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          GILL, SHEILA M. (MARSHALL)      Cache   Translate Page      
GILL, Sheila M. (Marshall) Of Woburn, formerly of Lexington, December 3, 2018. Beloved wife of the late John C. Gill, Jr. Loving mother of John M....
          (USA-MD-Lexington Park) Manager Trainee in Training      Cache   Translate Page      
Requisition Number: 0924 6I 009 Job Title: Manager Trainee in Training City: Lexington Park State: MD Salary Range: N/A Return to list of 84 Lumber Career Opportunities Manager Trainee in Training Apply Now Description/Job Summary As one of the industry's leading suppliers of building materials, we are always looking for our future leaders. Our Manager Trainee program is one of the finest in the industry and provides a solid foundation for you to build your future on. This position is our entry-level position into the management career path, and from this point you can build your own future with the tools and skills that 84 Lumber will provide you. Training: At 84 Lumber we offer an excellent and comprehensive Early Development Program and Self Study Program, which successful candidates complete within 4 to 6 months. All successful candidates attend a comprehensive 3-day training program our Corporate Headquarters where you will get one on one training with our field experienced trainers! Promotions: 84 Lumber Company not only helps build your foundation, we also promote nearly 100% from within! Usually within the first year, successful Manager Trainees are promoted to Co-Manager of a store, a Contractor Sales Representative, or a position at our Team Headquarters. The career path is your choice! Job Description: A successful Manager Trainee candidate must have excellent communication skills and interact with and work well with others in our fast paced and ever changing industry. Other responsibilities include: + Sell lumber and building materials, conduct price quotes, process orders and returns, and develop excellent product knowledge. + Create material estimates for customers in a timely manner + Synchronize delivery and/or pick ups of customer orders + Quickly resolve customer complaints and problems + Able to prioritize; manage time and orchestrate multiple tasks. + Interacts with other 84 Lumber stores, corporate office, and vendors. + Build and maintain strong relationships with customers. + Maintaining and merchandising inventory + Loading/Unloading delivery trucks Required Skills + Experience working in a team atmosphere. + Ability to multi-task in fast paced environment. + Previous experience in retail or building industry highly preferred. + Must be at least 18 years of age. + Must take and pass drug test and consent to a background check. + Must take and pass other pre-employment assessments. + Work in outdoor / indoor conditions, and ability to load and unload lumber and other building materials with or without reasonable accommodations. Required Experience + High School diploma or general education degree (GED); Bachelor's Degree preferred; Or two to four years of equivalent job related experience. Apply Now 84 Lumber Company is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status.
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MA-Lexington, Pelham Academy is 27 bed residential treatment program servicing a traumatized and/or disenfranchised population of adolescent girls. Pelham Academy specializes in trauma treatment and uses the ARC Model in all interventions. Pelham Academy utilizes a range of expressive, and body-oriented modalities to provide exceptional, individualized care to our students. Provide a Therapeutic Environment: Pe
          Maintenance - Oakland Management Corp - Lexington, KY      Cache   Translate Page      
Maintenance for residential apartment property (Iroquois Gardens) ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Maintains and cares for equipment as may be necessary for its...
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          Attendant Care Worker - Lexington Services - Mesa, AZ      Cache   Translate Page      
Lexington provides services to individuals with developmental disabilities which include attendant care, habilitation, and respite.... $11 - $14 an hour
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          Attendant Care Worker - Lexington Services - Gilbert, AZ      Cache   Translate Page      
Lexington provides services to individuals with developmental disabilities which include attendant care, habilitation, and respite.... $11 - $14 an hour
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          Attendant Care Worker - Lexington Services - Tempe, AZ      Cache   Translate Page      
Lexington provides services to individuals with developmental disabilities which include attendant care, habilitation, and respite.... $11 - $14 an hour
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          Attendant Care Worker - Lexington Services - Chandler, AZ      Cache   Translate Page      
Lexington provides services to individuals with developmental disabilities which include attendant care, habilitation, and respite.... $11 - $14 an hour
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This video features a big assed redhead babe Lauren Phillips as she auditions to black legend Lexington Steele with a sexy teaseplay until he is so aroused. That he pulls out his big black dick for some pleasure filled blowjob act and intense interracial fuck session.

