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          2018-19 Bakersfield Condors special event: $5 Frenzy happening Dec. 14      Cache   Translate Page      
The Bakersfield Condors of the American Hockey League will have a special $5 frenzy night on Dec. 14 when the Condors host the San Diego Gulls at Rabobank Arena. Fans will have the opportunity to purchase up to two Condors knit caps. If there are knit caps still available after the second period...
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          Do San Diego tacos really suck? Part I      Cache   Translate Page      
Tacos El Chino isn’t some high-end restaurant. It’s one of innumerable taco joints on a touristy stretch in one of Baja’s most touristy towns. But it also just happens to be a step above the others.
          Lägg inte skulden på dina föräldrar! Barn kan övervinna genetisk predisposition för fetma      Cache   Translate Page      
Medicine concept

Här följer ett översatt gästinlägg av dr Bret Scher, kardiolog från San Diego och värd för Diet Doctors podcast.

Vi hör det hela tiden, “Alla i min familj är överviktiga och jag har varit överviktig i hela mitt liv. Det ligger helt enkelt i mina gener.” Medan det kan visst vara sant har vi nu evidens för att man kan övervinna genetisk predisposition för fetma.

Eurek Alert: Despite common obesity gene variants obese children lose weight after lifestyle changes

En nyligen publicerad artikel i tidskriften Obesity rapporterar om en dansk kohortstudie, utförd på barn och ungdomar mellan 6 och 18 år. Författarna använde data från tidigare studier som identifierade 15 genetiska polymorfer (SNP eller mutationer) som gör barn predisponerade att bli feta. Den första delan av studien verifierade att dessa SNP korrelerade med förhöjt BMI.

I nästa steg genomförde de en livsstilsintervention hos 754 av försökspersonerna och kontrollerade om en fysiologiska responsen relaterade till genuppsättningen eller inte. Det är hoppfullt att de fann att barn och vuxna förbättrade sitt BMI oavsett genetisk benägenhet för fetma.

Den här studien pekar därför på att även om dina gener gör det mer sannolikt att du utvecklar övervikt eller fetma, är resultatet fortfarande under din egen kontroll. Man kan alltså med andra ord säga att våra gener inte är vårt öde. De är mer som en karta där vi antingen kan välja att följa huvudvägen eller ta av, med de beslut vi fattar om nutrition, fysisk aktivitet, sömn, stresshantering, sociala nätverk med mera.

Nästa gång du vill lägga skulden på dina föräldrar, ta istället ett djupt andetag och tänk på alla sätt du kan göra livsstilförändringar på din väg mot hälsa.

Tack för att du läser,
Dr Bret Scher

Tidigare

Högt BMI kopplat till kortare liv

All fettvävnad är inte likadan

Fetma: Sluta skuldbelägga, börja förstå

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          People on the move including DDB, R/GA, GlaxoSmithKline and more      Cache   Translate Page      

This week has seen another wave of appointments and departures at brands, media owners and agencies. The Drum has rounded up the key moves from the EMEA, APAC and North America regions below.

 

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GlaxoSmithKline

Diageo's global head of digital media partnerships, Jerry Daykin, is to depart for GlaxoSmithKline to become its media director for the region.

Carat

The ad agency has named Sean Healy as global chief strategy officer, to support the transformation of Carat as part of the Dentsu Aegis Network.

ISBA

The company has named Bobi Carley its head of TV and video. She will play a key role in the association’s advocacy agency and work closely with Steve Chester, director of media. Carley has experience at Disney, Viacom, Sky TV and ad agency Red Brick Road.

Bartle Bogle Hegarty

Chief strategy officer Alison Hoad is leaving the agency. Her position will not be replaced, but head of strategy Ben Shaw will oversee the planning department. Hoad came to BBH in 2017, and had spent 11 years at VMLY&R (then known as Rainey Kelly Campbell Roalfe/Y&R).

Adam&Eve/DDB

Co-founders James Murphy and David Golding are leaving the agency to launch a new creative business. They depart five years after selling to Omnicom, and 10 years after starting the agency with Ben Priest and Jon Forsyth.

Ogilvy

Redundancy at the agency’s UK office has seen planning partner James Whatley leave the company. In his seven-year stint at Ogilvy UK, he has worked with clients like IBM, Land Rover and Converse.

Himsworth Scott

The reputation management law firm has promoted Lorna Caddy to director. Caddy has experience as an intellectual property and media lawyer, and last spent 13 years at Taylor Wessing.

The law firm also hired Steven Hudson, who has over a decade of experience practicing at media, sport and entertainment law firms Schillings and Harbottle & Lewis.

Proximity

Proximity London elevated Amanda Arthur to the newly-created position of vice president, data and analytics. Claire Tusler, the agency’s former data strategy partner, will replace Arthur as head of data and analytics.

Arthur has been with the company for five years, and Tesler has been at Proximity London for 10 years. The two will report to chief strategy officer Adam Fulford.

 

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Xaxis

Xaxis saw a slew of internal moves. The company named Atique Kazi vice president of business development for Xaxis Asia Pacific. Bharat Khatri is the new country lead for Xaxis India. Daniel Henriksen is now head of outcome media planning for Xasis Asia.

Lotame 

The data solutions company has announced the appointment of Fred Marthoz as managing director for the South East Asia (SEA) region.

Based out of the company’s Singapore office, Marthoz will serve as a member of the company’s executive leadership team. In his role, Marthoz will be responsible for spearheading Lotame’s efforts across business lines and driving market growth for the SEA region.

Omnicom Media Group 

The group has promoted HeeYoun Yang to chief executive officer of Omnicom Media Group Korea. Previously the chief executive officer of PHD Korea, Yang will now oversee both the Group and OMD’s operations in Korea as well.

Zeno

The PR and communications company has chosen Ruby Fu for the newly-created position of president of Zeno China. Most recently, Fu was chief executive officer of Burson Marsteller in China and before that, spent seven years with Standard Chartered Bank in Taiwan and Hong Kong.

Spectrum

The Singapore-based technology and innovation business club has hired Chris McPherson as its international chief executive officer to spearhead its expansion plans in Singapore and internationally. 

McPherson has previously held senior roles at Condeco, Intel, Raritan Asia Pacific, and LenovoEMC (previously Iomega).  

whiteGREY 

The agency has appointed Katie Firth to the newly-created position of national managing director, based in Melbourne.

Most recently the executive partner at TBWA\Melbourne, Firth brings more than 17 years’ experience across marketing, PR, events and activations, and advertising to the new role, teamed with a strong background in key sectors including automotive, travel and tourism, energy, financial services, and insurance. 

Chope

The restaurant booking and deals platform has appointed Sean Tan as chief operations officer. With Tan on board, previous chief operations officer Dinesh Balasingam moves to a new executive position driving Chope’s core bookings business unit as its regional business unit head, while Tan focuses on operations, strategy, and cross-functional initiatives across Chope’s eight Asia offices. 

Tan was previously chief business development officer and Singapore general manager of iProperty.com Group.

TBWA\Singapore

Tuomas Peltoniemi, the president of Asia for Digital Arts Network and innovation director at TBWA\Singapore, will be leaving his post to join R/GA as its executive vice president and managing director of APAC.

On the same day of Peltoniemi’s departure, TBWA announced it has moved Cyril Bedat back to its Singapore office from the United States and appointed him director of regional client partner and innovation.

Bedat returns to Singapore after spending two years at TBWA\Chiat Day in Los Angeles where he was the global business director. He previously spent a year at TBWA\Singapore as business director.

J Walter Thompson Hong Kong

The WPP-owned agency has appointed Matt Parry as its new managing director to work closely alongside recently-appointed executive creative director Carlos Camacho.

Parry was most recently business director and business unit general manager at at JWT Shanghai.

WPP AUNZ

WPP has appointed Sunita Gloster to the newly created role of chief customer officer as part of its growth agenda in Australia and New Zealand. Gloster joins from PwC’s CMO Advisory where she been a director and advisory board member since its inception

OMD Australia

The network has tapped Kasey Doran as head of strategy and product for Queensland. Doran will be responsible for developing innovative communications solutions and driving quality product output for the OMD Brisbane office. 

72andSunny

The agency has hired a new business development director in Tara Jaijee, who will be based in Australia, and work across both the Sydney and Singapore offices.

Jaijee joins the team from The Monkeys where she was the head of marketing. Prior to that, she led marketing and new business at creative agencies M&C Saatchi Group and DDB Group in Australia.

Prophet

The consultancy has announced the appointment of Eric Hor as an associate partner, based in its Asia headquarters in Hong Kong. 

Iris

The creative agency has promoted Jill Smith from business director to managing director of Iris Shanghai. Smith has been responsible for building Iris Shanghai’s unique offering over the past year, creating a strong digitally savvy team and a growing portfolio of multinational and domestic clients. In her previous role as business director, Smith was responsible for opportunity assessment and client portfolio development of the Shanghai office. 

 

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quench

The food and beverage marketing company hired Lorraine McGill to lead growth in firm’s new Chicago office. McGill previously served as account director at Grey in New York. She will oversee the Sun-Maid account for quench.

Sizmek

The ad tech firm has named Patrick Bevilacqua its head of global customer success, where he will oversee the company’s Customer Success group. He comes from MDC Media partners agency Assembly, where he was senior vice president of programmatic and data strategy.

DDB

Omnicom’s DDB Worldwide recently added to its US leadership. Azher Ahmed has been promoted to executive vice president, director of digital. Valerie Bengoa has been promoted to executive vice president, director of finance.

Both Ahmed and Bengoa will be responsible for DDB's three US offices: New York, Chicago and San Francisco. They will also be responsible for Tribal New York and Rodgers Townsend.

Ahmed has over 20 years of experience in digital marketing, and Bengoa has been with DDB since 1998.

Envoy

The design and innovation consultancy has announced three new hires. Josh Creter is the new vice president of technology; he previously served as chief technology officer at Counterpointing.

Julia Mooradian moves from VML to Envoy where she will serve as account director. Jay Cruz was the former creative director at Cuker; he will hold the same title at Envoy.

Mirum

The digital agency has promoted Demetrios Kontizas to vice president of technology. He will lead Mirum’s San Diego office and head all technology disciplines for the Salt Lake City office.

Marcus Thomas

The Cleveland-based agency named Garth Bender its new director of customer experience. Bender was mostly recently the relationship lead for Digitas’ Altria in Chicago, and has previously held roles at Havas Helia, Energy BBDO and Cramer-Krasselt.

Venables Bell & Partners

The independent ad agency made hires across creative and account management teams. Michael Chase has been promoted to director of brand management after serving as group brand director. Meredith Osterhoff, who joined VB&P in 2017, will take on the role of group brand director.

Gus Johnson and Byron del Rosario have both been named creative directors. Johnson joined n 2015, and del Rosario joined in 2009.

Aisha Hakim, who came to VB&P in 2015, has been elevated to senior art director. Jon Donaghy has been promoted to senior designer.

R/GA

The agency has named David Corns its senior vice president, managing director of its San Francisco office. Corn most recently led the brand management department at Venables Bell & Partners.

Young & Laramore

The Indianapolis-based creative agency has named Trevor Williams and Bryan Judkins co-group creative directors. Williams has worked with brands like Farm Bureau Insurance and Brizo; Judkins has worked with the likes of American Standard and Louisville Slugger. They will report to executive creative director Carolyn Hadlock.

Luci Creative

The Chicago-based design firm has hired Mark Ewing as its studio manager. He comes from Chicago’s Museum of Science and Industry where he served as senior project manager for 11 years.

Toth+Co

The independent branding and ad agency appointed Kimberlee Eten as its creative director. She will be based in New York and lead creative teams in New York and Boston. Eten worked at Toth+Co from 2001-2011 as design director.

Rabagast

The production company brought in Nico Buris to serve as managing director and executive producer for the company’s South American offices. Buris spent the last 20 years producing in his native Argentina, Chile and Uruguay. He previously worked as a producer at leading Spanish-speaking production house Landia.

Carbon

The Silicon Valley-based digital manufacturing company has named Dara Treseder its first chief marketer. Her last stop was at General Electric (GE), where she served as chief marketing officer of GE Ventures and GE Business Innovations.

The Martin Agency

The agency has promoted Matt Mattox to senior vice president, group account director. He previously held the role of SVP, group planning director. Mattox will lead the Geico account.

Wirewax

The interactive video technology company has hired Yvonne Cheng as its executive vice president of creative solutions. She has 14 years of experience on the creative side and has worked at Droga5, BBDO and Campfire. She recently ran creative strategy in the ad sales team at Tumblr and Yahoo.

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          Convergint Technologies Expands In The Western United States With The Acquistion Of Firstline Security Integration      Cache   Translate Page      
...Calif. , FSI has built strong relationships with many key customers throughout the west, including those in the energy, utilities, municipalities, healthcare, and higher education markets. With an additional office in San Diego, Calif. , FSI has 49 experienced colleagues, all of whom ...

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State Assembly Speaker Says Housing Will Be a Priority in the New Year The new State Legislature was sworn in Monday, even as a few ballots remain to be counted. Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon says housing will be a major priority for California lawmakers in the coming year. Reporter: Scott Shafer New Bill Would Require Dense Housing Near Public Transit State Senator Scott Wiener of San Francisco is trying again to win approval of a bill that could remake California cities by requiring high-density housing development near transit. Reporter: Dan Brekke Camp Fire Survivors Head Back to School In Butte County last night, Sheriff Kory Honea announced that the list of missing in Camp Fire, once as high as 1,300 people, has fallen to 11. And after further DNA analysis, the list of deceased now stands at 85. With the fire and smoke gone, more than 30,000 students are returning to school. Reporter: Michelle Wiley One Year Later: Remembering the Thomas Fire A year ago today, an electrical transformer blew up, sparking a massive brush fire in Ventura County. The Thomas Fire became the largest wildfire in California history up to that point. In 2018, both the Mendocino Complex and Camp Fires eclipsed that record. Reporter: Greta Mart Arrest Rates in California Have Dropped by Nearly 60 Percent Arrest rates have reached a historic low across California, according to a new report by The Public Policy Institute of California. Rates have fallen by 58 percent since their peak in the late 1980's, driven primarily by a major drop in arrests of people 24 or younger. Reporter: Ryan Levi UC Berkeley Settles Lawsuit Alleging Discrimination Against Conservative Speakers Conservative groups and UC Berkeley have reached a settlement agreement in a 2017 free speech case. The lawsuit stems from allegations by students that the school selectively discriminated against conservatives invited to speak on campus. In exchange for the plaintiffs dropping their suit, the school agreed to make changes to its events policy and cover the cost of extra security for most student events. San Diego Judge Halts Needle Exchange Program A judge in San Diego county  granted an injunction against a mobile needle exchange program in Orange County, halting it last week. Without the exchange operating, organizers of the program say the litter is only going to get worse. Reporter: Michelle Wiley UCSF Study Links Fentanyl Overdoses With Spike in Heroin Prices Trump says he has secured an agreement with China to stop the production of the potent synthetic opioid fentanyl, which has swept into the illicit US drug market. A UCSF study published today looks at whether this was in response to supply or demand. Reporter: Raquel Maria Dillon How Will All That Smoke From the Camp Fire Affect Our Long-Term Health? As people in Butte County grapple with the aftermath of the deadliest wildfire in California history, new questions arise about the long-term impact of smoke from the Camp Fire. Aaron Glantz with Reveal from the Center for Investigative Reporting talks with KQED's Penny Nelson about how smoke from recent fires affects our health. Guest: Aaron Glantz  
          This is why the Padres might want Sonny Gray      Cache   Translate Page      
A surprising name has emerged among San Diego's offseason targets. The Padres have indeed spoken with the Yankees about Sonny Gray, as MLB.com's Jon Paul Morosi reported. That doesn't exactly fit the plan, so why explore this trade? Well, the organization doesn't view a potential Gray deal as counterintuitive to those stated goals.
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SAN DIEGO:  Christmas is considered the most favored holiday each year. Christmas engenders feelings of…

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          December San Diego Public Administrator Auction - San Diego CA - Wednesday December 19th, 2018 - Grahams I-15 Auctions      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Walmart to roll out robot janitors: 360 floor scrubbing AI bots set to take to stores across America      Cache   Translate Page      
The  autonomous janitors can clean floors on their own, even when customers are around, the San Diego startup behind the smart bots said.
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Rocky Long, the head football coach of the San Diego State University (SDSU) Aztecs, expressed his dissatisfaction over his team’s playing performance during the second half. The Aztecs (7-5, 4-4) recently won against the Boise State University’s Broncos and the Arizona State University’s Sun Devils, cementing a six-game victory. With their defeat against the University […]

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The Long Beach State vs San Diego game is up for 10:00 PM EST later tonight. The game is going to be happening at the Jenny Craig Pavilion in San Diego, California. The bets are on San Diego, but who knows? The stats dictate that the Toreros are surely a finer team with more talent […]

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          This is why the Padres might want Sonny Gray      Cache   Translate Page      
A surprising name has emerged among San Diego's offseason targets. The Padres have indeed spoken with the Yankees about Sonny Gray, as MLB.com's Jon Paul Morosi reported. That...
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Padres de familia del preescolar José María Morelos y Pavón de la comunidad de San Diego Xocoyucan bloquearon la carretera federal Ixtacuixtla-San Martín Texmelucan como medida de presión para que la Secretaría de Educación Pública del Estado (SEPE) asigne un intendente al plantel. De acuerdo con los inconformes, desde hace semanas han solicitado a las...

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          Report: Washington hoping to sign Josh Johnson      Cache   Translate Page      
Washington worked out Landry Jones and Ryan Mallett on Tuesday but hopes to sign a quarterback it worked out Nov. 19. The team wants Josh Johnson to back up Mark Sanchez, Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports. Johnson was the first pick of the San Diego Fleet of the Alliance of American Football last week. [more]
          Director of Information Technology-Downtown- 166k- great benefits      Cache   Translate Page      
CA-San Diego, Job Description: Company seeks to add a full-time, energetic professional with a strong work ethic and passion for detail and a keen desire to satisfy employee?s technology requirements in an efficient and cost-effective manner. This role will lead the implementation of IT governance and IT service management, which will generally follow the ITIL v3 framework. This work is performed in a highly-co
          Padres talking Sonny Gray trade with Yankees      Cache   Translate Page      
The San Diego Padres are looking to improve the club as they believe they are close to becoming a contender. According to one report, the Padres have had trade talks with the New York Yankees about pitcher Sonny Gray. MLB Network’s Jon Morosi reports that the Padres have had ongoing trade talks with the Yankees...Read More
          Paul McCartney will play a Dodger Stadium concert next summer      Cache   Translate Page      
The Beatle is also playing San Diego in the summer of 2019.
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          (USA-CA-San Diego) Senior Project Manager - Integrated Projects      Cache   Translate Page      
Become Part of Our Team As an industry leader Balfour Beatty offers employees a comprehensive benefits package that includes competitive salaries, comprehensive medical, dental and vision benefits, paid time off and volunteer hours, education assistance and much more including: + Medical, Dental, Vision and Life Insurance + Health Savings Account + 401(k) with company match + Flexible Spending Accounts (Dependent & Medical Reimbursement) + Vacation Time + Sick Time + Holidays + Paid Personal Days + Paid Volunteer time + Tuition Assistance + Employee Referral Bonus Summary Balfour Beatty Construction in Southern California (San Diego, CA area) is seeking a Senior Project Manager - Integrated Projects. This role will work on Design-Build and CM At-Risk projects in the following market sectors (Higher Education, Criminal Justice and Civic) in the dollar value ranges of $50M to $250M. Additionally, this role will require travel equal to or greater than 75% of the time. The primary role of the Senior Project Manager is to be the primary company representative responsible for the design administration and client expectations from pursuit to start of construction. The responsibilities include knowing and understanding project details and overseeing the direction of the design team to produce a design that complies with all aspects of the owner’s requirements while maintaining the budget. Collaborates with and helps transition the project to the on-site job team to ensure that the project is built effectively and efficiently according to the design documents. The Senior Project Manager is to be proficient in the advanced skills required to assist in the preparation of estimates in a way similar to a lead estimator. Assists the Chief Estimator in finalizing and assembling the budget, leveraging their experience on the procurement process as they are assigned the most complicated portions of a project. Helps the company gain an advantage during a pursuit or on bid day. Advanced skills includes the review of construction documents, preparation of cost estimates, management of subcontractor participation, teaming decisions, assistance with the bid process, chairs design meetings and maintenance of estimating databases. In addition to project duties, they are engaged in project pursuits, proposal development and business acquisition duties such as purchasing. Essential Functions + Oversees the development, execution and presentation of proposals. + Oversees and monitor team based relationships. + Tracks leads via partner relationships and referrals in business development capacity. + Coordinates with Legal/Risk regarding policies relating to teaming, contracts and pursuits. + Attends functions in a relationship building capacity. + Helps establish and manage client and team member expectations. + Supports best value bid process with bid day activities and oversight. + Participates in the decision process for blending partners into winning teams. + Oversees global project team during project pursuit. + Training and staff development. + Assists as needed with purchasing. + Develops design deliverable schedule and be responsible for progress. + Monitors risk and budget as well as the contract deliverable schedule. + Reviews and approves deliverables. + Verify agreements with strategic partners, draft contracts to execution. + Informs Director and BUL of issues and status. + When assigned, manages design build process, serves design manager role and LLC staff. + Encourages employee growth by mentoring and managing development plans. + Develops documents and maintains the delivery process and coordinate same with SOP. + Identify, hire and create development plans for individuals. + Participates in trade organizations. + Builds effective relationships with customers, design team, subcontractors, suppliers, and user groups that reflect and support company core values and meets or exceeds the customer’s expectations. + Actively participates in industry, client, and community relations to enhance company image. + Makes presentations to proactively seek new business opportunities through relationships. Minimum Requirements + 10 or more years of experience in a commercial construction Business Acquisition or Operations role. + Supervises and develops direct reports while prioritizing and delegating significant responsibilities to others. + Experienced and familiar with team based delivery, contracting and the design-build process. + Must be willing to travel 75% or more of the time. Preferred Experience + B.S. in Construction Management, Engineering, or related field preferred. + Design-Build and CM At-Risk projects in the following market sectors (Higher Education, Criminal Justice and Civic). + Demonstrates leadership skills with ability and willingness to face challenges, solve problems, and motivate others, while maintaining effective relationships with customers by meeting or exceeding their requirements and expectations. + Manages essential functions effectively by consistently driving for quality, profitable, safe, and timely results on the assigned project. + Demonstrates solid presentation skills and verbal/written skills. About us Balfour Beatty US is an industry-leading provider of general contracting, at-risk construction management and design-build services for public and private sector clients across the nation. Performing heavy civil and vertical construction, our teams build the unique structures and infrastructure that play an important role in how people live, work, learn and play in our communities. Our teammates have an instinctive passion for innovating that is fueled by a relentless curiosity, a drive to employ lean practices and processes and the determination to find a better way. Through Zero Harm®, we are challenging the construction industry’s assumptions about safety. We believe that no level of harm should come to anyone as a result of our business. Consistently ranked among the nation’s largest building contractors, by Engineering News-Record, our US business is a subsidiary of London-based Balfour Beatty plc (LSE: BBY). Balfour Beatty is an equal opportunity employer that recognizes the value of a diverse workforce. All qualified individuals will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, national origin, disability, veteran status, genetic information, or any other criteria protected by federal, state or local law.
          (USA-CA-San Diego) Senior Estimator      Cache   Translate Page      
Become Part of Our Team As an industry leader Balfour Beatty offers employees a comprehensive benefits package with competitive salaries and more including: + Medical, Dental, Vision and Life Insurance + Health Savings Account + 401(k) with company match + Flexible Spending Accounts (Dependent & Medical Reimbursement) + Vacation Time + Sick Time + Holidays + Paid Personal Days + Paid Volunteer time + Tuition Assistance + Employee Referral Bonus Summary Balfour Beatty Construction is seeking a qualified Senior Estimator to join our Southern California team in either the San Diego or Newport Beach office. If you have a passion for what you do, a strong drive to achieve results, the ability to solve problems creatively, and a dedication to client service and relationship management, come join us. The Senior Estimator is a member of the preconstruction team and is responsible for preparing budgets, estimates, and pre-bid packages for construction projects to be built for clients under the CM at Risk, design-Build, CM Multiple Prime, GC, Lease-Leaseback and Hard Bid delivery methods. Responsibilities also include working with the project management team in establishing a bidders list, soliciting and evaluating subcontractor proposals and scopes of work, preparing quantity surveys and reviewing project plans and specifications for constructability and value engineering in all CSI (Construction Specification Institute) categories of work. Some supervision of other estimators, intern/co-op students, or project engineers. Essential Functions + Leads estimates for active projects and pursuit opportunities. + Performs accurate, thorough and timely quantity takeoffs using company format, detail and coding for all CSI division systems for all levels of project documents (schematic, design development and, construction documents). + Develops accurate and concise clarifications and assumptions with the project management team’s assistance. + Manages multiple projects concurrently with ability to multitask. + Obtains clarification on plans and specifications from architects and engineers when necessary. Solicits and analyzes subcontractor and vendor pricing input. + Attends project site pre-bid meetings, site tours, and post-bid interviews as required. + Develops unit costs accurately. + Develops and analyzes value management analysis options. Performs technical/plan review. + Considers and understands problems, and identifies appropriate solutions. + Develops knowledge in building designs, systems and construction materials through available resources and uses this knowledge in guiding the owner to a viable project. + Experienced with lean practices, target value design and trend log management. Accurately assesses and plans takeoff workload. + Ensures all data placed in the historical database is accurate. Assists in purchasing or buyout duties. + Participates in document review workshops. + Proficient in all computer software programs used in preconstruction with emphasis on 2D/3D estimating software, sub solicitation software and Bluebeam. + Prepares and presents budget presentations to owners and architects. + Builds effective relationships with customers, design team, subcontractors, suppliers, and user groups that reflect and support company core values and meets or exceeds the customer’s expectations. + Performs other related duties as needed. Minimum Requirements + B.S. in Construction Management, Engineering, or equivalent work experience with 7 + years of preconstruction and/or operations experience on commercial construction projects or 10 years and more of progressive equivalent work experience in a related field. Depending upon the project size, scope, and complexity the years of experience may vary. + Knowledgeable in some or all of the following: civil/site construction, foundation and structural systems, interior finishes, exterior wall systems, mechanical and electrical systems and the costs of these systems. + Must possess knowledge of exterior building wall systems and interior finish construction systems. + Must demonstrate expanding knowledge of construction details about miscellaneous metals, casework, doors, specialties, radiation protection, and other trades. + Possess the ability to estimate all aspects of a commercial construction project, assemble into one budget, and present to owners. + Strong computer skills including the ability to use estimating software, word processing, spread sheets, bid management, online plan rooms and database applications and company communication tools, such as email, internet, and Microsoft products (e.g., Word, Excel, Office, Outlook). Preferred Requirements + Hard bid experience is a plus. + Higher Education, Civic, K-12 and correctional estimating backgrounds, highly desired. + Experience in the Southern California region, with intimate knowledge of the local markets and subcontractor base in the public market sector. + Must be able to view things from an owner’s perspective and present accordingly. + Must be a team player, able to work in and/or organize teams. + Must be able to operate as a “stand alone” estimator able to handle complete projects. + Must possess specific expertise with design-build and Construction Management at Risk projects. + Possess good organizational and management skills, and strong verbal and written communication skills. + Able to develop new skills and knowledge quickly. + Resourceful and diligent in seeking solutions to problems and adapting to new situations. About us Balfour Beatty US is an industry-leading provider of general contracting, at-risk construction management and design-build services for public and private sector clients across the nation. Performing heavy civil and vertical construction, our teams build the unique structures and infrastructure that play an important role in how people live, work, learn and play in our communities. Our teammates have an instinctive passion for innovating that is fueled by a relentless curiosity, a drive to employ lean practices and processes and the determination to find a better way. Through Zero Harm®, we are challenging the construction industry’s assumptions about safety. We believe that no level of harm should come to anyone as a result of our business. Consistently ranked among the nation’s largest building contractors, by Engineering News-Record, our US business is a subsidiary of London-based Balfour Beatty plc (LSE: BBY). Balfour Beatty is an equal opportunity employer that recognizes the value of a diverse workforce. All qualified individuals will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, national origin, disability, veteran status, genetic information, or any other criteria protected by federal, state or local law.
          (USA-CA-San Diego) Safety Health & Environmental Director      Cache   Translate Page      
Become Part of Our Team As an industry leader Balfour Beatty offers employees a comprehensive benefits package that includes competitive salaries, comprehensive medical, dental and vision benefits, paid time off and volunteer hours, education assistance and much more including: + Medical, Dental, Vision and Life Insurance + Health Savings Account + 401(k) with company match + Flexible Spending Accounts (Dependent & Medical Reimbursement) + Vacation Time + Sick Time + Holidays + Paid Personal Days + Paid Volunteer time + Tuition Assistance + Employee Referral Bonus Summary Balfour Beatty Construction in San Diego, California is seeking a Safety Health & Environmental Director to help support the California division. This position serves as the primary company representative responsible for the overall direction of the company’s loss prevention function. Proactively implements company safety programs to enforce compliance on all divisional job sites and prevents accidents and reduces time lost due to accidents by developing, communicating and training on safety programs and policies. Essential Functions + Enforces compliance with federal and state safety regulations on all projects. + Develops and administers company’s loss prevention programs and policies with Loss Prevention and Operations staff. + Participates in intra-company Loss Prevention Task Team meetings, initiatives and planning efforts. + Reviews project plans and specifications and make recommendations to Operations on potential hazards. + Oversees and conducts education and training programs for employees, subcontractors and owner representatives and ensure programs are effective and cost efficient. + Conducts random safety and loss control surveys and audits; implements changes to meet identified needs. + Manages incident investigations and open claims, and analyzes claim data for prevention solutions. + Assists Project Safety Task Teams with weekly safety evaluations and necessary corrections. + Ensures job startup kits and signs are prepared for projects. + Ensures Loss Prevention team is communicating progress, issues, and new developments with company employees on a regular basis. + Maintains division-wide records, including daily injury logs, OSHA 300 forms, meeting minutes, subcontractor correspondence, etc. + Prepares and analyzes reports that summarize and forecast division activity and financial impact in areas of safety, worker’s compensation, and other loss prevention activity. + Prepares and manages the Loss Prevention budget. + Strives to continually seek feedback and improve services/tools/department deliverables to internal customers. + Builds effective relationships with customers, design team, subcontractors, suppliers, and user groups that reflect and support company core values and meets or exceeds the customer’s expectations. + Actively participates in industry, client, and community relations to enhance company image. Minimum Requirements + Bachelor of Science in Safety & Environmental Health or related field. + 10+ years of experience, preferably in the construction industry. + Certified as a Construction Site Safety Technician (CSST) or Construction Health and Safety Technician (CHST) required. + 3 years or more of supervisory experience related to staff and subcontractors. + Demonstrates proficiency using a personal computer (PC) and company communication tools, such as email, internet, and Microsoft products (e.g., Word, Excel, Office, Outlook). + OSHA 30 required. + Willing to travel at least 25% of the time. Preferred Requirements + California market experience helpful, but, not required. + Tier 1 construction safety backgrounds helpful, but, not required. About us Balfour Beatty US is an industry-leading provider of general contracting, at-risk construction management and design-build services for public and private sector clients across the nation. Performing heavy civil and vertical construction, our teams build the unique structures and infrastructure that play an important role in how people live, work, learn and play in our communities. Our teammates have an instinctive passion for innovating that is fueled by a relentless curiosity, a drive to employ lean practices and processes and the determination to find a better way. Through Zero Harm®, we are challenging the construction industry’s assumptions about safety. We believe that no level of harm should come to anyone as a result of our business. Consistently ranked among the nation’s largest building contractors, by Engineering News-Record, our US business is a subsidiary of London-based Balfour Beatty plc (LSE: BBY). Balfour Beatty is an equal opportunity employer that recognizes the value of a diverse workforce. All qualified individuals will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, national origin, disability, veteran status, genetic information, or any other criteria protected by federal, state or local law.
          (USA-CA-San Diego) Superintendent      Cache   Translate Page      
Become Part of Our Team As an industry leader Balfour Beatty offers employees a comprehensive benefits package with competitive salaries and more including: + Medical, Dental, Vision and Life Insurance + Health Savings Account + 401(k) with company match + Flexible Spending Accounts (Dependent & Medical Reimbursement) + Vacation Time + Sick Time + Holidays + Paid Personal Days + Paid Volunteer time + Tuition Assistance + Employee Referral Bonus Summary At Balfour Beatty in the Southern California Region, we are seeking a Superintendent to work in San Diego, California. The Superintendent will work on the following project types: Education (K-12 & Higher Education), Civic, and Criminal Justice. Please include a project list when applying. The Superintendent is responsible for all field operations, including the coordination of subcontractors’ work. Responsible for all field activities associated with the project, including ultimate responsibility for implementation of Safety/Zero Harm program for the job site, supervision of all field construction work by subcontractors and self-performed work. Shares responsibility with the project manager for developing the project budget, actively participating in the preconstruction phase, and ensuring that the project is built on time, within budget, and according to company policies and procedures. Manages and mentors assistant superintendents and other field personnel. Essential Functions + Project Financial Responsibilities + Preconstruction Services + Project Scheduling + Project Administration, Operations, and Close-out + Promote Customer Relations + Promote Culture, Leadership and Employee Development Minimum Requirements + High School Diploma or equivalent. + Ten years or more of commercial construction field experience. + Five years of direct supervisory experience related to staff and subcontractor management. + Five years or more in a commercial construction Superintendent role required. + Proficiency using a personal computer (PC) and company communication tools, such as email, the internet, and Microsoft products (e.g., Word, Excel, Office, Outlook). + Ability to read plans and specs. + Scheduling experience using software application. Preferred Experience + Previous or current project experience with: Education (K-12 & Higher Education), Civic, or Criminal Justice. About Us Balfour Beatty US is an industry-leading provider of general contracting, at-risk construction management and design-build services for public and private sector clients across the nation. Performing heavy civil and vertical construction, our teams build the unique structures and infrastructure that play an important role in how people live, work, learn and play in our communities. Our teammates have an instinctive passion for innovating that is fueled by a relentless curiosity, a drive to employ lean practices and processes and the determination to find a better way. Through Zero Harm®, we are challenging the construction industry’s assumptions about safety. We believe that no level of harm should come to anyone as a result of our business. Consistently ranked among the nation’s largest building contractors, by Engineering News-Record, our US business is a subsidiary of London-based Balfour Beatty plc (LSE: BBY). Balfour Beatty is an equal opportunity employer that recognizes the value of a diverse workforce. All qualified individuals will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, national origin, disability, veteran status, genetic information, or any other criteria protected by federal, state or local law.
          (USA-CA-San Diego) Project Manager      Cache   Translate Page      
Become Part of Our Team As an industry leader Balfour Beatty offers employees a comprehensive benefits package with competitive salaries and more including: + Medical, Dental, Vision and Life Insurance + Health Savings Account + 401(k) with company match + Flexible Spending Accounts (Dependent & Medical Reimbursement) + Vacation Time + Sick Time + Holidays + Paid Personal Days + Paid Volunteer time + Tuition Assistance + Employee Referral Bonus Summary At Balfour Beatty in the Southern California Region, we are seeking a Project Manager to work in San Diego, CA. The Project Manager will work on the following project types: Education (K-12 & Higher Education), Civic, and Criminal Justice. Please include a project list when applying. The Project Manager is responsible for the overall direction, completion, and financial outcome of a construction project. In this position, the incumbent directs and supervises activities related to contract administration, change orders, submittals, procurement, project financial projections, and schedule requirements to ensure projects are completed with quality, profitable, adhering to our Safety/Zero Harm culture. Essential Functions + Project Financial Analysis + Preconstruction Coordination + Project Scheduling + Project Administration, Operations, and Close-out + Promote Customer and Community Relations + Foster Positive Culture, Leadership and Employee Development Minimum Requirements + Bachelor of Science degree in Construction Management, Civil Engineering, or related a Engineering field. + 10 years or more of experience in project management. + 5 years or more of direct supervisory experience. + Experience with project manager software (Constructware, P6, Timberline, etc.). + Experience with cost projection, financial analysis, budget reviews, labor reports. + Experience with JD Edwards or similar construction application(s). Preferred Requirements + Previous or current project experience with: Education (K-12 & Higher Education), Civic, or Criminal Justice. About us Balfour Beatty US is an industry-leading provider of general contracting, at-risk construction management and design-build services for public and private sector clients across the nation. Performing heavy civil and vertical construction, our teams build the unique structures and infrastructure that play an important role in how people live, work, learn and play in our communities. Our teammates have an instinctive passion for innovating that is fueled by a relentless curiosity, a drive to employ lean practices and processes and the determination to find a better way. Through Zero Harm®, we are challenging the construction industry’s assumptions about safety. We believe that no level of harm should come to anyone as a result of our business. Consistently ranked among the nation’s largest building contractors, by Engineering News-Record, our US business is a subsidiary of London-based Balfour Beatty plc (LSE: BBY). Balfour Beatty is an equal opportunity employer that recognizes the value of a diverse workforce. All qualified individuals will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, national origin, disability, veteran status, genetic information, or any other criteria protected by federal, state or local law.
          Paul McCartney will play a Dodger Stadium concert next summer      Cache   Translate Page      
The Beatle is also playing San Diego in the summer of 2019.
          Stay classy, San Diego: Ron Burgundy is getting a podcast      Cache   Translate Page      
San Diego's finest (fictional) newsman Ron Burgundy is getting a podcast. There is no word on whether Baxter the dog will be joining him.
          (USA-CA-San Diego) Automotive Sales Representative      Cache   Translate Page      
Overview DCH Honda of Mission Valley Sales Representative We are dedicated to delivering honest value, earning customers for life, taking personal ownership, improving constantly and having fun! If you share these goals, we want to talk to you! Come be a part of the Automotive Industry future with the Lithia Motors family, a Fortune 500 company with over 180 dealerships nationwide! Being one of the largest dealership groups in America, there are many opportunities for you to pursue your short and long-term career goals. We are committed to growing our company and Growing our People! We offer best in class industry benefits: + Competitive base salary plus commission + Medical, Dental and Vision Plans + Paid Holidays & PTO + Short and Long-Term Disability + Paid Life Insurance + 401(k) Retirement Plan + Employee Stock Purchase Plan + Lithia Learning Center + Vehicle Purchase Discounts + Wellness Programs Responsibilities: As an Auto Sales Representative you will interact and consult with customers to guide them through their vehicle purchase. Your goal is to create the best vehicle-buying experience to make lifelong customers. You will assist customers in selecting the right vehicle for their lifestyle. You will be trained on the specific products we offer and their benefit to our customer. + Present vehicle attributes, model options, features, purchase and finance options and store policies and services to customers. + Ensure timely follow up and maintain strong relationships with previous and prospective customers. + Track customers using store specific management system/s. + Keep abreast of new products, features and accessories. Attend product and training courses. Qualifications: + Experience in automotive sales, is a plus. + Excellent interpersonal communication skills. + Excellent organizational and time management skills & working knowledge of computers. + Self motivated with the ability to set and achieve targeted goals. Hiring Requirements + High School graduate or equivalent, 18 years or older. + This is a driving position that requires an acceptable driving record and a valid driver’s license in your state of residence. We are an equal opportunity employer and a drug free work place. A criminal history background check and pre-employment drug screen will be conducted on the final candidate prior to beginning employment. ID2018-49938 # of Openings1 Job LocationsUS-CA-San Diego Store NameDCH Mission Valley Honda CategorySales
          Washington’s top dogs: Gonzaga aiming to keep upperhand in rivalry was Huskies      Cache   Translate Page      

