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J/122 sailing St Maarten Heineken Regatta
The 2019 edition may be remembered as the “best ever” by the 110 teams and 1,500+ sailors; with simply amazing weather conditions all four days of the regatta from February 28th to March 3rd, Thursday to Sunday. All four days were marked by blazing sun, 10-20 kt tradewinds, 3-6 ft seas, and temperatures hovering in the low 80s.  Basically, postcard perfect, Chamber of Commerce sailing conditions.

Several J/Crews participated in this year’s event. The J/105s trounced their CSA 4 Racing class while the J/122s also pushed everyone hard in CSA 3 Racing class to collect more silverware for their trophy rooms! Following are the daily reports that outline the Serious Fun and hot racing action each day.
J/145 sailing off St Maarten in Caribbean
Day 1- Almost Perfect Sailing?
With near perfect conditions, the start of the regatta saw the fleet streaming out through the bridge in time for the race starts.  Boats set their sails as they headed towards the three separate start areas.  The wind, which had been fairly steady at 14 knots, piped up, sending some 20 knot gusts through the fleet, making for some white knuckle excitement amongst the crews.

In Marigot Bay, the ORC Performance fleet, along with the CSA classes 1, 2 and 3 had been set a windward-leeward course, which led to some extremely close competitive racing. A unique feature of the St. Maarten Heineken Regatta is that all classes finish at the Heineken mark, close to the famous lifting bridge into the lagoon and the Port de Plaisance Marina where the majority of the boats are moored.  By 3pm, the boats were lining up to get through the bridge, with the customary celebrations, dancing and fancy dress to entertain the crowds, many with a welcome cold Heineken in hand!

After recuperating from the RORC Caribbean 600 Race, the J/145 KATARA, skippered by Roger Gatewood from St Petersburg, FL, managed a solid performance on the opening day in the seven-boat CSA 2 Racing class.  His largely Tampa Bay crew pulled off a 3rd and 4th to be sitting in third place.

Similarly, Pam Baldwin’s J/122 LIQUID from Antigua started off somewhat emphatically with a bullet in their first race of the eight-boat CSA 3 Racing class.  That opening gambit was followed up by a 4th in race two to close the day sitting in third position on the podium sitting just one point from first place.

The largest class in the regatta was the fifteen-boat CSA 4 Racing class.  Having such a large group of boats that ranged from 30 to 44 feet on the starting line made for some interesting (and harrowing) moments.  Reveling in the conditions was the classic J/30 BLUE PETER/ CARIBBEAN ALLIANCE INSURANCE, skippered by the Antiguan duo of Tanner & Shari; their 2-2 for just 4 pts. However, their points total was matched by the Barbados team on the J/105 WHISTLER, skippered by Peter Lewis; technically leading their fleet with a 3-1 for 4 pts, too.

Perhaps the craziest scenario that one could imagine took place on Jordan Mindich’s J/105 SOLSTICE. After rounding the weather mark in 1st place boat-for-boat in the fleet, they set the spinnaker, started to plane down a few waves, then lost their steering. Consequently, after spinning out, broaching, and getting the spinnaker down, they discovered their steering cable broke.  A quick “fix” was to insert the aluminum emergency tiller in place at the top of the rudder shaft and keep racing!  Unfortunately, it is quite difficult to steer a J/105 with a 3 foot tiller on a poorly-balanced rudder in big seas and big breeze. SOLSTICE salvaged a 7th in the first race and, still sailing with the short tiller, could only manage an 8th in the second race when the winds were blowing into the low 20's.
J/122 El Ocaso sailing St Maarten Heineken Regatta
Day 2- Best’est Day Ever?
Amazing, best day ever, champagne sailing, and wow, just wow, what a day! Those were just some of the words that were used to describe Friday’s Round the Island Race.  For some it was serious sailing, and for others “Serious Fun”; but every sailor coming ashore after this epic race had a different story to tell, an unforgettable experience to recount, and a memory to savor forever.

The Round the Island Race is one of the highlights of the four-day event.  For many, this race offers the first time to see the whole island from the unique perspective of the sea.  For those who have sailed the regatta many times before, they know the excitement of a reaching start, the long beat up the channel between St. Maarten and Anguilla, and the challenges of the big Atlantic swell and choppy seas past Pelikan Rocks at the far eastern end of the island before the final 6.0nm leg to the Heineken finish line off Simpson Bay.

It’s a game of catch up, with the slowest boats starting first, while the super-fast Maxis and Ocean Racing class start last.  With at least 25 nautical miles ahead, not counting the extra distance required as boats zig-zag up the beat, for many boats it was going to be an exhilarating, action packed ride, while for others it was a chance to relax, enjoy the sights and top up the tan.

Peter Lewis and his crew on the J/105 WHISTLER won CSA Class 4. “We got the best start, sped off, and never saw the others in our fleet again,” said Lewis.  Nevertheless, Lewis was chased hard by the re-energized team on the J/105 SOLSTICE; Mindich’s crew produced a great performance, taking 2nd place for a J/105 sweep of the top two spots, finishing just 1 min 52 sec behind.

Meanwhile, the J/122s loved the Round Island Race, with Baldwin’s LIQUID taking third place to hang onto their 3rd position overall; they were a scant 4 sec back on corrected time from second place!  Their stablemate, the J/122 EL OCASO sailed by TEAM SLOVAKIA also sailed fast to take fourth place just 45 secs behind on corrected.

Gatewood’s gorgeous J/145 KATARA again won the race on elapsed in CSA 2 Racing class, but could only manage a 4th on corrected.  Despite soundly beating two XP44s and a First 47.7 by at least eight minutes elapsed, they could not correct out on handicap time over those boats optimized for the Caribbean circuit- all sailing with #3 jibs of 102% to 109% LPs.  Later, the KATARA crew would lament that not getting rated with their 135% #2 cost them the series, e.g. an easy win!
J/105 sailing Caribbean St Maarten Heineken Regatta
Day 3- More Gorgeous Weather- Hallelujah!
Saturday’s racing saw some exciting starts and closely fought first beats.  With a more easterly breeze, the fleet again enjoyed 10-20 kt winds and big seas all day.

The CSA 2, CSA 3 and CSA 4 fleets had two short races, setting off from Simpson Bay to beat up to a windward mark set just off Fort Willem.

In the CSA 2 Class, the “pecking order” was beginning to manifest itself and continue, coincidentally, for the last three races of the regatta.  Winning every race boat-for-boat by at least 9-10 minutes was Gatewood’s J/145 KATARA.  Having consigned themselves to on-the-water victory, the crew made the most of it and partied home to the Heineken finish line, collecting two more 4th places to end the day in 4th overall.

Loving the format for the two races and loving the conditions were the twin J/122s.  The first race was shorter and took an hour elapsed, while the second was at least twice as long and took around two hours to complete.  In the first race, the corrected time spread for the top four boats was a mere 54 secs. Taking third was Baldwin’s LIQUID with a time of 54:54, while just 2 secs back was TEAM SLOVAKIA’s EL CASO finishing with 54:56! In the second, much longer, race, Baldwin’s LIQUID team launched themselves into a big lead and never looked back, winning the race by nearly 2 minutes corrected time.  That result put them into third overall with just one race left.  TEAM SLOVAKIA EL OCASO missed third by just 6 secs; they could be seen later mumbling in their Heineken pints about how they had left at least 30 secs on the race track due to boathandling errors!

In CSA 4 Class, there was a significant reshuffling of the leaderboard after two boats sailed the wrong course, most notably the regatta leader, the J/105 WHISTLER.  Sailing “lights out” was Mindich’s J/105 SOLSTICE, winning both races to vault up the ladder to second overall.  Lewis’ WHISTLER was DSQ’d in the 5th race for rounding the wrong mark.
Heineken St Maarten Regatta show
Day 4- Thrilling, Sparkling Finale!
On Sunday, the competitors were again greeted with the unforgettable memory of sparkling azure blue seas, sandy white beaches and windswept ragged rocks.

For the final day’s racing, Race Director Paul Miller and his team devised a format that would create a wall of sails as the boats streamed downwind to the Heineken finish marks.  Using two different start areas, the slower boats set off first, with all the boats sailing to the same first windward mark, before heading different course lengths along the south coast and for the faster, classes, up the east coast of St. Maarten, then turning back past Pelikan Rocks on a long spinnaker leg to the finish.

“We set courses of differing lengths, which will get as many boats as possible spinnaker sailing together back towards the finish, creating an amazing and memorable visual image of boats heading back towards the airport and bridge,” said Paul Miller.

For many classes, this final race would prove crucial to the overall results.  For some, their results had already ensured a place on the podium.  With the 15-18 knot trade winds, nearly all the boats chose to close tack up the shore, with the shifting wind and choppy seas approaching the famous Pointe Blanche, providing plenty of opportunities to win or lose places.
Super yachts at J/Boats regatta
CSA 4 class was won by Lewis’ J/105 WHISTLER who took the bullet in the final race to win the class overall. The skipper on SOLSTICE, Jordan Mindich commented, “it was a fun race against Peter’s team on WHISTLER. We rounded the Heineken Gate in the lead, expecting to win the final race, but a few crew errors on our part, and one last huge surf down a wave right at the finish by WHISTLER gave them the win by just 2 sec corrected. Congratulations to them, it was a well-deserved win overall.”

At the prize giving, Lewis’ WHISTLER was presented with the “Most Worthy Performance Overall” Trophy by the Minister of Tourism- Stuart Johnson.  Needless to say, the WHISTLER crew was jubilant, as it was the first time ever to win the honor.

In a similar fashion, CSA 3 Racing class had a very tense final race for the top three leading boats. Baldwin’s J/122 LIQUID again stomped, crushing their class with an emphatic boat-for-boat win by 3 min 30 sec, believing they had won the final race as they savored their beers after the finish. However, that huge margin on elapsed time was not enough, as they later discovered they took second place by a mere 4 sec on corrected time.  A bit frustrated they were! However, to add to their thrilling, anxious finale, that meant they were tied on points at 10 each with Scarlet Oyster; but won the tie-breaker to take the silver!

Meanwhile, Gatewood’s J/145 KATARA again won their class by over 4 min elapsed and, yet again, settled for fourth place to take fourth for the regatta in CSA 2 Racing class.

The Heineken St. Maarten Regatta delivered on its promise of four days of serious sailing, with upwind legs dousing the crews hiking on the rails with warm water from the waves breaking over them.  Spectacular champagne sailing with roller coaster downwind legs, with a myriad of colorful spinnaker kites flying in the trade winds.

For the sailors, the adrenalin of achieving the perfect start, the tension of getting the tactics right, the physical challenges of racing to the max, and the relief and jubilation as the boat crossed the famous Heineken finish line were all part of the serious sailing experience.

And, as the crew celebrated their day on the water, there was the fun of the boats jostling to get through the lifting bridge, with music, on-board dancing, outrageous dressing up, with the cheers and dousing from water pistols aimed at the boats from the crowds observing the procession from the Sint Maarten Yacht Club.  In the lagoon’s marinas, the crews cracked open ice cold Heineken and relaxed in the sun, chatted over the day’s activities before getting ready for the final night of Serious Fun.

Crews, families and friends savored the tasty offerings from local restaurants in the regatta village, sharing the banter with old friends and new, before the Regatta Village turned, yet again, into the best festival venue ever, with the massive stage set up for an outstanding line up of artists playing serious funk, Caribbean jam, hip hop to reggae, and the final night’s legendary sets from Shermanology, Orange Grove and The Jacksons.

It’s the combined mass of all these elements that make the St. Maarten Heineken Regatta a unique event attracting more than 1,500 sailors from 22 countries.  The event has seen widespread praise, enthusiasm and overwhelming support for everyone involved, especially in the wake of recovery from the devastation incurred by Hurricane Irma.  The most frequently used phrases heard from sailors during the week included, “a great day sailing”, “it’s the best”, “awesome” and “we’ve had an amazing time”.  In other words, “Serious Fun”!   Sailing photo credits- SaltyColours/ Laurens Morel

Social Media links:
Facebook – www.facebook.com/StMaartenHeinekenRegatta
Twitter – www.twitter.com/sxmheineken
Instagram – www.instagram.com/stmaartenheinekenregatta
YouTube – www.youtube.com/heinekenregatta
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One of the difficulties in resisting the Trump administration, the Republican Congressional majority, and Republican state legislatures (plus the occasional non-Republican who obliges us to resist their nonsense, too, like we don't have enough to worry about) is keeping on top of the sheer number of horrors, indignities, and normalization of the aggressively abnormal that they unleash every single day.

So here is a daily thread for all of us to share all the things that are going on, thus crowdsourcing a daily compendium of the onslaught of conservative erosion of our rights and our very democracy.

Stay engaged. Stay vigilant. Resist.

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Earlier today by me: What the F#@k Is Even Happening and Nancy Pelosi: "I'm Not for Impeachment." and Bernie Sanders, Where Are Your Taxes?

Here are some more things in the news today...

Let's start out with some good news. Rebekah Entralgo at ThinkProgress: Democrats Introduce Latest Version of DREAM Act, Offering Protection to More Young Immigrants.
Eighteen years after the original Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors Act, or DREAM Act, was introduced, House Democrats formally unveiled their new-and-improved version Tuesday.

While previous iterations of the bill focused narrowly on providing a path to citizenship only for undocumented youth brought to the United States as children, the new version does this in addition to expanding it to include immigrants with Temporary Protected Status (TPS) and Deferred Enforced Departure (DED). With the inclusion of TPS and DED recipients, the DREAM Act has rebranded to the Dream and Promise Act of 2019, to reflect the government's longtime goal to make good on its promise of providing permanent solutions to legal immigrants who have been living at the whims of the federal government for decades.

Like the DREAM Acts that came before it, the Dream and Promise Act would grant undocumented immigrant youth — known as "Dreamers" — conditional permanent resident status for 10 years and cancel any removal proceedings so long as they: have been continuously physically present in the United States for four years preceding the date of the enactment of the bill, were 17 years or younger when they first arrived in United States, pass a background check, have a clean criminal record, and graduate from high school or an academic equivalent.

...The bones of the DREAM Act have largely remained the same since 2001, when the bill was first introduced in the House by former Rep. Luis Gutiérrez (D-IL) and in the Senate by Sens. Dick Durbin (D-IL) and Orrin Hatch (R-UT). What makes the Dream and Promise Act different, however, is that it for the first time includes protections for TPS and DED holders.

There's an unprecedented level of urgency with this version of the DREAM Act because the Trump administration has pulled the legal rug out from under thousands of immigrant families.
I know I'm the brokenest of broken records, but I'll say once more: Regardless of the chances of this legislation becoming law during the Trump administration, this is worth doing, because it's the right and necessary thing to do.

Donald Trump may reject this legislation, because of his vile nativist agenda, but that very agenda is what obligates the attempt.

Speaking of which...

Travis Gettys at Raw Story: Trump Administration 'Very Seriously' Considering Plan to Designate Some Mexicans as Terrorists. "The president told Breitbart News that his administration was 'very seriously' considering a policy change that would label Mexican drug cartels or some of their factions as Foreign Terrorist Organizations. 'We are, we are,' Trump told the website. 'We're thinking about doing it very seriously. In fact, we've been thinking about it for a long time.' The president appeared to admit the change was intended to gin up fear of Mexican immigrants to justify his proposed border wall and other controversial anti-immigration policies. 'It's psychological, but it's also economic,' Trump said. 'As terrorists — as terrorist organizations, the answer is yes. They are.' Trump then cited an inflated statistic to justify his fear-mongering about gang violence across the border."

Absolutely chilling.

Fabiola Sanchez and Scott Smith at the AP: U.S. Pulling Last Diplomats from Venezuela Amid Power Crisis.
The U.S. said late Monday that it is pulling its last remaining diplomats from Venezuela, saying their continued presence at the country's embassy in Caracas had become a "constraint" on U.S. policy as the Trump administration aggressively looks to oust socialist President Nicolas Maduro.

The announcement came from Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in a tweet shortly before midnight comes as Venezuela struggles to restore electricity following four days of blackouts around the country.

...Pompeo said the remaining diplomats would be out of Venezuela by the end of the week but gave no indication of future policy steps despite past warnings that "all options" — including the use of military force — are on the table for removing Maduro.
Fucking hell. Unless I'm somehow misreading this, it sounds like the Secretary of State is ordering the removal of diplomats because they are trying to stop the administration from taking extreme measures, including the possibility of military force, in pursuit of regime change. That blows my mind. The Trump Regime is truly out of fucking control.

To wit:


Meanwhile...

William Booth and Karla Adam at the Washington Post: Ahead of Crucial Brexit Vote, Key Lawmakers Won't Support Theresa May's Plan. "Prime Minister Theresa May presented a Brexit deal with some new add-on language to a skeptical Parliament for a landmark vote on Tuesday. But the British leader faced strong headwinds, as crucial blocs of lawmakers signaled they will not support her withdrawal agreement. Before May rose to speak, Britain's attorney general told lawmakers that May's hard-fought changes might not go far enough — an assessment that increased the odds that her Brexit deal will fail again and that the nation won't depart on schedule on March 29."


Nicholas Nehamas and Lily Dobrovolskaya at the Miami Herald: Wanted in Russia, He Partied at Mar-a-Lago — and Invested in Cheap South Florida Homes.
Last year, [Donald] Trump's private Mar-a-Lago club hosted a black-tie 'Safari Night' fundraiser for a favorite charity of one of his older sisters. The event included Chinese dancers, a silent art auction, and one unusual guest: Sergey Danilochkin, a Russian real estate investor who had settled in South Florida after authorities in his home country accused him of taking part in a massive tax fraud linked to the most contentious corruption case of the 21st century.

Party-goers had no idea they were rubbing shoulders with a wanted man. While the guests sipped cocktails and studied photos of African wildlife, Danilochkin, who is also an aspiring journalist, filmed the bustling ballroom on a smartphone and posted the footage on YouTube. Holding a flute of champagne and wearing a dark suit, the Russian émigré addressed the camera in his native tongue, alluding to the uncanny way Russians seem to turn up in the president’s orbit.

"The most interesting thing," Danilochkin said, "is that we met a lot of people here who speak Russian."
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[Content Note: White supremacy] Madeline Peltz at MediaMatters: Unearthed Audio Shows Tucker Carlson Using White Nationalist Rhetoric and Making Racist Remarks. I'm sure we're all shocked that a toxic chauvinist is also a white supremacist.

[CN: Abduction; sexual assault] Melanie Eversley at the Grio: Ohio Police Officer Indicted for Sexually Assaulting Women. "Andrew Mitchell, 55, a 31-year-veteran of the police force in Ohio's state capital, is charged with holding two women against their will and demanding sexual favors in exchange for their freedom, the Columbus Dispatch reported. Mitchell is charged with three counts of deprivation of rights while using his police authority — with two of those counts involving one woman — two counts of witness tampering, and one count each of obstruction of justice, as well as making false statements, the Dispatch reports."

Ryan Mac at BuzzFeed: Facebook Removed Elizabeth Warren's Ads Calling for Its Breakup; Then It Put Them Back Up. "Facebook briefly removed and then restored four ads on Monday from Sen. Elizabeth Warren, which advocated for the breaking up big technology companies, for violating its terms of service. On Monday, the social networking company confirmed that it had removed the ads, all of which featured a video with a thumbnail image incorporating Facebook's logo. 'We removed the ads because they violated our policies against use of our corporate logo,' a Facebook spokesperson said. 'In the interest of allowing robust debate, we are restoring the ads.'" Shady.

What have you been reading that we need to resist today?
          St. Patrick Day Parade      Cache   Translate Page      
March 16, 2019 thru March 16, 2019
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parade starts at Balbo and Columbus. The parade units will proceed north on Columbus Drive and the viewing stand will be located in front of Buckingham Fountain. Dyeing of the river scheduled for 10:45am

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Cerveja: Sol
Cervejeira: Cervecería Cuauhtémoc Moctezuma, Monterrey, México



Uma base de cerveja mexicana escrita em alemão. Nada de estranho num mundo onde cada vez mais as distâncias se esbatem. Mas será esta uma relação circunstancial entre a Sol e a Alemanha?

Na realidade, a Sol deve o seu nome a um cervejeiro alemão. Corria o ano de 1899 e o jovem mestre da Fábrica de Cerveza El Salto del Agua observava a preparação de uma sua nova criação quando o Astro-Rei se reflectiu de uma forma particular no tanque de brassagem trazendo consigo a inspiração para o nome da nova cerveja: El Sol. Se trata-se de uma lenda ou não, o que é certo é que a El Salto del Agua foi comprada pela Cervecería Moctezuma em 1912. A El Sol, passados 12 anos sobre a aquisição, deixou cair o artigo do nome, ficando a cerveja do mestre alemão conhecida, até hoje, simplesmente por Sol.

Desde então, a Sol não passou de uma cerveja com distribuição restrita à sua região de origem. As coisas iriam, no entanto, dar uma reviravolta. O mercado da cerveja no México concentrava-se e a Cervecería Cuauhtémoc foi uma das forças por detrás de uma bipolarização que ainda hoje por lá se sente. Para isso contribuíram as aquisições da Cervecería de Tecate em 1954 e da Cervecería Moctezuma em 1985. Com o alargamento do portfólio de marcas, a Sol foi então relançada, em 1993, desta feita a nível nacional. O sucesso, sobretudo junto dos estrangeiros nas zonas mais turísticas, foi tal que a cerveja começou a ser distribuída a nível mundial, tornando-se hoje, para o bem e para o mal, juntamente com a arqui-rival Corona, sinónimo de cerveja mexicana.

A questão é: existe uma cerveja mexicana? Um estilo tão marcado que obriga a meter uma lima no gargalo e a beber pela garrafa? Claro que não. Tal como tive oportunidade de aqui comentar, hoje em dia não existem limitações para fazer qualquer estilo em qualquer local. A Sol não passa de uma cerveja que graças a uma grande capacidade de promoção e marketing é um sucesso, mas não deixa de ser igual a tantas outras que, sem sabor, são produzidas por esse mundo fora, no México ou em Portugal.

Não deixa de ser curiosa esta reflexão já que é completamente contrastante com aquilo que acontece noutra bebida fermentada bem conhecida de todos, o vinho. Aqui, independentemente de se usarem castas de uva iguais em várias partes do mundo, o terroir, é rei e senhor. O solo, a chuva, o Sol, a topografia, definem um vinho. Um Cabernet Sauvignon, feito pelo mesmo enólogo em Portugal, França, Austrália, Chile ou Califórnia, nunca será o mesmo vinho. Já com uma cerveja não há diferenças entre fazer uma cerveja com malte da Weyermann, lúpulo da Charles Faram e levedura da Wyeast, em Lisboa, Madrid ou no Rio de Janeiro.

Há no entanto um ponto em que podemos encontrar alguma semelhança entre os dois mundos, as produções monovarietais. Nalguns casos já existiam há muitos anos por força da tradição, mas nos últimos tempos temos vindo a verificar um aumento significativo de rótulos de vinhos produzidos com uma única casta. Como consumidor acho-os vinhos interessantes dado permitirem dar a conhecer melhor o perfil de cada casta e perceber as diferenças entre cada casta no mesmo terroir.

Na cerveja, a febre do monovarietal é relativamente nova mas já tem inúmeros adeptos. Tendo em conta os vários ingredientes que são utilizados no seu fabrico há espaço para vários tipos de abordagem em relação ao que é monovarietal, mas a escolha recai invariavelmente no lúpulo, elemento com grande capacidade de aroma e sabor e bastante acarinhado pelos cervejeiros artesanais. O princípio é sempre o mesmo. Pega-se numa cerveja base e altera-se apenas o lúpulo a ser usado na ebulição e no dry-hopping. Alguns exemplos célebres são as séries:
 
  • BrewDog IPA is Dead (Bramling Cross, Citra, Nelson Sauvin e Sorachi Ace)
  • The Kernel Pale Ale (Amarillo, Cascade, Centennial, Chinook, Citra, Columbus, Mt. Hood, Nelson Sauvin, Nugget, Pacific Cascade, Simcoe e Warrior)
  • Mikkeller Single Hop IPA (Amarillo, Cascade, Centennial, Chinook, East Kent Golding, Nelson Sauvin, Nugget, Simcoe, Tomahawk e Warrior)
  • Mikkeller Hop Series (Amarillo, Bravo, Cascade, Centennial, Challenger, Citra, Cluster, Columbus, Galena, Magnum, Mt. Hood, Nugget, Palisade, Simcoe, Sorachi Ace, Super Galena, Tettnanger, Warrior e Willamette)
  • Samuel Adams Latitude 48 Deconstructed IPA (Ahtanum, East Kent Goldings, Hallertau Mittelfrueh, Simcoe e Zeus)

Outras séries que motivam interesse são a Mikkeller Yeast Series onde são utilizadas várias leveduras (American-style, Belgian Ale, Brettanomyces, Hefeweizen, Lager e US Ale) para fermentar a mesma cerveja base e a Revelation Cat Woodwork Series onde podemos comparar cervejas que estagiaram em barris de Carvalho Francês, Carvalho Americano e Acácia com a cerveja base que não passou pela madeira.