          Maintenance - Oakland Management Corp - Lexington, KY      Cache   Translate Page      
Maintenance for residential apartment property (Iroquois Gardens) ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Maintains and cares for equipment as may be necessary for its...
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          (USA-KY-Lexington) Civil Engineering Intern      Cache   Translate Page      
At Stantec, we approach every water and natural resource project we undertake—whether at the local, regional, or watershed level— thoughtfully, and execute it with excellence across all project phases. We partner with our clients to design fit-for-purpose solutions that address their communities’ unique needs throughout the water infrastructure lifecycle. Our experts lead their fields and guide our work with scientific rigor, an innovative spirit, and a vision for growth. We’re a place where you can apply your passion and collaborate with top talent on work that’s critical to our clients, our communities, and the industry at large. **Your Opportunity** As an Intern based in our Lexington, KY office, you will work in a team environment and have exposure to Geotechnical projects. Candidates should be highly motivated and dependable students who are taking or have taken Geotechnical and Water Resources type classes. This is a terrific opportunity for a college student to support a number of exciting local and national projects. **Your Key Responsibilities** Candidate will assist engineering and administrative staff with such tasks as: + Applying formulas to routine calculations + Preparing spreadsheets and graphs for engineers + Assisting with site inspections and observations + Performing AutoCAD work, and researching materials and manufacturer equipment _Will also assist with report preparation and routine office tasks such as photocopying and collating drawing. May possibly include some fieldwork assisting with data gathering for various projects._ **Your Capabilities and Credentials** + Proficient with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) + Desired software applications include: AutoCAD and ArcView/GIS + Strong interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills + Must have good organizational skills, be reliable, detail orientated and capable of taking initiative + Ability to multi-task, prioritize, and take direction + Knowledge of state and federal regulations, policies, and programs, are a plus **Education and Experience** + Must be a college student candidate for Civil and/or Environmental Engineering degree or other technical discipline + Valid drivers license required + Experience working with public agencies an/or municipal government a plus + Previous internship or co-op experience in similar type work a plus Typical office environment working with computers and working at a desk for long periods of time. Field work may include exposure to the elements including inclement weather. _This description is not a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that may be required of the employee and other duties, responsibilities and activities may be assigned or may be changed at any time with or without notice._ Stantec is a place where the best and brightest come to build on each other’s talents, do exciting work, and make an impact on the world around us. Join us and redefine your personal best. **Job:** Co-op/Summer/Intern Student **Primary Location:** United States-Kentucky-Lexington **Organization:** BC-1755 Water-GE-US **Employee Status:** Regular **Job Level:** Entry Level **Travel:** No **Schedule:** Part-time **Job Posting:** Dec 4, 2018, 4:56:39 PM **Req ID:** 180002RY
          Strange Fruit #177: Governor Matt Bevin... Can he do that?      Cache   Translate Page      
Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin continues to do things his own way. He's been using executive orders to make changes with far-reaching implications — and getting sued for it. This week, we check in with Kentucky Public Radio's capital bureau chief, Ryland Barton, to get an update on Bevin's latest acts as governor. The one that got the most attention this week was Bevin's announcement that he was disbanding the University of Louisville's board of trustees (and that university president Dr. James Ramsey would step down). Bevin dismissed all the trustees and replaced them with three interim board members of his own choosing. But can he do that? A group of university faculty members (including our own Dr. Kaila Story) say they're worried the shakeup could affect the school's accreditation. Attorney General Andy Beshear is taking Bevin to court over this and other board reorganizations he says violate statutes. Dr. David Owen, chair of the Philosophy Department, joins us this week to talk about faculty concerns. And Lexington's EMW clinic closed this week after Bevin sued the abortion provider, saying they were performing abortions without the correct license. He's also sued Planned Parenthood of Kentucky and Indiana. Reproductive rights activist Molly Shah talks about what the loss of reproductive choices could mean in women's lives.
          Strange Fruit #133: What's it Like to be LGBT in a Rural Community?      Cache   Translate Page      
We've always been proud of how cutting-edge Louisville is on LGBT rights issues (and can often be overheard bragging that our Fairness law included transgender protections even before New York's did). But what about the rest of Kentucky? We went to the Rural LGBT Summit this month in Lexington to find out. The USDA has been holding these summits throughout the country, both to shine a light on issues faced by rural LGBT Americans, and to make sure those same folks know about the assistance they can get from the USDA. We can't deny our status as city slickers (though we temporarily daydreamed about gay farmers), so the summit was a great learning opportunity for #TeamStrangeFruit. Jai and Doc co-hosted a panel featuring folks who are "champions of change" in their communities, and we bring you an excerpt of that conversation in this week's show. Stay tuned to our Soundcloud page for the whole thing. Also in this week's show, we go about as far from rural as you can get: Broadway, in New York City, where Hedwig and the Angry Inch is closing early after a poor reviews of Taye Digg's performance in the title role. Are white audiences resistant to a black man playing Hedwig? Did Broadway fans turn against him after he reportedly broke Idina Menzel's heart? Or... was he just not that good in the show? We discuss. One artwork that seems like an unmitigated success is "Hell You Talmbout," the protest anthem released last week by Janelle Monae and the Wondaland Arts Society. The verses of the song recite the names of black victims of police shootings. Half vigil, half battle cry, it's already finding its way to protests all over the country, and we listen to a group of trans rights activists adapt it to commemorate trans victims of violence. And finally, "Straight Outta Compton" came out, and it made a ton of money. We haven't seen the film yet, but we talk a little about some claims that it erases the abuse of women perpetrated by its subjects.
          Network DataCenter Engineer - CSI-INFRA-066 - CSI Jobs - Lexington, MA      Cache   Translate Page      
Able to communicate with the customer and be able to present solutions to customers at CIO, CXO level. Must be able to clearly interact with the customer,...
From CSI Jobs - Tue, 04 Dec 2018 18:00:57 GMT - View all Lexington, MA jobs
          Enterprise Data Architect - Odyssey Systems Consulting Group Ltd - Lexington, MA      Cache   Translate Page      
Communicate the value of the enterprise data architecture to the Laboratory. Assess the Laboratory current state enterprise data model and provide...
From Odyssey Systems Consulting Group Ltd - Fri, 02 Nov 2018 11:34:53 GMT - View all Lexington, MA jobs
          SAP WMS Business Analyst      Cache   Translate Page      
KY-Lawrenceburg, Our client in the greater Lexington, KY area is seeking an SAP Business Analyst. This position is permanent, direct placement and onsite only. SUMMARY: This position will work closely with business teams to understand specific needs and translate them into technical requirements. The SAP Business Analyst will recommend scalable solutions for meeting these needs and implement global solutions in th
          Field Support Technician      Cache   Translate Page      
KY-Lexington, We have an exciting opportunity for a Field Server Technician to join our industry-leading client in Lexington. This position has a great benefit package that includes Medical, Dental and Vision benefits, 401k with company matching, and life insurance for those who qualify. Responsibilities of the Field Support Technician: Respond to user inquiries and resolve technical issues Develop and maintain
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KY-Lexington, Mechanical Design Engineer - Lexington, KY Mechanical Design Engineer · The primary function of this position is to design and make improvements to existing products. · Evaluate products, parts, or processes for cost efficiency and reliability. · Designer of surface detailed fixtures and materials. · Designer of small mechanisms for the purpose of assembly and/or part manipulation. · Familiar with
          PMA-231 Project Analyst - Secret Clearance      Cache   Translate Page      
MD-Lexington Park, Job Description: We are looking for a professional to provide technical program support to the Networking and Data Links (NDL) team for the Cooperative Engagement Capability (CEC) in the E-2D aircraft. The selected applicant will: · Interface with various organizations & IPTs internal and external to PMA-231 concerning various technical topics including: interoperability, system upgrades, and tech
          Software Development Lead - Secret Clearance      Cache   Translate Page      
MD-Lexington Park, Description: We are seeking a Lead Software Engineer to join a team of world-class engineers supporting PMA-231 and E-2D ALE Systems. The ideal candidate shall be knowledgeable about the software development life cycle (SDLC) and be able to adhere to coding standards, follow team established software development processes, and use established configuration management technologies. The successful c
          Business Web Developer - Avnet - Lexington, KY      Cache   Translate Page      
Avnet will accommodate employee religious dress standards and grooming practices that do not result in undue hardship for the Company....
From Avnet - Mon, 15 Oct 2018 18:53:43 GMT - View all Lexington, KY jobs
          Kentucky Volleyball — Edging Closer to a Final Four      Cache   Translate Page      
Edging Closer to a Final Four—By Dr. John Huang (LEXINGTON, Ky.) – There’s more than one University of Kentucky sports team shooting for a ticket to Minneapolis this year. For John Calipari’s Basketball Cats, a reservation to the city hosting this year’s Final Four has always been expected. For Coach Craig Skinner’s Volleyball Cats—well, it’s […]
          VISTA Volunteer Coordinator      Cache   Translate Page      

Lexington Rescue Mission is seeking qualified candidates for a one-year, full-time position as an AmeriCorps VISTA Volunteer Coordinator. This position is responsible for recruiting, training, and ...

