do was revisit her past. But she’s suddenly a suspect in a terrible crime, and while she might be
          School Supplies Mean Success Global Connections’ Committee of Awesomeness Throws “Back-to-School” Supplies Party      Cache   Translate Page      
Travel industry leader Global Connections, Inc. (GCI), the highly-respected resort developer, travel club fulfillment and service provider of Global Discovery Vacations, has its very own employee driven volunteer organization named the Committee of Awesomeness (C.O.A).
          Business Instructor - Campbell River, BC - Discovery Community College - Campbell River, BC      Cache   Translate Page      
We’re looking for the right individual to instruct our Business Program (Accounting & Finance, Office Administration and Business Computer Applications) in our...
From Discovery Community College - Thu, 23 Aug 2018 06:10:54 GMT - View all Campbell River, BC jobs
          ATLAS Experiment Brochure - Arabic      Cache   Translate Page      
ATLAS is one of the four major experiments at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN. It is a general-purpose particle physics experiment run by an international collaboration, and is designed to exploit the full discovery potential and the huge range of physics opportunities that the LHC provides.
          Important discovery of long lost early Technicolor film from the BFI National Archive      Cache   Translate Page      
BFI curator Bryony Dixon talks us through a series of remarkable early Technicolor finds recently discovered at the BFI National Archive, London. Source and full credit: British Film Institute (BFI) & BFI curator Bryony Dixon https://www.bfi.org.uk/
          Two men arrested after firearm seizure in Dublin released without charge      Cache   Translate Page      
Two men arrested yesterday after the discovery of a firearm and ammunition at a premises in Bluebell in Dublin have been released without charge.
          Data-driven Discovery of Closure Models. (arXiv:1803.09318v3 [math.DS] UPDATED)      Cache   Translate Page      

Authors: Shaowu Pan, Karthik Duraisamy

Derivation of reduced order representations of dynamical systems requires the modeling of the truncated dynamics on the retained dynamics. In its most general form, this so-called closure model has to account for memory effects. In this work, we present a framework of operator inference to extract the governing dynamics of closure from data in a compact, non-Markovian form. We employ sparse polynomial regression and artificial neural networks to extract the underlying operator. For a special class of non-linear systems, observability of the closure in terms of the resolved dynamics is analyzed and theoretical results are presented on the compactness of the memory. The proposed framework is evaluated on examples consisting of linear to nonlinear systems with and without chaotic dynamics, with an emphasis on predictive performance on unseen data.


          Global and targeted microRNA expression profiling in clear cell renal cell carcinoma tissues potentially links miR-155-5p and miR-210-3p to both tumorigenesis and recurrence.      Cache   Translate Page      
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Global and targeted microRNA expression profiling in clear cell renal cell carcinoma tissues potentially links miR-155-5p and miR-210-3p to both tumorigenesis and recurrence.

Am J Pathol. 2018 Sep 07;:

Authors: Zhang J, Ye Y, Chang DW, Lin SH, Huang M, Tannir NM, Matin S, Karam JA, Wood CG, Chen ZN, Wu X

Abstract
About 30% of renal cell carcinoma (RCC) patients undergoing nephrectomy experience disease recurrence. We profiled microRNAs (miRNAs) that are dysregulated in clear cell RCC (ccRCC) tumor tissues and predictive of recurrence. The expression levels of 800 miRNAs were assessed in paired tumor and normal tissues from a discovery cohort of 18 ccRCC patients via the NanoString assay platform. miRNAs found to be differentially expressed were examined in a validation set of 205 patients using quantitative real-time PCR. Tumor-normal data from 64 patients in The Cancer Genome Atlas were used for external validation. Twenty-eight miRNAs were consistently dysregulated in tumor tissues. Dichotomized analyses indicated patients with high levels of miR-155-5p and miR-210-3p displayed increased risk of ccRCC recurrence (HR, 2.64; 95% CI, 1.49 to -4.70; P = 0.0009 and HR, 1.8; 95% CI, 1.04 to 3.12; P = 0.036, respectively) and shorter median recurrence-free survival times than patients with low levels (log rank test P < 0.01). A risk score was generated based on expression levels of miR-155-5p and miR-210-3p, and the trend test was significant (P = 0.005). Pathway analysis revealed target genes regulated by miR-155-5p and miR-210-3p were mainly enriched in inflammation-related pathways. We identified and validated multiple miRNAs dysregulated in ccRCC tissues; miR-155-5p and miR-210-3p are predictive of ccRCC recurrence pointing to potential utility as biomarkers and underlying biological mechanisms.

PMID: 30201497 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]


          An old drug finds new purpose against retinal neovascularization      Cache   Translate Page      
Researchers at Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute (SBP) have found that the anti-malaria drug amodiaquine inhibits the apelin receptor protein, which helps drive the vascularization behind diabetic retinopathy, wet age-related macular d... [...]
          Recognizing Alzheimer's Disease at the Earliest Stages: Key Signs and Symptoms       Cache   Translate Page      
Host: John J. Russell, MD
Guest: Howard Fillit, MD
Quality care for patients with Alzheimer's disease starts with early recognition, which enables a timely diagnosis and subsequent intervention with the best available treatment and support options. As such, understanding the broad spectrum of signs and symptoms at the earliest stages of disease is absolutely critical. Joining host Dr. John Russell to discuss the keys to early recognition for Alzheimer's Disease is Dr. Howard Fillit, founding Executive Director and Chief Science Officer for the Alzheimer's Drug Discovery Foundation. Uncover the truth about Alzheimer's in the non-certified educational series, Alzheimer's Disease: Towards Earlier Detection
          Théâtre Français De Toronto Presents Mariveaux's THE SECOND SURPRISE OF LOVE      Cache   Translate Page      

To kick off its 2018-19 season, Théâtre français de Toronto offers a work by Marivaux, La Seconde Surprise de l'amour (The Second Surprise of Love) - only the third time the company has produced a play by Marivaux in fifty years. A unique comedy that explores the winding ways of love, and centres on two women determined to control their respective destinies. The play will be presented at the Berkeley Street Theatre from October 17 to 28 in French with English surtitles.

Lisette has decided to throw her mistress the marquise into the arms of a knight, so that she herself can marry the man she loves. But the Marquise is inconsolable following the death of her husband one month after their wedding. For his part, the Knight is infinitely inconsolable over the infidelity of his lover, Angélique. The task that falls to the mischievous Lisette is not an easy one. Ruses, blunders, jealousies and denials are all obstacles delaying the ultimate declaration of love. Will Lisette overcome the hesitations of lovers meant for each other?

In this comedy, Marivaux focuses on the idea of new love born from the loss or failure of the first.

Through wit ("marivaudage"), the play takes on a feminist and surprisingly contemporary twist. The characters of the Marquise and Lisette drive the plot and unlike most classical French plays, in this lesser known Marivaux work, women are free to access the truth of their feelings and always act according to their desires.

As he did with Dom Juan and The Liar, TfT's artistic director Joël Beddows continues to explore the mechanisms of seduction and once again, takes us off the beaten track. In this winding walk full of twists and turns, the disillusionment of love yields to the discovery of a sentimental maturity hitherto unsuspected.

Directed by Joël Beddows. With: Patricia Marceau, Karine Ricard, Pierre Simpson, Nabil Traboulsi, Nicolas Van Burek and Manuel Verreydt.

Set, Costume and Prop Design: Melanie McNeill | Lighting: Laird Macdonald | Sound: Ben Gibson | Stage Management: Xavier Lemoine.

TfT thanks TFO (Show Sponsor), VIA Rail Canada (Season Sponsor), TD (Surtitles Sponsor) & Pierre & Mariel O'Neill-Karch (Show Patrons).

Tickets: Regular: $49, Senior: $40, under 30 and artists: $20
PWYC on Wednesdays and Thursdays
Saturday Rush Tickets: $20 at the door
Group rate for 8 or more: $ 25 per ticket

Box Office: 416.534.6604 or theatrefrancais.com


          Adam Savage inspires editor      Cache   Translate Page      
by ne of my all time favorite quotes is from Adam Savage, the previous co-host of the Discovery Channel’s hit show “MythBusters.” Savage says, “Remember kids, the only difference between screwing around and science is writing it down.” This has always stuck with me because it was a way of looking at learning that I [&hellip
          Banana Moonshine Salon comes to White Water      Cache   Translate Page      
And Shonen Knife comes to Stickyz.

THURSDAY 9/13

Banana Moonshine Salon interpolates comedy with music and drag performances at the White Water Tavern, 9 p.m., $5. Oklahoma "jamtronica" outfit Montu lands at Four Quarter Bar, with Kadela, 10 p.m., $5. Last chance to catch two community theater shows: "The House That Will Not Stand" at The Weekend Theater, through Sept. 15, $16; and "The Legend of Georgia McBride" at The Studio Theatre, through Sept. 16, $16-$20. Meanwhile, Community Theatre of Little Rock breaks its hiatus with "The Producers" at the Elks Lodge in North Little Rock, through Sept. 30; see centralarkansastickets.com for details on all. The Loony Bin has a triple feature up this week, with sets from Chad Thornsberry, Mike Head and Nick Hoff, 7:30 p.m., Thu.-Sat., 10 p.m. Fri.-Sat., $8-$12. The Garland County Fair continues at 4831 Malvern Ave., $15-$35, see garlandcountyfair.com for a full schedule. Mel Brooks' "History of the World, Pt. 1" screens at Crush Wine Bar, sunset, free. Mike and the Moonpies get twangy at Stickyz Rock 'n' Roll Chicken Shack, with Cody West, 9 p.m., $10-$13. The Billy Jones Band entertains at Cajun's, 9 p.m., $5.

FRIDAY 9/14

Flawless rock trio Shonen Knife brings you more songs about cats and food at Stickyz, with Spirit Cuntz and The Wirms, 8:30 p.m., $12-$15. See last week's Arkansas Times for an interview with comedian Matt Besser, who joins Trusty for a #votethemout concert at Vino's, 8 p.m. Monsters of Todd 5 features sets from DeFrance, Third Degree, Tragikly White and more, 7 p.m., Rev Room, $10. Hwy. 124 takes the stage at Oaklawn Racing & Gaming's Silks Bar & Grill, 10 p.m. Fri.-Sat. Northern Italy blues rocker Eliana "Miss E" Cargnelutti plays at Markham Street Grill and Pub, with an opening set from Psychedelic Velocity, 8:30 p.m., $5. Lady Lola LeStrange joins the Foul Play Cabaret troupe for a burlesque show at Maxine's in Hot Springs, 9 p.m., $12-$15. Catch a double bill at Cajun's Wharf, with Ben Byers on the deck and the Buh Jones Band on the main stage, 9 p.m., $5. Richard Burnett & The Home School Dropouts take the cozy stage at Four Quarter Bar, 10 p.m., $7.

SATURDAY 9/15

Listen Sister takes "The Night I Stole Your Pen" and other tales to the White Water Tavern with Kassi Moe and Polly's Pockets, 9 p.m. The Arkansas Historic Preservation Program's next "Walks Through History" explores downtown Osceola, 11 a.m., free. A DeCarcerate conference at CALS Ron Robinson Theater features talks on solving the nation's mass incarceration problem, 10 a.m., $12-$30. Matt Besser and Trusty reprise the #votethemout bill at Kings Live Music in Conway, 8:30 p.m., $5. Champs "Sycho" Sid Vicious, Chavo Guerrero, Jr. and Barbi Hayden hop in the ring for World Class Revolution Wrestling at the Griffin Music Hall in El Dorado's Murphy Arts District, 7 p.m., $10-$60. Ten Penny Gypsy duets at Ya Ya's Euro Bistro, 6:30 p.m. Stays in Vegas takes the stage at Vino's with Makeshift and Narrow Dinero, 8 p.m., $7. Tinkerfest takes over the Museum of Discovery, with engineering and science activities galore, 9 a.m., $8-$10. DJ Ron spins tunes at Discovery Nightclub, 9 p.m., $10. The Clear Channel Metroplex hosts MMA faceoffs for 360 Fight Club, 7 p.m., $25-$80. Four on the Floor puts the pedal to the metal at Stickyz, with Cherry Red, 9 p.m., $5. Santoros takes its self-described "Mexican-American garage surf rock" to Maxine's with Joshua October & The Wool and Billy Ruben and the Elevated Enzymes, 9 p.m., $7. Son Sin Gnero is next up in Crystal Bridges Museum's Forest Concert Series with "Cha Cha Cha! From Mambo to Salsa," 7 p.m., $10.

SUNDAY 9/16

Double Sunday bill at Four Quarter Bar! Come to Argenta early to catch Finnish bluegrass outfit The Steve 'N' Seagulls with The Restless Leg String Band, 8 p.m., $12, and stick around for Good Foot, 10 p.m., $7. A screening of "The Giants Wore White Gloves" tells the tale of the Women's Emergency Committee to Open Our Schools during the Little Rock desegregation crisis, 2 p.m., CALS Ron Robinson Theater, free. GGOOLLDD's frontwoman Margaret Butler glitters and croons at Stickyz, 8 p.m., $10.

MONDAY 9/17

Jazz guitar gurus Peter Bernstein and Ted Ludwig join forces for an evening at The Joint Theater & Coffeehouse, 7:30 p.m., $30-$40. The Goat Band (Barry McVinney, Steve Hudleson, Brian Wolverton and Patrick Lindsey) takes up its post for a monthly Monday jazz combo set at The Studio Theatre, 7:30 p.m. The world's largest pop-up Irish pub goes up on the Plaza Lawn of the Hot Springs Convention Center to celebrate the "halfway mark" to the World's Shortest St. Patrick's Day Parade, 4 p.m.

WEDNESDAY 9/19

Dizzy 7 entertains at the penultimate Jazz in the Park concert for this year, 6 p.m., History Pavilion, Riverfront Park, free. Troy, Mich., post-hardcore rockers We Came As Romans take the stage at the Clear Channel Metroplex, 8 p.m., $18-$20. Charley Crockett takes his traditionalist blues set to the stage at Stickyz, 8:30 p.m., $12-$15.


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From Salty Dogs to Squirrel Nut Zippers

"Middlemarch" author George Eliot claimed once that if he were a bird, he'd fly around the world "seeking the successive autumns." It's a lovely idea, but then, George Eliot was not a bird. Nor was he George Eliot or even a he, for that matter, but that's a story for another day. What's really important for you this crisp season, music lover, is to spread your wings into the sleeves of your snuggliest sweater and seize the only autumn you've got right in front of you — this one. It's the one in which the Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Lee Bains III & The Glory Fires and a drag queen named Trixie Mattel land in Pulaski County within a fortnight's span. It's the one where a 6-foot-8 clown with a supple voice interprets David Bowie and R.E.M. on the stage of a technical college in North Little Rock. It's the one where hometown heroes like The Salty Dogs and Mulehead and Akeem Kemp share calendar space with Buddy Guy, the Moscow Ballet, Toby Keith, Gucci Mane and The Drive-By Truckers. See our calendar wrap beginning on page 15 for a statewide guide; meanwhile, here's a quick rundown of some of that aural inspiration, well worth seeking.

The ever-intense Malcolm Holcombe is returning to the legendary White Water Tavern, where he'll officially release his latest, "Come Hell or High Water," at the venerable joint Sept. 20. That same day, Buddy Guy, 82-year-old Chess Records house guitarist and Checkerboard Lounge owner-turned-blues legend, performs at the University of Central Arkansas's Reynolds Performance Hall in Conway.

Touring in support of their album, "Arkansas," John Oates (of Hall & Oates) and the Good Road Band come to Oaklawn's Finish Line Theater in Hot Springs Sept. 21. On the same night, tremolo lovers in Little Rock can probably catch organist Kimberly Marshall's free concert at St. Luke's Episcopal Church and still make it to the Rev Room's "Fabulous Freddie Mercury Tribute" featuring Randall Shreve at 10 p.m.

On Sept. 22, jump back to the '90s with the Toadies at the Rev Room, catch Royal Thunder and Headcold with Or at the White Water Tavern, or drink in Claude Bourbon at Hibernia Irish Tavern's hosting of an installment from the Little Rock Folk Club series. The Stardust Big Band floats into the Arlington Hotel's Crystal Ballroom in Hot Springs Sept. 23. Jazz and parks are two great tastes that taste great together, with a free Jazz in the Park concert from the Rodney Block Collective Sept. 26 at Riverfront Park's History Pavilion. That night, Sunflower Beam rises at Stickyz.

Amythyst Kiah shines at South on Main's Oxford American Concert Series Sept. 27, while the Randy Rogers Band rides high at the Rev Room. And, if you're ready for some Southern-style storytelling, it won't get much better than West Monroe, La., native musician/poet Kevin Gordon's appearance at The Joint's Potluck and Poison Ivy, also Sept. 27. (If the casserole has leaves of three, let it be.)

No wave scenester and actor/singer/poet Lydia Lunch (nee Lydia Koch) comes to Four Quarter Bar Sept. 28. Lunch is performing with composer Weasel Walter, bassist Tim Dahl and original Sonic Youth drummer Bob Bert; Mouton and Listen Sister open. Over at the White Water Tavern, Danville sage William Blackart releases his latest record, "Return," with support from Colour Design and Fiscal Spliff. Also that evening is a concert from Pine Bluff native Mark Edgar Stuart at South on Main, as well as "Gershwin: Remembrance and Discovery," an Arkansas Sounds-presented concert from Richard Glazier, who'll interpret the work of the second-generation Jewish American who crystallized the American songbook.

Then, get the bucket brigade ready for the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra's interpretation of "Sorcerer's Apprentice" Sept. 29-30 at Robinson Center Performance Hall. Should you find yourself in the Spa City, check out May the Peace of the Sea Be With You, Mouton and Fiscal Spliff at Maxine's Sept. 29. Zipped back up again, Squirrel Nut Zippers (with Arkansas son-in-law Jimbo Mathus at the helm) visit the Rev Room Oct. 3.

The always-anticipated Hot Water Hills Music & Arts Festival goes up at Hill Wheatley Plaza in Hot Springs Oct. 5-6, with headliners Larkin Poe, Broncho, J.D. Wilkes and more. And, if you missed J.D. Wilkes at Hot Water Hills, catch him at the White Water Tavern Oct. 6 — that is, if you're not at the Rev Room the same night conducting some soul re-examination to the tune of Amasa Hines.

Lagniappe performs for Arkansas Times' "R&B: Rhythm & Blues, Ribs & Butts" at Argenta Plaza Oct. 7. RuPaul's Drag Race champion Trixie Mattel struts her stuff at Robinson Center Performance Hall Oct. 9. On Oct. 11, Lee Bains III & The Glory Fires burn down the house — and the racist patriarchal establishment, for that matter — at the White Water Tavern. Kings Live Music in Conway hosts a show from Arkansas Times staff faves The Rios Oct. 13. Guitarist Brooke Miller, hailed as an heir apparent to fellow Canadian songstress Joni Mitchell, plays at The Joint Theater & Coffeehouse as a guest of the Argenta Acoustic Music Series on Oct. 18. Also that evening, the Oxford American Concert Series hosts a show from Bernice, La., soul singer Robert Finley, recently and rightfully returned to the stage's limelight.

The Dirty Dozen Brass Band is the tip of the multigenerational NOLA iceberg at UA Pulaski Tech's Center for Humanities and Arts for "Take Me to the River" Oct. 22. Also: Hey youuu guys! It's the electric 86-year-old national treasure Rita Moreno at UCA's Reynolds Performance Hall Oct. 23! Thankfully not a Rolling Stones tribute band of the era, but a Virginia-based string band from the Blue Ridge Mountains, The Steel Wheels, rolls into South on Main Oct. 28. Frankie Valli trots out the hits — and the falsetto — at Verizon Arena Nov. 9, and later that weekend, the ASO takes on the work of a beloved English composer with "Elgar's Enigma," Nov. 10-11. Stuart Baer brings his capable keyboard work to Sherwood's Amy Sanders Library as part of CALS's "Sounds in the Stacks" series Nov. 13. Mountain Sprout gets rowdy at Kings Live Music Nov. 17.

Garvan Woodland Gardens is showing its true colors this fall with a series of November events at its Anthony Chapel: Tom Christopher's tribute to Elvis Presley on the 19th; a holiday concert from Sharon Turrentine on Nov. 25; and a choral concert from Voices Rising on Nov. 28.

This pity party requires audience participation! Puddles Pity Party, the sad clown with the golden voice, croons classic rock covers with a twist to UA Pulaski Tech's CHARTS on Dec. 1. If you need to skip the sorrow and head to straight to the Five Finger Death Punch, you'll find it that very same night with Breaking Benjamin at Verizon Arena.

Finally, and maybe it's much too early in the game, but what are you doing New Year's Eve? The Squarshers and Jamie Lou and the Hullabaloo are holding down the countdown fort at Kings Live Music in Conway.


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GREATER LITTLE ROCK

MUSIC

SEPT. 20: Laurence Juber. Argenta Acoustic Music Series. The Joint Theater & Coffeehouse, 7:30 p.m., $25.

SEPT. 20: Malcolm Holcombe. White Water Tavern, 8:30 p.m., $10.

SEPT. 20: Charlotte Taylor. Cajun's Wharf, 9 p.m., $5.

SEPT. 21: Mulehead. Four Quarter Bar, 10 p.m., $7.

SEPT. 21: Go For Gold, Slick Grip, Vera Forever. Vino's, 8 p.m., $8.

SEPT. 21: Kimberly Marshall. A concert from the Central Arkansas Chapter of the American Guild of Organists. St. Luke's Episcopal Church, 8 p.m., free.

SEPT. 21: Flatland Cavalry. Stickyz Rock 'n' Roll Chicken Shack, 9 p.m., $10-$13.

SEPT. 21: Dylan Earl & The Reasons Why, Dazz & Brie. White Water Tavern, 9 p.m.

SEPT. 21: Mister Lucky. Cajun's Wharf, 9 p.m., $5.

SEPT. 21: "The Fabulous Freddie Mercury Tribute." Featuring Randall Shreve. Rev Room, 10 p.m., $15-$20.

SEPT. 22: Claude Bourbon. A Little Rock Folk Club concert. Hibernia Irish Tavern, 7:30 p.m., $8-$15.

SEPT. 22: The Toadies. Rev Room, 8 p.m., $20-$25.

SEPT. 22: Royal Thunder, Headcold, Or. White Water Tavern, 9 p.m.

SEPT. 22: LLC, I-40 Ramblers. Cajun's Wharf, 9 p.m., $5.

SEPT. 22: Henry and the Invisibles. Four Quarter Bar, 10 p.m., $8.

SEPT. 26: Jazz in the Park: Rodney Block Collective. History Pavilion, Riverfront Park, 6 p.m., free.

SEPT. 26: Sunflower Bean. Stickyz, 8 p.m., $12-$15.

SEPT. 27: Potluck & Poison Ivy. Featuring Kevin Gordon. 7 p.m., The Joint, $35.

SEPT. 27: Amythyst Kiah. Oxford American Concert Series. South on Main, 8 p.m., $25-$32.

SEPT. 27: Randy Rogers Band. Rev Room, 8:30 p.m., $20-$25.

SEPT. 27: RVS. Cajun's Wharf, 9 p.m., $5.

SEPT. 28: "Gershwin: Remembrance and Discovery." A concert from Richard Glazier. 7:30 p.m., CALS Ron Robinson. Free.

SEPT. 28: The Sword. Rev Room, 8:30 p.m., $18-$20.

SEPT. 28: Bluesboy Jag & Mudboy. Markham Street Grill and Pub, 8:30 p.m.

SEPT. 28: Lydia Lunch Retrovirus, Mouton, Listen Sister. Four Quarter Bar, 9 p.m., $10.

SEPT. 28: William Blackart, Colour Design, Fiscal Spliff. White Water Tavern, 9 p.m.

SEPT. 28: Mark Edgar Stuart. South on Main, 7 p.m.

SEPT. 28: Unraveled. Cajun's Wharf, 9 p.m., $5.

SEPT. 29: As Cities Burn. Vino's, 7 p.m., $15.

SEPT. 29: Dave Hoover, Sean Michael. An Elvis Tribute. Argenta Community Theater, 7 p.m.

SEPT. 29: Earl & Them. Cajun's Wharf, 9 p.m., $5.

SEPT. 29-30: "Sorcerer's Apprentice." Arkansas Symphony Orchestra. Robinson Center Performance Hall, 7:30 p.m. Sat., 3 p.m. Sun., $16-$68.

SEPT. 30: Colt Ford. Clear Channel Metroplex, 6 p.m., $22-$30.

SEPT. 30: The Salty Dogs. White Water Tavern, 6 p.m.

OCT. 2: Mozart & Schumann. Arkansas Symphony Orchestra's River Rhapsodies Chamber Series. Clinton Presidential Center, 7 p.m., $23.

OCT. 3: Squirrel Nut Zippers. Rev Room, 8 p.m., $30-$35.

OCT. 4: September Mourning. Rev Room, 8 p.m., $10-$13.

OCT. 5: Gil Franklin. Markham Street Grill and Pub, 8:30 p.m.

OCT. 5: Destroyed of Light, Colour Design. White Water Tavern, 9 p.m.

OCT. 5: Sabine Valley, Wild Yam. Vino's, 8 p.m., $7.

OCT. 5: The Big News. Four Quarter Bar, 10 p.m., $7.

OCT. 6: Kate Campbell. A Little Rock Folk Club concert. Hibernia Irish Tavern. 8:30 p.m., $15.

OCT. 6: Steezy Street, Bedroom Collective. Vino's, 8 p.m., $7.

OCT. 6: Amasa Hines. Rev Room, 9 p.m., $12-$15.

OCT. 6: J.D. Wilkes. White Water Tavern, 9 p.m., $10.

OCT. 6: The Smoking Flowers. Four Quarter Bar, 10 p.m., $7.

OCT. 7: R&B Cook-Off: Rhythm & Blues, Ribs & Butts. With music from Lagniappe. 1 p.m., Argenta Plaza, $15.

OCT. 7: "The Singing Heart." An Arkansas Chamber Singers concert. Calvary Baptist Church, 3 p.m., $10-$18.

OCT. 9: Fall Out Boy. Verizon Arena, 7 p.m., $31-$71.

OCT. 9: Trixie Mattel. Robinson Center Performance Hall, 8 p.m., $41-$166.

OCT. 10: Lauren Daigle. Verizon Arena, 7:30 p.m., $28-$78.

OCT. 11: Thomas Rhett, Brett Young, Midland. Verizon Arena, 7:30 p.m., $33-$78.

OCT. 11: Lee Bains III & The Glory Fires. White Water Tavern, 8:30 p.m.

OCT. 12: Harrisong. Markham Street Grill and Pub, 8:30 p.m.

OCT. 12: Deadbird, Terminal Nation, Tranquilo. White Water Tavern, 8:30 p.m.

OCT. 12: The Great Whiskey Rendezvous. Four Quarter Bar, 10 p.m., $7.

OCT. 12: Cody Johnson. First Security Amphitheater, 6:30 p.m., $25-$80.

OCT. 13: Trey Johnson & Jason Willmon. White Water Tavern, 9 p.m.

OCT. 13: The Busty Petites. Four Quarter Bar, 10 p.m., $7.

OCT. 18: "Sounds in the Stacks: Tonya Leeks." CALS Sue Cowan Williams Library, 6:30 p.m., free.

OCT. 18: Brooke Miller. Argenta Acoustic Music Series. The Joint Theater & Coffeehouse, 7:30 p.m., $25.

OCT. 18: The Russ Liquid Test. Rev Room, 9 p.m., $16-$20.

OCT. 18: Robert Finley. Oxford American Concert Series. South on Main, 8 p.m., $28-$36.

OCT. 19: Jerry Redd & The Snowmen. White Water Tavern, 9 p.m.

OCT. 19: Big Red Flag, Jamie Lou & the Hullabaloo. Four Quarter Bar, 10 p.m., $7.

OCT. 20-21: "The Music of Star Wars." Arkansas Symphony Orchestra. Robinson Center Performance Hall, 7:30 p.m. Sat., 3 p.m. Sun., $16-$68.

OCT. 21: John Fullbright. Oxford American Concert Series, South on Main, 7 p.m., $25-$34.

OCT. 22: "Take Me To the River." Dirty Dozen Brass Band, George Porter Jr. and others. UA Pulaski Technical College, Center for the Humanities and Arts, 7:30 p.m., $30-$110.

OCT. 26: Combsy. Four Quarter Bar, 10 p.m., $7.

OCT. 27: Negro Terror, Queen Anne's Revenge, Bloodlikewine, Headdrop, Mortalus and more. Four Quarter Bar, 8 p.m., $10.

OCT. 28: MercyMe. Verizon Arena, 6 p.m., $23-$68.

OCT. 28: The Steel Wheels. Oxford American Concert Series. South on Main, 7 p.m., $20-$26.

OCT. 31: "The Rocky Horror Pickin' Show." The Crumbs. Four Quarter Bar, 9 p.m., $7.

NOV. 1: Keith Urban. Verizon Arena, 7:30 p.m., $40-$97.

NOV. 1: Fabian Almazan Trio. Oxford American Concert Series. South on Main, 8 p.m., $30-$34.

NOV. 2: Rodney Carrington. Robinson Center Performance Hall, 7 p.m., $44-$179.

NOV. 2: The Josh Parks Band. Markham Street Grill and Pub, 8:30 p.m.

NOV. 2: Mountain Sprout. Four Quarter Bar, 10 p.m., $8.

NOV. 3: Ray LaMontagne. Robinson Center Performance Hall, 8 p.m., $35-$85.

NOV. 3: NF. Verizon Arena, 8 p.m., $25-$45.

NOV. 3: Freeverse. Four Quarter Bar, 10 p.m., $7.

NOV. 9: Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons. Verizon Arena, 8 p.m., $60-$125.

NOV. 9: Charlie Hunter Trio. CALS Ron Robinson Theater, 7 p.m., $10.

NOV. 10-11: "Elgar's Enigma." Arkansas Symphony Orchestra. Robinson Center Performance Hall, 7:30 p.m. Sat., 3 p.m. Sun., $16-$68.

NOV. 13: "Sounds in the Stacks: Stuart Baer." CALS Amy Sanders Library, Sherwood, 6:30 p.m., free.

NOV. 13: "Laskarov Plays Brahms." Arkansas Symphony Orchestra's River Rhapsodies Chamber Series. Clinton Presidential Center, 7 p.m., $23.

NOV. 13: Drive-By Truckers. Rev Room, 8 p.m., $25-$30.

NOV. 15: Ian Ethan Case. Argenta Acoustic Music Series. The Joint Theater & Coffeehouse, 7:30 p.m., $25.

NOV. 16: Arkansauce. Rev Room, 8:30 p.m., $8-$10.

NOV. 16: Dazz & Brie, Zigtebra. Four Quarter Bar, 10 p.m., $8.

NOV. 18: Mae. Rev Room, 7:30 p.m., $17-$20.

NOV. 20: "Le Grand Orgue." Organist Rees Roberts. St. Luke's Episcopal Church, 7 p.m.

NOV. 30: Ashley McBryde. Rev Room, 8:30 p.m., $20.

DEC. 1: Five Finger Death Punch, Breaking Benjamin. Verizon Arena, 6 p.m., $25-$80.

DEC. 1: The Here and Now Band. A Little Rock Folk Club concert. Hibernia Irish Tavern, 8:30 p.m., $15.

DEC. 1: Puddles Pity Party. UA Pulaski Technical College, Center for the Humanities and Arts, 7:30 p.m., $25-$40.

DEC. 6: Mandolin Orange. Oxford American Concert Series. South on Main, 8 p.m., $30-$38.

DEC. 7-8: "A Song for the Season." An Arkansas Chamber Singers concert. Old State House Museum, 7 p.m., free.

DEC. 14: Akeem Kemp Band. Markham Street Grill and Pub, 8:30 p.m.

DEC. 14-16: "Home for the Holidays." Arkansas Symphony Orchestra. Robinson Center Performance Hall, 7:30 p.m. Fri.-Sat., 3 p.m. Sun., $16-$68.

VISUAL ART

THROUGH SEPT. 28: "Memory / Commitment / Aspiration," works from the Pierrette Van Cleve Collection; "Water Memory," installation. UA Little Rock.

THROUGH SEPT. 30: "Mauricio Silerio: Los Demonios de mi Terra." Underwater photography. UA Little Rock.

THROUGH OCT. 7: "Justin Bryant: That Survival Apparatus." Watercolors and prints. Historic Arkansas Museum.

THROUGH OCT. 7: "Robert Baines: Living Treasure and Fabulous Follies." Jewelry. Arkansas Arts Center.

THROUGH OCT. 11: "Peter Pincus: Color and Form," ceramics; "Art Process: Drawings and More." University of Central Arkansas.

THROUGH OCT. 19: "American Perspectives on Modernism." UA Pulaski Tech.

THROUGH OCT. 27: "A Legacy of Brewers: The Paintings of Nicholas, Adrian and Edwin Brewer." Butler Center's Galleries at Library Square.

THROUGH OCT. 28: "Up in Smoke." The accoutrements of smoking. Esse Purse Museum.

THROUGH OCT. 28: "Reveal/Conceal: Exploring Identity in Contemporary Art." Arkansas Arts Center.

THROUGH NOV. 4: "Delta Through the Decades Deux: Selections from the Collection." Arkansas Arts Center.

THROUGH NOV. 4: "Space Between Teeth: Linda Lopez + Marc Mitchell." Historic Arkansas Museum.