The renewal of the Gonzaga-Washington men’s basketball rivalry hasn’t exactly renewed the rivalry.

Gonzaga has posted lopsided wins in the last three matchups, the latter two as part of a four-game set that expires after next year’s clash in Seattle. The other meeting came in the 2015 Battle 4 Atlantis when the Zags thumped the Huskies 80-64 in the Bahamas.

Prior to the 2015 meeting, Gonzaga won eight of nine games dating back to 1998, seven of those by double figures. So added up, the Zags have won 11 of the last 12 with only one of those victories by single digits.

The Huskies’ challenge doesn’t get any easier Wednesday against top-ranked Gonzaga (8-0) in the McCarthey Athletic Center. Washington has dropped its last seven to GU in Spokane, dating back to 1944.

However, the Huskies (6-2) do bring a number of positives into the matchup, including four experienced seniors with a combined 420 career games and talented sophomore wing Jaylen Nowell, the team’s leading scorer at 18 points per game.

Washington’s defense, which yielded 97 points to Gonzaga last season in Seattle, has given up 68 or less in every game except an 88-66 road loss to then No. 11 Auburn.

Coach Mike Hopkins has the program moving in the right direction. He was named Pac-12 coach of the year after guiding UW to a 21-13 mark and the NIT in his first season. The former long-time Syracuse assistant coach has implemented the Orange’s extended 2-3 zone and opponents are shooting just 39.8 percent and scoring 66.4 points.

“That’s a heck of an experienced squad,” said Gonzaga coach Mark Few, who has a 35-18 record against Pac-12 foes. “Mike has just done such a great job of giving them a purpose and identity.”

Hopkins has beefed up the non-conference schedule. In addition to Auburn and GU, Washington beat Texas A&M 71-67, lost to Minnesota 68-66 and has an upcoming date with No. 15 Virginia Tech.

The Huskies, who were No. 25 in the preseason AP poll, have been inconsistent. They blasted one-win Eastern Washington but were pushed the final buzzer by San Diego and UC Santa Barbara, a pair of 6-2 teams.

The Zags had few issues against Washington’s zone last year. Gonzaga shot 51 percent and had 26 second-chance points. The Zags also got loose in transition before UW could set up its defense.

Washington, which leads the series 29-17, boasts improved rim protection, swatting 7.0 shots per game to rank fourth nationally. The Huskies were 19th nationally last season.

Gonzaga is 10th in blocks at 6.0 per game. Junior forward Brandon Clarke is third nationally with 31 of GU’s 48 blocks.

Nowell has bumped his shooting accuracy to 57 percent after shooting 45 percent as a freshman. He’s made 48 percent on 3-pointers, up from 35 a year ago.

Matisse Thybulle is all over UW’s record book. The reigning Pac-12 defensive player of the year is No. 1 in steals (227), fifth in blocks (124) and he’s 31 points from joining teammates Noah Dickerson and point guard David Crisp in UW’s 1,000-point club.

Dickerson, an All-Pac-12 selection last year, averages 17.3 points, Crisp 9.1 and Thybulle 6.8, his lowest since his freshman season.


          Those Poor Migrants      Cache   Translate Page      
The American Thinker has a piece about how the migrants in the caravan have been duped by their organizers.
News accounts said that the organizers were promising the migrants easy entry to San Diego, and the Sunday Tijuana border charge came when the migrants felt frustrated.  With that a failure, too, that's got to be rather bitter for some, a question we raised the other day, wondering why the migrants didn't turn on the caravan organizers after what they did.  Migrants can see that they've been dumped to their fate, and the caravan is now breaking up, with many going back home (with Mexico offering free bus rides) or taking the well paid jobs Tijuana is offering them.  But the organizers' promises continue to stand as fake, because anything too good to be true always is.
It's a shame that people were duped, taken advantage of, but often times that is the way these things happen.  It looks like the organizers have skipped town, now that Tijuana's mayor is calling for their arrest.  This thing has become an abject and utter failure, much like what most left-wing projects eventually become.  And, of course, the people who needed it worst are the ones left in the lurch.
          Who wants to work in San Diego in January?      Cache   Translate Page      
CompHealth - El Cajon, CA - need is clinic based. You will work 4 10 hour days with a mid week day off. The client is ready to move quickly! Call us today! Adult... Email Occupation: Physical Therapy Specialty: General Practice Salary Type: Yearly Degree Required: MPT/MSPT Position type: Locums/Travel Work...
          Padres talking Sonny Gray trade with Yankees      Cache   Translate Page      
The San Diego Padres are looking to improve the club as they believe they are close to becoming a contender. According to one report, the Padres have had trade talks with the New York Yankees about pitcher Sonny Gray. MLB Network’s Jon Morosi reports that the Padres have had ongoing trade talks with the Yankees...Read More
          Production Chemist Specialist II      Cache   Translate Page      
CA-San Diego, Our client a global leader in the pharmaceutical industry is looking for a Production Chemist Specialist II to join the San Diego, CA, location. Duties: Responsible for the manufacture of bulk clinical and commercial kit reagents. Responsible for sub-assembly formulation, raw material prep and/or processing, QC testing reagent or component formulation and some in-process testing. Participate in tr
          UPDATE 1-Amgen antibody shows promise in myeloma trial, gets FDA fast track      Cache   Translate Page      
SAN DIEGO Dec 3- Amgen Inc, updating the first trial of its bispecific antibody for multiple myeloma, said on Monday seven out of 10 patients given the second-highest dose of AMG420 responded to the drug, including four with no detectable cancer. Six patients were still responding at 7.5 months of follow-up, according to research presented in San Diego at the...
          Per Qualcomm il futuro è tutto a 5G, già da inizio 2019      Cache   Translate Page      
Author: Le news di Hardware Upgrade E’ a Maui, Hawaii, che ogni anno Qualcomm tiene il proprio Snapdragon Tech Summit per anticipare quelli che saranno i trend di evoluzione tecnologica che l’azienda di San Diego porterà avanti, assieme ai propri partner, nel corso degli anni a venire. E’ ben evidente, al termine del keynote che […]
          Senior Software Architect – Python C++, Scientific Visualization Systems      Cache   Translate Page      
CA-San Diego, JOB #: 18130401 - P KEY WORDS: software architect, systems architect, systems engineer, principle software engineer, staff engineer, Lead systems engineer, architect, DevOps, docker, Linux, GPU, CPU, big data, analytics, graphics, vision, imaging, rendering, 3D, gaming, medical imaging, genomics, biotech, bioinformatics, cheminformatics, pharmaceutical, DoD, defense, virtualization, HPC, data cent
          Shining Gold Under Crimson Skies      Cache   Translate Page      

Penny Hyde posted a photo:

Shining Gold Under Crimson Skies

Abigail enjoying a gorgeous San Diego Sunset.

Abigail the Golden Retriever at Tourmaline Beach


          Ship traffic, December 5      Cache   Translate Page      
Ship traffic Due to arrive today SHIP FROM PORT Arietta Portland, Ore. PBG Daniel K.Inouye Honolulu OAK Ever Smile Los Angeles OAK Garnet Leader Port Hueneme, Ventura County BNC Horizon Pacific Honolulu OAK Island Princess Cabo San Lucas, Mexico SFO MOL Modern Los Angeles OAK Shanghai Highway San Diego BNC YM Unicorn Los Angeles OAK Due to depart today SHIP TO PORT CAP Capricorn Long Beach SFO Cape Kortia Tokyo OAK Horizon Pacific Los Angeles OAK Humber Bridge Tokyo SFO Island Princess Cabo San Lucas, Mexico SFO MSC Silvia Port Unknown SFO Queen Asia Port Unknown SFO Sibi Ghent, Belgium SFO Source: S.F. Marine Exchange
          Offer - 2 Ways to Make Money [THE TRUTH] - San Diego      Cache   Translate Page      
Truth be told... there are only 2 ways to make money.1) You exchange time for money. Which is what most folks do at a job, M-F, 9-5, that sort of thing.2) You set up systems, so that you're making money 24/7, with or without your direct involvement.You take a vacation, you're making money. You take a nap, you're making money. You're in the pool with the kiddos, you're making money. You get the idea. So before too much more time passes you by, why not check out the system that gives you an unfair advantage by giving you the opportunity to collect $250 instant commissions. http://fearless.makepassiveincome.net/LET'S WIN TOGETHER,David Richardson
          Who Gets to be an American?      Cache   Translate Page      
On November 25, as Americans wrapped up our Thanksgiving holiday weekend, we saw horrifying photos of refugees – including barefoot toddlers—running from tear gas that U.S. border protection agents had hurled across the San Diego-Tijuana border.  This attack on Central American migrants and their children seeking asylum is profoundly disturbing and counters our country’s founding […]
          RotoGuru Football Leagues & Standings: 2018 G24 PRESEASON      Cache   Translate Page      
Judy [12/4 12:52]: AFC Bills v Browns KC v Jax NFC Sea v SF Car v GB Wanna seeds Denver NYJ Oakland Dallas Cincinnati Arizona Baltimore Detroit Toilet NYGiants San Diego NOLA Indy Chicago Houston Philadelphia Minnesota
          Wage Garnishment San Diego a Good Helper in Reducing Court Claim      Cache   Translate Page      
This article just shares a little insight into some of the general tax rules. There are places where you can begin to look for tax breaks if you work with your tax attorneys and tax lawyers. Regal Tax...
          Harbor Cruise San Diego Offers Great Deals on Sea Trip      Cache   Translate Page      
San Diego is one of the best places where you can be if you are having a trip without definitely creating for an interesting position. If your chance usually spends a trip near the vacationer position...
          Comment on Japanese-American Internment During World War II by Keith Cannon      Cache   Translate Page      
Takeo Yoshikawa was caught spying on Pearl Harbor, he was detained on the day of the Pearl Harbor attack and returned to Japan in a diplomatic prisioner exchange. Japanese Americans in Hawaii rescued and protected an Imperial Japanese airman that crashed during the Pearl Harbor attack. United States intelligence agents intercepted cables sent from Tokyo to the Japanese Consulate in Los Angeles and were able to break the code and read the messages. They revealed that there were a substantial number of Japanese Spy in the US Military, Defense Companies and other sensitive industries. (Declassified in 1978 The MAGIC Background of Pearl Harbor) There were also Japanese spies in Mexico and plans for a Biological attack on San Diego. Japan was also releasing weather balloons carrying incendiary bombs that they hoped would float in America, crash and start fires. One made it as far as Minnesota. It is thought that this was what caused the BATTLE OF LA in 1941. There also needs to be considered that there could be attacks on Japanese Americans by Chinese Americans upset with Japan's atrocities in China. All of which was something the US could not afford to deal with at the time. Most of this has been hidden because the US needed Japan as an ally in the Pacific to contend with Communist China and the Soviet Union.
          NYSE: SEE Shareholder Notice: Investigation over Possible Securities Laws Violations by Sealed Air Corporation      Cache   Translate Page      

An investigation for investors in Sealed Air Corporation (NYSE: SEE) shares over potential securities laws violations by Sealed Air was announced.

San Diego, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 12/04/2018 -- An investigation was announced for investors in NYSE:SEE shares concerning potential securities laws violations by Sealed Air in connection with certain financial statements.

Investors who purchased shares of Sealed Air Corporation (NYSE: SEE), have certain options and should contact the Shareholders Foundation at mail@shareholdersfoundation.com or call +1(858) 779 - 1554.

The investigation by a law firm focuses on possible claims on behalf of purchasers of the securities of Sealed Air Corporation (NYSE: SEE) concerning whether a series of statements by Sealed Air Corporation regarding its business, its prospects and its operations were materially false and misleading at the time they were made.

Charlotte, NC based Sealed Air Corporation provides food safety and security, and product protection solutions worldwide. On August 6, 2018, during aftermarket hours, Sealed Air Corporation (NYSE: SEE) disclosed that it had received a subpoena for documents from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, including requests concerning the company's accounting for income taxes, financial reporting and disclosures and other matters. Shares of Sealed Air Corporation (NYSE: SEE) declined to as low as $39.53 per share on August 10, 2018.

Those who purchased shares of Sealed Air Corporation (NYSE: SEE) have certain options and should contact the Shareholders Foundation.

About Shareholders Foundation, Inc.
The Shareholders Foundation, Inc. is a professional portfolio monitoring and settlement claim filing service, , which does research related to shareholder issues and informs investors of securities class actions, settlements, judgments, and other legal related news to the stock/financial market. Shareholders Foundation, Inc. is in contact with a large number of shareholders and offers help, support, and assistance for every shareholder. The Shareholders Foundation, Inc. is not a law firm. Referenced cases, investigation, and/or settlements are not filed/reached and/or related to Shareholders Foundation. The information is provided as a public service. It is not intended as legal advice and should not be relied upon.

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          NYSE: EIX Shareholder Notice: Lawsuit Alleges Misleading Statements by Edison International      Cache   Translate Page      

A lawsuit was filed on behalf of investors in Edison International (NYSE: EIX) shares over alleged securities laws violations.

San Diego, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 12/04/2018 -- An investor, who purchased shares of Edison International (NYSE: EIX), filed a lawsuit over alleged violations of Federal Securities Laws by Edison International in connection with certain allegedly false and misleading statements.

Investors in shares of Edison International (NYSE: EIX) have certain options and for certain investors are short and strict deadlines running. Deadline: January 15, 2019. NYSE: EIX investors should contact the Shareholders Foundation at mail@shareholdersfoundation.com or call +1(858) 779 - 1554.

The plaintiff claims that between February 23, 2016 and November 12, 2018, the defendants made false and/or misleading statements and/or failed to disclose that the Company failed to maintain electricity transmission and distribution networks in compliance with safety requirements and regulations promulgated under state law, that consequently, the Company was in violation of state law and regulations, that the Company's noncompliant electricity networks created a significantly heightened risk of wildfires in California, and that as a result, the Company's public statements were materially false and misleading at all relevant times.

On November 8, 2018, two wildfires started in Southern California, designated the Hill Fire and the Woolsey Fire. The Hill Fire, which broke out in Ventura County, subsequently grew to 4,531 acres, according to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection ("Cal Fire"). Stretching from Los Angeles County to Ventura County, the Woolsey Fire burned 93,662 acres, including 83 percent of all National Parks Service land in the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area, according to Cal Fire.

On November 12, 2018, the California Public Utilities Commission ("CPUC") launched an investigation into Edison International's subsidiary Southern California Edison Company, in order to "assess the compliance of electrical facilities with applicable rules and regulations in fire-impacted areas." According to CPUC, electrical infrastructure may have suffered malfunctions near ground zero of the blazes. Specifically, it was reported that on the day the fires began Southern California Edison Company issued an alert to the CPUC that a substation circuit near the Woolsey Fire origin "relayed," or sensed a disturbance on the circuit, just two minutes before Cal Fire said that the devastating fire began.

Those who purchased shares of Edison International (NYSE: EIX) have certain options and should contact the Shareholders Foundation.

Contact:
Shareholders Foundation, Inc.
Michael Daniels
3111 Camino Del Rio North - Suite 423
92108 San Diego
Phone: +1-(858)-779-1554
Fax: +1-(858)-605-5739
mail@shareholdersfoundation.com

About Shareholders Foundation, Inc.
The Shareholders Foundation, Inc. is a professional portfolio monitoring and settlement claim filing service, , which does research related to shareholder issues and informs investors of securities class actions, settlements, judgments, and other legal related news to the stock/financial market. Shareholders Foundation, Inc. is in contact with a large number of shareholders and offers help, support, and assistance for every shareholder. The Shareholders Foundation, Inc. is not a law firm. Referenced cases, investigation, and/or settlements are not filed/reached and/or related to Shareholders Foundation. The information is provided as a public service. It is not intended as legal advice and should not be relied upon.

For more information on this press release visit: http://www.sbwire.com/press-releases/nyse-eix-shareholder-notice-lawsuit-alleges-misleading-statements-by-edison-international-1098190.htm

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          NASDAQ: NCOM Investor Alert: Investigation of Takeover of National Commerce Corporation      Cache   Translate Page      

An investigation on behalf of investors of National Commerce Corporation (NASDAQ: NCOM) in connection with the proposed takeover was announced.

San Diego, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 12/03/2018 -- An investigation was announced concerning the takeover of National Commerce Corporation.

Investors who purchased shares of National Commerce Corporation (NASDAQ: NCOM) and currently hold any of those NASDAQ: NCOM shares have certain options and should contact the Shareholders Foundation at mail@shareholdersfoundation.com or call +1(858) 779 - 1554.

The investigation by a law firm concerns whether certain directors of National Commerce Corporation breached their fiduciary duties owed to NASDAQ: NCOM investors in connection with the proposed acquisition.

Birmingham, AL based National Commerce Corporation operates as the bank holding company for National Bank of Commerce that provides various financial services to businesses, business owners, and professionals.

On November 26, 2018, CenterState Bank Corporation (Nasdaq-GS: CSFL) and National Commerce Corporation (Nasdaq: NCOM), jointly announced the signing of a definitive agreement pursuant to which National Commerce will merge with and into CenterState in an all-stock transaction. This combination of two high-performing banks will create a leading Southeastern regional bank, with branches in Florida, Georgia and Alabama. Under the terms of the transaction, National Commerce shareholders will receive 1.65 shares of CenterState Bank for each share of National Commerce stock they own, representing a value of approximately $40.01 per share.

However, given that at least one analyst has set the high target price for NASDAQ NCOM shares at $46.00 per share and given that NASDAQ: NCOM shares reached in the open market as recently as July 2018 as high as $48.55 per share, the investigation concerns whether the offer is unfair to NASDAQ: NCOM stockholders. More specifically, the investigation concerns whether the National Commerce Board of Directors undertook an adequate sales process, adequately shopped the company before entering into the transaction, maximized shareholder value by negotiating the best price, and acted in the shareholders' best interests in connection with the proposed sale.

National Commerce Corporation reported that its annual Total Revenue rose from $77.89 million in 2016 to $115.56 million in 2017 and that its Net Income increased from $17.85 million in 2016 to $20.06 million in 2017.

On November 30, 2018, NASDAQ: NCOM shares closed at $41.34 per share.

Those who are current investors in National Commerce Corporation (NASDAQ: NCOM) shares have certain options and should contact the Shareholders Foundation.

Contact:
Shareholders Foundation, Inc.
Michael Daniels
3111 Camino Del Rio North - Suite 423
92108 San Diego
Phone: +1-(858)-779-1554
Fax: +1-(858)-605-5739
mail@shareholdersfoundation.com

About Shareholders Foundation, Inc.
The Shareholders Foundation, Inc. is a professional portfolio monitoring and settlement claim filing service, , which does research related to shareholder issues and informs investors of securities class actions, settlements, judgments, and other legal related news to the stock/financial market. Shareholders Foundation, Inc. is in contact with a large number of shareholders and offers help, support, and assistance for every shareholder. The Shareholders Foundation, Inc. is not a law firm. Referenced cases, investigation, and/or settlements are not filed/reached and/or related to Shareholders Foundation. The information is provided as a public service. It is not intended as legal advice and should not be relied upon.

For more information on this press release visit: http://www.sbwire.com/press-releases/nasdaq-ncom-investor-alert-investigation-of-takeover-of-national-commerce-corporation-1096552.htm

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          OTC: RNLSY Shareholder Notice: Investigation over Possible Securities Laws Violations by Renault SA      Cache   Translate Page      

An investigation for investors in Renault SA (OTC: RNLSY) shares over potential securities laws violations by Renault SA was announced.

San Diego, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 12/03/2018 -- An investigation was announced for investors of Renault SA (OTC: RNLSY) shares over potential securities laws violations by Renault SA in connection with certain financial statements.

Investors who purchased shares of Renault SA (OTC: RNLSY), have certain options and should contact the Shareholders Foundation at mail@shareholdersfoundation.com or call +1(858) 779 - 1554.

The investigation by a law firm focuses on possible claims on behalf of purchasers of the securities of Renault SA (OTC: RNLSY) concerning whether a series of statements by Renault SA regarding its business, its prospects and its operations were materially false and misleading at the time they were made.

France based Renault SA designs, manufactures, sells, and distributes vehicles worldwide. On November 19, 2018, various news sources reported that Renault's Chief Executive Officer and Nissan Chairman, Carlos Ghosn, was arrested after an internal company investigation revealed Ghosn had underreported his compensation to the Japanese financial authorities for several years.