Aguardo pacientemente por cervejas monovarietais de malte, água ou variedades de cerejas.

          Hillsboro boys bowling 10th at State      Cache   Translate Page      

The Hillsboro Indians boys bowling team traveled to Wayne Webb’s Columbus Bowl on Saturday, March 10, and competed in the Ohio High School Athletic Association Division I State Boys Bowling Tournament where the team placed tenth out of 16 teams with a final team score of 3287. Indian Senior Christian McConehea was the top finisher […]

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           Jenner's hat trick powers Blue Jackets over Bruins 7-4       Cache   Translate Page      
Boone Jenner got his first career hat trick to power the Columbus Blue Jackets to a 7-4 win over the Boston Bruins
          My Special Aflac Duck™ Wins Big at SXSW      Cache   Translate Page      
Innovative robotic duck takes top honors in the People’s Choice and the Robotics and Hardware categories at premier conference Celebrating the convergence of the interactive, film and music industries
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COLUMBUS, Ga., March 12, 2019 /3BL Media/ – Taking home yet another major award for technology, innovation and corporate responsibility, Aflac today announced the My Special Aflac Duck, an innovative robotic duck that helps children cope with cancer, is the winner of this year’s top Award at SXSW in the Robotics and Hardware category. The prestigious SXSW award is added to a growing list of awards, which includes Engaget’s Best in Show Award at the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show and Time Magazine’s recognition as one of the 50 Best inventions for 2018.


          Episode 59 – Local History Center at the Westerville Public Library      Cache   Translate Page      
Beth Weinhardt has one of the best jobs in Columbus. She gets to manage the Westerville Local History Center located inside of the Westerville Public Library.  There, she curates the vast archive of information regarding the Anti-Saloon League, and the prohibition movement that had strong roots in the Rural Westerville Community of the early 20th … Continue reading Episode 59 – Local History Center at the Westerville Public Library
          Episode 56 – Columbus Axe Throwing      Cache   Translate Page      
Our last show of the year! We crashed Marty Parker’s staff appreciation party to talk with him about axe throwing, escape rooms, color runs, bubble runs, tomato fights, and all the other events he runs through his various companies.  We are, in fact, in the middle of an axe throwing party, so the audio on … Continue reading Episode 56 – Columbus Axe Throwing
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A decade ago, Nick went out to breakfast, and wrote down his thoughts.  10 years later, he’s been named Columbus top blogger by 614 magazine numerous times, and is our cities go to expert on the most important meal of the day. He stopped by to tell us about some of his favorites. Runtime: 47:14 … Continue reading Episode 51 – Breakfast with Nick
          Jenner’s hat trick powers Blue Jackets over Bruins 7-4      Cache   Translate Page      

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Boone Jenner got his first career hat trick, Sergei Bobrovsky stopped 27 shots and the Columbus Blue Jackets beat the Boston Bruins 7-4 on Tuesday night. The Blue Jackets scored five unanswered goals to go up 5-1 before the Bruins came roaring back with three straight in a wild second period […]
          Knights of Columbus State Free-throw Champions from Tucker County      Cache   Translate Page      
The Knights of Columbus Council 2010 of Thomas had nine district winners compete in their age division at the Knights of Columbus State free-throw Competition held in Weston on Sunday, March 3, 2019.  Tucker County had five of the twelve first place state winners who received a first place trophy and a trophy basketball.  Three second place […]
          (USA-GA-Columbus) Retail Sales - 15hr - Estee Lauder - Fort Benning, GA      Cache   Translate Page      
**Retail Sales - 15hr - Estee Lauder - Fort Benning, GA** **Brand:** Estée Lauder Companies **Description** **Position Summary:** As one of our highly skilled make-up artists you will combine your creative and technical expertise and passion for people to provide a welcoming, inspirational and personalized in-store experience which educates and delights our customers. You will also like working as part of a high performing team to create impact with in-store events and to ensure that the store always achieves our high standards of visual merchandising to stand out against our competitors. If you are a dynamic self-starter looking for a progressive career opportunity then this could be the perfect role for you and the first step of your career with a leader in prestige beauty. While certification in make -up artistry and/or previous retail make up experience is desirable we also welcome applicants with amateur level experience. As a leader in prestige beauty with a culture that values diversity of thought and people, we offer excellent training and development and a competitive remuneration and benefits package. **Qualifications** + While a qualification in make-up artistry/previous retail make up experience is preferred, we welcome applicants with amateur level experience who are able to demonstrate a high level of creative and technical expertise + All applicants must be able to demonstrate the ability to provide inspirational, authentic and personalized customer service + Ability to work retail hours including days, nights, weekends and special events in a fast-paced work environment + Previous experience with retail point-of-sale software + Applicants must be able to provide proof of right to live and work in the country if invited to attend for interview **Job:** Retail - Store **Primary Location:** Americas-US-GA-Columbus **Job Type:** Standard **Schedule:** Part-time **Shift:** 1st (Day) Shift **Job Number:** 194735 We are an equal opportunity employer. Minorities, women, veterans, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
          (USA-OH-Columbus) MAC Oncall Freelance - MAC-Easton Town Center - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page      
**MAC Oncall Freelance - MAC-Easton Town Center - Columbus, OH** **Brand:** MAC **Description** **Position Summary:** As one of our highly skilled make-up artists you will combine your creative and technical expertise and passion for people to provide a welcoming, inspirational and personalized in-store experience which educates and delights our customers. You will also like working as part of a high performing team to create impact with in-store events and to ensure that the store always achieves our high standards of visual merchandising to stand out against our competitors. If you are a dynamic self-starter looking for a progressive career opportunity then this could be the perfect role for you and the first step of your career with a leader in prestige beauty. While certification in make -up artistry and/or previous retail make up experience is desirable we also welcome applicants with amateur level experience. As a leader in prestige beauty with a culture that values diversity of thought and people, we offer excellent training and development and a competitive remuneration and benefits package. **Qualifications** + While a qualification in make-up artistry/previous retail make up experience is preferred, we welcome applicants with amateur level experience who are able to demonstrate a high level of creative and technical expertise + All applicants must be able to demonstrate the ability to provide inspirational, authentic and personalized customer service + Ability to work retail hours including days, nights, weekends and special events in a fast-paced work environment + Previous experience with retail point-of-sale software + Applicants must be able to provide proof of right to live and work in the country if invited to attend for interview **Job:** Retail - Store **Primary Location:** Americas-US-OH-Columbus **Job Type:** Standard **Schedule:** Contingent **Shift:** 1st (Day) Shift **Job Number:** 194702 We are an equal opportunity employer. Minorities, women, veterans, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
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OH-Columbus, Randstad, in partnership with a Fortune 100 company, is actively recruiting for a Sr. Licensing Support Representative (Data Entry) for our client's corporate headquarters, in Columbus. This work site is downtown in the Arena District. This is an excellent opportunity to build a fulfilling career with our client, who has recently been listed as a Fortune 100 Best Places to Work. What's your title?
          Jenner's hat trick powers Blue Jackets over Bruins 7-4      Cache   Translate Page      
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Boone Jenner got his first career hat trick, Sergei Bobrovsky stopped 27 shots and the Columbus Blue Jackets beat the Boston Bruins 7-4 on Tuesday night. The Blue Jackets scored five unanswered goals to go up 5-1 before the Bru
          Columbus police looking for missing 12-year-old girl      Cache   Translate Page      

COLUMBUS, Ohio - Columbus police are looking for 12-year-old Janyra McKrimmon.

Police said she left a home in the area of Carlton Avenue and Elaine Road in southeast Columbus on Tuesday.

She was last seen wearing a maroon jacket, black jeans, and bright orange tennis shoes.

She has black hair and brown eyes.

McKrimmon is 4 feet, 11 inches tall.

If anyone has any information, they are asked to call Columbus police at 614-645-4545.


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The Ohio Department of Transportation is hoping state lawmakers do not give them the brake on additional funding and vote to increase the gas tax.

“It's fair if they go and fix the roads because they are awful right now, I don't mind,” said driver Remo Picciano.

Two major projects in the Columbus area could get the red light if funding is not passed - six phases of the I-70/I-71 project downtown costing nearly $400 million would be stopped as well as the project on the I-70 corridor on the east side to SR-256 that would eliminate weaves and merges.

“98 percent of our revenue comes from the gas tax. That's important because I think when folks think I pay my taxes, they don't really understand what tax funds the transportation system,” said ODOT Spokesperson Breanna Badanes.

In 2006, shortly after the current 28 cents per gallon gas tax was put in place, ODOT received just over $900 million.

Last year ODOT received just more than $1 billion from the gas tax, but the cost of construction has increased.

“We're taking a look at our project list and trying to think what we can shift things around if we don't get that additional funding. What's going to fall off the list, what's going to get built and how are we going to maintain roads for Ohio,” Badanes explained.

Some drivers say ODOT is out of their lane.

“Scare tactic, don't ya think?” asked Jack, who did not want to provide his last name.

Governor Mike DeWine initially proposed an additional 18 cents a gallon, the House approved 10.7 cents a gallon. The Senate is expected to vote on the transportation budget next week.


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A Columbus woman who was shot and paralyzed in 2010 has passed away, according to her family.

Alix Reese did not give up in seeking justice for her shooting.

Police said Drakkar Groce fired gunshots at a group of people standing across from Atcheson Street and Trevitt Avenue, on the east side on May 27, 2010.

At the same time, then 25-year-old Reese was driving by. She was hit by a bullet in the neck and paralyzed from the neck down.

In December 2017, Groce was sentenced to 8 years in prison.

Groce also offered an apology to the family during sentencing.

Prosecutors said that is all Reese wanted.

Groce was also sentenced to 28 years for several drug charges, unrelated to the shooting.


          Columbus city attorney dismissing pending cases charged by Andrew Mitchell      Cache   Translate Page      

Columbus City Attorney Zach Klein has announced that his office will review and dismiss any open and pending cases that solely involve Columbus police officer Andrew Mitchell.

Mitchell was charged Monday on seven counts for allegedly holding women against their will and forcing them to engage in sexual acts for their freedom.

Klein also stated that his office will review previous convictions involving Mitchell on an individual basis.

“If defendants who have previously pleaded guilty to a charge have facts involving Officer Mitchell that were not known to prosecutors at the time of conviction, we will review those convictions on a case-by-case basis. Defendants should have their attorney contact our office with relevant information,” Klein said.

Defendants who meet those criteria should have their attorney contact Chief Prosecutor Bill Hedrick in the city attorney's office at Brhedrick@columbus.gov.


          Police looking for suspects who stole $7,000 worth of watches from Mount Carmel West gift shop      Cache   Translate Page      

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Columbus police looking for a pair of suspects who they say stole $7,000 worth of watches from the gift shop at Mount Carmel West Hospital.

Police said a man and woman walked into the hospital at 5:40 p.m. on Feb. 17 and pretended not to know each other.

They go into Lori’s Gift Shop and while the woman distracts the cashier, the man covers a display case with a jacket.

Police said the case had 35-40 Fossil watches in it.

The man carried the display case out of the hospital and the woman left shortly after, according to police.

They were seen together outside the hospital walking toward West Broad Street.

If anyone has any information, they are asked to contact Detective Edmundson with the Columbus police burglary unit at 614-645-2077 or cedmundson@columbuspolice.org.


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          Colombia's indigenous uprising | SocialistWorker.org      Cache   Translate Page      
ON OCTOBER 13--516 years to the day that First Nation originarios discovered Christopher Columbus--some 12,000 indigenous Colombians marched onto the Pan-American Highway in Cauca and refused to lift their blockade until their demands for land, liberty an
           Blue Jackets offense erupts in wild 7-4 win over Bruins       Cache   Translate Page      
Columbus chased Boston goaltender Tuukka Rask in the second period.
          Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre Company Announces Promotions      Cache   Translate Page      

Artistic Director Terrence S. Orr has promoted two corps de ballet dancers to the rank of soloist for Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre's 50th Anniversary Season, which runs from October 2019 to May 2020.

Dancers Marisa Grywalski of Columbus, Ohio and Corey Bourbonniere of Woonsocket, Rhode Island, will begin their first mainstage season as soloists this fall with PBT's 50th Anniversary Season opener Giselle, on stage Oct. 25-27 at the Benedum Center.

About PBT's Newest Soloists

Marisa Grywalski
A native of Columbus, Ohio, Marisa Grywalski joined PBT in 2014 from the PBT School Graduate Program, where she trained for three years. Grywalski also received training at Pacific Northwest Ballet School and Houston Ballet Academy. Her repertoire includes Swan Lake, The Sleeping Beauty, Le Corsaire, La Bayad re, Giselle and Terrence S. Orr's The Nutcracker, as well as featured roles in Jerome Robbins' The Concert; William Forsythe's In the Middle Somewhat, Elevated; and Dwight Rhoden's Ave Maria. Marisa was named one of Pointe Magazine's Stars of the Corps in 2015.

Corey Bourbonniere
Corey Bourbonniere, a native of Woonsocket, Rhode Island, joined Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre in 2012. Before joining the company, Bourbonniere trained with the State Ballet of Rhode Island and Heritage Ballet in Rhode Island, as well as the Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre School Graduate Program. He also attended summer programs at the American Academy of Dance and Texas Ballet Theater. Among his many PBT performances, Corey's favorites include Ji Kyli n's Petite Mort, as well as featured roles as a Stomper in Twyla Tharp's In The Upper Room, the Third Sailor in Jerome Robbins' Fancy Free, Bernardo in Robbins' West Side Story Suite and Drosselmeyer in Terrence S. Orr's The Nutcracker.


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GA-Columbus, Looking for a driven and customer service individual to work in our office! Position is temporary (but you never know) directly assisting the Assistant Branch Manager. 30 - 40 hours a week. Responsibilities: Responsibility includes but not limited to answering phones, greeting and helping walk ins, data entry, scheduling interviews, set up and help with assessments, etc. Working hours: 8:00 AM - 5
          On the Brink: A Number of 2020 Ohio Prospects Could Be Next in Line for Buckeye Offers      Cache   Translate Page      

Ohio State has landed a pair of 2020 commitments since the start of the new year as Ryan Day and his staff continue to do a fine job on the recruiting trail. Seven pledges are currently in the fold following yesterday's commitment from Norwalk offensive tackle Trey Leroux, and each one is at a position of major need.

We've mentioned it before, but one interesting dynamic that we'll be monitoring is how Day handles the state of Ohio in a class that should end with 23-25 new signees. Three of the seven 2020 commits hail from the Buckeye State – Cincinnati linemen Paris Johnson Jr. and Jakob James and now Trey Leroux – and a total of seven in-state prospects are holding offers at the moment. 

Things are about to pick up on the trail with a number of visits on the docket and the ever-important spring game weekend taking place in mid-April. As recruiting picks back up, there are a handful of Ohioans to be on the lookout for as new offers could be handed out in the coming months. 

Jaheim Thomas • OLB/DE • Cincinnati (Princeton) • ★★★★ • State Rank: No. 4

It's at least a little bit surprising that Jaheim Thomas has yet to earn an Ohio State offer, but this doesn't seem like a situation that will come back and bite the Buckeyes. The four-star holds offers from the likes of Michigan, Notre Dame, and LSU, and he's taken visits to Knoxville, South Bend, and East Lansing.

It will be fun to watch as he develops over the next nine months. Thomas is 6-foot-5 and 218 pounds, so he may end up at linebacker or defensive end at the next level. It's important to remember that Ohio State is operating with an almost entirely new defensive staff, so they may just want to see Thomas in person again before extending an offer.

Checking in as the country's No. 271 overall prospect, he's a friend and teammate of four-star defensive line prospect Darrion Henry, who is very likely the Buckeyes' top remaining in-state target. 

Sammy Anderson • Cornerback • Dayton (Trotwood-Madison) • ★★★ • State Rank: No. 20

Ohio State didn't sign a single cornerback for the Class of 2019, and needless to say it's a pretty big area of need for the current cycle. I have no idea if an in-state prospect will make it into the class, but if one does then there's a decent chance it could be Trotwood-Madison's Sammy Anderson.

At 6-foot-2 and 170 pounds, he's certainly got the size and speed to play the position. Several schools have already taken notice including programs like Virginia Tech and Michigan who have a long history of producing in the secondary. Also a star on the hardwood, his recruitment is just getting underway and he's already discussed making a summer camp tour to earn some more offers. 

The staff is targeting several of the country's top corners and they're in a solid spot for both Henry Gray and Lejond Cavazos, but I get the feeling Anderson is at least worth keeping an eye on.

Clay Caudill • Tight End • Mansfield • ★★★ • State Rank: No. 14

It's a sneaky good year for tight ends in the state of Ohio. There may not be a five-star Jeremy Ruckert type, but there are a number of guys who could potentially find their way into Ohio State's class or elsewhere in the conference; especially considering the very real possibility of the Buckeyes signing two at the position. 

Mansfield's Clay Caudill is the country's 13th-ranked tight end and No. 502 regardless of position. He's got some pretty big offers including LSU, Michigan State, and Wisconsin. The 6-foot-5, 230-pounder was in Baton Rouge last month for one of the Tigers' junior day events. He previously had narrowed things down to Michigan State and West Virginia (prior to the LSU offer) and plans on enrolling early at his college of choice. If the staff has any interest in getting involved with the state's top tight end then it may need to make a move sooner rather than later.

Luke Lachey • Tight End • Columbus (Grandview Heights) • ★★★ • State Rank: No. 26

The other in-state tight end to watch is Grandview Heights' Luke Lachey. The son of Buckeye great Jim Lachey, the three-star tight end holds offers from Kentucky, Michigan State, Wisconsin, and plenty of other programs. Obviously he's quite familiar with the program and was on campus last week, but he's likely going to need to spend some more time with the staff to earn an offer. Lachey's focus is probably on basketball now, but he may be someone who's willing to wait for a Buckeye offer.

The tight end board doesn't seem to be coming together as easily as some other positions, but if the staff does intend on taking two then one has to think there's a solid chance either Lachey or Caudill could earn an offer. I think the expectation is for a transfer at the position as well, so it's likely going to be necessary to take a pair for 2020.


Five Ohioans signed with the Buckeyes in 2019, but there's more room in the Class of 2020 and it's going to be a bigger number this go around. Ryan Day has already talked about keeping the best players from leaving, but it's always a tricky balance when a school has the national reach like Ohio State's.

Other names to watch include Akron athlete Bengally Kamara, Cincinnati corner Carrington Valentine, and Milford Center tackle Sam Rengert. The Leroux commit is going to make things tough for Rengert, however, as the Buckeyes will likely go national for the remainder of the 2020 offensive line class. 


          Looking Back at the Top Four Moments From An Interesting Ohio State Basketball Season      Cache   Translate Page      

It has certainly been an interesting season for the Ohio State basketball team. After starting the campaign 12-1, the Buckeyes unraveled a bit when faced with full-on conference play, finishing that part of the sector at 8-12, including dropping their last three games minus Kaleb Wesson.

Nevertheless, this team will go down as one that persisted. Their season certainly isn't over, and the Buckeyes could certainly still somehow make the NCAA Tournament.

Let's take a look at four moments that were pretty darn great.

4. Creighton Victory

Ohio State was close to hiring Greg McDermott before they ultimately picked Chris Holtmann as the next coach of the Buckeyes following Thad Matta's departure.

So, when the Buckeyes faced Creighton in the 2018 Gavitt Tipoff Games, it was a mini-storyline as to whether the Buckeyes "made the right hire." 

Well, as it turned out, the Buckeyes did. 

Ohio State won the game 69-60 on the road behind 19 points from Keyshawn Woods and 12 from Duane Washington. The Buckeyes improved to 3-0 at the time, and put a nice boost on their resume. 

3. Opening With a Bang

All year, as a Cincinnati kid, I had to hear so much garbage from their fans (my friends) around the city about how UC was going to open a new arena and blow the doors off the Buckeyes.

Thank goodness that wasn't how it turned out.

Ohio State beat the Bearcats 64-56 on opening night behind 15 points from Kaleb Wesson. Three others scored in double-figures for the Buckeyes: Kyle Young (10), Luther Muhammad (11), and CJ Jackson (13). 

It was a big win for the Buckeyes, and cemented UC's place underneath on the Ohio basketball totem pole. For now. The two will meet again next season in Columbus.

2. CJ Jackson's Heroics at Indiana

Last year, you may recall that CJ Jackson hit a big shot to beat the Hoosiers in their house. Well, they must really hate him now, because he did it again this season.

Jackson's late three-pointer enabled Ohio State to tie the game, and an Andre Wesson dunk off a beautifully-designed play gave the Buckeyes the eventual victory in Bloomington. Wesson dropped 15 points to lead the Buckeyes, while Jackson added 10.

The Buckeyes and Hoosiers will meet on a bigger stage on Thursday when they meet in the first round of the Big Ten Tournament.

1. Justin Ahrens Drops 29 Against Iowa

This has to be No. 1. Ohio State was reeling, and needed a big win to enhance their tournament resume, and they did just that, throttling No. 22 Iowa at home by 20 points.

Justin Ahrens was a machine in this one, as he dropped 29 points. This game also gave us the Fran McCaffrey outburst, which is always hilarious. 

Honorable Mentions

But wait, there's more! There were some other pretty great things that happened this season.


Hopefully, there is still a lot more to come the rest of the season. After all, there's a strong chance that Ohio State could be playing in the Big Dance when the field is announced this Sunday. All we can do now is watch and see.


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The Columbus Blue Jackets beat the Boston Bruins 7-4 on Tuesday night.
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When: Tuesday, March 19, 2019 - 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Where: Conference Room

Practice your listening and speaking skills, achieve conversational ease and learn idiomatic expressions in this free class for adult students of English as a Second Language (ESOL), led by instructors from the Columbus Literacy Council.

To register, call the Columbus Literacy Council at 614-282-7661 option 1.

About the Class

Students are placed into one of four levels after taking a brief orientation exam at the Columbus Literacy Council. The highest level class is held at the Westerville Public Library on Tuesdays and Thursdays, engaging students who are proficient in reading English and interested in improving listening and speaking skills.

A textbook is provided, which acts as a grammatical refresher and includes exercises to practice both written and spoken English. Class instructors also bring in articles and poems to read or topics for discussion.

About the Instructors

Linda Bernhard is a retired professor of nursing from The Ohio State University.

Pat Green retired from the Department of Defense as an IT manager for Defense Finance and Accounting Services (DFAS). She is currently a teaching assistant while working on her Master's degree in Comparative Literature.

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When: Tuesday, March 19, 2019 - 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Where: Meeting Room A (Event)

Explore the fascinating life of insects with entomologist Mark "Bugman" Berman. Watch your favorite creepy crawlies on the big screen, then observe a variety of live insects in action. Dare yourself to touch a spider, taste a cooked sample, tell your own tall tales, and more.

About the Presenter


Mark Berman, founder of BUGMAN Educational Entoprises (BEE), has been a natural history and biology educator for over 20 years.
His life-long passion for sharing the amazing natural world started during playtime in fields around his east Columbus (OH) childhood home. It was further developed in college at the University of Hawaii and Clark University in central Massachusetts, and while working as Curator of Entomology at the New England Science Center (currently, the Ecotarium) and as Teacher-Naturalist with the Massachusetts Audubon Society. In addition, Mark acquired a Teaching Certification (Biology/General Science, 7-12) in a post-degree graduate program at The Ohio State University.

In 1996, while attending grad school in Massachusetts, Mark launched BEE, an educational enrichment company focused on valuable learning experiences in schools and other venues where interested people gather. In his capacities as “Bugman,” Mark has developed an extensive stock nature video library (with lots of bugs!), produced new enrichment curriculums and materials and has preached his message of respectful interactions to thousands of groups of all ages. His lessons taught with live insects, spiders and other arthropods have left audiences with memorable educational experiences that make them want to look again. Learn more.
          Read Between the Wines: Group 2      Cache   Translate Page      
When: Tuesday, March 19, 2019 - 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Where: The Wine Bistro

Enjoy a captivating story paired with a great wine at this unique book club with Megan C.

Location: The Wine Bistro

Address: 925 N. State St, Westerville, OH 43082
Reading List: Download (PDF)


A copy of the book may be picked up at the desk on the second floor of the library.

NOTE: This book club is currently full. To be added to the waitlist, contact the Program Office at 614-259-5019 or programoffice@westervillelibrary.org.

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          Catholic university to review Rosica work for plagiarism      Cache   Translate Page      

Toronto, Canada, Mar 11, 2019 / 05:05 pm (CNA).- A Catholic university in Ontario, Canada, says it will review any published work by its former president and vice-chancellor, Fr. Thomas Rosica, C.S.B.