THROUGH FALL 2019: "A Piece of My Soul: Quilts by Black Arkansans." Old State House Museum. 324-9597.

SEPT. 20 (OPENS): "RESPECT: Celebrating 50 years of AfriCOBRA." Mosaic Templars Cultural Center. 683-3593.

SEPT. 22: Thea Paves the Way, chalk art event. Clinton Presidential Center.

SEPT. 25: "City Leaders as Urban Designers: Planning for Rapid Change." Architecture and Design Network. Arkansas Arts Center.

SEPT. 28-DEC. 30: "Independent Vision: Modern and Contemporary Art from the Martin Muller Collection." Arkansas Arts Center.

OCT. 10-NOV. 10: "Artist as Catalyst." Silkscreens. UA Little Rock.

OCT. 15-NOV. 16: "Faculty Biennial." UA Little Rock.

OCT. 22-DEC. 2: "Electrify: VSA Emerging Young Artists." UA Little Rock.

COMEDY

THROUGH NOV. 17: "The Lighter Side of the Apocalypse." A comedy from The Main Thing. The Joint, 8 p.m. Fri.-Sat., $24.

SEPT. 19-22: Michael Mack. The Loony Bin, 7:30 p.m. Wed.-Sat., 10 p.m. Fri.-Sat., $8-$12.

SEPT. 22: The Comedy Get Down. Featuring Cedric the Entertainer, Eddie Griffin, D.L. Hughley and George Lopez. Verizon Arena, 8 p.m., $49-$75.

SEPT. 25: Punch Line. Weekly open-mic stand-up comedy. The Joint, 8 p.m., $5.

SEPT. 26-29: Greg Morton. The Loony Bin, 7:30 p.m. Wed.-Sat., 10 p.m. Fri.-Sat., $10-$15.

SEPT. 26: The Joint Venture. Weekly improv comedy. The Joint, 8 p.m., $8.

SEPT. 27: Steve Hofstetter. The Loony Bin, 9:45 a.m., $20.

SEPT. 30: Brad Williams. The Loony Bin, 7:30 p.m., $22.

OCT. 3-6: Ricky Reyes. The Loony Bin, 7:30 p.m. Wed.-Sat., 10 p.m. Fri.-Sat., $8-$12.

OCT. 10-13: Quinn Patterson. The Loony Bin, 7:30 p.m. Wed.-Sat., 10 p.m. Fri.-Sat., $8-$12.

OCT. 16: Brain Trust with Michael Brown. Hibernia Irish Tavern. 8 p.m.

OCT. 17-20: Alex Elkin. The Loony Bin, 7:30 p.m. Wed.-Sat., 10 p.m. Fri.-Sat., $8-$12.

OCT. 20: The Veterans of Comedy. Arkansas Repertory Theatre, 8 p.m.

OCT. 24-27: J.R. Brow. The Loony Bin, 7:30 p.m. Wed.-Sat., 10 p.m. Fri.-Sat., $8-$12.

NOV. 7-10: Dave Landau. The Loony Bin, 7:30 p.m. Wed.-Sat., 10 p.m. Fri.-Sat., $8-$12.

NOV. 14-17: Mr. Showtime. The Loony Bin, 7:30 p.m. Wed.-Sat., 10 p.m. Fri.-Sat., $8-$12.

NOV. 23-JAN. 12: "A Fertle Holiday." A holiday comedy from The Main Thing. The Joint, 8 p.m. Fri.-Sat., $24.

NOV. 28-DEC. 1: Reno Collier. The Loony Bin, 7:30 p.m. Wed.-Sat., 10 p.m. Fri.-Sat., $8-$12.

NOV. 30: Steve Martin & Martin Short, I'm With Her. Verizon Arena, 8 p.m., $60-$250.

NOV. 30: Kountry Wayne. Robinson Center Performance Hall, 8 p.m., $28-$48.

DEC. 7: Martin Lawrence. Verizon Arena, 7:30 p.m., $40-$120.

DEC. 18: Brain Trust with Michael Brown. Hibernia Irish Tavern. 8 p.m.

DANCE

OCT. 19-21: "Dracula." A Ballet Arkansas production. UA Pulaski Technical College, Center for Humanities and Arts, 7 p.m. Fri.-Sat., 2 p.m. Sat.-Sun., $15-$35.

DEC. 7-9: "Nutcracker Spectacular." A Ballet Arkansas production. Robinson Center Performance Hall, 7 p.m. Fri.-Sat., 2 p.m. Sat.-Sun., $23-$102.

DEC. 9: "Land of the Sweets Nutcracker Tea." A Ballet Arkansas performance and meet-and-greet. Robinson Center Performance Hall, 11:30 a.m., $30.

DEC. 27: Moscow Ballet's "Great Russian Nutcracker." Robinson Center Performance Hall, 3 p.m. and 7 p.m., $31-$178.

FILM

OCT. 7: "The Opera House." A documentary screening from Arkansas Cinema Society and Arkansas District Metropolitan Opera Auditions. CALS Ron Robinson Theater, 2:30 p.m., $25.

OCT. 9: "The Exorcist." (1979). With stuntwoman Ann Miles. CALS Ron Robinson Theater, 6:30 p.m., $5.

OCT. 11, 16: "MFKZ." English dubs. Cinemark Colonel Glenn 18, 7 p.m.

OCT. 12: "George Takei's 'Allegiance': The Broadway Musical on the Big Screen." CALS Ron Robinson Theater, 7 p.m., free.

NOV. 16: "The Last Waltz." CALS Ron Robinson Theater, 7 p.m., $5.

THEATER

THROUGH SEPT. 22: "Social Security." Murry's Dinner Playhouse Theater.

THROUGH SEPT. 30: "The Producers." Community Theatre of Little Rock. Elks Lodge, North Little Rock.

SEPT. 25-OCT. 20: "The Foreigner." Murry's Dinner Playhouse Theater.

OCT. 6: "Unemployment." A reading of Werner Trieschmann's play from the Rolling River Playwrights Collective. Arkansas Repertory Theatre, 7 p.m., $10.

OCT. 11-28: "Evil Dead: The Musical." The Studio Theatre.

OCT. 12-13: "Jersey Boys." The touring Broadway production. Robinson Center Performance Hall, $28-$78.

OCT. 12-28: "If/Then." The Weekend Theater.

OCT. 23-NOV. 17: "The Hallelujah Girls." Murry's Dinner Playhouse Theater.

OCT. 28: "Murder in the Cathedral." St. Luke's Episcopal Church, 7 p.m.

NOV. 1-4: "Blackbird." The Studio Theatre.

NOV. 3: "Life Science." A reading of Judy B. Goss' play from the Rolling River Playwrights Collective. Arkansas Repertory Theatre, 7 p.m., $10.


NOV. 20-25: "Love Never Dies." The touring Broadway production. Robinson Center Performance Hall.

NOV. 23-DEC. 31: "Elf." Murry's Dinner Playhouse Theater.

NOV. 29-DEC. 14: "A Christmas Story." The Studio Theatre.

NOV. 30-DEC. 15: "Steel Magnolias." The Weekend Theater.

NOV. 30-DEC. 16: "Jack Frost in Santa Land." Arkansas Arts Center Children's Theatre.

DEC. 1: "Blood Moon." A reading of John Haman's play from the Rolling River Playwrights Collective. Arkansas Repertory Theatre, 7 p.m., $10.

DEC. 7-15: "A Christmas Carol." Argenta Community Theater.

DEC. 22-23: "Finding Neverland." The touring Broadway production. Robinson Center Performance Hall.

SPECIAL EVENTS

SEPT. 23: Argenta Reading Series: Jonathan Brown. Argenta United Methodist Church, 5:30 p.m.

OCT. 4: "The Moth." An evening of storytelling. Robinson Center Performance Hall, 7:30 p.m., $38.

OCT. 7: "Henry Rollins: Travel Slideshow Tour." A punk rocker's travelogue. Rev Room, 8 p.m., $31-$155.

OCT. 23-27: "Made By Few 6." Downtown Little Rock, $200-$475.

OCT. 26: "Argenta Reading Series: Edward McPherson." Argenta United Methodist Church, 5:30 p.m.

OCT. 27: "Arkansas Cornbread Festival." Main Street, 11 a.m., free-$10.

OCT. 27: "Arkansas Black Hall of Fame 26th Anniversary Celebration." Robinson Center Performance Hall, 7:30 p.m., $50-$100.

BENTONVILLE

MUSIC

SEPT. 20: Opal Agafia & The Sweet Nothings. Bike Rack Brewing Co.

SEPT. 21: The Baskin Blues Duo. Ramo d'Olivo, 7:30 p.m.

SEPT. 21: Jukebox Confession. The Meteor Guitar Gallery, 8 p.m., $10-$15.

SEPT. 22: Tony Alvarez. Ramo d'Olivo, 7:30 p.m.

SEPT. 22: Forest Concert Series: Kiran Ahluwalia. Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, 7 p.m., $10.

SEPT. 23: Paco Renteria. Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, 4 p.m., free.

SEPT. 27: Rozenbridge, Raj Suresh. Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, 8 p.m., $15.

SEPT. 29: Forest Concert Series: Ahi. Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, 7 p.m., $10.

OCT. 4: KOBV Brewery Beats. A recurring series from the DJs at 103.3 KOBV-FM. Bike Rack Brewery, 6 p.m.

OCT. 5: Eric Gales. Meteor Guitar Gallery, 8 p.m., $30-$50.

OCT. 6: Forest Concert Series: Orchestral Pow Wow Project. Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, 7 p.m., $10.

OCT. 19: The Cate Brothers, The Downtown Live Wires. Meteor Guitar Gallery, 7 p.m., $25-$45.

NOV. 2: "Brahms Deconstructed." Symphony of Northwest Arkansas. Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, 8 p.m., $55.

NOV. 9: Bike Rack Records Release Party. Bike Rack Brewing Co., 7 p.m., $25-$8

VISUAL ART

THROUGH OCT. 8: "The Garden." Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. 479-418-5700.

THROUGH DEC. 31: "Amy Sherald." Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. 479-418-5700.

THROUGH FEBRUARY 2019: "In Conversation: Will Wilson and Edward Curtis." Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. 479-418-5700.

SEPT. 20: Conversation with artist Amy Sherald. 1-2 p.m. Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. 479-418-5700.

OCT. 6-JAN. 7, 2019: "Art for a New Understanding: Native Voices, 1950s to Now." Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. 479-418-5700.

OCT. 27-MARCH 2019: "Personal Space." Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. 479-418-5700.

FILM

OCT. 3: Native Voices Film Series: Kyle Bell, Steven Paul Judd. Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, 7 p.m., free.

OCT. 12: "Reclaiming Native Identity with Anna Tsouhlarakis." Video. Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, 7 p.m., free.

OCT. 24: Native Voices Film Series: Missy Whiteman. Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, 7 p.m., free.

CONWAY

MUSIC

SEPT. 20: Buddy Guy. Reynolds Performance Hall, University of Central Arkansas, 7:30 p.m.

SEPT. 21: Kris Lager Band. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

SEPT. 28: El Dub. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

SEPT. 29: Charlotte Taylor & Gypsy Rain. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

OCT. 5: Opal Agafia & The Sweet Nothings. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

OCT. 6: Dawson Hollow. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

OCT. 12: Freeverse. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

OCT. 13: The Rios. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

OCT. 19: Clusterpluck. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

OCT. 20: Waterseed. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

OCT. 23: Rita Moreno. Reynolds Performance Hall, UCA, 7:30 p.m., $15.

OCT. 26: Arkansauce. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

OCT. 27: Cosmocean. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

NOV. 2: Cadillac Jackson. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

NOV. 3: Akeem Kemp Band. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

NOV. 9: Big Red Flag. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

NOV. 10: Dazz & Brie. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

NOV. 13: Ten Tenors. Reynolds Performance Hall, UCA, 7:30 p.m.

NOV. 16: Trey Johnson. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

NOV. 17: Mountain Sprout. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

NOV. 23: The Going Jessies. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

NOV. 24: Lucky Rooster. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

NOV. 30: Cody Martin Band. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

DEC. 1: "Rat Pack Christmas." Reynolds Performance Hall, UCA, 7:30 p.m.

DEC. 1: Groovement. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

DEC. 7: Josh Hoyer & Soul Colossal. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

DEC. 8: "A Classic Christmas." A pops concert with Arkansas Festival Ballet. Reynolds Performance Hall, UCA, 7:30 p.m.

DEC. 12: "Celtic Angels Christmas." Reynolds Performance Hall, UCA, 7:30 p.m.

DEC. 14: Craig Gerdes Band. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

DEC. 28: Sad Daddy. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

DEC. 31: Jamie Lou & The Hullabaloo, The Squarshers. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

DANCE

OCT. 14: "Dracula." A Ballet Arkansas production. Reynolds Performance Hall, UCA, 7:30 p.m., $32-$40.

OCT. 21: The New Chinese Acrobats. Reynolds Performance Hall, UCA, $27-$40.

THEATER

SEPT. 21-22: "Driving." A play by Werner Trieschmann. Cabe Theatre, Hendrix College.

OCT. 27-28: "Chicago." A touring Broadway production. Reynolds Performance Hall, UCA, 7:30 p.m. Sat., 2 p.m. Sun., $27-$40.

EL DORADO

MUSIC

SEPT. 20: Charley Crockett. Griffin Restaurant, 8 p.m.

SEPT. 27: Barrett Baber. Griffin Restaurant, 8 p.m.

SEPT. 29: Million Dollar Quartet. Griffin Music Hall, 8 p.m., $35-$55.

OCT. 4: Bri Bagwell. Griffin Restaurant, 8 p.m.

OCT. 5: Identity Crisis. Griffin Restaurant, 9 p.m.

OCT. 6: The Big Dam Horns. Griffin Restaurant, 9 p.m.

OCT. 11: Front Cover Band. Griffin Restaurant, 8 p.m.

OCT. 18-20: MusicFest. George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic, Toby Keith, Sammy Hagar & The Circle and more. Murphy Arts District.

OCT. 20: Mary Heather & The Sinners. Griffin Restaurant, 10:30 p.m.

OCT. 20: Gucci Mane. Griffin Music Hall, 8 p.m.

OCT. 25: Eclectic Avenue. Griffin Restaurant, 8 p.m.

NOV. 1: Big Piph & Tomorrow Maybe. Griffin Restaurant, 8 p.m.

NOV. 8: The Drunken Hearts. Griffin Restaurant, 8 p.m.

THEATER

NOV. 16: Reza: Edge of Illusion. Griffin Music Hall, 8 p.m.

EUREKA SPRINGS

MUSIC

SEPT. 28: Bluegrass & BBQ. Opal Agafia & The Sweet Nothings, Aaron Kamm & The One Drops and more. The Farm, 8 p.m., $30-$55.

OCT. 11-14: Hillberry: The Harvest Moon Festival. Railroad Earth, The Wood Brothers, Trampled By Turtles, Lettuce and more. The Farm, $60-$500.

NOV. 2: Jimmy James. The Aud, 8 p.m.

DEC. 1: John Two Hawks. The Aud, 7 p.m.

DEC. 8: Ozarks Chorale Christmas Concert. The Aud, 6 p.m., $10.

FAYETTEVILLE

MUSIC

SEPT. 20: JJ Grey & Mofro. George's Majestic Lounge, 8 p.m., $30-$35.

SEPT. 21: Mountain Sprout. George's Majestic Lounge, 9:30 p.m., $8-$10.

SEPT. 21: Mirror Fields, Space4Lease. Smoke & Barrel Tavern, 10 p.m., free.

SEPT. 22: Dylan Earl, Dazz & Brie. Smoke & Barrel Tavern, 10 p.m., $5.

SEPT. 26: Pigeons Playing Ping Pong. George's Majestic Lounge, 8 p.m., $15-$20.

SEPT. 28: M. Bolez. Smoke & Barrel Tavern, 10 p.m., free.

SEPT. 29: Mixx Tenn. Smoke & Barrel Tavern, 10 p.m., free.

SEPT. 30: Philip H. Anselmo & The Illegals. George's Majestic Lounge, 8 p.m., $17-$20.

OCT. 2: The Sword. George's Majestic Lounge, 8:30 p.m., $18-$20.

OCT. 4: Read Southall. George's Majestic Lounge, 8 p.m., $10-$12.

OCT. 5: Combsy. Smoke & Barrel Tavern, 10 p.m., $5.

OCT. 6: Ought, Ankle Pop. Smoke & Barrel Tavern, 9 p.m., $12-$15.

OCT. 7: Colony House, Brother Moses. George's Majestic Lounge, 8 p.m., $16-$18.

OCT. 11: Herobust. George's Majestic Lounge, 9 p.m., 20-$23.

OCT. 12: Amy Helm. George's Majestic Lounge, 8 p.m., $20-$25.

OCT. 13: Syca. Smoke & Barrel Tavern, 10 p.m., free.

OCT. 16: Russian Circles, Terminus. George's Majestic Lounge, 8:30 p.m., $15-$17.

OCT. 17: Blue October. George's Majestic Lounge, 8 p.m., $28-$30.

OCT. 18: Ray Wylie Hubbard. George's Majestic Lounge, 8:30 p.m., $20-$25.

OCT. 19: Birdtalker. Smoke & Barrel Tavern, 10 p.m., $5.

OCT. 20: Rainbow Kitten Surprise. George's Majestic Lounge, 7 p.m., $23-$89.

OCT. 20: Worst Party Ever. Smoke & Barrel Tavern, 10 p.m., free.

OCT. 21: Guerilla Toss, The Phlegms, Whoopsi. Smoke & Barrel Tavern, 9 p.m., $10-$12.

OCT. 25: Black Lillies. George's Majestic Lounge, 8:30 p.m., $12-$15.

OCT. 31: Snails, Cookie Monsta, Svdden Death and more. Fayetteville Town Center, 7 p.m., $28-$30.

OCT. 31: Papadosio. George's Majestic Lounge, 8:30 p.m., $20-$25.

NOV. 2: Jason Boland & The Stragglers. George's Majestic Lounge, 9 p.m., $20-$25.

NOV. 2: Branjae. Smoke & Barrel Tavern, 10 p.m., $5.

NOV. 7: Penny & Sparrow. George's Majestic Lounge, 8 p.m., $17-$60.

NOV. 8: Molly Burch, Justin Peter Kinkel-Schuster. Smoke & Barrel Tavern. 9 p.m., $10-$12.

NOV. 9: James McMurtry. George's Majestic Lounge, 9 p.m., $20-$22.

NOV. 10: Rfrsh. Smoke & Barrel Tavern, 10 p.m., free.

NOV. 11: Hayes Carll and Jack Ingram. George's Majestic Lounge, 8:30 p.m., $25-$30.

NOV. 13: Sun June. George's Majestic Lounge, 9 p.m., $10-$12.

NOV. 18: The Oh Hellos, Samantha Crain. George's Majestic Lounge, 8 p.m., $18-$20.

NOV. 23: The Body, Author & Punisher, Bones of the Earth. George's Majestic Lounge, 9:30 p.m., $8-$10.

NOV. 30: The Randy Rogers Band. George's Majestic Lounge, 9 p.m., $20-$25.

DEC. 9: z Snider. George's Majestic Lounge, 8:30 p.m., $25-$30.

DEC. 14: Broncho, White Mansion. George's Majestic Lounge, 9:30 p.m.

DEC. 18: Swearin.' George's Majestic Lounge, 8:30 p.m.

DEC. 28: Big Smith. George's Majestic Lounge, 8 p.m., 9:30 p.m., $20-$25.

THEATER

THROUGH SEPT. 23: "Once." A TheaterSquared production. Walton Arts Center, Studio Theater.

OCT. 5-7: "Jersey Boys." Walton Arts Center, Baum Walker Hall.

OCT. 23-28: "School of Rock." Walton Arts Center, Baum Walker Hall.

DEC. 4-9: "Get On Your Feet!" Walton Arts Center, Baum Walker Hall.

FORT SMITH

MUSIC

OCT. 20: "Pops: It's Time For Three!" Fort Smith Symphony. Arcbest Performing Arts Center, 7:30 p.m.

NOV. 12: Ten Tenors. Arcbest Performing Arts Center, 7:30 p.m.

NOV. 29: "Season's Greetings 2018." Arcbest Performing Arts Center, 7 p.m.

DEC. 1: "Pops: It's Time For Christmas!" Fort Smith Symphony. Arcbest Performing Arts Center, 7:30 p.m.

DEC. 9: Manheim Steamroller. Arcbest Performing Arts Center, 7:30 p.m.

VISUAL ART

THROUGH NOV. 18: "Todd Gray: Pop Geometry." Fort Smith Regional Art Museum.

THROUGH JAN. 27: "Modern Master David Hayes: The Ventana Series." Fort Smith Regional Art Museum.

DEC. 7-MARCH 31, 2019: "Timothy J. Clark: Masterworks on Paper." Fort Smith Regional Art Museum.

DANCE

DEC. 15-16: "The Nutcracker Ballet." A Western Arkansas Ballet production. Arcbest Performing Arts Center, 7:30 p.m. Sat., 2:30 p.m. Sun.

HELENA-

WEST HELENA

MUSIC

OCT. 3-6: King Biscuit Blues Festival. Bobby Rush, Blackberry Smoke, Dave Mason and Steve Cropper and more. Cherry Street.

OCT. 6: Arkansas Times Blues Bus to the King Biscuit Blues Festival. With music from Stephen Koch of Arkansongs. $99.

HOT SPRINGS

MUSIC

SEPT. 21: John Oates & The Good Road Band. Finish Line Theatre, Oaklawn Racing & Gaming, 7 p.m., $40-$55.

SEPT. 21: Crash Blossom, The Luxembourg Trio, Princeaus. Maxine's, 9 p.m., $5.

SEPT. 22: Junction 5. An outdoor gospel music concert, 7 p.m., donations.

SEPT. 22: Sam Pace & The Gilded Grit, Kill Vargas, Adam Faucett. Maxine's, 9 p.m., $7.

SEPT. 23: Stardust Big Band. Arlington Hotel Resort & Spa, Crystal Ballroom, 3 p.m.

SEPT. 27: Ppoacher Ppoacher, Warm Trickle, Whoopsi. Maxine's, 9 p.m., $5.

SEPT. 28: Hooten Hallers, Recognizer. Maxine's, 9 p.m., $7.

SEPT. 28-29: John Calvin Brewer Band. Silks Bar & Grill, Oaklawn Racing & Gaming, 10 p.m.

SEPT. 29: May the Peace of the Sea Be With You, Mouton, Fiscal Spliff. Maxine's, 9 p.m., $7.

OCT. 5-6: Hot Water Hills Music & Arts Festival. Larkin Poe, Broncho, JD Wilkes and more. Hill Wheatley Plaza, 4 p.m. Fri., noon Sat., 15-$25.

OCT. 21: Screaming Females. Low Key Arts, 9 p.m., $10-$15.

NOV. 19: Tom Christopher. An Elvis tribute. Anthony Chapel, Garvan Woodland Gardens, 5 p.m.

NOV. 25: Sharon Turrentine. A holiday concert. Anthony Chapel, Garvan Woodland Gardens., 4 p.m.

NOV. 28: "Voices Rising." A holiday choral concert. Anthony Chapel, Garvan Woodland Gardens, 5:30 p.m.

VISUAL ART

OCT. 4-5: "The Soul of Arkansas." Works by Longhua Xu. Hot Springs Convention Center. 321-2027.

COMEDY

THROUGH DEC. 26: "Ken Goodman: Comedy & The Classics." Hot Springs Bathhouse Dinner Theatre.

DANCE

SEPT. 20: Gold Show Drag Show. Maxine's, 9 p.m., $5.

SEPT. 30: Stardust Big Band. Arlington Resort Hotel & Spa, 3 p.m., $10.

FILM

SEPT. 20-23: Hot Springs International Horror Film Festival. Central Theatre.

OCT. 19-27: Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival. Arlington Resort Hotel & Spa.

THEATER

OCT. 5-14: "The Secret Garden." Pocket Community Theatre.

OCT. 26-27: "Love At First Bite." Murder & Macabre Mystery Theatre. Porterhouse Restaurant, 7 p.m., $40.

NOV. 30-DEC. 9: "Yes, Virginia, There Is a Santa Claus." Pocket Community Theatre.

SPECIAL EVENTS

THROUGH OCT. 25: "Driving Miss Daisy." (Thursdays only). Hot Springs Bathhouse Dinner Theatre.

SEPT. 21-23: Spa-Con. With Pam Grier, Sean Maher, Butch Patrick and more. Hot Springs Convention Center.

SEPT. 23: Olivia Gatwood. A spoken word performance from Low Key Arts. Kollective Coffee, 6 p.m., $5.

OCT. 5-7: Hot Springs Arts & Crafts Fair. Garland County Fairgrounds.

NOV. 17: Northwoods Mountain Bike Trail Grand Opening. Cedar Glades Trail Head, 461 Wildcat Road, noon, free.

JONESBORO, NEWPORT

MUSIC

SEPT. 28-29: Depot Days Festival. Rodney Crowell, Earl & Them and more. Rock 'n' Roll Highway 67 Museum, Newport.

OCT. 18-20: Johnny Cash Heritage Festival. Dyess, free-$100.

DEC. 6: M-PACT. Fowler Center, Arkansas State University, Jonesboro. 7:30 p.m.

VISUAL ART

THROUGH OCT. 10: "Pink." Multimedia group show. Arkansas State University, Jonesboro.

SPECIAL EVENTS

NOV. 5: "The Magic of David Gerrard." Fowler Center, Arkansas State University, Jonesboro, 7:30 p.m.

PINE BLUFF

VISUAL ART

THROUGH OCT. 27: "Small but Mighty." Works from the permanent collection. Arts and Science Center for Southeast Arkansas. 870-536-3375.

THROUGH NOV. 3: "UAPB & ASC: Five Decades of Collaboration." Arts and Science Center for Southeast Arkansas. 870-536-3375.

THROUGH NOV. 10: Pine Bluff Art League Juried Exhibition. Arts and Science Center for Southeast Arkansas. 870-536-3375.

ROGERS/SPRINGDALE

MUSIC

SEPT. 26: 5 Seconds of Summer. Walmart AMP, Rogers, 8 p.m., $30-$145.

SEPT. 27: Needtobreathe. Walmart AMP, Rogers, 7 p.m., $30-$65.

SEPT. 28: Roby Pantall Jazz Duo. Sassafras Springs Vineyard, Springdale, 6 p.m., free.

SEPT. 28: Lynyrd Skynyrd. Walmart AMP, Rogers, 7 p.m., $40-$220.

OCT. 3: Odesza. Walmart AMP, Rogers, 7 p.m., $26-$125.

OCT. 4: CongaKeyz Jazz Duo. Sassafras Springs Vineyard, Springdale, 6 p.m., free.

OCT. 13: Second Line Strings. Sassafras Springs Vineyard, Springdale, 6 p.m., free.

OCT. 13: "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets." With accompaniment from Symphony of Northwest Arkansas. Walmart AMP, Rogers, 7 p.m., $22-$75.

VISUAL ART

THROUGH SEPT. 22: "Sarah Hearn: An Unnatural History." Arts Center of the Ozarks, Springdale.

THROUGH SEPT. 28: "Sensory Iconoclast." Arts Center of the Ozarks, Springdale, Springdale.

OCT. 2-NOV. 3: "5X5 Annual Exhibition." Arts Center of the Ozarks, Springdale.

NOV. 10-JAN. 7: "Frida in the Garden." Arts Center of the Ozarks, Springdale.


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"Middlemarch" author George Eliot claimed once that if he were a bird, he'd fly around the world "seeking the successive autumns." It's a lovely idea, but then, George Eliot was not a bird. Nor was he George Eliot or even a he, for that matter, but that's a story for another day. What's really important for you this crisp season, music lover, is to spread your wings into the sleeves of your snuggliest sweater and seize the only autumn you've got right in front of you — this one. It's the one in which the Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Lee Bains III & The Glory Fires and a drag queen named Trixie Mattel land in Pulaski County within a fortnight's span. It's the one where a 6-foot-8 clown with a supple voice interprets David Bowie and R.E.M. on the stage of a technical college in North Little Rock. It's the one where hometown heroes like The Salty Dogs and Mulehead and Akeem Kemp share calendar space with Buddy Guy, the Moscow Ballet, Toby Keith, Gucci Mane and The Drive-By Truckers. See our calendar wrap beginning on page 15 for a statewide guide; meanwhile, here's a quick rundown of some of that aural inspiration, well worth seeking.

The ever-intense Malcolm Holcombe is returning to the legendary White Water Tavern, where he'll officially release his latest, "Come Hell or High Water," at the venerable joint Sept. 20. That same day, Buddy Guy, 82-year-old Chess Records house guitarist and Checkerboard Lounge owner-turned-blues legend, performs at the University of Central Arkansas's Reynolds Performance Hall in Conway.

Touring in support of their album, "Arkansas," John Oates (of Hall & Oates) and the Good Road Band come to Oaklawn's Finish Line Theater in Hot Springs Sept. 21. On the same night, tremolo lovers in Little Rock can probably catch organist Kimberly Marshall's free concert at St. Luke's Episcopal Church and still make it to the Rev Room's "Fabulous Freddie Mercury Tribute" featuring Randall Shreve at 10 p.m.

On Sept. 22, jump back to the '90s with the Toadies at the Rev Room, catch Royal Thunder and Headcold with Or at the White Water Tavern, or drink in Claude Bourbon at Hibernia Irish Tavern's hosting of an installment from the Little Rock Folk Club series. The Stardust Big Band floats into the Arlington Hotel's Crystal Ballroom in Hot Springs Sept. 23. Jazz and parks are two great tastes that taste great together, with a free Jazz in the Park concert from the Rodney Block Collective Sept. 26 at Riverfront Park's History Pavilion. That night, Sunflower Beam rises at Stickyz.

Amythyst Kiah shines at South on Main's Oxford American Concert Series Sept. 27, while the Randy Rogers Band rides high at the Rev Room. And, if you're ready for some Southern-style storytelling, it won't get much better than West Monroe, La., native musician/poet Kevin Gordon's appearance at The Joint's Potluck and Poison Ivy, also Sept. 27. (If the casserole has leaves of three, let it be.)

No wave scenester and actor/singer/poet Lydia Lunch (nee Lydia Koch) comes to Four Quarter Bar Sept. 28. Lunch is performing with composer Weasel Walter, bassist Tim Dahl and original Sonic Youth drummer Bob Bert; Mouton and Listen Sister open. Over at the White Water Tavern, Danville sage William Blackart releases his latest record, "Return," with support from Colour Design and Fiscal Spliff. Also that evening is a concert from Pine Bluff native Mark Edgar Stuart at South on Main, as well as "Gershwin: Remembrance and Discovery," an Arkansas Sounds-presented concert from Richard Glazier, who'll interpret the work of the second-generation Jewish American who crystallized the American songbook.

Then, get the bucket brigade ready for the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra's interpretation of "Sorcerer's Apprentice" Sept. 29-30 at Robinson Center Performance Hall. Should you find yourself in the Spa City, check out May the Peace of the Sea Be With You, Mouton and Fiscal Spliff at Maxine's Sept. 29. Zipped back up again, Squirrel Nut Zippers (with Arkansas son-in-law Jimbo Mathus at the helm) visit the Rev Room Oct. 3.

The always-anticipated Hot Water Hills Music & Arts Festival goes up at Hill Wheatley Plaza in Hot Springs Oct. 5-6, with headliners Larkin Poe, Broncho, J.D. Wilkes and more. And, if you missed J.D. Wilkes at Hot Water Hills, catch him at the White Water Tavern Oct. 6 — that is, if you're not at the Rev Room the same night conducting some soul re-examination to the tune of Amasa Hines.

Lagniappe performs for Arkansas Times' "R&B: Rhythm & Blues, Ribs & Butts" at Argenta Plaza Oct. 7. RuPaul's Drag Race champion Trixie Mattel struts her stuff at Robinson Center Performance Hall Oct. 9. On Oct. 11, Lee Bains III & The Glory Fires burn down the house — and the racist patriarchal establishment, for that matter — at the White Water Tavern. Kings Live Music in Conway hosts a show from Arkansas Times staff faves The Rios Oct. 13. Guitarist Brooke Miller, hailed as an heir apparent to fellow Canadian songstress Joni Mitchell, plays at The Joint Theater & Coffeehouse as a guest of the Argenta Acoustic Music Series on Oct. 18. Also that evening, the Oxford American Concert Series hosts a show from Bernice, La., soul singer Robert Finley, recently and rightfully returned to the stage's limelight.

The Dirty Dozen Brass Band is the tip of the multigenerational NOLA iceberg at UA Pulaski Tech's Center for Humanities and Arts for "Take Me to the River" Oct. 22. Also: Hey youuu guys! It's the electric 86-year-old national treasure Rita Moreno at UCA's Reynolds Performance Hall Oct. 23! Thankfully not a Rolling Stones tribute band of the era, but a Virginia-based string band from the Blue Ridge Mountains, The Steel Wheels, rolls into South on Main Oct. 28. Frankie Valli trots out the hits — and the falsetto — at Verizon Arena Nov. 9, and later that weekend, the ASO takes on the work of a beloved English composer with "Elgar's Enigma," Nov. 10-11. Stuart Baer brings his capable keyboard work to Sherwood's Amy Sanders Library as part of CALS's "Sounds in the Stacks" series Nov. 13. Mountain Sprout gets rowdy at Kings Live Music Nov. 17.