          Striking Loft-like 1 BR - New Development - Private Terrace - Prime Nomad (Nest Seekers (Nest Seekers)) $1,899,000      Cache   Translate Page      
WebID 990766 This stunning 1,077 square ft 1 beds/1.5 baths condominium offers a loft-like layout with striking ten feet ceilings, oversized windows and a private terrace. The contemporary kitchen features custom European oak cabinetry, a Bertazzoni oven and cooktop and a Sub-Zero refrigerator, freezer and wine cooler. In the master bedroom, there are not 1 but TWO walk-in closets. The master bathroom features radiant heated floors, a deep soaking bathtub and French limestone flooring. There is also a washer-dryer in the unit. Building features include a concierge and attendant at door, common landscaped roof deck, indoor swimming pool with a Jacuzzi, steam room, sauna, a fitness facilities and exercise room, playroom, lounge and a screening room. Located between Gramercy, Flatiron, and NoMad, this is moments away from Madison Square Park and many of the most acclaimed restaurants in New York City. 90 Lexington Ave Flatiron

          Celebration Announces Its 2019 Season Of Shows      Cache   Translate Page      

Celebration announced today, under the artistic direction of Michael A. Shepperd, its 2019 season of shows. This is the Celebration's 37th season and the fourth in its home at the Lex Theatre, 6760 Lexington Ave. in Los Angeles.
The 2019 Season will feature:
Los Angeles Premiere!

Born To Win

Written by Matt Wilkas and Mark Setlock
Directed by Michael Matthews
Opens Friday, January 18, 2019 - April, 2019
Drew Droege and Matt Wilkas star in this Los Angeles premiere! Pinky Corningfield has always dreamed of her daughter winning the "Supreme Queen". So when Marge, a newcomer to the child pageant circuit, shows up with her daughter and starts grabbing all the glory, Pinky will stop at nothing to get the crown.
Los Angeles Premiere

The Secretaries

Written by The Five Lesbian Brothers
Opens April, 2019

A killer comedy.The Secretaries chronicles the initiation of Patty Johnson as she lands the job of her dreams at the Cooney Lumber Mill in Big Bone, Oregon. But those dreams turn into bloody nightmares when she discovers the truth her co-workers have been hiding from her! Written 20 years ago, skewering feminist archetypes of the '80s and '90s, this play is as fresh as if it was written today.

Los Angeles Intimate Theatre Premiere Of

The Producers

Music and Lyrics by Mel Brooks
Original Direction and Choreography by Susan Stroman
By Special Arrangement with StudioCanal
Presented by Special Arrangement with Music Theatre International
Directed by Michael Matthews
Opens June, 2019
Winner of 12 Tony Awards, two theatrical producers dream and scheme to get rich by overselling interests in a Broadway flop. However, hilarious complications arise when the show unexpectedly turns out to be a massive hit! Come see this musical reinvented as only the Celebration can do it!
To become a member or to purchase a subscription or single tickets for BORN TO WIN, you can go to www.celebrationtheatre.com or call the theatre at 323-957-1884.


          Service Level Manager - Lexington, KY 40502      Cache   Translate Page      
Description Conduent is the world's largest provider of diversified business process services with leading capabilities in transaction processing, automation, analytics and constituent experience. We work with both government and commercial customers in assisting them to...
          Corporate Counsel - Lexington, KY      Cache   Translate Page      
Corporate Counsel The candidate will focus on contract review and assist in the day-to-day legal needs of the company. Will review of contracts, including customer, supplier, vendor, and employment contracts, as well as facility leases and service agreements. Assist in the legal due diligence and integration of acquisitions. Perform legal..
          Blue Lions beat Tigers, 57-54 in OT      Cache   Translate Page      

The Washington Blue Lions were coming off a tough, season-opening three-point loss to Lancaster when they welcomed the Tigers of Circleville High School for another early season non-conference match-up. The Tigers came into the game with wins over Miami Trace and New Lexington. The game had nine lead changes and Washington’s biggest lead was seven […]