Those who purchased shares of Renault SA (OTC: RNLSY) have certain options and should contact the Shareholders Foundation.

Contact:
Shareholders Foundation, Inc.
Michael Daniels
3111 Camino Del Rio North - Suite 423
92108 San Diego
Phone: +1-(858)-779-1554
Fax: +1-(858)-605-5739
mail@shareholdersfoundation.com

About Shareholders Foundation, Inc.
The Shareholders Foundation, Inc. is a professional portfolio monitoring and settlement claim filing service, , which does research related to shareholder issues and informs investors of securities class actions, settlements, judgments, and other legal related news to the stock/financial market. Shareholders Foundation, Inc. is in contact with a large number of shareholders and offers help, support, and assistance for every shareholder. The Shareholders Foundation, Inc. is not a law firm. Referenced cases, investigation, and/or settlements are not filed/reached and/or related to Shareholders Foundation. The information is provided as a public service. It is not intended as legal advice and should not be relied upon.

For more information on this press release visit: http://www.sbwire.com/press-releases/otc-rnlsy-shareholder-notice-investigation-over-possible-securities-laws-violations-by-renault-sa-1096551.htm

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          NYSE: MDR Shareholder News: Lawsuit Alleges Misleading Statements by McDermott International, Inc.      Cache   Translate Page      

A lawsuit was filed on behalf of investors in McDermott International, Inc. (NYSE: MDR) shares over alleged securities laws violations.

San Diego, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 12/03/2018 -- An investor, who purchased shares of McDermott International, Inc. (NYSE: MDR), filed a lawsuit over alleged violations of Federal Securities Laws by McDermott International, Inc.

Investors who purchased shares of McDermott International, Inc. (NYSE: MDR) should contact the Shareholders Foundation at mail@shareholdersfoundation.com or call +1(858) 779 - 1554.

The plaintiff claims that between January 24, 2018 and October 30, 2018, the Defendants failed to disclose to investors that the Company was facing strong headwinds and would fail to meet revenue and earnings estimates, that there were material problems with the integration of the CB&I business, that certain CB&I projects were reasonably likely to incur higher costs, that, as a result, the fair value of these CB&I projects would be materially impacted, and that that, as a result of the foregoing, Defendants' positive statements about the Company's business, operations

Houston, TX based McDermott International, Inc. provides engineering, procurement, construction and installation, front-end engineering and design, and module fabrication services for upstream field developments. On October 30, 2018, after the close of trading, McDermott International, Inc. reported financial results for third quarter 2018 that fell far below analysts' estimates. McDermott International, Inc. reported revenues of $2.29 billion, compared to midpoint estimates of $2.51 billion, and earnings per share of $0.20, versus midpoint estimates of $0.29. McDermott International, Inc. also reported a $744 million change in the value of certain projects it had acquired from Chicago Bridge & Iron Company ("CB&I"). And, McDermott International, Inc. further disclosed plans to sell McDermott's storage tank business and its U.S. pipe fabrication business, as those businesses, "are not core to the Company's long term strategic objectives."

Those who purchased shares of McDermott International, Inc. (NYSE: MDR) have certain options and should contact the Shareholders Foundation.

Contact:
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Michael Daniels
3111 Camino Del Rio North - Suite 423
92108 San Diego
Phone: +1-(858)-779-1554
Fax: +1-(858)-605-5739
mail@shareholdersfoundation.com

About Shareholders Foundation, Inc.
The Shareholders Foundation, Inc. is a professional portfolio monitoring and settlement claim filing service, , which does research related to shareholder issues and informs investors of securities class actions, settlements, judgments, and other legal related news to the stock/financial market. Shareholders Foundation, Inc. is in contact with a large number of shareholders and offers help, support, and assistance for every shareholder. The Shareholders Foundation, Inc. is not a law firm. Referenced cases, investigation, and/or settlements are not filed/reached and/or related to Shareholders Foundation. The information is provided as a public service. It is not intended as legal advice and should not be relied upon.

For more information on this press release visit: http://www.sbwire.com/press-releases/nyse-mdr-shareholder-news-lawsuit-alleges-misleading-statements-by-mcdermott-international-inc-1096549.htm

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          NASDAQ: QRTEA Shareholder Notice: Investigation of Potential Wrongdoing at Qurate Retail Group, Inc.      Cache   Translate Page      

An investigation on behalf of current long term investors in Qurate Retail Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: QRTEA) shares over possible breaches of fiduciary duty by certain officers and directors was announced.

San Diego, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 12/03/2018 -- An investigation was announced concerning potential breaches of fiduciary duties by certain directors and officers of Qurate Retail Group, Inc.

Investors who are current long term investors in Qurate Retail Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: QRTEA) shares, have certain options and should contact the Shareholders Foundation at mail@shareholdersfoundation.com or call +1(858) 779 - 1554.

The investigation by a law firm for investors in NASDAQ: QRTEA stocks follows a lawsuit filed recently against Qurate Retail Group, Inc. over alleged securities laws violations. The investigation on behalf of current long term investors in NASDAQ: QRTEA stocks, concerns whether certain Qurate Retail Group directors are liable in connection with the allegations made in that lawsuit.

The plaintiff alleges that the defendants failed to disclose that Qurate Retail Group, Inc was aggressively loosening the credit standards of its Easy-Pay program to attract a large group of new customers, that Qurate Retail Group, Inc's strong sales growth was due to this loose credit policy, that accounts receivable associated with this new group of customers posed a high risk of write-off, and that as a result of the foregoing, the Company's positive statements about its business, operations, and prospects lacked a reasonable basis.

Those who purchased shares of Qurate Retail Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: QRTEA) have certain options and should contact the Shareholders Foundation.

Contact:
Shareholders Foundation, Inc.
Michael Daniels
3111 Camino Del Rio North - Suite 423
92108 San Diego
Phone: +1-(858)-779-1554
Fax: +1-(858)-605-5739
mail@shareholdersfoundation.com

About Shareholders Foundation, Inc.
The Shareholders Foundation, Inc. is a professional portfolio monitoring and settlement claim filing service, , which does research related to shareholder issues and informs investors of securities class actions, settlements, judgments, and other legal related news to the stock/financial market. Shareholders Foundation, Inc. is in contact with a large number of shareholders and offers help, support, and assistance for every shareholder. The Shareholders Foundation, Inc. is not a law firm. Referenced cases, investigation, and/or settlements are not filed/reached and/or related to Shareholders Foundation. The information is provided as a public service. It is not intended as legal advice and should not be relied upon.

For more information on this press release visit: http://www.sbwire.com/press-releases/nasdaq-qrtea-shareholder-notice-investigation-of-potential-wrongdoing-at-qurate-retail-group-inc-1096548.htm

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Michael Daniels
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          NASDAQ: IZEA Shareholder Notice: Investigation over Potential Wrongdoing at IZEA, Inc.      Cache   Translate Page      

An investigation on behalf of investors in IZEA, Inc. (NASDAQ: IZEA) shares over potential wrongdoing at IZEA, Inc. was announced.

San Diego, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 12/03/2018 -- An investigation was announced for current long-term investors in shares of IZEA, Inc. (NASDAQ: IZEA) over potential breaches of fiduciary duties by certain officers and directors at IZEA, Inc.

Investors in shares of IZEA, Inc. (NASDAQ: IZEA) have certain options and should contact the Shareholders Foundation at mail@shareholdersfoundation.com or call +1(858) 779 - 1554.

The investigation by a law firm concerns whether certain IZEA, Inc. directors breached their fiduciary duties and caused damage to the company and its shareholders.

On April 04, 2018, a lawsuit was filed against IZEA, Inc. (NASDAQ: IZEA) over alleged violations of Federal Securities Laws. The plaintiff claimed that between May 15, 2015 and April 3, 2018, the defendants made false and/or misleading statements and/or failed to disclose that IZEA, Inc. was misreporting revenue from the Company's Content Workflow services as gross amounts billed to marketers instead of on a net transaction basis, that the amount IZEA previously reported as gross profit on Content Workflow should be the amount reported as revenue, that IZEA lacked adequate internal controls, and that as a result, Defendants' public statements were materially false and misleading at all relevant times

Those who purchased shares of IZEA, Inc. (NASDAQ: IZEA) have certain options and should contact the Shareholders Foundation.

Contact:
Shareholders Foundation, Inc.
Michael Daniels
3111 Camino Del Rio North - Suite 423
92108 San Diego
Phone: +1-(858)-779-1554
Fax: +1-(858)-605-5739
mail@shareholdersfoundation.com

About Shareholders Foundation, Inc.
The Shareholders Foundation, Inc. is a professional portfolio monitoring and settlement claim filing service, , which does research related to shareholder issues and informs investors of securities class actions, settlements, judgments, and other legal related news to the stock/financial market. Shareholders Foundation, Inc. is in contact with a large number of shareholders and offers help, support, and assistance for every shareholder. The Shareholders Foundation, Inc. is not a law firm. Referenced cases, investigation, and/or settlements are not filed/reached and/or related to Shareholders Foundation. The information is provided as a public service. It is not intended as legal advice and should not be relied upon.

For more information on this press release visit: http://www.sbwire.com/press-releases/nasdaq-izea-shareholder-notice-investigation-over-potential-wrongdoing-at-izea-inc-1096550.htm

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Michael Daniels
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          Bilingual Office Assistant- $46,500 Excellent Benefits!      Cache   Translate Page      
CA-San Diego, Job Description: This is an excellent role for an professional who enjoys working in a fast paced environment. We have been in business for over 50 years and are growing in the San Diego Region. We are seeking a proactive and efficient Administrative Assistant that we can promote from within. Primary Responsibilities Include: Greeting clients and guests. Routing/transferring calls. Heavy email cor
          Despte soaring needs, only 64,405 students received computer science degrees      Cache   Translate Page      

ACM, the Association for Computing Machinery, has released the highly anticipated report "Retention in Computer Science Undergraduate Programs in the U.S.: Data Challenges and Promising Interventions." 

Among its key recommendations, the report calls for additional research to provide a more nuanced understanding of the dynamics of attrition and retention, and encourages higher education institutions to provide proactive advising to ensure that students are exposed to career opportunities and pathways early in their undergraduate experience.

The computing field is experiencing exponential growth, both in terms of current and projected job openings, as well as students majoring in computer science (CS). Recently, the U.S. Department of Labor projected that between 2008 and 2018, ¼ million computing jobs opened in the U.S.

According to the National Center for Education Statistics, however, in 2015-2016 only 64,405 students received computer science degrees. the main source of preparation for these jobs.

Additionally, the US Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that employment in computer and information technology occupations is expected to grow by 13% in the next decade.

The interest in computing is also reflected in the numbers of incoming students pursuing Bachelor degrees in computing. A report by the Computing Research Association (CRA) highlights that US undergraduate enrollment in computer science is higher today than at any other time. Additionally, the CRA report outlines a 185% increase in CS undergraduates at large institutions since 2006, and a 216% increase of CS majors at smaller institutions during the same period.

Despite these trends, the challenge of retaining more women and people from underrepresented minorities (African-American, Hispanic, Native American) has been a persistent challenge in the field for decades. According to the National Science Foundation's Engineering and Science Indicators for 2016, despite the fact that women earned 50% of the Bachelor degrees in science and engineering, they accounted for only 17.9% of Bachelor degrees in the computing sciences. Additionally, data from the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) shows that for CS Bachelor degrees granted at doctoral-granting institutions in 2015, only 8.4% of degree recipients were Latino and only 4.3% were African-American.

Data Collection and Analysis

Among its recommendations, the report includes several recommendations for improving the availability and consistency of retention data. These suggestions include better research to provide a more nuanced understanding attrition and retention, the implementation of more regular data-gathering on student retention through programs, and an increase in institutional resources to source, aggregate, analyze and report on retention data.

Promising Interventions:

The report includes an overview of specific barriers to retention and some promising interventions to overcome these barriers.

Give Students a Better Understanding of CS
The report found that many students come to college with misconceptions about computing and may hold invalid stereotypes of computer scientists. The report outlines five possible interventions for this barrier, including using students as near-peer ambassadors in outreach. With this approach, college students who are passionate about computing can help offer outreach programs to younger students.

Meet Students' Varied Backgrounds 

Most introductory CS classrooms have students with varied levels of experience and some students might be intimidated by other students in the class who have more experience. The report outlines several possible interventions for this challenge including offering summer bridge programs for students from groups with historically lower retention rates.

Increase Helpful Collaboration 

Helping students learn involves challenging them, but sometimes it is impossible to provide exactly the right level of challenge for all students. The report recommends tactics for integrating collaboration into classes and coursework. Using this approach faculty can help students tackle challenges beyond their current level of ability and ultimately expand their skills. For example, the report notes that pair programming has been shown to promote learning, improve code quality and improve student retention.

Increase Sense of Belonging and Build a Safe Learning Culture 

The report notes that one of the biggest barriers to retention is students' sense of belonging. Positive faculty-student interactions, teacher assistant-student interactions and student-student interactions can all give rise to a sense of belonging in a community. The report outlines nine detailed strategies for building a sense of belonging including encouraging affinity groups and mentoring programs.
In addition to its review of available data sources and analysis of current data sets, the report includes three case studies detailing efforts to collect and analyze retention data and implement systemic and sustained retention programs at three diverse institutions: University of California, San Diego, Colorado School of Mines, and Carnegie Mellon University.

The report concludes by emphasizing that there is no silver bullet than can transform an institution into an inclusive and equitable learning environment for all students, and that the work to create an inclusive environment is not a temporary effort. The ACM Education Board Retention Committee notes that because these constructs change very slowly, issues of equity will continue to be pressing in all fields--including computing--and therefore will require continued vigilance and determined effort.
          Qualcomm Snapdragon 855: 3 Key Takeaways From Day 1 In Huawei      Cache   Translate Page      

After months of speculation, San Diego chip giant Qualcomm has announced the Snapdragon 855 at its tech summit today in Huawei. Since its the first day of Qualcomm’s event, we don’t get to see many details for Android’s first mainstream 7nm SoC. Nevertheless, the few details that Qualcomm did reveal are important. We’ve made a […]

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          What Is It Like to Train Abroad in Cuba? Two Young Dancers Weigh In.      Cache   Translate Page      


If you've had an opportunity to see the Cuban National Ballet Company perform, or taken class with a Cuban-trained teacher, or observed a Cuban-trained dancer in classical, contemporary or character roles, you've probably wondered what it might be like to study or dance professionally in the island nation. The U.S. trade and travel embargo can seem like an obstacle, but under its provisions, travel to Cuba is permissible for pursuing an education or professional interests. Shortly after the 26th Havana International Ballet Festival, I spoke with two dancers—a student and a professional—whose experience studying and dancing in Cuba sheds some light on what the experience is like.


Catherine Conley


Catherine Conley is a corps de ballet dancer with the Cuban National Ballet who trained at the Ruth Page Center for the Arts in Chicago. After participating in a cultural exchange with the Fernando Alonso Cuban National Ballet School that was arranged by Ruth Page director Victor Alexander Ramirez, Conley was invited to train full-time at the Cuban academy in 2016. (She talked about her experience in the October/November 2017 issue of Pointe.) She was promoted into the company's corps de ballet a year later, where she is currently its only U.S.-born dancer.

What would you say to other U.S. ballet students who are thinking about doing what you did to prepare them for studying here?
Have an open mind. Cuba has so much to offer, and you really have to open yourself up to it. The language barrier shouldn't be a reason not consider it. I arrived speaking no Spanish and found myself communicating easily within about a month.

What did you find in the school's curriculum that surprised you?
I expected the training to be rigorous and based on classical Cuban technique, but I was surprised that the curriculum included other dance styles. We received instruction in Spanish dance, ballroom dances from different eras, and studied the different period styles. I learned how important this is for ballet, because you have to change your style based on the time period or location in which the ballet is based.

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What about the atmosphere did you find different from the one at the Ruth Page Center?

The atmosphere was one of "all ballet all the time," where everyone was headed toward a career in ballet, and had made that decision by age 10, upon entering the school. Ruth Page has produced many fine professional dancers, but for most the training is more centered on enrichment than a career path. In Cuba, there is a clear trajectory and a different energy because everyone has their eyes on the same target company.

Do you feel that you have sunken roots here over the past two years? What would make you consider auditioning for companies outside of Cuba?

I have really sunk roots here and become very close with so many friends. I have also been embraced by and made to feel part of their families. I am very happy being a member of such an outstanding ballet, and have been given great roles, so I'm dancing and learning a lot. It is, though, fairly difficult for a foreigner to stay in Cuba long term because of student/work visas. So hopefully that can be resolved successfully.

What was the most valuable lesson in your training and experience with the company that you would want to impart to others seeking a ballet career?
It is important in ballet, or in any career, to be adaptable. Ballet masters and choreographers want to work with people who learn quickly, are easy to work with and teach, and aren't afraid of doing something they've never done before. They need dancers who go above and beyond, and who can step in on the day of a show, if need be. Technique and artistry are incredibly important, but they are nothing without the right attitude.

Sofia Castán Vargas


Sixteen-year-old Sofia Castán Vargas was born in San Diego and lives in Tijuana, Mexico. As dual citizen, she commuted daily for academics in San Diego while studying ballet under Dulce and Marianna Escobedo at the Conservatorio de Danza de Mexico in Tijuana. There she had Cuban teachers and trained in the Cuban style. At 13 she moved to Havana, where she is now a full-time student at the Fernando Alonso Cuban National Ballet School.

What brought you to Cuba?

When I was 11 years old, my parents took me to Havana over spring break for a two-week intensive course at the Cuban National Ballet School. By the end of the first day, I knew this is where I wanted to study and came to two more intensives. On my third trip to Cuba, I auditioned and was accepted as a full-time student. I started school and was living alone (in student housing) here at age 13.

Tell me about your training experience here.

It's very demanding. There are many excellent teachers who are very demanding, too. The school provides an all-around training regimen; there's not a day that I am not completely exhausted! But you can really see the difference and the benefits of working so hard, so that makes it all worth it.

What were the biggest adjustments?

There were a lot of adjustments my first year: Being away from home, getting used to taxis and buses for transportation, having to take care of laundry, food and managing my expenses. And although I speak Spanish fluently, it took me a while to pick up the Cuban accent! All of this at the age of 13 and not having anyone I could rely on for help was hard. But I think working through these challenges has helped me realize how much I really do love what I´m doing and is pushing me to keep working harder to accomplish my goal of becoming a professional ballerina.

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What is distinctive about the way the Cubans approach preparing for a role?

Cubans are very passionate and spend a lot of time studying and understanding their roles. They'll search for a motive or reason for every step, for every movement related to the character. They rely heavily on the help of acting teachers, who provide dancers with support on interpretations.

Do you envision remaining here for a while or auditioning for companies in other countries?

My ultimate dream is to dance for an international company, maybe in the U.S. or in Europe. The Cuban National Ballet is a company that I admire very much and have a great appreciation for, so dancing for this company would also be a big honor.

For students from other countries considering coming to Cuba to study ballet, what would you say to them to prepare them for the experience?

I would say you will work harder and sacrifice more than you ever have, but you will also learn more. So if you're really passionate about ballet, it will all be worth it!

What in particular about Cuba has made you look at not only ballet, but culture and society in a different light?

Being a U.S. citizen and having gone to school there (K – 7th grade) while living in Mexico for 13 years, and now in Cuba for over two years, I've learned that every culture is very different, but they are all beautiful in their own way. When I first came to Cuba, it was amazing to me that so many people would go to the theater to see ballet performances. There is such a genuine love for this art here. I wish people in the U.S. and Mexico would appreciate ballet as much as Cubans do.


          Early Showing of the new Bumblebee movie!      Cache   Translate Page      

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Let’s go see an early showing of the new Bumblebee Transformers movie that’s not directed by Michael Bay! It’s actually directed by Travis Knight from Laika who did Coraline, Boxtrolls and Kubo and the Two Strings. This movie had one of the best panels at last summer’s Comic-Con and doesn’t come out in wide release till December 21st!

6:30pm - Meet by the box office for the 7:00pm showing. We will probably be waiting in line to get good seats. Buy your tickets now before they sell out. I have mine already. Movie is free for A-List members!

Buy tickets online here for the 7:00 AMC Mission Valley: https://fandango.com/...

After the movie and the end of the credits, we’ll meet back in the lobby to talk about it and decide if we want to get something to eat. The restaurants in the mall might be closed but there’s an In and Out nearby.

Hope you can make it!

Synopsis: See Bumblebee first on Saturday, 12/8 at 7PM. Get an exclusive behind the scenes look and take home a Transformers: Tiny Turbo Changers Toy. (One surprise character per package. While supplies last.)
Directors:
Genre:
Action/Adventure, Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Opens:
December 8, 2018

Trailer: https://www.fandango....

San Diego, CA 92108 - USA

Saturday, December 8 at 6:30 PM

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          Ultimate Frisbee!      Cache   Translate Page      

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It's time to play Ultimate Frisbee again! We'll meet up, throw the disc around, learn names, go over the rules with anyone who doesn't already know them, and then we'll scrimmage! All skill levels welcome. If you don't know how to throw a disc, we'll teach you how. If you don't know how to run, well...we'll teach you that, too. Note: This is not frisbee golf. Come to the event expecting to do lots of running. Bring sunscreen, water, athletic shoes, and a disc if you have one.

San Diego 92123 - USA

Saturday, December 15 at 10:00 AM

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          Game Night: Settlers of Catan!      Cache   Translate Page      

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Settlers of Catan nights will be held monthly so if you miss this one, make sure you RSVP for future events since spots will be limited.

About the Game: For those of you that haven't played before, Settlers is a popular strategy game that, while it may seem complex at first, is amazingly fun to play after you learn the rules! Definitely give it a shot, it's easily one of my favorite board games. It typically takes about an hour to play so we'll usually play 1 or 2 games until Game Empire is forced to kick us out (they close at 10 PM).

RSVP Limit: I'll be keeping the RSVP limit to 15 people. I always bring a standard game and an expansion set to support up to 6 people, so please bring your copy if you have one so we can get more games going simultaneously.

Attendance: Please update your RSVP accordingly so people that want to join in on the awesomeness of Catan can get the chance to do so. If something comes up at the last minute, that's fine, just post on the meetup or message me so I'm aware about it.

How to Play the Game: For those that are new to Catan, I'd highly recommend checking out this awesome tutorial video below to learn the basics of the game prior to coming:

https://www.youtube.c...

About the Venue and Where to Find Us: Game Empire is located right off the 805 on the intersection of Clairemont Mesa Blvd and Shawline Street. There will be a bunch of tables set up on the left side of the store so just look for a guy wearing glasses and a video game or Star Wars shirt (me) setting up a game.

Nearby Food: The small shopping center has the following restaurants: Souplantation, McDonald's, Niban Japanese Restaurant, Starbucks, Elijah's Restaurant & Delicatessen, and Chipotle. Also, across the street, there is an Arby's and Mom & Dom's Pizza. Game Empire also sells snacks and drinks if you want something smaller.

San Diego, CA - USA

Tuesday, January 22 at 6:30 PM

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Settlers of Catan nights will be held monthly so if you miss this one, make sure you RSVP for future events since spots will be limited.

About the Game: For those of you that haven't played before, Settlers is a popular strategy game that, while it may seem complex at first, is amazingly fun to play after you learn the rules! Definitely give it a shot, it's easily one of my favorite board games. It typically takes about an hour to play so we'll usually play 1 or 2 games until Game Empire is forced to kick us out (they close at 10 PM).

RSVP Limit: I'll be keeping the RSVP limit to 15 people. I always bring a standard game and an expansion set to support up to 6 people, so please bring your copy if you have one so we can get more games going simultaneously.

Attendance: Please update your RSVP accordingly so people that want to join in on the awesomeness of Catan can get the chance to do so. If something comes up at the last minute, that's fine, just post on the meetup or message me so I'm aware about it.

How to Play the Game: For those that are new to Catan, I'd highly recommend checking out this awesome tutorial video below to learn the basics of the game prior to coming:

https://www.youtube.c...

About the Venue and Where to Find Us: Game Empire is located right off the 805 on the intersection of Clairemont Mesa Blvd and Shawline Street. There will be a bunch of tables set up on the left side of the store so just look for a guy wearing glasses and a video game or Star Wars shirt (me) setting up a game.

Nearby Food: The small shopping center has the following restaurants: Souplantation, McDonald's, Niban Japanese Restaurant, Starbucks, Elijah's Restaurant & Delicatessen, and Chipotle. Also, across the street, there is an Arby's and Mom & Dom's Pizza. Game Empire also sells snacks and drinks if you want something smaller.

San Diego, CA - USA

Tuesday, February 26 at 6:30 PM

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Settlers of Catan nights will be held monthly so if you miss this one, make sure you RSVP for future events since spots will be limited.

About the Game: For those of you that haven't played before, Settlers is a popular strategy game that, while it may seem complex at first, is amazingly fun to play after you learn the rules! Definitely give it a shot, it's easily one of my favorite board games. It typically takes about an hour to play so we'll usually play 1 or 2 games until Game Empire is forced to kick us out (they close at 10 PM).

RSVP Limit: I'll be keeping the RSVP limit to 15 people. I always bring a standard game and an expansion set to support up to 6 people, so please bring your copy if you have one so we can get more games going simultaneously.

Attendance: Please update your RSVP accordingly so people that want to join in on the awesomeness of Catan can get the chance to do so. If something comes up at the last minute, that's fine, just post on the meetup or message me so I'm aware about it.

How to Play the Game: For those that are new to Catan, I'd highly recommend checking out this awesome tutorial video below to learn the basics of the game prior to coming:

https://www.youtube.c...

About the Venue and Where to Find Us: Game Empire is located right off the 805 on the intersection of Clairemont Mesa Blvd and Shawline Street. There will be a bunch of tables set up on the left side of the store so just look for a guy wearing glasses and a video game or Star Wars shirt (me) setting up a game.

Nearby Food: The small shopping center has the following restaurants: Souplantation, McDonald's, Niban Japanese Restaurant, Starbucks, Elijah's Restaurant & Delicatessen, and Chipotle. Also, across the street, there is an Arby's and Mom & Dom's Pizza. Game Empire also sells snacks and drinks if you want something smaller.

San Diego, CA - USA

Tuesday, March 26 at 6:30 PM

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Settlers of Catan nights will be held monthly so if you miss this one, make sure you RSVP for future events since spots will be limited.

About the Game: For those of you that haven't played before, Settlers is a popular strategy game that, while it may seem complex at first, is amazingly fun to play after you learn the rules! Definitely give it a shot, it's easily one of my favorite board games. It typically takes about an hour to play so we'll usually play 1 or 2 games until Game Empire is forced to kick us out (they close at 10 PM).

RSVP Limit: I'll be keeping the RSVP limit to 15 people. I always bring a standard game and an expansion set to support up to 6 people, so please bring your copy if you have one so we can get more games going simultaneously.

Attendance: Please update your RSVP accordingly so people that want to join in on the awesomeness of Catan can get the chance to do so. If something comes up at the last minute, that's fine, just post on the meetup or message me so I'm aware about it.

How to Play the Game: For those that are new to Catan, I'd highly recommend checking out this awesome tutorial video below to learn the basics of the game prior to coming:

https://www.youtube.c...

About the Venue and Where to Find Us: Game Empire is located right off the 805 on the intersection of Clairemont Mesa Blvd and Shawline Street. There will be a bunch of tables set up on the left side of the store so just look for a guy wearing glasses and a video game or Star Wars shirt (me) setting up a game.

Nearby Food: The small shopping center has the following restaurants: Souplantation, McDonald's, Niban Japanese Restaurant, Starbucks, Elijah's Restaurant & Delicatessen, and Chipotle. Also, across the street, there is an Arby's and Mom & Dom's Pizza. Game Empire also sells snacks and drinks if you want something smaller.

San Diego, CA - USA

Tuesday, April 23 at 6:30 PM

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          Game Night: Settlers of Catan!      Cache   Translate Page      

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Settlers of Catan nights will be held monthly so if you miss this one, make sure you RSVP for future events since spots will be limited.

About the Game: For those of you that haven't played before, Settlers is a popular strategy game that, while it may seem complex at first, is amazingly fun to play after you learn the rules! Definitely give it a shot, it's easily one of my favorite board games. It typically takes about an hour to play so we'll usually play 1 or 2 games until Game Empire is forced to kick us out (they close at 10 PM).

RSVP Limit: I'll be keeping the RSVP limit to 15 people. I always bring a standard game and an expansion set to support up to 6 people, so please bring your copy if you have one so we can get more games going simultaneously.

Attendance: Please update your RSVP accordingly so people that want to join in on the awesomeness of Catan can get the chance to do so. If something comes up at the last minute, that's fine, just post on the meetup or message me so I'm aware about it.

How to Play the Game: For those that are new to Catan, I'd highly recommend checking out this awesome tutorial video below to learn the basics of the game prior to coming:

https://www.youtube.c...

About the Venue and Where to Find Us: Game Empire is located right off the 805 on the intersection of Clairemont Mesa Blvd and Shawline Street. There will be a bunch of tables set up on the left side of the store so just look for a guy wearing glasses and a video game or Star Wars shirt (me) setting up a game.

Nearby Food: The small shopping center has the following restaurants: Souplantation, McDonald's, Niban Japanese Restaurant, Starbucks, Elijah's Restaurant & Delicatessen, and Chipotle. Also, across the street, there is an Arby's and Mom & Dom's Pizza. Game Empire also sells snacks and drinks if you want something smaller.

San Diego, CA - USA

Tuesday, May 28 at 6:30 PM

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          Get Critical Fit with Mallory!      Cache   Translate Page      

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LET'S GET FIT!

So, time to get outside for some fun with friends and for some exercise. This meetup will be focused on body weight training, while discussing action plans for everyone to help them reach their fitness goals. We may also discuss nutrition and about taking what you learn at the meetup home with you so you can keep working on your own during the week.

This will likely be a monthly meetup, with possible extra meetups as desired. We may branch out for other fitness related events including specific events for discussing nutrition and goal achievement.