Garvan Woodland Gardens is showing its true colors this fall with a series of November events at its Anthony Chapel: Tom Christopher's tribute to Elvis Presley on the 19th; a holiday concert from Sharon Turrentine on Nov. 25; and a choral concert from Voices Rising on Nov. 28.

This pity party requires audience participation! Puddles Pity Party, the sad clown with the golden voice, croons classic rock covers with a twist to UA Pulaski Tech's CHARTS on Dec. 1. If you need to skip the sorrow and head to straight to the Five Finger Death Punch, you'll find it that very same night with Breaking Benjamin at Verizon Arena.

Finally, and maybe it's much too early in the game, but what are you doing New Year's Eve? The Squarshers and Jamie Lou and the Hullabaloo are holding down the countdown fort at Kings Live Music in Conway.


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GREATER LITTLE ROCK

MUSIC

SEPT. 20: Laurence Juber. Argenta Acoustic Music Series. The Joint Theater & Coffeehouse, 7:30 p.m., $25.

SEPT. 20: Malcolm Holcombe. White Water Tavern, 8:30 p.m., $10.

SEPT. 20: Charlotte Taylor. Cajun's Wharf, 9 p.m., $5.

SEPT. 21: Mulehead. Four Quarter Bar, 10 p.m., $7.

SEPT. 21: Go For Gold, Slick Grip, Vera Forever. Vino's, 8 p.m., $8.

SEPT. 21: Kimberly Marshall. A concert from the Central Arkansas Chapter of the American Guild of Organists. St. Luke's Episcopal Church, 8 p.m., free.

SEPT. 21: Flatland Cavalry. Stickyz Rock 'n' Roll Chicken Shack, 9 p.m., $10-$13.

SEPT. 21: Dylan Earl & The Reasons Why, Dazz & Brie. White Water Tavern, 9 p.m.

SEPT. 21: Mister Lucky. Cajun's Wharf, 9 p.m., $5.

SEPT. 21: "The Fabulous Freddie Mercury Tribute." Featuring Randall Shreve. Rev Room, 10 p.m., $15-$20.

SEPT. 22: Claude Bourbon. A Little Rock Folk Club concert. Hibernia Irish Tavern, 7:30 p.m., $8-$15.

SEPT. 22: The Toadies. Rev Room, 8 p.m., $20-$25.

SEPT. 22: Royal Thunder, Headcold, Or. White Water Tavern, 9 p.m.

SEPT. 22: LLC, I-40 Ramblers. Cajun's Wharf, 9 p.m., $5.

SEPT. 22: Henry and the Invisibles. Four Quarter Bar, 10 p.m., $8.

SEPT. 26: Jazz in the Park: Rodney Block Collective. History Pavilion, Riverfront Park, 6 p.m., free.

SEPT. 26: Sunflower Bean. Stickyz, 8 p.m., $12-$15.

SEPT. 27: Potluck & Poison Ivy. Featuring Kevin Gordon. 7 p.m., The Joint, $35.

SEPT. 27: Amythyst Kiah. Oxford American Concert Series. South on Main, 8 p.m., $25-$32.

SEPT. 27: Randy Rogers Band. Rev Room, 8:30 p.m., $20-$25.

SEPT. 27: RVS. Cajun's Wharf, 9 p.m., $5.

SEPT. 28: "Gershwin: Remembrance and Discovery." A concert from Richard Glazier. 7:30 p.m., CALS Ron Robinson. Free.

SEPT. 28: The Sword. Rev Room, 8:30 p.m., $18-$20.

SEPT. 28: Bluesboy Jag & Mudboy. Markham Street Grill and Pub, 8:30 p.m.

SEPT. 28: Lydia Lunch Retrovirus, Mouton, Listen Sister. Four Quarter Bar, 9 p.m., $10.

SEPT. 28: William Blackart, Colour Design, Fiscal Spliff. White Water Tavern, 9 p.m.

SEPT. 28: Mark Edgar Stuart. South on Main, 7 p.m.

SEPT. 28: Unraveled. Cajun's Wharf, 9 p.m., $5.

SEPT. 29: As Cities Burn. Vino's, 7 p.m., $15.

SEPT. 29: Dave Hoover, Sean Michael. An Elvis Tribute. Argenta Community Theater, 7 p.m.

SEPT. 29: Earl & Them. Cajun's Wharf, 9 p.m., $5.

SEPT. 29-30: "Sorcerer's Apprentice." Arkansas Symphony Orchestra. Robinson Center Performance Hall, 7:30 p.m. Sat., 3 p.m. Sun., $16-$68.

SEPT. 30: Colt Ford. Clear Channel Metroplex, 6 p.m., $22-$30.

SEPT. 30: The Salty Dogs. White Water Tavern, 6 p.m.

OCT. 2: Mozart & Schumann. Arkansas Symphony Orchestra's River Rhapsodies Chamber Series. Clinton Presidential Center, 7 p.m., $23.

OCT. 3: Squirrel Nut Zippers. Rev Room, 8 p.m., $30-$35.

OCT. 4: September Mourning. Rev Room, 8 p.m., $10-$13.

OCT. 5: Gil Franklin. Markham Street Grill and Pub, 8:30 p.m.

OCT. 5: Destroyed of Light, Colour Design. White Water Tavern, 9 p.m.

OCT. 5: Sabine Valley, Wild Yam. Vino's, 8 p.m., $7.

OCT. 5: The Big News. Four Quarter Bar, 10 p.m., $7.

OCT. 6: Kate Campbell. A Little Rock Folk Club concert. Hibernia Irish Tavern. 8:30 p.m., $15.

OCT. 6: Steezy Street, Bedroom Collective. Vino's, 8 p.m., $7.

OCT. 6: Amasa Hines. Rev Room, 9 p.m., $12-$15.

OCT. 6: J.D. Wilkes. White Water Tavern, 9 p.m., $10.

OCT. 6: The Smoking Flowers. Four Quarter Bar, 10 p.m., $7.

OCT. 7: R&B Cook-Off: Rhythm & Blues, Ribs & Butts. With music from Lagniappe. 1 p.m., Argenta Plaza, $15.

OCT. 7: "The Singing Heart." An Arkansas Chamber Singers concert. Calvary Baptist Church, 3 p.m., $10-$18.

OCT. 9: Fall Out Boy. Verizon Arena, 7 p.m., $31-$71.

OCT. 9: Trixie Mattel. Robinson Center Performance Hall, 8 p.m., $41-$166.

OCT. 10: Lauren Daigle. Verizon Arena, 7:30 p.m., $28-$78.

OCT. 11: Thomas Rhett, Brett Young, Midland. Verizon Arena, 7:30 p.m., $33-$78.

OCT. 11: Lee Bains III & The Glory Fires. White Water Tavern, 8:30 p.m.

OCT. 12: Harrisong. Markham Street Grill and Pub, 8:30 p.m.

OCT. 12: Deadbird, Terminal Nation, Tranquilo. White Water Tavern, 8:30 p.m.

OCT. 12: The Great Whiskey Rendezvous. Four Quarter Bar, 10 p.m., $7.

OCT. 12: Cody Johnson. First Security Amphitheater, 6:30 p.m., $25-$80.

OCT. 13: Trey Johnson & Jason Willmon. White Water Tavern, 9 p.m.

OCT. 13: The Busty Petites. Four Quarter Bar, 10 p.m., $7.

OCT. 18: "Sounds in the Stacks: Tonya Leeks." CALS Sue Cowan Williams Library, 6:30 p.m., free.

OCT. 18: Brooke Miller. Argenta Acoustic Music Series. The Joint Theater & Coffeehouse, 7:30 p.m., $25.

OCT. 18: The Russ Liquid Test. Rev Room, 9 p.m., $16-$20.

OCT. 18: Robert Finley. Oxford American Concert Series. South on Main, 8 p.m., $28-$36.

OCT. 19: Jerry Redd & The Snowmen. White Water Tavern, 9 p.m.

OCT. 19: Big Red Flag, Jamie Lou & the Hullabaloo. Four Quarter Bar, 10 p.m., $7.

OCT. 20-21: "The Music of Star Wars." Arkansas Symphony Orchestra. Robinson Center Performance Hall, 7:30 p.m. Sat., 3 p.m. Sun., $16-$68.

OCT. 21: John Fullbright. Oxford American Concert Series, South on Main, 7 p.m., $25-$34.

OCT. 22: "Take Me To the River." Dirty Dozen Brass Band, George Porter Jr. and others. UA Pulaski Technical College, Center for the Humanities and Arts, 7:30 p.m., $30-$110.

OCT. 26: Combsy. Four Quarter Bar, 10 p.m., $7.

OCT. 27: Negro Terror, Queen Anne's Revenge, Bloodlikewine, Headdrop, Mortalus and more. Four Quarter Bar, 8 p.m., $10.

OCT. 28: MercyMe. Verizon Arena, 6 p.m., $23-$68.

OCT. 28: The Steel Wheels. Oxford American Concert Series. South on Main, 7 p.m., $20-$26.

OCT. 31: "The Rocky Horror Pickin' Show." The Crumbs. Four Quarter Bar, 9 p.m., $7.

NOV. 1: Keith Urban. Verizon Arena, 7:30 p.m., $40-$97.

NOV. 1: Fabian Almazan Trio. Oxford American Concert Series. South on Main, 8 p.m., $30-$34.

NOV. 2: Rodney Carrington. Robinson Center Performance Hall, 7 p.m., $44-$179.

NOV. 2: The Josh Parks Band. Markham Street Grill and Pub, 8:30 p.m.

NOV. 2: Mountain Sprout. Four Quarter Bar, 10 p.m., $8.

NOV. 3: Ray LaMontagne. Robinson Center Performance Hall, 8 p.m., $35-$85.

NOV. 3: NF. Verizon Arena, 8 p.m., $25-$45.

NOV. 3: Freeverse. Four Quarter Bar, 10 p.m., $7.

NOV. 9: Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons. Verizon Arena, 8 p.m., $60-$125.

NOV. 9: Charlie Hunter Trio. CALS Ron Robinson Theater, 7 p.m., $10.

NOV. 10-11: "Elgar's Enigma." Arkansas Symphony Orchestra. Robinson Center Performance Hall, 7:30 p.m. Sat., 3 p.m. Sun., $16-$68.

NOV. 13: "Sounds in the Stacks: Stuart Baer." CALS Amy Sanders Library, Sherwood, 6:30 p.m., free.

NOV. 13: "Laskarov Plays Brahms." Arkansas Symphony Orchestra's River Rhapsodies Chamber Series. Clinton Presidential Center, 7 p.m., $23.

NOV. 13: Drive-By Truckers. Rev Room, 8 p.m., $25-$30.

NOV. 15: Ian Ethan Case. Argenta Acoustic Music Series. The Joint Theater & Coffeehouse, 7:30 p.m., $25.

NOV. 16: Arkansauce. Rev Room, 8:30 p.m., $8-$10.

NOV. 16: Dazz & Brie, Zigtebra. Four Quarter Bar, 10 p.m., $8.

NOV. 18: Mae. Rev Room, 7:30 p.m., $17-$20.

NOV. 20: "Le Grand Orgue." Organist Rees Roberts. St. Luke's Episcopal Church, 7 p.m.

NOV. 30: Ashley McBryde. Rev Room, 8:30 p.m., $20.

DEC. 1: Five Finger Death Punch, Breaking Benjamin. Verizon Arena, 6 p.m., $25-$80.

DEC. 1: The Here and Now Band. A Little Rock Folk Club concert. Hibernia Irish Tavern, 8:30 p.m., $15.

DEC. 1: Puddles Pity Party. UA Pulaski Technical College, Center for the Humanities and Arts, 7:30 p.m., $25-$40.

DEC. 6: Mandolin Orange. Oxford American Concert Series. South on Main, 8 p.m., $30-$38.

DEC. 7-8: "A Song for the Season." An Arkansas Chamber Singers concert. Old State House Museum, 7 p.m., free.

DEC. 14: Akeem Kemp Band. Markham Street Grill and Pub, 8:30 p.m.

DEC. 14-16: "Home for the Holidays." Arkansas Symphony Orchestra. Robinson Center Performance Hall, 7:30 p.m. Fri.-Sat., 3 p.m. Sun., $16-$68.

VISUAL ART

THROUGH SEPT. 28: "Memory / Commitment / Aspiration," works from the Pierrette Van Cleve Collection; "Water Memory," installation. UA Little Rock.

THROUGH SEPT. 30: "Mauricio Silerio: Los Demonios de mi Terra." Underwater photography. UA Little Rock.

THROUGH OCT. 7: "Justin Bryant: That Survival Apparatus." Watercolors and prints. Historic Arkansas Museum.

THROUGH OCT. 7: "Robert Baines: Living Treasure and Fabulous Follies." Jewelry. Arkansas Arts Center.

THROUGH OCT. 11: "Peter Pincus: Color and Form," ceramics; "Art Process: Drawings and More." University of Central Arkansas.

THROUGH OCT. 19: "American Perspectives on Modernism." UA Pulaski Tech.

THROUGH OCT. 27: "A Legacy of Brewers: The Paintings of Nicholas, Adrian and Edwin Brewer." Butler Center's Galleries at Library Square.

THROUGH OCT. 28: "Up in Smoke." The accoutrements of smoking. Esse Purse Museum.

THROUGH OCT. 28: "Reveal/Conceal: Exploring Identity in Contemporary Art." Arkansas Arts Center.

THROUGH NOV. 4: "Delta Through the Decades Deux: Selections from the Collection." Arkansas Arts Center.

THROUGH NOV. 4: "Space Between Teeth: Linda Lopez + Marc Mitchell." Historic Arkansas Museum.

THROUGH FALL 2019: "A Piece of My Soul: Quilts by Black Arkansans." Old State House Museum. 324-9597.

SEPT. 20 (OPENS): "RESPECT: Celebrating 50 years of AfriCOBRA." Mosaic Templars Cultural Center. 683-3593.

SEPT. 22: Thea Paves the Way, chalk art event. Clinton Presidential Center.

SEPT. 25: "City Leaders as Urban Designers: Planning for Rapid Change." Architecture and Design Network. Arkansas Arts Center.

SEPT. 28-DEC. 30: "Independent Vision: Modern and Contemporary Art from the Martin Muller Collection." Arkansas Arts Center.

OCT. 10-NOV. 10: "Artist as Catalyst." Silkscreens. UA Little Rock.

OCT. 15-NOV. 16: "Faculty Biennial." UA Little Rock.

OCT. 22-DEC. 2: "Electrify: VSA Emerging Young Artists." UA Little Rock.

COMEDY

THROUGH NOV. 17: "The Lighter Side of the Apocalypse." A comedy from The Main Thing. The Joint, 8 p.m. Fri.-Sat., $24.

SEPT. 19-22: Michael Mack. The Loony Bin, 7:30 p.m. Wed.-Sat., 10 p.m. Fri.-Sat., $8-$12.

SEPT. 22: The Comedy Get Down. Featuring Cedric the Entertainer, Eddie Griffin, D.L. Hughley and George Lopez. Verizon Arena, 8 p.m., $49-$75.

SEPT. 25: Punch Line. Weekly open-mic stand-up comedy. The Joint, 8 p.m., $5.

SEPT. 26-29: Greg Morton. The Loony Bin, 7:30 p.m. Wed.-Sat., 10 p.m. Fri.-Sat., $10-$15.

SEPT. 26: The Joint Venture. Weekly improv comedy. The Joint, 8 p.m., $8.

SEPT. 27: Steve Hofstetter. The Loony Bin, 9:45 a.m., $20.

SEPT. 30: Brad Williams. The Loony Bin, 7:30 p.m., $22.

OCT. 3-6: Ricky Reyes. The Loony Bin, 7:30 p.m. Wed.-Sat., 10 p.m. Fri.-Sat., $8-$12.

OCT. 10-13: Quinn Patterson. The Loony Bin, 7:30 p.m. Wed.-Sat., 10 p.m. Fri.-Sat., $8-$12.

OCT. 16: Brain Trust with Michael Brown. Hibernia Irish Tavern. 8 p.m.

OCT. 17-20: Alex Elkin. The Loony Bin, 7:30 p.m. Wed.-Sat., 10 p.m. Fri.-Sat., $8-$12.

OCT. 20: The Veterans of Comedy. Arkansas Repertory Theatre, 8 p.m.

OCT. 24-27: J.R. Brow. The Loony Bin, 7:30 p.m. Wed.-Sat., 10 p.m. Fri.-Sat., $8-$12.

NOV. 7-10: Dave Landau. The Loony Bin, 7:30 p.m. Wed.-Sat., 10 p.m. Fri.-Sat., $8-$12.

NOV. 14-17: Mr. Showtime. The Loony Bin, 7:30 p.m. Wed.-Sat., 10 p.m. Fri.-Sat., $8-$12.

NOV. 23-JAN. 12: "A Fertle Holiday." A holiday comedy from The Main Thing. The Joint, 8 p.m. Fri.-Sat., $24.

NOV. 28-DEC. 1: Reno Collier. The Loony Bin, 7:30 p.m. Wed.-Sat., 10 p.m. Fri.-Sat., $8-$12.

NOV. 30: Steve Martin & Martin Short, I'm With Her. Verizon Arena, 8 p.m., $60-$250.

NOV. 30: Kountry Wayne. Robinson Center Performance Hall, 8 p.m., $28-$48.

DEC. 7: Martin Lawrence. Verizon Arena, 7:30 p.m., $40-$120.

DEC. 18: Brain Trust with Michael Brown. Hibernia Irish Tavern. 8 p.m.

DANCE

OCT. 19-21: "Dracula." A Ballet Arkansas production. UA Pulaski Technical College, Center for Humanities and Arts, 7 p.m. Fri.-Sat., 2 p.m. Sat.-Sun., $15-$35.

DEC. 7-9: "Nutcracker Spectacular." A Ballet Arkansas production. Robinson Center Performance Hall, 7 p.m. Fri.-Sat., 2 p.m. Sat.-Sun., $23-$102.

DEC. 9: "Land of the Sweets Nutcracker Tea." A Ballet Arkansas performance and meet-and-greet. Robinson Center Performance Hall, 11:30 a.m., $30.

DEC. 27: Moscow Ballet's "Great Russian Nutcracker." Robinson Center Performance Hall, 3 p.m. and 7 p.m., $31-$178.

FILM

OCT. 7: "The Opera House." A documentary screening from Arkansas Cinema Society and Arkansas District Metropolitan Opera Auditions. CALS Ron Robinson Theater, 2:30 p.m., $25.

OCT. 9: "The Exorcist." (1979). With stuntwoman Ann Miles. CALS Ron Robinson Theater, 6:30 p.m., $5.

OCT. 11, 16: "MFKZ." English dubs. Cinemark Colonel Glenn 18, 7 p.m.

OCT. 12: "George Takei's 'Allegiance': The Broadway Musical on the Big Screen." CALS Ron Robinson Theater, 7 p.m., free.

NOV. 16: "The Last Waltz." CALS Ron Robinson Theater, 7 p.m., $5.

THEATER

THROUGH SEPT. 22: "Social Security." Murry's Dinner Playhouse Theater.

THROUGH SEPT. 30: "The Producers." Community Theatre of Little Rock. Elks Lodge, North Little Rock.

SEPT. 25-OCT. 20: "The Foreigner." Murry's Dinner Playhouse Theater.

OCT. 6: "Unemployment." A reading of Werner Trieschmann's play from the Rolling River Playwrights Collective. Arkansas Repertory Theatre, 7 p.m., $10.

OCT. 11-28: "Evil Dead: The Musical." The Studio Theatre.

OCT. 12-13: "Jersey Boys." The touring Broadway production. Robinson Center Performance Hall, $28-$78.

OCT. 12-28: "If/Then." The Weekend Theater.

OCT. 23-NOV. 17: "The Hallelujah Girls." Murry's Dinner Playhouse Theater.

OCT. 28: "Murder in the Cathedral." St. Luke's Episcopal Church, 7 p.m.

NOV. 1-4: "Blackbird." The Studio Theatre.

NOV. 3: "Life Science." A reading of Judy B. Goss' play from the Rolling River Playwrights Collective. Arkansas Repertory Theatre, 7 p.m., $10.


NOV. 20-25: "Love Never Dies." The touring Broadway production. Robinson Center Performance Hall.

NOV. 23-DEC. 31: "Elf." Murry's Dinner Playhouse Theater.

NOV. 29-DEC. 14: "A Christmas Story." The Studio Theatre.

NOV. 30-DEC. 15: "Steel Magnolias." The Weekend Theater.

NOV. 30-DEC. 16: "Jack Frost in Santa Land." Arkansas Arts Center Children's Theatre.

DEC. 1: "Blood Moon." A reading of John Haman's play from the Rolling River Playwrights Collective. Arkansas Repertory Theatre, 7 p.m., $10.

DEC. 7-15: "A Christmas Carol." Argenta Community Theater.

DEC. 22-23: "Finding Neverland." The touring Broadway production. Robinson Center Performance Hall.

SPECIAL EVENTS

SEPT. 23: Argenta Reading Series: Jonathan Brown. Argenta United Methodist Church, 5:30 p.m.

OCT. 4: "The Moth." An evening of storytelling. Robinson Center Performance Hall, 7:30 p.m., $38.

OCT. 7: "Henry Rollins: Travel Slideshow Tour." A punk rocker's travelogue. Rev Room, 8 p.m., $31-$155.

OCT. 23-27: "Made By Few 6." Downtown Little Rock, $200-$475.

OCT. 26: "Argenta Reading Series: Edward McPherson." Argenta United Methodist Church, 5:30 p.m.

OCT. 27: "Arkansas Cornbread Festival." Main Street, 11 a.m., free-$10.

OCT. 27: "Arkansas Black Hall of Fame 26th Anniversary Celebration." Robinson Center Performance Hall, 7:30 p.m., $50-$100.

BENTONVILLE

MUSIC

SEPT. 20: Opal Agafia & The Sweet Nothings. Bike Rack Brewing Co.

SEPT. 21: The Baskin Blues Duo. Ramo d'Olivo, 7:30 p.m.

SEPT. 21: Jukebox Confession. The Meteor Guitar Gallery, 8 p.m., $10-$15.

SEPT. 22: Tony Alvarez. Ramo d'Olivo, 7:30 p.m.

SEPT. 22: Forest Concert Series: Kiran Ahluwalia. Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, 7 p.m., $10.

SEPT. 23: Paco Renteria. Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, 4 p.m., free.

SEPT. 27: Rozenbridge, Raj Suresh. Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, 8 p.m., $15.

SEPT. 29: Forest Concert Series: Ahi. Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, 7 p.m., $10.

OCT. 4: KOBV Brewery Beats. A recurring series from the DJs at 103.3 KOBV-FM. Bike Rack Brewery, 6 p.m.

OCT. 5: Eric Gales. Meteor Guitar Gallery, 8 p.m., $30-$50.

OCT. 6: Forest Concert Series: Orchestral Pow Wow Project. Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, 7 p.m., $10.

OCT. 19: The Cate Brothers, The Downtown Live Wires. Meteor Guitar Gallery, 7 p.m., $25-$45.

NOV. 2: "Brahms Deconstructed." Symphony of Northwest Arkansas. Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, 8 p.m., $55.

NOV. 9: Bike Rack Records Release Party. Bike Rack Brewing Co., 7 p.m., $25-$8

VISUAL ART

THROUGH OCT. 8: "The Garden." Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. 479-418-5700.

THROUGH DEC. 31: "Amy Sherald." Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. 479-418-5700.

THROUGH FEBRUARY 2019: "In Conversation: Will Wilson and Edward Curtis." Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. 479-418-5700.

SEPT. 20: Conversation with artist Amy Sherald. 1-2 p.m. Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. 479-418-5700.

OCT. 6-JAN. 7, 2019: "Art for a New Understanding: Native Voices, 1950s to Now." Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. 479-418-5700.

OCT. 27-MARCH 2019: "Personal Space." Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. 479-418-5700.

FILM

OCT. 3: Native Voices Film Series: Kyle Bell, Steven Paul Judd. Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, 7 p.m., free.

OCT. 12: "Reclaiming Native Identity with Anna Tsouhlarakis." Video. Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, 7 p.m., free.

OCT. 24: Native Voices Film Series: Missy Whiteman. Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, 7 p.m., free.

CONWAY

MUSIC

SEPT. 20: Buddy Guy. Reynolds Performance Hall, University of Central Arkansas, 7:30 p.m.

SEPT. 21: Kris Lager Band. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

SEPT. 28: El Dub. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

SEPT. 29: Charlotte Taylor & Gypsy Rain. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

OCT. 5: Opal Agafia & The Sweet Nothings. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

OCT. 6: Dawson Hollow. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

OCT. 12: Freeverse. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

OCT. 13: The Rios. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

OCT. 19: Clusterpluck. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

OCT. 20: Waterseed. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

OCT. 23: Rita Moreno. Reynolds Performance Hall, UCA, 7:30 p.m., $15.

OCT. 26: Arkansauce. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

OCT. 27: Cosmocean. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

NOV. 2: Cadillac Jackson. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

NOV. 3: Akeem Kemp Band. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

NOV. 9: Big Red Flag. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

NOV. 10: Dazz & Brie. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

NOV. 13: Ten Tenors. Reynolds Performance Hall, UCA, 7:30 p.m.

NOV. 16: Trey Johnson. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

NOV. 17: Mountain Sprout. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

NOV. 23: The Going Jessies. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

NOV. 24: Lucky Rooster. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

NOV. 30: Cody Martin Band. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

DEC. 1: "Rat Pack Christmas." Reynolds Performance Hall, UCA, 7:30 p.m.

DEC. 1: Groovement. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

DEC. 7: Josh Hoyer & Soul Colossal. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

DEC. 8: "A Classic Christmas." A pops concert with Arkansas Festival Ballet. Reynolds Performance Hall, UCA, 7:30 p.m.

DEC. 12: "Celtic Angels Christmas." Reynolds Performance Hall, UCA, 7:30 p.m.

DEC. 14: Craig Gerdes Band. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

DEC. 28: Sad Daddy. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

DEC. 31: Jamie Lou & The Hullabaloo, The Squarshers. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

DANCE

OCT. 14: "Dracula." A Ballet Arkansas production. Reynolds Performance Hall, UCA, 7:30 p.m., $32-$40.

OCT. 21: The New Chinese Acrobats. Reynolds Performance Hall, UCA, $27-$40.

THEATER

SEPT. 21-22: "Driving." A play by Werner Trieschmann. Cabe Theatre, Hendrix College.

OCT. 27-28: "Chicago." A touring Broadway production. Reynolds Performance Hall, UCA, 7:30 p.m. Sat., 2 p.m. Sun., $27-$40.

EL DORADO

MUSIC

SEPT. 20: Charley Crockett. Griffin Restaurant, 8 p.m.

SEPT. 27: Barrett Baber. Griffin Restaurant, 8 p.m.

SEPT. 29: Million Dollar Quartet. Griffin Music Hall, 8 p.m., $35-$55.

OCT. 4: Bri Bagwell. Griffin Restaurant, 8 p.m.

OCT. 5: Identity Crisis. Griffin Restaurant, 9 p.m.

OCT. 6: The Big Dam Horns. Griffin Restaurant, 9 p.m.

OCT. 11: Front Cover Band. Griffin Restaurant, 8 p.m.

OCT. 18-20: MusicFest. George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic, Toby Keith, Sammy Hagar & The Circle and more. Murphy Arts District.

OCT. 20: Mary Heather & The Sinners. Griffin Restaurant, 10:30 p.m.

OCT. 20: Gucci Mane. Griffin Music Hall, 8 p.m.

OCT. 25: Eclectic Avenue. Griffin Restaurant, 8 p.m.

NOV. 1: Big Piph & Tomorrow Maybe. Griffin Restaurant, 8 p.m.

NOV. 8: The Drunken Hearts. Griffin Restaurant, 8 p.m.

THEATER

NOV. 16: Reza: Edge of Illusion. Griffin Music Hall, 8 p.m.

EUREKA SPRINGS

MUSIC

SEPT. 28: Bluegrass & BBQ. Opal Agafia & The Sweet Nothings, Aaron Kamm & The One Drops and more. The Farm, 8 p.m., $30-$55.

OCT. 11-14: Hillberry: The Harvest Moon Festival. Railroad Earth, The Wood Brothers, Trampled By Turtles, Lettuce and more. The Farm, $60-$500.

NOV. 2: Jimmy James. The Aud, 8 p.m.

DEC. 1: John Two Hawks. The Aud, 7 p.m.

DEC. 8: Ozarks Chorale Christmas Concert. The Aud, 6 p.m., $10.

FAYETTEVILLE

MUSIC

SEPT. 20: JJ Grey & Mofro. George's Majestic Lounge, 8 p.m., $30-$35.

SEPT. 21: Mountain Sprout. George's Majestic Lounge, 9:30 p.m., $8-$10.

SEPT. 21: Mirror Fields, Space4Lease. Smoke & Barrel Tavern, 10 p.m., free.

SEPT. 22: Dylan Earl, Dazz & Brie. Smoke & Barrel Tavern, 10 p.m., $5.

SEPT. 26: Pigeons Playing Ping Pong. George's Majestic Lounge, 8 p.m., $15-$20.

SEPT. 28: M. Bolez. Smoke & Barrel Tavern, 10 p.m., free.

SEPT. 29: Mixx Tenn. Smoke & Barrel Tavern, 10 p.m., free.

SEPT. 30: Philip H. Anselmo & The Illegals. George's Majestic Lounge, 8 p.m., $17-$20.

OCT. 2: The Sword. George's Majestic Lounge, 8:30 p.m., $18-$20.

OCT. 4: Read Southall. George's Majestic Lounge, 8 p.m., $10-$12.

OCT. 5: Combsy. Smoke & Barrel Tavern, 10 p.m., $5.

OCT. 6: Ought, Ankle Pop. Smoke & Barrel Tavern, 9 p.m., $12-$15.

OCT. 7: Colony House, Brother Moses. George's Majestic Lounge, 8 p.m., $16-$18.

OCT. 11: Herobust. George's Majestic Lounge, 9 p.m., 20-$23.

OCT. 12: Amy Helm. George's Majestic Lounge, 8 p.m., $20-$25.

OCT. 13: Syca. Smoke & Barrel Tavern, 10 p.m., free.

OCT. 16: Russian Circles, Terminus. George's Majestic Lounge, 8:30 p.m., $15-$17.

OCT. 17: Blue October. George's Majestic Lounge, 8 p.m., $28-$30.

OCT. 18: Ray Wylie Hubbard. George's Majestic Lounge, 8:30 p.m., $20-$25.

OCT. 19: Birdtalker. Smoke & Barrel Tavern, 10 p.m., $5.

OCT. 20: Rainbow Kitten Surprise. George's Majestic Lounge, 7 p.m., $23-$89.

OCT. 20: Worst Party Ever. Smoke & Barrel Tavern, 10 p.m., free.

OCT. 21: Guerilla Toss, The Phlegms, Whoopsi. Smoke & Barrel Tavern, 9 p.m., $10-$12.

OCT. 25: Black Lillies. George's Majestic Lounge, 8:30 p.m., $12-$15.

OCT. 31: Snails, Cookie Monsta, Svdden Death and more. Fayetteville Town Center, 7 p.m., $28-$30.

OCT. 31: Papadosio. George's Majestic Lounge, 8:30 p.m., $20-$25.

NOV. 2: Jason Boland & The Stragglers. George's Majestic Lounge, 9 p.m., $20-$25.

NOV. 2: Branjae. Smoke & Barrel Tavern, 10 p.m., $5.

NOV. 7: Penny & Sparrow. George's Majestic Lounge, 8 p.m., $17-$60.

NOV. 8: Molly Burch, Justin Peter Kinkel-Schuster. Smoke & Barrel Tavern. 9 p.m., $10-$12.

NOV. 9: James McMurtry. George's Majestic Lounge, 9 p.m., $20-$22.

NOV. 10: Rfrsh. Smoke & Barrel Tavern, 10 p.m., free.

NOV. 11: Hayes Carll and Jack Ingram. George's Majestic Lounge, 8:30 p.m., $25-$30.

NOV. 13: Sun June. George's Majestic Lounge, 9 p.m., $10-$12.

NOV. 18: The Oh Hellos, Samantha Crain. George's Majestic Lounge, 8 p.m., $18-$20.

NOV. 23: The Body, Author & Punisher, Bones of the Earth. George's Majestic Lounge, 9:30 p.m., $8-$10.

NOV. 30: The Randy Rogers Band. George's Majestic Lounge, 9 p.m., $20-$25.

DEC. 9: z Snider. George's Majestic Lounge, 8:30 p.m., $25-$30.

DEC. 14: Broncho, White Mansion. George's Majestic Lounge, 9:30 p.m.

DEC. 18: Swearin.' George's Majestic Lounge, 8:30 p.m.

DEC. 28: Big Smith. George's Majestic Lounge, 8 p.m., 9:30 p.m., $20-$25.

THEATER

THROUGH SEPT. 23: "Once." A TheaterSquared production. Walton Arts Center, Studio Theater.

OCT. 5-7: "Jersey Boys." Walton Arts Center, Baum Walker Hall.

OCT. 23-28: "School of Rock." Walton Arts Center, Baum Walker Hall.

DEC. 4-9: "Get On Your Feet!" Walton Arts Center, Baum Walker Hall.

FORT SMITH

MUSIC

OCT. 20: "Pops: It's Time For Three!" Fort Smith Symphony. Arcbest Performing Arts Center, 7:30 p.m.

NOV. 12: Ten Tenors. Arcbest Performing Arts Center, 7:30 p.m.