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          ‘Rescue and Jessica’ authors to present book       Cache   Translate Page      
The authors of "Rescue & Jessica: A Life-Changing Friendship" will present their picture book at 1 p.m. Sept. 16 at Wilson Farm, 10 Pleasant St., Lexington.Co-authors Jessica Kensky and Patrick Downes are a married couple who were both injured during the Boston Marathon bombing in 2013. "Rescue & Jessica" is based on a real-life partnership between a girl and her service dog. They will be joined by the star of the book, Rescue, who was named ASPCA Dog of the Year in 2017. [...]
          12/5 From 1950: Long, Romo Become Bucs; Bream & Gang Leave; No Rose or Hassler; RIP Joe; HBD Sam & Tony      Cache   Translate Page      
  • 1951 - Pittsburgh purchased 1B Dale Long from the St. Louis Browns. After 10 games, he was released and the Browns reclaimed him. Then in December, they sold him back to the Bucs, who stashed him the minors for three years while he smacked 91 dingers. In the next 2-1/2 years and 400 games, he was with the big club, banging out 64 long balls, including an eight-game homer streak in 1956, before being part of a trade with the Cubs in 1957.
Sammy Khalifa 1987 Topps
  • 1963 - SS Sam Khalifa was born in Fontana, California. Khalifa was a first round pick (#7 overall) from Arizona’s Sahuaro HS, but in his three year MLB career, all as a Pirate (1985-87), he hit just .219. He’ll go down in the history books as the first player of Egyptian ancestry to play major league baseball. 
  • 1966 - Coach Tony Beasley was born in Fredericksburg, Virginia. A minor league infielder who spent time with the Pirates, Beasley became a farm coach/manager in the Bucco organization after his playing days. Starting out as a player/coach and roving batting instructor in 1998, Beasley then managed in the Pirates system for the next five seasons, making the playoffs every year. Tony became the Pirates roving minor league infield instructor (he was considered instrumental in the transition of Neil Walker into a second baseman) and was named third base coach in 2008 by John Russell. After JR left after 2010, Beasley spent four seasons in the Washington organization before getting the call from Jeff Banister to become the third base coach of the Texas Rangers. In 2016, he was diagnosed with cancer. After surgery and chemo, he was back in uniform at Arlington, albeit primarily as a quality control coach. 
  • 1973 - The Pirates did some addition by subtraction: LHP Luke Walker was sold to the Tigers, RHP Chris Zachary was sent to the Phils for UTIL Pete Koegel (whose last MLB outing was in 1972, with no more to come) and a couple of days later, RHP Bob Johnson was flipped to Cleveland for career minor leaguer OF Bill Flowers. Johnson worked 29 more games in two seasons, Walker lasted one year with Motown, and Zachary never appeared in another MLB game.  
  • 1978 - 37-year-old Pete Rose signed a four-year, $3.2 million deal with the Phillies. He had been hotly pursued in free agency by several clubs including the Bucs, and owner Dan Galbreath had even invited Rose to his Columbus home & the Darby Dan stables in Lexington. The Pirates admitted that their cash offer was half that of the Phillies, and their equine lure fell short. Rose had told the Pittsburgh Press a week earlier that “The Galbreaths may offer me a couple of horses, but in the end it will come down to dollars and cents.” 
Enrique Romo 1982 Topps
  • 1978 - Pitchers Enrique Romo and Rick Jones along with shortstop Tom McMillan were sent to the Pirates by Seattle, which got pitchers Rafael Vasquez, Odell Jones and shortstop Mario Mendoza in return. Romo pitched four years for the Pirates (1979-82) pretty effectively, going 25-16-26/3.56 and was part of the 1979 World Series club. Romo only tossed six seasons total in the MLB, but with good reason - he started late. He pitched 11 seasons in Mexican baseball prior to making his major league debut for the Mariners in 1977 at the age of 29. McMillan and Jones both ended up minor league players. Jones tossed six more years, including a brief 1981 return to Pittsburgh, Mendoza played for four more seasons and Vasquez appeared in nine 1979 games for Seattle, which proved to be his MLB career. 
  • 1978 - The Pittsburgh Press published a rumor mill report that the Pirates had offered the Red Sox Jerry Reuss for Andy Hassler. That swap fell through, but the Bucs came up roses when they traded the lefty to LA in April of 1979 for Rick Rhoden and then signed Hassler as a free agent to work the 1980 campaign. 
  • 1990 - The Atlanta Braves signed Bucco free agent 1B Sid Bream to a three year/$5.6M contract. The Pirates reportedly offered three years/$4.5M, but aside from the financial gap, the FO was leery of Sid’s knees plus Bream wanted a no-trade clause. Manager Jim Leyland was a fan of his, and told the Pittsburgh Press that “I just feel terrible that he left. I think it was a mistake not signing him...I’m not looking at this like we lost Babe Ruth. But he stood for something,” referring to Bream’s All-American demeanor helping to restore the Pirates image after the drug scandals. The heir-apparent at first was bench bat Carmelo Martinez going into camp, but he lost the job to Orlando Merced. 
Joe Lonnett 1977 Pirates promo
  • 2011 - Pirates coach Joe Lonnett, 87, passed away in Beaver Falls after battling Alzheimer's Disease. Joe, who spent four years in MLB, met future Bucco manager Chuck Tanner in 1957 on a barnstorming tour. The two were about the same age, born 25 miles apart (Lonnett in Beaver Falls, Tanner in New Castle) and hit it off. Chuck told him that if he made it as a manger, he’d call. Tanner did both and Joe was with him beginning in 1971 at Chicago, Oakland and Pittsburgh (1977-84). Lonnett handled third base and as an ex-catcher tutored Ed Ott and Steve Nicosia. After Tanner left Pittsburgh, Joe dabbled a little in managing at the lower levels and then spent his later years as a scout and roving instructor for Pittsburgh and Toronto. He was inducted into the Beaver County Sports Hall of Fame in 1980.

          Lexington, Kentucky Residents Can Pay Parking Tickets With Canned Goods      Cache   Translate Page      
The “Food for Fines” program allows one wrong to make a right.
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Lexington KY Restaurants Report Hepatitis A Infected Staff  PrecisionVaccinations

The Clark County Kentucky Health Department (CCHD) said it was investigating a food *service* worker at the Applebee's, located at 1525 W. Lexington Ave. in ...


          Vaccines planned for Lexington-area Applebee’s workers after Hepatitis A diagnosis - Lexington Herald Leader      Cache   Translate Page      
Vaccines planned for Lexington-area Applebee’s workers after Hepatitis A diagnosis  Lexington Herald Leader

Staff members at some Lexington-area Applebee's restaurants will receive vaccinations after a worker at a Winchester location was diagnosed with Hepatitis A.


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3 Lexington-area restaurants report employee with hepatitis A  WKYT

The Lexington-Fayette County Health Department is announcing three new restaurants where a worker had hepatitis A.


          Hepatitis A Outbreak Continues To Grow In Northern Kentucky, Health Officials Say - LEX18 Lexington KY News      Cache   Translate Page      
Hepatitis A Outbreak Continues To Grow In Northern Kentucky, Health Officials Say  LEX18 Lexington KY News

KENTON COUNTY, Ky. (WLWT) There is a serious health warning in Northern Kentucky Friday night, one that could potentially affect everyone in the region.


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Hepatitis A confirmed at three area restaurants - ABC 36 News  WTVQ

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – Three restaurants in Lexington and Winchester are closed after The Health Department says the restaurants had confirmed cases of ...


          Faculty Profile: Professor Researching on Climate Gentrification and Community Resilience in Miami      Cache   Translate Page      
Faculty Profile: Professor Researching on Climate Gentrification and Community Resilience in MiamiMoses Shumow (PhD University of Miami) is an associate professor of Journalism and Media at Florida International University. He is co-author of “News, Neoliberalism, and Miami’s Fragmented Urban Space” (Lexington Books) on Miami’s racial, ethnic and class informational divide, and his research on media, geography, migration, race, and development has been published in peer-reviewed journals, including Journalism, Journalism […]
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Master Distiller Mark Coffman of Town Branch will be signing bottles at Total Wine in Lexington Green. The event is on Wednesday, December 5 at 4 pm.
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Anna Lou Youmans Anna Lou Youmans, 85, of Lexington, MO, died Dec. 2 at Center Point Medical Center in Independence. Services: 10 A.M. Dec. 6 at...
          “The Individual vs. The Illusion Of Consensus Reality”      Cache   Translate Page      
 
“The Individual vs. The Illusion Of Consensus Reality”
by Jon Rappoport

“This is such a supercharged subject, I could start from a dozen places. But let’s begin here: the individual is unique, because he is he. He is unique because he has his own ideas, because he has his own desires, because he has his own power. That power belongs to no one else. In particular, it doesn’t belong to the State. The State will try, will always try to suggest that it is granting power to the individual, but this is a lie. It’s an illusion broadcast with ill-intent.