About Mallory - She is a huge fitness nerd and a self-identified former fat kid who has tried every trick in the book. She's lost 70 lbs on her own, and now fitness has become her passion. She wants to share her knowledge gained on her journey with others and wants to help members get more fit in a way that works for them. Mallory has been doing this fitness group with ALN since April 2017. Join up with Mallory's Critical Fit Facebook Group at https://www.facebook....

Parking - Lots of street parking all around and a small parking lot near the park. There is a rec center here, playground and large grassy area.

What to bring? - Dress in work out clothes, sweats or something that will allow you to move relatively easily. Jeans are fine if that is all you have. Bring water to drink! Maybe 2-3 bottles if you can. NO EQUIPMENT NECESSARY! If you don't like touching grass, maybe you can bring a yoga mat, but that's up to you.

San Diego, CA 92101 - USA

Sunday, June 2 at 10:30 AM

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Settlers of Catan nights will be held monthly so if you miss this one, make sure you RSVP for future events since spots will be limited.

About the Game: For those of you that haven't played before, Settlers is a popular strategy game that, while it may seem complex at first, is amazingly fun to play after you learn the rules! Definitely give it a shot, it's easily one of my favorite board games. It typically takes about an hour to play so we'll usually play 1 or 2 games until Game Empire is forced to kick us out (they close at 10 PM).

RSVP Limit: I'll be keeping the RSVP limit to 15 people. I always bring a standard game and an expansion set to support up to 6 people, so please bring your copy if you have one so we can get more games going simultaneously.

Attendance: Please update your RSVP accordingly so people that want to join in on the awesomeness of Catan can get the chance to do so. If something comes up at the last minute, that's fine, just post on the meetup or message me so I'm aware about it.

How to Play the Game: For those that are new to Catan, I'd highly recommend checking out this awesome tutorial video below to learn the basics of the game prior to coming:

https://www.youtube.c...

About the Venue and Where to Find Us: Game Empire is located right off the 805 on the intersection of Clairemont Mesa Blvd and Shawline Street. There will be a bunch of tables set up on the left side of the store so just look for a guy wearing glasses and a video game or Star Wars shirt (me) setting up a game.

Nearby Food: The small shopping center has the following restaurants: Souplantation, McDonald's, Niban Japanese Restaurant, Starbucks, Elijah's Restaurant & Delicatessen, and Chipotle. Also, across the street, there is an Arby's and Mom & Dom's Pizza. Game Empire also sells snacks and drinks if you want something smaller.

San Diego, CA - USA

Tuesday, June 25 at 6:30 PM

2

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Settlers of Catan nights will be held monthly so if you miss this one, make sure you RSVP for future events since spots will be limited.

About the Game: For those of you that haven't played before, Settlers is a popular strategy game that, while it may seem complex at first, is amazingly fun to play after you learn the rules! Definitely give it a shot, it's easily one of my favorite board games. It typically takes about an hour to play so we'll usually play 1 or 2 games until Game Empire is forced to kick us out (they close at 10 PM).

RSVP Limit: I'll be keeping the RSVP limit to 15 people. I always bring a standard game and an expansion set to support up to 6 people, so please bring your copy if you have one so we can get more games going simultaneously.

Attendance: Please update your RSVP accordingly so people that want to join in on the awesomeness of Catan can get the chance to do so. If something comes up at the last minute, that's fine, just post on the meetup or message me so I'm aware about it.

How to Play the Game: For those that are new to Catan, I'd highly recommend checking out this awesome tutorial video below to learn the basics of the game prior to coming:

https://www.youtube.c...

About the Venue and Where to Find Us: Game Empire is located right off the 805 on the intersection of Clairemont Mesa Blvd and Shawline Street. There will be a bunch of tables set up on the left side of the store so just look for a guy wearing glasses and a video game or Star Wars shirt (me) setting up a game.

Nearby Food: The small shopping center has the following restaurants: Souplantation, McDonald's, Niban Japanese Restaurant, Starbucks, Elijah's Restaurant & Delicatessen, and Chipotle. Also, across the street, there is an Arby's and Mom & Dom's Pizza. Game Empire also sells snacks and drinks if you want something smaller.

San Diego, CA - USA

Tuesday, July 23 at 6:30 PM

2

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Settlers of Catan nights will be held monthly so if you miss this one, make sure you RSVP for future events since spots will be limited.

About the Game: For those of you that haven't played before, Settlers is a popular strategy game that, while it may seem complex at first, is amazingly fun to play after you learn the rules! Definitely give it a shot, it's easily one of my favorite board games. It typically takes about an hour to play so we'll usually play 1 or 2 games until Game Empire is forced to kick us out (they close at 10 PM).

RSVP Limit: I'll be keeping the RSVP limit to 15 people. I always bring a standard game and an expansion set to support up to 6 people, so please bring your copy if you have one so we can get more games going simultaneously.

Attendance: Please update your RSVP accordingly so people that want to join in on the awesomeness of Catan can get the chance to do so. If something comes up at the last minute, that's fine, just post on the meetup or message me so I'm aware about it.

How to Play the Game: For those that are new to Catan, I'd highly recommend checking out this awesome tutorial video below to learn the basics of the game prior to coming:

https://www.youtube.c...

About the Venue and Where to Find Us: Game Empire is located right off the 805 on the intersection of Clairemont Mesa Blvd and Shawline Street. There will be a bunch of tables set up on the left side of the store so just look for a guy wearing glasses and a video game or Star Wars shirt (me) setting up a game.

Nearby Food: The small shopping center has the following restaurants: Souplantation, McDonald's, Niban Japanese Restaurant, Starbucks, Elijah's Restaurant & Delicatessen, and Chipotle. Also, across the street, there is an Arby's and Mom & Dom's Pizza. Game Empire also sells snacks and drinks if you want something smaller.

San Diego, CA - USA

Tuesday, August 27 at 6:30 PM

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Settlers of Catan nights will be held monthly so if you miss this one, make sure you RSVP for future events since spots will be limited.

About the Game: For those of you that haven't played before, Settlers is a popular strategy game that, while it may seem complex at first, is amazingly fun to play after you learn the rules! Definitely give it a shot, it's easily one of my favorite board games. It typically takes about an hour to play so we'll usually play 1 or 2 games until Game Empire is forced to kick us out (they close at 10 PM).

RSVP Limit: I'll be keeping the RSVP limit to 15 people. I always bring a standard game and an expansion set to support up to 6 people, so please bring your copy if you have one so we can get more games going simultaneously.

Attendance: Please update your RSVP accordingly so people that want to join in on the awesomeness of Catan can get the chance to do so. If something comes up at the last minute, that's fine, just post on the meetup or message me so I'm aware about it.

How to Play the Game: For those that are new to Catan, I'd highly recommend checking out this awesome tutorial video below to learn the basics of the game prior to coming:

https://www.youtube.c...

About the Venue and Where to Find Us: Game Empire is located right off the 805 on the intersection of Clairemont Mesa Blvd and Shawline Street. There will be a bunch of tables set up on the left side of the store so just look for a guy wearing glasses and a video game or Star Wars shirt (me) setting up a game.

Nearby Food: The small shopping center has the following restaurants: Souplantation, McDonald's, Niban Japanese Restaurant, Starbucks, Elijah's Restaurant & Delicatessen, and Chipotle. Also, across the street, there is an Arby's and Mom & Dom's Pizza. Game Empire also sells snacks and drinks if you want something smaller.

San Diego, CA - USA

Tuesday, September 24 at 6:30 PM

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Settlers of Catan nights will be held monthly so if you miss this one, make sure you RSVP for future events since spots will be limited.

About the Game: For those of you that haven't played before, Settlers is a popular strategy game that, while it may seem complex at first, is amazingly fun to play after you learn the rules! Definitely give it a shot, it's easily one of my favorite board games. It typically takes about an hour to play so we'll usually play 1 or 2 games until Game Empire is forced to kick us out (they close at 10 PM).

RSVP Limit: I'll be keeping the RSVP limit to 15 people. I always bring a standard game and an expansion set to support up to 6 people, so please bring your copy if you have one so we can get more games going simultaneously.

Attendance: Please update your RSVP accordingly so people that want to join in on the awesomeness of Catan can get the chance to do so. If something comes up at the last minute, that's fine, just post on the meetup or message me so I'm aware about it.

How to Play the Game: For those that are new to Catan, I'd highly recommend checking out this awesome tutorial video below to learn the basics of the game prior to coming:

https://www.youtube.c...

About the Venue and Where to Find Us: Game Empire is located right off the 805 on the intersection of Clairemont Mesa Blvd and Shawline Street. There will be a bunch of tables set up on the left side of the store so just look for a guy wearing glasses and a video game or Star Wars shirt (me) setting up a game.

Nearby Food: The small shopping center has the following restaurants: Souplantation, McDonald's, Niban Japanese Restaurant, Starbucks, Elijah's Restaurant & Delicatessen, and Chipotle. Also, across the street, there is an Arby's and Mom & Dom's Pizza. Game Empire also sells snacks and drinks if you want something smaller.

San Diego, CA - USA

Tuesday, October 22 at 6:30 PM

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          Game Night: Settlers of Catan!      Cache   Translate Page      

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Settlers of Catan nights will be held monthly so if you miss this one, make sure you RSVP for future events since spots will be limited.

About the Game: For those of you that haven't played before, Settlers is a popular strategy game that, while it may seem complex at first, is amazingly fun to play after you learn the rules! Definitely give it a shot, it's easily one of my favorite board games. It typically takes about an hour to play so we'll usually play 1 or 2 games until Game Empire is forced to kick us out (they close at 10 PM).

RSVP Limit: I'll be keeping the RSVP limit to 15 people. I always bring a standard game and an expansion set to support up to 6 people, so please bring your copy if you have one so we can get more games going simultaneously.

Attendance: Please update your RSVP accordingly so people that want to join in on the awesomeness of Catan can get the chance to do so. If something comes up at the last minute, that's fine, just post on the meetup or message me so I'm aware about it.

How to Play the Game: For those that are new to Catan, I'd highly recommend checking out this awesome tutorial video below to learn the basics of the game prior to coming:

https://www.youtube.c...

About the Venue and Where to Find Us: Game Empire is located right off the 805 on the intersection of Clairemont Mesa Blvd and Shawline Street. There will be a bunch of tables set up on the left side of the store so just look for a guy wearing glasses and a video game or Star Wars shirt (me) setting up a game.

Nearby Food: The small shopping center has the following restaurants: Souplantation, McDonald's, Niban Japanese Restaurant, Starbucks, Elijah's Restaurant & Delicatessen, and Chipotle. Also, across the street, there is an Arby's and Mom & Dom's Pizza. Game Empire also sells snacks and drinks if you want something smaller.

San Diego, CA - USA

Tuesday, November 26 at 6:30 PM

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          Strange Fruit #140: Silence Is Our Enemy, Sound Is Our Weapon: Janelle Monáe on Resistance      Cache   Translate Page      
Fall is in the air, and that means IdeaFestival, and jokes about pumpkins and white people. Luckily, we cover both on this week's show. One of our favorite people, Janelle Monáe, came back to Louisville this week for IdeaFestival, and brought along some folks from her Wondaland Arts Society. We caught up with them in the green room just before they caught their plane out of town (she had to perform at Madison Square Garden a day later - totally no big deal). We talked to the artists about their recent visit to a drag ball in New York, and about "Hellyoutalmbout," the police brutality protest anthem that's been ringing out from rallies and marches all summer long. "We wanted to use it as a vessel, and as a tool," she says of the song. "We're speaking out against the abuse of power because we believe that silence is our enemy, and sound is our weapon." As a team of folks trying to make a difference through the power of radio, we could not agree more! In Juicy Fruit this week, America loses its warm fuzzy feelings about the Pope when it's revealed that he met with Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis during his recent U.S. visit. Since we recorded, the Vatican has downplayed the visit and said Davis was just one of many in a greet line. Elsewhere in Christian news, a 5-year-old girl was barred from returning to her school in southern California, because she has two moms. A spokesperson for the privately-run Christian school told KGTV in San Diego, "The Bible says homosexuality is a sin. We don't condone any sinful lifestyles." And Azealia Banks called said the LGBT community is like the "white KKK's." Banks has been criticized by gay activists recently for her use of the f-word slur. We talk about how her black and queer identity plays into her troubles with the press. And finally, what's up with white people and pumpkins? A mic.com article looks at the political history and symbolism of the seasonal food. Did you know pumpkins had a political history? See, you learn something new every week on Strange Fruit. Happy Fall!
          Will Ferrell Reprising Anchorman's Ron Burgundy for New Podcast Series      Cache   Translate Page      
It's been five years since Will Ferrell last stepped into his <em><strong><a href="https://screenrant.com/tag/anchorman/">Anchorman</a></strong> </em>role of Ron Burgundy, but now he'll be reprising the character for a new podcast series. Hot off the success of the Christmas classic <em><a href="https://screenrant.com/tag/elf/">Elf</a>, </em>Ferrell joined <em>Anchorman </em>as a famous San Diego news anchor. The film received a long-awaited sequel in 2013, but for many people, it didn't live up to the original.
          The Latest On The California Cross Country Tragedy      Cache   Translate Page      

We’re learning more about the victims of Monday’s terrible accident in California. [Updated 3:00 PM PST August 12.] Click here to read more. Monday night a horrific three-vehicle accident occurred near Bishop, California. The fiery wreck claimed the lives of two former Cathedral Catholic High School (San Diego, CA) runners who were returning home from […]

Read the full article at The Latest On The California Cross Country Tragedy on Competitor Running.


          San Diego philanthropist honored by Palomar College      Cache   Translate Page      
A local businessman who recently donated $1 million to help victims of the Camp Fire was honored for another generous donation.
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CA-San Diego, Top notch Healthcare Facility is seeking an HR Admin to join their team. Some day to day duties include managing employee files, onboarding paperwork, provide administrative support, run employment verification, coordinate meetings, answer phones and other duties as assigned. The ideal candidate will possess 1+ years of HR experience, MS Office experience, general knowledge of HR functions, a chee
          NYC Volunteers Prepare to Offer Moral Support to Migrants on the Border       Cache   Translate Page      

Sierra Chandler is a student at Rutgers Law school in Newark. At 26-years-old, she said she's too young to remember the Civil Rights movement. But she was reminded of it when she heard U.S. authorities used tear gas on migrants rushing toward the border last month.

"You grow up hearing those stories and you think, 'in that moment would I be the person who buses down to the Jim Crow South to defend people?,'" she asked.

For her, the answer is yes. Which is why she joined about 50 people attending a class on Saturday morning organized by the New Sanctuary Coalition for those who want to assist migrants at the border. In a classroom at NYU Law School, lawyers and immigration activists spoke about how asylum works, and what role volunteers will play if they choose to work on the Mexican side of the border — where migrants are waiting in long lines to be processed by Customs and Border Protection (CPB).

"If you're an asshole to a CBP officer, the CBP officer will take it out on your friend,"warned Sara Gozalo, of New Sanctuary Coalition, which refers to immigrants as "friends."

New Sanctuary leaders emphasized their goal is not to make waves but to accompany asylum-seekers at a difficult juncture and to add more humanity to the process. They are also not allowed to provide legal assistance.

"If someone says to you, for example, 'is this a good asylum claim?' You should say we're going to have a lawyer review all the information," attorney Nathan Yaffe told the morning class.

Those on the Mexican side, in Tijuana, will work at a pro se legal clinic run by New Sanctuary. They'll talk to the migrants and write down their information so lawyers can offer them advice on the asylum process, such as what type of visa they may qualify for. They'll also educate migrants about their rights. But the migrants will be representing themselves.

The Department of Homeland Security has warned that it's against the law to coach an individual on a false immigration claim. But Ravi Ragbir, executive director of the New Sanctuary Coalition, said that's not an issue.

"We don't need to do that, the story's horrible," he said, referring to people fleeing violence and killings in Central America. He said it's up to border agents to decide whether their fears are credible enough to remain in the U.S. until an immigration judge makes the final decision.

However, as an immigrant rights advocate said he disagreed with an asylum law that doesn't allow people into the country if they're escaping solely for economic reasons.

"If your child is crying because they don't have something to eat, what would you do?," he asked.

Volunteers are also gathering in San Diego to help those who cross get wherever they're going. Ragbir said they'll be housed in churches on both sides of the border. By housing them, he said, that means "sleeping bags on the grounds, in the sanctuary, in the assembly halls."

Faith leaders from New Sanctuary and other groups have already started visiting the border, before gearing up for a wave of volunteers expected to arrive in mid-December. Some even officiated a few weddings.

Douglas Concha said he'll be among that first wave of volunteers going to San Diego this week to set things up. The 39-year-old army veteran is the child of Colombian immigrants. He said he joined the protests at Standing Rock two years ago, against the Dakota Access Pipeline, and he's worried about the situation at the border.

"With the teargassing thing the other day, there is a genuine concern with me that the situation could escalate like at Standing Rock into violence that would only harm the migrants more than anyone."

Concha said he can spare three or four weeks away from his work at a nonprofit. But 51 year-old Kelly Smith said she can only go for a week in January. For her, she says, it's about bearing witness.

"I don't speak Spanish, I have a lot of limitations," she said, adding that if she's just there to be a friendly face that will be enough.


          Shindigs, Battery Point, Los Shadows, Strangers in a Fire DJs at The Casbah - San Diego on 12/04/2018 09:00 PM PST      Cache   Translate Page      
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           Comment on Life lessons from Dr. Edith Eger, Auschwitz survivor by Randall Levin, MD, FACEP - Life       Cache   Translate Page      
I had the honor of meeting with Dr Eger at a Physician Health Thyself conference in San Diego in the mid 1990s. Her message and story changed my life and started me on a spiritual journey which I continue on to this day. I was privileged to spend some private time with her and actually sponsored her to come and speak at our local synagogue, with her staying at our house. Her message is a message which I have carried with me since - we all have the choice to be a victor over being a victim to our life circumstances and our professional lives (including the toxic work environments and external factors which are the leading causes of clinician burning-out process). My journey continues. Randall Levin, MD, FACEP-Life - Chair, American College of Emergency Medicine (ACEP) Wellness Section
          The Do’s and Don’ts of Building Your Case with Social Media Info      Cache   Translate Page      
The following is a guest blog post by Renee Galente Stackhouse. Renee is the founder and trial lawyer at Stackhouse, APC, where she focuses on plaintiff’s personal injury and military defense in San Diego. She is the immediate past President of California Women Lawyers, President of the CWL Foundation, Chair of the CLA SSF Section, and sits … Continue reading The Do’s and Don’ts of Building Your Case with Social Media Info
          AT&T will launch a 5G Samsung smartphone in the first half of 2019      Cache   Translate Page      
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Verizon isn't the only carrier that'll have a 5G smartphone from Samsung in 2019.

AT&T today confirmed that it will launch a 5G Samsung smartphone in spring of 2019. No other details, like specs or pricing, have been announced, but AT&T says that it'll share more information in the coming months.

AT&T has installed mobile 5G network equipment in 12 markets across the U.S. where it plans to launch its service in 2018. The cities where AT&T mobile 5G will go live this year include Atlanta, Charlotte, Dallas, Houston, Indianapolis, Jacksonville, Louisville, Oklahoma City, New Orleans, Raleigh, San Antonio, and Waco. Coverage will expand to parts of Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Nashville, Orlando, San Diego, San Francisco, and San Jose in the first half of 2019.

Rumors have suggested that Samsung is prepping a 5G version of the Galaxy S10, and it's possible that that's the device that could launch at AT&T and Verizon. Not only do Samsung's Galaxy S flagships already launch on multiple carriers, but a special Galaxy S10 with 5G connectivity and high-end specs could help convince more consumers to make the jump to 5G.


          Ron Burgundy is starting a podcast to keep your earbuds classy      Cache   Translate Page      
He became a legend on the local news in San Diego (translates to A Whale&rsquo;s Vagina), and then after a brief stint at a job at SeaWorld harassing dolphins became the hottest name in news around the country on GNN. Now Ron Burgundy (played by Will Ferrell, or so the myth goes), the man with a handsome collection of leather-bound books and an even handsomer mustache is tackling journalism… Read More...
          Kristen Bell, Ted Danson Comedy ‘The Good Place’ Renewed For Season 4 By NBC      Cache   Translate Page      

Ted Danson and Kristen Bell of NBC's "The Good Place" at the 2018 Comic-Con in San Diego, California.

Eleanor, Chidi, Tahani, and Jason will get some more time to become better people in order to work their way into heaven — The Good Place has been renewed for a fourth season by NBC.

The quirky comedy — starring Kristen Bell, Ted Danson, William Jackson Harper, Jameela Jamil, Manny Jacinto, and D’Arcy Carden — is currently winding down its 13-episode Season 3, and the network’s early pickup of the series for the 2019 to 2020 television season means they are really committed to this critically-acclaimed program.

“Congratulations to [series creator] Mike Schur and an exceptional cast and crew, all of whom collaborate to create a thoughtful, mind-bending, and hysterical series unlike anything else on television. We can’t wait to see what unexpected stories the new season will bring,” said Tracey Pakosta and Lisa Katz, the co-presidents of NBC Entertainment’s Scripted Programming division, according to a network press release published on the Futon Critic website on Tuesday, December 4.

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          Qualcomm's 2019 flagship chipset is called the Snapdragon 855      Cache   Translate Page      
Qualcomm will market its next flagship mobile chipset as the Snapdragon 855, the San Diego-based chipmaker announced on Tuesday at...
          Principal Software Engineer - Intuit - San Diego, CA      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Ed Ayub – Long Time Physical Therapist in Point Loma – Retires      Cache   Translate Page      
Ed Ayub Physical Therapy 3145 Rosecrans St. San Diego, CA 92110 I didn’t meet Eddy and his crew by going to his physical therapy office. Rather, I met Eddy and his wife Mary through their dogs – Boomer and Bella. They live around the corner from me and every day when I walked my Golden Retriever Buddy, his dogs would come to the fence to greet us. It finally came to the point when Buddy automatically turned into their gate and patiently waited for them to come out and greet him. Eventually, Eddy and Mary came out to say a few words, and before you knew it Eddy had a treat – or two – for Buddy. Although Buddy couldn’t pay them back, I would bring a new jar of jam I had just made as a “neighborly” gesture. One day when Mary and I were talking she noticed that I was wearing a splint on my arm and asked questions about it. The next day she told me that Eddy wanted to talk to me about the swelling.

          2 more tickets sold for our next CHO Academy      Cache   Translate Page      

Woohoo: Just sold 2 more tickets for our Chief Happiness Officer Academy in February in San Diego. Don’t miss out – get your ticket now.

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          Qualcomm Snapdragon 855: 3 Key Takeaways From Day 1 In Hawaii      Cache   Translate Page      

After months of speculation, San Diego chip giant Qualcomm has announced the Snapdragon 855 at its tech summit today in Hawaii. Since its the first day of Qualcomm’s event, we don’t get to see many details for Android’s mainstream 7nm SoC. Nevertheless, the few details that Qualcomm did reveal are important. We’ve made a list […]

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          Walmart to “Hire” Floor Mopping Robots — Bloomberg      Cache   Translate Page      

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Walmart will start using robotic floor mops in early 2019:

"The world’s largest retailer is rolling out 360 autonomous floor-scrubbing robots in some of its stores in the U.S. by the end of the January, it said in a joint statement with Brain Corp., which makes the machines. The autonomous janitors can clean floors on their own even when customers are around, according to the San Diego-based startup."

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          CARsgen Presents Preliminary Results of CAR-BCMA T Cell Therapy at ASH 2018      Cache   Translate Page      

SHANGHAI, Dec. 4, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- CARsgen Therapeutics, a clinical-stage company committed to developing Chimeric Antigen Receptor T cell therapies for cancer, presented initial safety and efficacy results from its ongoing investigational study of CT053 for patients with relapsed/refractory multiple myeloma (R/R MM) at the 60th American Society of Hematology (ASH) Annual Meeting in San Diego.

CT053 is a fully humanized CAR-BCMA-T cell therapy developed by CARsgen Therapeutics for patients with relapsed/refractory multiple myeloma (R/R MM). Professor Songfu Jiang, principal investigator of this study from the First Affiliated Hospital of Wenzhou Medical University, made an oral presentation entitled "Phase I Results of Human BCMA-Targeted CAR-T Cells in Patients with Relapsed/Refractory Multiple Myeloma". The multicenter study was conducted at the First Affiliated Hospital of Wenzhou Medical University, the First Affiliated Hospital of Zhejiang University and Xinhua Hospital Affiliated with Shanghai Jiaotong University School of Medicine.

Prof. Songfu Jiang Presented at ASH2018
Prof. Songfu Jiang Presented at ASH2018

As of July 12th, 2018, 17 R/R MM patients were enrolled and received a single-dose infusion of 0.5~1.8 x 108 CAR-BCMA-T cells with a median follow-up period of 92 days (min;max:10-272). 14 of 17 patients were eligible for efficacy evaluation for more than 4 weeks after infusion. CAR-T cell expansion was detected in peripheral blood 1-3 days following treatment in all patients. Of the 14 subjects who received CT053, an overall response rate (ORR) of 100% was observed, 78.6% achieved very good partial response (VGPR) and complete response (CR/sCR).

All the patients generally tolerated the treatment well. Five patients developed Cytokine Release Syndrome(CRS) 1~13 days after receiving single dose infusion, including 4 pts of Grade 2 and 1 pt of Grade 3. The syndrome was relieved 3-6 days after treated with Tocilizumab.

"R/R MM treatment remains a highly unmet medical need. The CT053 CAR-BCMA T cell therapy demonstrated manageable safety and significant efficacy profile, considering many subjects were extremely ill when enrolled. (41.2% patients ECOG PS>/=2)", said Dr. Zonghai Li, founder and CEO of CARsgen, "I'd like to extend my sincere thanks to all the researchers, patients and their families who gave their trust to us in this study. We look forward to initiating global pivotal clinical trials for our CAR-BCMA-T cell therapy to provide effective treatment for more patients in the near future."

About R/R MM and BCMA CAR-T

Multiple myeloma (MM) is a type of plasma cell malignancy resulting from the clonal proliferation of malignant plasma cells (PC) within the bone marrow (BM). Although recent treatment regimens and drugs have improved efficacy and survival for R/R MM patients in recent years, effective treatment options are still very limited. BCMA CAR-T cell therapy represents a promising potential curable treatment for R/R MM.

About CARsgen Therapeutics

CARsgen Therapeutics is a clinical-stage immune-oncology company committed to the development and commercialization of CAR-T therapeutics for unmet medical need. The company has launched several First-in-Human CAR-T clinical trials to treat relapsed/refractory tumors, including CAR-GPC3-T for hepatocellular carcinoma and squamous lung cancer, CAR-EGFR/EGFRvIII-T for glioblastoma multiforme and CAR-Claudin18.2-T for gastric and pancreatic cancer. CARsgen also has ongoing clinical programs of humanized CAR-CD19-T for acute lymphocyte leukemia and fully humanized CAR-BCMA-T program for multiple myeloma.

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          Recruiter - Part-Time, Remote - SDHR Consulting - Appleton, WI      Cache   Translate Page      
San Diego Human Resources Consulting, Inc., www.sdhrconsulting.com, has been growing rapidly for the past 14+ years and we work with some of the best...
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          GeekList Item: Item for Geeklist "San Diego Flea Market & Trade List 2018 (part 02)"       Cache   Translate Page      

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          He Makes $300k Per Month Shopify Drop Shipping at 28 Years Old      Cache   Translate Page      

▸ Discover How to Get Started w/ Shopify Dropshipping for FREE on the Webinar for Beginners: https://tinyurl.com/y8zoft8t (affiliate link)

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We'll Go out and we'll buy like an enamel pin in the shape of like a Taco and I know that sounds ridiculous, but you know, we go out there and we buy it for fifty cents and we're selling it for like nine 95 or 95 when you're selling, you know, 10 a day, 50 a day, a hundred a day, all of a sudden, you know, it goes up, it scales very quickly to the point where you're making a $900,000 profit a day from one single product. When you have perfected advertising in a way where advertising is not an expense, what it does is a generates you additional money. What up with that lifestyle ninja and enjoy the man himself. Mr Kevin David at his beautiful home here in Sunny San Diego, San Diego, California. Welcome guys. Thanks for having us. Thank you for being here. So I originally reached out to Kevin Cause I and I told you man, it was a crazy story. It was like I bought this. I was like all right, I'm getting into paid traffic, getting into facebook ads, like I want to do this. And I bought this like $500 course, maybe 600. It was great. I was like, the marketing was slick, everything. And then when you get inside, I mean, it kind of felt like, oh shit, like now I got to, this is, this is so disorganized. And so I was frustrated though. So I was going through, it's like 14 hours of this content and by the end of it, and I'm like, I don't, I don't really know if I feel comfortable with facebook ads anymore. So I went to youtube just like everyone does, youtube, everything, you know, how to change tires, oil sync, whatever, youtube at all. And then I found this guy a teaching. It was your epic show. Uh, what was that? The epic facebook ads. Right, right, right. And, and I like went through it and by the end I had an ad up and running. Um, I followed it all. It was just like, Oh man, I gotta I gotta send this guy a message just out of a fellow Youtuber respect. So I think I sent you a message like, dude, that our tutorial was better than the $500 and it was, I remember when you messaged me, if you guys, I get messages all the time, like Kevin, like your, your facebook ads section of your shopify chorus is better than this, like a thousand dollar, $2,000 facebook ads course on facebook ads that I took. And you know, the problem out there with a lot of gurus and people who teach stuff is like they spend more time the more the marketing, right? Like you said, that facebook course you bought had great marketing. Like it looks so sexy because he spends the time on that instead of the actual content of the course. And so, you know, it's, it's rare that you find somebody who actually devotes most of their time to the content rather than like the marketing. And that's not to say my marketing is terrible because it's not, it's not that bad. But, um, you know, I spend most of my time on the content because that's actually what is changing people's lives.