NOV. 29: "Season's Greetings 2018." Arcbest Performing Arts Center, 7 p.m.

DEC. 1: "Pops: It's Time For Christmas!" Fort Smith Symphony. Arcbest Performing Arts Center, 7:30 p.m.

DEC. 9: Manheim Steamroller. Arcbest Performing Arts Center, 7:30 p.m.

VISUAL ART

THROUGH NOV. 18: "Todd Gray: Pop Geometry." Fort Smith Regional Art Museum.

THROUGH JAN. 27: "Modern Master David Hayes: The Ventana Series." Fort Smith Regional Art Museum.

DEC. 7-MARCH 31, 2019: "Timothy J. Clark: Masterworks on Paper." Fort Smith Regional Art Museum.

DANCE

DEC. 15-16: "The Nutcracker Ballet." A Western Arkansas Ballet production. Arcbest Performing Arts Center, 7:30 p.m. Sat., 2:30 p.m. Sun.

HELENA-

WEST HELENA

MUSIC

OCT. 3-6: King Biscuit Blues Festival. Bobby Rush, Blackberry Smoke, Dave Mason and Steve Cropper and more. Cherry Street.

OCT. 6: Arkansas Times Blues Bus to the King Biscuit Blues Festival. With music from Stephen Koch of Arkansongs. $99.

HOT SPRINGS

MUSIC

SEPT. 21: John Oates & The Good Road Band. Finish Line Theatre, Oaklawn Racing & Gaming, 7 p.m., $40-$55.

SEPT. 21: Crash Blossom, The Luxembourg Trio, Princeaus. Maxine's, 9 p.m., $5.

SEPT. 22: Junction 5. An outdoor gospel music concert, 7 p.m., donations.

SEPT. 22: Sam Pace & The Gilded Grit, Kill Vargas, Adam Faucett. Maxine's, 9 p.m., $7.

SEPT. 23: Stardust Big Band. Arlington Hotel Resort & Spa, Crystal Ballroom, 3 p.m.

SEPT. 27: Ppoacher Ppoacher, Warm Trickle, Whoopsi. Maxine's, 9 p.m., $5.

SEPT. 28: Hooten Hallers, Recognizer. Maxine's, 9 p.m., $7.

SEPT. 28-29: John Calvin Brewer Band. Silks Bar & Grill, Oaklawn Racing & Gaming, 10 p.m.

SEPT. 29: May the Peace of the Sea Be With You, Mouton, Fiscal Spliff. Maxine's, 9 p.m., $7.

OCT. 5-6: Hot Water Hills Music & Arts Festival. Larkin Poe, Broncho, JD Wilkes and more. Hill Wheatley Plaza, 4 p.m. Fri., noon Sat., 15-$25.

OCT. 21: Screaming Females. Low Key Arts, 9 p.m., $10-$15.

NOV. 19: Tom Christopher. An Elvis tribute. Anthony Chapel, Garvan Woodland Gardens, 5 p.m.

NOV. 25: Sharon Turrentine. A holiday concert. Anthony Chapel, Garvan Woodland Gardens., 4 p.m.

NOV. 28: "Voices Rising." A holiday choral concert. Anthony Chapel, Garvan Woodland Gardens, 5:30 p.m.

VISUAL ART

OCT. 4-5: "The Soul of Arkansas." Works by Longhua Xu. Hot Springs Convention Center. 321-2027.

COMEDY

THROUGH DEC. 26: "Ken Goodman: Comedy & The Classics." Hot Springs Bathhouse Dinner Theatre.

DANCE

SEPT. 20: Gold Show Drag Show. Maxine's, 9 p.m., $5.

SEPT. 30: Stardust Big Band. Arlington Resort Hotel & Spa, 3 p.m., $10.

FILM

SEPT. 20-23: Hot Springs International Horror Film Festival. Central Theatre.

OCT. 19-27: Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival. Arlington Resort Hotel & Spa.

THEATER

OCT. 5-14: "The Secret Garden." Pocket Community Theatre.

OCT. 26-27: "Love At First Bite." Murder & Macabre Mystery Theatre. Porterhouse Restaurant, 7 p.m., $40.

NOV. 30-DEC. 9: "Yes, Virginia, There Is a Santa Claus." Pocket Community Theatre.

SPECIAL EVENTS

THROUGH OCT. 25: "Driving Miss Daisy." (Thursdays only). Hot Springs Bathhouse Dinner Theatre.

SEPT. 21-23: Spa-Con. With Pam Grier, Sean Maher, Butch Patrick and more. Hot Springs Convention Center.

SEPT. 23: Olivia Gatwood. A spoken word performance from Low Key Arts. Kollective Coffee, 6 p.m., $5.

OCT. 5-7: Hot Springs Arts & Crafts Fair. Garland County Fairgrounds.

NOV. 17: Northwoods Mountain Bike Trail Grand Opening. Cedar Glades Trail Head, 461 Wildcat Road, noon, free.

JONESBORO, NEWPORT

MUSIC

SEPT. 28-29: Depot Days Festival. Rodney Crowell, Earl & Them and more. Rock 'n' Roll Highway 67 Museum, Newport.

OCT. 18-20: Johnny Cash Heritage Festival. Dyess, free-$100.

DEC. 6: M-PACT. Fowler Center, Arkansas State University, Jonesboro. 7:30 p.m.

VISUAL ART

THROUGH OCT. 10: "Pink." Multimedia group show. Arkansas State University, Jonesboro.

SPECIAL EVENTS

NOV. 5: "The Magic of David Gerrard." Fowler Center, Arkansas State University, Jonesboro, 7:30 p.m.

PINE BLUFF

VISUAL ART

THROUGH OCT. 27: "Small but Mighty." Works from the permanent collection. Arts and Science Center for Southeast Arkansas. 870-536-3375.

THROUGH NOV. 3: "UAPB & ASC: Five Decades of Collaboration." Arts and Science Center for Southeast Arkansas. 870-536-3375.

THROUGH NOV. 10: Pine Bluff Art League Juried Exhibition. Arts and Science Center for Southeast Arkansas. 870-536-3375.

ROGERS/SPRINGDALE

MUSIC

SEPT. 26: 5 Seconds of Summer. Walmart AMP, Rogers, 8 p.m., $30-$145.

SEPT. 27: Needtobreathe. Walmart AMP, Rogers, 7 p.m., $30-$65.

SEPT. 28: Roby Pantall Jazz Duo. Sassafras Springs Vineyard, Springdale, 6 p.m., free.

SEPT. 28: Lynyrd Skynyrd. Walmart AMP, Rogers, 7 p.m., $40-$220.

OCT. 3: Odesza. Walmart AMP, Rogers, 7 p.m., $26-$125.

OCT. 4: CongaKeyz Jazz Duo. Sassafras Springs Vineyard, Springdale, 6 p.m., free.

OCT. 13: Second Line Strings. Sassafras Springs Vineyard, Springdale, 6 p.m., free.

OCT. 13: "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets." With accompaniment from Symphony of Northwest Arkansas. Walmart AMP, Rogers, 7 p.m., $22-$75.

VISUAL ART

THROUGH SEPT. 22: "Sarah Hearn: An Unnatural History." Arts Center of the Ozarks, Springdale.

THROUGH SEPT. 28: "Sensory Iconoclast." Arts Center of the Ozarks, Springdale, Springdale.

OCT. 2-NOV. 3: "5X5 Annual Exhibition." Arts Center of the Ozarks, Springdale.

NOV. 10-JAN. 7: "Frida in the Garden." Arts Center of the Ozarks, Springdale.


          Life Extension Beyond Borders… — Life Extension Beyond Borders Association      Cache   Translate Page      
Here in beautiful Basel, Switzerland we open the section Aging and Drug Discovery, actually an intersection of AI, longevity and drug discovery in the Innovation Forums of Basel Life Conference 2018. Dr Alex Zhavoronkov (InSilico Medicine) and Dr Morten Scheibye-Knudsen (University Copenhagen) welcomed us. Dr Jay Olshansky (University of Illinois at Chicago) gave the first […]
          Connect with AARP Ohio at several Walk to End Alzheimer’s Locations this Fall      Cache   Translate Page      

Did you know that on the eve of its 60th Anniversary, AARP announced a $60 million investment in the Dementia Discovery Fund to deepen our commitment to helping people living with dementia and family caregivers? You are invited to stop by the AARP Ohio booth at one of the below Alzheimer’s Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s to learn more about AARP in your community and AARP’s tools, information and support available for family caregivers. Alzheimer’s is the sixth leading cause …

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          ON SALE: Forzieri - Discovery Lady Silver Tone Stainless Steel Case and Genuine Leather Strap Women»s Watch      Cache   Translate Page      

Discovery Lady Silver Tone Stainless Steel Case and Genuine Leather Strap Women»s Watch is the perfect accessory for the busy modern woman’s schedule. Featuring 35mm stainless steel round case, black or white dial, number indices, outer numbered second hand indices, date window at the 3 and black or white embossed leather band with buckle clasp. Water resistant to 5 ATM.
          Management Assistant, Communications (12 Month Term) - Greater Toronto Airports Authority - Ontario      Cache   Translate Page      
Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook), Oracle Financials, Oracle Discovery, Hyperion, Kronos and i-Share....
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          Imaging Specialist - eDiscovery - KrolLDiscovery - McLean, VA      Cache   Translate Page      
Business casual dress. Business Unit / Legal Entity LDiscovery, LLC. In addition, through its global Ontrack Data Recovery business, KLDiscovery delivers world...
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          Comment on Xero Hour: Why there’s nothing to fear about sales by Joel Lacayo      Cache   Translate Page      
It’s so important to consider that within our industry we are engaging in long term relationship building not transactional selling. Therefore, the oonnta you made about consultative and collaborative approaches are key as we listen and learn about our prospects rather than jumping into proposing solutions. Implementing any kind of true Discovery Session will allow you to apply techniques like using open-ending questions to dig deeper on a process/workflow and ideology of a business. Great topic to build on as tax season, peak selling season as we refer to it, is right around the corner!
          Trend Micro Research ajuda fabricantes de dispositivos IoT a enfrentar desafios dia zero      Cache   Translate Page      
Trend Micro Research ajuda fabricantes de dispositivos IoT a enfrentar desafios dia zero

A Trend Micro Incorporated, líder global em soluções de cibersegurança, reafirma o seu compromisso com a segurança da Internet das Coisas (IoT) através de um novo programa desenhado para aproveitar a liderança mundial da sua divisão Zero Day Initiative (ZDI) com o objetivo de minimizar o impacto das vulnerabilidades associadas ao desenvolvimento de produtos inteligentes.

A Trend Micro convida os fabricantes a que enviem os seus dispositivos para receber ajuda no processo de avaliação de possíveis vulnerabilidades antes de lançá-los ao mercado, tarefa que será executada pelas principais equipas de investigação da empresa.

Segundo a Gartner, "O uso do IoT Industrial (IIoT) em instalações e o rápido crescimento do número de dispositivos conectados significa que com maior frequência os eventos no mundo digital podem ter um efeito no mundo físico. A Gartner prevê que em 2021 haverá aproximadamente 25.000 milhões de dispositivos IoT conectados, valores que continuarão a aumentar num futuro próximo. Mesmo que apenas uma percentagem muito limitada desses dispositivos sejam IIoT que controlem ou supervisionem processos industriais, como o fabrico, a mera quantidade e omnipresença de IIoT provavelmente levará a um aumento dos incidentes de segurança."

Os dispositivos inseguros estão a alimentar inadvertidamente uma série de ameaças emergentes, incluindo roubo de dados corporativos e intrusões de rede, interrupções relacionadas com ransomware, sabotagem de equipamentos industriais e ataques DDoS causados por botnets e mineração de cripto moedas.

"Como demonstrado pelo sucesso do Mirai, Brickerbot e outros ataques, os cibercriminosos e os agentes dos estados nação prestam cada vez mais atenção à exploração das vulnerabilidades dos dispositivos IoT", explica Eva Chen, CEO da Trend Micro. "O problema aqui é que corrigir e reparar falhas após a descoberta é altamente problemático. É possível que muitos fabricantes não disponham de um mecanismo de atualização de software e, mesmo que os patches possam ser disponibilizados, os clientes podem ter dificuldade em aplicá-los, especialmente em grandes empresas com milhares de endpoints IoT executados em ambientes de missão crítica."

A ZDI da Trend Micro é um programa de investigação de vulnerabilidades que tem uma grande reputação no setor e ajudou as organizações a tornarem-se mais seguras nos últimos 13 anos. Até ao momento, gere o maior programa de recompensas para a identificação de vulnerabilidades para fornecedores independentes no mundo, com mais de 3.500 investigadores externos que complementam os esforços e o trabalho da equipa interna.

Só no primeiro semestre de 2018, a ZDI publicou 600 avisos, 33% mais em comparação com o mesmo período de 2017. As vulnerabilidades do SCADA e do IoT Industrial (IIoT) foram responsáveis por cerca de 30% dos comunicados até ao momento este ano, sendo o ICS-CERT o fornecedor número um de falhas nos sistemas SCADA / ICS para ZDI.

Graças ao nosso novo programa, os fabricantes de dispositivos têm acesso imediato a amplas e relevantes pesquisas sobre IoT, contam com ajuda para avaliar possíveis vulnerabilidades antes de lançar os seus dispositivos no mercado e implementam um processo de tratamento e gestão de vulnerabilidades que lhes permite seguir em frente", continua Eva Chen. "É possível que muitos fabricantes de IoT possam estar a lutar para ocupar posições-chave com profissionais de segurança qualificados na empresa, por isso faz sentido trabalhar com especialistas para que os seus produtos saiam da linha de fábrica o mais robustos e resilientes possível."

A Trend Micro Research e a ZDI são apenas um elemento de foco do ecossistema da Trend Micro para proteger a Internet das Coisas (IoT). Além da pesquisa contínua sobre ameaças emergentes em âmbitos como das alto-falantes conectados, sistemas robóticos, gestão do tráfego e carros conectados, a Trend Micro trabalha com empresas de telecomunicações, clientes corporativos, developers de sistemas informáticos integrados e outros parceiros chave.

A Trend Micro Deep Security oferece proteção completa no centro de dados de back-end, enquanto que as appliances de prevenção de intrusões Trend Micro Tipping Point e de deteção de lacunas Deep Discovery, melhoram a segurança na capa de rede. A Trend Micro Safe Lock aproveita o software de segurança de bloqueio para proteger aplicações específicas ou terminais com sistemas operativos (OS) herdados em ambientes de IIoT.

A Trend Micro está plenamente comprometida em estender o seu conhecimento e liderança para compreender e assegurar os riscos associados ao crescente mercado da segurança de IoT através do investimento em investigação e desenvolvimento.

 


          Xcaliber International LTD., LLC v. Tennessee Department Of Revenue       Cache   Translate Page      
Case Number: M2017-01918-COA-R3-CV
Authoring Judge: Judge Thomas R. Frierson, II
Originating Judge: Chancellor Claudia C. Bonnyman
Date Filed: Monday, September 10, 2018

This case involves an interlocutory appeal to the Davidson County Chancery Court (“trial court”) of an administrative decision denying a motion to compel discovery. The petitioner, Xcaliber International Ltd., LLC (“Xcaliber”), is a tobacco manufacturer. In December 2016, Xcaliber filed a petition for an administrative contested case hearing concerning a decision pending by the Tennessee Department of Revenue (“the Department”) to remove Xcaliber’s two cigarette brand families distributed in Tennessee from the Tennessee Directory of Approved Tobacco Product Manufacturers (“the Directory”). Within this administrative proceeding, Xcaliber filed a motion to compel discovery in May 2017, expressing its dissatisfaction with the Department’s responses to two sets of interrogatories, requests for admissions, and requests for production of documents. Based on the pleadings, the administrative law judge denied Xcaliber’s motion to compel. On June 20, 2017, Xcaliber filed a petition in the trial court, seeking interlocutory review of the administrative order pursuant to Tennessee Code Annotated § 4-5-322(a)(1) (Supp. 2017). The Department subsequently filed a motion to dismiss the petition for judicial review, purportedly asserting both a facial challenge and a factual challenge to the trial court’s subject matter jurisdiction over the interlocutory administrative order. Following a hearing, the trial court entered an order on August 24, 2017, granting the Department’s motion based on what the court treated as a factual challenge to subject matter jurisdiction and dismissing Xcaliber’s petition for judicial review with prejudice. Xcaliber has appealed. Having determined that the trial court has subject matter jurisdiction, we reverse and remand for review on the merits of the administrative order denying Xcaliber’s motion to compel discovery.



          Discovery of a cancer promoter offers pathway to overcome drug resistance      Cache   Translate Page      
(St. Jude Children's Research Hospital) Geneticists at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital have discovered a previously unknown cell growth mechanism that makes a wide range of cancers resistant to rapamycin and related drugs. The finding offers the promise of new drug therapies that can overcome that resistance to treat cancers including leukemia and tumors in the brain and other organs.
          Final Trades: AAPL, GLD & more      Cache   Translate Page      
The "Fast Money" traders share their final trades of the day, including Apple, Gold, the oil ETF and Discovery.
          Star Trek: Discovery - Staffel 1: Szenenbilder und Postermotiv      Cache   Translate Page      
Die Raumschiff Enterprise" angesiedelt.
          SHAOLIN MONKS PERFORMING AT STANFORD!      Cache   Translate Page      
Date: Friday, September 21, 2018. 12:00 PM.
Location: Discovery Walk (between Clark Center and LKSC)

See the world-famous Shaolin Monks from China’s Shaolin Temple demonstrate their jaw-dropping Kung Fu and Qigong skills.

Learn about the HIP class they are teaching at Stanford: Shaolin Kung Fu (skf-01) and watch their students perform. To register, go to http://med.stanford.edu/hip.html. Fall Quarter class begins 9/28/18, 11:30 am – 12:30 pm in the MSOB Courtyard.

See a health qigong demonstration by visiting qigong masters from China.

Participate in a free class taught by these masters, open to everyone.

The video below features a performance captured by the Stanford News Service in 2012.Seeking harmony of body and mind at Stanford through Shaolin Kung Fu


          Laboratory Assistant - Temp Part Time Regular Float- Vancouver & Discovery PSC, BC - LifeLabs - Vancouver, BC      Cache   Translate Page      
Improve lives. Love your job. Grow your career. At LifeLabs, we are focused on our vision of building a healthier Canada! We are the largest community...
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          20th Annual Fogarty, MD Lecture: Focus on Innovation featuring John R. Adler, Jr., MD - "Sometimes an Entrepreneur, ALWAYS a Doctor"      Cache   Translate Page      
Date: Friday, October 26, 2018. 4:00 PM.
Location: James H. Clark Center Building Auditorium

John R. Adler, Jr., MD, Dorothy & TK Chan Professor in Neurosurgery, Emeritus, Stanford University

John R. Adler Jr., MD is CEO of both Zap Surgical Systems and Cureus Inc.  Dr. Adler is world-renowned for inventing the CyberKnife and the related field of image-guided therapeutic radiation.  Dr. Adler has been on the faculty of Stanford University since 1987, being appointed the Dorothy and TK Chan Professor of Neurosurgery and Radiation Oncology in 2007. 

While creating the CyberKnife, Dr. Adler founded Accuray Inc (NASDAQ: ARAY) in 1992 to commercialize his invention. In 2002, Dr. Adler founded the CyberKnife Society, later (2012) renamed the Radiosurgical Society.  In 2014, Dr. Adler founded Zap Surgical Systems in Silicon Valley with a mission to “Advance Cancer Treatment for All Humanity”. His invention, the Zap-X received US FDA clearance in September 2018.  John also founded and serves as the Co-Editor-in-Chief of Cureus.com, the world’s only multi-disciplinary free open access medical journal, which after 4 years of 100% YOY growth now publishes more than 2000 peer-reviewed articles per year.  He also serves or has served on the scientific advisory boards of 7 different medical device or pharmaceutical companies.

The Fogarty lectureship was established to bring together a diverse community in Silicon Valley focusing on leaders in discovery, invention, innovation, and entrepreneurship.


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          For Sale 1996 Fleetwood Discovery 36A.34063      Cache   Translate Page      
The Used 1996 Discovery 36A Class A Motorhome you're looking for is at Motorhomes 2 Go. Ask for VIN# 4UZR6BR12T2308305.34063.
          Discovery Signs Deals With Hulu and Sling      Cache   Translate Page      
Discovery Communications announced deals to have its channels carried on web TV services offered by Hulu and SlingTV, giving the company more reach on the new generation of online “skinny” pay-TV bundles.

          Oklahomans and Arkansans Seeing New IRS-Related Tax Scams      Cache   Translate Page      

As summer turns to fall, Oklahomans and Arkansans are being bombarded, not only by falling leaves, but also by scamsters, under the guise of official contact from the IRS, who are looking for ways to reach into their victims’ pocketbooks or maliciously attack their computers.

 “We’ve received reports of scams attempted by both telephone and e-mail from taxpayers in central and northeastern Oklahoma, as well as in the Ft. Smith, Arkansas, area,” said David Stell, IRS spokesman.  “We’re certainly happy those who have reported these bogus contacts have not fallen victim, but we’re also very concerned about others who may be more susceptible to the scammers’ smooth and potentially-believable pitches.” 

 The IRS has previously been aware of e-mail scam attempts, but those by telephone are a new discovery in the two-state area.

 The IRS earlier this year issued a

          9/13/2018: TIMES CITY: 254 coins out, ASI to dig deep at Khirki Masjid      Cache   Translate Page      

JACKPOT: This is the second time that ASI has found medieval-era coins at Khirki Masjid. In 2003, 63 coins were discovered there, but the exact location is not known New Delhi: The discovery of 254 medieval coins in the Khirki Masjid on Monday has left...
          Thread: Teotihuacan: City of Gods:: Rules:: Various Rules and Special Ability Questions      Cache   Translate Page      

by schnel

1. Regarding the Technology Tile that says, "Each time you perform the Main Action of the Constructions (8) Action Board, resolve it as if you had an additional worker that also granted a discount of 1 Resource."

So let's say I have 2 workers on the action board and I'm able to build 3 pyramid tiles during that main action. If, for example, I built all 3 tiles on the 2nd level, would I get the discount of 1 resource each time I built a tile? For instance, can I build each of those 3 tiles for 1 Stone and 1 Wood instead of 2 Stone and 1 Wood, saving 3 Stone?

2. Regarding the Technology Tile that says, "Each time you perform the Main Action of the Construction (8) Action Board, you score 3 VP (regardless of the number of tiles placed).", clearly, in the example above, I would only score an extra 3 points, right?

3. Regarding the Discovery Tile that says, "Use this to avoid paying Cocoa when paying for a Main Action, paying for a Worship Action (including the cost of unlocking another player's worker), or paying salary during an Eclipse."

My question has to do with the 2nd option, paying for a Worship Action. As stated, one option is to save the 1 Cocoa required to kick out an opponent's worker.

Presumably, another option would be to save the 1 Cocoa required to take both actions (advance on track and take Discovery Tile), true?

If the track advance allows me to buy a Discovery Tile from a major step, can I save 1 Cocoa off the cost of that tile since it all happened as part of the Worship step?

          New Children's Museum Exhibit Reveals The Power Of Wind      Cache   Translate Page      
Kids will learn about the power of wind through a new exhibit at the Children’s Discovery Museum.
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VA-Richmond, Prime Legal is working with a prestigious firm in downtown Richmond to find a Document Review Paralegal to join their firm on a long-term, temporary basis. Qualified candidates will: be tech savvy and able to manage multiple databases have e-discovery experience be flexible, professional and hard-working! JD preferred Please apply ASAP to discuss this great opportunity! Francie Hiles Legal Recruit
          Battlebots, Shark Week to Hulu: streaming service lands five Discovery networks      Cache   Translate Page      

Could we finally stream Shark Week? Could Shark Week now be...every week? Thanks to Hulu, the fantasy of Step Brothers may come true, as the streaming service has locked down the Jaws-esque marathon’s network, the Discovery Channel, as well as four more of its sister networks in a multi-year deal in order to add past episodes as well as live-streamed broadcasts to their plan.


          Tessa Coates Comedy Produced By Greg Daniels Gets ABC Put Pilot Commitment      Cache   Translate Page      
EXCLUSIVE: Tessa Coates may be the discovery of the 2018-19 development season. The young British writer, performer, journalist and comedian is set to create, star in and executive produce a comedy series project, executive produced by The Office’s Greg Daniels. In a competitive situation, the project has been set up at ABC with a put pilot commitment. ABC Studios is producing. Coates will executive produce alongside Daniels and his longtime manager/producing partner, 3…
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          A Platform for Biomedical Discovery and Data-Powered Health      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Emerald Ash Borer Confirmed in Western York County, Maine      Cache   Translate Page      
*Discovery of this highly destructive insect in southern Maine is bad news*

AUGUSTA - State officials at the Maine Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry today announced that entomologists have confirmed the presence of emerald ash borer (EAB) in western York County, Maine. This alarming new development follows a spring discovery in northern Aroostook County.

The emerald ash borer (EAB) is a highly destructive, introduced pest of forest and ornamental ash trees (Fraxinus spp.). Since its initial detection in southeastern Michigan near Detroit in the summer of 2002 it has spread rapidly. As of August 2018, it has been found in 35 states, and four Canadian provinces including Maine.

Earlier this week, EAB adults were recovered on two purple traps in York County, Maine. One adult beetle was found in both Acton and Lebanon by the USDA-APHIS contractor, Delta 21. Field personnel from the Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry, Maine Forest Service are currently conducting ground surveys in the area to follow up on the trap detections.

In late May 2018, an established EAB infestation was detected in Edmundston, New Brunswick, Canada. Subsequent surveys in Maine detected lightly-infested ash trees in Madawaska adjacent to the Frenchville town line. In early August EAB was found on purple traps in the town of Grand Isle, ME. The MFS implemented a stop movement order on ash from the towns of Frenchville, Grand Isle and Madawaska on August 10th, 2018. This order will be amended to include affected towns in York County once the initial follow up survey is conducted.

Ash trees infested with EAB may die within two to three years. Since its arrival in North America, EAB has killed hundreds of millions of ash trees in infested states and provinces, and has cost municipalities, property owners, nursery operators and forest products industries hundreds of millions of dollars.

Ash trees comprise four percent of Maine's hardwood forest, are a valuable timber species, and are also an important street tree. EAB threatens all species of ash trees (but not mountain-ash, Sorbus spp.) and will have significant ecological and economic impacts on the state. There are no practical means to control EAB in forested areas, though pesticide treatments can protect individual trees.

A public meeting will be held in York County in the near future, details to be announced shortly. More information on this pest in Maine can be found at http://www.maine.gov/eab

**STAY INFORMED** Parties interested in receiving updates regarding EAB in Maine can subscribe to the Department's electronic bulletin list "Emerald Ash Borer (EAB)." Subscriptions are available through e-mail or text message (SMS): https://public.govdelivery.com/accounts/MEDACF/subscriber/new

Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry Contacts:

- Allison Kanoti, Acting State Entomologist, Maine Forest Service, allison.m.kanoti@maine.gov, (207) 827-1813 or - Gary Fish, State Horticulturist, State Plant Regulatory Official, Plant Health, gary.fish@maine.gov, (207) 287-7545

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          Remains of the Day (09/12)      Cache   Translate Page      

The Hollywood Reporter: Linda Bloodworth Thomason, one of CBS's biggest hitmakers, reveals the network's disgraced mogul kept her shows off the air for seven years: "People asked me for years, 'What happened to you?' Les Moonves happened to me."

Dlisted: Colton Haynes and his estranged husband (of three days) may be working things out

Baseline: Naomi Osaka reveals celebrity crush on the "Ellen" show

Associated Press: Labrador dog named Lucy saves Oregon man from sex conviction, for now

The Daily News: She's charged with murdering her husband -- and her essay "How to Murder Your Husband" is as chilling as you could imagine

New York Post: Tennis umpire Carlos Ramos is going back to work


Towleroad: Tadd Fujikawa makes history as first male professional golfer to come out as gay

The Washington Post: Trump administration diverted nearly $10 million from FEMA to ICE detention program, according to DHS document

The Daily News: "60 Minutes" boss Jeff Fager steps down amid new allegation of sexual assault -- but CBS denies any connection

NewNowNext: Henry Cavil out as Superman -- a remembrance in GIFs

Gothamist: Thousands of Manhattan residents have marijuana warrants dropped

The Gay Almanac: Who knew D.H. Lawrence was such a bearded hunk?


Greg in Hollywood: $100,000 Kickstarter launched for Season 4 of Emmy-nominated series "EastSiders" (a show I quite enjoy)

Tennis.life: Naomi Osaka skyrockets into the Top 10

The Film Experience: Viola Davis has regrets about "The Help"

Gay City News: 25-to-life for Rashawn Brazell's alleged killer in separate murder

Deep Dish: That's one way to do housework -- HELLO!

Metrosource: Jane Lynch and Kate Flannery bring big voices and vaudevillian verve to Cafe Carlyle


Hot Cat of the Day: My cats have rarely liked people food -- although watch your back around Harvey if there's pudding in the house!


          New bacterial strain named after Cornish discovery      Cache   Translate Page      
A new bacterial strain will be named after Cornwall following its identification from a skin infection.
          Alphabet Has A Problem      Cache   Translate Page      
Discovery for Praeger University's suit against YouTube and Alphabet is going to be interesting.

          Осушить океан: затонувшие сокровища / Drain the Oceans. Sunken Treasures [2018, документальный, DVB]      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Прекрасная Америка: Дикий Юго-Запад. Хороший, плохой и смертельно опасный / Wild Southwest. The Good, the Bad and the Deadly [2018, документальный, HDTVRip]      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Прекрасная Америка: Дикий Юго-Запад. Хороший, плохой и смертельно опасный / Wild Southwest. The Good, the Bad and the Deadly [2018, документальный, HDTVRip-AVC]      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Прекрасная Америка: Дикий Юго-Запад. Хороший, плохой и смертельно опасный / Wild Southwest. The Good, the Bad and the Deadly [2018, документальный, HDTV 1080i]      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Miner ETFs Climb on Weak USD, Discovery of Gold Mother Lode in Australia      Cache   Translate Page      
Precious metals miners ETFs surged Wednesday as gold strengthening on a weaker U.S. dollar and after Australian miners struck the “mother lode” of gold. Leading the charge on Wednesday, the ETFMG Junior Silver Miners ETF (NYSEArca: SILJ) advanced 5.5% and Sprott Junior Gold Miners ETF (NYSEArca: SGDJ) increased 4.4% while the VanEck Gold Miners ETF [...]
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Free database schema discovery and comprehension tool.

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Synopsis : By weaving practical insights and exercises through a rich tapestry of multicultural myths, ancient legends, and folktales, Johnston explores the themes of empowerment and self-discovery that help women overcome food obsessions. To continue please click on the following link https://mahdiuntulan.blogspot.com/?book=0936077360
          6 ways to outperform the Competition with Connected Products      Cache   Translate Page      

With more and more organizations using the Internet of Things (IoT) to connect devices, systems, physical objects, and data, how do you ensure that your investment in connected products really does give you an edge over the competition?

It appears that, despite their promise, a vast majority of IoT projects are non-starters in that they never go beyond the initial discovery or Proof of Concept (PoC) phase. According to some analysts, the figure stands at 75% of all IoT projects currently undertaken.

So, how do we transform this situation and go from a point where 75% of all IoT projects are failing to a world where there are 50 billion connected devices by 2020? I believe that the key to achieving success is not just accomplishing a successful technical PoC, but also demonstrating business value by creating a successful Proof of Value (PoV).

Companies usually start their IoT journey by first conducting a PoC with the assumption that when this is successful they will move on to fully-fledged production. And yet, more often than not, even though the PoC is a technical success, the full implementation or rollout ends with several aborted attempts at IoT adoption. We believe the roots of this failure can generally be traced back to how a PoC is set-up and executed.

The solution is to get it right from the start and here are my 6 best practices for ensuring your IoT connected products projects move from PoC to post-implementation success.

1)Demonstrate business value

Many organizations struggle to make money from their IoT projects because the PoCs have an excessive focus on proving the technical feasibility of a project, rather than its business feasibility. However, we need to remember that technology is merely an enabler to a bigger goal, which in most cases is profitability.

Currently, PoCs are typically the responsibility of R&D departments. That’s where they begin, and business hardly ever gets involved. This is a big mistake.

As an example, we recently worked with a medical devices company manufacturing X-ray machines. Our brief was to conduct a PoC for enabling the company to consistently predict the failure of X-ray tubes with an accuracy of at least of 96%. We worked with the R&D department and were able to meet the technical requirements fairly easily. However, what was a lot tougher was proving its business value because the interaction with the business team came fairly late in the process. Yet this was the team that would have to take the product to the end-customers. Convincing this team of the benefits turned out to be a much larger task than merely proving the project’s technical feasibility.

Now we recommend involving the business side right at the beginning of every project and setting up a PoV. This will enable use cases to be worked out that are easily demonstrable, add value and can be taken to the customer for a quick win.

2)Insist on high quality, accurate data

Normally, when we start a PoC, we receive input data from our clients. Such data could be based on past data from their customer service centers, or log data, or data generated by their internal systems. To prove the use case, this data needs to be of extremely high quality. However, due to a multiplicity of factors, we often find that’s not the case.

Additionally, when we generate data during the PoC, we can be pressurized to use low-quality sensors. This is mostly due to budgetary constraints. Clients often feel that once the project moves from PoC to actual production, then they will get better sensors. This ignores the fact that using low-quality sensors will give low-quality data and this, in turn, might lead to incorrect inferences and anomalies in the results.