While everyone else is trying to manufacture connections to the group, under the banner of a false sense of community, the individual is going in the opposite direction.

Philip K Dick: “Insanity—to have to construct a picture of one’s life, by making inquiries of others.”

Consensus reality is the reality of sacrifice. It is coagulating energy, form, content, substance that takes on amorphous shapes studded with slots into which people can fit themselves.

The independent individual thinks what he wants to think. Over time, he keeps graduating into new, more nearly unique levels of what he wants to think. He rises above the group. He rises to his own thoughts.

There is no subject and no substance which is not infiltrated by consensus reality. Wherever you look, you will encounter it. The group is the basis of consensus reality, and the group pact extends everywhere. The group fears a sector where only individual thought can tread. That would be dangerous to the illusion. “Well, we’ve got things well in hand in most places, but over there and over here we’re not in charge. A different kind of reality pervades.” No, that doesn’t work for the group. The exceptions would blow a hole in the rule.

“Stay away from the corner of Lexington Avenue and 34th Street. Something too weird is going on there. We come in and try to inject consensus on that spot and it doesn’t work. Our “sharing” energy bounces off that corner. We may have to call in the troops to surround the place and cordon it off.” Alert! Alert! Consensus reality is breaking down in Sector 328-A! Locate the problem! This is an emergency! Bring in the news team to shore up the illusion! Turn on the hypnosis machines! Group consensus is fraying and fragmenting in Area 768-B! Call the professors and pundits! Discredit the individual! Call him a monster! Do something fast!

Consensus reality is an illusion in the sense that you can see it and I can see it, but we didn’t sign up for it. That’s the catch. Take any area of life, and I mean any, and that’s the case. Wherever there is tight consensus, perception ensues. That’s the whole point. “We, the group, aren’t fooling around. When we sign a pact among ourselves, we intend everybody to see what we decide is there to see.”

So you, the individual, can opt out. That doesn’t necessarily mean the consensus disappears; you can still see it, but you see it without accepting it. You can see the oasis in the desert, which is a mirage, but because you have your own bottle of water, you don’t have to run toward the mirage and fall down on your knees and try to drink from the pool.

Philip K. Dick: “Because today we live in a society in which spurious realities are manufactured by the media, by governments, by big corporations, by religious groups, political groups… increasingly, we are bombarded with pseudo-realities manufactured by very sophisticated electronic mechanisms… And this is an astounding power: that of creating whole universes, universes of the mind. I ought to know. I do the same thing.”

The strong and free individual evolves. He doesn’t stay the same. He doesn’t know everything worth knowing today. He knows enough, but not everything. He continues to emerge with new ideas, new energy, new invention. He becomes larger. He gains more power.

When the illusion of consensus reality attains a level beyond mere slogan, it enters the realm of systems. This is its most convincing format. A system appears to be watertight. Each one of its parts has relations with the whole. This is interesting, because that mirrors what a group is. Each member is a part that connects to the whole. Consensus as a system is like a game of chess that plays the same moves over and over. Game one is the same as game two, three, four… That’s where its illusion of power comes from.

The individual, though, doesn’t proceed according to systems. He isn’t moving from one closed context to another. That’s the group. The individual may retain the same general principles over time, but what he does and thinks strikes out into new territories. Because he creates. There is no individual without creating.

Consensus is the coin of the realm. It is forced from the top, and it is signed up for at the bottom. One hand washes the other. Societies may begin through consensus, but if they have any courage, they shift focus to the job of pulling away coercive restraints on the individual. Regardless, the individual asserts his freedom. It is his to begin with, not the group’s. No one gives it to him.

American society is moving rapidly to an inverse, an upside down structure, in which freedom is looked upon as a privilege grudgingly accorded in the absence of a reason to take it away. The prevalent official attitude is: consensus must be strengthened. It must dominate the landscape.

Through vast experience, the free individual knows that consensus has no theoretical limits. Group-perceptions about the way things are can give birth to the most universally “proven objective truths.” In his explorations, the individual may even find that a demonstrated law of nature is nothing more than a consensus. And, therefore, an illusion.

The group has conception of Normal. Normal is like a message passed around, from hand to hand, and when you look at it closely, for content, it dissolves. There was really nothing there. This is similar to what happens when physicists probe further and further into matter, looking for smaller and smaller particles, and come up with an enormous amount of empty space.

The group consensus is the illusion. Finally, there is mindless hive-action covering a vacuum. This is also what occasionally happens to people who have hidebound political ideologies. The people on the Left move further and further to the Left, and the people on the Right move further and further to the Right. Finally, they are both so distant from government they meet and stare at each other in shock. At that point, they are just individuals.

From my unfinished manuscript, "The Magician Awakes": “You keep saying it doesn’t matter. Sometimes you say it out loud and sometimes it’s just a very strong thought that could cut through a melon. You repeat it over and over—”it doesn’t matter.” You’re sitting there with the most powerful thing in the universe, your imagination, and yet it doesn’t matter. New worlds are waiting for you. But you don’t pull the trigger.

“You go to meetings. What are these meetings? Who’s there? What do you talk about, the end of the world? Your problems? The conversations seem to be endless…”

“But society runs on groups! It must have groups!” And what? The individual must give in and join and belong? That’s the conclusion? I’m afraid not. Consensus reality is a cartoon that is trying to become as real as steel. What deconstructs the steel and exposes the cartoon? There is only one thing that can do that. Nothing and no one else is going to do that. The individual does it."
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          Welcome Together SC Members (Renewing Members for Week of 12/3/2018)      Cache   Translate Page      

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          UK Player From Paducah Charged with Assault      Cache   Translate Page      
A University of Kentucky football player and Paducah native who played at McCracken County High School is facing assault charges in Lexington.

According to Fayette County Jail records, Lexington Police arrested 21-year-old Zy'Aire Hughes early Sunday morning on Woodland Avenue. He is charged with fourth-degree assault. There were no other details available about his arrest.

UK Director of Athletics Communications and Public Relations Susan Lax told the Lexington Herald Leader university officials are aware that Hughes has been arrested, and that they are still gathering information.

“We’re in the process of gathering information," Coach Mark Stoops said. "Proper behavior is an expectation of our program and we will address this as the facts are determined.”