 

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          Qualcomm presentó el Snapdragon 855 e inauguró la era de los smartphones 5G      Cache   Translate Page      
La firma de San Diego presentó el primer SoC equipado con tecnología 5G, orientado a usuarios finales. Llegará los smartphones en 2019 La entrada Qualcomm presentó el Snapdragon 855 e inauguró la era ... - Fuente: www.redusers.com
          Reactie op KrishnaKhargi door Abogados De Accidentes De Trabajo En San Diego      Cache   Translate Page      
My husband and i were now thankful when Jordan could do his research through the precious recommendations he had out of the web site. It is now and again perplexing just to always be giving freely points which often the rest may have been trying to sell. And we also figure out we have the writer to give thanks to for this. All of the illustrations you have made, the easy web site navigation, the relationships you can help engender - it's got most awesome, and it is letting our son and the family know that that article is awesome, which is extremely vital. Many thanks for the whole lot!
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          Siriusxm Yacht Rock Radio Presents Yacht Rock Revue’s show in a city near you – presale code      Cache   Translate Page      

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          Petco Shares Tips and Advice for a Safe, Joyful Holiday Season with Pets      Cache   Translate Page      

SAN DIEGO, Dec. 5, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- The holiday season is all about making special, joyful memories with loved ones – including our pets! With the holidays in full-swing, Petco is sharing important tips and advice to help keep furry and four-legged family members safe and healthy...


          Losing GOP States Try To Lock In Power Before Democrats Take Over       Cache   Translate Page      
Copyright 2018 NPR. To see more, visit STEVE INSKEEP, HOST: As Wisconsin Republicans make their move, Michigan Republicans are pondering their own. Do a google search for Michigan Republican and one of the suggested ways to finish the phrase is power grab. They want to change the powers of some officials - some official positions just captured by Democrats. Republicans tried something similar in North Carolina when they lost the governorship there in 2014. So what's happening here? Thad Kousser is on the line. He's a political science professor from the University of California at San Diego. Good morning, sir. THAD KOUSSER: Good morning. INSKEEP: How extreme is the example of Wisconsin? KOUSSER: Well, it's the most transparent attempt that we've seen in the last two years to use the power of legislators to rewrite the rules, to try to win the game, to try to advance the policies that they want by locking in the power that they lost when they lost the governorship in the last year. This
          News Tips From NYU School Of Medicine And Perlmutter Cancer Center Researchers At The 60th American Society Of Hematology Meeting, Dec. 1-4, In San Diego, Calif.      Cache   Translate Page      


          Lynda.com: Excel PivotTables Part 2: Real-World Case Studies      Cache   Translate Page      
Once you grasp the basics of Excel PivotTables, you're ready to see how this powerful data analysis tool can add value in real-world situations. In this course— the final installment in a two-part series—instructor Chris Dutton dives into ten real-world case studies that showcase how PivotTables can be leveraged to explore and analyze data in a variety of situations. While the previous installment in this series dove into theory and the general ins and outs of PivotTables, this course helps expand your knowledge by looking at practical applications of the tool. Chris covers case studies on San Diego burrito ratings, historical shark attack records, major league baseball statistics, stock market data, and more.
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          CAPTURING THE STRENGTH OF AHSOKA TANO IN GENTLE GIANT’S MINI BUST      Cache   Translate Page      
The proud visage of Ahsoka Tano — Anakin Skywalker’s former Padawan and Jedi-turned-rebel — greeted fans at San Diego Comic-Con earlier this summer when Gentle Giant debuted a new hyper-realistic mini bust of the Togruta hero. Standing tall and poised for battle, her twin white lightsabers ignited at her back and a look of sheer determination in […]
          'We're one community': border cities fear Trump's crackdown      Cache   Translate Page      

Those who live and work in the US and Mexico worry hardline immigration enforcement will erode their cross-border lifestyle

The San Ysidro port of entry is the busiest land border crossing in the world, a fortress of concrete, steel and concertina wire through which some 70,000 cars and 20,000 pedestrians travel each day.

They include tourists, migrants, and long-distance truckers, but also commuters: people who begin and end their day in San Diego, with a trip to Tijuana to have lunch with family – or who live south of the border, but travel every day through San Ysidro to work in the US.

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          Supplies low for shelters helping migrants as holidays near      Cache   Translate Page      

LAS CRUCES, N.M. – An exhausted Alonzo Juan Jose sat still on a cot inside a shelter in southern New Mexico. For six days, the 24-year-old migrant from Huehuetenango, Guatemala, and his 5-month-old daughter, Allison Yajaira Juan Miguel, slept on a concrete floor while in U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement detention.

Now they were moments away from a good night’s rest following a nearly monthlong journey through Mexico, to an El Paso Port of Entry, to the refuge of the Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Cathedral in Las Cruces.

“I just want her to sleep,” Juan Jose said in Spanish as he rocked his daughter.

More migrants like the father and daughter duo are coming. Shelters run by volunteers in the U.S. say they are getting hit with an expected surge of new migrants seeking asylum in the U.S. who need temporary housing. Nonprofit groups and churches – especially along the U.S.-Mexico border – are racing to get donated clothes, diapers, cots and meals for Central American migrants as the holidays approach and resources begin to dwindle.

The move comes as Trump administration in recent weeks has been releasing detained immigrants from Central America at a quicker pace than previously, putting a strain on shelters from San Diego to South Texas.

Shelters say ICE is no longer helping migrants with travel plans and is now releasing them from custody whether the migrants have places to stay or not.

In some case, volunteers are picking up migrants from train and bus stations after getting dropped off by immigration officials. Other times, shelters are getting surprised by busloads of migrants at their front doors.

A temporary shelter in San Diego has housed more than 1,500 asylum seekers since opening in October for people who are released by immigration authorities pending the outcome of their cases in immigration court, Kate Clark, an immigration attorney at Jewish Family Service of San Diego, said last week.

Immigration and Customs Enforcement began releasing more people before they could arrange travel to family and friends in other parts of the country, she said.

One day last week, ICE released nearly 100 people, bringing the number of migrants staying at the shelter to 178.

“We are responding to this crisis in real time,” California Gov.-elect Gavin Newsom said alongside Clark at a news conference.

Church leaders in the Phoenix say ICE has released about 5,000 migrants in the past two months to local churches. They say they have had to scramble to find diapers, clothing and food at the last minute. Most of the migrants dropped off at churches or shelters leave within a day or two.

ICE officials have said the agency lacks the resources to house the growing number of migrant families crossing into ports of entries in California, Arizona and Texas, and they have begun releasing them to nonprofit shelters and churches in the area.

Sylvia Corona, one of the volunteer coordinator at Immaculate Heart of Mary, said the network of shelters in southern New Mexico and West Texas believes the demand will continue to grow in the coming weeks.

“I think we’re going to see hundreds of families needing places to stay,” Corona said. “We’re opening up two more shelters soon. We’re letting them stay in our own homes if we have to, but we’ll find something.”

In the meantime, Immaculate Heart of Mary and others have set up Amazon.com registries to facilitate donations like baby clothes, paper plates and coats. Annunciation House, an immigrant shelter in El Paso, Texas, is asking for packets of underwear and socks.

The shelters house the migrants until they are able to make other travel arrangements.

The call for donations has hit communities far from the border and has used the migrant caravan to highlight the growing need, although not all migrants are connected to the caravan that has garnered international attention.

Last week, for example, the Berkeley City Council in Berkeley, California, voted to donate money to provide food, shelter and basic needs to caravan members detained at U.S. ports of entry or traveling to immigration hearings.

During a recent evening at Immaculate Heart of Mary, Cirila Alejandra Calelpu, 20, of Huehuetenango, Guatemala, selected donated clothes for her and her daughter Lucia Tojen Calel, 3. The pair had just been released from an El Paso ICE detention center following a monthlong journey north. Like Juan Jose, she was fleeing gang violence.

“I’m going to Florida tomorrow to be with my sister,” Calelpu said while fighting off a cold. Children around her played with donated toys while other mothers combed through piles of free clothes.

Juan Jose was headed to Birmingham, Alabama, to join his brother. “At least tonight, I get to take a shower,” Juan Jose said before closing his eyes.

His 5-month-old daughter then fell asleep in his arms as the pair lied on a cot. She began to snore. “Well,” he said. “Maybe I won’t.”


          Orbis Intelligent Systems Appoints Beau Tucker II as Sales Director      Cache   Translate Page      

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          EU: Supremo rechaza demanda para bloquear construcción muro Trump      Cache   Translate Page      
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WASHINGTON.- El Tribunal Supremo rechazó hoy, lunes, estudiar una demanda de grupos ecologistas que pedían el bloqueo de la construcción del muro con México porque consideran que el presidente, Donald Trump, no tiene autoridad para suspender leyes medioambientalespara acelerar la obra.

El alto tribunal, con mayoría conservadora, optó así por dejar en vigor el fallo emitido el pasado marzo por el juez de California Gonzalo Curiel, a quien Trump criticó por sus orígenes mexicanos durante la campaña para las elecciones presidenciales de 2016.

Ese fallo permitía a Trump usar una ley de 2006, firmada por el entonces presidente George W. Bush, para suspender una serie de normas ambientales y acelerar la construcción del muro.

Los grupos ecologistas y el estado de California, que también ha participado en el litigio, consideran que la regulación de 2006 no es válida porque fue aprobada por el Congreso hace más de una década.

La demanda se remonta a la orden ejecutiva que firmó Trump poco después de llegar al poder, el 25 de enero de 2017, y en la que ordenaba al Departamento de Seguridad Nacional (Department of Homeland Security, en inglés) a construir el muro.

Siguiendo esa orden, en agosto, ese departamento emitió una serie de directivas para suspender la aplicación de las leyes medioambientales y construir 13 millas (22 kilómetros y medio) de valla cerca de San Diego, en California, y otros 60 millas (96 kilómetros y medio) cerca del valle del Río Bravo, en Texas.

El Centro para la Diversidad Biológica, una de las organizaciones demandantes, identificó en un estudio 90 especies amenazadas o en peligro de extinción que podrían desaparecer si finalmente se lleva a cabo la construcción del muro en las  1,976 millas (3,180 kilómetros) de frontera que separan a este país de México.

Trump amenazó hace dos semanas con un cierre administrativo si no se consiguen los fondos para construir el muro en la frontera con México: “Este sería un muy buen momento”, dijo.

“Estamos hablando sobre el muro de la frontera, estamos hablando de una gran suma de dinero, unos $5,000 millones”, indicó el mandatario entonces.

          University of California San Diego researchers develop “easy-to-use” 3D bioprinting method for living blood vessels      Cache   Translate Page      
Bioengineers from the University of California San Diego (UCSD) have developed a 3D bioprinting method that integrates natural materials which produce lifelike organ tissue models. The UCSD team used ... - Source: 3dprintingindustry.com
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Migrants seeking entry into the U.S. have been moved to a shelter farther south from the U.S.-Mexico border after the city government of city government shut down sports complex where they had been staying. Citing "bad sanitary conditions," the city ceased operations at the Benito Juarez sports complex a week after hundreds of migrants rushed a port of entry between Tijuana and San Diego, Calif., prompting a temporary shutdown of the border crossing and the use of tear gas by U.S. border officials on migrants who attempted to cross into the U.S. illegally. Buses moved the migrants to a federally run shelter 14 miles away from the San Ysidro port of entry, where asylum seekers file their applications, and 10 miles from the Otay Mesa border crossing, the Associated Press reported Saturday. They weren't forced to go to the new shelter, a former concert venue known as El Barretal, but Tijuana officials told the migrants that food and medical services at the Benito Juarez sports complex would no longer be available...MORE
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Batman writer Tom King has had quite an eventful run with the character, heading the Dark Knight’s DC comic long before a certain marriage and its fallout left him needing professional security at San Diego Comic-Con.


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San Diego, wedding, couple

Ob ihr nun davon träumt euch zu verloben oder bereits die Blumendekoration für eure Hochzeit ausgewählt habt — die Aussicht auf eine Ehe kann viele Menschen in eine glückliche Benommenheit versetzen. Unabhängig davon, wie lange ihr mit eurem Partner zusammen seid, könnte es einige Dinge geben, die es zu diskutieren gilt, bevor ihr euer Gelübde ablegt.

Hier sind ein paar Fragen, die ihr eurem Partner vor der Hochzeit stellen solltet: 

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10. Wie viele Schulden hast du?

Das mag vielleicht nicht sehr romantisch sein, aber ein genaues Bild von der finanziellen Situation eures Partners zu haben, kann dabei helfen, Überraschungen, die in irgendeiner Form mit Geld zu tun haben, vorzubeugen.

Hat euer Partner hohe Studienschulden? Oder Dutzende unbezahlte Kreditkartenabrechnungen? Wie viel seiner Hypothek oder seines Finanzierungskredits fürs Auto muss er noch zurückzahlen? 

Auch wenn es so aussieht, als hätte euer Partner die Finanzen im Griff — Schulden sind relativ häufig und daher ist es sinnvoll darüber zu reden. Kürzlich veröffentlichte Daten von „Experian“ zeigen, dass der durchschnittliche US-amerikanische Bürger mehr als 6.000 US-Dollar Kreditkartenschulden hat.

Wenn ihr mit eurem Partner als verheiratetes Paar in etwas investieren möchtet, können bereits existierende Schulden eure finanzielle Flexibilität einschränken.



9. Wer ist deiner Meinung nach für den Haushalt verantwortlich?

Jetzt macht es euch vielleicht noch nichts aus, hinter eurem Partner herzuräumen, aber eine Umfrage von Pew Research ergab, dass 62 Prozent der US-amerikanischen Erwachsenen die Aufgabenverteilung im Haushalt als sehr wichtig für das Gelingen einer Ehe erachten.

Bevor ihr heiratet, redet mit eurem Partner über seine Vorstellung hinsichtlich der Arbeiten rund um den Haushalt.



8. Willst du Kinder? Wenn ja, wann?

Zu wissen, ob euer Partner oder eure Partnerin Kinder möchte, ist wichtig, wenn ihr über eine gemeinsame Zukunft nachdenkt. Wünsche und Vorstellungen, was den Nachwuchs betrifft, können Dinge sein, an denen eine Beziehung zerbricht. Also überlegt, ob ihr darüber nicht vor eurer Hochzeit sprechen solltet.

„In den meisten Fällen kann man in einer Beziehung einen Kompromiss finden, aber das ist einer, auf den das nicht zutrifft“, sagt Beziehungsexpertin Jenny Douglas gegenüber „Huffpost Australia“. „Wenn man keine Kinder will oder sich selbst nicht als Elternteil vorstellen kann, kann das etwas Unüberbrückbares sein.“

Wenn ihr euch darüber einig seid, dass ihr beide Kinder haben wollt, ist es wichtig, herauszufinden, wann dies mit der Lebensplanung des jeweils anderen vereinbar ist. 



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          Chinawoman’s Chance      Cache   Translate Page      
James Musgrave was a professor at the college level at Caltech, Thomas Jefferson University School of Law, and many San Diego universities and colleges, for over twenty-five years. He has developed online course tools, such as his “Judge Jimmy Game,” and he has taught hundreds of classes aimed at teaching his students lessons from law and history. His storylines are unique, well-researched, and full of surprises. He has won many writing awards, and all of his mysteries are featured selections on the American Library Association’s Self-E Program.
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Centrally located in San Diego's thriving Uptown District, this full service med spa provides laser hair removal, skin rejuvenation, anti-aging treatments, Botox, fillers, photo facials and more! This business has had year-over-year growth greater than 6%, a 4,000+ active client database, and 4.5 Stars on YELP. The 3,119 sq. ft. facility includes 11 treatment rooms, 8 of which are currently subleased by a complimentary beauty provider. There is a huge upside opportunity to cross-market existing clients by executing a new sublease. The sub-tenant could also be relocated allowing a buyer to expand the med spa. There is an experienced staff in place including an M.D. acting as Medical Director and a Nurse Practitioner who prescribes the medical services. The seller, a Registered Nurse, works about 20 hours per week in the business and would continue as an employee under new ownership if desired. For additional information please contact Listing Agent Todd Bell 415-846-7267.
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Conveniently located with easy freeway access, this well established physical therapy clinic has over 11 years in business at its current location. This turnkey practice has long-term, established relationships with 20+ medical offices in the area and 70% recurring revenue from Medicare and insurance patients. Seller states there is strong growth opportunity through low cost marketing and advertising. It is also APT compliant and provides a full suite of services, including ultrasound and cervical traction therapies. For additional information please contact Listing Agent Todd Bell at 415-846-7267.
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Four new US dates announced:

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          Kristen Bell, Ted Danson Comedy ‘The Good Place’ Renewed For Season 4 By NBC      Cache   Translate Page      

Ted Danson and Kristen Bell of NBC's "The Good Place" at the 2018 Comic-Con in San Diego, California.

Eleanor, Chidi, Tahani, and Jason will get some more time to become better people in order to work their way into heaven — The Good Place has been renewed for a fourth season by NBC.

The quirky comedy — starring Kristen Bell, Ted Danson, William Jackson Harper, Jameela Jamil, Manny Jacinto, and D’Arcy Carden — is currently winding down its 13-episode Season 3, and the network’s early pickup of the series for the 2019 to 2020 television season means they are really committed to this critically-acclaimed program.

“Congratulations to [series creator] Mike Schur and an exceptional cast and crew, all of whom collaborate to create a thoughtful, mind-bending, and hysterical series unlike anything else on television. We can’t wait to see what unexpected stories the new season will bring,” said Tracey Pakosta and Lisa Katz, the co-presidents of NBC Entertainment’s Scripted Programming division, according to a network press release published on the Futon Critic website on Tuesday, December 4.

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          Chef Samin Nosrat Shares The Power Of 'Salt Fat Acid Heat' On Netflix      Cache   Translate Page      
Copyright 2018 Fresh Air. To see more, visit Fresh Air . TERRY GROSS, HOST: This is FRESH AIR. Our guest, Samin Nosrat, says there are four elements of good cooking. And if you understand how they work, you can make delicious food. The four elements are salt, fat, acid, heat. That's also the title of Nosrat's cookbook, which won a James Beard Award last year. And it's the name of her four-part Netflix series in which she travels to different countries to learn more about those elements. For fat, she goes to Italy, for salt, Japan. For acid, she's in Mexico. And for heat, she returns to Berkeley, Calif., where she lives and where she learned to cook at Alice Waters' famous farm-to-table restaurant, Chez Panisse. Samin Nosrat grew up in San Diego, where her parents immigrated from Iran in the 1970s. Her mother actually appears on the Netflix show and teaches her how to make tadig, the famous Iranian rice dish with a crunchy crust. Nosrat also writes a cooking column for The New York
          I Like Money. You Like Money Too? Wonkagenda For Wed., Dec. 5, 2018      Cache   Translate Page      


Morning Wonketariat! Here's some of the things we may be talking about today.


One of a dozen stories about Trump acting "presidential" for George HW Bush's funeral would go here if we cared. Bush wasn't awesome, Trump is a spiteful moron, and we're not waste your time with stupid stories. Consider this our hat tip for this "national day of mourning," and our warning that the post office is fucking closed.

Michael Flynn has been such a good boy that Robert Mueller isn't asking to LOCK HIM UP. Last night Mueller released a heavily redacted sentencing memo for Flynn that left legal Twitter in a bit of a flutter as everyone tried to speculate all the things he might squealing about. Nuclear weapons in Saudi Arabia? Russian fuckery? Trump's pee hooker problem? ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Roger Stone is pleading The Fifth after members of the Senate Judiciary Committee asked for documents related to his time on the 2016 Trump campaign. Stone is now running all over the media landscape and talking to anyone who will listen in a desperate attempt to convince people that he's more than a rat-fucking sleazebag with Richard Nixon tattooed on his back.

Yesterday markets fell off a cliff AGAIN after Trump started shitposting that he was a "tariff man." Shortly thereafter, the world realize he'd cut no deal with China to end his trade war, and pencil pushers faced a hard truth: Trump has no grasp on the most basic concepts of economics and he is bringing the global economy closer to -- at best -- an economic recession.

Defense Secretary Jim Mattis has signed an order extending troop deployments to the Southern border through January in order to push back the horde of Mexican-Muslims babies attempting to invade San Diego with taco trucks. It remains unclear what the majority of soldiers are actually doing beyond missing their families for the holidays.

Republicans seem to be throwing in the towel on the farm bill. The rumor mill on the Hill is that the 2018 farm bill will not only legalize hemp, it will also let hemp producers apply for federal subsidies. There's nothing about work requirements for SNAP recipients (thank Crom!), but that's not stopping the Trump administration! Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue says they still want to rob from the plates of the poor, and give it to the rich.

With so many women coming into Congress you'd think that the old men who just lost their jobs might try to protect their legacies by passing a sexual harassment bill. According to Roll Call, some members of the old boys club don't think they should be held personally liable for games of grab-ass.

A Texas newspaper is suing the Calhoun Port Authority in Port Lavaca for giving super gross disgraced former bro-caucus Rep. Blake Farenthold a cushy job and taxpayer dollars to keep playing grab-ass. According to the paper's attorney, the port doesn't want to go to trial because we'd learn how they ALLEGEDLY hired Farenthold illegally, despite his history of being a boozy creeper.

Politico is reporting that former Massachusetts governor Deval Patrick has decided he's not running in 2020 because he's making way more money in the private sector than he ever would wading into the swamp.

Michael Avenatti has finally decided to fuck right off with his 2020 crap after it became impossible to get booked on any late night cable news shows. In a statement posted to Twitter, Avenatti says his decision is out of respect for his family, and yada, yada, yada.

Axios' co-founders Jim VandeHei and Mike Allen took a break from gargling Trump's balls to write 800 mindless words about Democrats running in 2020. Apparently there's a lot of them! Some of them are women, and some of them are men. Some are rich, and and some are brown. Some wear hats, and some have cats. There's even some who like cats in hats who hunt rats! But none of them are as useless as Axios.

Y'all better grab a chair and check out this story in the New Yorker about the electoral clusterfuck in North Carolina's 9th. It involves backstabbing rednecks, yokels criming, "wads of cash," video games, "harvesting ballots," bribes -- and that's on top of the vote rigging!

Little Rock, Arkansas, just elected 35-year-old Frank Scott for mayor, and now all the white supremacists are angry a majority of voters didn't see a problem voting for a black guy.

Georgia will be able to keep rigging its elections after Republican Brad Raffensperger won a run-off to succeed Brian Kemp as secretary of state.

Russian President Vladimir Putin is rattling his sabers and threatening a new arms race following Trump's announcement he'll pull out of the landmark INF Treaty that banned medium-range ballistic missiles. This follows reports from NATO that Russia had already broken the treaty by recreating and testing the very same missiles. Remember, duck and cover!

Deaths from terrorism declined for the third straight year, according to some nerds at the Institute for Economics & Peace who wrote this year's 2018 Global Terrorism Index. The report says overall terrorism events are down 27 percent this year, but notes "far-right terrorism is a growing concern." REALLY? We hadn't noticed!

Trump's TV lawyer and "cyber advisor" Rudy Giuliani accidentally misspelled something in a tweet last week that automagically created a link to a nonexistent website. A web designer promptly bought the rights to that website and wrote, "Donald J. Trump is a traitor to our country" on its front page. Because he's a very stable genius, Giuliani then accused someone of invading his text (LOLOL), and started railing about "anti-Trumpers" at Time Magazine.

The Chicago branch of The Satanic Temple has installed a "snaketivity" scene depicting an arm holding an apple with a snake coiled around it inside the rotunda of the Illinois State Capitol. A plaque on the display reads, "Knowledge Is The Greatest Gift." You're welcome, America!

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          How Once-Moderate Bush Got Hijacked by the Religious Right      Cache   Translate Page      
Politics, George H. W. Bush, Religion, PoliticiansPolitics

Our October 1992 cover story explores how George H.W. Bush — desperate to be reelected — formed an unholy alliance that haunts us still. 

George H. W. BushReligionPoliticiansThe Advocate, October 20, 1992The Advocate, October 20, 1992Chris Bull

DURING HIS renomination acceptance speech at the Republican National Convention, President Bush receives wild cheers from delegates when he blasts the Democratic Party’s platform for omitting “three simple letters — G-o-d.”

Initiatives that would forbid legislators to outlaw antigay discrimination are placed on state ballots in Colorado and Oregon.

The California Board of Education rejects a school textbook because it calls for respect for gay and lesbian parents.

These developments, all of which occurred during the past year, and dozens of others like them across the country can all be traced to the growing political power of the religious right. Once regarded as a band of harmless crackpots, the religious right has managed to propel social issues — especially gay rights and abortion — to a key position on the national political agenda by sparking a fierce debate on “family values.”

“These people are diehards,” says Ann Stone, chairwoman of the abortion rights group Republicans for Choice. “They are very well-organized, and all they do is fight. We have to get the people to understand that unless they want a church state, they are going to have to get out there and fight back. Forget about gay rights and abortion rights in the kind of society these people have in mind.”

Adds Jerry Sloan, cochairman of Project Tocsin, a Sacramento, Calif., group that monitors the right wing: “Gays and lesbians have come to terms with the fact that the religious right has effectively stalled gay and lesbian political advances in some parts of the country and actually threatens to turn back the clock in others.” As a result, gay groups across the nation that would prefer to be working for positive change instead find themselves on the defensive, fighting off brush fires started by fundamentalists.

The religious right achieved its power gradually through a multifaceted strategy that targets all levels of politics — national, state, and local. The strategy’s basic components include running little-known candidates for local offices, preparing antigay ballot initiatives, organizing voter-registration campaigns, and filing legal challenges to gay rights legislation.

A key to the religious right’s success has been its use of aggressive lobbying to compel the Republican Party to adopt a conservative social agenda at the expense of moderate Republicans.

“The Right has disproportionate power, not so much because it has the numbers but because it is very singleminded in its approach to politics,” says David Keene, chairman of the American Conservative Union, a political group.

One need look only to the Republican National Convention in Houston last August for evidence of Keene’s assertion. At the convention, Massachusetts governor William Weld, a Republican who is one of the nations most staunchly pro-gay governors, was asked by the Republican National Committee not to address gay rights in his speech to the delegates.

But there was no similar prohibition on antigay rhetoric: Gays and lesbians repeatedly were targets of attack from the podium. In a nationally televised speech, failed presidential candidate Patrick Buchanan decreed that enactment of antibias protection for gays and lesbians is “not the kind of change we can tolerate in a nation that we still call God’s country.” And Vice President Dan Quayle told the convention that it is wrong to treat “alternative life-styles [as] morally equivalent” to traditional ones.

Quayle acts as the Bush administration’s unofficial liaison to conservatives. But on this point, he was merely parroting a position embraced two months previously by President Bush, who told The New York Times that he does not consider homosexuality to be normal. Previously, Bush had long been considered a moderate on social issues.

However, Bush and Quayle have not been entirely consistent in toeing the religious right’s antigay line. In an interview broadcast on ABC television in July, Bush said his administration had “no litmus test” that automatically excludes gays and lesbians from staff positions, and in an interview in August, he said that if he learned one of his grandchildren were gay, he would embrace him but discourage him from becoming a gay rights activist.

Throughout September, Quayle appeared to back off the antigay rhetoric voiced at the convention weeks earlier. During a campaign stop in Los Angeles, for instance, he conceded that his party has a “conservative voice and a conservative philosophy” but said he does not support the exclusion of gays and lesbians from it.

The backpedaling did not sit well with the religious right. After Bush’s July ABC interview was broadcast, Richard Land, executive director of the Southern Baptist Convention Christian Life Commission, fired off an angry letter to the president expressing “outrage and a sense of betrayal” regarding his no-litmus-test answer.

The religious right’s take-no-prisoners attitude toward homosexuality has painted the president and vice president into a corner, says Washington Post political reporter E.J. Dionne, author of Why Americans Hate Politics. Surveys consistently indicate that most voters oppose antigay discrimination, but the religious right — one of the Republican Party’s most powerful constituencies — demands strict adherence to its antigay position, he says.

“The religious right controlled many of the Republican slates at the convention and Bush tried to mollify the Right,” Dionne says. “But I think the Republicans went further than they had ever intended. They have spent the weeks after the convention trying to look like unbelievable moderates on gay rights. In Los Angeles, Quayle even used the politically correct terminology — gay and lesbian rather than homosexual.”

As a campaign theme, the family-values issue has had little impact according to a Sept. 16 New York Times/CBS News poll. Only about 1% of the respondents to the survey said the issue was their primary concern, while nearly 50% said the economy was the most important campaign issue. In fact, the Republicans’ use of the theme risks alienating mainstream voters, says political analyst Kevin Phillips, author of The Politics of Rich and Poor. Not only does the theme offer no solution to pressing problems like lack of affordable healthcare and rising unemployment, but its use makes Bush appear to shirk responsibility for the weak economy, he says.

In addition, Phillips says, use of the theme draws public attention to the Republican Party’s close relationship with the archconservatives like televangelist Pat Roberston, Liberty University president Rev. Jerry Falwell, and Eagle Forum president Phyllis Schlafly. “These people are not high on America’s list,” Phillips says. “It undercuts the whole idea of family values to identify family values with the religious right. Most Americans think that Robertsons’ rantings are off-the-wall.”

University of Southern California law professor Susan Estrich, who managed Democratic presidential nominee Michael Dukakis’s unsuccessful 1988 campaign says that Bush’s lack of a domestic policy agenda created a vacuum in the Republican Party that the religious right is eager to fill. “George Bush stands for nothing,” she says. “What the convention demonstrated more than anything is that he will say or do anything to get votes.”

Despite its gains in the presidential campaign, the religious right’s influence is not confined to national politics. Some of its most far-reaching advantages have been on the state and local levels. “The religious right knows that the real battle over social issues is at the local level,” says Mike Hudson, legal counsel for the liberal political group People for the American Way. “The 90s will be a great battle for grass-roots control.”

Both the Oregon and Colorado initiatives have been well-funded, and each has a good chance of receiving voter approval. In September, Robertson donated $20,000 to the Oregon Citizens Alliance, the group that is backing the Oregon initiative, and announced that he would start setting up field operations in the state.