The learning here is that great care should be taken with the data on which the PoC is based.

3)Testing for scalability must go beyond simple extrapolation

When testing for scale during a PoC, it is extremely important to use appropriate simulators to get accurate results. Simple extrapolation will not do. If a team has 50 devices and wants to test for 5,000, there is a temptation to just copy the same data 10 times to arrive at the results. Unfortunately, this is not the way 5,000 real devices might work. Instead, a simulator is needed to correctly replicate that behavior.

The issue is that using a simulator increases project costs. Also, if the team is geographically distributed, simulators often have to be shipped to various location, increasing the time taken for the PoC. To avoid this, teams often take shortcuts by simply extrapolating data for a larger number of devices. However, this tendency must be avoided to ensure any degree of confidence in the PoC results.

4)Invest funds and time in your PoCs and PoVs

PoCs typically work under tight time and cost constraints, leading to rushed technology decisions. However, a quick-shot PoC is usually very short-lived. If you do a PoC in anything like 8-10 weeks and expect the results to dictate your long-term strategy, you might start a project that hurts you in the later stages. Why? Because 8-10 weeks is simply not enough to do the level of due diligence required for a long-term strategy.

I saw an example of this in one of our recent engagements with a smart toilet company in Australia. They had made exactly this kind of a mistake with their previous vendor and were now in a situation where they could not scale their project to more than 5,000 toilets per installation, per server. This had restricted their ability to bid for smart cities projects in Australia. They came to us to remedy this and we did a PoC for close to 16 weeks, coming up with the results necessary to support their business in the long term.

5) PoCs must be a multi-disciplinary effort

Although I have already talked about this, I can’t stress it enough any IoT PoC project must be multi-disciplinary from the outset. Our observation is that most of the time, a project is won by the sales team with the target customer coming from either the business or the R&D division. However, very rarely do we get a project for a PoC which starts with the involvement of both departments. Such projects usually meet the expectation of just one party.

For example, we were working with a company making pneumatic pumps and did a PoC for one of their plants in North America. One part of this involved measuring the vibration analysis for a specific type of plant. Unfortunately, it was only after the completion of the PoC that we were given inputs by the business team and realized that they had a roadmap for the product that was going to add more features apart from vibration. Ideally, we would have tracked multiple parameters during the PoC for it to provide actual lasting value to the client. Thus, we now always insist on the involvement of a multi-disciplinary team before we start any PoC.

6)Do not ignore security during PoCs

IoT security is undoubtedly critical. Unfortunately, this is an aspect that often gets overlooked during the PoC phase, with teams starting to look at security only during the actual implementation. However, the security architecture is key and ignoring it can have serious business ramifications. For example, consider home automation systems company Nest who discovered its systems could be hacked, potentially leaving consumers vulnerable to cyberattack.

Security is crucial for IoT-enabled devices and expecting architecture that was originally built for a PoC to address such security concerns is not realistic.

In summary, as the pace of IoT adoption picks up in the coming years these six recommendations will help to improve the success rate of IoT projects. Move beyond PoC to embrace Proof of Value, which takes a holistic look at the technical and business feasibility and considers the long-term aspects of scalability and sustainability.


          Women in CleanTech Challenge selects 10 semifinalists      Cache   Translate Page      
After a lengthy summer selection process, the review committee for the Women in Cleantech Challenge has picked 10 inspiring women for the competition’s semifinal round, being held on Sept. 18 at MaRS Discovery District in downtown Toronto.
          New Scientist Live at ExCel London on 20th Sep 2018      Cache   Translate Page      
The world's most exciting science festival of ideas and discovery.
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          Magistrate Judge Allows Discovery Of Asbestos Settlement Documents      Cache   Translate Page      
NEW ORLEANS - A federal court lacks jurisdiction over a state court subpoena seeking asbestos-related settlement documents, a defendant told a Louisiana federal judge Aug. 24. But the company noted that a magistrate judge in same case on Aug. 16 concluded that two other defendants in the case were entitled to very similar discovery, even if the materials would not be admissible at any trial (Callen Dempster v. Lamorak Insurance Co., et al., No. 18-6158, E.D. La.).
          Pennsylvania Court Quashes Tobacco Company Appeal Of Asbestos Lawsuit Discovery      Cache   Translate Page      
HARRISBURG, Pa. - An order requiring a tobacco company to produce a list of mesothelioma litigation it faced falls short of requiring an immediate review, a Pennsylvania court held Aug. 30 in quashing an appeal (Bernice M. Steiner, et al. v. Hollingsworth & Vose Co., et al., No. 563 EDA 2018, Pa. Super., 2018 Pa. Super. Unpub. LEXIS 3207).
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CA-San Diego, Role Summary Pfizer Oncology Research & Development (ORD) La Jolla, California, is seeking a Senior Scientist (PhD) focused on translating basic discoveries in the field of cancer epigenetics into novel therapeutics. The Senior Scientist will lead translational development efforts supporting drug programs currently in clinical development and/or advanced pre-clinical drug discovery stages. Our ide
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CA-San Diego, Cancer progression is a manifestation of genetically induced changes in the dynamic interaction of many cellular components. To guide precision medicine discovery campaigns at Pfizer, the newly formed Cancer Systems Therapeutics group located in La Jolla will develop cutting-edge systems biology tools to quantify global cellular perturbations induced by oncogenic changes and by small molecules aim
          Building the Fastest DNASeq Pipeline at Scale      Cache   Translate Page      

In June, we announced the Unified Analytics Platform for Genomics with a simple goal: accelerate discovery with a collaborative platform for interactive genomic data processing, analytics and AI at massive scale.  In this post, we’ll go into more detail about one component of the platform: a scalable DNASeq pipeline that is concordant with GATK4 at […]

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          CLIENT FEATURE: Advance Gold ( AAX.TSX) Discovery Hole at Tabasquena of 1.7m of 9.64g/t Gold      Cache   Translate Page      
   AAX:TSX Phase 1 Drilling Identified 4 Epithermal Veins -3 Have Demonstrated Greater Thickness at Depth: AGT-02 Tabasquena intersected 19m of core and is discovery hole of 1.7m of 9.64g/t gold in first 10 metres assayed. AGT-03 La Nina (OxideZone) La Chiquita – 4.70m Intersection from (109.25 to 113.95) in AGT-04 AGT-04 Intersected new Vein […]
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           Red crosshatched pattern scored into stone is the earliest evidence of a drawing made by humans       Cache   Translate Page      
The discovery was made by archaeologist Dr Luca Pollarolo, of the University of the Witwatersrand, at the Blombos Cave in the Southern Cape area of South Africa.
          'Bachelor' Alum Bekah Martinez Is Pregnant      Cache   Translate Page      

Bekah Martinez was one of the girls competing for the heart of (boring-ass) Arie on his season of The Bachelor who stood out the most. She was younger, more vocal, different from the rest of the girls. She was our dark, curly pixie cut in a world of blonde ombres.

Now she’s about to pass on her spunk, and possibly that pixie cut. Bekah, 23, announced today that she is expecting her first child with Grayston Leonard, her boyfriend of seven months.

“I was in disbelief and thought, ‘Is this really happening? I immediately called Grayston and then went across the street to the Dollar Tree and bought two more pregnancy tests," she told PureWow about her surprising discovery. "They, of course, were both positive.”

Though the news came as a shock to the couple, who had only been together for three months at the time, Bekah couldn’t be more excited about her upcoming arrival. “It’s the one thing that I’ve known with certainty for so long. I’ve gone back and forth on the idea of marriage and relationships, but I’ve always felt sure that I want to be a mom.”

Since finding out about her pregnancy, Bekah has decided not to be part of the Bachelor franchise anymore, and she is very okay with that. “I think pregnancy is better than Bachelor in Paradise,” she said.

Bekah made headlines earlier this year for being found on a missing persons list after her stint on the Bachelor. She’s also still active on Twitter, giving her take on Bachelor news such as the next season’s casting announcement:

Here’s hoping Bekah’s baby grows up to be as pithy and entertaining as she is.


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Kenzie Taylor is doing some housework and stops by her step-daughter Scarlett Sage's room to see if she has any laundry. Cleaning the clothes off of Scarlett's bed, Kenzie finds something she thought she'd never find: lube! Hmmm, what exactly is her daughter doing in here when she's alone? Kenzie remembers what she was doing alone in her room when she was Scarlett's age (and it probably wasn't playing solitaire!). Continuing to sort through Scarlett's clothes, Kenzie makes another discovery: a big, shiny, purple dildo. Well, at least she's alone, and that's really all a mom can ask for. Or so she thinks until she finds one more shocking item under Scarlett's clothes: handcuffs! That's the last straw. There's no way Scarlett is using handcuffs by herself, so she must be fucking in the house! Furious, Kenzie calls Scarlett into her room. Scarlett can't believe that her step-mom's been snooping through her stuff. Kenzie confronts her. Is she fucking boys in their house?! She denies everything, yelling in her mom's face, but Kenzie is not going to tolerate this kind of disrespect. She's going to teach Scarlett a lesson. Since she loves to use handcuffs so much, Kenzie is going to teach her daughter how to use them properly! Handcuffing Scarlett to the bed, Kenzie tickles Scarlett's hot body, trying to get her to tell her everything about all the boys that she's been fucking. She tickles her little tits and slips off Scarlett's shorts. Aha! There is no way she would wear these hot panties unless it was for someone else. Finally, Scarlett confesses: she hasn't been fucking a boy, she's been fucking a girl! Kenzie is surprised but not mad. She just wants to help her daughter, like she's always helped her in life. She has lots of experience with girls and can show Scarlett so many great things. Things that can make her feel so good. Scarlett isn't so sure but soon can't resist her mom's expert touch, as Kenzie starts to lick her pretty little nipples and rub her tight little pussy. Scarlett knows they shouldn't be doing this, but as Kenzie reminds her: Mother knows best!


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DRIVERS travelling through a town centre face delays following the discovery of a gas leak.
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Professor Roger Linington

Department of Chemistry

Simon Fraser University

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Электронный учебник http://www.nado5.ru/e-book/predmety. Полезные материалы по нескольким школьным предметам: математика, русский язык, геометрия, физика, английский язык, литература, география, обществознание, история. Действительно такой большой глобальный учебник по всему.

Коллекция видеоуроков по основным школьным предметам за 1-11 классы http://interneturok.ru/. Устами учителя глаголет если и не конечная истина, то школьная программа наверняка. Кликаете по какой-либо теме – и прослушиваете по ней лекцию в исполнении школьного педагога. Дисциплины – все от природоведения до обществознания.

Учебники онлайн http://www.tepka.ru/buk.html. География, физика, биология, история литература и разное другое – здесь можно полистать учебники по всем школьным предметам.

 

Очень много ссылок http://nashol.com/. Большущая библиотека, где можно отыскать ссылки на книги, решебники, словари, учебники – по всем предметам и для всех классов.

Взаимопомощь по учебе http://znanija.com/. Тут “физики” помогают “лирикам” решать трудные задачки, а гуманитарии приходят на выручку технарям со всяческими разборами предложений и характеристиками литературных героев. У нас в школе такое разделение труда тоже бывало.

Русский язык и литература

 

Грамота.ру http://www.gramota.ru/. Помимо поиска, определиться с сомнительными словами и знаками препинания поможет раздел “Словарно-справочные материалы портала”, расположенный под поиском. Особенно полезен “Справочник по пунктуации” со всеми этими каверзными “а что, если” и “как бы то ни было”. А также “Словарь трудностей”, напоминающий тонкие различия типа “компания и кампания”.

Культура письменной речи http://www.gramma.ru/. Здесь есть буквально все: правила, тесты и задания, словари и справочники, интересные статьи о значении и происхождении слов и фраз, афоризмы и даже перлы из школьных сочинений.

Литература по школьной программе http://gostei.ru/shkolnaya-programma-po-literature/. Можно быстренько вспомнить то, что задают по “лит-ре” школьникам с первого по одиннадцатый класс. А простое и недлинное – тут же прочесть, пройдя по ссылкам.

Краткое содержание книг http://www.briefly.ru/. Да, вы, разумеется, когда-то помнили “Онегина” чуть ли не наизусть, а “Ревизора” даже ставили… Но это же было так давно, почти в прошлой жизни! Вы тогда моложе и лучше качеством были. “Вспомнить всё” вам поможет крупнейшая библиотека кратких изложений на русском языке.

Биология

Онлайн-учебник по биологии http://www.ebio.ru. Ботаника, зоология, анатомия, общая биология, экология – и еще немного. Сделано все очень просто, но выглядит довольно аккуратно и доступно. И с картинками.

Словарь-справочник по биологииhttp://bio.clow.ru/Если нужно вспомнить основные понятия, не углубляясь в дебри научных статей. О сути фотосинтеза или партеногенеза, а также прочих явлений из мира ботаники, зоологии, анатомии и физиологии человека, общей биологии и экологии – коротко и ясно, по одному абзацу.

Проект “Вся биология” http://sbio.info/Тут нам наиболее важны разделы “Учебные материалы” и “Занимательная биология”. А вообще, кажется, с одним этим сайтом, если хорошенько углубиться, можно выучить всю науку о жизни.

Мегаэнциклопедия животных http://www.zooclub.ru/. Море полезной информации о меньших братьях – как научного характера (кто такие первичноротые?), так и сугубо практического (как воспитывать щенка?).

Библиотека “Жизнь растений” http://plant.geoman.ru/Тут можно почитать онлайн книги по ботанике, а также полезности о комнатных и лекарственных растениях.

Теория эволюции как она есть http://evolution.powernet.ru/. Для тех, кому срочно нужно подковаться по теории Дарвина, почитать о происхождении и жизни – и всяких таких вещах. Для удобства все материалы классифицировали по уровню сложности: от первого до третьего.

География

Географический справочник онлайн http://geo.historic.ru/. Справочные данные и полезная информация о Земле и странах мира, часовые пояса, физические карты и географический атлас.

Энциклопедия “Кругосвет” http://www.krugosvet.ru/taxonomy/term/15В этой основательной онлайн-энциклопедии имеется отдельный раздел, посвященный географии.

Чудеса природы http://nature.worldstreasure.com/. Интересная информация о нашей планете и ее природе. Небольшие статьи на темы вроде: “Ниагарский водопад”, “Полярное сияние”, “Синий кит”… Все рассказано просто и проиллюстрировано картинками. Пригодится при подготовке докладов.

 

ВНИМАНИЕ! ПОЛЕЗНЫЕ САЙТЫ ДЛЯ ШКОЛЬНИКОВ!

 

Президентский сайт для школьников
www.uznai-prezidenta.ru

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My weekly technology talk with Ben Wilson on News 1130 radio in Vancouver

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"When a boy visits an art museum and one of the paintings comes to life, he has an afternoon of adventure and discovery [that] changes how he sees the world ever after"--
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And Shonen Knife comes to Stickyz.

THURSDAY 9/13

Banana Moonshine Salon interpolates comedy with music and drag performances at the White Water Tavern, 9 p.m., $5. Oklahoma "jamtronica" outfit Montu lands at Four Quarter Bar, with Kadela, 10 p.m., $5. Last chance to catch two community theater shows: "The House That Will Not Stand" at The Weekend Theater, through Sept. 15, $16; and "The Legend of Georgia McBride" at The Studio Theatre, through Sept. 16, $16-$20. Meanwhile, Community Theatre of Little Rock breaks its hiatus with "The Producers" at the Elks Lodge in North Little Rock, through Sept. 30; see centralarkansastickets.com for details on all. The Loony Bin has a triple feature up this week, with sets from Chad Thornsberry, Mike Head and Nick Hoff, 7:30 p.m., Thu.-Sat., 10 p.m. Fri.-Sat., $8-$12. The Garland County Fair continues at 4831 Malvern Ave., $15-$35, see garlandcountyfair.com for a full schedule. Mel Brooks' "History of the World, Pt. 1" screens at Crush Wine Bar, sunset, free. Mike and the Moonpies get twangy at Stickyz Rock 'n' Roll Chicken Shack, with Cody West, 9 p.m., $10-$13. The Billy Jones Band entertains at Cajun's, 9 p.m., $5.

FRIDAY 9/14

Flawless rock trio Shonen Knife brings you more songs about cats and food at Stickyz, with Spirit Cuntz and The Wirms, 8:30 p.m., $12-$15. See last week's Arkansas Times for an interview with comedian Matt Besser, who joins Trusty for a #votethemout concert at Vino's, 8 p.m. Monsters of Todd 5 features sets from DeFrance, Third Degree, Tragikly White and more, 7 p.m., Rev Room, $10. Hwy. 124 takes the stage at Oaklawn Racing & Gaming's Silks Bar & Grill, 10 p.m. Fri.-Sat. Northern Italy blues rocker Eliana "Miss E" Cargnelutti plays at Markham Street Grill and Pub, with an opening set from Psychedelic Velocity, 8:30 p.m., $5. Lady Lola LeStrange joins the Foul Play Cabaret troupe for a burlesque show at Maxine's in Hot Springs, 9 p.m., $12-$15. Catch a double bill at Cajun's Wharf, with Ben Byers on the deck and the Buh Jones Band on the main stage, 9 p.m., $5. Richard Burnett & The Home School Dropouts take the cozy stage at Four Quarter Bar, 10 p.m., $7.

SATURDAY 9/15

Listen Sister takes "The Night I Stole Your Pen" and other tales to the White Water Tavern with Kassi Moe and Polly's Pockets, 9 p.m. The Arkansas Historic Preservation Program's next "Walks Through History" explores downtown Osceola, 11 a.m., free. A DeCarcerate conference at CALS Ron Robinson Theater features talks on solving the nation's mass incarceration problem, 10 a.m., $12-$30. Matt Besser and Trusty reprise the #votethemout bill at Kings Live Music in Conway, 8:30 p.m., $5. Champs "Sycho" Sid Vicious, Chavo Guerrero, Jr. and Barbi Hayden hop in the ring for World Class Revolution Wrestling at the Griffin Music Hall in El Dorado's Murphy Arts District, 7 p.m., $10-$60. Ten Penny Gypsy duets at Ya Ya's Euro Bistro, 6:30 p.m. Stays in Vegas takes the stage at Vino's with Makeshift and Narrow Dinero, 8 p.m., $7. Tinkerfest takes over the Museum of Discovery, with engineering and science activities galore, 9 a.m., $8-$10. DJ Ron spins tunes at Discovery Nightclub, 9 p.m., $10. The Clear Channel Metroplex hosts MMA faceoffs for 360 Fight Club, 7 p.m., $25-$80. Four on the Floor puts the pedal to the metal at Stickyz, with Cherry Red, 9 p.m., $5. Santoros takes its self-described "Mexican-American garage surf rock" to Maxine's with Joshua October & The Wool and Billy Ruben and the Elevated Enzymes, 9 p.m., $7. Son Sin Gnero is next up in Crystal Bridges Museum's Forest Concert Series with "Cha Cha Cha! From Mambo to Salsa," 7 p.m., $10.

SUNDAY 9/16

Double Sunday bill at Four Quarter Bar! Come to Argenta early to catch Finnish bluegrass outfit The Steve 'N' Seagulls with The Restless Leg String Band, 8 p.m., $12, and stick around for Good Foot, 10 p.m., $7. A screening of "The Giants Wore White Gloves" tells the tale of the Women's Emergency Committee to Open Our Schools during the Little Rock desegregation crisis, 2 p.m., CALS Ron Robinson Theater, free. GGOOLLDD's frontwoman Margaret Butler glitters and croons at Stickyz, 8 p.m., $10.

MONDAY 9/17

Jazz guitar gurus Peter Bernstein and Ted Ludwig join forces for an evening at The Joint Theater & Coffeehouse, 7:30 p.m., $30-$40. The Goat Band (Barry McVinney, Steve Hudleson, Brian Wolverton and Patrick Lindsey) takes up its post for a monthly Monday jazz combo set at The Studio Theatre, 7:30 p.m. The world's largest pop-up Irish pub goes up on the Plaza Lawn of the Hot Springs Convention Center to celebrate the "halfway mark" to the World's Shortest St. Patrick's Day Parade, 4 p.m.

WEDNESDAY 9/19

Dizzy 7 entertains at the penultimate Jazz in the Park concert for this year, 6 p.m., History Pavilion, Riverfront Park, free. Troy, Mich., post-hardcore rockers We Came As Romans take the stage at the Clear Channel Metroplex, 8 p.m., $18-$20. Charley Crockett takes his traditionalist blues set to the stage at Stickyz, 8:30 p.m., $12-$15.


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I have always believed in the notion that there’s a creator in all of us, and that includes those in engineering, coding, and literally every other discipline. Today I’m bringing you another exciting guest from the technology field, Ryan Carson. Not only is Ryan “in technology”, but Ryan is the Founder and CEO of Treehouse, whose mission is to help people get great jobs by teaching them how to code. Ryan and I talk about how he got started, and like many of us it has been a path of exploration, failure, and self-discovery. His grassroots efforts started with small actions in community building which grew to a worldwide network all while working as a developer. He shares how he’s used skills learned and earned along the way and has some great mindset shifts and tactical advice for your creative career – all the way from how to find your WHY to getting your first sale. A few of my favorite takeaways: Nothing is big right away. If you want to start a movement or create a successful product, start by solving a problem you care about and help people who care about the same thing. This will make the […]

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Teresa Palmer discusses her new series A Discovery of Witches, which comes to the UK this September.


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The police have recovered the body of a man found dead at sea off Xemxija. The grim discovery was made at 5.15pm. The police said the man was a 24-year-old from Rabat, who was reportedly freediving. TVM identified him as Simon Psaila. The police are investigating the circumstances of the death and a magisterial inquiry has been appointed. The tragedy is the second involving a free diver this month. Another diver was found dead after being reported missing off White Rocks on September 4. 
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Kiwi mother Emma Gilkison has written a memoir about the devastating discovery at a routine twelve week scan that her unborn baby had a fatal condition. His heart was growing outside his body due to an extremely rare condition called ectopia cordis. Emma and her partner Roy were faced with two heartbreaking options: end the pregnancy or continue in the knowledge their baby would die. Former Sunday Star Times and Dominion Post journalist Emma Gilkison tells Kathryn Ryan why her book The Heart of Jesus Valentino, named for their baby boy, is ultimately a hopeful one.
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          On This Day in Math - September 13      Cache   Translate Page      

Proof is the idol before whom the pure mathematician tortures himself.
~Sir Arthur Eddington


The 256th day of the year; 256 is the smallest composite to composite power,44.

Paul Erdos conjectured that no power of 2 is the sum of distinct powers of three.

from jim wilder @ wilderlab √256 = 2 • 5 + 6

The sum of the cubes of the first 256 odd numbers is a perfect number. \( \sum\limits_{i=0}^{255} (2i+1)^3 = 8589869056\) the 6th perfect number. (all perfect numbers (except 6) are the sum of the cubes of first 2n odd cubes for some (but not all) n) (so \( 28 = 1^3 + 3^3\) and \( 496=1^3 + 3^3 + 5^3 + 7^3\)  ).

256 is the middle number in a run of three successive numbers which are all constructible regular n-gons. 255= 3*5*17, is the product of distinct Fermat Primes, 256=28 and is a power of two, and 257 is a Fermat Prime. *HT to Don S. McDonald ‏@McDONewt


EVENTS

1763 Christopher Irwin’s marine chairs were loaded onto the Princess Louisa to head off to Barbados. Irwin’s chair was being tested alongside Tobias Mayer’s lunar tables and John Harrison’s sea watch.
On 13 September 1763, the log of Lieutenant Patrick Fotheringham records how the ship “Came alongside a Hoy with two Marine Chairs and apparatus for observing the Planet Jupiter in order to finding yet Longde. at Sea the Commissioners for ye Discovery to examine these Machines under ye Direction of Adml. Tyrrell in ye course of his Voyage; Do. came on Bd Mr. Christopher Erwin the Inventor of ye Marine Machine”. *Board of Longitude project, Greenwich

1789 Wm. Herschel writes to Wollaston, "I have found that Saturn has a satellite which has hitherto escaped our observation...".
* buffalolib.org 

Francis Wollaston (23 November 1731, London – 31 October 1815) was an English priest and astronomer.He achieved some distinction as an astronomer, becoming a member of the Royal Society in 1769 and later serving on its council. He also produced a catalog of stars and nebulae in 1789, which was used by many including his friend, William Herschel, about which he comments near the bottom of the letter.

1844 The term ABELIAN INTEGRAL is found in a letter of Sept. 8, 1844, from William Henry Fox Talbot: "What is the definition of an Abelian Integral? for it appears to me that most integrals possess the Abelian property." The letter was addressed to John Frederick William Herschel, who, in his reply of Sept. 13, 1844, wrote: "I suppose the most general definition of an Abelian Integral might be taken to be this that between ∫(x) and ∫(φ(x)) there shall subsist an algebraical relation between several such functions."  As a postscript, he adds that "a very curious photographic novelty occurred to me a day or 2 ago" in which he describes how to use a negative to create a positive image.(Talbot's original contributions included the concept of a negative from which many positive prints can be made (although the terms negative and positive were coined by Herschel), and the use of gallic acid for developing the latent image. [The Talbot letters are available here. ] *Jeff Miller Web site & Wik

1883 Opening of the University of Texas at Austin and Galveston. *VFR

1890 Scientific American carried an article featuring the latest writing technology for the classroom, a slate pen-tip eraser. The device, invented by Mrs Emma Hudson, nestled a piece of sponge inside a rubber casing which could be wetted to remove some, or all, of the marks on a student slate. (The first pencil tip eraser for a lead pencil had been invented in 1858.)


1955 Minor Planet (3167) Babcock 1955 RS. Discovered 1955 September 13 at the Goethe Link Observatory at Brooklyn, Indiana. Named in memory of Harold D. Babcock (1882-1968) and in honor of his son Horace W. Babcock, (on whose birthday it was discovered, see BIRTHS below) astronomers at Mount Wilson Observatory, the latter also serving as director of Palomar Observatory. The elder Babcock's precise laboratory studies of atomic spectra allowed others to identify the first "forbidden" lines in the laboratory and to discover the rare isotopes of oxygen. With C. E. St. John and others, he extended Rowland's tables of the solar spectrum into the ultraviolet and infrared. The Babcocks ruled excellent large gratings, including those used in the coudé spectrographs of the 2.5-m and 5-m telescopes, and they measured the distribution of magnetic fields over the solar surface to unprecedented precision. The younger Babcock invented and built many astronomical instruments, including the solar magnetograph, microphotometers and automatic guiders. By combining his polarization analyzer with the spectrograph he discovered magnetic fields in other stars, and he developed important models of sunspots and their magnetism. (M 15089) Name proposed by F. K. Edmondson. *NSEC

1959 Lunik II hit the moon, being the first man-made object to do so.In 1959, the first space probe to strike the moon was the Soviet Luna 2, which crashed east of the Sea of Serenity. Thirty-six hours after its launch, it was the first man-made object to reach a celestial body. *TIS On September 15, 1959, the premier of the USSR, Nikita Khrushchev, presented to the American president Dwight D. Eisenhower a copy of the spherical pennant (used onboard the Luna 2) as a gift. That sphere is located at the Eisenhower Presidential Library and Museum in Abilene, Kansas.*Wik The actual time of collision was September 13, 1959, 21:02:24 UTC

1983 Osborne Computer declares bankruptcy, two years after producing the first portable computer, the 24-pound Osborne I. Designed by company founder Adam Osborne, the \($1,795\) machine included software worth about \($1,500\). The machine featured a 5-inch display, 64 kilobytes of memory, a modem, and two 5 1/4-inch floppy disk drives.
In April 1981, Byte Magazine Editor-in-Chief Chris Morgan mentioned the Osborne I in an article on Future Trends in Personal Computing. He wrote: I recently had an opportunity to see the Osborne I in action. I was impressed with it's compactness: it will fit under an airplane seat. (Adam Osborne is currently seeking approval from the FAA to operate the unit on board a plane.) One quibble: the screen may be too small for some people's taste.*CHM

2007 Closing date for a prize for a solution to Fermat’s last theorem. Due to inflation the prize of one hundred thousand marks has long been worthless.*VFR (perhaps not completely worthless.) In 1908 The academy of sciences of Gottingen announced a prize of one hundred thousand marks, according to the will of Dr. Paul Wolfskehl, of Darmstadt, for the proof of Fermat’s great theorem. A German industrialist and amateur mathematician, Wolfskehl bequeathed 100,000 marks to the Göttingen Academy of Sciences to be offered as a prize for a complete proof of Fermat's Last Theorem. On 27 June 1908, the Academy published nine rules for awarding the prize. Among other things, these rules required that the proof be published in a peer-reviewed journal; the prize would not be awarded for two years after the publication; and that no prize would be given after 13 September 2007, roughly a century after the competition was begun. Wiles collected the Wolfskehl prize money, then worth $50,000, on 27 June 1997.
Prior to Wiles' proof, thousands of incorrect proofs were submitted to the Wolfskehl committee, amounting to roughly 10 feet (3 meters) of correspondence. In the first year alone (1907–1908), 621 attempted proofs were submitted, although by the 1970s, the rate of submission had decreased to roughly 3–4 attempted proofs per month. According to F. Schlichting, a Wolfskehl reviewer, most of the proofs were based on elementary methods taught in schools, and often submitted by "people with a technical education but a failed career". In the words of mathematical historian Howard Eves, "Fermat's Last Theorem has the peculiar distinction of being the mathematical problem for which the greatest number of incorrect proofs have been published."*Wik



BIRTHS

1873 Constantin Caratheodory born. (13 Sep 1873; 2 Feb 1950) He worked on the calculus of variations and the theory of real functions. He is the only modern Greek mathematician “who does not suffer by comparison with the famous names of Greek antiquity.” *VFR.
German mathematician of Greek origin who made important contributions to the theory of real functions and to the theory of point-set measure. He demonstrated that the calculus of variations (the theory of maxima and minima in curves) could be applied not just to smooth curves, but also those with corners. He also contributed to thermodynamics and helped develop Einstein's special theory of relativity. *TIS

1885 Wilhelm Blaschke  (13 Sep 1885; 17 Mar 1962) German mathematician whose major contributions to geometry concerned kinematics and differential geometry. Kinetic mapping (important later in the axiomatic foundations of various geometries) he both discovered and established it as a tool in kinematics. He also initiated topological differential geometry (the study of invariant differentiable mappings)*TIS

1912 Horace Welcome Babcock (13 Sep 1912; 29 Aug 2003) was a American astronomer, son of Harold Babcock. Working together, they were the first to measure the distribution of magnetic fields over the surface of the Sun. Horace invented and built many astronomical instruments, including a ruling engine which produced excellent diffraction gratings, the solar magnetograph, and microphotometers, automatic guiders, and exposure meters for the 100 and 200-inch telescopes. By combining his polarizing analyzer with the spectrograph he discovered magnetic fields in other stars. He developed important models of sunspots and their magnetism, and was the first to propose adaptive optics.*TIS

1913 Herman Heine Goldstine (September 13, 1913 – June 16, 2004), mathematician, computer scientist and scientific administrator, was one of the original developers of ENIAC, the first of the modern electronic digital computers.*Wik

1920 William Bowen Bonnor (September 13, 1920 - ) is a mathematician and gravitation physicist best known for his research into astrophysics, cosmology and general relativity. For most of his academic career he has been a professor of mathematics at the University of London.*Wik

1923 Peter K Henrici (13 Sept 1923 , 13 March 1987) He made "major contributions to preserving and enriching our mathematical heritage. His books and papers have helped greatly in maintaining numerical analysis as a subject with beauty, order, and structure, in the spirit of the great pioneers of the past. He keeps reminding us to ask what Gauss would have done with a parallel computer - or with a pocket calculator."
"Henrici was truly an internationally recognized numerical analyst, having written 11 books and over 80 research papers. A very cultured person who was also a gifted pianist, he was an outstanding teacher particularly interested in helping younger mathematicians. His lectures showed great polish and inspired many. His guidance and unselfish contributions as an editor have helped make Numerische Mathematik the respected journal it is. For this alone, we owe him a great debt of gratitude." *SAU

1926 Sidney David Drell (born September 13, 1926, Atlantic City) is an American theoretical physicist and arms control expert. He is a professor emeritus at the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center (SLAC) and a senior fellow at Stanford University's Hoover Institution. Drell is a noted contributor in the field of quantum electrodynamics and particle physics. The Drell–Yan process is partially named after him. He was one of the winners of the 2000 Enrico Fermi Award.*Wik



DEATHS

1296 Johannes Campanus (1220 in Novara, Italy - 13 Sept 1296 in Viterbo, Italy) also known as Campanus of Novara, was an Italian mathematician who published a Latin edition of Euclid's Elements. He also wrote on astronomy.*SAU

1940 Myron Mathisson (15 Dec 1897 , 13 Sept 1940) was a Polish Jew known for his work on the equations of motion of bodies in general relativity and for developing a new method to analyze the properties of fundamental solutions of linear hyperbolic differential equations. In particular, he derived the equations for a spinning body moving in a gravitational field and proved, in a special case, the Hadamard conjecture on the class of equations that satisfy the Huygens principle. His work still exerts influence on current research.*Cornell Univ Library


Credits :
*CHM=Computer History Museum
*FFF=Kane, Famous First Facts
*NSEC= NASA Solar Eclipse Calendar
*RMAT= The Renaissance Mathematicus, Thony Christie
*SAU=St Andrews Univ. Math History
*TIA = Today in Astronomy
*TIS= Today in Science History
*VFR = V Frederick Rickey, USMA
*Wik = Wikipedia
*WM = Women of Mathematics, Grinstein & Campbell
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COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS, Utah – The DEA is weighing in on drug labs in Utah after an early morning call to police led to the discovery of a clandestine drug lab in Cottonwood Heights. It started with a couple’s late night recovery efforts gone wrong. “They were evicted, they were doing some midnight moving and that’s what the neighbors saw, they saw some midnight moving, thought that didn’t look right, thought there was a burglary going on,” said Sergeant Dan Bartlett […]
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Experience with Meso Scale Discovery (MD) and Molecular Devices plate readers. BioAnalytical Sciences develops analytical methods for detection of drug,...
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          Sep 20: New Technologies: What Lawyers Need to Know (In-Person CLE)      Cache   Translate Page      
NYSBA and Co-Sponsoring Member: $20 | Law Student: $10 | Nonmember: $50 Co-sponsored by the National Association of Women Judges, Women in EDiscovery, Dentons U.S. LLP, the Commercial & Federal Litigation Section, the Women in Law Section, the Law Practice Management Committee, the Committee on Technology and the Legal Profession and the Committee on Continuing Legal Education of the New York State Bar Association. Technology pervades the legal profession and is a common feature of litigation. This program focuses on aspects of two such technologies, admissibility of social media and content of “apps” and liability for the wrongful collection and use of biometric information by private entities. This program will be of interest to judges, practitioners, consultants and law students and will feature distinguished and knowledgeable faculty. Agenda 5:30 p.m. Registration 5:45 p.m. Introductions Hon. Tanya R. Kennedy, NAWJ President Susan Harper, Esq., Chair of the NYSBA Women in Law Section 6:00 p.m. – 6:50 p.m. Admissibility of Electronic Information from “New” Technology Sources such as Social Media and Third-Party Apps Moderator: Mark A. Berman, Esq., Ganfer Shore Leeds & Zauderer LLP Panelists: Shelley Brown, Sidley Austin LLP Tracee E. Davis, Esq., Zeichner Ellman & Krause LLP Hon. Ronald J. Hedges (Ret.), Dentons U.S. LLP Sandra J. Rampersaud, Esq., UBS AG 6:50 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. Networking Break 7:00 p.m. – 7:50 p.m. Biometric Data: Balancing Privacy and Security Moderator: Gail Gottehrer, Esq., Akerman LLP Panelists: David Horrigan, Esq., Relativity Kirsten Thompson, Esq., Dentons Canada LLP Professor Aaron Wright, Cardozo Law School 7:50 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. Networking Reception
          Understanding the State of Container Networking      Cache   Translate Page      
http://www.enterprisenetworkingplanet.com/datacenter/understanding-the-state-of-container-networking.html

Containers have revolutionized the way applications are developed and deployed, but what about the network?