Hughes, a sophomore wide receiver at UK, graduated from McCracken County High in 2016.
          UK's Stoops, Allen Receive SEC Honors      Cache   Translate Page      
Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa is the offensive player of the year and one of five members of the top-ranked Crimson Tide to earn first-team honors on The Associated Press All-Southeastern Conference team.

No. 16 Kentucky (No. 14 College Football Playoff ) has the SEC’s defensive player of the year in linebacker Josh Allen and the coach of the year in Mark Stoops. Vanderbilt running back and Illinois transfer Ke’Shawn Vaughn was named newcomer of the year.

Alabama (13-0) is the top seed in the College Football Playoff after overcoming Tagovailoa’s ankle injury to rally past Georgia 35-28 in the Southeastern Conference championship game Saturday. Kentucky (9-3) will face No. 13 Penn State (9-3, No. 12 CFP) in the Citrus Bowl on Jan. 1 after posting its highest regular-season win total since 1977.

Tagovailoa, Allen and Mississippi wide receiver A.J. Brown were unanimous first-team selections.

Tagovailoa, one of the prime contenders for the Heisman Trophy, has thrown 37 touchdown passes with only four interceptions to rank second nationally in passing efficiency. He struggled in the SEC championship game before leaving in the second half with a high ankle sprain, though coach Nick Saban is hopeful the sophomore will be ready for the Dec. 29 Orange Bowl semifinal with No. 4 Oklahoma (12-1).

Allen has recorded 14 sacks to lead all Power Five players. Brown leads the SEC in catches (85) and yards receiving (1,320).

Vaughn has rushed for 1,001 yards and 10 touchdowns while averaging 6.95 yards per carry.

Alabama players joining Tagovailoa as first-team picks include offensive tackle Jonah Williams, center Ross Pierschbacher, wide receiver Jerry Jeudy and defensive tackle Quinnen Williams.

The Crimson Tide had eight overall all-SEC selections to lead all teams. No. 6 Georgia (No. 5 CFP) had seven players earn all-SEC honors, though cornerback Deandre Baker was the Bulldogs’ only first-team selection.

A panel of 28 writers and broadcasters who cover the SEC voted on the AP all-conference team.

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The Associated Press All-Southeastern Conference football team, with position, name, school, height, weight, class and hometown:

FIRST TEAM

Offense

u-WR - A.J. Brown, Mississippi (u), 6-1, 230, Jr., Starkville, Mississippi

WR - Jerry Jeudy, Alabama, 6-1, 192, So., Deerfield Beach, Florida

T - Greg Little, Mississippi, 6-6, 325, Jr., Allen, Texas

T - Jonah Williams, Alabama, 6-5, 301, Jr., Folsom, California

G - Bunchy Stallings, Kentucky, 6-3, 305, Sr., McComb, Mississippi

G - Tre’Vour Wallace-Simms, Missouri, 6-5, 330, Jr., East St. Louis, Illinois

C - Ross Pierschbacher, Alabama, 6-4, 309, Sr., Cedar Falls, Iowa

TE - Jace Sternberger, Texas A&M, 6-4, 250, Jr., Kingfisher, Oklahoma

u-QB - Tua Tagovailoa, Alabama, 6-1, 218, So., Ewa Beach, Hawaii

RB - Benny Snell Jr., Kentucky, 5-11, 223, Jr., Westerville, Ohio

RB - Trayveon Williams, Texas A&M, 5-9, 200, Jr., Houston

PK - Cole Tracy, LSU, 5-11, 188, Sr., Camarillo, California

All-purpose - Deebo Samuel, South Carolina, 6-0, 210, Sr., Inman, South Carolina

Defense

DE - Jachai Polite, Florida, 6-2, 242, Jr., Daytona Beach, Florida

DE - Montez Sweat, Mississippi State, 6-6, 245, Sr., Stone Mountain, Georgia

DT - Jeffery Simmons, Mississippi State, 6-4, 300, Jr., Macon, Mississippi

DT - Quinnen Williams, Alabama, 6-4, 295, So., Birmingham, Alabama

u-LB Josh Allen, Kentucky, 6-5, 260, Sr., Montclair, New Jersey

LB - Deshaun Davis, Auburn, 5-11, 233, Sr., Prichard, Alabama

LB - Devin White, LSU, 6-1, 240, Jr., Springhill, Louisiana

CB - Deandre Baker, Georgia, 5-11, 185, Sr., Miami

CB - Greedy Williams, LSU, 6-3, 184, So., Shreveport, Louisiana

S - Johnathan Abram, Mississippi State, 6-0, 215, Sr., Columbia, Mississippi

S - Grant Delpit, LSU, 6-3, 203, So., Houston

P - Braden Mann, Texas A&M, 5-11, 190, Jr., Houston

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SECOND TEAM

Offense

WR - Kalija Lipscomb, Vanderbilt, 6-1, 201, Jr., New Orleans

WR - Deebo Samuel, South Carolina, 6-0, 210, Sr., Inman, South Carolina

T - Martez Ivey, Florida, 6-5, 306, Sr., Apopka, Florida

T - Andrew Thomas, Georgia, 6-5, 320, So., Lithonia, Georgia

G - Zack Bailey, South Carolina, 6-6, 314, Sr., Summerville, South Carolina

G - Hjalte Froholdt, Arkansas, 6-5, 315, Sr., Svendborg, Denmark

C - Lamont Gaillard, Georgia, 6-2, 308, Sr., Fayetteville, North Carolina

TE - Jared Pinkney, Vanderbilt, Jr., 6-4, 255, Norcross, Georgia

QB - Drew Lock, Missouri, 6-4, 225, Sr., Lee’s Summit, Missouri

RB - D’Andre Swift, Georgia, 5-9, 215, So., Philadelphia

RB - Ke’Shawn Vaughn, Vanderbilt, 5-10, 222, Jr., Nashville, Tennessee

PK - Rodrigo Blankenship, Georgia, 6-1, 191, Jr., Marietta, Georgia

All-purpose - Mecole Hardman, Georgia, 5-11, 183, Jr., Bowman, Georgia

Defense

DE - Isaiah Buggs, Alabama, 6-5, 286, Sr., Ruston, Louisiana

DE - Raekwon Davis, Alabama, 6-7, 316, Jr., Meridian, Mississippi

DT - Derrick Brown, Auburn, 6-5, 320, Jr., Sugar Hill, Georgia

DT - Terry Beckner Jr., Missouri, 6-4, 295, Sr., East St. Louis, Illinois

LB - De’Jon Harris, Arkansas, 6-0, 245, Jr., Harvey, Louisiana

LB - Erroll Thompson, Mississippi State, 6-1, 250, So., Florence, Alabama

LB —D’Andre Walker, Georgia, 6-3, 245, Sr., Fairburn, Georgia

CB - Cameron Dantzler, Mississippi State, 6-2, 175, So., Hammond, Louisiana

CB - Joejuan Williams, Vanderbilt, 6-3, 210, Jr., Nashville, Tennessee

S - Mike Edwards, Kentucky, 6-0, 201, Sr., Cincinnati

S - Deionte Thompson, Alabama, 6-2, 196, Jr., Orange, Texas

P - Zach Von Rosenberg, LSU, 6-5, 245, So., Lake Charles, Louisiana

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Offensive Player of the Year —QB Tua Tagovailoa, Alabama