On the same day that the Oregon and Colorado initiatives will go to the voters, residents of Portland, Me., will consider a ballot referendum that would repeal a citywide ban on antigay discrimination that was approved by the city council in May. The referendum was prepared by the Christian Civic League of Maine, an antigay group that said in a public statement that opposition to gay civil rights protection is “probably the most significant moral issue facing Maine in the history of our state.” In September a fundamentalist group in Kansas City, Mo., announced that it would seek to place a similar referendum on the ballot there.

Last spring, antigay activity directly related to the religious rights growing clout flared in Florida, where the American Family Association, an antigay group headed by conservative activist Donald Wildmon, successfully lobbied the Gainesville city commission to approve a resolution condemning gay rights guarantees. At the same time, a ban on antigay discrimination enacted in Tampa suffered a setback when a circuit court judge ruled that a referendum on it must appear on the November general-election ballot.

In the neighboring Alabama, meanwhile, the state legislature enacted an Eagle Forum-backed bill that requires sex education curricula in public schools to stress that same-sex intercourse is a crime under the state’s sodomy law. Legislators also passed a bill that forbids state funds to be allocated to gay student groups.

Frequently, the religious right works to influence politics from within by dominating county Republican Party organizations. When Citizens for Liberty, an antigay group that supports establishment of a militia and elimination of the Internal Revenue Service and the Federal Reserve System, gained control of the Republican central committee of Santa Clara County Calif., the California Republican Leauge, a moderate group, was so alarmed that it warned the country’s rank-and-file Republicans that the group’s agenda includes “a call for the death penalty for abortion, adultery, and unrepentant homosexuality.”

In Harris County, Tex., this year’s Republican platform alleges that homosexuality “leads to the breakdown of the family and the spread of deadly disease” and calls on the federal and state government to enforce “all laws prohibiting homosexual conduct.”

Building on its gains in county Republican organizations, the religious right has targeted state parties as well. Harriet Stinson, director of the California chapter of Republicans for Choice, says the religious right “has literally taken over” the California Republican Party by purging moderate Republicans from county central committees, running religious candidates for local and statewide seats, and harassing moderate party officials until they take extreme positions.

The religious right’s gains in California have been so great that Gov. Pete Wilson, who was considered a moderate when he was elected in 1990, has been “virtually shut out of his own party,” Hudson says. “The Right has made Wilson its lapdog on social issues,” he adds, attributing Wilson’s veto last year to the governor’s efforts to appease the religious right. When running for governor less than a year earlier, Wilson had indicated that he supported the ban.

In primary elections for the California state assembly in June, 12 of 16 candidates endorsed by the Conservative Coalition, a network of religious right groups, won their races, a better track record than that compiled by Republican candidates who had Wilson’s endorsement. The coalition donated to its candidates nearly $700,000, more than any other political action committee in the state, according to Common Cause, a nonpartisan public-interest group.

The coalition is funded by a small group of businessmen in conservative Orange County. One of them is Howard Ahmanson, whose net worth is estimated to be more than $100 million. In 1985 Ahmanson told the Orange County Register that his goal is the “total integration of biblical law into our lives.”

The religious right touts the 1990 San Diego municipal election as a model it hopes to replicate nationwide. In the election, the religious right ran a slate of 90 little-known candidates for city council and for boards overseeing schools, hospitals, and public utilities. After playing down their affiliation with the religious right, 56 of the candidates were elected.

The religious right “takes advantage of voter apathy and the anti-incumbency mood in the country,” says Kathy Frasca, a founder of the Mainstream Voter Project, a San Diego group that monitors the religious right. In San Diego the right-wing candidates’ bids for office would have failed if voters had been better informed about the candidates’ ties to fundamentalists, she says.

The religious right has made inroads in state parties outside California as well. Last May, Washington State’s Republican Party adopted a platform that calls for gays and lesbians to be barred from jobs as teachers or health care workers. The platform also advocates corporal punishment for students and denounces the practices of witchcraft and yoga in public schools. Adoption of the platform infuriated several longtime moderate Republican activists. King County Republican platform committee chairman Brett Bader called it “the most seriously off-base reckless, and damaging platform I have ever seen.”

In Iowa the state Republican Party adopted a platform this summer that calls for strict enforcement of sodomy laws, mandatory reporting of the names of people who test positive for antibodies to HIV, the virus believed to lead to AIDS, and the obligatory teaching of creation science in place of evolutionary theory.

And in a face-off last year that underscored the animosity between the Republican Party’s moderate and conservative wings, delegates to a Minnesota state Republican Party convention in St. Cloud walked out of a speech by Gov. Arne Carlson, a Republican, to protest Carlson’s decision to allow himself to be named an honorary sponser of a Minneapolis fundraiser conducted by the Human Rights Campaign Fund, a gay political group.

The religious right’s strategy has been developed and implemented by a network of organizations and leaders who are largely unknown to the public but familiar to Republican power brokers. Many of the religious right’s leaders-- including the Southern Baptists Convention's Land; Gary Bauer, executive director of the Family Research Council; Beverly LaHaye, president of Concerned Women for America; and Bob Jones III, president of Bob Jones University — met with President Bush in the White House in April. After meeting, the fundamentalists told reporters that President Bush had convinced them he shares their belief that gays and lesbians pose the greatest modern threat to traditional American values.

Along with Morris Chapman, president of the Southern Baptist Convention, a 15-million-member denomination that is the nation’s largest Protestant sect, Land has been instrumental in mobilizing support for conservative causes. Under the leadership of Chapman and Land, the Southern Baptist Convention this summer expelled two North Carolina congregation — Pullen Memorial Baptist Church and Binkley Memorial Baptist Church — for blessing the union of two gay men and licensing a gay minister.

Still, Robertson remains the religious right’s most influencial and well-known leader. Although Robertsons’ 1988 bid for the Republican presidential nomination failed, the Washington Post’s Dionne says the attempt brought national prominence to the Christian Coalition, Roberston’s political organization, which has more than 2 million members nationwide.

Robertson’s clout is further increased by his 60% ownership of International Family Entertainment Inc. (IFE), which operates the Christian Broadcasting System cable television network and is the world’s largest religious programmer. A recent public stock offering conducted by the company raised more than $150 million for Robertson and his son Timothy.

Shortly after completing the stock offering, Robertson made a $6-million bid for United Press International (UPI), a new service that declared bankruptcy earlier this year. The deal eventually collapsed, but had it been consummated, it would have provided an inroad into the mainstream media that Robertson has long sought.

At the time he made his offer for UPI, Robertson noted that “in the ‘70s, we began praying for all aspects of life — religious life, governmental life, education, the media, arts, and entertainment — and all of these facets are part of what God wants to touch. He wants to touch it with his truth and his love. This is one little chance for that to happen.” On Sept. 21, Robertson took another step into the mainstream media, announcing that IFE had agreed to in principle to purchase MTM Entertainment Inc., a Studio City, Calif., firm that produces the television series Evening Shade for $68.5 million.

Such influence seemed unthinkable in the ‘70s, when the religious right was largely unorganized and split along ideological lines. Its ranks included relative moderates like Bauer, who advocate repeal of gay civil liberties protections, and extremists like R.J. Rushdooney, who advocate establishment of a Bible-based legal system under which gays and lesbians would be subject to the death penalty.

Ronald Reagan’s 1980 presidential campaign was the pivotal event that spurred the religious right to organize, and fear of gay political advances have helped keep the coalition together since then, says Fred Clarkson, a journalist who has written extensively about the religious right. “Getting the Right to overlook its differences and work together was a real accomplishment,” he says.

Seeing a well-organized bloc of votes, the Republican Party actively courted the religious right during the late ‘70s and the ‘80s. The effort paid off: Hudson of People for the American Way says that the religious right was instrumental in electing Republican presidents in the 1980, 1984, and 1988 elections.

However, the courtship also narrowed the party’s appeal to mainstream voters. “I really don’t believe that the majority of voters goes for the hatred and extremism exemplified by the religious right,” Estrich says. “I hope that Bush keeps sucking up to the Right. It makes the Democrats that much better off.”

Even within the Republican Party, the power wielded by the religious right has been a cause for concern, creating a bitter rift between social conservatives like Robertson and Quayle and libertarians like Weld and the Department of Housing and Urban Development head of Jack Kemp. While the social conservatives concern themselves primarily with moral issues, the libertarians concentrate largely on economic matters.

The rift was illustrated dramatically in July, when former Arizona senator Barry Goldwater, a staunch right-winger who was the Republican Party’s presidential candidate in 1964, shocked political insiders by throwing his support behind a proposed ban on antigay bias in Phoenix. In announcing his position on the ban, Goldwater scolded the Republican Party, saying it allowed the religious right to lead it away from discussion of our substantive issues.

“Under our constitution, we literally have the right to do anything we may want to do as long as the performing of those acts does not cause any damage or hurt to anybody else,” Goldwater said. “I can’t see any way in the world that being gay can cause damage to somebody else.”

The schism within the Republican Party has been exacerbated by the recession, Dionne says “In good economic times, social conservatives could vote on fairly social issues, and upscale Republicans, who tend to be fairly liberal on social issues, could vote their pocketbooks,” he says. “Once the economic lubricant disappeared, the frictions heat up.”

The national debate over abortion has also widened the rift within the Republican Party. This year, national Republican officials adopted the toughest, antiabortion platform plank in history, forbidding abortion even for pregnancies that result from incest or rape. Adoption of the plank caused Republican abortion rights proponents to step up their efforts to neutralize the religious right’s influence within the party.

Rep. Tom Campbell (R-Calif.), a moderate Republican known for his support for gay and abortion rights, contended during his unsuccessful bid for the Republican nomination for a Senate seat in June that because conservatives have long opposed government intervention in private matters, a truly conservative position would be one supporting abortion rights and gay rights guaranteed.

“It’s actually a conservative position to oppose discrimination,” Campbell says. “There is no reason that groups that make bigotry a priority couldn’t feel at home in the Democratic Party. There’s nothing particularly Republican about imposing one’s values on others.”

But few other moderate Republicans are willing to link gay rights and abortion. Stone of Republicans for Choice says that even gay and lesbian Republicans “understand that it’s best to keep the two issues seperate. It remains to be seen if there is any way to work together. The likelihood of gay rights will ever be specifically addressed by the party is not great.”

As a result, the battle lines will continue to be drawn for years to come. Both gays and lesbians and the religious right “feel that they have been dumped on,” Dionne says. “The religious right feels it lost its culture in the ‘60s. It feels that it has been ridiculed by the media and by society in general. A lot of it’s anger is being expressed through attacks on gays and lesbians.”

Both sides agree that there is no middle ground. “This is the beginning of a sophisticated, well-financed backlash against gay and lesbian inroads into the media and culture that’s fueled by the religious right,” says Robert Bray, a spokesman for the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force, a lobbying group. Adds Steve Sheldon, a spokesman for the Traditional Values Coalition, a Southern California antigay group: “It’s a holy war that can only have one winner.”

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          Spencer Day's Holiday Show Extends Through March at Green Room 42      Cache   Translate Page      

THE GREEN ROOM 42 - Broadway's new contemporary cabaret club - has announced the return of acclaimed singer and songwriter Spencer Day, who continues his debut residency on Friday, December 14 at 7:00 PM.

Spencer's holiday show "If Christmas Doesn't Kill Me," based on his single of the same name, will feature holiday favorites, Spencer's own special seasonal songs, in addition to pop and jazz standards. Due to packed houses and critical raves, his recurring show was extended with dates added on January 4 and March 22, 2019. The unique #1 Billboard charting pop/jazz performer who has appeared at venues from Lincoln Center to the Hollywood Bowl is headlining regular shows at the club, providing him with an opportunity to showcase his humor as well his diverse and eclectic original songs, material from his new album Angel City and interpretations of classic songs from Cole Porter to David Bowie. Day brings a spontaneity that feels new and fresh while simultaneously embracing the classic mood of a bygone era.

The video for the album's first single, "72 and Sunny," debuted on People.com, which praised the "the song's bright, hopeful lyrics with retro-themed visuals." He recently performed the song live on Fox TV's "Good Day New York." The album's second single, "Angel City," was the #1 Most Added track this week from the Billboard Contemporary Jazz Chart, in addition to being #1 Most Added track on the Groove Jazz Music Chart. Earlier this year his show won a rave review from All About Jazz, exclaiming "whether as performer or composer, Day showed a penchant for shadowy explorations of wayward souls and ephemeral relationships. Each was a modern classic of intimate proportions, wrapped in smoky delivery that lilted through every seamless key change."

Spencer's upcoming national tour dates include Martini's About Fourth in San Diego, CA (December 31), Rockwell Table & Stage in Los Angeles, CA (February 3, March 3 and April 7), The Palm Springs Arts Museum in Palm Springs, CA (March 11-13), and Blues Alley in Washington, DC (March 20).

Angel City, Day's seventh and latest album, was recorded at Capitol Records with the support of the 20 piece Budman-Levy Orchestra. Using the fabled city of Los Angeles as a backdrop, the recording continues Spencer's meditations on love, fame, narcissism, and how an artist can maintain integrity and authenticity. New Yorkers will be able to find their own parallels in the themes of the songs. The album's lyrics and melodies reveal something of a stylistic departure from Spencer's previous records, although you'll certainly find his unique blend of blue-eyed soul, pop and film noir moodiness from the classic jazz era. Incorporating slices of life from legends and nobodies, the city of dreams is built on projections and fantasy, light and darkness.

Spencer Day - born in Utah, raised in rural Arizona, and currently living in New York City - has wandered amid the expansive and diverse landscape of American music, developing an artistic sensibility that borrows from numerous sources: jazz, musical theater, cabaret, soul, folk, traditional and contemporary pop. He uses intuition and improvisation as his primary tools to craft a sound that is familiar, yet fresh and innovative at the same time. Day's album Vagabond peaked at #11 on the Billboard Album Chart and stayed on the chart for 47 weeks. The lead single, "Til You Come To Me," peaked at #3. His recent album, Daybreak, debuted at #1 on the iTunes Jazz Chart.

The Washington Post praised his "cool jazz sensibilities" and "cleverly crafted tales," with Time Out New York calling him "a compelling, quirky singer-songwriter." According to The San Francisco Chronicle, "his melodies are infectious, his arrangements are dazzling and, most of all, his delivery is heartfelt and, often, heartbreaking. He is not only a superb pianist, but a brilliant arranger, who consistently celebrates the partnership between his voice and the piano. "

Spencer Day performs at The Green Room 42 (570 Tenth Avenue at 42nd Street, on the 4th Floor of Yotel) on December 14 at 7:00 PM; January 4 at 9:30 PM; and Friday, March 22 at 7:00 PM. The cover changes is $20-25 with $50 premium tickets (which include preferred seating). There is no food and drink minimum. For tickets, please visit www.TheGreenRoom42.com.

THE GREEN ROOM 42 recently celebrated its one-year anniversary as the theater district's premiere destination for live music and events. The space lets audiences experience shows up close and personal. During the shows, guests can enjoy Mediterranean-inspired dishes alongside signature cocktails, craft beer and wine with no food/drink minimum. Tickets can be purchased at www.TheGreenRoom42.com. The Green Room 42 is located at 570 Tenth Avenue in New York City; @TheGreenRoom42.


          12/3 Through the 1940's: Basgall, Fussell Deals; Elbie Goes; No Go Van Mungo; RIP Lefty; HBD Hickory, James, Suitcase & Lou      Cache   Translate Page      
  • 1878 - RHP Walt “Hickory” Dickson was born in New Summerfield, Texas. Hickory never tossed for the Pirates, but did spend the last two years of his career with the Pittsburgh Rebels of the Federal League between 1914-15. He worked 67 games for the Rebs, going 16-24-1, 3.44 pitching at the ages of 35 & 36. Dickson’s MLB claim to history is rather dubious: in his first full year in the show in 1912, he started 18 straight games that his team, the Boston Braves, lost. It took 95 years for the Brewers’ Dave Capuano to break that mark. But in the minors, he once tossed back-to-back, complete game, five-hit shutouts on the same day at the end of the season for his Cleburne team against second place Fort Worth; it’s said that Fort Worth was so discouraged after the twin bill by their performance against him that they forfeited the championship series against first place Cleburne. His nickname dates back to his youth. He healed quickly from a broken bone and was back to normal in a blink, leading his hoodies to consider him tough as hickory. 
  • 1919 - C James Tillman was born in Washington, DC. Tillman was a veteran of local Negro teams in the DC area when he was called to help fill the Homestead/Washington Grays roster. From 1941 through 1943, Tillman held the thankless job of backing up Josh Gibson. While he didn’t get much work for the Grays, Tillman carried the torch for the old Negro League as a speaker in various school and civic events, keeping the memory of the history and players alive. He passed away in 2009 at the age of 89. 
Harry Simpson's Toonerville Namesake
  • 1925 - 1B/OF Harry “Suitcase” Simpson was born in Atlanta. He closed out his eight-year MLB career with the Pirates in 1959 after the Bucs got him as part of the Ted Kluszewski deal with the White Sox. He got into nine games and hit 4-for-15 (.267) before retiring. Cort Vitty of SABR wrote that he picked up his nickname during his Negro League days. Harry wore a size 13 shoe, and a sportswriter dubbed him “Suitcase” Simpson, based on a character by that name with feet as large as suitcases, in the comic strip “Toonerville Folks.” 
  • 1927 - The Bucs dipped into the Texas League, trading LHP Mike Cvengros and C Ike Danning to Wichita Falls for LHP Fred Fussell. Fussell had a pretty solid campaign in ‘28 (8-9-1/3.61) but gave up 42 runs (38 earned) in 39-2/3 IP the following season, his last in the majors. Cvengros made a comeback in 1929 with the Cubs but other than that season, he spent his remaining years tossing in the American Association and Texas League, working through 1937. Danning got into two games with the St. Louis Browns in ‘29; he was destined to be a career minor leaguer. 
  • 1937 - The winter meetings kicked off with a bidding war for Brooklyn Dodger fireballer (his 238 K led the lead in 1936) Van Lingle Mungo. Several teams were in hot pursuit as the Brooklyn Dodgers were rumored to want to dump his $15K salary. The Pittsburgh Press said that da Bums wanted an outfielder, infielder and pitcher, and the Bucs had reportedly dangled OFs Paul Waner/Woody Jensen, P’s Red Lucas/Bill Swift/Big Jim Weaver and IF Pep Young as bait. Nothing came of it; the Dodgers swallowed hard and ponied up Van Mungo’s paycheck. Good thing for the Pirates, too - Big Poison, even at age 35, still had three good campaigns left, the other guys also stayed on the team and went on to have solid years while Van Mungo, who had won 18 games in 1936, would only win 18 more matches total in the next five years after injuring his arm during the 1937 campaign. 
  • 1939 - Frank “Lefty” Killen died in Pittsburgh at the age of 69 of a heart attack. Killen was a life-long yinzer who spent the middle six years (1893-98) of his 10-season big league stay with the Pirates. He led the league in wins twice with 36 in 1893 as a 22-year-old and 30 in 1896, with a 112-82/3.97 overall slash as a Bucco. During his career, he also tossed for the Milwaukee Brewers (1891), Washington Senators (1892), Boston Beaneaters (1899) and Chicago Orphans (1900). Killen won 20 or more games five times and ended his career with a line of 164-131/3.78 with 253 complete games and 13 shutouts. Lefty lived on Federal Street and operated a North Side hotel/cigar store from a building he owned after he retired. He’s buried in Allegheny County Memorial Park in Allison Park. 
Monty Basgall 1952 Topps
  • 1947 - Busy day for the Buccos. They sold 11-year vet 1B Elbie Fletcher to the Cleveland Indians (he had one more MLB season left), traded minor league IFs Jimmy Bloodworth and Vic Barnhart to the Dodgers for 2B Monty Basgall (Bloodworth played four more seasons and Barnhart, whose dad Clyde was also a Pirate, never made it back to MLB while Basgall played three years for the Bucs hitting .215) and named Al Lopez manager of the AAA Indianapolis Indians. Lopez had turned down the same deal a year earlier to get in a last go-around as a player (he caught for 19 years). That decision to bypass managing may have cost him a shot at the Bucco field general job when skipper Billy Herman was fired and replaced by Billy Meyers after the campaign. 
  • 1945 - LHP Lou Marone was born in San Diego. Lou, the Bucs’ 30th round pick from the 1965 draft, had a MLB career that consisted of 30 games tossed for the Pirates (29 in 1969 with one last outing in 1970), posting a line a 1-1/2.63 from the pen. His ‘70 season was cut short by an arm injury, and in 1971 and ‘72 he was given a shot to make the club but couldn’t impress. Part of his problem was his conditioning; Lou was 5’10” and weighed in at 225 pounds, leading to the nickname of “Toad.” Family matters: Lou was the cousin of pitcher John D'Acquisto who won the NL Rookie Pitcher of the Year award in 1974 with the Giants.

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  • 1847 - Hall of Famer C/3B James “Deacon” (he was a clean-living, religious fellow) White was born in Caton, NY. He played as a 41-year-old for the Alleghenys in 1889, and lasted one more season before ending his 20-year career with the Buffalo Bisons, retiring with a .312 BA. As a member of Forest City of Cleveland, White led off the opening game against the Fort Wayne Kekiongas with a double off Bobby Mathews, considered the first major league hit (the National Association of Professional Baseball Players was the first pro league), and banged into the first double play. Deacon also helped popularize the catcher’s mask and he was the first pitcher to go into a wind-up (he pitched twice, piling up 10 innings of relief work). Sadly, Deacon died on July 7th, 1939, at the age of 91, just after being snubbed for inclusion in the Hall of Fame. It took until 2013 for White to earn a spot in the Hall. 
Deacon White 2012 Upper Deck Goodwin Champions
  • 1876 - RHP Roscoe Miller was born in Greenville, Indiana. Roscoe started out on fire, winning 23 games for Detroit as a rookie. He stumbled along for the next couple of years but seemed to have righted the ship with the Pirates in 1904, going 7-7/3.35. But bad luck intervened. Miller was riding with 14 other Pirates in a carriage when the rear wheel collapsed. Several players were hurt when the carriage folded and was dragged on its side by the horses, including Miller, who injured his wrist badly in the accident. That would become his last MLB season, although he spent five years in the minors afterward. Roscoe had a boatload of nicknames, with Rubberlegs, Roxy and Ross among them. "Ross" and "Roxy" are plays on Roscoe, and he was dubbed "Rubberlegs" after moving from Detroit to New York to Pittsburgh in a 14-month span. 
  • 1896 - C Mike Wilson was born in Edge Hill, Pennsylvania (Montgomery County). Mike’s entire MLB career consisted of five appearances behind the dish and an 0-for-4 career hitting line in 1921 for Pittsburgh. He is notable, though, as one of the early two-sport players who suited up for the Pirates, as he spent four winters playing football with early pro clubs in Buffalo, Rochester and Rock Island. 
  • 1898 - Pittsburgh traded IF Bill Gray and RHP Bill Hart to Milwaukee of the Western League for OF Ginger Beaumont. Gray wouldn’t play in the majors again while Hart tossed one more big league campaign. Beaumont spent eight of his 12 MLB seasons as a Pirate, hitting .321 over that span, winning the NL batting title once and leading the league in hits three times. 
Ginger Beaumont 1906 Fan Craze
  • 1906 - RHP Johnny Welch was born in Washington, DC. Welch tossed for nine seasons, closing out his career in 1936 with the Pirates after being picked up in June from the PCL’s San Diego Padres, where he had been sent by Boston in May. He got a save for Pittsburgh in nine outings with a 4.50 ERA, spent the next season in the minors at St. Paul and hung ‘em up after the 1937 campaign at age 30 - his minor league contract had been sold to San Francisco and Johnny didn’t want to play so far from home. No compromise was reached and Welch walked. He didn’t have much time left - he passed away in 1940 after a nine-month battle with TB. 
  • 1934 - UT Andre Rodgers was born in Nassau, Bahamas. He was with the Bucs from 1965-67, batting .257 over that time, playing all four infield spots while seeing action in left field, too. Rodgers was the first Bahamian to play in the major leagues. A talented cricket player who paid his own way for a tryout with the Giants in 1954, he finally cracked the majors in 1957 and played 11 big league seasons, finishing with a .249 BA. 
  • 1936 - The Pirates signed 23-year-old IF Lee “Jeep” Handley as a free agent after a strong rookie audition with the Reds. He was a dependable sometimes starter, sometimes bench player for the Bucs over eight seasons (1937-46, with time off for WW2), averaging 105 games per year and hitting .269. It’s been speculated (by the Uniontown Morning Herald of 1938) that he got his nickname in 1936 as a Cincinnati rookie when he apparently reminded the veterans of a new Popeye cartoon strip character, “Jeep.” As Popeye said when gifted with Jeep: "Well, blow me down! A baby puppy!" 
Jeep Handley 1937 (photo: The Sporting News Collection)
  • 1963 - Win some, lose some… The Pirates lost OF Bobby Tolan, who just turned 18 with a season at Class A Reno under his belt, to the Cards in the now defunct first-year player draft. Tolan ended up with a solid 13-year career with a .265 lifetime BA and even made a late stop back to his original Bucco club in 1977. Pittsburgh claimed LHP Luke Walker from Boston in the same draft, and Luke spent 8-of-9 MLB seasons with the Pirates, going 40-42-9/3.42 in 243 games (100 starts) as a sort of an all-around pitching handyman. 
  • 1967 - GM Joe Brown worked out a pair of deals, trading minor league 1B/OF Bob Oliver to the Minnesota Twins for 35-year-old reliever Ronnie Kline and selling C Jim Pagliaroni, who had offseason neck surgery, to the KC Athletics the next day. Kline won 12 games and saved seven in a strong ‘68 campaign, then faded the next season and was sent to SF for Joe Gibbons. Oliver seasoned for awhile, then starting in 1969, ran off seven MLB seasons, five as a starter with KC and California, batting .256 lifetime with an OPS+ of 100 on the nose. Pags had two seasons and 120 games left in him, hitting .244 during his last hurrah in the AL.

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Washington has signed free agent quarterback Josh Johnson, John Keim of ESPN reports. The Alliance of American Football released Johnson from his contract Tuesday afternoon, AAF co-founder Bill Polian told SiriusXM NFL Radio. Johnson was the first pick of the San Diego Fleet last week, with the league set to begin play Feb. 9. Johnson [more]
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Frustrated with a long wait to apply for asylum, some migrants are trying to cross clandestinely

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Pato Banton & The Now Generation ~ Upcoming shows!

Dec 7th Yaad And Abroad Restaurant - Grand Opening
2363 California Ave, Corona, CA 92881
Phone: (951) 893-1166
Dec 8th BC Space - Laguna Beach, CA

Dec 15th Officiating Baggajo’s Wedding - San Jose, CA
Dec 23nd Yaad And Abroad - Corona, CA

Dec 27rd Private Party (full band) - San Diego, CA
Dec 29th Tiki Bar - Costa Mesa, CA

Dec 30th Antoinette’s 50th Birthday Party
Pints and Quarts @ Outlets at Lake Elsinore
17600 Collier Ave Suite 147A, 
Lake Elsinore, CA 92530

Dec 31 Private New Years Eve Party - Laguna Beach, CA

2019
Jan 10th Rafters - Mammoth Lakes, CA
Jan 24th Discovery Ventura - Ventura, CA
Jan 27th Jane Tipton’s Birthday Party (fundraiser) Lake Elsinore, CA

Jan 29th Urantia Society Of Greater New York
Gathering in Fort Lee, New Jersey

Feb 2nd UNITY EARTH Lift-Off!!!- New York City
United Palace - Washington Heights, New York

Feb 9th One Love Cali Roots Fest ~ The Queen Mary - Long Beach, CA

Feb 18th - 26th Aloha Hawaii Island Tour 2019

Mar 1st Casa Mannabliss - Delray Beach, FL
Mar 2nd Urantia Gathering - ABC Urantia Society, Delray Beach, FL
Mar 3rd Jamaikin Me Crazy - Cocoa Beach, FL

Mar 9th Whiskey Joe's - Tampa, Florida
Mar 10th Captain Hiram’s - Sebastian, FL

May 25 Kentucky Reggae Festival, KY

Sep 25th Victims of Violence Charity Show - San Diego, CA

Sep 29th - Oct 3rd Pato Banton’s Spiritual Family Cruise & Birthday Celebration From Long Beach, CA to Catalina Island & Encinada, Mexico

Nov 14th-21st U Day India

Nov 22nd Mum’s 75th Birthday Celebration - Birmingham UK

2020
February 1st-7th U Day Holy Land ~ Israel

September 1-21, Caravan of Unity Across America
San Franciso to New York

(More shows to be added soon!)