By Sean Michael Kerner | Posted Sep 4, 2018
 
Container networking is a fast moving space with lots of different pieces. In a session at the Open Source Summit, Frederick Kautz, principal software engineer at Red Hat outlined the state of container networking today and where it is headed in the future.


Containers have become increasingly popular in recent years, particularly the use of Docker containers, but what exactly are containers?

Kautz explained the containers make use of the Linux kernel's ability to allow for multiple isolated user space areas. The isolation features are enabled by two core elements cGroups and Namespaces. Control Groups (cGroups) limit and isolate the resource usage of process groups, while namespaces partition key kernel structures for process, hostname, users and network functions.

Container Networking Types


While there are different container technologies and orchestration systems, when it comes to networking, Kautz said there are really just four core networking primitives:

Bridge
Bridge mode is when networking is hooked into a specific bridge and everyone that is on the bridge will get the messages.

Host
Kautz explained that Host mode is basically where the container uses the same networking space as the host. As such, whatever IP address the host has, those addresses are then shared with the containers.

Overlay
In an Overlay networking approach, a virtual networking model sits on top of the underlay and the physical networking hardware.

Underlay
The Underlay approach makes use of core fabric and hardware network.

To make matters somewhat more confusing Kautz said that multiple container networking models are often used together, for example a bridge together with an overlay.

Network Connections

Additionally, container networking models can benefit from MACVLAN and IPVLANs which tie containers to specific mac or IP addresses, for additional isolation

 Kautz added that SR-IOV is a hardware mechanism that ties a physical Network Interface Card (NIC) to containers providing direct access.
Container Networking

SDNs

On top of the different container networking models are different approaches for Software Defined Networking. For the management plane, there are functionally two core approaches tat this point, the Container Networking Interface (CNI) which is what is used by Kubernetes and the libnetwork interface that is used by Docker.

Kautz noted that with Docker recently announcing support for Kubernetes, it's likely that CNI support will be following as well.

Among the different technologies for container networking today are:

Contiv - backed by Cisco and provides a VXLNA overlay model

Flannel/Calico - backed by Tigera provides an overlay network between each hosted and allocates a separate subnet per host.

Weave - backed by Weaveworks, uses standard port number for containers

Contrail - backed by Juniper networks and open sourced as the TungstenFabric project, provides policy support and gateway services.

OpenDaylight - open source effort that integrates with OpenStack Kuryr

OVN - open source effort that creates logical switches and routers.

Upcoming Efforts


While there are already multiple production grade solutions for container networking, the technology continues to evolve. Among the newer approach is using eBPF (extended Berkeley Packet Filter) for networking control, which is used by the Cilium open source project.

Additionally there is an effort to use shared memory, rather than physical NICs to help enable networking. Kautz also highlighted the emerging area of service mesh technology, in particular the Istio project, which is backed by Google. With a service mesh, networking is offloaded to the mesh, which provides load balancing, failure recovery and service discovery among other capabilities.

Organizations today typically choose a single SDN approach that will connect into a Kubernetes CNI, but that could change in the future thanks to the Multus CNI effort. With Multus CNI multiple CNI plugins can be used, enabling multiple SDN technologies to run in a Kubernetes cluster.

Sean Michael Kerner is a senior editor at EnterpriseNetworkingPlanet and InternetNews.com. Follow him on Twitter @TechJournalist.

          Hulu and Discovery announce partnership for live and on-demand programming      Cache   Translate Page      
Hulu and Discovery this morning announced a wide-ranging partnership that will see Discovery’s live and on-demand programming added to Hulu’s streaming service. The multi-year agreement will see nearly 4,000 episodes of Discovery’s shows added to Hulu’s on-demand library, as well ...
          Dable hosts Indonesia Native Ads Conference 2018      Cache   Translate Page      
JAKARTA, Indonesia, Sept. 13, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- The content discovery platform Dable hosted an event for discussions on the current status and future of online advertising and marketing.
          Clearside Biomedical Appoints Viral Kansara as Vice President, Discovery      Cache   Translate Page      
ALPHARETTA, Ga., Sept. 12, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Clearside Biomedical, Inc. (NASDAQ:CLSD), a biopharmaceutical company dedicated to developing treatments that restore and preserve vision for people with serious eye diseases, today announced the appointment of Viral Kansara, Ph.D. to the position of Vice President, Discovery.  Dr. Kansara brings over 12 years of experience and expertise […]
          Director of Drug Discovery - Perrett Laver - Sussex, WI      Cache   Translate Page      
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NY-New York, New York, New York Skills : Trial Litigation Cases BAR Motion & discovery Should you have any questions, feel free to call Prem Khare on 973-939-0197 or please send me your updated resume at Prem.khare@collabera.com I look forward to working with you Description : Client: Banking & Insurance Location: New York, NY 10004 Manager is looking for New York Bar Licence Attorney with insurance company ex
          Discovery of new neurons in the inner ear can lead to new therapies for hearing disorders      Cache   Translate Page      
Researchers have identified four types of neurons in the peripheral auditory system, three of which are new to science. The analysis of these cells can lead to new therapies for various kinds of hearing disorders, such as tinnitus and age-related hearing loss.
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Shares of Discovery gained more than 7 percent Wednesday, making for the stock’s best day since February 2010, after the media company announced it partnered with Hulu.

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          Top Six Montney Gas Play Type Curves by NPV10 with Natural Gas Liquids (NGL) Yields      Cache   Translate Page      
Canadian Discovery’s Catalyst platform delivers NPVs for type curves in key Canadian resource plays with the Sproule Play Metrics module. Each resource play is split into detailed play areas, each of which has multiple ranked type curves called tiers. NPV10 is a useful estimate of the present value within a well, area or company asset. [Read More…]
          Pssst! Repeat Business Is A Thing.      Cache   Translate Page      
One of the "5 Surprising Findings About How People Actually Buy Clothes and Shoes" recently promulgated by Harvard Business Review simultaneously got both an amen and a chuckle out of me. Number Five on the list was:
Some of us would like to ... just go to the store and buy some pants. (Image via Wikipedia.)
Myth: Consumers always want something new.

Fact: Very often, they are happy to re-buy the same or a similar item.


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Brands should, to some extent, change their mindsets: Success could mean finding consumers that like a product and reselling it to them, and not always trying to reinvent the wheel. The customer, not the product, should come first. Repurchasing of products previously bought could be made easier through promotions on similar items, tailored advertising for new versions, reminders when a product likely needs to be replaced, and even subscription services. To get to know customers better, brands might encourage them to go online during trips to physical stores and to comment on products through apps. Manufacturers can then follow up and encourage repeat purchases. [formatting in orignal]
Whoa! So lots of people buy things, like them, and want more when they wear out. How weird is that?

This reminds me of how Old Navy lost my business, hence the amen. I started out being able to buy causal pants there, but the last few times, I couldn't get what I wanted: something that wasn't either baggy or "skinny pants." (I am slim, but find skin-tight clothing extremely uncomfortable.)

But really. Is the fact that a businessman might want repeat business the kind of cutting-edge discovery that merits the limelight in a prestigious publication?

It shouldn't be, but I hope a few in the apparel industry take note.

-- CAV
           Comment on Missing by Missing Person – freedom       Cache   Translate Page      
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           ILPS: On the Arrest of Varavara Rao and Other Activists      Cache   Translate Page      

We, the International League of Peoples’ Struggle (ILPS), expresses our outrage over the arrest of anti-imperialist poet-activist Varavara Rao and other prominent progressives in India in August 28. The others are Vernon Gonzalves, Arun Ferreira, Sudha Bahradwaj and Gautam Navalakha.

The arrest followed after the homes of these activists were raided due to the absurd allegation of their involvement in a plot to assassinate Prime Minister Narendra Modi.The simultaneous raids of Rao’s and other’s residences in multiple cities were the latest in a spate of crackdown by the Modi regime against activists and progressives.
Last June, four activists – Sudhir Dhawale, Rona Wilson, Shoma Sen and Mahesh Raut – were earlier arrested. Meanwhile, Prof. G N Saibaba is still languishing in jail since 2014. The Modi regime and its police force are using the violence in Bhima-Koregaon in December 2017 as pretext for the arrests.
In the incident, one person died and scores were injured after right-wing groups countered the Dalits’ celebration of Elgaar Parishad. The Modi regime subsequently fabricated the discovery of e-documents detailing the preposterous assassination plot on Modi and used it as the false basis for the crackdown.
The wave of arrests against urban-based progressives and anti-imperialists shows the rapid descent of the Modi regime to fascism and authoritarian rule. The Modi regime is using the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act and the allegation of “Maoist” links against those arrested
The fierce crackdown on the prominent democratic and progressive activists o9s calculated to discourage and suppress the growing opposition of the Indian people to the Modi regime. The broad mass of the people, including the workers, peasants, dalits, the indigenous peoples, women, students and professionals, are in uproar over economic, political and social concerns.
Varavara Rao and others are not terrorists but staunch progressives and anti-imperialists who have been critics of anti-people, pro-imperialist neoliberal globalization and war policies of successive regimes in India. They have also been active in forging anti-imperialist solidarity with people’s movements in other countries.
Rao, in particular, keynoted the Third General Assembly of the ILPS. When he was not allowed by Indian authorities to travel, his keynote address was read by Prof. Saibaba. Rao is an outstanding Indian poet and he has translated the poems of Filipino poet Jose Maria Sison in Telugu.
We, the ILPS, stand in solidarity with the struggling people of India and condemn all forms of repression and fascist attacks against the people’s movement in India. We demand the unconditional release of Rao and his fellow activists and the dropping of fabricated charges against them. We are in unity with the multitude of groups in India and overseas demanding for their release and for the defeat of Modi’s authoritarianism and fascism.
Stop the crackdown! Activists are Not Terrorists!
Release Varavara Rao and all political prisoners!
Fight the authoritarian and fascist rule of the Modi regime!
End imperialism and fascism!
Long Live International Solidarity!
Issued by the Office of the Chairperson
International League of Peoples’ Struggle
September 5, 2018

          Hulu adds five Discovery networks: TLC, Animal Planet, and more      Cache   Translate Page      
Hulu and Discovery have teamed up to offer subscribers access to a slew of new live and on-demand content. The partnership will bring Discovery’s portfolio of content to Hulu’s platform, including Hulu Live TV, giving customers a total of eight network options. New to Live TV is Investigation Discovery, TLC, Discovery Channel, and more. Hulu offers both on-demand and Live … Continue reading
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          Walter Haydt KIA on Hinchinbrook Island Australia 18 December 1942      Cache   Translate Page      
The naming of the Shoemaker-Haydt Legion Post #314 in Walter Haydt's memory is celebrating its 70th anniversary this year.  Recently, Haydt's story was retold at a special Memorial Day Program at the Lehighton Area Middle School, as part of a new community initiative known as "Operation Never Forget" (click here for more information).  At that time, another area man, Ezra Kreiss was honored for his sacrifice during the war.  His story can be found clicking here.
The picture Walter sent home 
"Love Daddy" to
his daughter Janice.

 Walter was the third of Adam and Dora Haydt's six boys: James, Willard, Walter, Kenneth, Earl, and Raymond.  James died when he was just seven in 1919.  

Adam was a fireman for the Lehigh Valley Railroad working out of Perth Amboy New Jersey yard while living on Union Hill over the hill from Weissport.



Below here, please find the video played at the May 2015 ceremony that honored Kreiss and Haydt:
Presentation lessons for entrepreneurs from Idea Transplant

In retrospect, SlideShare was a mix up of a lot of businesses:

  • A tool to save email attachment size

  • A place to search for content

  • A curated content discovery platform

  • An engine that enabled you to embed presentations in web site

  • Etc.

The service was hindered by technical limitations: somehow the quality of played back presentations was not that high, and full of SlideShare branded links and content, which is why I moved away from the platform. Recently, SlideShare killed the re-upload feature that preserved back links and view counts. Also, the acquisition by LinkedIn which then got acquired by Microsoft did not help to focus management. And finally, there are lots of other platforms out there that can host clickable slides somehow. None of them have managed to attract crowds that SlideShare could assemble though.

Ultimately, there is a market for a SlideShare-like platform I believe. And now 10 years after SlideShare was founded the economics of running the platform (storing lots of media rich content) could be fundamentally different.


           Discovery of new neurons in the ear could lead to treatments for tinnitus       Cache   Translate Page      

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It's estimated that there are 100 billion neurons in the human body, so it's no surprise that some of them have evaded detection by scientists. Now, a team of Swedish researchers have discovered three new types of neurons, which help carry auditory signals from the ear to the brain and may hold the secrets to treating hearing disorders like tinnitus.

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          Scientific publishing is a rip-off. We fund the research – it should be free | George Monbiot      Cache   Translate Page      

Those who take on the global industry that traps research behind paywalls are heroes, not thieves

Never underestimate the power of one determined person. What Carole Cadwalladr has done to Facebook and big data, and Edward Snowden has done to the state security complex, Alexandra Elbakyan has done to the multibillion-dollar industry that traps knowledge behind paywalls. Sci-Hub, her pirate web scraper service, has done more than any government to tackle one of the biggest rip-offs of the modern era: the capture of publicly funded research that should belong to us all. Everyone should be free to learn; knowledge should be disseminated as widely as possible. No one would publicly disagree with these sentiments. Yet governments and universities have allowed the big academic publishers to deny these rights. Academic publishing might sound like an obscure and fusty affair, but it uses one of the most ruthless and profitable business models of any industry.

The model was pioneered by the notorious conman Robert Maxwell. He realised that, because scientists need to be informed about all significant developments in their field, every journal that publishes academic papers can establish a monopoly and charge outrageous fees for the transmission of knowledge. He called his discovery “a perpetual financing machine”. He also realised that he could capture other people’s labour and resources for nothing. Governments funded the research published by his company, Pergamon, while scientists wrote the articles, reviewed them and edited the journals for free. His business model relied on the enclosure of common and public resources. Or, to use the technical term, daylight robbery.

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           TIM COHEN: Discovery’s balance of yin and yang is at the heart of its success       Cache   Translate Page      
Discovery CEO Adrian Gore is the model of a modern entrepreneur. But how this all happened is much less well known
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          South Africa:Cave Is Home to the Earliest Drawing By a Human      Cache   Translate Page      
[The Conversation Africa] Scientists working in Blombos Cave in South Africa's southern Cape region have made a discovery that changes our understanding of when our human ancestors started expressing themselves through drawings. They've found a 73 000-year-old cross-hatched drawing on a ... Reported by allAfrica.com 50 minutes ago.
          Senior Technician (Discovery Team), Cell Biology - Firmenich Inc. - New York, NY      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Urgent Care NP PA - (Fontana, California, United States)      Cache   Translate Page      
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  •           Sales Account Specialist - Legal Solutions (eDiscovery)      Cache   Translate Page      
    VA-Kingstowne, POSITION PROFILE The Legal Account Specialist's primary focus is the marketing and sales of Ricoh's Legal Off-Site services to new and existing clients within a defined sales territory/list of accounts that include both Corporate accounts and Law Firms. Services include: digital solutions, forensics, and electronic data discovery (eDiscovery) solutions. The Legal Account Manager is responsible for
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    [The Conversation Africa] Scientists working in Blombos Cave in South Africa's southern Cape region have made a discovery that changes our understanding of when our human ancestors started expressing themselves through drawings. They've found a 73 000-year-old cross-hatched drawing on a silcrete (stone) flake. It was made with an ochre crayon. The Conversation Africa asked Professor Christopher Henshilwood, who leads the team that made the discovery, about its significance.
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    Inspire Urgency | Ignite Passion | Drive Performance. We are Blood Health Innovators who enhance lives through discovery, diagnosis, and treatment....
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              Placebos Can Work Even When You Know You’re Taking a Dummy Pill      Cache   Translate Page      

    By Dr. Mercola

    By definition, a placebo is an inert substance that has no effect on your body. In medical research, placebos (such as sugar pills) are used as controls against which the effects of drugs are measured.

    However, the placebo-effect, in which a patient believes he or she is getting an actual drug and subsequently improves despite receiving no active substance at all, has become a well-recognized phenomenon.1 Some studies into the placebo effect have even concluded that many conventional treatments "work" because of the placebo effect and little else.

    Indeed, the placebo effect may even be at work in some surgical procedures, as evidenced in studies showing sham knee surgery is as effective as the real thing.2,3 This, despite the fact that the physical problem is in no way addressed.

    Placebo Effect Works by Affecting Brain Chemistry and Circuitry

    While we know the placebo effect is real, questions abound as to the mechanisms that makes it work. Writing in the journal Neuropsychopharmacology4 in 2011, the researchers highlighted the following observations:

    1. First, as the placebo effect is basically a psychosocial context effect, these data indicate that different social stimuli, such as words and rituals of the therapeutic act, may change the chemistry and circuitry of the patient's brain.

    2. Second, the mechanisms that are activated by placebos are the same as those activated by drugs, which suggests a cognitive/affective interference with drug action.

    3. Third, if prefrontal functioning is impaired, placebo responses are reduced or totally lacking, as occurs in dementia of the Alzheimer's type.

    As noted by The Washington Post and published studies,5,6 researchers have also discovered a "hierarchy of effectiveness," with certain types of placebos appearing to have stronger effects than others. For example, injections or creams have stronger placebo effects than pills, and sham injections and sham acupuncture (which also uses needles) being more effective than placebo pills.

    Price also matters,7 with expensive pills or treatments garnering better results than inexpensive ones. Lastly, telling the patient that the treatment will relieve their symptoms produces a greater placebo effect than saying it "might" help.

    Your Expectations Direct Your Body Chemistry

    Using brain imaging technology during placebo tests, researchers have been able to show that even when a placebo is used, your brain still responds according to expectations.

    For example, in trials involving placebos for pain relief, the participant's brains release natural opioids that provide opioid-mediated pain control. So, the placebo effect is tapping into the same pain control centers as opioid drugs. Placebos can also trigger the release of many other natural brain chemicals, such as those involved in making us feel more energized, or those that help us sleep better.

    In short, the placebo effect taps into your body's own virtual pharmacy. Drugs work because your body has chemical receptors for the drugs, but you also have natural brain chemicals that act on those same receptors. This is why placebos so often can mimic the effects of the drugs.

    This tells us that the placebo effect is not illusory. Rather, it relies on your body's own chemicals, which are released in response to or in accordance with your mental or emotional expectations or beliefs. With that in mind, just how far can a placebo take you? Placebo trials on patients with Parkinson's disease have revealed that even this serious condition can be ameliorated with a dummy pill.

    Lack of dopamine is one of the factors producing the symptoms of Parkinson's, and brain scans show that when Parkinson's patients are told they're receiving an active medication, the dopamine levels in their brains increase, even when there's no active ingredient in the pill. Remarkably, a placebo can release as much dopamine as amphetamines in a person with a healthy dopamine system,8 so the response can be quite dramatic.

    Placebos Work Nearly as Well as Antidepressants for Depression

    Another excellent example of the placebo effect is that of antidepressants. Research9 published in 2010 suggests antidepressants work no better than a placebo for people with mild to moderate depression.

    An earlier meta-analysis10 also concluded the difference between antidepressants and placebo pills is indeed very slight. According to the authors:

    "Drug-placebo differences in antidepressant efficacy increase as a function of baseline severity, but are relatively small even for severely depressed patients. The relationship between initial severity and antidepressant efficacy is attributable to decreased responsiveness to placebo among very severely depressed patients, rather than to increased responsiveness to medication."

    Considering the long list of side effects associated with antidepressants, including worsening depression, it seems reasonable to conclude that a placebo would be a far preferable option to the real thing.

    Placebo Effect Growing in Potency Among Americans

    Interestingly, investigations reveal the placebo effect is growing in potency among Americans, and it's having a dramatic real-world impact on the development of new painkillers.

    Drug companies are finding it increasingly difficult to get pain-reducing drugs through clinical trials, because as people's responses to placebos are getting stronger, it makes it more difficult to prove that the drug actually works.11,12

    Equally interesting, research shows placebos can work even when the patient is fully aware of the fact that they're getting a dummy pill.13 This effect appears to be so reliable that entrepreneurs are now selling placebo pills and creams on Amazon.

    Placebos Work Even When Patient Knows They're Not Real

    Ted Kaptchuk, professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School, is one of the leading researchers on the placebo effect. Normally, the placebo effect is studied by giving half of the test subjects the real treatment while the other gets a dummy pill, but neither of the groups is aware of what they're getting.

    Kaptchuk was curious what might happen if people knew they were receiving a placebo right from the start. So, in 2009, he launched the first open-label placebo trial,14 enrolling people diagnosed with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). As reported by Time:15

    "The findings were surprising. Nearly twice as many people in the trial who knowingly received placebo pills reported experiencing adequate symptom relief, compared with the people who received no treatment.

    Not only that but the men and women taking the placebo also doubled their rates of improvement to a point that was about equal to the effects of two IBS medications that were commonly used at the time. 'I was entirely confused,' says Kaptchuk. 'I had hoped it would happen, but it still defies common wisdom.'"

    Overall, nearly 60 percent of the patients given a placebo pill (and, again, told they were receiving a placebo) reported adequate relief from IBS symptoms, compared to just 35 percent of those who received no treatment. Even more astonishing, those taking the placebo reported improvements that were virtually the same as those reported from people taking the strongest IBS medications.

    Mind Over Body, or Is It Body Over Mind? Perhaps Both

    Kaptchuk's team is now working on a replication study with a $2.5 million grant from the National Institutes of Health. So far, 270 people with IBS have participated in this still-ongoing trial.

    While it sounds implausible that you would get results when you're fully aware that you're taking a dummy pill, Time recounts the story of Linda Buonanno, who participated in Kaptchuk's 2009 IBS study; three weeks after taking a clearly marked placebo twice a day, she was completely free of symptoms.

    This, despite the fact she was sorely disappointed when she realized it was an open placebo trial, and that she wouldn't receive any real treatment. "I didn't have a clue what was going on," Buonanno told Time. "I still don't."

    After the study ended, her symptoms came back, so Kaptchuk is now treating her in his home clinic — with sugar pills. "All I know is that it works," Buonanno says. "That's all I care about." Kaptchuk admits he doesn't fully understand it either, but he believes your body may have the ability to respond even when your mind knows the factual truth. Time writes:16

    "He struggles to find adequate analogies, but likens it to watching Romeo and Juliet when you know what's going to happen. If the performance is evocative enough, even though you know it's fake, 'your body reacts in ways that go beyond the mind,' he says. You might get a lump in your throat or tear up.

    More important to Kaptchuk than understanding why honest placebos work is figuring out how the gain in scientific knowledge could translate into clinical practice. 'Placebo has generally been denigrated in medicine, but I always wanted to figure out ways to ethically harness it,' he says."

    Writing in Readers Digest,17 Robert Anthony Siegel also discusses his own experience with placebo. A longtime friend of John Kelley, psychology professor at Endicott College and deputy director of Harvard's program in placebo studies and therapeutic encounter, Siegel received a specially-designed placebo to treat chronic writer's block with accompanying panic attacks and insomnia.

    Placebo Effect Accounts for Half of Therapeutic Value of Migraine Drug

    Kaptchuk's team has also investigated the placebo effect on migraines, and compared dummy pills against the migraine drug Maxalt (rizatriptan) for recurring migraines.18 Here, as in Kaptchuk's open-label placebo trial on IBS patients, subjects reported pain relief even when they were informed that they were receiving a placebo, when compared to no treatment at all.

    Overall, the placebo effect was found to account for more than 50 percent of the therapeutic value of Maxalt. Kaptchuk explained:19

    "This study untangled and reassembled the clinical effects of placebo and medication in a unique manner. Very few, if any, experiments have compared the effectiveness of medication under different degrees of information in a naturally recurring disease.

    Our discovery showing that subjects' reports of pain were nearly identical when they were told that an active drug was a placebo as when they were told that a placebo was an active drug demonstrates that the placebo effect is an unacknowledged partner for powerful medications."

    The Future of Medicine — Harnessing the Power of Placebo in Clinical Practice

    Alia Crum, Ph.D., a placebo researcher at the Stanford Mind & Body Lab, also stresses that "placebo is not magic." Rather, the effect is "the product of your body's ability to heal, which is activated by our mind-sets and expectations … shaped by medical ritual, branding of drugs and the words doctors say." According to Time:20

    "Crum says honest-placebo research is fascinating and important, but she doesn't see doctors prescribing placebo pills anytime soon. Instead, she's interested in how doctors can get their patients into the right mindset for medical care.

    'We've been pumping billions of dollars into developing new drugs and treatments without making much headway on the chronic-disease crisis,' she says. 'What if we spent that same time, money and effort on achieving a greater understanding of the patients' natural abilities to heal?'…

    Crum and a colleague are working with Stanford Primary Care to roll out a curriculum called Medicine Plus, in which medical teams, including everyone from receptionists to physicians, learn how to create an environment that is most conducive for healing.

    The strategies focus on leveraging patients' mind-sets but build on the power of the placebo with the ultimate goal of helping medical practitioners harness the same forces that contribute to placebo effects alongside active medications and treatments, says Crum.

    Ideally, she says, one day these types of lessons should be incorporated into care much earlier, when health providers are in medical school."

    While placebo treatments are unlikely to become mainstream anytime soon, discussions and scientific investigations into ways in which the placebo effect may be fruitfully harnessed in clinical practice are underway.

    A 2011 special issue of Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B (published by the U.K.'s national academy of science) reviewed the available research, concluding that "more rigorously designed studies are needed" to tease out the complexities involved and find ways in which the placebo effect might be adapted for clinical use.21

    Perhaps one of the simplest ways for a doctor to harness the placebo effect in clinical practice, without taking any ethical risks, is to tap into empathy and raise the patient's expectation of relief. Studies have repeatedly found that patients who feel their doctor is warm and empathetic (have so-called good bedside manner) are more apt to get well.

    Describing how a medication or treatment can make a patient better has also been shown to have a positive impact, likely because it heightens the patient's expectations.


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              Star Trek: Discovery – stagione 2: il Capitano Pike influenzerà l’equipaggio      Cache   Translate Page      
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    L’attrice Sonequa Martin-Green spiega come l’arrivo del Christopher Pike di Anson Mount cambierà la seconda stagione di Star Trek: Discovery La prima stagione di Star Trek: Discovery ha mostrato Jason Isaacs nei panni del Capitano Gabriel Lorca, che si è rivelato essere un impostore proveniente da un Universo parallelo. Nella seconda stagione della serie, Anson Mount interpreta il Capitano Christopher Pike […]

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              Comment on The Chew: Should the ABC Daytime Series Have Been Cancelled? by Toni      Cache   Translate Page      
    The Chew was smart TV; the hosts were never patronizing to their audience or to each other and their off-the-cuff banter was genuinely warm and friendly. Every show was honest, candid and very entertaining. It was if we were there, sitting at the table with them. It was if we were sitting in our own kitchen chatting with friends. The Chew and its host were unique to television. #abc seems to be deaf to the appeals of #thechew fans and the #foodnetwork and the #cookingchannel are blind to the fact that The Chew is FAR BETTER THAN ANY OF THEIR PROGRAMS. #savethechew #foxtv #cbs #abc #nbc #bravotv #foodnetwork #hallmarkchannel #alroker #tasteofhome #discovery #cookingchannel #own #harpo #syndicatethechew #bringbackthechew
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    Takes enthusiasts deep into the fascinating world of the stationary engines. This is the magazine that takes its readers on a wonderful journey into the fascinating world of stationary engines, which are used to drive immobile equipment such as pump or power tools. The collection, restoration and study of stationary engines is a hugely popular hobby, and their continual discovery, identification and restoration is brought alive each month by the experts who write Stationary Engine magazine. The ideal magazine for those who are interested in the history of the engine.
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              Off Broadway Review: ‘Collective Rage: A Play in 5 Betties’      Cache   Translate Page      
    What’s the collective noun for a group of Betties? Based on Jen Silverman’s play, “Collective Rage: A Play in 5 Betties,” perhaps “a rage of Betties” would suit. When these five Betties gather, they roar, ruminate and revolt, each experiencing a transformation thanks to theater (and each other). With touches of absurdity, this play about self-discovery and […]
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    Positron emission tomography (PET) is a sensitive and quantitative molecular imaging method. Nowadays PET is widely used in the clinic, and increasingly in drug discovery and development. In pretargeted PET imaging, the targeting moiety, such as an antibody or a nanoparticle, is first let to localize and bind to its target and any excess is allowed to clear from the body before radiolabeling in vivo. The radiolabeling proceeds rapidly at the target site when the secondarily administered radiotracer selectively reacts with the firstly administered targeting moiety. The lag time between the two injections can be from a few hours to several days depending on the clearance rate of the targeting moiety. Pretargeting allows for the use of short-lived radionuclides in applications where traditionally their use has been hampered by the short physical half-life, for example in immunoimaging of monoclonal antibodies (mAb). The aim of pretargeting is to decrease the radiation burden of the subject and improve image contrast.

    In this work, a low-lipophilicity fluorine-18 labeled tetrazine tracer was developed and used for the pretargeting of mesoporous silicon nanoparticles (NP) and two mAbs, cetuximab and trastuzumab. The pretargeting was carried out utilizing a bioorthogonal reaction called the inverse electron-demand Diels-Alder cycloaddition (IEDDA). The surface of the NPs and mAbs was modified to have trans-cyclooctene (TCO) moieties that rapidly and selectively react with tetrazines upon encounter. The radiolabeling of the aminooxy-functionalized tetrazine was achieved through 18F-fluoroglycosylation via oxime formation. The radiosynthesis was further optimized to omit the HPLC purifications that have been typically necessary for 18F-fluoroglycosylation via oxime formation in order to produce high molar activity end products.

    In in vitro experiments, the stability of the developed tetrazine radiotracer was sufficient for its intended use in in vivo pretargeting, and it rapidly reacted with TCO in reaction kinetic measurements. The lipophilicity of the tracer was low (logD7.41 ≤ 0), and the tracer showed negligible cell uptake in in vitro cell studies. Therefore, fast clearance through urinary elimination was expected, and biodistribution studies corroborated this. However, the rapid renal clearance was accompanied by slower hepatobiliary elimination. In the pretargeting of TCO-NPs, the tracer successfully localized to the nanoparticles and clear correlation between the efficiency of the in vivo IEDDA reaction and the injected amount of tracer was observed. For both of the pretargeted mAbs, the tumor could be clearly visualized in the PET images, and the ex vivo biodistribution confirmed that the radioactivity accumulation at the tumor site was statistically significantly higher in the pretargeted experiments than in the controls for nonspecific uptake.