“In so far as Fr. Rosica has admitted that his published work has included unattributed material originally published by others, it is possible that what he published as President contained similar material. We will endeavour to determine if this is the case,” Richard Corneil, president of Assumption University in Windsor, Ontario, told the Windsor Star March 8.

Rosica served as president and vice-chancellor of the university from 2011-2015. In recent weeks, the priest has come under fire amid revelations of extensive plagiarism in his published articles, books, and speeches.

The priest, a long-serving English language press aide at the Vatican Press Office, and the CEO of Canada’s Salt+Light Television network, was reported by Life Site News Feb. 15 to have plagiarized sections of text in several lectures and op-eds from a variety of writers, among them priests, theologians, journalists, and at least two cardinals.

The priest apologized for plagiarism on Feb. 22, shortly after initial reports emerged.

“What I’ve done is wrong, and I am sorry about that. I don’t know how else to say it,” Rosica told the National Post.

“I realize I relied too much on compiled notes,” Rosica told the National Post, adding that his plagiarism was inadvertent and not malicious. He explained that “it could have been cut and paste,” apparently meaning that he had mistakenly included passages of text written by others in his texts without remembering to attribute them.

“I realize the seriousness of this and I regret this very much … I will be very vigilant in future,” he said.

Subsequent reports found widespread plagiarism in essays, speeches, and op-eds by Rosica, dating back more than a decade.

In late February, evidence emerged on Twitter that Rosica had also copied directly and without attribution the work of several theologians in a 1994 article he published in the theological journal “Worship.”

Liturgical Press, which publishes the journal, announced Feb. 26 "that the editors of Worship are retracting the [1994] article by Thomas M. Rosica because of plagiarism."

Liturgical Press subsequently retracted two additional articles published by the priest.

The 1994 article covers the same topic as Rosica’s 1990 licentiate thesis at the Pontifical Biblical Institute, leading some to raise questions about whether that text, through which the priest earned a pontifical degree in scripture, might also have been plagiarized.

Last week, the priest was discovered to have misrepresented his studies at the Ecole Biblique et Archéologique Française de Jérusalem. While he had claimed to have a degree from graduate school, its director told journalists that while Rosica had been enrolled there, he had not earned a degree of any kind.

On Feb. 24, Rosica resigned from the Collegium, or governing board, of the University of St. Michael’s College in Toronto, and the governing boards of St. John Fisher College in New York and the University of St. Thomas in Houston.

On Feb. 25, Rosica acknowledged to The Catholic Register that he had plagiarized. “We know that plagiarism is wrong, especially when it is practised deliberately. Please note that my actions were never deliberate. Nevertheless they were wrong,”

While the board of directors at the the Salt and Light Media Foundation has acknowledged that Rosica’s plagiarism was wrong, board chairman Tony Gagliano said in a March 7 statement that board members “unanimously pledge our support of the continued leadership of Fr. Rosica as Chief Executive Officer.”

“For the past 16 years, Fr. Thomas Rosica has worked consistently with young adults on many media platforms and in multiple languages to offer experiences of unity, prayer, celebration, reflection, education, dialogue, thought-provoking reporting and stories of faith and action. This work must continue,” the board statement said.

The Knights of Columbus, financial supporters of Salt+Light, have told reporters that they will review and reevaluate their relationship with the media network.

 

 


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          Ron Packard: The New David Brennan      Cache   Translate Page      
Not many people paid much attention to the passing of the torch, but when Ron Packard -- the infamous former owner of the oft-maligned K12, Inc. (whose diplomas aren't accepted by the NCAA) -- started buying up David Brennan's former White Hat Management empire in 2015, it didn't mark the end of an era.

It marked its continuation. (Except for the massive political contributions -- for now.)

A little background. Packard founded K12, Inc. and was paid millions to run the only school operation ever sold on the New York Stock Exchange -- a notoriously poor-performing online charter school operation that at the time of his departure was the nation's largest. Now he runs the Accel Schools chain in Ohio, which according to the latest data from the Ohio Department of Education operates 37 Ohio charter schools.

Tellingly, Accel started barely a handful of these schools. Nearly all were snatched up from mostly White Hat Management, including OHDELA -- long the cash cow of the White Hat operation, along with the dropout recovery Life Skills operation. And while Packard portrays himself as a turnaround guy, what he really seems to be is the education sector's Gordon Gecko -- an education corporate raider.

Accel recently took another page out of White Hat (which has dissolved into several small operations that run one or two Life Skills schools) and started splitting off some of its schools. Instead of operating all 37 under the single Accel Schools umbrella, now Accel schools in Akron, Canton, Columbus and Cleveland are run by splinter Accel Schools operators. 

Why would Packard do this?

Perhaps to boost the academic rating of the Accel Schools umbrella brand? 

See, prior to the splintering, Accel rated a D as a charter school operator, according to the state. This year, with those schools now run by "different" operators, the ones remaining under the umbrella Accel Schools operation got a C.

That's a higher grade than the D received each of the last three years by the revered Breakthrough Schools in Cleveland (a result I will examine more closely in a future post).

But see, here's the thing. In a recent story about how Ohio Charter Schools want a 22% raise from the state, Packard is quoted as saying, 
"Brick and mortar schools are a very low margin business."
This is what happens when you say you want to run schools like a business. You get guys talking about profit margins in education like they're restaurants or something.

But aside from that, this quote is straight Brennan. Remember K12, Inc.? The nation's largest online charter school operator that Packard founded and ran for many years?

Guess which state propped up his national operation? If you said, "Ohio", you'd be half right. Between Ohio and Pennsylvania's generosity with their taxpayers' money, Packard consistently reported to the SEC that about 1/4 of his company's total revenue came from those two states.

As he reported in his annual 10-K from 2012 (and other years around that time):
"In fiscal year 2012, we derived approximately 12% and 13% of our revenues, respectively, from the Ohio Virtual Academy and the Agora Cyber Charter School in Pennsylvania. In aggregate, these schools accounted for approximately 25% of our total revenues. If our contracts with either of these virtual public schools are terminated, the charters to operate either of these schools are not renewed or are revoked, enrollments decline substantially, funding is reduced, or more restrictive legislation is enacted, our business, financial condition and results of operations could be adversely affected."
He knows that in Ohio, there is a TON of profit to be made in the online charter school sector. In fact, there's enough for Ohio taxpayers to essentially subsidize an entire national operation.

Which is why he felt the need to qualify his "low margin business" quote to the PD to just the brick and mortar sector. And why he probably leaped at the chance to grab OHDELA from Brennan's fire sale.

But see, here's the problem. Brick and Mortar schools are not a very low margin business. We are told, even by charter school proponents, that they are a "non-profit" business. In fact, all charters are considered "non-profit" by the state.

Except the schools can hire sharks like Packard to run their operations. And Packard is allowed to make a profit. This profiteering hasn't led to billion dollar scandals or anything, has it?

Wait. Perhaps it has. 

Which is why Packard's growth and increased voice in Ohio should worry Ohio taxpayers who have been burned by 20 years of charter school profiteering.

This is why I'm so encouraged by House Speaker Larry Householder saying a few weeks ago that "those management entities, I believe should be nonprofit."

Not low profit margins. No profit margins.

Amen, brother. Amen.

          The Fabrications of a Charter School Zealot      Cache   Translate Page      
In a recent post by the usually sound Aaron Churchill, the Fordham Institute researcher takes some significant pot shots at William Phillis -- the legendary Ohio public school advocate whose work led to the Ohio Supreme Court ruling four different times that the way the state funds public schools is unconstitutional.

I played on Churchill's title for my title of this post.

Churchill's major problem with Phillis' analysis of charter school expenditures is Churchill doesn't like the inconvenient truth that the average charter school spends several hundred dollars more per pupil than the average school district.

Unfair! cries Churchill. You have to weight the average per pupil expenditure. That way it's more fair. He points to the calculation he made in his recent report arguing that more money needs to be given to charter schools as the only fair way to possibly calculate what charter schools spend.

See, here's the problem.

His "weighted" average per pupil expenditure is not an accurate reflection of how many tax dollars go to charters. If you multiply his "weighted" average by the number of students in charters, the amount isn't actually what charters spend.

If you multiply the "unweighted" amount, it does. All weighting does is make it look like charters spend less than districts.

At the end of the day, taxpayers want to know how much of their money is being spent. And in charter schools, about $400 more is being spent per pupil.

Period.

In addition, Churchill ignores the fact that charters, on average, spend about $1,200 more per pupil on administrative, non-instructional costs than school districts. Even big urban districts spend $300 less per student.

So, in other words, if Ohio charter schools reduced their administrative spending to that of Ohio school districts, even on Churchill's "weighted" calculation, they would end up spending about the same as districts.

It's funny how free market reformers like Churchill quickly disparage "bloated" school district administration, but never point out that if charters were simply more efficient at spending money in the classroom, they wouldn't be begging for more.

That's because overall, charters spend about twice the percentage of their money on administrators as school districts do, equating to about 1 in 4 dollars spent by charters.

Next, Churchill goes to the old argument that charter students have far more challenging populations than school districts. Which is generally true, on average.

However, Churchill always wants to compare charters with the state's 8 major urban school districts (Akron, Canton, Cincinnati. Cleveland, Columbus, Dayton, Toledo and Youngstown).

If one does that, about 2 out of every 3 charter schools have 100 percent economically disadvantaged. Meanwhile, only 2 major Ohio urban districts have less than 100 percent economically disadvantaged populations. On average, Ohio's urban districts have about 5 percent higher rate of minority students and about a 10 percent higher rate of economically disadvantaged students than Ohio charter schools.

So, using Churchill's argument that schools with more challenged populations should get more money, it seems that the fact urban districts spend more per equivalent pupil than charters makes sense.

Also absent from Churchill's analysis is the fact that every dollar leaving Akron and Cincinnati for a charter school last school year went to a charter that performed worse on more state report card measures than Akron and Cincinnati.

Churchill also failed to mention that while lots of folks are rightly concerned that 14 Ohio school districts received overall grades of F on the state report card last year, marking them for state takeover, if one applied that standard to Ohio charter schools, 103 of 340 charters receiving grades either received Fs or "Does Not Meet Standards" if they're a dropout recovery school (mind you that "standard" is graduating about 7 out of 100 kids in 4 years).

So 3 out of 10 Ohio charter schools would be set for state takeovers, if the state takeover law applied to them the way it does school districts.

Oh, and about $200 million of your tax dollars went to charters that would have been marked for state takeover, if they were treated like districts.

I anticipate Churchill will complain that I'm comparing all charters with all Ohio school districts. Charter proponents demand their performance only be compared with school districts and buildings that struggle the most.

However, every school district but one had at least some state money transferred to charters from their state funding. You don't get to take money from every school district, yet demand you be held accountable relative to the performance of the most struggling districts.

Sorry, Aaron.

Especially when the current system forces local property taxpayers in those districts to fork over more of their property taxes to make up for the state funding transferred to charters.

And here is the breakdown of charter and district letter grades on the state report card this last year. As you can see, about half of all charter grades are F -- almost more Fs than all other grades combined -- and more than 7 out of 10 are D or F. Meanwhile, about 6 in 10 district grades were A, B, or C.

I guess what I'm most disappointed by though is Churchill's utter lack of deference and respect for Phillis, who more than any single person in the history of the state has held politicians' feet to the fire on equal and adequate funding for all students.

Frankly, Phillis has forgotten more education funding and policy than either I or Churchill will ever know. Churchill's cheap, ad hominem attacks on this man who has spent his life fighting for all kids to receive a world-class education is truly distressing.

My advice to Mr. Churchill would be to stick with trying to knock me around. Because with Phillis he is punching way above his weight class.
          The ECOT Myth that Won't Die: Money Following the Child      Cache   Translate Page      
In the devastating aftermath of the criminal ECOT scandal, many charter proponents are saying it's not quite as simple as saying that $591 million left school districts for ECOT. That's because (as the myth goes), the district didn't have to educate those kids, so wasn't that a savings?

In a word, "No it is not." I guess that's four words. But whatever.

See, here's the thing. Generally, if kids leave a district for ECOT, the district still has the same fixed costs. They run the same number of buses to the same areas. They operate the same number of buildings. They still have the same number of teachers. They still need the same number of lunch ladies and secretaries. The costs for the district simply do not disappear because ECOT took a kid from the district.

However, they will, on average, have $7,288 fewer in state money to educate the kids who remain.

Where this may get complicated is in districts that lose a lot of students to ECOT. But even in these districts (like Columbus, for example), those students are spread across 12 grades. So Columbus may lose, perhaps, 10-12 teachers across the district to accommodate the 1,500 lost students (because those kids aren't all in one class or something). However, the other fixed costs remain the same. Same lunch ladies, buses, etc. So ECOT takes about $10 million a year from Columbus. Columbus does not realize a $10 million savings from that deduction. Maybe $1 million of that is reduced teaching staff. But the remaining costs are exactly the same. Period.

As Columbus School Board Member Dominic Paretti put it: if ECOT hadn't taken all that money from Columbus, the district would not have needed to go for its last two new money levies.

In the overwhelming majority of districts that lost money to ECOT, there were zero staffing impacts. So you have the same number of teachers, lunch ladies, buses, etc. with far less state money to do it.

The bottom line is this: Even if the "savings" were actually there, which they're NOT, but let's assume they are, it's not beneficial for districts. Because ECOT got about $3,000 more per pupil from the state (on average) than the district would have received for the same student, local districts have to use substantially more local revenue to cover those fixed costs that remain, even if the ECOT student doesn't. That means the districts become more reliant on local property taxes to pay for schools. This is unconstitutional. The Ohio Supreme Court has ruled that way four times.

Claiming that districts somehow benefit financially from having to go for more frequent and sizable property tax levies is simply not true. So don't let anyone claim it is.
          ECOT: Now it's criminal. Literally.      Cache   Translate Page      
Mens Rea.

I believe it was the first (or one of the first) legal terms of art I learned in law school. It means "state of mind." In other words, in order to commit a crime, you have to have the proper state of mind to fit the requirements of the crime.

Why do I bring this up now? Because it now appears that we have a smoking gun indicating that officials at the Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow formed the necessary mens rea to be charged with crimes.

According to an Associated Press story today (which ran all over the place, but I'll link to my former employer's version), people at ECOT -- at one point the largest single school in the nation -- were ordered to deliberately inflate enrollment so the school could keep getting paid $100 million plus to "educate" children, even if those children weren't actually at ECOT.

ECOT infamously did a remarkably poor job of educating those who were, by the way. How poor? Only 109 of 3,794 ECOT graduates from 2010 earned a college degree within 6 years of graduating. But I digress.

Back to the school's potential crimes.

According to the whistleblower who made this claim and worked for the software company that handled enrollment for ECOT, "school officials ordered staff to manipulate student data with software obtained following the state’s demand that it return $60 million in overpayments for the 2015-2016 school year."

That's right. ECOT was so arrogant that it ordered people to artificially inflate enrollment ... after the state had fined the school $60 million for inflating enrollment.

That's right. No question what the offenders' states of mind were. They knew it was wrong. They had been fined for doing it the previous year. And they did it anyway. Imagine what they told people to do before they were caught???? (Though, technically, they were caught in their first year of operation and on several other previous occasions, but not for as much money.)

Why the arrogance? Because ECOT's founder, Bill Lager, and other employees had invested $2.8 million in Ohio politicians since they started operations in the 2000-2001 school year.

Current Ohio Secretary of State and Lt. Gov. Candidate Jon Husted receives only known honorary degree from ECOT as Ohio Speaker of the House in 2007. Husted was one of several prominent Ohio Republican politicians who spoke at ECOT's graduation ceremonies, including Gov. John Kasich, Ohio Auditor David Yost, disgraced House Speaker Cliff Rosenberger and Ohio Supreme Court Justice Terrence O'Donnell. 


It wasn't that long ago that people went to prison for inflating enrollment figures at Columbus City Schools. What do you want to bet that the politicians who have taken a bunch of money and kudos from ECOT will do the same thing to that school's officials?

The taxpayer money involved here, if the enrollment overinflation that's been found over the last couple years is extrapolated over the course of ECOT's entire lifespan, is north of $500 million. By way of comparison, the infamous Coingate scandal from 2005-2006 ended up costing taxpayers about $50 million.

So ECOT and Lager's ripoff could be 10 times that of Tom Noe, who spent about 2 years in federal prison.

Now that we have insiders spilling the beans on the real mission of ECOT -- making money by ripping off taxpayers -- ECOT's top bananas certainly seem much closer to taking a trip up the river.

Because we now know their state of mind.

And it sure seems criminal to me.


          I guess Ohio's A-F Report Cards weren't that great after all      Cache   Translate Page      
When Ohio switched to a new A-F report card system in the 2012-2013 school year, much was made of how wonderful it was.

Here's what the Ohio Department of Education said about them, veritably gushing over the Education Commission of the States' awarding the system its highest marks:
"We released the new A-F report cards with the idea that they would be easier to understand, and provide more information to both parents and educators,” ODE spokesman John Charlton said. “This report kind of validates our efforts so far, as we continue to work on this report card. The real winners are the students in Ohio. They’re going to benefit from the information in that report card, whether it’s their parents using the data, educators using it, or whether the students are looking at it themselves.”
Folks from the education reform community claimed it created a more understandable system (because, apparently, parents couldn't decipher the words "excellent with distinction", "excellent", "effective", "academic watch" and "academic emergency"). Here's how the Fordham Institute described the new report cards:
"The Buckeye State’s new A-F report card is a wonderful opportunity for parents to gain a better appreciation of how their child’s school is doing, and to take action if necessary."
But I was concerned because the new A-F system was even more reliant on test scores than the previous system. And test scores are nearly perfectly correlated with poverty rates, not educational excellence. Here's what I said after the first batch of report cards came out:
"The new Report Card is based largely on standardized tests, which are tremendously influenced by demographics. Under this new system, a building and district's ratings are even more dependent upon their demographics than the prior system, which was pretty well dependent upon demographics as well."
So imagine my surprise when a new House Bill 591 appears and does away with Ohio's much-lauded A-F report card in favor of one less influenced by test scores. I should be excited, right? Not so fast. See, here's the thing.

It would keep the A-F report card for consequential actions -- the very things that make these A-F grades so high stakes, problematic and consequential for schools, districts, parents and kids.

What's "consequential" mean? Oh, whether a district is low performing enough that a charter school can come in. Or kids qualify for private school vouchers. Or whether a charter school closes. These -- and other things -- will all still be determined by a district or school's rating on the hated A-F report card.

And the bill eliminates several transparency reports about how schools spend money and how they educate kids. One of the things Ohio does better than nearly every other state is produce meaningful and copious data points.

Other than that, though ...

Look, I appreciate the effort to undo this misguided report card. As sponsor Mike Duffy, R-Columbus, put it, "nobody likes the current Ohio school district report card."

So why won't he just do a simple bill to get rid of the current system, replace it with a more rational system and go from there? Why would he let this system he admits everyone hates continue holding its dangerous grip on students and schools?

Again, these problems were all pretty predictable from the time the A-F report card was implemented. Yet folks couldn't stop fawning over the brilliance of turning five "grade" levels into the familiar A-F scale from the less familiar Excellent with Distinction, Excellent, Effective, Academic Watch and Academic Emergency system.

Now everyone hates it.

I'm not one to say, "I told you so."

But, well ... you know.
          John the Vindictive: How HB 512 Shows John Kasich Hasn't Changed      Cache   Translate Page      
The image of Ohio Gov. John Kasich has shall we say "evolved" since he first took office. Within days of his 2010 election, he gave a famous speech where he warned Columbus lobbyists that his agenda would be unstoppable. He summed it up this way:
"If you’re not on the bus, we’ll run over you with the bus. And I’m not kidding."
Two months later, he told a room full of people about a story of being pulled over for not giving a passing ambulance the right of way. He called the officer who dared pull him over an "idiot."

A few months later, he passed Senate Bill 5 -- the most direct and serious attack on union rights mounted in the state for generations. But when organizers collected more than 1 million signatures and voters roundly defeated his legislation at the ballot box almost a year after his election, he started "mellowing".

And running for President.

As the last man standing against Donald Trump in the 2016 Republican primary, Kasich turned into a bit of a fuzzy warm reminder for some of what "reasonable" Republicans were -- hearkening to a time when Eisenhower could carry the Republican banner without being drummed out of office. His latest book "Two Paths" is supposed to be the marker for all reasonable Republicans who want to get things done.

But John the Vindictive has not really changed. And House Bill 512 proves it. According to a Plain Dealer story yesterday, John Kasich and current Superintendent for Public Instruction Paolo DeMaria have not met since DeMaria was named Superintendent in 2016. Nearly two years and the Governor hasn't met with the man responsible for the education of 1.8 million Ohio children?

That's weird.

It makes one wonder if Kasich wasn't happy with DeMaria's selection as State Superintendent. And maybe explains why he wants more control over the pick. DeMaria, after all, was a late addition to the finalists list for State Superintendent, indicating he wasn't Kasich's first choice.

As Kasich recently told a forum last month:
"What I really want...I want to be able to run the Department of Education," Kasich said an at Associated Press forum February 2.  "I don't think we should have this elected school board."
Could it be that Kasich instead supported Reynoldsburg Superintendent Tina Thomas-Manning, who famously put in scab teachers to fight the Reynoldsburg teacher strike? In a Plain Dealer story that reviewed the strike, her relationship with Kasich was described this way:
"Some even view Thomas-Manning, superintendent of the Reynoldsburg school district, as a puppet of Gov. John Kasich and former state Superintendent Richard Ross."
Trouble was, at the time the board was considering Thomas-Manning, the Reynoldsburg Superintendent was in a full out war with her Board of Education, with members calling for her to step down in the aftermath of the strike that tore apart the Reynoldsburg community. Not a good look if you're asking another board to hire you.

Thomas-Manning eventually did not have her contract renewed and received a $100,000 golden parachute from the Reynoldsburg Board of Education. Yet she continued to do consulting work for the district as recently as last fall.

Whatever the backroom dealings, it's clear that Kasich is pushing HB 512 to punish the department for something, or some things. One is clearly the board and superintendent's role in closing down the Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow -- a huge, online charter school run by major political donor Bill Lager.

Kasich's first high school graduation address was to ECOT in 2011.

But it appears that Kasich's indifference to the State Superintendent of Public Instruction may have additional roots in DeMaria's unanimous selection as Superintendent by the State Board. And reveal Kasich's real desire to get a more divisive, loyal, union-busting figure at the department. This was the guy who tried to destroy the teachers unions with Senate Bill 5, after all.

But the bottom line is this: With HB 512, it appears that the State Board of Education -- and the voters who put 11 of them in office -- are the latest to be run over by John the Vindictive's bus.

          Fundraising Director, Dance - American Heart Association - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page      
The American Dance Movement was founded by Nigel Lythgoe, creator, producer and on-air judge of the hit show So You Think You Can Dance and Adam Shankman,...
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          (Columbus) .357 Smith & Wesson - $ 650      Cache   Translate Page      
S&W 357 model 581.  Gun is in great shape and very clean.  $650 firm or possibly trade for another firearm.   No shotguns or revolvers.  Text.  740.350.0396
          Blue Jackets offense erupts in wild 7-4 win over Bruins      Cache   Translate Page      
Columbus chased Boston goaltender Tuukka Rask in the second period.
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OH-Columbus, The Paragon Group is a Columbus, Ohio based Information Technology firm delivering high quality, cost effective resources to a progressive clientele. Founded in 1998, The Paragon Group has a full-time staff of highly skilled, motivated professionals. The Paragon Group provides staff augmentation, temp-to-perm placements, permanent placements, and consulting services both locally and nationally. We
          Veteran Police Officer Falsely Arrested Women, Forced Them Into Sex ‘For Freedom'      Cache   Translate Page      
A veteran officer with the Columbus, Ohio, Police Department was charged with falsely arresting women and forcing them to have sex in exchange for their freedom. He is also accused of pressurizing witnesses to lie as part of a “nightmarish breach of trust.” The U.S. Attorney’s Office in the Southern District of Ohio issued a statement stating Andrew K. Mitchell, 55, was arrested by the federal agents Monday morning on charges including “depriving individuals of their civil rights while acting under the color of law” and “witness tampering.”
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OH-Columbus, Job Description WHO WE ARE: Trelevate has recently been recognized by Inc 5000 as one of America's top performing companies. In 2016 we were awarded Best Places to work. We believe that People are the difference. Trelevate is a one-stop resource for customizable, turnkey sales strategies utilizing proven solutions that best fit our client’s goals. At Trelevate, we train our elite full-time sales f
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OH-Columbus, Job Description WHO WE ARE: Trelevate has recently been recognized by Inc 5000 as one of America's top performing companies. In 2016 we were awarded Best Places to work. We believe that People are the difference. Trelevate is a one-stop resource for customizable, turnkey sales strategies utilizing proven solutions that best fit our client’s goals. At Trelevate, we train our elite full-time sales f
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          POTB 269: A Big Ten tournament preview with Jess Settles of BTN and Adam Jardy of The Columbus Dispatch      Cache   Translate Page      
Podcast on the Brink is back for another episode with hosts Jerod Morris of The Assembly Call and Alex Bozich of Inside the Hall. The show is available weekly. In this edition of the show, Morris and Bozich have a two-part episode with Jess Settles of The Big Ten Network and Adam Jardy of The Columbus Dispatch to preview this week's Big Ten tournament in Chicago. Among the topics discussed: · Indiana's recent surge and what's behind it · The play of Juwan Morgan and Romeo Langford over the last couple of games · The importance of Rob Phinisee in IU's late resurgence · Why De'Ron Davis is so important to Indiana · Some thoughts from Jess on the Big Ten tournament · Should Indiana's injuries be factored in by the selection committee? · What has changed since Indiana and Ohio State met back on Feb. 10? · What's behind Ohio State's struggles and who do the Buckeyes need to step forward? · The importance of CJ Jackson to the Buckeyes · Justin Ahrens and why he could be a key on Thursday
          “Deprived victims of their civil rights,” Columbus cop facing life sentence      Cache   Translate Page      
A CPD vice officer has been accused of committing serious criminal acts while on duty according to a report from NBC4i. Columbus Vice Detective Andrew Mitchell is accused of kidnapping women under the guise of arrest, forcing them to engage in sex acts in exchange for their freedom. The charges Mitchell faces also include obstruction […]
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Celebrating Nebraska agriculture  Columbus Telegram

It is National Ag Week in Nebraska, and we are celebrating our state's number one industry. This week, the Department of Agriculture and I will be visiting with ...