Defensive Player of the Year_LB Josh Allen, Kentucky

Newcomer of the Year —RB Ke’Shawn Vaughn, Vanderbilt (Illinois transfer)

Coach of the Year_Mark Stoops, Kentucky

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u-Unanimous selection

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Voting Panel:

Reggie Anderson, WLTX, Columbia, South Carolina

Ben Baby, Dallas Morning News

Matt Baker, Tampa Bay (Florida) Times

John Bednarowski, Marietta (Georgia) Daily Journal

Robert Cessna, The Eagle, Bryan-College Station, Texas

John Clay, Lexington (Kentucky) Herald-Leader

David Cloninger, The Post and Courier, Charleston, South Carolina

Joel Coleman, Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal

Pat Dooley, The Gainesville (Florida) Sun

Garland Gillen, WVUE, New Orleans

Tom Green, Alabama Media Group

Jon Hale, The Courier-Journal, Louisville, Kentucky

Bob Holt, Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

Ben Jones, The Tuscaloosa (Alabama) News

Steve Layman, WTVF, Nashville, Tennessee

Logan Lowery, Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal

Maria Martin, WSFA, Montgomery, Alabama

Dave Matter, St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Tom Murphy, Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

Patrick Murray, WBIR, Knoxville, Tennessee

Scott Rabalais, The Advocate, Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Alex Schiffer, Kansas City Star

Adam Sparks, The Tennessean, Nashville, Tennessee

Nick Suss, The Clarion-Ledger, Jackson, Mississippi

Jake Thompson, The Oxford (Mississippi) Eagle

Blake Toppmeyer, Knoxville (Tennessee) News-Sentinel

Josh Vitale, Montgomery (Alabama) Advertiser

Marc Weiszer, Athens (Georgia) Banner-Herald


          Kentucky Accepts Bid to VRBO Citrus Bowl      Cache   Translate Page      
On the strength of Kentucky football's best regular season in four decades, the Wildcats have earned the right to play on New Year's Day. No. 14 UK has accepted a bid to play in the VRBO Citrus Bowl, where the Cats will take on No. 12 Penn State Jan. 1 in Orlando, Florida.

The game will kick off at 1 p.m. at Camping World Stadium in Orlando and will air on ABC. The Citrus Bowl is among the longest-running and tradition-rich bowls, with this year's edition marking the 10th straight matchup of ranked opponents and the 30th ranked matchup in the last 31 years.

"We're very pleased to earn another bowl bid and honored to receive an invitation from the VRBO Citrus Bowl," Mark Stoops said. "It will be exciting for us to play in this bowl for the first time.  It will be a great challenge to play Penn State, an outstanding team with great tradition."

This marks the third consecutive bowl appearance for the Wildcats under Stoops – tied for the second-longest streak in school history – and 18th overall. Kentucky has an all-time record of 8-9 in bowl games.

UK's appearance in the Citrus Bowl is the first in school history. UK will also be competing in a New Year's Day bowl for the first time since the 1998 season and the fourth time overall.

"This season has been a special one for Kentucky football and I am excited the hard work of our players and coaches and the dedication of our fans has been rewarded with a trip to the VRBO Citrus Bowl," Athletics Director Mitch Barnhart said. "To play on New Year's Day in a bowl game of prestige of the Citrus Bowl is a milestone for our program and we are thankful for the opportunity to close out the season with what would be a significant victory. We ask our fans to honor this team and these seniors one last time by joining us in Orlando. They deserve the kind of support that the Big Blue Nation is so well known for."

All Kentucky football season ticket holders and eligible K Fund donors that placed a Citrus Bowl request during the priority request period (Oct. 30 – Nov. 29) will receive tickets, and confirmation emails will be sent Sunday evening. Tickets ordered during the priority request period will be allocated into the best seat locations in Kentucky's official allotment and assigned in order of K Fund priority point ranking later this week.

After holding tickets to fulfill all priority requests, remaining tickets in Kentucky's official allotment will go on sale Monday, Dec. 3 at 9 a.m. ET, online at UKFootballTix.com or by calling (800) 928-2287, option 4. Remaining tickets in Kentucky's allotment are located in the Plaza level corners and in the Terrace level between the 30-yard lines. Tickets will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis, while supplies last. New this season, fans will be able to select specific seat locations upon purchase. For more information about purchasing Citrus Bowl tickets, visit UKFootballTix.com. Student ticket information for the Citrus Bowl will also be available on Sunday evening, online at UKFootballTix.com.

Kentucky will enter the Citrus Bowl with a record of 9-3, including 5-3 in Southeastern Conference play. Both marks are the best for the Wildcats since 1977. UK is the only team in the country to tie or improve its win total from the previous year in each of the last six seasons, which coincides with Stoops' arrival in Lexington.

UK's defense has established itself as one of the best units in America in 2018, ranking eighth nationally in scoring defense (16.3 points per game). Linebacker Josh Allen has been the standout among a group of senior leaders for the Wildcats, becoming a finalist for Walter Camp National Player of the Year, the Bronko Nagurski Trophy, Chuck Bednarik Award, Butkus Award and the Lott IMPACT Trophy in the process. Allen is UK's record holder for both career sacks and sacks in a season.

On offense, UK is led by All-America candidate Benny Snell Jr. The junior running back is among national and SEC leaders with 1,305 rushing yards and 14 rushing touchdowns. Snell needs 107 yards to become UK's all-time leading rusher, having already joined Herschel Walker as one of only two players in SEC history to rush for at least 1,000 yards and 12 touchdowns in his first three seasons.