              Database Administrator - Radiant Solutions - Springfield, VA      Cache   Translate Page      
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              Post Status: WordPress and Blockchain      Cache   Translate Page      

    WordPress is one of the driving forces and great success stories of the open web to date. As an open source platform, it’s become a dominant CMS used by 30% of the web to publish content — on websites large and small.

    WordPress has grown up in an era of evolving challenges: ushering in web standards, adapting for publishing and viewing on all device sizes; building for accessibility by all; establishing its place in the era of expansive and centralized social media platforms; and more.

    Today, we’re faced with a new generation of technologies coming down the pipe, ready to disrupt the current ecosystem. These technologies include blockchain, artificial intelligence, augmented reality, the internet of things, and more I’m sure. It’s the first of these that is the focus of this post and the following conversation.

    I was approached by David Lockie of Pragmatic to discuss how WordPress and blockchain technology may fit together, and how they may not. David and I have both been interested in the cryptocurrency and blockchain space over the past couple of years, and have over time encountered a lot of projects that aim to disrupt or enhance various elements of the web: from DNS to CMS.

    David gathered a group of people for an initial online, open, honest conversation about how WordPress could be impacted, disrupted or take advantage of distributed ledger and blockchain technologies.

    Examples include:

    • Blockchain platforms impacting people’s choice to use WordPress e.g. Steemit
    • Blockchain projects impacting people already using WordPress e.g. Basic Attention Token or Po.et, Civil
    • Cryptocurrencies’ impact on eCommerce and the wider ecosystem, e.g. the Coinbase Commerce merchant gateway
    • What we can learn from blockchain projects’ governance systems and lessons learned
    • Ideas for improving security, integrations, etc
    • Various identity-based projects
    • New environments which may be used to run WordPress, such as decentralized web technologies e.g. Substratum  or MaidSafe.
    • Impact on the talent pool for WordPress professionals
    • General threats and opportunities
    • Discussion of anything new, interesting and relevant in the blockchain/cryptocurrency space
    • All of the above as it relates to open source and the web generally, outside of WordPress

    Our aim for the initial conversation, as well as future conversations is not to advocate specifically for any existing project or to necessarily endorse blockchain as appropriate for WordPress to somehow integrate in any way. It’s to explore what’s out there now, how it could impact WordPress today and in the future, and down the road perhaps how WordPress take advantage of potential opportunities. We are approaching this like a discovery phase — not to get overly excited, but to be informed. And we welcome participants in this conversation.

    This first conversation included the following participants:

    I attempted to reiterate in the call, but I believe it’s important to address this topic with a skeptic’s hat on. By no means do any of us think that it’s a great idea to just go head first in trying to integrate blockchain technology to WordPress. The jury is still very much out in terms of where, how, and even if blockchain brings significant advantages to web applications.

    If you are interested in future discussions, we welcome you! There is currently a channel (#blockchain) in Post Status Slack where people can discuss, and we’ll also announce future video-conference discussions. We may make a more independent place to discuss, blog, etc, in the future depending on how these early conversations go.

    We don’t know exactly where this conversation will go. It may fizzle out, or could evolve into a much broader community effort. The first thing to do, if you are interested to continue this conversation, is just follow along with future conversations, which will be posted here. If you would like to be on the next video call, please contact David or myself.


              Sales and Marketing Coordinator - Canlan Ice Sports - Saskatoon, SK      Cache   Translate Page      
    Assist in the discovery, development and relationship-building opportunities within their market through contact, to create New Customer revenue opportunities...
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              Viral video of rat in hot pot broth shocks China      Cache   Translate Page      
    The discovery of a rat in a bubbling broth served at a Chinese restaurant chain has shocked the nation.
              Discovery. Смертельный улов / Deadliest Catch [14x01-08 из 20] (2018) HDTVRip 720p от GeneralFilm | P2      Cache   Translate Page      





    Название: Смертельный улов

    Оригинальное название: Deadliest Catch

    Год выпуска: 2018

    Жанр: Документальный, приключения, реальное-ТВ

    Выпущено: США, Discovery Channel HD

    Режиссер: Том Бирс

    В ролях: Майк Роу, Сиг Хансен, Эдгар Хансен, Кит Колберн, Джонатан Хиллстренд, Джейк Андерсон, Энди Хиллстренд, Джош Харрис, Фил Харрис



    О фильме: Ловля крабов в Беринговом море у берегов Аляски – работа трудная и чрезвычайно опасная. В новом сезоне шоу «Смертельный улов» не все герои программы настроены оптимистично. Дикий Билл вкладывает все деньги в новое судно, а для братьев Хиллстренд этот сезон грозит стать последним. Сигу не удается найти золотую середину между здоровьем и богатством, а молодые капитаны Джейк и Шон пытаются отстоять своё место во флотилии краболовов. Между тем температура воды в Беринговом море лишь за один прошлый год поднялась на 4 °С, что в 50 раз превышает скорость потепления мирового океана. Как следствие, исчезают крабы и краболовы в панике ищут новые места лова. Капитан Сиг, перенесший инфаркт, готовится к худшему. После трудного прошлого сезона похудевший, трезвый и злой Кит Колберн вновь встает за штурвал. Квоты сокращены, Шон изо всех сил пытается сохранить наследие своего отца. И, наконец, профессиональное будущее Джейка Андерсона находится под вопросом после провального предыдущего сезона.







    Качество: HDTVRip 720p

    Видео: MPEG-4 AVC, ~ 4000 Кбит/с, 1280x720

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    Продолжительность: 8 x ~ 00:44:00

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              Discovery. Смертельный улов / Deadliest Catch [14x01-08 из 20] (2018) HDTVRip от GeneralFilm | P2      Cache   Translate Page      





    Название: Смертельный улов

    Оригинальное название: Deadliest Catch

    Год выпуска: 2018

    Жанр: Документальный, приключения, реальное-ТВ

    Выпущено: США, Discovery Channel HD

    Режиссер: Том Бирс

    В ролях: Майк Роу, Сиг Хансен, Эдгар Хансен, Кит Колберн, Джонатан Хиллстренд, Джейк Андерсон, Энди Хиллстренд, Джош Харрис, Фил Харрис



    О фильме: Ловля крабов в Беринговом море у берегов Аляски – работа трудная и чрезвычайно опасная. В новом сезоне шоу «Смертельный улов» не все герои программы настроены оптимистично. Дикий Билл вкладывает все деньги в новое судно, а для братьев Хиллстренд этот сезон грозит стать последним. Сигу не удается найти золотую середину между здоровьем и богатством, а молодые капитаны Джейк и Шон пытаются отстоять своё место во флотилии краболовов. Между тем температура воды в Беринговом море лишь за один прошлый год поднялась на 4 °С, что в 50 раз превышает скорость потепления мирового океана. Как следствие, исчезают крабы и краболовы в панике ищут новые места лова. Капитан Сиг, перенесший инфаркт, готовится к худшему. После трудного прошлого сезона похудевший, трезвый и злой Кит Колберн вновь встает за штурвал. Квоты сокращены, Шон изо всех сил пытается сохранить наследие своего отца. И, наконец, профессиональное будущее Джейка Андерсона находится под вопросом после провального предыдущего сезона.







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              'Be ultra cautious': strawberry alert issued after suspected copycat incident      Cache   Translate Page      

    Police investigate in Gatton, west of Brisbane, after silver rod found in punnet two days after needles discovered

    Police in Queensland say they are investigating a suspected “copycat” incident after a small silver rod was found in a punnet of strawberries at a supermarket west of Brisbane.

    As police searched for a culprit who put sewing needles in strawberries, the state’s chief medical officer was forced to update her advice following the discovery of the metal rod at a Coles in Gatton on Thursday morning.

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              Research Associate - R&D Partners - Marin, QC      Cache   Translate Page      
    Experience with Meso Scale Discovery (MD) and Molecular Devices plate readers. BioAnalytical Sciences develops analytical methods for detection of drug,...
    From R&D Partners - Fri, 10 Aug 2018 06:51:44 GMT - View all Marin, QC jobs
              ソラコムが「SORACOM Conference “Discovery”」で新サービス・技術を発表――よりIoTを身近なものに      Cache   Translate Page      
     IoTデバイス専用のSIMカードの提供など、IoTプラットフォームを展開するソラコムが7月4日、3回目となるIoTプラットフォーム「SORACOM」に関する最新の技術情報や活用事例を発表する1Dayカンファレンスを開催した。同イベントのオープニングとなるキーノートではソラコム 代表取締役社長の玉川憲氏、最高技術責任者の安川健太氏のほか、パートナー企業のソースネクスト 代表取締役社長の松田憲幸氏、アマゾン ウェブ サービス ジャパン 代表取締役社長の長崎忠雄氏、KDDI ソリューション事業本部 本部長の藤井彰人氏などが登壇。SORACOM Air for セルラー LTE-M版、SORACOM Krypton、SORACOM Lagoonなどの新サービスなどが発表された。
              The Oldest Evidence Of Beer Production Has Been Discovered In Israel      Cache   Translate Page      

    Beer production was occurring as long as 13,000 years ago

    Beer is an alcoholic beverage that has been consumed for countless years. However, a discovery in Israel goes some way to putting an actual date to early beer production.

    According to the Times of Israel, the 60-year debate over whether beer or bread came first might be riled up again after a new study on stone mortars found in Israel dates beer production of being at least 13,000 years old, meaning it is still not quite as old as the oldest evidence of bread. For the record, according to a previous Inquisitr article, the oldest known evidence of bread production dates back 14,400 years, so the gap is definitely closing. Regardless, both processes predate the earliest evidence of grain domestication by about 4,000 years, according to Archaeology.

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              More Than 800 Ancient Egyptian Middle Kingdom Tombs Have Been Discovered That Date Back 4,000 Years      Cache   Translate Page      

    802 Egyptian tombs that date back 4,000 years to the Middle Kingdom have been discovered.

    A huge Egyptian necropolis close to the village of Lisht has been lying in wait in the desert for 4,000 years and archaeologists have announced that 802 tombs that date back to the Middle Kingdom have been discovered in the swirling sands that sit along the edge of the Sahara.

    As National Geographic reports, a major expedition that was fielded by the Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities and the University of Alabama-Birmingham has led to the remarkable discovery of these 802 Egyptian tombs, and even Egyptologists were completely unaware of their existence, according to a statement that was issued by Khaled El-Enany, the minister of Antiquities.

    Professor Sarah Parcak, who works at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, led the recent expedition in Lisht and explained, “What we have at the site is one of the largest corpuses of Middle Kingdom tombs in the entire country of Egypt.”

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              (USA-OR-Grants Pass) Office Specialist 2      Cache   Translate Page      
    Office Specialist 2 Print Apply Office Specialist 2 Salary $30,084.00 - $41,928.00 Annually Location Grants Pass, OR Job Type Permanent Department Human Services-Children, Adults & Families Job Number DHS18-1460 Closing 9/26/2018 11:59 PM Pacific + Description + Benefits + Questions Description DHS18-1460 Ready to put your exceptional office support skills to work? The Office of Children, Adults and Families, which is part of the Oregon Department Of Human Services has an opportunity for an Office Specialist 2 to join their team. If you have excellent organizational skills, detail orientated, multi-task, possess strong communication skills and can meet everyday expectations of our office, we have an excellent opportunity for you! There is ONE permanent full-time opening located in our Grants Pass field office (2101 NW Hawthorne Ave.). This position is represented by a union. The Department of Human Services (DHS) mission is the safety, health and independence for all Oregonians. We help Oregonians in their own communities achieve well-being and independence through opportunities that empower, respect choice, and preserve dignity. DHS is guided by our core values of Integrity, Innovation, Respect, Service Equity, Responsibility, Stewardship and Professionalism. What you will be doing: Reception Support: This position provides phone and reception support for the Child Welfare agency and answers, directs calls and inquiries, as appropriate, in a timely and respectful manner. As reception support, you will greet clients, public and other agency officials at front reception desk, providing assistance as needed, notify appropriate staff of client's arrivals and direct visitors to appropriate meeting rooms. Reception support maintains order in the lobby area according to office policy and direction, distributes client gas vouchers and bus passes, obtaining necessary signatures and maintains daily log of vouchers issued. Discovery Clerk: The Discovery Clerk scans or copies requested items for each lawyer as requested per case needs as well as ongoing monthly Discovery. It is sometimes necessary to deliver Discovery disks to court in person or arrange pick up/delivery with the appropriate people involved. Assist and process records requests. Case Management Coordinator: The Case Management Coordinator (CMC) is support to caseworkers for filing paperwork into case files, close and transfer cases, create case and assessment files, enters person management data into OR-Kids, scanning and saving documents into the case file cabinets, support for placement and services, maintain office labels and informational lists for the office. The CMC assists with creating Purchase Orders, printing medical cards, distributing mail, creating and distributing letters to clients, attorneys and foster families. There are a variety of ongoing duties such as, but not limited to: on occasion shopping with or for client needs, using a Visa Spots card to pay. If assigned a Spots Visa card, purchases are reconciled on your visa log and reconciled with the visa statement. Support to the records clerk to expunge records as needed, as well as archiving duties. Photos are processed for our PS unit, room scheduling, printed and displayed in our office and our CMC unit processes employee ID badges. Process referrals for Mental Health/CANS. Many ad hoc duties come up daily as well. WORKING CONDITIONS Working for DHS Child Welfare can be stressful with many unexpected deadlines, rush court order, working with multiple manuals, policy, computer screens, file forms, other agencies and community partners. Regular attendance and teamwork are a necessary part of this position. This position also receives and exposed to angry, hostile parents and family members around the children we serve. This is what you need to qualify: Two years of general clerical experience, one year of which included typing, word processing, or other experience generating documents; OR An Associate's degree in Office Occupations or Office Technology; OR Graduation from a private school of business with a Certificate in Office Occupations or Office Technology and one year of general clerical experience. College courses in Office Occupations or Office Technology will substitute for the required experience on a year-for-year basis. If you are using education to qualify, you must attach transcripts. Requirements for position: Successful candidates for this position must pass a Criminal Justice Information Systems (CJIS) fingerprint-based background check and maintain CJIS eligibility. Due to CJIS requirements related to system access, the following convictions are likely to result in being disqualified for this position: Felony Convictions, Computer theft, identify theft and fraud. CJIS Clearance is done at the conditional job offer. We are looking for candidates with a work history that demonstrates skill with the following: + Demonstrated experience with multi-line phone. + Experience performing general office duties. + Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office applications including Word, Excel, and Outlook. + Experience in providing customer service by phone, in person and in writing. + Experience providing information to the public. + Experience working with confidential, time sensitive information. + Experience working in a team environment. + Ability to complete multiple tasks with frequent interruptions. + Ability to examine documents for correct, complete information. + Ability to communicate with a wide range of customers/clients. Only candidates who meet the qualifications for this position and with work experience most closely meeting the requested skills of this position will be invited to an interview. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION *** COMING 2018*** The State of Oregon is implementing a new Human Resource Information System (HRIS), Workday. Workday will provide the latest technology in the areas of recruitment and retention. Veteran's Points: Eligible veterans who meet the qualifications will be give veterans' preference. To receive preference, veterans must attach appropriate documentation as outlined by the Department of Administrative Services at the following website: Veterans Resources. Veterans may also call the Oregon Department of Veterans' Affairs at 1-800-692-9666. Questions and inquiries regarding this recruitment may be directed to: Kathie Brostrom, Workforce Recruitment Consultant 503-753-0221 Kathie.BROSTROM@dhsoha.state.or.us TTY users please contact the Oregon Telecommunications Relay Service: 1-800-735-2900 and ask the Telecommunications Assistant to connect you to 503-945-5698 (TTY Users). If you need an alternate format of the application or assistance to participate in the hiring process please contact our ADA Office at, ADA.DHS@dhsoha.state.or.us If you are offered employment, the offer will be contingent upon the outcome of an abuse check, criminal records check and driving records check, and the information shall be shared with the DHS, Office of Human Resources (OHR). Any criminal or founded abuse history will be reviewed and could result in the withdrawal of the offer or termination of employment. PLEASE CONSIDER JOINING US! The Oregon Department of Human Services/Oregon Health Authority is committed to affirmative action, equal employment opportunity and workplace diversity. Qualifications, Required & Requested Skills Core benefits Medical, vision and dental insurance + Comprehensive medical, dental and vision plans for the employee and qualified family members + $5,000 in employee basic life insurance Retirement benefits + Membership in the Public Employees Retirement System (PERS)/Oregon Public Service Retirement Plan (OPSRP) + Employer paid defined benefit and defined contribution programs **Effective November 1, 2016, SEIU represented employees who are Public Employee Retirement System (PERS) participating members will have their base salary increased by 6.95%. Upon becoming a PERS participating member, SEIU employees pay the employee 6% contribution to PERS. Paid leaves and other benefits + Sick leave earned at the rate of 8 hours per a month with no maximum accumulation + Vacation leave earned at a minimum rate of 8 hours per month with accrual rate increases at 5-year increments + 24 hours personal leave earned each fiscal year + Ten paid holidays a year The state also provides access to an innovative Employee Assistance Program that offers work-life counseling, along with homeowner, legal and family resources. Optional benefits + Term life (employee, spouse or domestic partner, and dependents + Long-term and short-term disability + Accidental Death and Dismemberment + Long-term care (self and eligible family members) + Flexible spending accounts + Option to enroll in the Oregon Savings Growth Plan, a deferred compensation program offering a wide variety of investment options. The following information describes typical benefits available for employees. Actual benefits received may differ by position or branch of government or be prorated for other than full time work.
              (USA-VA-Norfolk) Junior or Senior System Administrator (eDTRM)      Cache   Translate Page      
    Overview Position: Senior System Administrator (2 openings); Junior System Administrator (1 opening) Location: Primary location in DC area/Pentagon, but may be in Hampton Roads as well POP: This contract is CONTINGENT upon award, but estimated POP is 18Dec2018 - 17Dec2022 Clearance: In-scope Top Secret is required. Clearance must be verifiable in JPAS. Joint Staff J6 (JS J6) Information Technology and Knowledge Engineering Support (IT/KE) OBJECTIVE AND SCOPE: The contractor shall provide non-personal services to support the JS J6 DD CIO/ITS mission in four key functional areas: Knowledge Engineering, Information Technology Support, Information Technology (IT) Project Management, and eDocument, Task and Records Management (eDTRM). Knowledge Engineering (KE). The Joint Staff J6 Deputy Directorate for CIO/ITS provides technology synergy and requirements assistance to the Directorates, Senior Leadership, and the National Military Command Center via a team of embedded or centrally managed Knowledge Engineers. The team enables synergy by integrating requirements, initiatives, and developments to leverage JS knowledge and information to facilitate the JS decision-making process. Information Technology Support (ITS). The Joint Staff has outsourced IT and network service to external organizations. The Information Technology Support team serves as the advocate to these external service providers for the Joint Staff users. The ITS team will actively monitor trouble ticket queues and identify languishing tickets that need action on by the service providers. Additionally, the ITS team will connect and configure Joint Worldwide Intelligence Communications System (JWICS) end user devices such as thin clients, Top Secret Voice Over Internet phones, and printers. Information Technology (IT) Project Management. The Joint Staff J6 Deputy Directorate for CIO/ITS provides IT project management assistance to the Directorates, Senior Leadership, and the National Military Command Center via a team of centrally managed Project Managers. The team will be TS/SCI eligible and complete projects execution using guidance from the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK), and by providing IT technical analysis and oversight to ensure successful delivery from external service providers. eDocument, Task and Records Management (eDTRM). The joint Staff’s eDocument, Task and Records Management (eDTRM) Solution is comprised of Alfresco’s DoD 5015.2 compliant Enterprise Records Management (ERM) system, integrated with the Joint Staff Action Processing (JSAP) system to ensure that records are maintained and tracked through appropriate classification and disposition schedules. This includes full life-cycle management from receipt, control of metadata and image, tasking Joint Staff Directorates, Services, and other DoD agencies for action and records. Responsibilities Operations, Maintenance, and Administration of Enterprise Records Management(ERM), and Joint Staff Action Processing (JSAP) Systems: The following applications will be supported for ERM; Alfresco Enterprise, Alfresco Records Management, LibreOffice, ImageMagick. The following applications will be supported for JSAP; BizFlow, JasperSoft The contractor shall provide qualified professionals to perform on-site operations and maintenance for ERM and JSAP applications deployed in the NIPRNet and SIPRNet environments that include Pre-Production (UAT/Staging) and Production as required. The Contractor shall ensure the ERM and JSAP systems have uptimes of at least 98% (not counting planned outages), and provide on-site support Monday through Friday from 7 AM to 6 PM except for Federal Holidays and periods of approved scheduled maintenance. On-site support includes but is not limited to: Bug identification, tracking and resolution Assist with adding users to the systems and configuring access level permissions Manage and update user access rights, data schemas, integration with applications Monitoring and maintaining the operational integrity of the system during operation cycles Maintaining and scaling technical architecture as needed to meet usage demands, Assisting with database updates Integrate new production releases in support of changes, enhancements, and integration of new systems Modify or enhance existing applications per customer requirements and adhere to established change management processes Tracking system activities via logs, status reports, matrices, and statistical information and analysis and making recommendations for action Making system updates as needed to ensure compatibility with the most current browsers, operating systems, and devices Ensuring system optimization through research, recommendations and implementation of solutions that improve efficiency Application performance monitoring and reporting Respond to incident tickets, outage notifications (phone, email, in person) Update and patch deployment to suite of applications within Alfresco Ensure all processes, manual and automated, are documented in the operating procedures Manage and control configuration and changes to the system Development, User Acceptance Testing and Issue Resolution: As required on a case by case basis, development, user acceptance testing and issue-resolution may occur and may require agreed upon sustainment. These efforts will be approved on a case-by-case basis by the COR. This will include the following activities: The contractor shall capture requirements to build out the Chairman’s Correspondence (CPC) workflow when directed by Government. The contractor shall support the export of CPC data that needs to be exported into the Alfresco repository and be readily accessible by the customer. The contractor will conduct User Acceptance Testing (UATs) for completed workflows, bug fixes and new releases. The contractor will conduct Train-the-Trainer training for any newly developed workflows and provide the SJS Training Team with User Guides that can be leveraged to develop formal training guides. The contractor will support the development reports utilizing the JasperSoft tool and provide ad hoc support as required. The contractor shall support system connection to the Correspondence and Task Management System (CATMS). The contractor shall capture requirements to build out the eDiscovery (ED) workflow when directed. by the Government. Qualifications Clearance: An in-scope Top Secret is required and it must be verificable in JPAS. Education and Experience: TheSenior Systems Administratorsupporting this task will have a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in a curriculum or career field of study in Computer Science or Information Systems with a minimum of 6 years of below task related experience; ORan Associate’s degree from an accredited college or university in a curriculum or career field of study in Computer Science or Information Systems with a minimum of 8 years of below task related experience; ORapplicable certified training from appropriate software vendors with a minimum of 10 years of below task related experience. The Junior Systems Administratorsupporting this task will have a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in a curriculum or career field of study in Computer Science or Information Systems with a minimum of 3 years of below task related experience; ORan Associate’s degree from an accredited college or university in a curriculum or career field of study in Computer Science or Information Systems with a minimum of 6 years of below task related experience; ORapplicable certified training from appropriate software vendors with a minimum of 8 years of below task related experience. Additionally,all System Administratorswill be certified in compliance with DoDD 8570.01M at an IAT Level 2 (This means Sec+ CE certified or equivalent, PLUS an applicable OS/CE certification). This contractor and subcontractor shall abide by the requirements of 41 CFR 60-1.4(a), 60-300.5(a) and 60-741.5(a). These regulations prohibit discrimination against qualified individuals based on their status as protected veterans or individuals with disabilities, and prohibit discrimination against all individuals based on their race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. Moreover, these regulations require that covered prime contractors and subcontractors take affirmative action to employ and advance in employment individuals without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, protected veteran status or disability. Per EO 11246, this federal contractor and subcontractor will refrain from discharging, or otherwise discriminating against, employees or applicants who inquire about, discuss, or disclose their compensation or the compensation of other employees or applicants. An exception exists where the employee or applicant makes the disclosure based on information obtained in the course of performing his or her essential job functions. #S2 ID2018-1213 # of Openings3 CategoryInformation Technology
              UK Tour Of Classic Children's Book GUESS HOW MUCH I LOVE YOU Comes To The Epstein Theatre Next Month      Cache   Translate Page      

    The much-loved classic children's book, Guess How Much I Love You, will play across the UK this autumn and visits Liverpool's Epstein Theatre on Tue 16 and Wed 17 October.

    Following a West End run at the Arts Theatre and spring tour earlier this year, Selladoor Family and ABA International Touring UK announce the autumn tour of the stage adaptation of this world-famous book, published by Walker Books - written by Sam McBratney and illustrated by Anita Jeram.

    Join Little and Big Nutbrown Hare, from the best-selling Guess How Much I Love You and I Love You All Year Round collection, as they leap off the page and onto the stage in this magical journey through the seasons.

    Watch and join in as Little and Big Nutbrown Hare settle down after a bedtime story and re-awaken to discover the delights and colours of each season as they compete to measure their love for each other in this timeless loveable story.

    Cast includes Gemma Higgins as Little Nutbrown Hare, Daniel Harkin as Big Nutbrown Hare and Jessica Dives as Mother Nature.

    Guess How Much I Love You is directed by Anna Fox, with music composed by Harry Sever and movement by Lucie Pankhurst. Sound design is by Yvonne Gilbert and lighting design by Charlie Morgan Jones. Explore this playful story of love and nature as it unfolds on stage through puppets, live music and interactive play for children aged 3 and up.

    This family favourite is brought to life by Selladoor Family, the producers behind James And The Giant Peach, Seussical and The Owl And The Pussycat and ABA International Touring (UK)Ltd whose current tours include What the Ladybird Heard, Hairy Maclary and Friends, and Shark in the Park.

    David Hutchinson Executive Creative Producer for Selladoor says "Following our short UAE tour in 2017 and a successful season in the West End and UK, we are delighted to bring Sam McBratney's beautiful story of friendship and discovery this Autumn, with Anita Jeram's beloved illustrations hopping from page to stage. Adapted faithfully from the household favourite book, Guess How Much I Love You is an affectionate, gentle and interactive story that both parents and children can enjoy together as the perfect introduction into live theatre."

    To book tickets please call 0844 888 4411* or go online at www.epsteinliverpool.co.uk * or in person at The Epstein Theatre Box Office from 12pm - 6pm Monday - Saturday.


              MAXI Бархатцы Discovery Orange - 25 шт      Cache   Translate Page      
    Бархатцы Discovery (tagetes erecta Discovery) Исключительно компактные и самые низкорослые среди прямостоячих густомахровых бархатцев! Лучшая серия низкорослых бархатцев на рынке. Очень аккуратный компактный пушистый куст, обильное цветение и устойчивость к неприхотливость. Великолепное растение для клумб и ковровых цветников. Период выращивания: 8-10 недель Высота растения: 23 см Кол-во семян в упаковке - 25 шт
              MAXI Бархатцы Discovery Yellow - 25 шт      Cache   Translate Page      
    Бархатцы Discovery (tagetes erecta Discovery) Исключительно компактные и самые низкорослые среди прямостоячих густомахровых бархатцев! Лучшая серия низкорослых бархатцев на рынке. Очень аккуратный компактный пушистый куст, обильное цветение и устойчивость к неприхотливость. Великолепное растение для клумб и ковровых цветников. Период выращивания: 8-10 недель Высота растения: 23 см Кол-во семян в упаковке - 25 шт
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              Wat Phnom in Phnom Penh, Cambodia      Cache   Translate Page      

    Wat Phnom temple.

    Built in 1372, the temple of Wat Phnom stands on the only hill in Phnom Penh, which lent the the Cambodian capital its name. According to legend, the temple was originally built to house four statues of the Buddha found in a tree floating in the nearby river.

    Back in 1372, or so the story goes, a wealthy widower named Daun Penh came across a fallen koki tree floating in the river near her home. Inside the tree she found four bronze statues of the Buddha. Amazed by this discovery, Penh and her neighbors built a temporary shrine on a piece of raised ground near her house. The locals called the small hill Phnom Penh, or "Penh's Hill," in her honor.

    About 60 years later, King Ponhea Yat, the last king of the Khmer Empire, moved to Phnom Penh. He gave the order to increase the size of the hill, and to build a wooden temple atop it. This was the first rebuilding of Wat Phnom—one of many over the following centuries—and the remains of Ponhea Yat are still housed in a stupa behind the main temple.

    The main temple was rebuilt in 1434, 1806, 1894, and 1926. Its importance rose and fell over the years, depending on the whims of kings, and extensive renovations were made to fit the ideologies of various rulers, including the Khmer Rouge and Pol Pot. New shrines and statues have been added, and the original walls plastered and painted over on numerous occasions.

    Today, the temple is an amalgam of styles and structures from across its more than 600-year history, including gardens built by the French in the late 19th century and shrines that represent Taoist, Confucian, and Hindu beliefs.

    The grand main entrance runs up the eastern stairway, its path guarded by lions and naga, the mythical snakes of Hinduism and Buddhism. Inside the temple sits a large bronze Buddha, the walls covered by paintings that tell his story, and murals that recount the Reamker, the Khmer version of the Ramayana.

    Many more shrines dot the sides and base of the hill, but few are more important than the shrine to Daun Penh, the supposed founder of the wat. The front of her shrine is often crowded with people leaving offerings of food and praying to Daun Penh, and many women come here to pay tribute to the temple's female founder.

    Other notable features include a little shrine dedicated to the spirit or genie Preah Chau, which is thought to offer protection from enemies and is especially popular among the Vietnamese community. There's also the over 200-foot-wide flower clock, originally a gift from France in the 1960s, but replaced in 2000 by a new version given as a gift by China.


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              Nutrition News 12th September       Cache   Translate Page      

    The importance of measuring blood pressure history

    A new study published in JAMA Cardiology suggests that algorithms that predict risk of cardiovascular disease would be moremore blood pressure readings accurate is they included more, longer-term readings of blood pressure than if they were using single systolic blood pressure measurements.

    The study looked at 11,767 adults and found that the cardiovascular disease
    risk prediction model’s accuracy could be improved by adding long-term measurements.

    Lead author, Lindsay Pool, PhD, Feinberg School of Medicine, Northwestern University, Chicago, Illinois said in this Medscape article, “"We have shown that the accuracy of classification for an individual's risk of future cardiovascular events improves with the use of a cumulative measure of blood pressure. It
    gives us a better sense of who has been classified correctly as high or low risk”.

    Whole grains found to be one of the most important food groups for type 2 diabetes prevention

    Researchers at Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, have found that it doesn’t matter what type of whole grain is consumed, as long as it’s a whole grain it can contribute to the prevention of type 2 diabetes.

    Numerous prior studies had confirmed the positive impact of whole grain on the prevention of type 2 diabetes but no study, before now, had examined the role
    of different whole grain sources. This study, as published in The Journal of Nutrition, found consistent associations between high whole grain intake and lower risk of type 2 diabetes and an association was found for all the different cereals and whole grain products (wheat, rye, oats) that were tested.

    Rikard Landberg, Professor in Food and Health at Chalmers University of Technology, and senior researcher on the study told Science Daily in this article, "We wanted to see if there was a difference between different cereals. One might expect there would be, because they contain different types of dietary fibre and bioactive substances, which have been shown to influence risk factors for type 2 diabetes."

    The study included more than 55,000 participants and found whole grains, of all types, to have a positive impact on the prevention of type 2 diabetes.
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    Increasing time between meals could lead to a healthier, longer life

    A new study, published in Cell Metabolism, has found that longer fasting times between meals could have a positive impact on our overall health and longevity.

    It investigated the impact of daily fasting times, without a reduction of calories and regardless of the type of diet.

    The study’s lead author, Rafael de Cabo, Ph.D., chief of the Translational Gerontology Branch of the NIA Intramural Research Program, theorised in this article, “Perhaps this extended daily fasting period enables repair and maintenance mechanisms that would be absent in a continuous exposure to food."

    New research suggests we inherit “good fats” from our mothers

    Described as a “groundbreaking discovery in obesity research”, researchers from the University of Southern Denmark have found a new function of the gene H19, where it performs a form of gene control in brown fat cells.

    The study found that genes from our mothers typically lead to the development of brown fat tissue, whereas paternally-derived genes lead to the development of white fat tissue. Brown fat cells are proven to burn calories whilst white fat cells, in excess, lead to obesity.

    Your thoughts

    This collection of new research articles has been collated for your interest. We’d be interested to hear your thoughts on the Metabolics Facebook or Twitter pages or in the comments below.

    Alison Astill-Smith author Alison is Director and Founder of Metabolics who writes about Metabolics updates, events and natural healthcare. Her experience and passion for natural supplements and healthcare comes from her years of experience as a practising osteopath, having founded Metabolics in her search for high quality, natural products in her own work. Alison has been a qualified and practising Osteopath since 1981 and regularly gives seminars on a range of healthcare subjects to the wider practitioner community helping share her knowledge and experience. You can find her on Google+ Alison Claire.


              BUSINESS WIRE: Boehringer Ingelheim Acquires All ViraTherapeutics Shares to Develop Next Generation Viral-Based Immuno-Oncology Therapies      Cache   Translate Page      
    MITTEILUNG UEBERMITTELT VON BUSINESS WIRE. FUER DEN INHALT IST ALLEIN DAS BERICHTENDE UNTERNEHMEN VERANTWORTLICH.Boehringer Ingelheim exercises its option to acquire all shares of oncolytic virus company ViraTherapeuticsViraTherapeutics will operate in Innsbruck, Austria as a distinct unit of Boehringer Ingelheim’s Discovery...
              The Oldest Evidence Of Beer Production Has Been Discovered In Israel      Cache   Translate Page      

    Beer production was occurring as long as 13,000 years ago

    Beer is an alcoholic beverage that has been consumed for countless years. However, a discovery in Israel goes some way to putting an actual date to early beer production.