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Hello Kitty Luggage Sets For Pleasurable And Convenience By: Columbus Eleveld | Apr 21st 2013 – Luggage sets, such as this kind of cheerful motif-based varieties for instance Hello Kitty luggage sets, can serve one of numerous diverse purposes. A luggage set may be used purely to give you flexible choices when arranging a trip, […]
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          iPhone Xs Max bốc khói trong túi quần      Cache   Translate Page      
Theo iDropNews, ông Josh Hillard ở Columbus, bang Ohio (Mỹ) mới mua iPhone Xs Max chưa đầy một tháng nhưng đã bất ngờ phát nổ trong túi quần ngày 12/12. Hillard cho biết, ban đầu ông thấy mùi lạ phát …
          Interview with Ali MacGraw      Cache   Translate Page      
GuestAli MacGraw attained worldwide fame with her role in Goodbye, Columbus and Love Story. Today, over 40 years later, Aadil and Savitri interview Ali, to talk about her passion for yoga, her timeless beauty, her elegant demeanour, and how she has managed to age with such exquisite grace.
          2019.03.17: Arms and the Woman: Classical Tradition and Women Writers in the Venetian Renaissance. Classical memories/modern identities      Cache   Translate Page      
Review of Francesca D'Alessandro Behr, Arms and the Woman: Classical Tradition and Women Writers in the Venetian Renaissance. Classical memories/modern identities. Columbus: 2018. Pp. viii, 285. $89.95. ISBN 9780814276297.
          Hybris Commerce Development Lead - Accenture - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page      
Experience working with relevant WCM or eCommerce packaged solutions such as Adobe AEM (CQ), SDL Tridion, Sitecore, Fatwire, CrownPeak, hybris, Oracle/ATG,...
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          Crimson Cup Coffee Houses Add Circle City Kombucha to Brew Bar Menu      Cache   Translate Page      

Crimson Cup Coffee Houses in Columbus and Tallmadge, Ohio now offer Circle City Kombucha on tap. This fizzy all-natural beverage offers a delicious, healthy option for customers who may want something other than coffee.

(PRWeb March 13, 2019)

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          Technical Recruiter      Cache   Translate Page      
OH-Columbus, Anchor Point Technology Resources is aggressively looking for a technical recruiter. The ideal candidate will have the ability to source, identify, screen, and present qualified candidates to our hiring managers. Candidate will have the ability to work with a high sense of urgency and accountability in a fairly autonomous, very fast paced environment. Desirable candidates will be able to easily bu
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          Digital Print Operator (large format) - Taylor Corporation - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page      
Experience using Caldera or similar RIP software is a plus! Taylor Communications Inc....
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          Digital Print Production Operator - G&J Pepsi-Cola Bottlers - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page      
Onyx Software, Caldera RIP Software. Background in Onyx and /or Caldera RIP software required. The ideal candidate will have 3 years’ experience in digital...
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          Technical Recruiter      Cache   Translate Page      
OH-Columbus, Anchor Point Technology Resources is aggressively looking for a technical recruiter. The ideal candidate will have the ability to source, identify, screen, and present qualified candidates to our hiring managers. Candidate will have the ability to work with a high sense of urgency and accountability in a fairly autonomous, very fast paced environment. Desirable candidates will be able to easily bu
          Stark County Sheriff’s Office investigating after woman’s body found in woods      Cache   Translate Page      
PLAIN TOWNSHIP, Ohio — The Stark County Sheriff’s Office is investigating after the body of a woman was found in a wooded area. According to a press release from the sheriff’s office, on March 12 at around 2 p.m., deputies were called to Columbus Road NE in Plain Township. They located a body which was later identified as 38-year-old Cassandra Kay Barker of Louisville, the sheriff’s office said. A cause of death is not yet known. Anyone who may have […]
          Summer Residential Life Counselor - Male Counselor Needed - Summer Discovery - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page      
UCSB – UCLA – Colorado University, Boulder – University of Texas, Austin – University of Michigan – Georgetown University – UPenn – University of Miami - Johns...
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          Hybris Commerce Development Lead - Accenture - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page      
Experience working with relevant WCM or eCommerce packaged solutions such as Adobe AEM (CQ), SDL Tridion, Sitecore, Fatwire, CrownPeak, hybris, Oracle/ATG,...
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          POTB 269: A Big Ten tournament preview with Jess Settles of BTN and Adam Jardy of The Columbus Dispatch      Cache   Translate Page      

Podcast on the Brink is back for another episode with hosts Jerod Morris of The Assembly Call and Alex Bozich of Inside the Hall. The show is available weekly. In this edition of the show, Morris and Bozich have a two-part episode with Jess Settles of The ...

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          Donation Support Services Coordinator - Lifeline of Ohio - Network for Life - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page      
Consistent with the mission, vision and values of Lifeline of Ohio and LifeCenter, provides communication and compliance with all regulating, governing and...
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          Тайный рантье. Миллиардер Гордеев собрал крупный портфель коммерческой недвижимости      Cache   Translate Page      
Президент группы «ПИК» в беседе с Forbes признал, что связан с ТЦ Columbus Миллиардер Сергей Гордеев  впервые признал, что может иметь отношение к одному из крупнейших торговых центров Москвы Columbus у метро «Пражская». Это значит, что бизнесмен, который некогда успешно продал свои бизнес-центры структурам Михаила Гуцериева и Бориса Минца, вновь собирает портфель коммерческой недвижимости. Торговый центр Columbus […]
          Feds accuse vice officer of forcing women into sex      Cache   Translate Page      
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A longtime police officer forced women to have sex with him under threat of an arrest, pressured others to help cover up crimes, and lied to federal investigators when he said he’d never had sex with prostitutes, according to charges unveiled Monday. Columbus vice squad Officer Andrew Mitchell, 55, was arrested... Read More
          Columbus Energy Res : Update on Inniss-Trinity IPSC      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Patterson, Sharon      Cache   Translate Page      
Sharon Patterson Columbus 68, 11-Mar, Memorial Gunter Peel .
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           The 100 most interesting cars at the 2019 Amelia Island Auctions       Cache   Translate Page      

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The 2019 Amelia Island Concours d'Elegance continued to grow in stature and attendance this year, but it was the growing cluster of elite auctions surrounding the event that threw up the most interesting results. The collector car market is undergoing generational change, attracting a younger clientele driving prices below $500,000.

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OH-Columbus, Community Housing Network, Inc. (CHN) provides safe affordable rental housing and linkage to supportive services for people with disabilities and other special needs such as homelessness. CHN serves as a developer, owner and property manager, and facilitates access to rent subsidies and private housing. CHN is seeking a full-time Housing Managerto provide day-to-day coordination of third-party lan
          Bruins can’t dig out of hole, lose in Columbus      Cache   Translate Page      
COLUMBUS, Ohio — The Bruins last week became adept at overcoming two-goal deficits only to be reminded in Pittsburgh on Sunday that that’s no way to live in the NHL. Last night at Nationwide Arena, they tried a four-goal deficit on for size. The result? Another spirited comeback attempt, but another loss, as they dropped […]
          Satisfy your taste buds with a Taste of Clintonville      Cache   Translate Page      

See what goodies Clintonville has to offer with a Taste of Clintonville on Thursday, April 4 from 5 to 8 p.m.  This delicious event will take place at Mozart’s (4784 N. High St.) and is hosted by...

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Celebrate Pi Day with a chicken pot pie at Boston Market! On March 14, the chicken chain is giving customers a FREE chicken pot pie with the purchase of a pot pie and drink. The chicken pot pie is...

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          Bruins fall to Blue Jackets 7-4 for second-straight loss      Cache   Translate Page      
Boone Jenner got his first career hat trick to power the Columbus Blue Jackets to a 7-4 win over the Boston Bruins
          Manufacturing General Manager - DataRobot - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page      
DataRobot is one of the hottest AI start-ups in the world and Manufacturing has unlimited potential to take advantage of machine learning to transform their...
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          Life Sciences General Manager - DataRobot - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page      
DataRobot is one of the hottest AI start-ups in the world and Life Sciences has unlimited potential to take advantage of machine learning to transform their...
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          Finalists: PIANO (SOLO DIVISION), 2018-19      Cache   Translate Page      


The American Prize National Nonprofit Competitions in the Performing Arts, David Lazaar Katz, founder and chief judge, is pleased to announce FINALIST pianists for 2018-19 in the SOLO division.

Congratulations!

As the contests unfold, runners-up and winners will be selected from this list. To know the exact date when winners will be announced, please like our Facebook page or follow us on Twitter #AmericanPrize, where that information will be published first.

If you are not a finalist this year, please remember that the contests are not yet over. The American Prize reserves the right to award Honorable Mentions and Citations for Special Achievement to any contestant, regardless of final placement. TAP has honored a number of semi-finalists and quarter finalists in the past--to recognize a unique talent or focus, unusual repertoire, vital programming or outreach. Citations and Honorable Mentions are usually awarded at the same time as winners and runners-up, but can be presented at any time up to the last winners' announcement of the contest year.

All contestants are reminded they are responsible for the viability of their online links to audition materials. Those links must remain active until the end of the contest year. Questions, or to make us aware of any misprints in the listings below, please email: theamericanprize@gmail.com

We invite finalists to make the most of their selection by announcing it on their facebook page, tweeting the news, and including a link to this announcement on their website or blog. A sample announcement may be found at the end of the post.


NATIONAL FINALISTS: The American Prize in Piano Performance (solo)—professional division, 2018-19

Svetlana Belsky
Northbrook IL 
  
Matthew Bengtson
Saline MI 
  
Yi-Yang Chen
Johnson City TN 
    
Anchie Donn
West Hartford CT 
   
Jooyoung Kim
Fishers IN 
    
Jin Ah Kwon
Lewisville TX 
         
Hyojin Rhim
Forest Hills NY 
  
Reed Tetzloff
Forest Hills NY 
  
Olivia Xin Zhang
Lexington KY 



NATIONAL FINALISTS: The American Prize in Piano Performance (solo)—college/university division, 2018-19

Meilin Ai
Denton TX 
  
Nathan Cheung
Pleasanton CA 
  
Hyejin Cho
Ann Arbor MI 
 
Ahyoung Cho
East Lansing MI 
  
Hokyong Choi
Cambridge MA 
    
Anna Keiserman
Newark NJ 
    
Aoshuang Li
Beijing, China
  
Jane Liu
Cleveland OH 
  
Lingxu Peng
Wuhan Hubei, China
  
Christopher Richardson
Danville CA 
    
Cecilia Sakong
State College PA 
    
Wei-Yi Sun
Columbus OH 
    
John Wilson
Miami Beach FL 
  
Brian Woods
Winchester VA 
  
Yin Zhang
Lincoln NE 


NATIONAL FINALISTS: The American Prize in Piano Performance (solo)
—high school division, 2018-19


All semi-finalists in the high school division were advanced. The level of artistry was high and The American Prize feels that each contestant listed below is worthy of the encouragement (and evaluation) finalist selection provides. Congratulations!

Jane Bua
New York NY 
  
William Chang
San Francisco CA 
  
Jasper Heymann
New York NY 
  
Henry Jiaxiang Huang
Columbia MO 
  
Annika Huprikar
Deerfield IL 
  
Michael McClure
Kenmore NY 


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Finalists are encouraged to make the most of their selection by announcing it on social media and by including a link to this announcement on your website or blog.

Here is a sample announcement:

"Great News! I've just been selected as a FINALIST in the (blank) division of The American Prize national non-profit competitions in the performing arts. Here's the link: (copy link here). The American Prize will be announcing WINNERS in my division soon. You can learn more about this prestigious national competition here: www.theamericanprize.org or follow the news on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-American-Prize-celebrating-American-excellence-in-the-arts/214320622728 or Twitter: https://twitter.com/americanprize "

Please feel free to modify or expand this announcement to suit your needs.

Congratulations to all finalists!





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OH-Columbus, If you are a PHP Developer with Symfony experience, please read on! We are a fast-paced, well established company that has developed a cloud platform to provide companies an all in one financial tool. We are looking for a few developers to join our growing team and take our product to the next level. What You Will Be Doing *REMOTE POSITION* - Participate in the architecture and design of new and e
          2018’-19 Division III and IV All-Ohio Girls Basketball Teams      Cache   Translate Page      

COLUMBUS — The Division III and IV girls basketball All-Ohio teams were announced Tuesday, march 12 by a statewide media panel. The teams were selected by members of the Ohio Prep Sportswriters Association. On Wednesday, March 13 the Division I and II All-Ohio teams will be announced. The Ohio Ms. Basketball Award will be announced […]

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‘Creek resident runner-up at state BEAVERCREEK — Beavercreek resident Michael Baker, a senior student at Cincinnati La Salle High School, finished second in the Division I Individual State Wrestling Championship, held March 7-9 at the Jerome Schottenstein Center on the Ohio State University campus in Columbus. Baker, the Kettering District champion, lost to Hilliard Darby […]

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          Caregiver/Certified Home Health Aide (CHHA) - SYNERGY HomeCare - Trenton, NJ      Cache   Translate Page      
Hamilton, Trenton, Bordentown, East Windsor, Robbinsville, Columbus, Willingboro, Mt Holly, New Egypt, North Hanover, Browns Mills, Pemberton, Chesterfield, and...
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           Comment on Useless IMDB ratings by Anonymous       Cache   Translate Page      
dont matter, you are a big conformistic cretin "If anything your wrong because certain movies are rated by tens to hundreds of thousands…thats like not agreeing with everybody. you lost" You mean like Columbus in his time? Lol, you are such stupid cretin.
          Quito Tren Ecuador      Cache   Translate Page      
Der "Tren Ecuador" verbindet die Hauptstadt Quito mit der fruchtbaren Küstenregion Ecuadors. Eine akustische Zugreise von Columbus-Preisträger Thomas Becker.
          Cleveland School of Cannabis Announces Columbus Branch      Cache   Translate Page      
COLUMBUS, Ohio, March 13, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- The Cleveland School of Cannabis takes great pleasure in introducing our new educational facility located at 3700 Corporate Drive, Suite 125, in Columbus, Ohio 43231. CSC is the first State Approved Cannabis Career School in Ohio. This education is setting new standards that bring a level of prestige and professionalism to the cannabis industry. CSC's educational programs are designed by cannabis industry experts and lead to medical cannabis employment. Cleveland School of Cannabis was established in 2017, in Cleveland Ohio. CSC is opening a new branch to give local Columbus, Ohio residents the opportunity to enroll in its medical cannabis programs and acquire the jobs available in the industry from cultivation, to dispensary operations, to name a few.
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Address: Columbus Avenue And West Street New Haven, Connecticut
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2 separate dirt bikers on Columbus Ave this afternoon around 1:00. I was behind one in a ski mask, blue smoke coming out of the dirt bike, from Clemente school all the way to West Haven. The other ran through a stop sign behind me while turning from West St to Columbus.


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  A vice police officer in Columbus, Ohio, has been indicted by a federal grand jury on charges of allegedly forcing two women to have sex with him before he would release them. Andrew Mitchell, 55, a 31-year-veteran of the police force in Ohio’s state capital, is charged with holding two women against their will […]

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Date: June 7, 2019

Explore the southwest of Central Park with Central Park Conservancy tour guides, and see it like never before. From a planned military parade ground to the site commemorating a famous activist for peace, one of the most-visited areas of the Park has some secrets to share with even the most seasoned Park-goer!

Highlights of this tour include Maine Monument, the Children’s District, Sheep Meadow, Tavern on the Green, and Strawberry Fields.

Details

Meet: Columbus Circle Information Kiosk at West 59th Street and Central Park West. Map of the start location
Terrain: A few inclines.
Length of Tour: Approximately 90 minutes
Cost: Tickets $15 (Members $10);No groups, please. Purchase tickets online!

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Groups of seven or more must schedule a group tour three weeks in advance at tours@centralparknyc.org.

Start time: 2:00 pm

End time: 3:30 pm

Contact phone: (212) 310-6600

Location: Columbus Circle Information Kiosk (in Central Park)


          Secretary's Remarks: Keynote Address at CERAWeek      Cache   Translate Page      
Remarks
Michael R. Pompeo
Secretary of State
Hilton Americas-Houston Hotel
Houston, Texas
March 12, 2019


SECRETARY POMPEO: Thank you, Dan. Thank you all for joining me. I see you standing in the back. It’s like church, there’s empty pews in the front if you want to come up and grab a seat. I do think – is there anyone from the Petroleum Equipment Suppliers Association here? I’m pretty sure I’m the only former member to ever serve as Secretary of State, so you should put that right on the front of your web page. I think that’s legal.

Good evening, everyone, and thanks to you all for being here. I heard CERAWeek has been just spectacular. It’s quite a crowd. I’ve seen many of you here. I’ve had the chance to get to know many of you as well. People call Washington “the swamp,” and they call Houston “the bayou.” Now, I will tell you that they’re both the same in August in a suit and a tie, but there is – there’s one really big difference. One of the two works desperately to seek rents from its citizens, and the other works desperately to create wealth for the people who live there. I will leave to you which is which, but suffice to say, I’m glad to be in Houston.

It’s great to join so many foreign dignitaries and business leaders as well that operate all around the world. I’ll certainly spend a great deal of time tonight focused on the United States and the things I’m doing as America’s most senior diplomat, but it’s wonderful to see folks from all around the world who are involved in this important endeavor. Dan, thanks for your kind remarks. I’ve read Dan’s work for an awfully long time. You all are familiar with The Prize, but your ideas have informed me more broadly than that, more than just about energy. I’ll talk about The Commanding Heights. That’s a book that was written now 20-odd years ago, which I read in hardback. I paid full price, Dan.

MR YERGIN: Thank you.

SECRETARY POMPEO: But I think it’s important for what it is that I’m doing as Secretary of State. As Dan said, I spent a fair amount of time in the oil and gas industry. I ran a small company; it was called Sentry International. We made and sold mud pumps and swivels and hook blocks and downhole equipment, and we distributed sucker rod, so I know the industry well, the whole nine yards in oil and gas. I spent a lot of time in Midland, Odessa, Longview, and all kinds of – Oklahoma and Canada. Is there anybody from Lufkin here tonight? So my partners and I swore that we would listen to the quarterly conference call for Lufkin every quarter until they mentioned Sentry as destroying their business. We were small enough it never happened, but we continued to live in hope that we could compete and grow and prosper in the way that so many of you have.

My time as Secretary of State isn’t that far from – removed from what I did running that small company headquartered in Wichita, Kansas. The reason why is something you know; it’s obvious for all of you in the audience. Because we are now in the new age of discovery that history will remember as society changing in scale, and global changing. Instead of sailing off to new lands the way it was done old-school by Columbus and Magellan, we’re making discoveries right here in the United States of America right under our feet. And you all know that here in America we have the free enterprise system to thank for this modern-day miracle. And I want to talk about why that matters. Things like horizontal drilling and fracturing, the Shale Revolution, the oil derricks that dot the landscape all throughout the Permian Basin matters. New drilling technology and greater energy output are transforming American life and lives all around the world in the same way that the changes did when Spindletop first took place back in 1901. It was a game-changer, and what this industry is doing today is game-changing as well.

I travel the world some, and when I do and meet with my foreign minister counterparts or presidents or prime ministers, they’ll ask me how did America come to do this. How did you literally blow out American energy production to go from a place of scarcity to a place of massive exports. And I tell them that they should simply look at places like Midland, Texas, people that are willing to work their tails off, often without a college education, earn six-figure salaries and they run businesses themselves that have ‘Now Hiring’ signs hanging on their front doorstep. Look at places, too, like Kaktovik, Alaska, the polar bear capital of the United States of America. Their small native community is now working diligently to tap into the resources that they have under their feet. And you see this – you see this in towns like Wichita, Kansas, all across America, that the economic struggles, the lack of jobs that took place for a decade no longer have to be. We can continue to be the engine – and the energy – and as we can continue to be the engine that succeeds in building out the United States of America.

Now, recent history should remind us all that we’re not just producing energy for Americans. It’s never truly been the case, but less so now than ever before. Today, you all know we’re exporting crude oil at levels that were previously unimaginable. It took two partners to achieve that. It took our shale producers and risk-takers, and it took Congress lifting the oil export ban in 2015, which I voted for. You should all see me as I walk out and say thanks. (Laughter and applause.)

In August of last year, the United States surpassed Russia as the world’s top producer. When it comes to global supply, U.S. oil production rose at the fastest pace in history, the largest one-year increase in oil production that the world has ever seen. That’s awesome and it’s important.

After all, only about a decade ago, we did live in a world where we imported 60 percent of our oil, and now we’ve shrugged off that oak of energy dependence, not just thanks to oil, but we’re doing the same in natural gas today as well, and I know there’s more and even a brighter future there. We shouldn’t forget, too, about the incredible growth in renewable energy. I’m confident that the American system – leaving the commanding heights in the hands of private risk-takers – will allow that industry to continue to grow and export as well.

I had the chance to meet with Secretary Kissinger about two months ago, and I was asking about a handful of things, and he, 45 years ago, brought foreign ministers to his office to figure out how the world was going to deal with energy scarcity. A couple weeks back, I brought Dan into my office to talk about how the heck we were going to make sure we could get it from the American interior to the coast so that we could deliver this to foreign partners who are demanding this.

And there, I want to turn to the real focus, the main topic, what our newfound energy abundance means for American foreign policy, what you all can help me and President Trump deliver to the world.

It’s really – it’s very simple: Our plentiful oil supplies allow us to help our friends secure diversity for their energy resources. We don’t want our European allies hooked on Russian gas through the NordStream II project any more than we ourselves want to depend on Venezuela for our oil supplies.

This need, this desperate need for diversification is why we exported more crude oil last year to countries all across the globe. Places as diverse as India, Japan, China, the Republic of Korea, Italy, Ireland, the United Arab Emirates. The list is long. It’s why, shortly before the United States made its first LNG shipment to Europe, it made it to a place that people don’t think about, the country of Portugal that now has access to American energy resources.

You should all know – and I hope you have seen this. I’ve been doing this now all of 11 months, so I’ve got it all figured out. I hope you all have seen that my team at the State Department is working hard to expand these relationships. Last April, we formalized a commitment to bolster Vietnam’s energy security. In October, the State Department hosted its first dialogue with Australia on energy security. And these operations, these opportunities will just be the beginning.

But truth is, here’s my point: We’re not just exporting American energy, we’re exporting our commercial value system to our friends and to our partners. The more we can spread the United States model of free enterprise, of the rule of law, of diversity and stability, of transparency and transactions, the more successful the United States will be and the more successful and secure the American people will be.

Our model matters now, frankly, more than ever in an era of great power rivalry and competition where some nations are using their energy for malign ends, and not to promote prosperity in the way we do here in the West. They don’t have the values of freedom and liberty, of the rule of law that we do, and they’re using their energy to destroy ours.

Take China, just for starters. China’s illegal island-building in international waterways isn’t simply a security matter.

By blocking development in the South China Sea through coercive means, China prevents ASEAN members from accessing more than $2.5 trillion in recoverable energy reserves. To contrast, the United States Government promotes energy security for those Southeast Asian nations. We want countries in the region to have access to their own energy. We want to help them. We want to create partnerships. We want transparent transactions, not debt traps. We explore responsibly.