For Bookings Contact: Gwarn International Booking Agency
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          Tinder Date = Donated Kidney      Cache   Translate Page      
Is he the ultimate Cuck or not? " 22-year-old Cheyenne HanLee, from Santa Ana, CA, met Gavin on Tinder after he 'super-starred' her. Just over two years later, he has saved her life by donating his kidney to her. Cheyenne told Barcroft TV: "I never thought I would have found Gavin through this dating app, and now we are here and he's giving me his kidney - it's kind of crazy." Gavin added: "She had a nice smile and talked a lot, which made it easy." When Cheyenne and Gavin first started talking, Cheyenne was in denial over how sick she was. She explained: "When I first got Tinder, I didn't believe that I was sick because my illness is invisible. No one else, including myself, could see that I was sick but I could feel it. Cheyenne and Gavin had been together for seven months when she collapsed whilst out with friends during her first year of attending college in San Diego. Gavin then took her to the hospital to have her bloods taken. Cheyenne was told she was surviving on 2% kidney function, which was dangerously low. "Most people don't live to that point, I would have died in a few days if I didn't go to the hospital when I did," Cheyenne explained. Gavin added: "When I took her for the blood test, the doctor told us to come straight to the emergency room, that's when I found out how bad it was." Cheyenne didn't believe it when she was first diagnosed with kidney failure, despite having had the symptoms for years. She said: "I was healthy and young, I thought I was invincible." After being diagnosed, Cheyenne soon started dialysis, which meant for ten hours every night - up until her transplant - she had to hook herself up to her peritoneal dialysis machine to remove toxins from her body. The machine essentially acted as her kidneys. She said: "I was really depressed and didn't do anything every single day. Haemodialysis made me so exhausted, I wouldn't be able to function afterwards. "After I started peritoneal dialysis, I felt a little better and sought out a support group, learning about kidney disease has helped me a lot." Cheyenne was told she needed a transplant very soon, and that was when Gavin stepped in. He explained: "I already knew I wanted to get tested at that point, but I couldn't really do anything for a while because there's a process to get on the transplant list." Cheyenne added: "I was really sick; we didn't talk about the transplant - I just thought I was going to die." Once Cheyenne was more stable, Gavin went through the process of being tested and realised he was a match for Cheyenne. Cheyenne at first didn't want Gavin to donate but her condition wasn't getting any better and she had little luck with other potential donors. And so they agreed that Gavin would donate his kidney. Gavin said: "When people ask the question of why I'm doing this, I tell them it's not a question of why, but rather, how can I not? "I don't think I'm special, I think anybody in my position would do the same thing." Cheyenne disagrees: "I don't think so, I think he's special." On October 24th 2018, Cheyenne and Gavin travelled to the Sharp Memorial Hospital in San Diego for the kidney transplant, which was a success. "Regular 22-year-olds aren't supposed to suffer like she has - I'll do anything to make it a little better for her," Gavin said. After the successful transplant, Cheyenne told Barcroft: "I can't put into words how it feels to have Gavin's kidney. He literally saved my life." Although the transplant was a huge event in their relationship, Cheyenne and Gavin don't think it'll affect them as a couple. Gavin said: "Beforehand, if she had broken up with me, I'd still do it. If she breaks up with me after, that will still be fine. "It's not about the relationship - it's about giving her a good life and being healthy and happy." Cheyenne added: "I can't put into words how grateful I am to him. It's a big life change, I went from being tired doing laundry to how I am now - it's not normal, but it's as normal as I'll get. "I'm really happy, I haven't done dialysis in 21 days and I don't need to be on life support anymore, all because of him.""
          Argentine love ‘sorcerer’ pleads guilty in sex video extortion scheme      Cache   Translate Page      

An Argentine man accused of masterminding a global extortion scheme that preyed on people hoping to find love through magic spells pleaded guilty in San Diego federal court Monday.

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If a devastating new report from The New York Times is to be believed, the falconer’s falcon is but one of the innumerable creatures wiped off the planet just in the past 50 years.

As the world’s pre-eminent heads of state gather in Buenos Aires, Argentina, this weekend for the annual G-20 summit, the postwar order has never looked more fragile. War threatens to break out at any moment between Russia and Ukraine, Britain is staring into the abyss of a failed Brexit negotiation and the U.S. faces a rising tide of ethno-nationalism, reinforced in no small part by Donald Trump’s presidency. Compounding this larger crisis, new research indicates we have just 12 years to radically reduce carbon emissions or risk climate catastrophe.

The center is not holding, and if a devastating new report from The New York Times is to be believed, the falconer’s falcon is but one of the innumerable creatures wiped off the planet just in the past 50 years. As Jonathan Aronson argues in his new book, “Digital DNA: Disruption and the Challenges for Global Governance,” we are living through a period of profound social and economic upheaval—one that threatens the very foundations of our political system.

“Last week, Sears declared bankruptcy,” Aronson tells Robert Scheer in the latest installment of “Scheer Intelligence.” “Sears, in many ways, was the Amazon of another age. They were the ones who distributed everything; they changed everything. So what has happened is the world has changed; the economies have changed; the companies have changed; but as usual, the rules have lagged behind.”

A professor at the University of Southern California’s Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism, Aronson examines what he refers to as a “hollowing out” of the working class and our elected officials. While the former has seen its jobs shipped overseas, the latter has grown increasingly beholden to multinationals, many of which now underwrite their campaigns. This, in turn, Aronson says, “pushes people left, it pushes people right. And at the same time you have an economic dearth in the middle. … The people who were in the middle in politics are also gone.”

That the United States and the West at large have arrived at an inflection point seems undeniable. Rather than give in to pessimism, however, Aronson argues we must view this historical moment as one of tremendous possibility.

“If we don’t get our act together and improve things for everybody—including your workers, your middle class, your poor, and not just the 1 percent—we could really descend into chaos,” he says. “But there is an opportunity, if we can get things right, which can only be done through bringing diverse groups with different interests together, and sort of finding ways to build a coalition among them, not against them—that there is still some hope.”

Listen to Aronson’s interview with Scheer or read a transcript of their conversation below:

Robert Scheer:Hi, this is Robert Scheer with another edition of “Scheer Intelligence,” where the intelligence comes from my guests. In this case, it’s Jonathan Aronson, who has written a book with Peter Cowhey called “Digital DNA: Disruption and the Challenges for Global Governance.” The interesting idea of this book is–it’s a contradictory idea; on the one hand, clearly, digital communication, the digital age, the age of the internet, has changed everything. On the other hand, we have a set of problems that have been with us forever–problems of accountability, truth-telling, democracy, representation, bias. Our politics seem to be as much of an irrational mishmash as ever. And the public seems to be, well, more divided and more confused than ever. So what is the great wonder of the digital age?

Jonathan Aronson:It’s two things. You’re right; it’s contradictory. On the one hand, what has changed a great deal is the internet changes everything. Now, that’s both true and meaningless, because what it means is that you have to break it down and look piece-by-piece at what’s going on. In the case of this book, what we’re saying is communication, information technology, has forced the change of supply [chains] and business models of every kind of business. From agriculture to mining, from manufacturing to high-tech. All of those are changing, and all of those companies are scrambling to figure out how to continue to make money. This week, Sears declared bankruptcy. Sears, in many ways, was the Amazon of another age. They were the ones who distributed everything; they changed everything. So what has happened is the world has changed; the economies have changed; the companies have changed; but as usual, the rules have lagged behind.

RS:So let me ask you a question about this, because you’re a professor here at the University of Southern California Annenberg School in communications, but you also have a joint appointment in international relations. And when I look at this whole international situation, you know, at first we thought, as you say, the internet changes everything–we thought we’d get smarter, we’d have more information, our lives would be more meaningful. But there was a lurking fear that our work models may be broken, robotics may change everything. It seems to me the unexpected consequence of the internet is that capitalism, in a fundamental way, may be at risk. And an old concern of social well-being, of social welfare, is asserting itself: if people are going to lose their jobs, or the jobs are going to go abroad, or if some, a number of people are going to become billionaires and the others are going to have stagnant wages. You have a great fear that life as we know it no longer exists. And here we’re teaching at a university, where people are going to graduate; they have to go out and work, and they’re probably as set up for the internet world as any group of students; our school is very good at that. But on the other hand, the good-paying jobs may not be there. Their parents already know that; they’ve gone through a housing crisis, a recession. So let me ask you, in terms of your book–and I read it very carefully–I actually found it quite depressing. Not because of your writing or anything, but because of its vision of the world: that the brave new world of the internet might not sustain meaningful, productive, and stable life.

JA:We are in a period of dynamic change. I’m more optimistic about this. On the one hand, I see that the top-end students, people who are coming from here, people who know something about coding, people who are entrepreneurial, are probably going to do just fine. Even in an age of robots, I haven’t seen a student here in forty years who said, “I want to be on a manufacturing line.” We don’t produce students who will be displaced by robots. They may be involved with it. In addition, you have AI, artificial intelligence; you have 3-D printing, sometimes called advanced manufacturing. All of those are changing things, and it’s dynamically shifting very quickly. The other end of the scale, people who don’t have very much education at all–there are still going to be jobs there. The big problem is in the middle: what do we do with people who were making good money in steel factories, at automobile manufacturers, and those jobs are rapidly going away? Even in a place like a coal mine–President Trump is fond of saying “I’m going to bring back the coal mine.” Well, if that happens to be true, the miners are much more likely to be whizzing around–non-humans, robots of some sort that don’t get black lung disease, don’t unionize, and don’t demand pay. You’re never going to get the return of miners, and nobody much wants it.

RS:Well, let me tell you who wants it. When you’re a miner and you belong to the United Mine Workers union, or you’re an auto worker and you belong to the United Auto Workers, we had a mechanism for social justice in this society. We had a way of people getting decent wages, decent health care, decent opportunities, a prospect of sending their kids to the state university or somewhere else, where they would get ahead in life, and so forth. So we had the, for once, a modern economic component of equality, of opportunity, of a growing middle class. However, the internet has destroyed a model of sharing wealth. You see it with Amazon that doesn’t have unionized workers. You see it with the end of the journalism industry. We’re a school of communication and journalism; we now have more PR students than we have journalism students. So the business model of the internet begs for a new kind of socialism–or, on the right-wing side, a new kind of fascism.

JA:It’s a real serious problem. The book does not address employment directly, but what it acknowledges and what is embedded in it is that there is an extreme hollowing out in the middle. That the middle class are the ones who have not made the gains. It’s not just for themselves, because the coal miners may not have wanted to raise kids who were coal miners; they wanted to raise kids who could do well, and they’re losing that opportunity. So that’s where they are pushing it. At the same time, we have had the polarization and hollowing out of our elected officials. So it pushes people left, it pushes people right, and at the same time you have an economic dearth in the middle. You have–the people who were in the middle in politics are also gone.

RS:Well, but let’s take this disappearing middle class, or hollowing out of the middle class. Because the middle class was the great hope of democracy, economic democracy and stability. De Tocqueville, as a foreign observer, made a very important point: the saving grace of the American experiment was this ever-expanding middle class–of opportunity, of increasing skills, education, and so forth. If that has been hollowed out, what comes in its place? Maybe what comes in its place–and this is why I bring up Sanders and Trump–is either a regimented society, which rewards people who go along and march in lock-step, which is the neofascist model, and you keep your nose clean and OK, we’ll take care of you. Or a society which empowers people, aside from whether they have wealth or not, where you have meaningful elections without–with real campaign finance. Where you have guaranteed health care, so your job is not the ticket to your actual survival, right? Where you have guaranteed minimum wage, so people can live off their work. And it really seems to me a battle between a vision of fascism and a vision of social democracy.

JA:Or at least of authoritarianism. Doesn’t have to be a completely fascist state.

RS:Well, let me explain, because you’re a professor of international relations, I just want to defend the fascist label. Because the key to fascism really is an alliance between corporations, and a chauvinistic, jingoistic political message. And what I fear, and the reason I use the fascist element, it seems to me that one way you get stability is through this law-and-order, jingoistic, chauvinistic model. The other is by empowering–through unions, or through public education, or social services, or guaranteed health care–you empower, as maybe the Swedish model, the ordinary person to have a decent life, with or without wealth.

JA:Democratic socialism is the term that is sometimes being used. The problem is quite simple, which is those on that side, at this stage, are still losing, and losing consistently. So you take Sweden, for example; a right-wing party came in third, and has increasing power in Sweden in the election that happened last month. What you’re seeing over and over again is that those forces may win small pieces–individual elections–but they’re not winning the big elections. And the people who are afraid of immigrants, on the one hand, losing their own prosperity, are in the ascendant right now. I asked my students today what was the difference between strategy and tactics, and nobody knew. That catches us into the political side of this, because we have a president who doesn’t understand strategy, but who is a master tactician. He has a tactic, which he applies over and over and over again. And it works often enough that it attracts a stable base of supporters. But there’s no perception of where he wants to go with that.

RS:Tell us about the tactic.

JA:The tactic is pretty simple. And pretty well understood. One, President Trump believes that anything that he didn’t do, was wrong. So NAFTA was terrible, but the NAFTA revision, which was really an update, and quite incremental, was wonderful. Anything Obama did was terrible, by definition. Often anything a fellow republican did. So if it wasn’t his idea, it was a terrible thing. That’s part one. Part two, we all know he’s transactional. So that he is dealing in the moment, he is trying to think in terms of a zero-sum game; he plays what game theorists would call “chicken.” So he goes full-throttle ahead and hopes very much that the other side, being more rational than he, turns aside. Fourth, he is shameless. So it has been documented over and over and over again that he simply doesn’t tell the truth. He may not understand the difference between truth and lies, and he doesn’t care. And then fifth, he never apologizes.

RS:OK. So I got that, and I think that’s a pretty accurate description. But let me throw in another element, because this is true of any demagogue, effective demagogue. There has to be something they’re feeding on. There has to be angst, fear, a desperation–

JA:Anger.

RS:–anger, in the society. And we make a mistake if we minimize the significance of that. And I want to just throw in–and this does go to your book. And what we are seeing is a resurgence of a kind of nationalism, a jingoism. And Trump personifies that, but we’re seeing that in other countries. It seems to me we underestimate the Trump strategy and appeal if we don’t recognize that there is a big problem. And the big problem is that globalization doesn’t deliver back to the citizens of the nation-state. It actually begs the question, why do you need a nation-state? OK? When I look out at our students, the first thing I see are these open computers–every one of which, by the way, has been made in communist China. You know, now, if [Laughs] 20 years ago, when I first arrived here, or 25 years ago, if somebody had told me that communist China would represent the most successful capitalist model in this new economy, I would have thought they were crazy. But the fact of the matter is, an authoritarian state–China, still run by a communist party–has developed a model of catering to consumerism, of using this new technology, and so forth. OK. The big question for China or the United States really is, do you distribute the wealth? Really, your book begs the question, in the internet age, what is the significance of the nation-state?

JA:Let me both agree and disagree with you. Agreeing that business models are now global, and not going to be turned around. If you look at why the NAFTA is at some level trying to chase something that’s already happened, if you look at an auto engine right now, we are worrying about whether it’s 70 percent American, what part of it, what do we do with Mexico, what do we do with Canada. And in fact, an auto engine, the average number of times it moves across one border or another in North America is eight. From the time they begin it to the time it is delivered to wherever it is. It is impossible to figure out, is this an American, Canadian, Mexican, or something else in terms of that. So the model is global, and that runs in stark contradiction to the nation-state. In that, you’re absolutely right. The book is trying to do something else. First, we are believers in patience. That the reason we think there’s going to be a need for some global agreements, is that the system will be much less efficient, it will be much less robust and productive, if you don’t get some principles and norms agreed among nations. Do we expect this in the next two years? No, we do not.

RS:Right. And the book is “Digital DNA: Disruption and Challenges for Global Governance.” I am talking to Jonathan Aronson, a professor at the University of Southern California in international relations and in communication. [omission for station break] And I want to pick up on the point you were just making about where cars are produced, and NAFTA. And I think you kind of minimized–dare I say it, I hope I don’t get fired over this–Trump’s achievement with NAFTA 2.0.

JA:Well, let me make a couple of quick notes. OK, first, I want to note for the audience that the book is written with Peter Cowhey, who is a professor at the University of California, San Diego. Two, the data on NAFTA is very mixed. What we know is that the extremes are wrong. It did not help people in any country as much as those who proclaimed that it would had promised. Two, it did not hurt people inordinately. The best data that has come out seems to suggest that what you got was–it’s marginally better overall; it caused some real job growth, but the jobs that were lost tended to be much more union jobs. So the unions were hurt, but not the overall employment, in terms of this.

RS:By the way, NAFTA 2.0, I don’t want to give Trump too much credit, there was a serious cave-in on pharmaceuticals, which undermines Canada’s example of being able to control the prices of pharmaceuticals. This was a surprisingly good improvement over NAFTA, coming as it did from Trump. The bottom line is that no one of significance speaks for ordinary people. That’s why they turn to outliers–a good one like Bernie Sanders, a bad one like Trump. The reality is–and I was at the Democratic [National] Convention, and this TPP for instance, the trade agreement, and NAFTA, were attacked by the union people there, and many of the delegates felt the party had betrayed them on this issue, OK. So the significance–and this is why I’m bringing it up in context to this globalization–is that the average person in this country, including many democrats, feels they’ve been betrayed by this shift in the economy. And I want to spend a little time on this view of the new tech world. Because, yes, there are people in Silicon Valley who make good wages. But the fact is that most of the jobs connected with those computers and everything else in the high-tech world are either done abroad, you know, where profits for Apple and others are basically earned, and from low-wage workers; or they’re created here. I mean, a company like Amazon is a national scandal. Think about it! I mean, here’s a company where people are running around warehouses, and they are low paid, have not had basic rights to organize, unions have been busted. So all of the progress–but the fact is, in all of these trade agreements, no one cared about the tenure for ordinary workers. They got screwed. OK? I know I’m bringing some anger to the thing–

JA:That’s good!

RS:–but I don’t want to lose the issue. And the reason I think we can’t lose it is we can’t understand this election. We can’t understand this dynamic in the world. And yes, you get a rise of the right-wing when you don’t have a rise of the progressive left. But the fact of the matter is, the status quo cannot hold if trade and financial decisions and deregulation are all made for the one percent. That’s the bottom line.

JA:I agree with that. My problem is, I don’t have a good answer of how to get from here to there, to where you’re talking about. And I don’t know anybody who really does. Should the taxes on the one percent be higher? Absolutely. Where should you go with this? How do you manage to do that? I don’t have a good answer. I don’t know very many people who even have the beginning of an answer. So what I try to do, in my modest but not too modest way, along with Professor Cowhey, is plot a path to help improve the overall situation, and hope to hell that people smarter than I am can figure out how to solve, or how to begin to solve, the kinds of problems you’re describing. How do you set the, reset the equilibrium so that you can begin to focus on issues like this? The one that’s gotten a lot more attention is climate; how do you reset this when we have people who deny science running the country? There is a climate problem right now. It should be obvious to pretty much everybody; it isn’t. There is an employment problem. How do you deal with it? It should be obvious that we have the problem, but then where do you go? I’m reasonably certain, in terms of the areas that I deal with; I’m not a labor economist.

RS:I think we can find common ground. And that’s why I wanted to talk to you about your book. I think the book is very powerful, very interesting, in that you grasp the significance of what the title of the book is, “Digital DNA: Disruption and Challenges for Global Governance.” It’s worth reading–let me just be on the record here–it’s worth reading this book to get the scope of the change. I agree that there’s disruption and challenges for global governance. What I’m trying to say is, your book is a launching pad–I’m trying to take you to the next stage. And so I would like to move this discussion to this area of what do we do. And I’m going to give you some answers that I think lie in our history, OK. And this is why I brought up these old-fashioned labels of social democracy–and I’m not the first one; we finally do have people in our political process now who call themselves social democrats and so forth. And that’s a very good rubric for people who say, government has to care about the least among us and about working people and ordinary people, and the wealth has to be shared, to a degree that we have stakeholders and people can live a good life–OK. There’s a program connected with that–meaningful public education that is free, and Bernie Sanders was not being a wild-eyed guy when he said you could go through college, and should. When I went to City College in New York, you know, it was a free university. So we had a model of meaningful, free education: the state universities, the land-grant colleges, here in California the community colleges; we dropped that. We went for elite education, we went for a meritocracy, and you know, what does industry want, and we’ll be a service, we’ll feed industry what it wants. OK. So, ah, raising the minimum wage to something significant goes a long way to giving people a sense of safety–OK, do what you want with the economy, do trade, make all the deals, but make sure that people working here can make a living wage so they can support their family, and they will not be responsible for their children’s education, and they will not be responsible for their health care. That in fact, this is a human right, OK? So we extend human rights, and we extend it in these trade agreements, and here’s my beef with your book. These trade agreements did not include environmental protections in any significant way; they certainly did not include labor protections; but most important, they didn’t contain guarantees of democratic decision-making. The problem with NAFTA, these courts–if you have a legal issue, you go into basically a private court controlled by the corporations, who then bring in their own lawyers, and the judges are their lawyers from their thing. And there was no–they didn’t even let people, in the latest trade agreements, they didn’t even let people in Congress share it with the media. They had to go into secret rooms to read these things. So what you really have lost is the most fundamental human right, which is the democratic right of individuals to know what’s going on and what’s supposedly being done in their name. Unfortunately, if you don’t have that, you end up with this fascistic model of–that it seems to me Donald Trump is pushing to–where you disenfranchise ordinary people, by appealing to jingoism, by scapegoating immigrants and others, by buying them off with trinkets like the Volkswagen. And you give them jobs working in a militarized economy, and that’s the alternative model. That’s the dilemma that this new DNA of technology has presented us with.

JA:Let me answer in three parts. First, what I absolutely agree with is that what we created was a launching platform. But it is a multi-use launching platform. By describing the way the world economy exists today, it gives and opportunity for people to–and nations, and corporations, and civil society–to negotiate on a number of issues, from climate to environment to trade agreements. Second, something that hasn’t been mentioned here, but it’s gotten really messy and more complicated. To throw in three specific issues that have complicated matters, but make this really hard: one, we have the cloud; your data may be floating around anywhere. It’s not national anymore; you have no idea where it is. Two, and better known, we have all of the cybersecurity issues that have been raised. Trade people never dealt with those; they haven’t a clue how to deal with those, though they are trying hard to deal with it. And third, privacy issues are increasingly on the front page, are extremely important, from Facebook to Amazon. But in terms of what should be private–what do you think of “the right to be forgotten,” a European phrase? So those three things aren’t there. And finally, we haven’t talked about the way we suggest organizing the movement forward. And we are very strongly in favor of what are called multi-stakeholder organizations. We do not think that in this complicated, messy world, it is any longer possible for you to have states, to state, a big international institution, maybe a bank or two, do the negotiations. If civil society, if unions, if interested groups are not at the table, you’re not going to create the kinds of agreements that are going to hold going forward. So that in your sense of seeking a more democratic and transparent perspective, we’re all in.

RS:We’re in a total agreement on this. I think the–what we’re seeing with Trump is the center is not holding. The agreements don’t hold, whether it’s Iran or whether it’s NAFTA, or whatever. You can make agreements; if the public feels disenfranchised and left out and not attended to, these things are not going to hold. You’re going to have disruption, you’re going to have chaos; Donald Trump is a chaotic president. So we’re in agreement on that. Now, I want to end by taking the three points that you raised: the cloud–that it’s not national, it’s multinational–cybersecurity, and privacy. They’re all three interrelated, and the significance of the cloud not being national is, they’re basically talking about the collection of data worldwide, the commingling of data, the mining of data. And the reality is that you can think you’re giving your data over to a democratic society in England or the United States, but that data is circulating in Egypt, it’s circulating in Brazil, anywhere else–China, Russia, and so forth. And one of the ironies here is that Jeff Bezos, who now owns, personally owns the Washington Post–their main money that Amazon has made is not by selling you books or selling you articles of clothing–

JA:TWS, the cloud.

RS:Yes. The cloud. Amazon is, this money is coming–and they are a defense contractor. They are building the cloud for our intelligence agencies, right? They’re getting all the data that NSA has, CIA; they get to mine it, they get to work with it. So they are defense contractors. The contradiction for the people doing the cloud are the same as that go into cybersecurity, and the same that go into privacy. And this is the fundamental point I wanted to bring up with you: is nationalism dead? Because–and this is where Google and Apple and Facebook are all in trouble–you can cater to the CIA or the NSA or your own government’s congress, or what have you. But how are you going to enter the Chinese market, the Indian market? How are you going to be in Europe, the European Union and so forth? And it goes to the privacy question; you’re absolutely right, the European Union has pushed back on this invasion of privacy. But the dirty secret of the internet is that without invading privacy, you don’t have a profit model. For most of these companies. Their money-making model is by destroying your privacy. It is also opening up to cybersecurity questions, and it also has to do with the cloud; these three are joined. And they’re basically, the dirty secret of the new internet world is your private data, your most sacred, who you are, the definition of who you are, the thing that can be used to imprison you, to con you, to betray you–that is the stuff that is the source of profit, exploiting that. So I’m going to give you the last word on this: is this the brave new world that you’ve described in your book?

JA:I think very much that we are at an inflection point. If we don’t get our act together and improve things for everybody–including your workers, your middle class, your poor, and not just the one percent–we could really descend into chaos. But there is an opportunity, if we can get things right, which can only be done through bringing diverse groups with different interests together, and sort of finding ways to build a coalition among them, not against them–that there is still some hope. So I have spent a career trying to be an optimist. Sometimes it’s hard, but I prefer that way than to, trying to duck things that are falling from the sky.

RS:The book is “Digital DNA: Disruption and Challenges for Global Governance,” Oxford University Press. Came out last year. And I’ve been talking to Jonathan Aronson, who is a professor at the Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism, as well as a professor in this school of international studies, here at USC. And we are grateful that they made this studio available. Our engineers at KCRW are Kat Yore and Mario Diaz. Our producers are Joshua Scheer and Isabel Carreon. And we’ll see you next week with another edition of Scheer Intelligence.

 


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Blame for the Panthers’ four-game losing streak has begun to be distributed, as Carolina has fired defensive line coach Brady Hoke and cornerbacks coach Jeff Imamura, according to Tom Pelissero of NFL.com (Twitter link). A report on Sunday indicated new Panthers owner David Tepper is considering major changes to the club’s decision-making structure, and while letting go of positional coaches certainly isn’t the same as firing head coach Ron Rivera or general manager Marty Hurney, it’s a start. A month ago, Carolina stood at 6-2 and looked poised to secure an NFC Wild Card spot, or possibly chase down the Saints in the NFC South. Now, after losing to Buccaneers on Sunday, the Panthers have just a 16% chance of making the playoffs, per FiveThirtyEight.com. Hoke, a former collegiate coach at Michigan, San Diego State and Ball State, joined the Panthers earlier this year after former Carolina defensive line coach Eric Washington was promoted to defensive coordinator. While the Panthers have fielded an excellent
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December 4, 2018


The U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs is pleased to announce Team Yamakapi, from the Zoohackathon in San Diego, California as the 2018 Zoohackathon global winner. The runners-up were Team CheeTrack, from Entebbe, Uganda and Team Zoocchini, from New Delhi, India.

Zoohackathon supports U.S. efforts to reduce wildlife trafficking, raises public awareness among new and diverse audiences, and empowers participants to become part of the solution. During this year’s Zoohackathon, over 275 university students, software professionals, and wildlife enthusiasts created unique technological solutions to combat wildlife trafficking. Events took place in Kuala Lumpur, Madrid, Mumbai, New Delhi, Entebbe, and San Diego.

Team Yamakapi, participants of Zoohackathon San Diego, developed “Conscious Consumer,” a Google Chrome browser extension that educates online shoppers about product sustainability through sensitive key terms related to conservation. Consumers receive a notification alerting them if a product they are attempting to buy contains certain key terms, illegal wildlife parts, or is unsustainable. The browser extension aims to help change consumer purchasing behavior, reduce demand for illegal wildlife products, and prevent the extinction of wildlife species.

Team CheeTrack, from Zoohackathon Entebbe, created an online solution that identifies and tracks cheetahs in captivity using artificial intelligence and machine learning. Team Zoocchini, from Zoohackathon New Delhi, developed “Claw Net,” a web tool and interactive platform that identifies web searches through “code words” commonly used to refer to illegal wildlife items. ClawNet also contains a map of trade routes for law enforcement, illustrating which buyers and sellers respond to the identified web searches.

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1 - NASHVILLE: Wow. We're down here in Music City USA with 60 SportsCage listeners on the Vision Travel/SportsCage Ultimate Sports Trip VIII and it .. has .. been .. AMAZING!! Of all our sports tours over the years (Phoenix, Dallas, Tampa, Miami, LA, San Diego, Anaheim), this one is right at the top. We've got diehard members of the Chain Gang from Regina, Saskatoon, Assiniboia, Odessa, Goodeve, Plenty, Fort Qu'Appelle, Kipling, Wynyard, P.A. and many more Saskatchewan locales. And it's far from over!

2 - TENNESSEE: This isn't the first time I've been here, but it has definitely been the best. A few things have struck me in the past week: 1) All the men look like either Tim McGraw, or Hacksaw Jim Duggan. 2) I still feel that if you're not a cowboy, you shouldn't wear a cowboy hat. 3) They know their football here. They know the /=S=/ logo and they know all about Tennessee football names Corey Chamblin and Kent Austin. They've asked about them. That's staggering to me. 4) The only disappointing thing is they don't really promote the country greats anymore. Now it's all about Jason Aldean, Florida Georgia Line and Dierks Bentley. No wonder George Strait wrote a song called, "Kicked Out Of Country". It's disturbing.

3 - #SMASHVILLE: Heaven only knows why 20 years ago they thought the NHL would work in this football-mad state but it has, in spades. The city is filling up with Predators alumni because once the players retire, they don't want to leave. What's the biggest reason hockey is working in Tennessee? THE PREDATORS ARE WINNING! That's something the Arizona Coyotes and Florida Panthers haven't figured out yet, while the Lightning, Stars and Ducks have. Maybe it's not fair that sports fans will only support a winner these days, but that's the way it is.

4 - PRO WRESTLERS AND FOOTBALL: WWF legend Jeff Jarrett will raise the 12th man flag at Thursday's Tennessee Titans-Jacksonville Jaguars NFL game at Nissan Stadium in Nashville. This on the heels of wrestling legends Ric Flair and Brett "The Hitman" Hart rallying the CFL's Hamilton Tiger-Cats and Calgary Stampeders, respectively, last month. Where did this fad come from? I DON'T KNOW BUT I LOVE IT! And the Saskatchewan Roughriders have their own wrestling connection with global superstar Brock Lesnar making his home in Maryfield, SK. Here's hoping we see The Universal Champion at Mosaic Stadium next season!

5 - SPORTSCAGE LIVE: As has become the custom, we'll be doing 620 CKRM's SportsCage live from the Ultimate Sports Trip. This week we are broadcasting live from Losers Bar & Grill at 4:00 pm CT. Tuesday's guests were Predators alum Dan Keczmer and Jim McKenzie. Wednesday's guests are Predators broadcaster Terry Crisp and Country Thunder boss Troy Volhoffer. Tuesday's show included a cameo by the New Orleans Saints cheerleaders. You can't plan this stuff. Check out my Instagram.

6 - ONE QUESTION: Usually on this trip I collect at least 10 questions about the Roughriders from the Chain Gang and try to answer them on the show. However this year, there's only one question: Who's going to be the QB in Saskatchewan in 2019? The listeners seem shocked that I don't know, but that's the truth. Do you think the Roughriders actually know as we sit here in the first week of December? That's why I set up the following ...