    According to the Times of Israel, the 60-year debate over whether beer or bread came first might be riled up again after a new study on stone mortars found in Israel dates beer production of being at least 13,000 years old, meaning it is still not quite as old as the oldest evidence of bread. For the record, according to a previous Inquisitr article, the oldest known evidence of bread production dates back 14,400 years, so the gap is definitely closing. Regardless, both processes predate the earliest evidence of grain domestication by about 4,000 years, according to Archaeology.

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              How white blood cells could hold the key to understanding schizophrenia      Cache   Translate Page      

    Australian scientists make a remarkable discovery about what is lurking in the brains of people with schizophrenia, giving them new clues about what might cause the illness, and hope for better drug treatments.


               Even MORE strawberries are sabotaged as a copycat spikes another pack with a needle       Cache   Translate Page      
    The discovery of yet another 'thin metal object' in a punnet of strawberries in Brisbane has sparked investigations of copy-cat attempts to sabotage strawberries across Australia.
               Discovery of nuggets worth $15million could cause a 'mini gold rush' in Aussie outback       Cache   Translate Page      
    A struggling mining town in outback Western Australia could be on the verge of a 'mini gold rush' after the discovery of $15million worth of gold-encrusted rocks.
              Sr. Manager eDiscovery - Morrison & Foerster - San Francisco, CA      Cache   Translate Page      
    Identify, design, and apply responsive quality control processes and improvements for the discovery process. Morrison &amp; Foerster LLP, an Am Law 50 law firm with...
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    MA-Field Service, A career with EMD Serono is an ongoing journey of discovery: our 52,000 people are shaping how the world lives, works and plays through next generation advancements in healthcare, life science and performance materials. For 350 years and across the world we have passionately pursued our curiosity to find novel and vibrant ways of enhancing the lives of others. EMD Serono is a business of Merck KGa
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    Discovery Communications announced deals to have its channels carried on web TV services offered by Hulu and SlingTV, giving the company more reach on the new generation of online “skinny” pay-TV bundles.

              The Changelog 314: Kubernetes brings all the Cloud Natives to the yard      Cache   Translate Page      

    We talk with Dan Kohn, the Executive Director of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation to catch up with all things cloud native, the CNCF, and the world of Kubernetes.

    Dan updated us on the growth KubeCon / CloudNativeCon, the state of Cloud Native and where innovation is happening, serverless being on the rise, and Kubernetes dominating the enterprise.

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              BIA Launches New Online Social Media Discovery Portal for Investigating Insurance-Related Claims      Cache   Translate Page      

    Secure data collection process is guided by licensed private investigators, digital forensics professionals and attorneys

    (PRWeb September 13, 2018)

    Read the full story at https://www.prweb.com/releases/bia_launches_new_online_social_media_discovery_portal_for_investigating_insurance_related_claims/prweb15755008.htm


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              9 Science & History Comics That Might Actually Teach You Something      Cache   Translate Page      

    Science & History Comics That Might Actually Teach You Something

    We like to make comics here at CollegeHumor - and occasionally when we're making funny/goofy drawings, we like to TRY to teach you something. A few things about science, maybe a bit of history every now and then - nothing fancy, just enough so that you don't feel like you've completely wasted your time and might walk away with a little nugget of knowledge.

    So here are 9 comics that will teach you SEVERAL nuggets of knowledge!



    1. If Humans Gave Birth Like Other Animals

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    3. 5 Scientific Tricks for Feeling Less Like Garbage

    Force yourself to smile

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    Everybody knows that when people are happy, they smile, but can the reverse also be true? What about when you feel like a flaming trash-heap, and smiling feels like the last thing you would ever be capable of doing?

    Well, studies have shown that MAKING yourself smile can actually cause a chemical reaction in your brain that releases the hormones dopamine and serotonin, which make you feel happier and less stressed. I know that seems incredibly stupid, but our BRAINS are also incredibly stupid, so it all adds up in the end.

    Adopt a confident posture

    how to feel better - take power poses

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    Smiling to generate happiness isn't the only way that our brains work in exactly the opposite way we think they should; the same rules apply to our CONFIDENCE as well.

    If you're anything like me, then odds are, at this exact moment, you aren't in what one would call a "power pose." You're probably slumped over, shoulders hunched, head down, slowly caving in on yourself like you're in a lifelong process of implosion. Now try this: straighten up, pull back your shoulders, raise your chin, maybe even put your hands on your hips like Superman. Feels better, right?

    Studies have shown that just standing in a more confident manner actually MAKES you feel more confident and powerful. It tricks your brain into thinking the confident version of yourself is in charge now, and is ready to GET SHIT DONE. You may look like a giant dingus doing this, but who's gonna step to a person as confident as you? NO ONE, that's who.

    Learn how to complain effectively

    how to feel better - complain intelligently

    Jacob Andrews/Collegehumor

    It's no surprise that complaining all the time can be a one-way ticket to Bummertown, Population: YOU and no one else because everyone is sick of listening to you. What MAY come  as a surprise however, is that complaining EFFECTIVELY can have the exact opposite impact.

    Effective complaining involves stating your problem in a way that invites solutions and change. If you complain to your friend about your slow internet for 2 hours, you're going to be even MORE pissed about your slow internet. If you complain to the CABLE COMPANY about your slow internet for two hours, and then they come fix your internet, you end up feeling more empowered and positive about your ability to create change in your life.

    AND your internet is faster! Win-win!

    Say positive things about yourself (even if you don't believe them)

    how to feel better - be nice to yourself

    Jacob Andrews/Collegehumor

    This is another one of those weird brain chemistry things that seems like bullshit, but DOES work for some reason. Bear with me here: as it turns out, the things you say aloud actually impact the neural pathways in your brain, forming connections between your words and your feelings about yourself.

    If you are constantly putting yourself down, your brain will start to believe that you DESERVE to feel bad. On the other hand, if you make a concerted effort to only say POSITIVE things about yourself, even if you don't actually think the things are true, your brain will eventually start to BELIEVE those things and will form new neural pathways in regards to your self-image.

    Your words are literally fucking magic spells that shape your own personal reality to your whims. Our brains don't make any sense.

    When in doubt, hug it out

    how to feel better - hug

    Jacob Andrews/Collegehumor

    If all else fails, just find yourself a buddy and give them a big ol' hug. Hugging someone does WAY MORE than just feel real nice for a minute. It causes the release of the chemical oxytocin, which promotes bonding between people, reduces stress, and even lowers blood pressure.

    Some studies have shown that oxytocin can actually improve immune function and pain tolerance as well. ALL OF THIS FROM A HUG. What are you even waiting for? Go hug someone right now!

     




    4. 6 Common Words That Used to Mean Something TOTALLY Different

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    6. 6 Reasons Being an Old-Timey Sailor was Actually Awful

    The Golden Age of Sailing was often pretty harrowing (not to mention disgusting) for the people who sailed on those beautiful ships. Between poor living conditions, cruel punishments and the constant threat of violence, a life at sea certainly wasn't all grog and shanties. Here are just a FEW reasons that being an old-timey sailor was THE WORST:

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    7. 6 Animals That Are Basically Real-Life Cryptids

    Mythology and folklore have given us stories of all kinds of crazy animals, from dragons to mothmen to extremely rude-looking magical raccoons. But if you're really looking for monsters, just look outside! Turns out the natural world is full of creatures just as strange, eerie and ridiculous as anything from a poorly-sourced cryptozoolgy blog.

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    8. The Tale of Julie D'Aubigny (History Lesson)

    Welcome to "History Is Rad," where we recount historical events and figures that were probably never taught to you in school, even though they totally should have been (because they're rad). Today, we will tell you about the life of Julie D'Aubigny, otherwise known as "La Maupin" or "the most badass swordfighting bisexual gender queer professional opera singer rogue who ever lived."



    The Tale of Julie D'Aubigny:

    The Swashbuckling Bisexual Genderqueer Opera Singer Your History Teacher Never Taught You About

    Julie D'Aubigny was born into the court of King Louis XIV of France in 1673. Unlike other young women in such positions, Julie learned fencing, reading, and drawing - thanks in part to her father's occupation had him training the other court pages.

    And most unlike other girls of her age and situation, she was known to often dress as a boy.



    Her reputation as a wild spirit truly began when - while in the midst of an affair with a fencing master - she fled Paris with her lover after he had killed a man in an illegal duel.

    They made their way on the road by singing at local pubs and taverns (D'Aubigny had a legendarily beautiful singing voice) and by giving fencing showcases for locals - during which D'Aubigny would frequently dress as a man, although not attempt to conceal her gender. At one stop, a man accused D'Aubigny of actually being a man, as he felt no woman could be so talented at fencing. D'Aubigny responded by removing her blouse, which settled that.



    What truly cemented Julie D'Aubigny as a next-level historical rogue was her affair with a young woman whose name has been lost over time. Upon discovery of the affair, her parents sent her away to a convent...and D'Aubigny followed, introducing herself as a traveler looking to join as a nun.

    She and her lover plotted an escape that would allow them freedom from the woman's family - D'Aubigny stole the body of an elderly nun who had died in the night, placed it in her lover's bed, and set the entire room ablaze to give the appearance her lover had died.

    The deception was discovered, however - and D'Aubigny was tried in absentia and sentenced to death...by fire.



    She and her lover went on their separate ways eventually - and D'Aubigny one day found herself accidentally bumping into a nobleman, who immediately challenged her to a duel (not realizing she was a woman). They dueled, and D'Aubigny won, driving her blade through his shoulder.

    Instead of seeking vengeance, the nobleman apologized - and she nursed him back to health, after which they became lovers.



    After getting a pardon from the King (to deal with that whole "death by fire" situation), D'Aubigny was able to pursue a career at the famous Paris Opera - where she sang for years, and became a favorite of audiences and critics alike thanks to her singing talents and acting prowess. She starred in every one of the Opera's major productions from 1690 - 1694, and became known simply as "La Maupin" (after her first - long-since-abandoned - husband).



    Of course, she was still the same firebrand as before - and after kissing a young woman at a soiree while dressed as a man, three noblemen challenged her to separate duels. She told all of them to meet her outside - where she proceeded to duel them all simultaneously AND WON. Why does famous duel-loser Alexander Hamilton get a musical and bisexual genderqueer nun-conning opera star fencing legend La Maupin doesn't?!

    Anyways, duels had been made illegal in Paris, so La Maupin was forced to flee to Brussels (where she took up with the Elector of Bavaria, stabbed herself on-stage with an actual dagger, and threw away 40,000 francs out of spite, etc. Just your usual La Maupin stuff.)



    Her last relationship was an intense affair with the Madame la Marquise de Florensac - until de Florensac died of a sudden fever a few years into their relationship. La Maupin could not deal with the death of de Florensac, and retired from the opera in 1705.

    And while the precise details of her last days are anecdotal, she supposedly took refuge in - of all places - a convent, where she soon passed away at the age of 33.






    9. Why Ching Shih Was The Greatest Pirate Who Ever Lived (History Lesson)

    Welcome to "History Is Rad," where we recount historical events and figures that were probably never taught to you in school, even though they totally should have been (because they're rad). Today, we will tell you about the life of Ching Shih, who was possibly the greatest pirate lord who ever lived and basically all of the most badass Game of Thrones characters combined into one human being.

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    Ching Shih's early life remains a mystery - but we know she was working as a prostitute when she was taken by pirates and married to their leader, Cheng I.

    She was no ordinary wife - Ching Shih took on her new role with gusto, becoming a partner in her husband's life as a pirate and joining him in raids and attacks. And with her help, Cheng I was able to create an alliance of Cantonese pirate fleets - creating the Red Flag Fleet, which boasted over 300 ships and between 20,000 - 40,000 pirates in its ranks.

    So, she went from "prostitute from Nowheresville" to "Pirate Queen" almost instantly. Pretty rad.



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    It wasn't long after that Cheng I died - and while he had named his adopted son Cheung Po Tsai as his heir, Ching Shih used her wits and charm to gain the loyalty of the essential captains of the Red Flag Fleet and take over as commander. And to solidify her leadership, she took Cheung Po Tsai as her second-in-command and eventual husband.

    And with that, Ching Shih became the most powerful pirate lord of the Qing Dynasty. Like, she is almost exactly Daenerys Targaryen except real.



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    Shih knew maintaining a pirate fleet so massive could easily fall apart if she didn't rule with an iron fist - so she set out her own code of laws:

    1. Anyone giving orders that did not come from Ching Shih or her lieutenants or disobeying the orders of their superior was immediately beheaded.

    2. Anyone caught stealing from the group's funds or from villagers who assisted the pirates would be severely punished.

    3. All stolen booty had to be presented to a group, so that everyone could inspect the goods and evenly distributed by the fleet leader.

    4. When actual money or gold was taken, it was to be given to the fleet leader - who would give a small portion to the person who stole the cash. Most of the money was used to purchase supplies for less successful ships to keep everyone properly provisioned.

    "Immediate beheading" might sound like kinda a harsh punishment for not following orders, but then again WHY WOULDN'T YOU FOLLOW THE ORDERS OF THIS PIRATE QUEEN?

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    The consequences for violating these laws included flogging, clapping in irons, quartering, and disfigurement (in addition to beheading). And there were even a special set of laws dictating what would happen to female captives in particular - raping a woman was an immediate death sentence, and consensual sex between a pirate and a female captive would result in them BOTH being put to death (the pirate by beheading, the woman by drowning). And if a pirate in her fleet took a captive as their wife, they were required to remain faithful  to her.

    The result of these laws and their strict enforcement was one of the most disciplined, powerful pirate forces in recorded history. So, there was a little Euron Greyjoy in there too. Like, 20% Euron Greyjoy and 80% Daenerys Targaryen - AND without all of Daenerys' plot armor.



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    The Red Flag Fleet sailed up and down coastal China - sacking villages and markets, plundering ships, and defeating various armies and mercenaries that got in their way. Forces from the Qing Dynasty, the Portuguese Navy, and the East India Company attempted to take on the Red Flag Fleet, but were met with bitter defeat at every outing.

    HBO, I know Game of Thrones is ending - MAKE A SHOW ABOUT THIS NEXT, OKAY?



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    Those who defied or fought back against Ching Shih met with gruesome fates - in one instance, a village who put together a militia to resist the Red Flag Fleet lost 80 men to beheading, and most of the women and children were captured and sold into slavery. When the Chinese Imperial Army sent a massive force to dismantle Shih's fleet, they lost 63 ships - and one captured officer was nailed to the ship's deck and brutally beaten. A Navy Admiral by the name of Kwo Lang committed suicide to evade capture and torture the Red Flag Fleet was infamous for.

    But, there's no way ANYONE could keep this kind of thing going indefinitely, right? She had to get taken down eventually - after all, she was an INFAMOUS PIRATE LORD WHO MADE PEOPLE KILL THEMSELVES IN TERROR. That kind of reputation can't go unpunished.

    Oh wait no it totally can.



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    Years of their infamy took their toll - more and more challengers began pursuing the Red Flag Fleet, and they began suffering defeats. Seizing on the opportunity, the Chinese government offered amnesty to all pirates, hoping to dilute the fleet's power - Ching Shih took the offer, and became one of the few legendary pirates to ever live long enough to retire.

    She was able to negotiate to keep her loot, have her slate wiped clean, and opened up a gambling house. She died at the age of 69. NICE.

     


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    Researchers have made a surprising discovery: during fetal development, a particular immune cell seems to play a key role in determining the male or female characteristics of the brain.
              The Great Big List of Fall Day Trips in New Jersey and Beyond!      Cache   Translate Page      
    It's finally here! My great big list of Fall day trip ideas in New Jersey (and some beyond, too)! Fall is such a great time to get out and explore. There are so many things to do and places to visit. I've compiled this list of handy links, and I've included an interactive Google map, too. You can zoom in on it and click on each destination for more details. The map is printable, too!


    You might've seen my Great Big List of Spring Break Day Trips and my Great Big List of Summer Day Trips. This list is similar, with some favorite Fall attractions added in. One of the nicest things to do in Autumn is go on nature walks, so this time I included a section of outdoor hiking ideas, too. Have an idea that's not on my list? Feel free to tell me about it in the comments section below!

    Don't forget to scroll down to the interactive Google trip map!

    Outdoor Autumn Day Trip Ideas

    Please check with each individual venue for seasonal hours and operating times. Some are only open on weekends or during certain months in the Fall, so be sure to double check before venturing there! If I've visited or written a review of the trip listed below, then the link will lead to my post about the venue. 

    The Pumpkin Sling - Wharton, NJ
    Sussex County Sunflower Maze - Sandyston, NJ (open till September, possibly later)
    Turtle Back Zoo - West Orange, NJ
    Valley Shepherd Creamery - Long Valley, NJ
    Bluebird Farm Alpacas - Peapack, NJ
    Jersey Shore Alpacas - Cape May, NJ
    Brookhollow's Barnyard - Boonton Township, NJ
    Alstede Farms - Chester, NJ
    Oasis Family Farm - Robbinsville, NJ
    Cape May County Zoo - Cape May, NJ
    Cohanzick Zoo - Bridgeton, NJ
    Popcorn Park Zoo - Forked River, NJ
    Howell Living History Farm - Lambertville, NJ
    Waterloo Village - Stanhope, NJ
    Wild West City - Stanhope, NJ
    The Raptor Trust - Millington, NJ
    Lakota Wolf Preserve - Columbia, NJ
    Frelinghuysen Arboretum - Morris Township, NJ
    Grounds for Sculpture - Hamilton, NJ
    Sandy Hook Lighthouse - Sandy Hook, NJ
    Duke Island Park - Hillsborough, NJ
    Schaefer Farms - Flemington, NJ
    Morey's Piers - Wildwood, NJ
    Melick's Town Farm - Oldwick, NJ
    Storybook Land - Egg Harbor Township, NJ
    Diggerland, USA - West Berlin, NJ
    Conklin Farm - Montville, NJ
    KidStreet Playground - Bridgewater, NJ
    Wightman Farms - Morristown, NJ
    Terhune Orchards - Princeton, NJ

    Diggerland, USA - West Berlin, NJ

    State Parks, Forests and Hiking Trails 

    New Jersey is home to so many parks, hiking trails, and recreation areas. It would be impossible for me to list them all here, so I picked out a few favorites to share.

    Voorhees State Park - Clinton, NJ
    Silas Condict Park - Kinnelon, NJ
    Tourne Park - Denville, NJ
    Tripod Rock and Pyramid Mountain - Boonton Township, NJ
    The Great Swamp - Chatham Township, NJ
    Liberty State Park - Jersey City, NJ
    Stokes State Forest - Branchville, NJ

    Handy link (find them all here!):


    Merrill Creek Reservoir - Harmony Township, NJ

    Indoor Autumn Day Trip Ideas

    Rizzo's Wildlife World - Flanders, NJ
    Morris Museum - Morristown, NJ
    Jenkinson's Aquarium - Pt. Pleasant, NJ
    Atlantic City Aquarium - Atlantic City, NJ
    Lucy the Elephant - Margate, NJ (she's kind of indoor and outdoor!)
    Montclair Art Museum - Montclair, NJ
    Sterling Mining Museum - Ogdensburg, NJ
    Insectropolis - Toms River, NJ
    Northlandz Train Museum - Flemington, NJ
    Liberty Science Center - Jersey City, NJ
    Battleship NJ - Camden, NJ
    Adventure Aquarium - Camden, NJ
    Whippany Railway Museum - Hanover, NJ
    Imagine That! - Florham Park, NJ (*under renovation until 11/2017)
    Thomas Edison Center - Menlo Park, NJ
    Newark Museum - Newark, NJ
    Franklin Mineral Museum - Franklin, NJ
    Garden State Discovery Museum - Cherry Hill, NJ
    Old Barracks Museum - Trenton, NJ
    Naval Air Station Wildwood Aviation Museum - Wildwood, NJ
    Medieval Times - Lyndhurst, NJ

    Rizzo's Wildlife World - Flanders, NJ

    Pennsylvania and New York Autumn Day Trips

    Please check with each individual venue for seasonal hours and operating times. Some are only open on weekends or during certain months in the Fall, so be sure to double check before venturing there! If I've visited or written a review of the trip listed below, then the link will lead to my post about the venue. 

    Pennsylvania

    America on Wheels Auto Museum - Allentown, PA
    LEGOLAND Discovery Center Philadelphia - Plymouth Meeting, PA
    Crayola Experience - Easton, PA
    Dorney Park's The Haunt and Planet Snoopy - Allentown, PA
    Mercer Museum - Doylestown, PA
    DaVinci Science Center - Allentown, PA
    Hersheypark (Hersheypark After Dark) - Hershey, PA
    Hershey's Chocolate World - Hershey, PA
    Hershey Gardens - Hershey, PA
    ZooAmerica - Hershey, PA
    The Hershey Story Museum - Hershey, PA
    Roadside America - Shartlesville, PA
    Crystal Cave - Kutztown, PA
    Lost River Caverns - Hellertown, PA
    Lehigh Valley Zoo - Shnecksville, PA
    Philadelphia Zoo - Philadelphia, PA
    Philadelphia Museum of Art - Philadelphia, PA
    The Franklin Institute - Philadelphia, PA
    Sesame Place (The Count's Halloween Spooktacular) - Langhorne, PA
    Kids Castle Playground - Doylestown, PA
    Carousel Village - Wrightstown, PA
    Knoebel's - Elysburg, PA
    Dutch Wonderland - Lancaster County, PA

    Sesame Place - The Count's Halloween Spooktacular - Langhorne, PA

    New York

    One World Observatory - New York, NY
    Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum - New York, NY
    The Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) - Queens, NY
    Children's Museum of Manhattan - New York, NY
    New York Botanical Garden - Brooklyn, NY
    Bronx Zoo - Bronx, NY
    Central Park Zoo - New York, NY
    New York Aquarium - Brooklyn, NY
    Long Island Aquarium - Riverhead, NY
    Coney Island - Brooklyn, NY
    Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum - New York, NY
    The Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island - New York, NY
    LEGOLAND Discovery Center - Westchester, NY
    American Museum of Natural History - New York, NY
    American Girl Place - New York, NY
    The Ride NYC - New York, NY
    The Guggenheim - New York, NY

    One World Observatory - New York, NY

    How to work the interactive map: 

    Click on the map to view locations. You can zoom in or out, or click on each location to view website link. All locations are marked with a dark red tree icon. The green tree icons are the state parks, hiking, and reservoir locations. If you click on the small square symbol at the top left of the map, you can view a drop down list of all locations on the map. The map is shareable and printable, too!



    Happy Fall, y'all!


              Odd Tree Out, Yet Again      Cache   Translate Page      
    Readers of the Anderson Valley Advertiser may remember my “Odd Tree Out” articles from earlier this year, chronicling my rediscovery – after 20 years – of California nutmeg in an area west of Philo.  With more than 60 years of rambling through various corners of Anderson Valley, finding that tree was an eye-opener. After a […]
              Alphabet Has A Problem      Cache   Translate Page      
    Discovery for Praeger University's suit against YouTube and James Damore's suit against Google are now going to cost Alphabet a lot of money.

              Discovery, Hulu, Unveil Programming Partnership      Cache   Translate Page      
    Discovery Inc. has inked a partnership agreement with Hulu that will bring live and on-demand content from five of its networks to the streaming video services. This deal, coupled with the three Discovery channels already providing content to the streaming service – HGTV, Food Network and Travel ...
              Order of Protection Reversed for Lack of Discovery in Franklin, Tennessee: Luker v. Luker      Cache   Translate Page      
    Are litigants in an order-of-protection case entitled to discovery in Tennessee?
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    A federal judge in Seattle has ordered the law firms of Baker Donelson and Corr Cronin to pay $500 each for trying to use an…
              Comment on Watch Sonequa Martin-Green Demonstrate How Fans Will Be “Shook” By ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Season 2 by Tiger2      Cache   Translate Page      
    Agreed! I am excited about next season but still very cautious. I just don't want it to turn into a back door for TOS character appearances because they think no one cares about AA or the show without them. But if they DO manage to pick up their game next season and the Picard show is actually good then they can turn it around and maybe get people to care about AA...maybe lol.
              Comment on Watch Television Academy’s Moving Tribute To Star Trek + More Photos From Emmys by Tiger2      Cache   Translate Page      
    Well *I* consider myself a SJW and my argument was that Discovery isn't doing anything differently than all the other Star Treks before it. Many people were arguing DIS was being 'PC' by having minority and women characters which was a head scratcher to me because Star Trek has ALWAYS been PC lol. Even before that word existed. That was the point, Star Trek has always tried it's best to put underrepresented characters in these roles. Sure TOS doesn't look all that progressive compared to today but at THAT time just seeing black and Asian characters in starring roles were just a big deal in themselves.
              Comment on 9 Ways Paramount Can Tackle The ‘Star Trek 4’ Salary Dispute With Chris Pine And Chris Hemsworth by Gordy      Cache   Translate Page      
    They never should have cancelled enterprise. Not impressed with discovery tv nor with beyond movie. Pine is the new Kirk so no pine no Kirk. I like the comment above about making a pike movie. There's a three year gap in 2009 trek in which to place it while Kirk is at the Academy. There wouldn't be a scotty as we met him in that movie but Spock was at the Academy at the time as were McCoy and uhura
              Comment on Year For Setting Of Star Trek Picard Show Established, Storyline Teased By EP by DPrescott      Cache   Translate Page      
    Tiger. Good point about the Klingon War. However honourable the intentions of the new producers, Discovery just didn't move us forward as we hoped. I think it's that sense of a missed opportunity that really rankles..
              Land Rover Discovery Sport 2020: ¿modelo nuevo o una renovación parcial para considerarlo como nuevo?      Cache   Translate Page      
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    El nuevo Land Rover Discovery Sport tendrá una versión híbrida enchufable

    Algo falla en Land Rover o está jugando. Mucho camuflaje para un lavado de cara cuando los británicos acostumbran a cubrir estrictamente las partes delantera y trasera -o toda la carrocería pero dejando detalles a la vista- como pudimos ver en la reciente actualización del Range Rover.

    En cambio, en el Discovery Sport se han esmerado en vinilar toda la carrocería dejando a la vista sólo la superficie acristalada y el techo. Incluso si te fijas en las fotos espía podrás ver que ni siquiera se aprecia la parrilla del radiador, sino que se encuentra cubierta con una fina malla, todos indicios típicos de las pruebas de desarrollo de un modelo completamente nuevo.

    Partiendo de que el sustituto del antiguo Freelander llegó al mercado en 2014 y que el fabricante tenía previsto lanzar un modelo nuevo en 2020, esto supone que seis años mediaría entre una generación y otra del Discovery Sport, por lo que a finales del pasado 2017 deberíamos haber visto la actualización de medio ciclo de vida comercial; y no encaja. Visto de otra forma, teniendo en cuenta un plazo de renovación de siete años -como la mayor parte de las marcas- casi nos encontraríamos en las mismas.

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    Actualización, renovación profunda o modelo nuevo, el Land Rover Discovery Sport se desvelará a finales de 2019

    Para que encajara, el modelo de Land Rover acumularía ocho años y su renovación se produciría en 2023; demasiado tiempo y demasiado camuflaje. Lo cierto es que el modelo, junto al Jaguar E-PACE, comparten la misma plataforma D8 pero no así la nueva generación del Range Rover Evoque como se pensaba.

    El SUV compacto de la gama de lujo del fabricante británico se ha pasado a una nueva arquitectura que llaman PTA (Premium Transverse Architecture) y que se trata de una nueva versión de la plataforma D8 que usan los modelos de Jaguar y Land Rover. Tan modificada que puede contar con versiones completamente eléctricas con las baterías ubicadas bajo el piso del habitáculo, en una estructura similar a la del eléctrico de la marca del felino, el I-PACE.

    Fuentes de la marca apuntan que el renovado Discovery Sport se mantendrá en la misma arquitectura actual y que su versión híbrida enchufable -que se presentará oficialmente a finales de 2019- es perfectamente compatible con la plataforma del modelo que hoy tenemos a la venta, siendo una posible solución al dilema de este coche

    Y se suma el factor tiempo; acabamos de verlo por primera vez en pruebas, por lo que extenderse año y casi medio para que llegue al mercado -es el período aproximado que lleva la puesta a punto de un modelo nuevo- vuelve a generar dudas.Seguramente también pensarás que las formas del lateral sugieren que el diseño es "idéntico" al del modelo que hoy se vende, pero el estilo no condiciona un cambio de plataforma

    Lo cierto es que las dudas sobre este modelo son muchas y no queda nada claro, pero de confirmarse esta última tesis, el Discovery Sport permanecerá en el mercado un mínimo de diez años desde que fuera presentado en 2014 al actualizar el modelo a los seis años y posponiendo la renovación completa por, al menos tres o cuatro años y para amortizar parte de la inversión, lo cual no permitirá seguir la estela de los competidores.

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    El diseño del Land Rover Discovery Sport 2020 no cambiará las proporciones ni las formas de la silueta, aunque se intuye una zaga más elaborada

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    La noticia Land Rover Discovery Sport 2020: ¿modelo nuevo o una renovación parcial para considerarlo como nuevo? fue publicada originalmente en @motorpuntoes por Fran Romero.


              Sep 20: New Technologies: What Lawyers Need to Know (In-Person CLE)      Cache   Translate Page      
    NYSBA and Co-Sponsoring Member: $20 | Law Student: $10 | Nonmember: $50 Co-sponsored by the National Association of Women Judges, Women in EDiscovery, Dentons U.S. LLP, the Commercial & Federal Litigation Section, the Women in Law Section, the Law Practice Management Committee, the Committee on Technology and the Legal Profession and the Committee on Continuing Legal Education of the New York State Bar Association. Technology pervades the legal profession and is a common feature of litigation. This program focuses on aspects of two such technologies, admissibility of social media and content of “apps” and liability for the wrongful collection and use of biometric information by private entities. This program will be of interest to judges, practitioners, consultants and law students and will feature distinguished and knowledgeable faculty. Agenda 5:30 p.m. Registration 5:45 p.m. Introductions Hon. Tanya R. Kennedy, NAWJ President Susan Harper, Esq., Chair of the NYSBA Women in Law Section 6:00 p.m. – 6:50 p.m. Admissibility of Electronic Information from “New” Technology Sources such as Social Media and Third-Party Apps Moderator: Mark A. Berman, Esq., Ganfer Shore Leeds & Zauderer LLP Panelists: Shelley Brown, Sidley Austin LLP Tracee E. Davis, Esq., Zeichner Ellman & Krause LLP Hon. Ronald J. Hedges (Ret.), Dentons U.S. LLP Sandra J. Rampersaud, Esq., UBS AG 6:50 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. Networking Break 7:00 p.m. – 7:50 p.m. Biometric Data: Balancing Privacy and Security Moderator: Gail Gottehrer, Esq., Akerman LLP Panelists: David Horrigan, Esq., Relativity Kirsten Thompson, Esq., Dentons Canada LLP Professor Aaron Wright, Cardozo Law School 7:50 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. Networking Reception
              Traffic delays expected near station following gas leak discovery      Cache   Translate Page      
    DRIVERS travelling through a town centre face delays following the discovery of a gas leak.
              [KinkyAngels.com (now Freshmen.net)] Kinky Angels, Issue #41: July 2016 (7 роликов) (Jack Harrer, Andre Boleyn, Kevin Warhol, Adam Archuleta, Felix Gaul, Peter Annaud, Dylan Maguire, Jordan Faris, Joel Birkin, Justin Sarandon) [2016 г., Anal, Barebac      Cache   Translate Page      

    [KinkyAngels.com/Freshmen.net]
    Kinky Angels, Issue #41: June 2016 (7 роликов)
    (Jack Harrer, Andre Boleyn, Kevin Warhol, Adam Archuleta, Felix Gaul, Peter Annaud,
    Dylan Maguire, Jordan Faris, Joel Birkin, Justin Sarandon)



    Актёры: Jack Harrer, Andre Boleyn, Kevin Warhol, Adam Archuleta, Felix Gaul, Peter Annaud, Dylan Maguire, Jordan Faris, Joel Birkin, Justin Sarandon
    Подсайт и сайт: KinkyAngels.com (now Freshmen.net)
    Год производства: 2016 г.
    Жанр: Anal, Bareback, Big Dicks, Blowjob, Cumshots, Facial, Interview, Kissing, Masturbation, Muscles, Rimming, Solo, Group Sex, Twinks
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    Формат видео: MP4
    (1) Cover Scene - KINKY ANGELS AND FELIX with Jack Harrer, Andre Boleyn, Kevin Warhol, Adam Archuleta, Felix Gaul / 1.21 GB / 00:25:19
    (2) Double Solo - JACK AND PETER with Jack Harrer and Peter Annaud / 746 MB / 00:13:17
    (3) Sex Scene 2 - PETER AND JACK with Jack Harrer and Peter Annaud / 1.06 GB / 00:19:34
    (4) Sex Scene 3 - DYLAN AND JORDAN with Dylan Maguire and Jordan Faris / 860 MB / 00:19:47
    (5) First Sex Scene - JUSTIN AND JOEL with Joel Birkin and Justin Saradon / 1.11 GB / 00:17:29
    (6) Interview - JU