China doesn’t play by that same set of rules. Its values are simply different. You see that in places as diverse as Africa, where they often ship in their own labor, creating jobs for Chinese workers rather than for those in the local economy. It’s using the debt trap which I referred to just a moment ago to put these countries in a place where it isn’t a commercial transaction, it’s a political transaction designed to bring harm and political influence in the country in which they’re operating.

Many of you may not know this: China’s largest creditor today – excuse me, Latin America’s largest creditor today is China.

And we all know the story in Russia. It invaded Ukraine to gain access to oil and gas reserves. It in turn deprived Ukraine of the possibility of developing those resources for itself and using its pipelines and its networks to bring energy to its own people. Rather, it uses those pipelines to put pressure – political pressure – on the people of Ukraine.

The story isn’t too terribly different in Syria. Assad covets the oil fields to the east of the Euphrates River in the eastern part of the country. He wants those resources, he wants those wealth to continue to impoverish the people of Syria, and use those resources for himself and the cronies who are around him.

Perhaps there’s no clearer example than in Iran. Iran uses its energy exports to exert undue influence all across the Middle East, most particularly today on Iraq. While the United States is working to develop an independent, sovereign Iraq, Iran is using its energy to create a vassal state. We have worked hard over the past months to reduce the flow of Iranian crude oil around the world, to convince the Iranian leadership to protect its citizens and deliver to its citizens what it is they’re asking for, and to reduce the risk of terror and instability throughout the Middle East.

There could not be more of a contrast about how America uses its energy resources than how the leaders of the Islamic Republic of Iran use their.

And finally, as we see in the headlines today, Cuba props up Venezuela’s Maduro regime. That’s because Venezuela ships 50,000-some-odd barrels of oil today at a subsidized price to Cuba, providing roughly 30 percent of its overall energy needs.

You all, the wealth that you’re creating here in the United States, can change that. Look, this is the world we live in. The good news is that we know how our model is superior. And as Daniel Yergin wrote in that book back in 1998, it is markets, not governments, that have proven more adept from the commanding heights. But our way of life, our business model, and our future aren’t things that we can take for granted. There is no certainty that this model will continue.

The Trump administration is working strongly, based on its firmly held conviction that we must further America’s interests by widening the tools we have available to our diplomats, especially the tool of American energy abundance. You all know this: It’s a complex, interconnected world. You have partnerships with companies all across the globe, and the United States has to compete. We have to create energy security for those all around the world. And we can do this. We can do this by partnership, by American diplomats working to ensure that markets are open for American businesses all around the world.

There are three ways. First, we can do this through facilitating investment. We do that by creating the engine for capital formation here in the United States. Foreign firms have invested more than 100 billion in the U.S. shale sector just since 2008. Twenty percent of these investments were joint investments between foreign companies and American companies. We can continue to promote that.

You won’t see this in many other places, but there are places. In Southeast Asia, the United States is the single largest source of cumulative foreign investment. And the State Department has played an important role in helping investors make good decisions and getting access. An example is our program about the Indo-Pacific being open. We call it the Asia Edge Initiative. It helps Indo-Pacific partners import, produce, and deploy their own energy resources.

The second way, other than investment, is we can promote energy security by encouraging countries to partner with the United States all around the world. And I’ve seen this at work. We’re reminding them that we’re simply better to do business with than Russia, China, or Iran. Our deals come with no hidden strings attached, our contracts are clear, our motives unambiguous.

On recent trips, my State Department colleagues and I have been touting the high standards of transparency, responsible financing, and adherence to the rule of law that American companies bring along with them. It’s what you all are known for, what American businesses are known for.

I’ll give you a good example. I was in Warsaw now – oh, goodness, it must have been three or four weeks ago. I was with Foreign Minister Czaputowicz. He and I were discussing how we can diversify the Polish energy supply, not only with energy but with routes and with the types of fuels that we can deliver to them. We’re making progress. We’re accomplishing parts of that mission. We’re doing it with the help of countries[1] like Sempra Energy, like Cheniere and Venture Global LNG. They’re helping destroy the Russian monopoly on Polish energy.

And although it’s certainly the case that our firms will benefit financially, this isn’t just about dollars and cents for American companies. It’s about America’s national security. It’s about Russian influence peddling and the need to stop it. We must bring this to an end, and you all can be an important part of that.

It was Winston Churchill who once said when it comes to energy security, quote, “safety and certainty … lie in variety and in variety alone.”

That may not be quite true, but it’s certainly an important thing for each of us to think about and American diplomats to help you deliver on. We commend countries like Croatia for what they’re doing with the LNG terminal on Krk Island, as well as Lithuania for taking similar steps to diversify and acquire energy away from the Russian footprint.

That brings me to the third and final way that the State Department can help achieve this national security through energy abundance. We’re pushing bad actors – those who use their energy towards malign ends – off the target.

I talked about Iran. You know its role in global energy markets. We know that role is diminishing. Its exports have tanked due to our pressure campaign, and we have every intention of driving Iranian oil exports to zero just as quickly as we can.

We’ll continue with sanctions until Iran behaves in the way normal nations do, without threatening assassination campaigns in Europe, conducting terror campaigns throughout Syria and Iraq, without underwriting Hizballah. These are the ways that energy can keep Americans, Europeans, and Western countries all more secure.

And we’re committed to doing this. We’re committed to using all of the economic tools at our disposal in Venezuela, where our sanctions to date on Venezuela kicked in back in January. We are hoping and working towards a good outcome there.

We need to continue to build our energy security in the ways I’ve described. We need to roll up our sleeves and compete by facilitating investment all across the world and encouraging partners to buy from us and by punishing bad actors.

The State Department wants to work with each and every one in this room tonight, American companies and foreign companies alike. We want to achieve these goals because we think we have the model that will make not only America but the world more secure.

In the days ahead, you should know, America will continue to be asked to meet the world’s energy demand, especially in places like the Indo-Pacific. Our private partners are essential to that. The private sector will be absolutely instrumental. It certainly can’t be done if the commanding heights are handed to the government. But neither private enterprise nor the federal government can do it alone. We need each other. It is American producers, working in tandem with American diplomats, who can create this stability and prosperity all around the world.

As I close and prepare to take questions from Dan, I want to encourage the rest of the world to get on board with this project. Come follow America’s energy blueprint, which is to innovate, not subjugate; to contribute, not to coerce; to allow markets to command the heights.

At least for the rest of my lifetime, the world will need oil and gas and petrochemicals to produce gasoline, to produce jet fuel, fertilizers, and pharmaceuticals.

We should consider ourselves pretty darn lucky here in the United States. We’ve worked hard. But in the age of the new discovery, our shared ability to provide these things is now greater than at any other point of history, and we need to keep it that way. I know that you’ll work alongside, as you should know that America’s State Department will continue to work alongside you.

Thank you for being here. May God bless you and may God bless the United States of America. (Applause.)

MR YERGIN: Thank you, Mr. Secretary. That was great.

SECRETARY POMPEO: Thank you.

MR YERGIN: Thank you, Mr. Secretary (inaudible) heights. (Laughter.)

SECRETARY POMPEO: Available in the lobby.

MR YERGIN: Or online.

SECRETARY POMPEO: Or online, yes.

MR YERGIN: Yes. As – you described this massive growth in abundance, and I guess when you met Secretary Kissinger, your predecessor, he must’ve been a little envious of the position, given what --

SECRETARY POMPEO: Yes.

MR YERGIN: Yes.

SECRETARY POMPEO: I think so.

MR YERGIN: Yeah. So you’ve described the objectives. How is this abundance affecting the role of the State Department itself?

SECRETARY POMPEO: So this has always been – I mean, the State Department has 1,700-plus economic officers whose mission it is around the world – we’re in 180-plus embassies – whose mission is to ensure that American companies get a fair shake, a real opportunity. Our task now is to make sure we understand what it is you do, that we have the context for what it is you’re trying to achieve. These diplomats haven’t, for the most part, lived their life in the energy sector, so these are fields with which they may well not be familiar. But we’re determined, and President Trump and I have both made clear that one of our missions is to make sure that our team knows that, that our team is on the field, that we’re in every corner of the world working to make sure that American companies have access without tariffs, without non-tariff barriers, all the things that you see in the news. And you should, if you haven’t – if you operate in a country and you haven’t reached out to your embassy, America’s embassy, you must do that. If you’re in Washington, stop in, meet with Assistant Secretary Fannon and our team. We’re determined to work alongside to understand and be able to help you all deliver the energy security that I described in my remarks.

MR YERGIN: This evening you’ve mentioned, and in other important speeches, the Indo-Pacific concept. And how do you see the role of the U.S. position itself in terms of the overall growing competition in the region?

SECRETARY POMPEO: So the challenge that’s presented to America and to the world by China is different than one that we’ve confronted before. Our National Security Strategy defines how we think about China in the Trump administration. There are many differences, but one of the most fundamental is we’ve never had another country of the scale of China, with the military of the scale of China’s, that has now expanded into space and property that they do not have a lawful claim to, but with which America has such a deep, intertwined economic and commercial set of relationships. It was often the case, as it is with certain countries today, that we don’t have those commercial relationships, so we move away and try and drive them out of the marketplace. China is more complicated and more difficult, but no less challenging to ensuring that America’s wealth creation engine is around 10 and 20 and 30 years from now.

In the Indo-Pacific proper, I don’t travel to any country in Asia, South Asia, Southeast Asia where energy isn’t a topic. I will be honest; where – depending on where I am, they mention it either in public or in private. Many of them don’t have the capacity on their own to stand up to the coercive behavior of China, where China moves in and attempts to use its economic clout to influence and control their government. They all welcome companies from the United States. They welcome American capacity for the rule of law. They may not always say this, they may not always speak their mind publicly, but know that I have literally not met a single one of those countries or leaders from one of those countries that didn’t want a more American opportunity, more American resources, more American technology and innovation as part of the mix.

MR YERGIN: You spoke about the Middle East. And of course, the Middle East is always a central question, but your Middle East Strategic Alliance is a unique approach. How does energy fit into that and how do you see the Middle East Strategic Alliance working with the other organizations in the group, like the Gulf Cooperation Council?

SECRETARY POMPEO: So the Middle East Strategic Alliance is still in its very formative stages. There’s still a lot of work to do. We have multiple pillars that we’re trying to build an alliance around – the Gulf states, Egypt, Jordan – to create a stability in the Middle East that has been something that the world has longed for for decades, you might argue centuries; for an awfully long time. A set of countries that are largely likeminded; we all know they have their challenges and their conflicts, they think about parts of their portfolio differently, but there’s an enormous amount of overlap as well.

And so one of the pillars is the economic pillar, where they’ll compete, right. They’ll sell their product, their gas from Qatar, the oil from Saudi Arabia. Wherever it may be, they’ll go compete. But there are lots of places where they can work together. And so if you combine economic understandings, diplomatic understandings, military understandings, each of these pillars, we think there’s a way to build an alliance that we have not seen there before. It’ll take us a bit, it won’t be straightforward, it’ll be bumpy. But we think there are a set of common threats that are different than at any time in recent history that provides an opportunity to get these folks to come together.

It will work alongside other institutions in the Gulf – OPEC, the GCC, all of these other institutions that exist and predate what we’re trying to do with MESA. We don’t think this drives them out, but we think it provides another forum, another place for these countries to work together, most importantly on pure national security issues.

MR YERGIN: Right, so this is something that will evolve over the next months or --

SECRETARY POMPEO: So we – fits and starts along the different pillars, but we do hope over the next several months we make a big step and get pieces of this reduced to paper, where countries can provide their input, respond, and we can be thoughtful about how to approach it so that perhaps by the end of the year, we’ve made substantial progress.

MR YERGIN: Well, you do bring unique perspective to energy questions having been in the industry, and at the same time now, where you sit in your responsibilities. And if you think broadly about the role of private sector, government working together, each of them contributing to energy security, prosperity, how do you see that balance?

SECRETARY POMPEO: Tell me what you’re thinking, Dan. What do you mean?

MR YERGIN: Well, the role of each, what do you expect from the private sector in terms of – and the nature of the cooperation.

SECRETARY POMPEO: So for those of you out there that need a lathe operator, I’m the first Secretary of State that can actually run a lathe, so if this whole diplomatic thing falls through, I’m ready to get back at it. The truth of the matter is the most stable places in the world are ones that have deep economic relationships with the United States of America. What – my expectation for you is that you will go out and try and crush it every day, and create wealth for your shareholders, great opportunities for your employees, that you’ll go build your business successfully not only here in the United States, but you’ll do it all across the world as well. Our task is here, domestically, not my portfolio, but to create a set of rules for capital formation, and a regulatory environment in which you can grow and prosper. And then my task is to make sure you’ve got every opportunity to go compete.

I – of all the challenges – I laid out half a dozen maybe there, Dan, in the remarks. I could have gone on to another half a dozen pretty readily. I don’t think anyone should ever bet against the United States of America. I am convinced that if diplomatically and through using the American force for good in the world, if we get you out there and get you a chance to compete, you’ll do fantastic, you’ll excel. I remind my team – and this is a bit of a discourse, but I think it’s – when I remind my team all the time, our presence matters. People not only see what we’re doing diplomatically, the things we’re asking of these countries to do, sometimes for themselves, sometimes for our mutual interests, but they watch how we behave. We treat each other with respect. We understand the rule of law. We have court systems that are functional and work. We work hard; we tell the truth. These fundamental things that happen when American companies show up, other countries see. And so whatever the value proposition that they’re evaluating, you should know that the fact that this traditional set of liberty, freedom, and a willingness to work hard matters in a lot of these places as well, and I think America will benefit from that a long time. And so if I were betting, I’d bet on us.

MR YERGIN: Right. Well, Mr. Secretary, your message is not only to the Americans in the audience but there are about 75 other countries here, and I think it’s an important message to both sets of people about the nature of the partnership and the division that you’ve outlined. So we thank you very much for coming to join us this evening and sharing this view of energy and U.S. foreign policy and what’s ahead. So thank you very much.

SECRETARY POMPEO: Thank you, Dan. Thank you all very much. Thank you. (Applause.)


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          Pre-foreclosure in Columbus, OH for $296,000 - Bed/Baths: 4/4 #29159775      Cache   Translate Page      
Location: Columbus, Franklin County - OH, Zipcode: 43085, Code: 29159775, Price: $296,000, Bed/Baths: 4/4, Style: Single Family
          Pre-foreclosure in Columbus, OH for $211,000 - Bed/Baths: 3/3 #29159776      Cache   Translate Page      
Location: Columbus, Franklin County - OH, Zipcode: 43213, Code: 29159776, Price: $211,000, Bed/Baths: 3/3, Style: Single Family
          Pre-foreclosure in Columbus, OH for $155,000 - Bed/Baths: 3/3 #29159778      Cache   Translate Page      
Location: Columbus, Franklin County - OH, Zipcode: 43219, Code: 29159778, Price: $155,000, Bed/Baths: 3/3, Style: Single Family
          Pre-foreclosure in Columbus, OH for $189,000 - Bed/Baths: 4/3 #29159780      Cache   Translate Page      
Location: Columbus, Franklin County - OH, Zipcode: 43232, Code: 29159780, Price: $189,000, Bed/Baths: 4/3, Style: Single Family
          Pre-foreclosure in Columbus, OH for $132,000 - Bed/Baths: 3/2 #29159785      Cache   Translate Page      
Location: Columbus, Franklin County - OH, Zipcode: 43232, Code: 29159785, Price: $132,000, Bed/Baths: 3/2, Style: Single Family
          Pre-foreclosure in Columbus, OH for $206,000 - Bed/Baths: 4/2 #29159786      Cache   Translate Page      
Location: Columbus, Franklin County - OH, Zipcode: 43213, Code: 29159786, Price: $206,000, Bed/Baths: 4/2, Style: Single Family
          Pre-foreclosure in Columbus, OH for $37,000 - Bed/Baths: 3/2 #29159787      Cache   Translate Page      
Location: Columbus, Franklin County - OH, Zipcode: 43211, Code: 29159787, Price: $37,000, Bed/Baths: 3/2, Style: Single Family
          Pre-foreclosure in Columbus, OH for $125,000 - Bed/Baths: 4/2 #29159790      Cache   Translate Page      
Location: Columbus, Franklin County - OH, Zipcode: 43232, Code: 29159790, Price: $125,000, Bed/Baths: 4/2, Style: Single Family
          Pre-foreclosure in Columbus, OH for $54,000 - Bed/Baths: 3/2 #29159791      Cache   Translate Page      
Location: Columbus, Franklin County - OH, Zipcode: 43206, Code: 29159791, Price: $54,000, Bed/Baths: 3/2, Style: Single Family
          Pre-foreclosure in Columbus, OH for $157,000 - Bed/Baths: 4/2 #29159792      Cache   Translate Page      
Location: Columbus, Franklin County - OH, Zipcode: 43230, Code: 29159792, Price: $157,000, Bed/Baths: 4/2, Style: Single Family
          Pre-foreclosure in Columbus, OH for $110,000 - Bed/Baths: 3/2 #29159794      Cache   Translate Page      
Location: Columbus, Franklin County - OH, Zipcode: 43228, Code: 29159794, Price: $110,000, Bed/Baths: 3/2, Style: Single Family
          Pre-foreclosure in Columbus, OH for $65,000 - Bed/Baths: 3/2 #29159795      Cache   Translate Page      
Location: Columbus, Franklin County - OH, Zipcode: 43224, Code: 29159795, Price: $65,000, Bed/Baths: 3/2, Style: Single Family
          Pre-foreclosure in Columbus, OH for $171,000 - Bed/Baths: 3/2 #29159796      Cache   Translate Page      
Location: Columbus, Franklin County - OH, Zipcode: 43229, Code: 29159796, Price: $171,000, Bed/Baths: 3/2, Style: Single Family
          Pre-foreclosure in Columbus, OH for $202,000 - Bed/Baths: 4/2 #29159797      Cache   Translate Page      
Location: Columbus, Franklin County - OH, Zipcode: 43203, Code: 29159797, Price: $202,000, Bed/Baths: 4/2, Style: Single Family
          Pre-foreclosure in Columbus, OH for $273,000 - Bed/Baths: 4/3 #29159798      Cache   Translate Page      
Location: Columbus, Franklin County - OH, Zipcode: 43230, Code: 29159798, Price: $273,000, Bed/Baths: 4/3, Style: Single Family
          Pre-foreclosure in Columbus, OH for $82,000 - Bed/Baths: 2/2 #29159784      Cache   Translate Page      
Location: Columbus, Franklin County - OH, Zipcode: 43231, Code: 29159784, Price: $82,000, Bed/Baths: 2/2, Style: Condo/Townhome
          Pre-foreclosure in Columbus, OH for $382,000 - Bed/Baths: 4/2 #29159783      Cache   Translate Page      
Location: Columbus, Franklin County - OH, Zipcode: 43202, Code: 29159783, Price: $382,000, Bed/Baths: 4/2,
          Pre-foreclosure in Columbus, OH for $73,000 - Bed/Baths: 4/2 #29159788      Cache   Translate Page      
Location: Columbus, Franklin County - OH, Zipcode: 43219, Code: 29159788, Price: $73,000, Bed/Baths: 4/2,
          On s'en ira en Italie #288      Cache   Translate Page      
Agosti, Paola : Roma - Hotel Columbus, salone, interno - Ritratto maschile - Yehudi Menuhin, violinista statunitense naturalizzato svizzero, 1992.

[Menuhin, le 12 mars 1999. Aussi clic-clic Soupault, Riopelle, John Cazale et Charlie Parker, Soupault encore via John Cale, Howard Fast, Maximilien, forever young et la Spartacus Brigade : Yes Madrid was wunderbar.]

          Columbus Business Owner Sentenced For Using N-Word Against Black Motorist      Cache   Translate Page      
A white Columbus business owner caught on video using the 'n-word' against a black man during a road rage incident last year was sentenced recently to a suspended six-months in jail and a 500 dollar fine.
          City Attorney Dismissing Open Cases Involving Vice Detective Facing Criminal Charges      Cache   Translate Page      
The Columbus City Attorney's office is dismissing any open and pending cases involving vice detective Andrew Mitchell, who was charged Monday with holding women against their will and forcing them to engage in sex acts for their freedom.
          Columbus Council Approves Tax Breaks For Abbott Labs And Four Other Firms      Cache   Translate Page      
Columbus City Council last night approved tax breaks for five companies that officials say will retain or create a total of 723 jobs.
          Bar Boulud or Lincoln Ristorante pre-show?      Cache   Translate Page      
Bar Boulud has a restaurant in the Columbus Circle shopping mall but there is also a Bar Boulud restaurant right across the street from Lincoln Center on Broadway between 63rd and 64th Streets. Both locations have been around for many years. Both good.
          Harren invests in Velosio      Cache   Translate Page      
Columbus, Ohio-based Velosio, a provider of business management solutions for companies, has secured an undisclosed amount of funding. The investor was Harren Equity Partners.
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H. C. Leupold on the Six Day Creation

How To Detect False Teachers in the Lutheran Church

Another Disgraceful Issue of Christian News

The Conflict Of Fundamentalism And Modernism by Leander Keyser - Lutheran Library Publishing Ministry – "Faithful to the Reformation"

A Short Devotion - God Knows - Comfort for Christians

When Will the Clergy Start Listening to the Laity Who Study?

John Sparky Brenner's Jars of Clay Cover-Up

Navigation for the LCMS Mythology Posts

ELCA - A Grand Tour of Failing Seminaries

Another Lutheran Seminary That Couldn't - Trinity, Columbus

The Harvey Weinstein Synods Worry about Tuxes

Did Ricky Johnson, Resigned from WELS, Start His Own Parish?

Ricky Johnson Chapped Jon-Boy's Hide

Bishop to Bishop, The Strange Case of DeJaynes and Heiser

Jason Ewart Introduced by Mark and Avoid Jeske

Navigation Page for Jason Ewart

How Did WELS Extend the Left Foot of Fellowship to Ewart?

Universalism in the LCMS - Chad Bird

Bethany Lutheran Greek Lessons To Begin - Saved Videos List

Lutheran Books To Read How To Spot Them - over 2,000 Views

Murders Most Foul - WELS - over 3,000 views

Putting To Rest Jay Webber's Absurd and Ignorant Claim - Luther as OJist - 2,000 views

Luther's Thee Gospel Sermons on False Prophets

The Fault Is Not in ELDONUTs - Bishops

The New Edition of Thy Strong Word

WELS Takes in All-Gay Congregation

Luther's Sermon for Cantate Sunday - John 16:5-15

LCMS - Darwin Schauer Arrested - Previous Record!

Community Church of Joy - Church Growth

Is He Even a Pastor?

Page 15 Explained - Holy Communion - From The Lutheran Hymnal

Lutherdom's Major Crime List

Crime Watch in Lutherdom

John the Booze Brothers

Pub Theolog - WELS Already Known for Its Alcoholic Clergy

WELS Teacher Anthony Natalie - Arrest

Institute of Lutheran Theology

Victory of the Lamb - WELS

Recovering from an Abusive Cult

WELS DP Bullies Council into Rehiring Fired Pastor -4500 views

The Error of Modern Missouri - Classic Book

Catholic, Lutheran, Protestant - The Only Book That Explains...

Basics of Pietism

Avoid These Topics on a Nominal Lutheran Blog

We Must Believe for Ourselves - But What Does Mark Schroeder Say?

Are Synods Necessary?

We Built This Synod on Rock and Roll - Hymn

CN Story on Matt Harrison - Not Found Elsewhere

Otten Accuses Harrison of Sexual Harassment Settlement - 6600 views

WELS Discussions on Facebook - More Than 17,000 views

WELS Discussions on Facebook II - More Than 13,000 views

WELS New Ulm Pastor Arrested - 5,000 views

Beneficial Creatures

Jesuit in the Vatican - Misdirection of the Eyes

Mark and Avoid Jeske's Latest Extravaganzas - Change or Die!