Penn State enters the matchup with Kentucky with a record of 9-3 (6-3 Big Ten) after closing the regular season with three straight victories. The Nittany Lions are led by senior Trace McSorley, the winningest quarterback in program history, and have now reached four straight bowl games under head coach James Franklin. UK last faced Penn State in the Outback Bowl on Jan. 1, 1999, where Kentucky fell by a final score of 26-14. The Cats have a 2-3 record all time against Penn State.


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          Gilbert & Sullivan Players Announce THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE Plus NYE Celebration      Cache   Translate Page      

New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players (NYGASP) continues its 44th season beginning Thursday, December 27 with five performances of The Pirates of Penzance at the Kaye Playhouse at Hunter College (E. 68th Street Between Park and Lexington Avenues).

THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE

This holiday engagement will feature fun and exciting activities for the whole family starting with "Bring your Grandparents Day" on Thurs.,December 27, (which includes a pre-show Family Overture at 1:45 p.m. and a post-show Back-stage tour following the 3:00 p.m. performance); Fri., December 28 at 7:30 p.m.; Sat., December 29 with a pre-show Family Overture at 12:45 p.m., performances at 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m; and Sun., December 30, 3:00 p.m.

"Family Overtures" feature a musical introduction, plot summary, and historical background made entertaining for children but also enjoyed by adults new to G&S as well as longtime fans of this repertory.

Under the leadership of Founder and Artistic Director Albert Bergeret, considered by many to be the "leading custodian of the G&S classics", New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players (NYGASP) has presented thousands of performances in New York and throughout the U.S., Canada, and Great Britain in its 44 year history. Incorporating a full orchestra and dynamic professional singing actors, NYGASP productions feature contemporary energy while retaining a traditional respect for the G&S masterpieces that is so important to fans of this universally appealing repertory.

The story of The Pirates of Penzance is both witty and charming while the score includes such favorites as "I am the very model of a model Major-General", "Poor Wand'ring One", "When the Foeman Bares His Steel" and "Come friends who plough the sea" (the source for the tune of "Hail, hail the gangs all here").

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Everyone has pretended to be a pirate at some point. On the coast of Cornwall, a band of tenderhearted pirates celebrates the coming of age of Frederic, who was mistakenly apprenticed to the pirates until his 21st birthday. Now, Frederic has vowed to devote his life to the extermination of piracy - until a ludicrous leap year snag threatens to keep him apprenticed to the pirates for life! Throw in a bevy of beauties, a brash Pirate King, the delightfully stuffy Major-General Stanley and you've got what The New York Times calls "an endearing production with high musical standards and spirited performances".

The NYGASP production of Pirates has been a staple of the Company's repertory for over 40 years, but each season brings fresh new faces joining with seasoned veterans - creating an exciting blend of experience and novelty. This season's cast includes lovely sopranos Sarah Caldwell Smith and Katie Dixon as Mabel, expert comedians James Mills and David Macaluso alternating as pattering Major-General Stanley and pirate side kick Samuel, Angela Christine Smith as ditsy nursemaid Ruth, David Auxier as a limber, but timid, Sergeant of Police, Matthew Wages as the brash Pirate King, tenors Alex Corson and Carter Lynch as duty bound pirate apprentice Frederic, mezzos Amy Maude Helfer, Abigail Benke, Emily Wright, Hannah Holmes and Merrill Grant as the Major- General's daughters adventurous Kate, concerned Edith, and dancer Isabel.

Tickets for The Pirates of Penzance are priced from $25 - $95 with 10 % off for seniors and half price tickets for children 12 and under. Information and tickets can be obtained by calling (212) 772-4448 or by visiting www.nygasp.org.

NEW YEAR'S EVE WITH NYGASP

The best of NYGASP will perform their personal G&S favorites followed by the Company's signature tour-de-force challenge - audience requests from the G&S repertoire performed impromptu. Topped off with a champagne toast to the New Year and a rousing rendition of Auld Lang Syne! The festivities take place at Leonard Nimoy Thalia at Symphony Space (2537 Broadway at 95th Street) at 7:30pm. Advance reservations are required - $75 (10 % off for seniors and half price for children 12 and under) and can be made by calling 212-769-1000 or at: www.nygasp.org


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Nowadays, it's not unusual to see people parading naked through the streets.
Don't believe me?
Just show up around Philadelphia's tres chic Rittenhouse Square during Philly Naked Bike Ride Sunday in early September and you'll see more than 1,000 naked people cycling, roller blading, walking and jogging round the square and up 18th Street as they move through center city. They say they're all doing it for a cause -- the save-the-planet advantages of fueless travel propelled by your own two legs. Nobody bothers them as they roam through the city streets and even little children seem quite unfazed.
But in the early 1970s running around in public naked was called streaking and while some thought it was just a mild form of rebellion, it could get you arrested.
Actually, streaking pre-dated the early 70s though it wasn't known by that name.
It's said that the first recorded incident of streaking in the United States occurred in 1804 by a college student at Washington and Lee University. Senior George William Crump was arrested for running nude through the city of Lexington, Virginia, where the university is located. Crump was suspended for the remainder of the academic semester, but later went on to become a U.S. Congressman and Ambassador to Chile.
But back to the 20th century.
By the mid 1970s streaking had really gained momentum and as early as 1973 Time magazine reported: “running nude is a growing Los Angeles-area fad that is catching on among college students and other groups.”
In the spring 1974 streaking came to Cherry Hill when a naked man ran up the aisle and out a nearby door during mass at St. Peter Celestine (now Christ Our Light) Roman Catholic Church on Kings Highway. The whole thing was apparently some sort of prank and it all happened when parishioner and then Cherry Mayor John T. Holden was reportedly present along with the church's pastor. It all occurred so quickly that many missed the sprint while others gasped or chuckled. By that time streaking had become a well-publicized fad.
Around the same time Cherry Hill's famed Cherry Blossom parade (which occurred each year in early May) was host to a cake-walking streaker when a member of a parading mummers band dropped trou and exposed himself to the parade-watching crowd. As a fellow band member quickly attempted to cover his colleague up, the police moved in and arrested the guy who was later charged with lewdness. Having witnessed the incident I can tell you that it was quite short, in more ways than one.
The most famous streaking incident of 1974 occurred in Hollywood during the worldwide telecast of the Academy Awards. At the Oscars, as legendary British actor David Niven prepared to present an award, 34-year-old Robert Opel (right) streaked across the stage flashing a peace sign. Opel’s run across the stage occurred when Niven was between him and the camera so nothing below the waist was visible to the TV audience. Appearing to recover quickly, the bemused Niven quipped, “Isn’t it fascinating to think that probably the only laugh that man will ever get in his life is by stripping off and showing his shortcomings?"



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