7 - THE TIERS: We came up with these rankings of CFL QBs on Friday's SportsCage and it got a lot of play. Remember that my rankings are NOT based on talent and availability, but rather age, resume and health coming out of the 2018 CFL season. Here they are: 1) Bo Levi Mitchell, Mike Reilly 2) Trevor Harris, Matt Nichols, Jeremiah Masoli, Kevin Glenn, Travis Lulay, Jonathon Jennings 3) Brandon Bridge, James Franklin, Zach Collaros, Antonio Pipkin, Chris Streveler, Johnny Manziel. Please discuss.

8 - NHL IN SEATTLE: From what we hear of the NHL adopting Seattle as its 32nd team this week, it's a very heartwarming story. It seems the NHL has wanted Seattle at least as long - or longer - than Seattle actually wanted to be in the NHL. So ... what took so long? I can't see any negatives. There's a geographic rivalry with Vancouver, it's a beautiful, booming city and they know hockey there (i.e. NOT the sunbelt). My only fear - as a junior hockey guy - is what's going to happen to the WHL's Thunderbirds and Silvertips? Is there room for them all in that town?

9 - GO PATS GO: Pats fans were literally crying to see stars Jake Leschyshyn and Nick Henry dealt to Lethbridge last week, but they know this is how it goes. Plus Regina got an avalanche of players and picks in exchange so it's actually a win/win. And, Jake and Nick get to compete for a WHL title AGAIN. Don't cry for them. Some fans fear we won't see another team like the 2016-17 Pats in our lifetime but I disagree. With John Paddock in charge, the Queen City Kids are in great hands. We are so lucky to have him.

10 - RANDOM THOUGHTS: I'm serious. I can't believe how many guys look like Hillbilly Jim here in Tennessee. ... Thanks to Sportsnet for including a shotclock on their NHL telecasts. It's a huge bonus. ... We are a little over a week into the CFL off-season but it feels like it's been months since we saw the Riders play. ... The Saskatchewan Rush host the Calgary Roughnecks on Saturday night at 7:30 in a preseason, Christmas clash. The last time they met in this scenario, they cleared the benches and brawled all night. What spirit! ... We awoke to snow on cars and rooftops in Nashville overnight. They get the white stuff here, but it doesn't usually dip below 0 C. ... This has been a great trip. Thanks Vision Travel!

Y'er welcome,
RP
@rodpedersen

          Ladies and Gentlemen, the Remarkable Regrettes Are Coming for You, Too (premiere)      Cache   Translate Page      


Stepping into the Marquis Theater in Denver on Nov. 27 was like taking a trip in the wayback machine. While the entertaining opening acts fell short of raising the dead from the glam and grunge rock eras, the Regrettes ensured that girl-group power-pop punk is alive and well. Hearts are pounding and blood is boiling as this fresh-faced mod squad's spirited romp shakes frenzied fans back to the future.

The remarkable Regrettes, a Los Angeles-based quartet founded in 2015 and fronted by lead vocalist-primary songwriter Lydia Night, had an adoring crowd in the palms of their hands even before they struck a power chord. Squeals and shrieks of delight rang out as the group members checked their instruments before returning briefly backstage.

The Regrettes' Genessa Gariano (left) and Lydia Night perform at the Marquis Theater in Denver on Nov. 27. Photo by Michael Bialas

So just imagine how Night and Co. — dazzling lead guitarist Genessa Gariano, and recent additions Drew Thomsen (drums) and touring bassist Brooke Dickson — were treated when they officially hit the stage for their first show on the 15-city Advanced Placement Tour that also includes Micky James and Welles.

It has been ages since I graduated from high school, but it's hard to believe that Night is only 18 yet has been making music for more than half her life. A commanding, charismatic, and confident onstage presence after stops at major festivals such as Coachella, Lollapalooza, and Bonnaroo, she writes clever lyrics, sings passionately, moves playfully and leads effectively while keeping everybody else on their toes. Coming from someone who had trouble finding his way to class as a high school senior, that's delivered with a sense of shock and awe.

In true, rapid-fire punk fashion, the three young women on guitars backed by a 21-year-old male drummer reeled off 11 songs plus an encore in 45 minutes. The Regrettes built the rambunctious set in and around eight tight yet power-packed tracks off 2017's Feel Your Feelings Fool!, their full-length album debut for Warner Bros. Records that was produced by Mike Elizondo (Tegan and Sara, Twenty One Pilots).

Lydia Night leads the Regrettes through a fast and ferocious run in Denver. Photo by Michael Bialas

Night's songs are laced with girl empowerment themes, but the guys (at least the ones who who aren't the targets of her biting lyrics) are invited to join in on the fun. "Picture Perfect" (with chants of "Oooh, baby, baby, ba-ba-ba-baby"), "Hot", and "You Won't Do", provided plenty of ammunition from the album, along with latest single "Poor Boy".

The standalone track was released on 16 November and served as a show of support for victims of sexual abuse and rape as much as an anti-Brett Kavanaugh anthem over issues unveiled before he became a Supreme Court justice.

"We're releasing this song because we are done with letting abusers walk free," the Regrettes wrote to accompany the official lyric video (created by Gariano, a 21-year-old illustrator with at least one album cover in her portfolio) on YouTube. They also are asking fans to donate to RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network), an organization advocating for the rights of anyone affected by sexual violence.

The Regrettes - Poor Boy [Official Lyric Video] youtu.be

Deliberately delivering a fierce message — Poor boy, what ya gonna do? / These girls are comin for you — the song is punctuated by Gariano's headbanging riffs, and received an enthusiastic response from the enraptured Denver audience.

The music said it all, and Night, a vision of carefree youth with ponytailed purple hair in perpetual motion, tiny hearts under each eye and a Wango Tango 2000 *NSYNC T-shirt, kept her in-between-song banter to a minimum early on.

Still successfully increasing the intensity level by performing "Hey Now", their quivering signature track from Feel Your Feelings Fool!, Night took a brief moment to point out this was Dickson's first Regrettes show. Then she made sure everyone in the crowd knew how to give a certain hand gesture while setting up their next-to-last song before the encore.

"Beautiful, OK, OK. Put 'em away," Night said. "So [do it] during the chorus of the song. And I want that to be a really meaningful middle finger, OK? Not at us, I hope. I need you to picture someone that just really fucking grinds your gears. You know what I'm saying? And just give them one of those. Or two of those!"

With that, the Regrettes strolled into "Seashore", the singer addressing the high-and-mighty judgmental cases in the world who are "talkin' to me like a child". The song revs up just in time for Night to tell it like it is: "I'm like nobody else, so you can just go fuck yourself / I do a lot of stupid stuff but don't act like you're so tough."

If that smells like teen spirit, take a big whiff, whether you're a middle-ager, senior citizen or hail from Gen X, Y, and Z.

The content and construct of their songs aren't a one-dimensional attempt by male-bashing man-eaters to search and destroy, though. Even with movie star looks (think Jennifer Lawrence, 10 years ago), Night can laugh at herself through the pain, too.

She does exactly that in "Ladylike/WHATTA Bitch" ("It's about me being a bitch," she informs onstage) and "A Living Human Girl," dealing with a list of every teen's insecurities — pimples, greasy hair and prickly legs among them.

The Regrettes "California Friends" [Official Music Video] youtu.be

"California Friends", one of the Regrettes' most recent songs that opened the show and got the crowd bouncing so gleefully that the floor seemed ready to cave in, revels in a bundle of boundless energy and incredibly infectious hooks (with bandmates sounding like a cheerleading chorus line) to detail the doubts that go with falling in love, getting groovy at the movies and listening to Madonna.

Back in the day, the Material Girl might have been a major role model for Night (she covered the Madonna song that was captured on video), yet among the artists and genres the Regrettes currently like (as listed on their Facebook page) are the Ronettes, Kate Nash, Joan Jett and 1950s doo-wop.

Night also has mentioned the Crystals and the Ramones as major influences, but also allow their crossbreeding tendencies to include the best qualities of the Pretenders' Chrissie "Don't Fuck With Me" Hynde, X's Exene Cervenka, the Waitresses' flirty Patty Donahue, Yeah Yeah Yeahs' Karen O, Hole's Courtney Love, Garbage's Shirley Manson and Blondie's Debbie Harry, all of whom I have seen and admired.

On the Regrettes' 2108 EP Attention Seeker, a cover of Dion and the Belmonts' "A Teenager in Love" is among the five songs, so mouth-watering anticipation awaits as they prepare to deliver their next album in the spring.

Night's ability to take what's tried and true and mash it up into something new should attract more attention and thrill-seeking legions as her band continues to click through this cross-country tour that winds up in San Diego on 16 December.

In Denver, she even encouraged the crowd to form a "kind and loving mosh pit" before "You Won't Do", the last song before the "Hot" encore. "I think it's really important on this last song, we really give it our body and soul," she said.

To borrow from a popular phrase, if the Regrettes get them by the souls, their bodies, hearts and minds will surely follow.

See more photos from the Advanced Placement Tour.


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          Randy and Lyle in the Corn Field in 1945 -- Post 543 of (Not So) Wordless Wednesday      Cache   Translate Page      
Recently, I discovered an envelope of small photographs saved when my mother died in 2002 - it was hiding in plain sight in the Genea-Cave! 

Included in the photo cache was this oldie-but-goodie - Randy and grandfather Lyle Carringer in the corn field having fun in 1945:


I'm not sure this is a corn field, but I know that Lyle and his parents grew everything on their lots on the 30th Street block in San Diego, so it wouldn't surprise me if it was a corn field.  My guess is that the field was on the south side of the houses at 2115 30th and 2114 Fern Streets.  I think that this photo was taken in 1945 because I'm walking and would be two years old in October 1945.

I look very busy here in my short pants and holding my doll, and my grandfather was very attentive.  He was a wonderful person in my life, and I loved him very much.  In 1944-5, my father was in the U.S. Navy during World War II, so Lyle was the substitute father in my life.  My mother was working, and my grandparents took care of me during this time.  

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cover imageFirst published in 1918, this is the first English translation, and one of the few Central American novels available in English. Set in and around San José during the first years of the twentieth century, when the influence of the United States-economic, political, military, and cultural-was intensifying rapidly, "Redemptions" tells the story of the seduction and betrayal of a young Costa Rican woman (and symbolically of her country and region) by a North American entrepreneur. In the same genre as novels and essays by Uruguayan José Enrique Rodó and Mexican José Vasconcellos, "Redemptions" is a work of cultural nationalism which urges Costa Ricans to value their autonomy, to resist the encroachment of outside forces led by the ubiquitous, for the region, "Uncle Sam," and to recognize and solve their own problems. Originally published in 1985, it appears now in a second printing trade paperback from the original publisher San Diego State University Press with the original translation and introduction by E. Bradford Burns, and a new afterword by the Costa Rican contemporary novelist and literature professor Daniel Quirós.
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Amina Akhtar, una mujer en Texas, Estados Unidos, le puso a su perro un chaleco con espinas que funge como protector contra ataques de coyotes.

Ella compartió la imagen en la red y no tardó para que la fotografía se hiciera viral y hasta se convirtiera en un meme, informa Yahoo News.

“Hay un coyote afuera. Ya sabes lo que eso significa: tiempo de chaleco coyote”, escribió Akhtar en su publicación.

El chaleco fue creado por Paul y Pamela Mott, de San Diego, quienes al perder a su mascota por un ataque de coyote, crearon este artefacto para prevenir otras tragedias similares. Lo que hace es ahuyentar al animal, pero no herir al coyote de ninguna manera, ni al perro que la trae puesto tampoco.

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"Don is a real improviser and a very complete player—sound, ideas, time. He possesses very cohesive intuition." … Don was a powerful player and one of the few trumpeters to have some of Roy Eldridge's heat."
- Lee Konitz, alto saxophone


Where I grew up, everyone’s last name ended in a vowel, or so it seemed for a very long time.


Names like “Ranucci,” “DiStefano,” and “Capaldi” - it was all so mellifluous to listen to the teachers call the attendance roll each day in the classroom.


“DeSantis” was the name above the entrance to the bakery, “DiPippo” owned the store where you went to buy musical instruments and took music lessons and “Ferrara and Ferrara” was really a law firm.


The son of one of the Ferrara attorneys was my best buddy through most of grade school and as a result of this boyhood friendship, I’ve always had a fondness for the last name of “Ferrara.”


And my fondness for that family name didn’t diminish once I heard the brilliant trumpet playing of Don Ferrara on recordings by the Gerry Mulligan Sextet and then later on LPs with alto saxophonist Lee Konitz and Gerry’s Concert Jazz Band.


Don Ferrara’s beautiful sound on trumpet always brought to mind another of my favorite trumpet players who shares the same first name - Don Fagerquist [and the same initials!]. And what I wrote about Don Fagerquist in this excerpt from a previous blog posting also applies equally as well to Don Ferrara.


“One of the musicians on the Left Coast who always knocked me out was trumpeter Don Fagerquist.


He had one of the most beautiful sounds that I ever heard on trumpet; plus, he was one heckuva swinger, which always caught me by surprise. Here’s this lyrical, pretty tone, and the next thing you know the guy is poppin’ one terrific Jazz phrase after another.


The trumpet seemed to find him. His was one of the purest tones you will ever hear on the horn. In Don Fagerquist, the instrument found one of its clearest forms of expression.


Don never seemed to get outside of himself. He found big bands and combos to work in that both complimented and complemented the way he approached playing the trumpet.


His tone was what musicians referred to as “legit” [short for legitimate = the sound of an instrument often associated with its form in Classical music].


No squeezing notes through the horn, no half-valve fingering and no tricks or shortcuts. Even his erect posture in playing the instrument was textbook.


If you had a child who wished to play trumpet, Don would have been the perfect teacher for all facets of playing the instrument.


He was clear, he was clean and he was cool.


His sound had a presence to it that just snapped your head around when you heard it; it made you pay attention to it.


No shuckin’ or jiving’, just the majesty of the trumpeter’s clarion call . When the Angel Gabriel picked trumpet as his axe [Jazz talk for instrument], he must have had Don’s tone in mind.”
- the editorial staff at JazzProfiles

Regrettably, there is not much information about Don Ferrara in the Jazz Literature, a fact that has been somewhat remedied by the following interview that Don Ferrara gave to Gordon Jack and which first appeared in the June, 2000 edition of JazzJournal.  It also forms Chapter 11 is Gordon’s invaluable Fifties Jazz Talk: An Oral Retrospective.


Gordon very graciously gave his consent to allow JazzProfiles to repost his Don Ferrara interview as a blog feature. I have retained the footnote numbering in the body of the text and you can find these sources at the end of Gordon’s interview along with a video that will give you an opportunity to sample Don’s trumpet playing.


[Gordon also advised regarding the photo that appears at the beginning of this feature: “One piece of information regarding the Ferrara, Travis, Candoli picture in my book was that they were all on stage with Mulligan's CJB in Paris at the time -1960.”]


© -Gordon Jack/JazzJournal; used with permission; copyright protected; all rights reserved.


What is really surprising about Don Ferrara, who worked with major figures like Georgie Auld, Woody Herman, Lee Konitz, Gerry Mulligan, and Lennie Tristano, is that he is not mentioned in any of the standard jazz reference books. Tristano once said that Ferrara had ‘absolutely everything,' but in a long career, despite an earlier attempt by Leonard Feather, this is the first interview he has agreed to give. It took place in 1996, when he replied on cassette tape to my list of written questions.


“I was born on March 10, 1928, in Brooklyn, New York. I started playing the trumpet when I was ten years old, and I was the only professional musician in my family. The radio was filled with music every night, broadcasting from clubs and hotels all over the city, and I would listen to Louis Armstrong, Roy Eldridge, Lionel Hampton, Glenn Miller, Harry James, Tommy Dorsey, Duke, Basie, and Woody. I was hungry to hear as much as I could, and I was knocked out by how well the trumpeters played and how different they all sounded.


Jerry Wald had a good commercial band, and it was the first big band I played with for four months in 1945, but he was more of a businessman than a musician and he didn't make much contact with the guys. I left to join Georgie Auld, and along with Diz and Woody, he had one of the best big bands in the country. Al Porcino, who was a great lead trumpeter, was there along with Al Cohn and Serge Chaloff. Al Cohn wrote most of the book, which was very loose and musical, and Georgie was a friendly guy who would hang out with the band. He was a wonderful musician, not at all competitive, and I stayed with him until May 1946, when I was inducted into the Army. That is where I met Red Mitchell, because we were both in the same Army band, and Howie Mann was there too. Howie was a friend of mine from high school, and he was a good drummer who later worked with Elliot Lawrence.


I first met Warne Marsh at this time, and we spent a lot of time playing together and listening to records, which is when I found out about Lennie Tristano. As soon as I was discharged in April 1947,1 started studying with him, and right from the beginning he got me into chords, because I didn't know how any of that worked. It was thanks to Lennie that I was able to find my own direction, although I wasn't copying anyone's playing, so there wasn't anything to change. This was really when everything started for me, and I carried on studying with him for a total of fourteen years. 1947 was also the year I started teaching.


1950 was a very busy year for me because I was rehearsing with a band that Gene Roland put together for Charlie Parker. It was Al Porcino who recommended me to Gene, who was organizing an unusual big band with the idea of working and recording with Bird. A couple of weeks before rehearsals, Lee Konitz, Warne Marsh, and I went to hear him at a club out in Queens, and we all ended up on the bandstand with Miles and J.J., who were working with him that night. I really enjoyed it. I had never played in a band as big as Gene Roland's—eight trumpets, five trombones, eight saxes, and four rhythm—and it was unbelievable to hear Bird playing in an eight-man sax section. He was so strong and beautiful, playing lead the way he played everything else, and the feeling and looseness were just wonderful. One of the tunes was "Limehouse Blues," and even though he had thirteen brass in cup mutes behind him, his line and sound cut through everything. I did about two weeks' rehearsals, but I couldn't make the recording with Bird because, once again thanks to Al Porcino, I was called for a record date with Chubby Jackson.1 Howard McGhee was in the trumpet section with Al and me, along with J. J. Johnson and Kai Winding in the trombones and a very hip sax section of Charlie Kennedy, Georgie Auld, Zoot Sims, and Gerry Mulligan, with Tony Aless on piano and Don Lamond on drums. There was talk of Chubby taking the band out to a new club in Texas, but I didn't go because Red Mitchell had recommended me to Woody Herman, so I started working with the Third Herd in April 1950.


Our first job was a month at Bop City in New York, and we had some wonderful soloists like Milt Jackson and Bill Harris that I really enjoyed listening to. The trumpet section was very strong, and Bernie Glow played most of the lead, although the way the book was written, some of the tunes had the lead split three ways. Being a "Four Brothers" type band, the saxes had most of the solos, but once in a while the trumpets got a chance. On "Route 66" for instance, Woody asked me to write a chorus for the section to play in unison in harmon mutes, which was followed by a solo for Doug Mettome. I arranged for Jeff Morton to take Sonny Igoe's place on the band for three weeks when Sonny got married, and the rhythm section sounded wonderful. Woody was nice to work for and I stayed with the band for fifty weeks, but eventually I left and went back home to Brooklyn to study with Lennie again, and I think that Don Fagerquist took my place.2


Over the next few years I was teaching and studying as well as playing at lots of jam sessions around town. Then, in 1955, Lee Konitz asked me to join his group with Sal Mosca, Peter Ind, and either Dick Scott, Ed Levisen, or Shadow Wilson on drums. Billy Bauer sometimes worked with us, and the repertoire consisted of originals by Lee and me, pieces by Lennie, together with some of Bird's lines. It was a great band. I loved the way Lee, Peter, and Sal played, and we had a wonderful time for a couple of years, playing at clubs like Birdland, Cafe Bohemia, and the Half Note.


The first time we worked opposite Mulligan and Brookmeyer, Gerry said he was so knocked out with my playing that he called me to record with his sextet. I rehearsed with the group in the afternoon of September 26,1956, and after we took a break and went out for something to eat, we recorded the album later that night.3 That was the only time I played with the sextet, but a few days later Bill Crow called and said that Gerry wanted me to join the band. I didn't because I was still working with Lee, although I really liked the sextet. The writing was very good, the blend and intonation of the four horns was perfect, and everyone could really blow. The following year I recorded again with Gerry, only this time in a big band, and just about everyone had a short solo.4 That same year Lee and I were in the studio for Norman Granz, and on "Billie's Bounce" we played Bird's four choruses from memory, because most of the people studying with Lennie were memorizing solos by Lester, Bird, and Roy Eldridge.5


One of my students was a good friend of Mulligan's, and Gerry told him to get me to call because he wanted me to join the Concert Jazz Band, which he was organizing. After three months of auditions and rehearsals we played our first gig in January 1960 at Basin Street East. The club was filled every night, and I couldn't believe how many musicians were coming to hear us, as well as film and stage people who were friends of Judy Holliday. I had already met her at the rehearsals, and she was there at the band's first night, sitting next to Dora, my wife, and they were having as much fun listening as we were playing. I remember one night later on at the Village Vanguard, someone was whistling loudly after solos and at the end of every tune, generally having one hell of a time. When we came off the stand I asked Dora who was making all the noise, and she said it was Judy!


Nick Travis played all the lead, and he had good chops and excellent time. He was a fine consistent player with a relaxed feeling, but when we were in Europe he had a loose tooth on the top, right under the mouthpiece. He really had a problem for the last part of the tour, but it wasn't apparent to anyone, and as you can hear on the records, he sounds as full and consistent as always. Gerry already had Brookmeyer, but he wanted another strong soloist in the trombone section, so a couple of months before we left for Europe, Willie Dennis joined us, and he was perfect. I had first met Willie when he was with Elliot Lawrence in 1948, and he was a very good friend of mine. When he left Elliot's band, he moved to New York and started studying with Lennie, and his playing was just beautiful. He had very good chops and great time, with a soft texture to his sound, and despite what you may think, he was not slurring all the time but tonguing very lightly. He was very spontaneous, immediately reacting to what was happening. He was also a very good cook, and if you ate at his house, you ate well. Unfortunately Willie was killed in a car accident in Central Park; Dora and I went to his funeral, which had a closed casket. His wife, Morgana King, told us that on the night of the accident, it had been raining, and the road turned but the driver didn't. He hit a tree, sending Willie through the windscreen.


Gene Quill was a great character, and one of his features in the band was "18 Carrots for Rabbit," which was nearly all alto followed by a short solo from Gerry. One night after Gene finished and Gerry took over, the audience exploded because Gene had played so well. He took an extravagant bow, turned round to the band, giving us a real dirty look, and kissed himself on the shoulder. We just broke up and couldn't play anything, missing a whole bunch of phrases to be played behind Gerry's solo. At the end of the piece, Gerry asked us what had happened. We told him what Gene had been doing and Gerry, shaking his head, said, "I don't want to play after him anymore. Who the hell can play after him!" Which is when we all started laughing again. It was great having Zoot Sims on tour with us because he was so musical. He had great time and a sound that projected a wonderful feeling every time he played. On the subject of sounds, Gerry had the best of any baritone player, and he was extremely melodic. Bob Brookmeyer, too, had a superb sound and time, and they both played piano very well.


It was very easy working with Gerry. He was definite and consistent, so you knew exactly how he wanted his things played, and he always listened intently to the soloists, letting them know how much he dug their playing. We were all friends, and it was a happy band, in fact the best big band I ever played with. Gerry also had a good sense of humor. I remember one night he became angry with some of the audience for keeping time with the band by tapping on their glasses. He walked to the mike and told them he didn't like it and it was costing everyone in the room a lot of money to hear us. Those people got up to leave, and Gerry announced that it would be a good time to play "Walkin' Shoes."


I started working with Lennie at the Half Note in November 1962, and it was the best time I ever had playing. For about a year and a half we did three weeks there every two or three months, and Lennie was just unbelievable; his surprises were endless. I had been listening to him for years at lessons and jam sessions, but to be on a gig with him was something else, because he totally followed through on everything he told his students. He had great time and he was the most melodic player I ever heard. His chords and lines were extremely rich and intense, and I couldn't believe what a great sound he got out of those terrible nightclub pianos. Lennie would ask what tune I wanted to play and at what tempo. He would tap off, and we would just start improvising.


In 1964 Dora and I were busy with the first home that we had bought in New Jersey, and for the rest of the sixties I carried on teaching and making sessions. In 1972 we moved to Pasadena, California, which is where Warne Marsh introduced me to Gary Foster. I started teaching at Gary's studio and did some playing with Gary, Alan Broadbent, and Putter Smith, who are all excellent musicians.


Lennie Tristano was very important to me, as well as being one of my best friends, and I kept in touch with him until he died in 1978. Jeff Morton was a great drummer, and we played together as often as we could until his death in 1996. We have now moved to southern California, just north of San Diego, and because I teach by cassette, we can live anywhere in the country and still keep all my students.


No interview with Don Ferrara would be complete without discussing Roy Eldridge, who had an enormous influence on his playing, and his comments in a 1956 series of articles he wrote for Metronome magazine are particularly succinct: "Every note Roy played had meaning and life . . . his feelings pushed the valves down, not his fingers." In a recent telephone conversation Don told me, "Roy was the most important trumpeter for me. His time and sound were great. His line was always melodic, and the feeling was always very intense. He had the best chops of all the trumpeters, sounding loose and strong, and it didn't matter what tempo or in what range he played; it was all meaningful."


I concluded the interview by asking Don to list some of his favorite instrumentalists, singers, arrangers, and bands. His selections are as follows:
Trumpet—Roy Eldridge. Trombone—Bob Brookmeyer, Willie Dennis, and Bill Harris. Alto—Lee Konitz and Charlie Parker. Tenor—Lester Young, Warne Marsh, and Zoot Sims. Baritone—Gerry Mulligan and Lars Gullin. Clarinet—Artie Shaw and Lester Young. Vibes—Milt Jackson. Piano— Lennie Tristano, Sal Mosca, and Bud Powell. Guitar—Charlie Christian, Jim Hall, and Billy Bauer. Bass—Peter Ind and Red Mitchell. Drums—Jeff Morton, Max Roach, and Roy Haynes. Singers—Billie Holiday and Frank Sinatra. Arrangers—Ralph Burns, Neal Hefti, Gerry Mulligan, Bob Brookmeyer, and Bill Holman. Big Band—Gerry Mulligan and Woody Herman. Small Group—Lennie Tristano, Lee Konitz, and Dizzy Gillespie/Charlie Parker.


Don Ferrara's solo abilities are well represented on the albums he made with Mulligan's sextet and the CJB. In 2000 Peter Ind released previously unissued tapes of a 1957 Lee Konitz engagement at the Midway Lounge, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, containing four numbers featuring the trumpeter.6 A particularly good example of Don's work in a small group situation is the LP. he mentions in the interview, where he and Konitz play Parker's famous solo on "Billie's Bounce." The album allows him to stretch out and really develop his highly individual ideas, and it has the additional advantage of including two of his distinctive compositions, "Sunflower" based on "Yesterdays," and "Movin* Around" based on Tristano's "Pennies in Minor" It is a recording that is long overdue for reissue on CD.”


NOTES
1.  Chubby Jackson Big Band. Fantasy OJCCD-711-2.
2.  In Bill Clancy's book on Woody Herman, Chronicles of the Herds (Schirmer Books), a June 1950 photograph shows Don Ferrara playing with the band at the Capitol Theater in New York.
3.  Gerry Mulligan Sextet. Emarcy Jap 826993-2.
4.  Gerry Mulligan, Mullenium Columbia/Legacy CK 65678. In addition to some examples of Gene Krupa and Elliot Lawrence playing Mulligan charts from the late forties, this CD also features six titles recorded by a Mulligan big band in April 1957. It includes a restored Ferrara solo on "Thruway" that had been removed on the original L.P. The CD booklet has some excellent and previously unpublished photographs from the session.
5.  Lee Konitz, Very Cool. MGV 8209. May 1957. Talking about Ferrara on the sleevenote to Nat Hentoff, Konitz says, "Don is a real improviser and a very complete player—sound, ideas, time. He possesses very cohesive intuition." More recently he told me: "Don was a powerful player and one of the few trumpeters to have some of Roy Eldridge's heat."
6.  Peter Ind Presents Lee Konitz in Jazz from the Fifties. Wave CD 39. February 1957.


If you wish to spend a fun evening listening to recorded Jazz sometime, try playing back-to-back records by Bobby Hackett, Don Fagerquist and Don Ferrara see where that takes you.




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Estados UnidosJusto cuando escalaba el muro fronterizo entre México y Estados Unidos la hondureña Maryuri Serrano (19), quien era parte de la caravana migrante, comenzó con dolores de labor de parto.

"Siempre estuve segura de que mi bebé nacería en EEUU", dijo Serrano.

La joven quien viajaba con su esposo, Miguel Ortiz y su primer hijo de dos años, dio a luz a otro varón en un hospital en el estado de San Diego.

Este pequeño, a quien llamaron Michael y quien a penas tiene una semana de vida, es el primer bebé de la caravana nacido en EEUU, así lo informa Univisión en una entrevista que le realizó a la pareja de hondureños.

Además lea: Nace la primera niña en la caravana de migrantes que se dirige hacia EEUUA pesar del avanzado estado de embarazo de Serrano decidieron emprender juntos la travesía desde Honduras en busca del sueño americano.

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"Cuando logramos escalar el muro llegaron de inmediato los agentes de migración y nos querían obligar a regresar porque no creían que Maryuri tenía dolores", dijo Ortiz.

Los llevaron a un centro de detención en San Diego, pero al ver que la joven sí estaba a punto de dar a luz los trasladaron a un hospital para que recibiera la asistencia oportuna.

También: Desesperados migrantes saltan el muro en Tijuana y se entregan a la Patrulla FronterizaSin embargo, tres días después de que nació Michael los regresaron al centro de detención junto con el bebé.

"Aunque fue difícil valió la pena todo el sacrificio que hicimos porque mi pequeño está bien", comentó Serrano.

Actualmente la pareja de hondureños se encuentran alojados en la casa de una familia en San Diego quienes les han brindado un techo mientras consiguen dinero para viajar a Columbus, Ohio en donde tienen parientes.


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