LCMS St. John Associate Pastor - On Grindr like WELS Zak Stowe

Jeske Covers for "Victime" Dave Wendt in Bizarre Post

Oh Jay! Webber Lying about UOJ Dogma

Horst Gutsche and the ELCA-WELS-ELCiC-CLC (sic)

WELS Nathan Fager

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          Bruins Drop Second Straight Game [VIDEO]      Cache   Translate Page      
John Tortorell's Columbus Blue Jackets played like a team trying to inch their way into the NHL playoffs. The Boston Bruins played like a tired team coming off a long win streak. The end result, CBJ 7 Bruins 4. Continue reading…
          Part Time Event Specialist _PSS      Cache   Translate Page      
OH-Columbus, Summary Part Time Event Specialist Are you outgoing and enjoy interacting with people? If promoting brand awareness through product demonstration sounds appealing, then our Part Time Job is the right fit for you! We are looking for Brand Ambassadors to engage customers by promoting products to increase sales. If you have experience in food services, retail, and/or customer service or simply enjoy
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TUESDAY’S RESULTS Home Team in Caps Dallas 2, BUFFALO 0 PITTSBURGH 5, Washington 3 COLUMBUS 7, Boston 4 MONTREAL 3, Detroit 1 Arizona 3, ST LOUIS 1 San Jose 5, WINNIPEG 4 CALGARY 9, New Jersey 4 ANAHEIM 3, Nashville 2
          CASTLE, Joe      Cache   Translate Page      
CASTLE, Joe 80, of Enon, passed away Monday, March 11, 2019 in Springfield Regional Medical Center. Joe was born September 5, 1938 in Columbus, Ohio...
          Digital Print Operator (large format) - Taylor Corporation - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page      
Experience using Caldera or similar RIP software is a plus! Taylor Communications Inc....
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          Digital Print Production Operator - G&J Pepsi-Cola Bottlers - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page      
Onyx Software, Caldera RIP Software. Background in Onyx and /or Caldera RIP software required. The ideal candidate will have 3 years’ experience in digital...
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          2 Girls 1 Fight -“OnMySoul”-      Cache   Translate Page      
2 hood chicks throw down and fight in Columbus Ohio near Cleveland Ave and 18th St. I was just drivi
          (Columbus, GA) Gloss Finish Taurus Judge with box and ammo - $ 470      Cache   Translate Page      
a very nice taurus judge with a gloss finish that has not had many rounds put through it and has the original box and everything that came with it along with a few boxes of specialty ammo for it. also if I remember correctly it is a 2 3/4inch gun. if you are interested or have an offer feel free to contact me. not really looking for any trades mainly cash. 
          SAP TM onshore Coordinator      Cache   Translate Page      
OH-Columbus, SAP TM onshore cooridnator 8 + years SAP TM consultant. Knowledge in ECC intergration. Freightrater tool Delivery and shipment management. Tendering process Team lead, CSI implementation, collobrate with business. Onshore Coordinatior SAP TM consultant. Knowledge in ECC intergration. Freightrater tool Delivery and shipment management. Tendering process Skills:SD,TM
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          Java Software Engineer, Columbus, OH - Accenture - Clarksburg, WV      Cache   Translate Page      
Job candidates will not be obligated to disclose sealed or expunged records of conviction or arrest as part of the hiring process....
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          Full Metal Hipster #19 - Getting Filthy With Collin And Jack From MARANATHA      Cache   Translate Page      

On this episode of the Metal Hipster I spoke to Collin and Jack from Columbus, Ohio's Maranatha. This is an...

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          Ägg, tulpaner och keramik      Cache   Translate Page      


På vår lokala handelsträdgård Rönne Trädgård odlas det tulpaner i mängd, lyxigt med närodlad färgprakt! 

Min absoluta favoritsort är Columbus. En dubbel tulpan som först ser lite oansenlig ut med sina små aprikosa knoppar - men när den slår ut blir den ljuvligt rosa med vita kanter. Ju längre den står desto mer rosa blir den. Fantastisk!





Kannan är drejad i sandfärgad stengodslera och så har jag testat att dreja små skålar på klös som jag satt samman till en ägghållare. 



Det tycker jag blev kul! 

Och vet ni - dom här äggen har vi inte ätit upp - för dom åkte i äggkläckaren och just precis i detta nu kläcks det kycklingar! 10 stycken har kämpat sig ut ur sina skal, och det kommer fler! 
Bildbevis snart..




          Kaleb Wesson's returning at the right time for Ohio State basketball      Cache   Translate Page      
COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Ohio State will face Indiana in the first round of the Big Ten tournament after ending the season with an 18-13 (8-12 Big Ten) record. The eighth-seeded Buckeyes will also see the return of their leading scorer Kaleb Wesson who was serving a three-game suspension for violating an Ohio
          Sr. iOS Developer      Cache   Translate Page      
OH-Columbus, One of Our client is looking for Sr. iOS Developer who can Provide technology solutions for projects and daily support. Provide mobile initiatives (enhancements or project), including design, develop, test, document, deploy, support and sustain the mobile apps (iPhone, iPad) interface and libraries, collaborate with UX for product definition and use cases and assist with defining technical and fun
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          Bad Faith Claim Dismissed; Classification Of Disability Was Not Made In Bad Faith      Cache   Translate Page      
COLUMBUS, Ohio - A bad faith claim cannot stand because the insured failed to prove that the defendant insurers acted in bad faith in classifying the insured's disability as being caused by a sickness rather than an injury, an Ohio federal judge said Feb. 19 (Mukesh R. Shah, M.D. v. Metropolitan Life Insurance Co., et al., No. 16-1124, S.D. Ohio, 2019 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 25695).
          SAVE THE DATE: Sacred Choral Reading Session August 2019      Cache   Translate Page      
Stanton’s is pleased to welcome Jay Rouse for the first time as our clinician for the August Church Choral Music reading session, and we invite you to join us at Overbrook Presbyterian Church (4131 N. High Street, Columbus OH 43214) on... Read More ›
           Comment on Contest of the bizarre in the spiritual world by Sibs Chivasa Columbus       Cache   Translate Page      
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          Nonprofits Receive over $100,000 in Funding at Philanthropitch      Cache   Translate Page      

Seven local nonprofits took the stage at Speaker Jo Ann Davidson Theatre to pitch for funding at the inaugural Philanthroptich Columbus. Sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Columbus and co-hosted by SocialVentures, the social impact fast pitch competition gave nonprofits the chance to present their ideas for earned revenue models to support the work of […]

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          Operational Team Member - Drexel Building Supply - Columbus, WI      Cache   Translate Page      
Uber-Positive enthusiastic winning attitude! Your favorite color is blue, or you are willing to make it blue! You strive to always be better than you were... $40,000 - $50,000 a year
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          Rockbridge Acquires Halycon, An Independent Luxury Hotel In Cherry Creek, CO      Cache   Translate Page      
COLUMBUS, OH–Rockbridge announces the acquisition of Halcyon, located in Cherry Creek, Denver’s affluent submarket and high-end shopping district. The 154-room luxury ...
          Accounting Audit Associate      Cache   Translate Page      
OH-Columbus, Kearney & Company provides financial services exclusively to the Federal Government, including auditing, consulting, and technology services. Our commitment to our employees and clients as well as to dedication and trust, critical values to our Firm, have led to Kearney's recognition as one of the leading accounting firms in the country. Based on our employees' feedback, we are also consistently r
          Somerville represented at St. Pat’s celebration      Cache   Translate Page      
(L to R) former Somerville Ward 3 Alderman Bob McWatters, Boston Mayor Marty Walsh, and Zac Zasloff at Senator Sal Didemenico’s St. Patrick’s Day Celebration on Friday, March 8, at the Charlestown Knights of Columbus. Several elected officials tried out their best jokes at the event that featured laughs, food and song, and included an […]
           Comment on U.S. official suggests Italy avoid China’s Belt and Road plan by Joseph       Cache   Translate Page      
The Italian may think they are superior today, but in the renaissance time, they felt superior only to other Europeans. The fact is, the European was so backward in the time that they called the Dark Ages that the Italians would boast prestiges because knew more since they traded with the wider world, the Moslems. As Steve points out, the Europeans were Catholic Jihadists. They went to the Crusade not only to fight for their god, but to plunder the Moslems, thus the legend of the Knight Templar's treasure. Some story about mythical far away land would certainly attract fascinations than boring Bibble's story about how God would bully them if they did not obey him. Many Chinese stuffs were on the Middle East market at the time. The design of Columbus' ships to the new world was said to be three-mast scout ship of Zhenghe's fleet obtained by Nicole De Conti from some Arab traders.
          Inside Sales Specialist - Analytical Instruments      Cache   Translate Page      
OH-Columbus, About Mettler Toledo Working at Mettler Toledo means you are impacting the world in important ways. Our precision measuring devices span the world's laboratories, production facilities, and retail stores. We manufacture, sell, and service instruments that detect, measure, and weigh - from the infinitely small to the largest of vehicles or airplanes. We help feed the world. We impact how food is pr
          Faedah SEO Untuk Usaha Anda      Cache   Translate Page      
SEO yaitu satu diantara arti yang paling salah serta disalahpahami dalam dunia pemasaran. Biarlah saya menerangkan bagaimana langkahnya! Beberapa waktu terakhir saya berkunjung ke sebagian client situs serta calon pelanggan kami tentang SEO. Saya temukan begitu tidak disayangkan mengenai satu diantara pertanyaan yang paling umum " Bagaimana saya dapat memperoleh tempat tertinggi di hasil pencarian Google? " " Apa faedah SEO untuk usaha saya? " " Apakah saya betul-betul mesti selalu maju dengan Pakar SEO untuk website situs usaha saya? " " Bagaimana caranya kerja SEO untuk memperoleh keuntungan yang baik? " Bukanlah hal yang aneh kalau pelanggan saya sudah dirundung kemarahan oleh telemarketer yang menjanjikan hasil pencarian tertinggi atau menanggung cantuman pencarian tertinggi hingga saya terasa butuh kembalikan kembali banyak hal yang mereka yakini benar.

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          Spirit Airlines set to serve Hollywood Burbank Airport      Cache   Translate Page      
Lights, camera, less money, more go! Spirit Airlines is getting ready for its close-up as the airline announces it will soon serve Hollywood Burbank Airport (BUR). Beginning June 20, 2019, Spirit (NYSE: SAVE) will begin nonstop flights three times daily between Burbank and McCarran International Airport (LAS) in Las Vegas. The three daily flights will not only offer convenient service between two entertainment hubs, but Las Vegas will act as a gateway to more than two dozen other Spirit destinations across the United States, including Austin, Columbus, Pittsburgh, Minneapolis, Indianapolis, Fort Lauderdale, Tampa, Baltimore, New Orleans, and Philadelphia. The service will complement Spirit’s existing service from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) to Las Vegas.
          Summer Residential Life Counselor - Male Counselor Needed - Summer Discovery - Columbus, OH      Cache   Translate Page      
UCSB – UCLA – Colorado University, Boulder – University of Texas, Austin – University of Michigan – Georgetown University – UPenn – University of Miami - Johns...
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          Five Videos Of Jam Skating (African American Styles Of Skate Dancing In Roller Skating Rinks)      Cache   Translate Page      
Edited by Azizi Powell

This is Part II of a two part pancocojams series on African American originated dancing/gymnastic roller skating styles that are in indoor skating rinks. These roller skating activities and their various regional styles are sometimes referred to as "soul skating".

Part II showcases videos of "jam skating" (also known as "soul skating") from various cities throughout the United States.

Selected comments from some of these videos' discussion threads are also included in this post.

Click https://pancocojams.blogspot.com/2019/03/article-excerpts-about-jam-skating_13.html for Part I of this series. Part I provides information about "jam skating".

The content of this post is presented for historical, cultural, and aesthetic purposes.

All copyrights remain with their owners.

Thanks to all those who are quoted in this post.
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Click http://pancocojams.blogspot.com/2012/03/videos-of-jam-skating-in-usa.html for a March 2012 pancocojams post on this subject.

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SHOWCASE VIDEOS
With the exception of video #1, these videos are presented in chronological order with the oldest videos given first.

Video #1: The Civil Rights Era Roots of Roller Skating [Atlanta, Georgia]



Great Big Story, Published on May 9, 2018

In cities like Atlanta, roller skating culture is alive and rocking. But, its roots go back decades, back to the Civil Rights era. During desegregation in the 1950s and 1960s, many roller rink owners sought to maintain racial divides by hosting theme nights, such as “Rhythm Night” and “Soul Night,” specifically targeted towards African American patrons. Soon, however, these nights evolved into a thing of their own, stripping away the organ music and leaving behind an entirely unique subculture.

In Atlanta, the skating hub was centered around Cascade, a rink attracting all the best skaters in the area. Today, Cascade continues the movement, keeping skating culture rolling on.
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Here's a comment from this video's discussion thread:
Manny G, 2018
"This video just makes me feel PROUD. The ability to create a beautiful atmosphere out of segregation PROVES That no matter what... We'll find a way."

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Video #2:Bouncin' In Memphis - RWOM @ the sk8 party 2012 [Memphis, Tennessee]



sk8queen, Published on Oct 21, 2012

Everybody mixin it up...
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Here are some comments from this video's discussion thread (with numbers added for referencing purposes only):
1. dirtyharry5766, 2015
"sk8queen whats the song pls ....thx"

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REPLY
2. dirtyharry5766, 2016
"DJ G Brown slow walk thx"

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3. David Harris, 2018
"The second song is called "that woman" by Mystikal.......2011"

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4. Mrs. Trust Noone, 2016
"It's a shame that people don't skate anymore. I grew up on it and definitely want to gt back into it.

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5. Taniya Green, 2018
"Where you been girl yes they do skate they got oldies for goody nights for all of those at World on Wheels right over it right in LA we just got to get our asses up I got their stress skate with this black beautiful man I'm going to buy me some skates Monday LOL"

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6. A.G., 2019
"Skating is still a huge deal. Really big, even now more than then due to social media. Look around... I'm in detroit search soul skate, ppl come from all over. Be blessed sis"

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7. j348011, 2018
"WHY ARE THE LIGHTS ON?? Where is the strobe lights and the disco ball? I'm old school. Doing it wrong!"

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8. sk8queen, 2018
"I dont like skating with strobe lights on. The lights dont need to be off all the time."

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9. Stacey Phillips, 2019
"Where is this? Love to see old fashioned up bring...this is how it used to be in Jacksonville back in the day...i sure miss this n especially seeing men n boys out there on the floor...Were going skating tomorrow"

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10. Leroy Cole Jr, 2018
"is the skating ring on third in Memphis"

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11. sk8queen, 2019
"No. This is in Collierville, TN. Crystal Palace on Third St. is closed. Either here or Eastt End for skating now."
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In another comment, sk81ueen wrote that this is Funquest Skating Center in Collierville, Tenn. which is located just outside of Memphis, Tenn.

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12. Boss94 wayz, 2019
"Respect to all the skate styles but can't nobody get that slow roll pimping like MEMPHIS....

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Video #3: Wood Rydrz Skate club [Los Angeles, Cal]



Published on Sep 10, 2015

The best DJ's in the world for 5 days straight. Big Bob & Joe Bowen Sunday Night. Dj Arson & Dj wild child on the same day but different rinks. Dj-D put it down at the BBQ for all the cities and states. Awesome skate crews from different states learning new moves was great to see. The Wood Rydrz 1st time at Skate-A-Thon. Thank you Cali Skate community for all the support on getting or roll on.Thank you Click Klack for driving safely to Vegas.
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Here's a comment from this video's discussion thread:
Debbie T, 2019
"If the Children of the future learn how to RollerSkate like we did in the past I think we would have a better world to live in.These skating rink Videos make me want to go back in Time. If I had known when I used to skate I would have never moved back to Memphis and if I did l would have open the biggest skating rink in Memphis and these kids would not been thinking about no guns or robbing people or car jacking.or killing people..If I could turn back the Hands o Time.I feel like I would have made a Difference in the way children act to this day.These skating rink Videos make me feel so good on the inside.It put me in a better mood for one."

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Video #4: DANCE IN THE REAL WORLD S1 • E4 [Chicago, Illinois]

Dance in Chicago: Skating with James Brown's Style



The New York Times, Published on Dec 17, 2017

In Chicago, J.B.-style skaters turn the roller rink into a dance floor, where it’s all “about the groove.”
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Here are some comments from this video's discussion thread (with numbers added for referencing purposes only):
1. Cherl Lowe-johnson, 2019
"That's "The Rink" on 87th Street-- Chicago. Some people call their style of skating The Crazy Legs. Watch the legs fly or stay toward the middle where it is safe. Lol. Check out Atlanta, Ohio/Cleveland Columbus Cincinnati style, Metro Detroit, St. Louis, & NYC styles of skating. Spring & Summer road trips - Lots of fun!!"

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2. spainyo, 2018
"Yup! Black Chicagoans are the best skaters in the country."

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3. Anthony Taylor, 2018
"spainyo u need to YouTube Detroit. Dc and Cali and new york before you make that assessment much love tho

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4. O'Neal Rimpson, 2019
"@Anthony Taylor no. Chicago won 10+ adrenaline awards for it's JB style. Adrenaline awards are given to winners of national skate competitions judged by skaters from all over the country. No other style has been as dominate as JB skating....in those competitions. So what are you saying. We the best man! Stop it."

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5. Anthony Taylor, 2019
"@O'Neal Rimpsonmy fault don't know what the adrenaline awards are but still it's just so many styles I don't mean no disrespect and they're are awesome skaters in Chicago it's just an opinion I admire all of the styles but I don't think Chicago is the best tho thanks for ur reply tho"

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6. O'Neal Rimpson, 2019
"@Anthony Taylor within JB there's a LOT of variation. This video doesn't have real dope JB skating in it. Any please don't judge by what you see in the internet it in no way is representative of JB skating. It's a very watered down version of JB skating."

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Video #5: Soul Skate 2018 [Detroit, Michigan]



Dazed, Published on Oct 24, 2018

Soul Skate is the roller disco that’s central to Detroit’s cultural legacy. This new documentary from Carhartt WIP, NTS and Dazed takes a look inside the world of the iconic bi-annual party.

Featuring the voice of Kenny Dixon Jr.

[...]

Music
“Tribute”
“Black Mahogani”
“MahoganyBrown”
“Music People”
“I Got Werk”
“I Can’t Kick This Feeling When It Hits”

Written and Produced by Moodymann
Courtesy of Mahogani Music
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Here's a comment from this video's discussion thread:

Hawtgawd-from-Turtle Island, 2019
"United Skates brought me here
them white directors jus toke 2 hours off my life
damit..lol
this 15 min is more entertaining..12:44 i see u Batman
we need 2 privatize our rinks when they shut em down
basements, churches, halls..where ever to keep the melanin flowing💃
✌️ & a 🍼 of hair greaze💯"


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COLUMBUS — – The Division III and IV girls basketball All-Ohio teams were announced Tuesday by a statewide media panel. The teams were selected by members of the Ohio Prep Sportswriters Association. Division III PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Jordan Horston, Columbus Africentric COACH OF THE YEAR: Tim Gabbard, Waynesville FIRST TEAM: Zoe Miller Berlin Hiland, […]

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When the Indians acquired Leonys Martin before the trade deadline last year, it was a practical move to shore up what had been a position of uncertainty for some time. No one could have foreseen what happened next, when Martin was struck down with a virus so lethal it almost claimed his life. Before the illness though, the trade signified the Indians liked what they saw in Martin and the veteran outfielder was expected to roam center field for the next year or two until a prospect was ready to take his spot.

On the same day Martin made the short journey across Lake Erie from Detroit to his new home in Cleveland, the Indians were busy adding another center fielder, a prospect who could potentially supplant Martin in the future.

His name is Oscar Mercado and he’s currently the most exciting Tribe player of spring training.

I was quietly pleased when the Indians announced they had brought the young Colombian on board via a prospect swap with the Cardinals. The fleet-footed former shortstop-now-outfielder is renowned for his elite speed and strong defense, but has dedicated himself these past two years on improving his prowess at the plate. The results have been encouraging, as Mercado hit .285/.351/.408 for the Triple-A Redbirds prior to his trade, with 8 homers and 42 RBI, plus 31 stolen bases. Once part of of the Indians organisation, Mercado slashed .252/.342/.320 in 32 games for Columbus as he adjusted to his new team and city.

At this point Mercado was considered by many to be another cog in the Indians’ outfield wheel of problems and misfits, but behind the likes of the more established trio of Tyler Naquin, Bradley Zimmer and Greg Allen, and even new additions like Jordan Luplow and Jake Bauers.

Then spring training began and Mercado came to play.

The 24 year-old has been scorching hot at the plate in his 27 at-bats thus far, firmly putting him among the contenders for an outfield spot to start the 2019 season. In the first big league training camp with his new team, Mercado has a team-best 12 hits, including a double and a triple, and 3 home runs for 8 RBI. His slashline is an impressive .444/.444/.889. If he can sustain this momentum for another fortnight, Francona and the Indians will find it extremely difficult to resist picking him for the 25-man roster.

Indians beat reporter Mandy Bell tweeted Francona’s comments below:


Mercado appears to be stealing the show every time he’s in the lineup. Another memorable moment came on Sunday afternoon, a monster home run off Felix Hernandez during a 16-2 rout of the Mariners. I was relaxing with the game on TV, casually watching the third inning of yesterday’s game, when the crack of Mercado’s bat jolted me to attention. I saw the ball arcing deep into center field, the outfielders gazing helplessly at it, before it finally crashed high off the outfield wall for a prodigious solo homer. The right-handed hitting Mercado went 3-for-3 in the game overall, and the Indians could really benefit from a righty in a very lefty-dominated team.

Perhaps it’s too early to expect Mercado to make the leap straight from Triple-A to a starting spot on the Opening Day roster. 2018 was only his first year at the Triple-A level after all, so his experience with top-level pitchers has been limited. Also, y’know, spring training numbers have never been a great indicator for regular season performance. As much as I would love to see him start the year in the Cleveland outfield, I know deep down his development could be better served with a month or two in Columbus. The club has Mercado under control for at least the next six years, so there’s no need to rush him, especially when the AL Central is predicted to be so uncompetitive again.

Having said that, if he’s performing better than the current alternatives, shouldn’t he be given an opportunity? Would I prefer Mercado shadowing Martin in a corner outfield spot on Opening Day over the likes of Luplow and Naquin?

Absolutely.

Wherever he winds up on Opening Day, be it Cleveland or Columbus, consider the British branch of the Oscar Mercado Fan Club officially open for business. I hope the youngster continues to dazzle us with his abilities and ultimately provides the club with a meaningful contribution over the coming months and 2019 season.


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COLUMBUS, Ohio – In response to questions posed by 10 Investigates, Mount Carmel now says the actions of 48 nurses and pharmacists are under review and have been forwarded to state regulatory agencies including the boards of nursing and pharmacy.

That figure includes 30 current employees of Mount Carmel and 18 former – many of whom, Mount Carmel says, left the hospital years ago.

Mount Carmel released a statement Wednesday afternoon that read in part:

“Placing colleagues on administrative leave does not reflect final judgment on their actions. It is the appropriate step to take while we continue our internal investigation. All of our actions to date—including colleague decisions—were based on the information we had available at the time. Given the ongoing nature of the investigation, these actions may change as new information becomes available.

We also want to emphasize that colleague actions are being thoroughly reviewed on a case-by-case basis. After a thorough review of each colleague through our fair and just culture process, we anticipate some colleagues may return to work at the appropriate time.”

To date, 35 patients are believed to have received excessive doses between 2014 and 2018. Of those, 28 of these patients are believed to have received potentially fatal doses of pain medications, the hospital has said.

All of the patients died and all were under the care of Dr. William Husel, a critical care intensivist who started at Mount Carmel in 2013. Husel’s medical license has been suspended. He and his attorneys have in the past repeatedly declined to comment. An active criminal investigation is underway by the Columbus Division of Police and the Franklin County prosecutor’s office.

Some of the nurses and pharmacists named in 24 wrongful death lawsuits have since gone on to work at other health facilities in central Ohio.

10 Investigates has reached out to other health agencies but have not heard back on whether they have taken administrative action or discipline against the former Mount Carmel employees.

Wednesday’s statement from Mount Carmel, attributed to CEO and President Ed Lamb, also said:

“Mount Carmel continues to take significant steps after the deaths of patients under the care of Dr. William Husel to chart a new path for the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) at Mount Carmel West. We have great confidence in our colleagues and our leadership, however, we understand that these events likely lead the communities that we serve to wonder what allowed this situation to develop and persist. As a result of our investigation and to address these concerns, and without passing judgment on our clinicians, we have taken a number of steps to ensure that our patients and our communities can be confident that we are doing everything possible and that they can continue to trust Mount Carmel to provide extraordinary people-centered care that is safe.

To that end, we have:
- Appointed new interim clinical leadership for Mount Carmel West as a whole, as well as new leadership in key areas of the ICU at Mount Carmel West—our previous physician, nursing and pharmacy leaders are on administrative leave;
- Removed from patient care any colleague who was in any way part of medication administration for an impacted patient;
- Provided information to appropriate licensing boards on all colleagues who were in any way part of medication administration for an impacted patient; and
- Continued our internal investigation and active cooperation with all relevant authorities and regulatory bodies.

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COLUMBUS, Ohio -A man has died from his injuries, one week after a shooting in the Linden area of Columbus.

Columbus police said officers were called to the area of East 21st Avenue and Ontario Street just after 9:30 p.m. on March 6 for a report of a shooting.

CPD says when officers arrived, they located the victim, Kyle Haseley, lying in the street with a gunshot wound in front of a residence in the 1100 block of East 21st Avenue.

According to police, Haseley went to the area to meet a seller from a social media sales site to purchase merchandise. Witnesses told police the suspect shot Haseley, took his money and left the scene.

Haseley was taken to Grant Medical Center in critical/life-threatening condition. He was pronounced dead on March 12 at 5:12 a.m.

Police are looking for a suspect.

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          (USA-OH-Columbus) Warehouse Staff      Cache   Translate Page      
Job Title Warehouse Staff Posted 3/07/2019 Category Stadiums Location MAPFRE Stadium 1 Black and Gold Boulevard Columbus, OH 43211 Description Levy is the proud Food & Beverage provider for this exciting and sensational stadium! We are a stadium and home to Columbus Crew SC of the MLS, one of the first original ten clubs. Guests experience 'The Levy Difference' at each and every visit. Whether enjoying Columbus Crew soccer games, the Sonice Temple Art + Music Festival or concerts, we serve up world class hospitality and award winning food for every guest, every time. Staffing for 2019 Columbus Crew SC Season! Recruitment Fair with Columbus Crew SC! January 31st from 9am-11am and 3pm-6pm Upper 90 Lounge Free parking will be available in front of the main entrance to MAPFRE Stadium All positions are event based Come be a part of an exciting new era for Columbus Crew SC! NOW HIRING Warehouse Staff We are the face and name of Levy, providing the most premium food and beverage experiences that Levy has to offer, and demonstrating Levy’s value as a restauranteur and distributor in the sports and entertainment industry. General Responsibilities: Delivers product requisitions to locations using Tangent re-orders from the warehouse to concessions stands, kitchens, restaurant or any area of the facility under the direction of the Warehouse Managers or Warehouse Supervisors. Receives and checks incoming stock. Light warehouse and fryer maintenance, general cleaning of the warehouse. Specific Duties: (Other duties may be assigned) 70% Pre-Event + Receiving goods from vendors and storing the merchandise received + Labeling and dating all product + Delivering products to concession locations and storing them properly. All products from warehouse have a transmittal slip describing the products and the location to be shipped. Please take careful review of products and amounts. ALWAYS DOUBLE CHECK LOCATION; ALL DELIVERED ITEMS SHOULD DISPLAY A DELIVERY DATE AND A SIGNATURE. + Pre-event, event, trash collection and disposal + Warehouse cleaning + Fryer Cleaning 20% During Event Based on your position assignment you will be doing one or all of the following + Answering phones, writing down orders, handing to supervisor to be keyed and delivering merchandise, returning delivery receipt to warehouse + Labeling product with a delivery date + Assignment as a trash runner, responsible for a section of the stadium, rinse out luger at the end of the evening + Placing cardboard in cardboard compactor, trash in trash compactor + Assignment as a keg runner, responsible for a concourse of the building, return empty kegs to warehouse + Sweep and mop warehouse 15% Post Event + Gathering sorting of perishables from locations back to warehouse for sorting placement back in the warehouse or donated to church for pick-up + Cleaning of fryers + Gathering of racks rays, kegs + Sweep and clean warehouse No one else in this business thinks quite like we do. By seamlessly blending our sense of family, genuine passion and unique mindset as restaurateurs, we continue to set ourselves apart for our guests and from our competitors, and create an amazing home for all of our hardworking, fun-spirited team members countrywide. The reason we have so many amazing people is best summed up by founder Larry Levy, "If you find a job you enjoy, you'll never work another day in your life." Requirements Please apply online today. Qualified candidates will be contacted for an interview. Levy is an equal opportunity employer. At Levy we are committed to treating all Applicants and Team Members fairly based on their abilities, achievements, and experience without regard to race, national origin, sex, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other classification protected by law.
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Job Title Concessions Lead Posted 3/07/2019 Category Stadiums Location MAPFRE Stadium 1 Black and Gold Boulevard Columbus, OH 43211 Description Levy is the proud Food & Beverage provider for this exciting and sensational stadium! We are a stadium and home to Columbus Crew SC of the MLS, one of the first original ten clubs. Guests experience 'The Levy Difference' at each and every visit. Whether enjoying Columbus Crew soccer games, the Sonice Temple Art + Music Festival or concerts, we serve up world class hospitality and award winning food for every guest, every time. Staffing for 2019 Columbus Crew SC Season! Recruitment Fair with Columbus Crew SC! January 31st from 9am-11am and 3pm-6pm Upper 90 Lounge Free parking will be available in front of the main entrance to MAPFRE Stadium All positions are event based Come be a part of an exciting new era for Columbus Crew SC! NOW HIRING Concessions Stand Leads We are the face and name of Levy, providing the most premium food and beverage experiences that Levy has to offer, and demonstrating Levy’s value as a restauranteur and distributor in the sports and entertainment industry. General Responsibilites: To ensure proper and efficient operation of assigned stand pre/during/post event. Specific Duties: (Other duties may be assigned) Pre-Event + Turn on lights, menu boards and cooking equipment. + Check temperature of refrigerators and freezers. + Verify all old stock and match with stand sheet. + Verify all new stock with bills delivered. + Thaw any product that needs to be cooked. + Check stock for the event – identify items to be ordered prior to event. + Verify Team in Stand is in proper uniform and is informed of policies, procedures and new information provided at pre-shift meeting. + Assign duties to Associates + Train new Associates During Event + Service all guests. + Continually monitor all stock. + Assist in preparing food as necessary. + Monitor service provided by Associates. + Ensure only guests of legal age are served alcoholic beverages. Post Event + Reconcile all stock and count all chargeable items. + Balance all money and stock amounts. + Ensure all foods are wrapped and refrigerated as necessary. + Ensure all cooking equipment is turned off. + Supervise and assist with Stand cleaning + Ensure cleaning of stand complies with Company sanitation standards + Make sure garbage is removed from the stand + Enter all totals in Tangent + Secure the stand by turning off lights and locking doors. + Miscellaneous duties as assigned No one else in this business thinks quite like we do. By seamlessly blending our sense of family, genuine passion and unique mindset as restaurateurs, we continue to set ourselves apart for our guests and from our competitors, and create an amazing home for all of our hardworking, fun-spirited team members countrywide. The reason we have so many amazing people is best summed up by founder Larry Levy, "If you find a job you enjoy, you'll never work another day in your life." Requirements Please apply online today. Qualified candidates will be contacted for an interview. Levy is an equal opportunity employer. At Levy we are committed to treating all Applicants and Team Members fairly based on their abilities, achievements, and experience without regard to race, national origin, sex, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other classification protected by law.
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Job Title Staffing/Check in Posted 3/07/2019 Category Stadiums Location MAPFRE Stadium 1 Black and Gold Boulevard Columbus, OH 43211 Description Levy is the proud Food & Beverage provider for this exciting and sensational stadium! We are a stadium and home to Columbus Crew SC of the MLS, one of the first original ten clubs. Guests experience 'The Levy Difference' at each and every visit. Whether enjoying Columbus Crew soccer games, the Sonice Temple Art + Music Festival or concerts, we serve up world class hospitality and award winning food for every guest, every time. Staffing for 2019 Columbus Crew SC Season! Recruitment Fair with Columbus Crew SC! January 31st from 9am-11am and 3pm-6pm Upper 90 Lounge Free parking will be available in front of the main entrance to MAPFRE Stadium All positions are event based Come be a part of an exciting new era for Columbus Crew SC! NOW HIRING Staffing/Check in ** This is a Part Time, Seasonal position ** We are the face and name of Levy, providing the most premium food and beverage experiences that Levy has to offer, and demonstrating Levy’s value as a restauranteur and distributor in the sports and entertainment industry. No one else in this business thinks quite like we do. By seamlessly blending our sense of family, genuine passion and unique mindset as restaurateurs, we continue to set ourselves apart for our guests and from our competitors, and create an amazing home for all of our hardworking, fun-spirited team members countrywide. The reason we have so many amazing people is best summed up by founder Larry Levy, "If you find a job you enjoy, you'll never work another day in your life." Requirements Please apply online today. Qualified candidates will be contacted for an interview. Levy is an equal opportunity employer. At Levy we are committed to treating all Applicants and Team Members fairly based on their abilities, achievements, and experience without regard to race, national origin, sex, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other classification protected by law.
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Job Title Catering Leads Posted 3/07/2019 Category Stadiums Location MAPFRE Stadium 1 Black and Gold Boulevard Columbus, OH 43211 Description Levy is the proud Food & Beverage provider for this exciting and sensational stadium! We are a stadium and home to Columbus Crew SC of the MLS, one of the first original ten clubs. Guests experience 'The Levy Difference' at each and every visit. Whether enjoying Columbus Crew soccer games, the Sonice Temple Art + Music Festival or concerts, we serve up world class hospitality and award winning food for every guest, every time. Staffing for 2019 Columbus Crew SC Season! Recruitment Fair with Columbus Crew SC! January 31st from 9am-11am and 3pm-6pm Upper 90 Lounge Free parking will be available in front of the main entrance to MAPFRE Stadium All positions are event based Come be a part of an exciting new era for Columbus Crew SC! NOW HIRING Catering Leads We are the face and name of Levy, providing the most premium food and beverage experiences that Levy has to offer, and demonstrating Levy’s value as a restauranteur and distributor in the sports and entertainment industry. No one else in this business thinks quite like we do. By seamlessly blending our sense of family, genuine passion and unique mindset as restaurateurs, we continue to set ourselves apart for our guests and from our competitors, and create an amazing home for all of our hardworking, fun-spirited team members countrywide. The reason we have so many amazing people is best summed up by founder Larry Levy, "If you find a job you enjoy, you'll never work another day in your life." Requirements Please apply online today. Qualified candidates will be contacted for an interview. Levy is an equal opportunity employer. At Levy we are committed to treating all Applicants and Team Members fairly based on their abilities, achievements, and experience without regard to race, national origin, sex, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other classification protected by law.
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In honor of March being Women's History Month, I am here presenting a sampling of women in the Bible who functioned in all kinds of leadership roles. My motive in presenting this is twofold: First of all, I pray that it will affirm those women who sense a call of God but are hampered by doctrinal questions about the validity of such a call. Secondly, I hope to influence others to rethink their theology that puts restraints on the ministry of women in the church. I am convinced that we will not see the great spiritual awakening for which many are praying apart from the full participation of the female members of Christ's body.

Deborah: Prophetess and Judge

Before the institution of the monarchy beginning with Saul, Israel was ruled by a series of judges. Perhaps the most celebrated of these judges was a woman named Deborah, who is referred to as both a prophetess and a judge. In other words, she exercised both spiritual and civil authority. She had such respect from the people that even the military commander, Barak, refused to go out to battle unless she accompanied him. She accompanied him to battle, and God gave them a great victory over the Canaanites.

Deborah had a husband named Lapiodoth, but he is mentioned only in passing. She was obviously the one called of God to be the out-front leader and deliverer of Israel at that time in history. There is not the slightest hint that her example was out of order or even exceptional.

The Assemblies of God is, therefore, correct when, in its official position paper on women, it says, "The instances of women filling leadership roles in the Bible should be taken as divinely approved pattern, not as exceptions to divine decrees."

Miriam: God-Sent Leader to Israel

In Micah 6:4b, God speaks through the prophet and says, "I sent before you Moses, Aaron, and Miriam." Of the three leaders God sent to bring Israel out of Egypt, one of them was a woman. Note that in this passage God says, "I sent." The word "apostle" literally means "sent one," which means that Miriam, along with Moses and Aaron, were the "apostles" sent by God to bring deliverance to Israel.

This is confirmed by the Septuagint, which uses the word ekapisteila, the verb form of apostolos with the prefix ek, meaning "out." It literally means "sent out." Miriam was "sent out" by God along with Moses and Aaron. Could it be that that God is still calling and "sending out" women today? Will the church be open to receiving these women?

Mary Magdalene: Apostle to the Apostles

Jesus appeared first to Mary Magdalene after His resurrection. The emphasis that the Gospel writers give to this fact make it clear that this was no chance or accidental appearance, but that Jesus appeared first to Mary in order to make a statement.

We must remember that in the first century, neither Roman nor Jewish courts of law would allow the testimony of a woman as evidence. Jesus confronts this cultural bias head-on by appearing first to Mary and sending her to bear testimony to the most significant event of human history. He could have just as easily appeared first to the men, but he required that they hear the news of His resurrection for the first time from the lips of a woman.

His words to Mary, Go and tell . . . identify her as a "sent one" who receives the first apostolic commission from the risen Lord to go and proclaim the Good News of His resurrection. This is why, throughout history, Mary has often been referred to as "the apostle to the apostles."

My father was converted as a result of a young "Mary" (her actual name) responding to the voice of the Lord to "go and tell," who began conducting revival meetings in southeastern Oklahoma and northeastern Texas. I have no doubt that there are a host of Marys in the world today who are hearing the voice the Lord instructing them to "go and tell."

Phoebe: Minister and Church Leader

In Romans 16:1b, Paul refers to Phoebe as "a servant of the church in Cenchrea." The word "servant" in this passage is translated from the Greek word diakonos, which literally means "servant," but was used as a general designation for Christian leaders.

For example, in 1 Corinthians 3:5a, where Paul says, "Who then is Paul, and who is Apollos, but ministers through whom you believed?" "ministers" is a translation of diakonos. Where diakonos was used of men, the translators chose to translate it as "ministers," but where it was used of a woman, they chose to translate it as "servant." Phoebe was, therefore, a "minister" and leader in the church in Cenchrea.

Paul also said that Phoebe had been a "helper of many and of myself as well" (Rom. 16:1b).It is unfortunate that some translators have translated the Greek word prostatis as "helper," for it appears to be another case of translator bias. The word is feminine and literally means "to stand before."

Thayer's Greek-English Lexicon defines a prostatis as "a woman set over others; a female guardian, protectress, patroness, caring for the affairs of others and aiding them with her resources." In other words, a prostatis had all the characteristics that we would expect in a modern-day pastor.

This word prostatis identifies Phoebe as a leader from the church in Cenchrea who has Paul's respect. Not only does her refer to her as a diakonos and a prostatis, but he instructs the church in Rome to receive her with respect and to assist her in whatever business she has with them (Hyatt, Paul, Women and Church, 28).

Does the church today show respect to the Phoebes who are in her midst?

Priscilla: Pastor and Co-Worker with Paul

When Paul mentions Priscilla and Aquilla, he always mentions them together, and they were obviously a husband-wife team. Paul had lived, worked and ministered with them while in Corinth and when he departed, they departed with him (Acts 18:1-3, 18). He always uses plural pronouns—"they" and "them"—when referring to them.

In Romans 16:3-5, Paul sends greetings to Priscilla and Aquilla "and the church that is in their house" (Rom. 16:5). Because Paul here goes against the normal cultural convention of always mentioning the man first, and mentions Priscilla first, many believe that Priscilla was the out-front one in the relationship—like Deborah—and the host and pastor of the church that met in their home. Paul obviously thinks very highly of them both saying that they had "risked their own necks for my life" (Rom. 16:4a).

Junia: An Apostle

In Romans 16:7, Paul greets Andronicus and Junia, who, he says, "are noteworthy among the apostles." Junia is a feminine name and was recognized as a female apostle for the first several centuries of the church's existence. The famous church father of the fourth century, John Chrysostom, declared of Junia, "O how great is the devotion of this woman that she should even be counted worthy of the appellation of apostle."

Some have tried to argue that the name should be "Junias," which is a male name. The problem with this claim is that, first of all, every ancient Greek manuscript, without exception, has the feminine form of "Junia." Secondly, the name Junias is unknown in the ancient world, while Junia is a common name. Junias, therefore, is a hypothetical name created by those who cannot accept that Paul would recognize a female apostle (Hyatt, Paul, Women and Church, 25).

Commenting on why some translations have used "Junias," Dr. N. Clayton Croy, professor of New Testament at Trinity Lutheran Seminary in Columbus, Ohio, says, "It is hard to see any reason other than the translators' bias against the possibility that a woman could be an apostle." Faced with such overwhelming evidence, the NIV translators changed the word from "Junias" (1984 edition) to "Junia" in the 2011 edition.

Lydia and the Women Who Labored with Paul in Philippi

Paul began the church in Philippi with a group of praying women. His base of operations and the church's meeting place was in the home of one of these women whose name was Lydia (Acts 16:13-15, 40). Jewish law required a quorum of 10 Jewish men, who were heads of households, for establishing a synagogue in any community. Paul, however, had no problem beginning a Christian congregation with a group of praying women. As far as we know, this was the first church in Europe.

These women obviously functioned in leadership alongside Paul. This is borne out by the fact that in 4:3b of his letter to the Philippian church, he exhorted, "help those women who labored with me in the gospel." Gerald F. Hawthorne, in the Word Biblical Commentary, says that Paul, in this passage, uses a metaphor which means "to fight together side by side with," clearly indicating that Paul sees these women, not as peons under him, but as highly esteemed members of his team who have labored at his side in the cause of Christ.

This reminds me of the words of the noted, British New Testament scholar, F.F, Bruce, who said;

He [Paul] delighted in the company of his fellows, both men and women. The most incredible feature in the Paul of popular mythology is his alleged misogyny. He treated women as persons. The mainstream churches of Christendom, as they inch along towards a worthier recognition of the ministry of women, have some way to go yet before they come abreast of Paul (Hyatt, Paul, Women and Church, 31).

Paul's Spiritual Mother

Paul never mentions a spiritual father, but he does mention a spiritual mother. In Romans 16:13 he sends greetings to Rufus, "and his mother and mine." This is obviously not Paul's biological mother, but a woman who has been a spiritual mother to him. We know little about this woman, but at some point in Paul's spiritual journey, she had offered encouragement and counsel to Paul and been like a mother to him.

The identity of this woman can perhaps be identified by comparing Paul's words in this passage to Mark's Gospel, which also mentions an individual named Rufus. Since Paul's letter and Mark's Gospel were both written to the same Christian community in Rome, and within a few years of each other, it is likely that the Rufus mentioned by Paul and the Rufus mentioned by Mark are the same person.

In his Gospel, which was originally written to the church in Rome, Mark tells of Simon of Cyrene being compelled to carry the cross of Jesus. He notes that Simon is the father of Alexander and Rufus and obviously expects his audience to make the connection when they hear the names of the two sons. The Rufus of Paul, therefore, is most likely the Rufus of Mark, the son of Simon of Cyrene who carried the cross of Jesus.

So, although Paul never mentions a spiritual father in his writings, he does make a point to send greetings to his spiritual mother. His spiritual mother was likely an African woman from Cyrene (Cyrene is located on the north coast of Africa), the mother of Rufus and the wife of Simon of Cyrene who carried the cross of Jesus.

What About 1 Timothy 2:12?

Some will surely quote I Timothy 2:12 as a counter to all the above biblical passages. It reads, "I do not permit a woman to teach or to usurp authority over a man, but to be silent." First of all, the above passages about women must be given equal consideration with this passage. Many have made the error of making 1 Timothy 2:12 a canon within the canon when it comes to women and forcing every other passage to fit their interpretation of this one passage. That is not good hermeneutics.

Secondly, it is obvious from 1 Timothy 1:3 that Paul wrote this letter to Timothy to address the issue of false doctrine that was being spread in the church in Ephesus. His concern is not women in leadership per se, but the propagation of false doctrine by both men and women. First Timothy was not written as a manual of church order to be observed by all churches at all times, but to address the unique situation that existed in Ephesus at the time.

This is borne out by the fact that "authority" in 2:12 is a translation of the Greek word authentein, a word that is found only here in the entire New Testament. If Paul was addressing the normal exercise of authority in the church, we would expect him to use exousia, which he and other New Testament writers use over 100 times. That Paul uses this strange Greek word that neither he nor any other New Testament writer ever used is a clear sign that he is addressing a unique and local situation in Ephesus and is not giving instructions for all churches everywhere.

Those who would restrict the role of women in the church cannot claim Paul as an ally or an authority for their stance.

An Amazing Word From God

Much of the church has refused to recognize the gifts of its female members and has, thereby, violated Paul's command in 1 Thessalonians 5:19, "Do not quench the Spirit." As a result of this disobedience, many gifts have lain dormant while millions have perished without Christ, and the church has languished in defeat.

In 2010, I awakened very early one morning and, not wanting to awaken Sue, went into an adjoining room where I sat on a sofa enjoying the solitude and quietly communing with the Lord. At some point, I sensed my heart become very still and quiet, and then I heard, "I want you to be more identified with Sue and what she is doing," a reference to her work for the full acceptance of the gifts and callings of women in the church.

There was a moment of quietness and I then heard the words, "This message has the power to begin a mass movement from Islam to Christianity, beginning with the women." {eoa}

This article is derived in part from Dr. Eddie Hyatt's book, Paul, Women and Church, available from Amazon in both paperback and Kindle. He and his wife, Dr. Susan Hyatt, have founded the International Christian Women's Hall of Fame in Grapevine, Texas, with the goal of "celebrating God's women of yesterday and creating world changer's today." The website is gwtwchristianwomenshalloffame.com. Visit Dr. Eddie Hyatt's website at eddiehyatt.com.

This article originally appeared at eddiehyatt.com.


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At last, a guy has taken the time to write this all down.
Finally, the guys' side of the story (I must admit, it's pretty good). We
always hear "the rules" from the female side; now here are the rules from
the male side.
These are our rules! Please note... these are all numbered "1" on purpose!

1. Men are not mind readers.
1. Learn to work the toilet seat. You're a big girl. If it's up, put it
down. We need it up, you need it down. You don't hear us complaining about
you leaving it down.
1. Sunday sports. It's like the full moon or the changing of the tides.
Let it be.
1. Shopping is not a sport. And no, we are never going to think of it
that way.
1. Crying is blackmail.
1. Ask for what you want. Let us be clear on this one: Subtle hints do
not work! Strong hints do not work! Obvious hints do not work! Just say it!
1. "Yes" and "No" are perfectly acceptable answers to almost every
question.
1. Come to us with a problem only if you want help solving it. That's
what we do. Sympathy is what your girlfriends are for.
1. A headache that lasts for 17 months is a problem. See a doctor.
1. Anything we said 6 months ago is inadmissible in an argument. In
fact, all comments become null and void after 7 days.
1. If you won't dress like the Victoria's Secret girls, don't expect us
to act like soap opera guys.
1. If you think you're fat, you probably are. Don't ask us.
1. If something we said can be interpreted two ways and one of them
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1. You can either ask us to do something or tell us how you want it
done. Not both. If you already know best how to do it, just do it yourself.
1. Whenever possible, please say whatever you have to say during
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1. Christopher Columbus did not need directions and neither do we.
1. All men see in only 16 colors, like Windows default settings. Peach,
for example, is a fruit, not a color. Pumpkin is also a fruit. We have no
idea what mauve is.
1. If it itches, it will be scratched. We do that.
1. If we ask what is wrong and you say "nothing," we will act like
nothing's wrong. We know you are lying, but it is just not worth the hassle,
besides we know you will bring it up again later.
1. If you ask a question you don't want an answer to, expect an answer
you don't want to hear.
1. When we have to go somewhere, absolutely anything you wear is
fine... Really.
1. Don't ask us what we're thinking about unless you are prepared to
discuss such topics as baseball, the shotgun formation, or golf.
1. You have enough clothes.
1. You have too many shoes.
1. I am in shape. Round is a shape!

Thank you for reading this. Yes, I know, I have to sleep on the couch
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Pass this to as many men as you can - to give them a laugh.
Pass this to as many women as you can - to give them a bigger laugh.


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– Rust’s ownership is difficult. – Yes, ownership is difficult. For such a difficult thing, you (are going to) ever check by hand rather than having machine do it for you.

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          NDA Announces Winners of the 2019 Poster Contest      Cache   Translate Page      

LINCOLN – In celebration of National Ag Week, March 10-16, the Nebraska Department of Agriculture (NDA) is announcing the winners of this year’s poster contest. More than 1,800 students in grades 1-6 from all over the state entered NDA’s annual contest by illustrating Nebraska agriculture, the state’s number one industry.

 “There are many talented students in Nebraska who are in tune with agriculture and the many contributions the ag industry makes to our state,” said NDA Director Steve Wellman. “This year’s posters were creative and thoughtful. They show how agriculture plays such an important role in our lives every day.”

 NDA announces the winners of its annual poster contest during National Ag Week to highlight the diversity of agriculture and celebrate the food, feed and fuel that farmers and ranchers provide every day. The winning posters and the names of the schools submitting entries are on NDA’s website at www.nda.nebraska.gov/kids.

 The posters, depicting this year’s theme of “The Many Colors of Nebraska Agriculture,” were judged in three separate categories: first and second grade; third and fourth grade; and fifth and sixth grade. The poster contest is in its 16th year. 

In the first and second grade division:

·         1st: Kylie Fischer, 1st grade, St. Paul Lutheran School in West Point

·         2nd: Karissa Schweitzer, 2nd grade, Milford Public Schools 

·         3rd: Mercy Mae McDonald, 2nd grade, Centura Public Schools in Cairo

·         Governor’s Choice: Creighton Weber, 2nd grade, Twin River Public Schools in Genoa

 

In the third and fourth grade division:

·         1st: Kellyn Underwood, 4th grade, St. Wenceslaus Catholic School in Omaha

·         2nd: Maryanne Winterbottom, 4th grade, Avery Elementary School in Bellevue

·         3rd: Taiya Viacrucis, 4th grade, St. Wenceslaus Catholic School in Omaha

·         Governor’s Choice: Allie Dirkschneider, 4th grade, Howells-Dodge Consolidated in Dodge 

In the fifth and sixth grade division:

·         1st: Sarit Jimenez, 6th grade, Columbus Middle School

·         2nd: Sarah Lange, 6th grade, Raymond Central Public Schools

·         3rd: Evelyn Galicia Bedolla, 5th grade, Knickrehm Elementary School in Grand Island

·         Governor’s Choice: Denise Acevedo, 5th grade, Crestridge Elementary School in Omaha


          (USA-OH-Columbus) EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT - THE RUSTY BUCKET RESTAURANT & TAVERN      Cache   Translate Page      
* RBRT Home Office * EXECU02146 ### Description **Reports To: **President and Vice President **Position Summary** Responsible for all aspects of the office operations and support needs of the President in accordance with the philosophy, culture, guidelines and objectives as set forth by the company. Maintain high quality standards in regard to travel needs, meeting planning, calendar and scheduling management, partner and vendor correspondence, Culture Club activities, office needs, new and existing store needs, and the overall needs of Gary Callicoat. **Responsibilities** * Assures the office is clean, neat, and organized. * Responsible for ensuring phones are answered and coverage is scheduled when out of the office. * Monitors office supply and beverage and snack supplies, and stocks accordingly. * Responsible for all travel needs including, but not limited to; Regionals, Managers, MITs, OPS, Vendor or Partners, lead trainers, President & family. * Including credit card authorization for hotel guests, and updating travel profiles * Overall planning, securing, and/or managing of the following for remodels or new store openings, including, but not limited to; accommodations, A/V, hiring spaces, phones, office, shipping, venues, pre-opening checklists * Overall planning, securing, and/or managing of the following for meetings, including, but not limited to; accommodations, A/V, meeting supply needs, venues, communication, sponsor management, catering F&B;, awards, gifts & giveaways, room layout support, activity scheduling and the facilitator of the meeting punch-list. * Assures partner and vendor correspondence is timely, and professional * Responsible for the planning, correspondence, scheduling and execution of Culture Club events, including, but not limited to; sporting and entertainment tickets, newsletter, or companywide Culture Club events, sponsorships, and budget management. * Manages all financial or office banking needs, including, but not limited to; American Express, credit cards, checkbook, and sponsorship deposits. * Managing and maintaining President’s schedule and Vice President’s schedule, including, but not limited to; maintaining and scheduling needs for his personal and professional calendar, all travel and itineraries, upkeep of the electronic, paper, and dry erase calendars. * Responsible for the management, coordination, and communication of Gary’s Blend and Old Forester ordering, distributing, and inventory, including travel and other needs associated. * Responsible for the management and ordering of the following; business cards, cell phones, IPads, etc. * Responsible for updating and managing the Rusty Bucket Store Lists. * Ensures coordination of conference call needs, AT&T; needs, and any international planning needs. * Responsible for ordering Keg stands and dollies for any stores in need. * Responsible for donation requests (cash, gift card, and personnel), and managing donation budgets. * Responsible for the Tenure Recognition program, including, but not limited to; sending card signed by the Operations Team, getting an apparel code made (if applicable). * Responsible for going to the bank to get cash for Roundtables and making name tags. * Responsible for making updated Manager on the Move posters as needed. * Responsible for updating financial scorecard for Gary & Jim each period. *Posted:* March 8, 2019
          (USA-OH-Columbus) Superintendent - Telecommunications      Cache   Translate Page      
You're an experienced Superintendent, familiar with Outside Plant or Telecommunications construction. You will be responsible for day to day operations, ensuring projects are completed on time and are functioning smoothly. You will also be implementing project plans and schedules, while ensuring safety and quality control. Throughout the project, you will also be responsible for delegating work to first staff, subcontractors, and also our own trades people. Join our Technical Services team in Columbus, OH today! **Responsibilities** * Demonstrates leadership in health, safety and environmental protection on the project. Applies the requirements of the Project Specific Safety Program (PSSP) to promote overall compliance of Ledcor HS&E; standards, applicable OH&S; Acts, regulations and codes with all employees and subcontractors on the project * Ensures project materials are supplied and work is completed in compliance with the Project Quality Program * Ensures that projects are built according to approved plans, specifications, shop drawings, and applicable building codes and that quality standards are maintained * Develops, maintains and drives the construction schedule in conjunction with project team; ensures project milestones and completion dates are met * Issues materials and services purchase orders, confirms receipt of materials and return of equipment * Supervises field employees; ensures their work is planned and performed efficiently and their timesheets are accurately coded * Mentors project team members in order to contribute to their development and career growth * Leads project meetings with internal and external stakeholders to monitor and support the project's ongoing progression * Maintains a thorough daily report that accurately tracks site progress, events, inspections and other relevant information * Performs other related duties as required **Requirements** * 3-8 years of construction experience as a Superintendent or similar direct supervisory role. Experience with Outside Plant construction or other telecommunications construction projects is preferred * Working knowledge of health, safety and environmental protection practices and procedures as they apply to common construction processes * Solid understanding of current construction practices; working knowledge of construction documents, drawings, specifications and project management * Ability to guide safe work practices in a high pressure environment while maintaining project quality, schedule and budget * Ability to communicate clearly and collaborate with multiple stakeholders, understand and interpret stakeholder needs and identify solutions * Capable of anticipating constructability issues in moderately complex situations and creating solutions in the construction plan and schedule * Skilled at promoting teamwork with project team and stakeholders * Ability to use Word, Excel, and Outlook; familiar with scheduling software * Successful completion of a criminal background check and pre-employment drug & alcohol requirements **Work Conditions** * Site based work location Ledcor Technical Services (LTS) designs, builds, and maintains wireline or wireless networks that span North America and beyond. We are a proven leader and innovator in telecommunications network construction, maintenance, and service installation and repair. But when you work for Ledcor, your experience will go far beyond the project. Do you want a career that means more? Join our True Blue team now! * Ledcor is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, status as a protected veteran, status as a qualified individual with disability, or any other legally protected status. All applicants must be able to show proof of eligibility to work in the United States. E-Verify® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security *Location:* Columbus, OH, United States *Job ID:* 18339 *Job Status:* Full Time Regular *Division:* Telecommunications *Date Posted:* 3/13/2019
          (USA-OH-Columbus) Health, Safety, & Quality Administrator      Cache   Translate Page      
You are a Health, Safety & Environmental Protection/Quality Administrator with 2-4 years' experience looking tobuild your careerwith Ledcor Technical Services. The entry level HSE/Q Administrator is responsible for applying the basic professional practices required of a Health, Safety and Environment/Quality Administrative professional. This is a guided/mentored position and the individual is provided with direct oversight in the application of their professional judgment. Join our Ledcor Technical Services Team inColumbus, OHtoday! **Responsibilities** * Provides administrative support within HSE/Q Operations management and project and safety teams. * Assists in the implementation of Ledcor's HSE/Q Program, under the mentorship of senior HSE/Q staff * Actively learns about client and Ledcor's HSE/Q program and acts as an ambassador for both programs * Acquires basic knowledge of site safety program, quality program, emergency response, fire control systems, personal protective equipment Development and delivery of material for safety/quality orientations, Toolbox Talks, Safe Work Practices, Job Hazard * Assessments, and Continuous Improvement Methods * Participates and supports incident investigations **Requirements** * Completion of or currently working towards a professional safety designation - Certificate or Diploma in OH&S;, N-CSO, CSO \ * 2-4 years of administrative experience * Possesses some HS&E; technical knowledge * Proficiency with MS Office applications including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook * Outgoing, eager to learn, strong work ethic with the ambition to grow in the HSE/Q field * Willingness to take action when directed * Practices active listening skills and is a direct and clear communicator * Builds productive relationships with HSE/Q and operations, is seen as a cooperative and supportive team **Work Conditions** * Office based position Ledcor Technical Services (LTS) designs, builds, and maintains wireline or wireless networks that span North America and beyond. We are a proven leader and innovator in telecommunications network construction, maintenance, and service installation and repair. But when you work for Ledcor, your experience will go far beyond the project. Do you want a career that means more? Join our True Blue team now! * Ledcor is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, status as a protected veteran, status as a qualified individual with disability, or any other legally protected status. All applicants must be able to show proof of eligibility to work in the United States. E-Verify® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security *Location:* Columbus, OH, United States *Job ID:* 18334 *Job Status:* Full Time Regular *Division:* Telecommunications *Date Posted:* 3/13/2019
          (USA-OH-Columbus) Field Engineer - OSP      Cache   Translate Page      
You're a Field Engineer - OSP with 2 - 5 years of experience, working within Telecommunications or Outside Plant construction. You're an integral part of the project team and will be responsible for planning, coordinating and executing project plans under the supervision of the project manager. In addition to ensuring projects are completed on time and within budget, you will assist operations staff with safety and quality control. Join the Ledcor Technical Services Team in Columbus, OH today! **Responsibilities** * Promotes a culture of health, safety and environmental protection on the project by taking an active role in the implementation of the Project Specific Safety Program (PSSP) to achieve compliance of Ledcor HS&E; standards, applicable OSHA acts, regulations and codes * Implements and maintains project start-up systems and procedures including job site trailer or office, master filing system, project billings, cost accounting system and project directory * Performs general administrative and recordkeeping functions including the review and distribution of documentation; preparation of correspondence and meeting minutes; maintenance of files, logs, drawings, specifications and submittals * Coordinates the request for information (RFI) process, ensures RFIs are distributed to affected trades and maintains RFI logs and binders * Prepares purchase requisitions for approval and assists with procurement of materials and equipment * Supports the subcontract management process through the tendering and awarding of work or supply materials, processes invoices and progress claims and assists with the review of documents and inquiries * Coordinates the change order management process by securing pricing from the vendor/subcontractor, reviewing and inputting the data for project manager review, submitting change requests for approval and following through with subcontract change orders/purchase orders as directed * Participates in the tracking of project milestones and financial deadlines; assists with the maintenance of the project schedule and baseline schedule and reviews with Project Manager/Superintendent * Prepares for project close out by collecting warranties, O&M; manuals and occupancy documents; creates turnover documents, demobilizes site and archives documents * Performs other related duties as required **Requirements** * 2 to 5 years of related work experience or combination of relevant education and experience. Experience with Outside Plant construction projects is an asset * Completed post-secondary education in Telecom, Construction, Engineering or related discipline an asset * Working knowledge of construction or telecom documents, drawings, specifications and current construction practices and methodology * Able to communicate clearly and collaborate with multiple project stakeholders and interpret their needs * Capable of identifying issues and generating solutions in moderately complex situations * Willingness to contribute actively in team discussions, sharing experiences and ideas * Strong organizational and planning skills and the ability to manage multiple priorities * Capable of probing and listening carefully, presenting information clearly in an appropriate style and persuading others in straightforward situations * Strong computer skills with an aptitude for learning new programs; familiar with scheduling software (Suretrack, P3, P6), Contract Manager and MS Office * Successful completion of a criminal background check and pre-employment drug & alcohol requirements **Work Conditions** * Site based position Ledcor Technical Services (LTS) designs, builds, and maintains wireline or wireless networks that span North America and beyond. We are a proven leader and innovator in telecommunications network construction, maintenance, and service installation and repair. But when you work for Ledcor, your experience will go far beyond the project. Do you want a career that means more? Join our True Blue team now! * Ledcor is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, status as a protected veteran, status as a qualified individual with disability, or any other legally protected status. All applicants must be able to show proof of eligibility to work in the United States. E-Verify® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security *Location:* Columbus, OH, United States *Job ID:* 18337 *Job Status:* Full Time Regular *Division:* Telecommunications *Date Posted:* 3/13/2019
          (USA-OH-Columbus) Superintendent - OSP      Cache   Translate Page      
You're an experienced Superintendent, familiar with Outside Plant or Telecommunications . You will be responsible for day to day operations, ensuring projects are completed on time and are functioning smoothly. You will also be implementing project plans and schedules, while ensuring safety and quality control. Throughout the project, you will also be responsible for delegating work to first staff, subcontractors, and also our own trades people. Join our Technical Services team today! **Responsibilities** * Demonstrates leadership in and is accountable for all aspects of the health, safety and environmental protection on the project site. * Applies the requirements of the Project Specific Safety Program (PSSP) to promote overall compliance of Ledcor HS&E; standards, applicable OH&S; Acts, regulations and codes with all employees and subcontractors on the project. * Ensures subcontractors are meeting productivity expectations and that project milestones and completion dates are met. * Anticipates client needs on construction related issues and can identify short and long term solutions. * Leads development of project plans and monitors performance. * Maintains a daily log of all aspects of onsite work within their area. * Ensures project materials are supplied and work is completed in compliance with the Project Quality Program. * Ensures that the project is built according to approved plans, specifications, drawings and applicable regulatory codes and that high quality standards are maintained. * Develops, maintains and drives the construction schedule in conjunction with project team; ensures project milestones and completion dates are met. * Strategically plans and implements resource levels and quantities while ensuring proper equipment, materials and subcontractors are available as required. * Assumes a leadership role and provides guidance to project team members in order to contribute to their development and career growth. * Leads project meetings with internal and external stakeholders to monitor and support the projects ongoing progression. * Manage construction and provide full time inspection services to monitor and document construction activities to ensure that they meet all specifications. * Oversees project reporting that accurately tracks site progress, events, inspections and other relevant information. * Shares expertise with colleagues and others; offers mentoring and guidance to others when requested. * Performs other related duties as required to ensure the project plan is implemented efficiently **Requirements** * 8+ years of fiber-optic network construction experience as a Superintendent or similar direct supervisory role * Combination of work experience and/or technical training in an industry-related trade certification or education program * Working knowledge of health, safety and environmental protection practices and procedures as they apply to common construction processes * Solid understanding of current construction practices; working knowledge of construction documents, drawings, specifications and project management * Ability to guide safe work practices in a high pressure environment while maintaining project quality, schedule and budget * Ability to communicate clearly and collaborate with multiple stakeholders, understand and interpret stakeholder needs and identify solutions * Capable of anticipating constructability issues in moderately complex situations and creating solutions in the construction plan and schedule * Skilled at promoting teamwork with project team and stakeholders * Ability to use Word, Excel, and Outlook; familiar with scheduling software * Successful completion of a criminal background check and pre-employment drug & alcohol requirements **Work Conditions** * Site based work location Ledcor Technical Services (LTS) designs, builds, and maintains wireline or wireless networks that span North America and beyond. We are a proven leader and innovator in telecommunications network construction, maintenance, and service installation and repair. But when you work for Ledcor, your experience will go far beyond the project. Do you want a career that means more? Join our True Blue team now! * Ledcor is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, status as a protected veteran, status as a qualified individual with disability, or any other legally protected status. All applicants must be able to show proof of eligibility to work in the United States. E-Verify® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security *Location:* Columbus, OH, United States *Job ID:* 18338 *Job Status:* Full Time Regular *Division:* Telecommunications *Date Posted:* 3/13/2019
          (USA-OH-Columbus) Project Administrator      Cache   Translate Page      
You are a dynamic, proactive administrative professional who feels most rewarded in a critical support role. You have experience supporting project needs including tracking of permits and locates. Because you are resourceful, a self-starter and able to juggle multiple priorities, you can take on a wide range of administrative responsibilities. Join Ledcor in Columbus, OH today! **Responsibilities** * Reviews current job log and follows up on any missing items within the life cycle (e.g. permits, locates etc.) * Books locate meetings for locate companies and internal parties (Coordinators, Field Managers, and Operations Managers); verifies that all new locates that have been received are accurate and ensures that no utility paperwork is missing (when required, request missing information) * Attends site meetings with locate companies to ensure correct areas are being marked and escalated; completes locate mark-ups while in the field * Escalates all outstanding locates to locate supervisors and calls in emergency locates as required * Acts as the on-call locates person for field foreman to have re-marks completed or where required, have a private locator come to site * Carries out a wide range of sensitive and diverse administrative and recordkeeping duties including: maintaining Ledcor systems and procedures, reviewing and distributing documentation as well as tracking of project milestones and financial deadlines * Provides regular updates and reporting to the project team on the status of each project as well as any documents or information outstanding * May perform other related duties as assigned **Requirements** * 3+ years' experience in a dynamic project support position. * Experience within the Telecommunication or related industry is an asset * Independent and self-motivated with the ability to take the initiative to troubleshoot assigned tasks and liaise with other departments and external resources * Excellent written and verbal communication skills with strong attention to detail and accuracy * Demonstrated reliability, judgment and professionalism * Task-oriented with an excellent sense of priority, logic and objectivity; highly organized and capable of managing multiple priorities * Excellent customer service focus with an ability to work collaboratively with others * Strong knowledge of Adobe Suite and MS Office applications, including Word, Excel and Outlook * Successful completion of pre-employment drug & alcohol requirements **Work Conditions** * Occasional travel may be required * Office based position Ledcor Technical Services (LTS) designs, builds, and maintains wireline or wireless networks that span North America and beyond. We are a proven leader and innovator in telecommunications network construction, maintenance, and service installation and repair. But when you work for Ledcor, your experience will go far beyond the project. Do you want a career that means more? Join our True Blue team now! * Ledcor is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, status as a protected veteran, status as a qualified individual with disability, or any other legally protected status. All applicants must be able to show proof of eligibility to work in the United States. E-Verify® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security *Location:* Columbus, OH, United States *Job ID:* 18336 *Job Status:* Full Time Regular *Division:* Telecommunications *Date Posted:* 3/13/2019
          (USA-OH-Columbus) Project Controls Financial Analyst      Cache   Translate Page      
You're a Project Controls Specialist with 5+ years of experience, ideally working within Telecommunications or Outside Plant construction. You're an integral part of the project team and will be responsible for managing the financial aspects of the jobsite. In addition to ensuring projects are completed on time and within budget, you will assist operations staff with safety and quality control. Join the Ledcor Technical Services Team in Columbus, OH today! **Responsibilities** * Promotes a culture of health, safety and environmental protection on the project by taking an active role in the implementation of the Project Specific Safety Program (PSSP) to achieve compliance of Ledcor HS&E; standards, applicable OSHA acts, regulations and codes * Assists the General Superintendents in the development and implementation of the Project Execution Plan; review progress of the plan regularly and make adjustments accordingly * Assists the Contracts Manager in reviewing and managing the Prime Contract; ensure compliance with programs and that proper processes are in place * Set up the project Control Budget and responsible for monitoring and reporting on progress of schedule and productivity vs. budget. Perform budget updates as required * Implement Ledcor systems and procedures including progress draws for project billings and the cost accounting system at project start-up and maintain throughout the project * Participates in the tracking of project milestones and financial deadlines; assists with the maintenance of the project schedule and baseline schedule and reviews with Project Manager/Superintendent * Coordinates the request for information (RFI) process, ensures RFIs are distributed to affected trades and maintains RFI logs and binders * Organize and oversee project close-out; ensure warranties and O&M; manuals are collected, turnover documents are created and submitted and assist in demobilizing the site and archiving documentation * Assists with the subcontract management process through the tendering and awarding of work or supply materials; oversee with the review and processing of invoices and progress claims and assists with the review of documents and inquiries * Manage the change order process by estimating and securing pricing, reviewing and inputting the data and submitting the change request to the owner/consultant for approval. Administer the change management process accordingly **Requirements** * 5+ years of related work experience or combination of relevant education and experience. Experience with Outside Plant construction projects is an asset * Completed post-secondary education in Telecom, Construction, Engineering or related discipline an asset * Working knowledge of construction or telecom documents, drawings, specifications and current construction practices, methodology and regulatory codes * Able to communicate clearly and collaborate with multiple project stakeholders and interpret their needs * Capable of anticipating constructability issues in complex situations and creating new solutions to meet the construction plan and schedule * Strong organizational and planning skills and the ability to manage multiple priorities * Capable of probing and listening carefully, presenting information clearly in an appropriate style and persuading others in straightforward situations * Strong MS Office computer skills with an aptitude for learning new programs; familiar with scheduling software Primavera is an asset * Successful completion of a criminal background check and pre-employment drug & alcohol requirements **Work Conditions** * Office and site-based position Ledcor Technical Services (LTS) designs, builds, and maintains wireline or wireless networks that span North America and beyond. We are a proven leader and innovator in telecommunications network construction, maintenance, and service installation and repair. But when you work for Ledcor, your experience will go far beyond the project. Do you want a career that means more? Join our True Blue team now! * Ledcor is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, status as a protected veteran, status as a qualified individual with disability, or any other legally protected status. All applicants must be able to show proof of eligibility to work in the United States. E-Verify® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security *Location:* Columbus, OH, United States *Job ID:* 18335 *Job Status:* Full Time Regular *Division:* Telecommunications *Date Posted:* 3/13/2019
          Sprinkler Technicians      Cache   Translate Page      
MultiLocation, Becoming the leader in the fire and security industry takes talent—yours. We are looking for Sprinkler Technicians/Fitters in the Midwest and South (Indianapollis, Columbus, OH, Cincinnati, OH, Louisville, KY; Lexington KY; Huntsville, AL; Nashville, TN areas to join our best of the best team as we drive the industry forward and pursue excellence in everything we do. If you’re up to the challenge,
          Review: Sophos Intercept X Stops Threats at the Gate      Cache   Translate Page      
Review: Sophos Intercept X Stops Threats at the Gate eli.zimmerman_9856 Tue, 03/12/2019 - 11:59

Traditional anti-malware products scan both memory and disk for particular threat signatures, which are updated daily (or even more often). But if a new threat appears before the pattern files are updated, these solutions won’t be able to detect or prevent the attack. 

In an effort to keep ahead of hackers, SophosLabs analyzes more than 400,000 new malware samples every day. The challenge is that the vast majority of malware is unique to individual organizations, so updating a pattern file is an inefficient, ineffective block for these attacks.

To fix that, Sophos Intercept X sits on top of traditional security software solutions to augment protection. The software prevents malware before it can be executed and stops threats, such as ransomware, from running. When ransomware does get into the network, the tool provides a root cause analysis to help users understand the forensic details.

MORE FROM EDTECH: Here are four ways universities can improve their endpoint protection.

Defeat Ransomware with Automatic Monitoring and File Rollbacks

Intercept X uses deep learning to detect new (and previously unseen) malware and unwanted applications. Deep learning is modeled after the human brain, using advanced neural networks that continuously learn as they accumulate more data.

It’s the same kind of machine learning that powers facial recognition, natural language processing and even self-driving cars, all inside an anti-malware program.

Sheen

Ransomware has grown at a fast clip since the success of the WannaCry malware infection in May 2016. Ransomware installs itself on a computer and then encrypts important files, making them inaccessible to their owner. The owner then receives a message from the attackers that, in an exchange for currency, they will decrypt the files

Sophos Intercept X blocks these attacks by monitoring the file system, detecting any rapid encryption of files and terminating the process. It even rolls back the changes to the files, leaving them as if they had never been touched — and denying the cybercriminals a payoff.

Integrated Protections Give Admins Better Visibility

The software offers several additional protections. WipeGuard uses the same deep learning features to protect a computer’s Master Boot Record. (Ransomware attacks on the MBR prevent the computer from restarting — even restores from backups are impossible until the cybercriminals get their money.)

Safe Browsing includes policies to monitor a web browser’s encryption, presentation and network interfaces to detect “man in the browser” attacks that are common in many banking Trojan viruses.

Sophos Root Cause Analysis contains a list of infection types that have occurred in the past 90 days. There’s even a Visualize tab that connects devices, browsers and websites to track where the infection occurred and how it spread. 

This doesn’t mean users must take action immediately, but it could help them investigate the chain of events surrounding a malware infection and highlight any necessary security improvements.

One caveat: If users haven’t patched their software (especially Java and Adobe applications), Intercept X may detect false positives. Be sure to update all software to the most current versions — always a best practice — to avoid these accidental alerts.

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Make Management Easier Through Sophos Central Dashboard

Endpoint protection is wonderful, but managing all those endpoints can be a chore. In addition to the usual laptops and desktops, security managers must pay attention to servers, mobile devices, email and web browsing. The potential threat surface can be overwhelming.

Sophos Central streamlines endpoint management, especially when deployed alongside other Sophos products. From the console, admins can manage Intercept X and endpoint protection either globally or by device. Web protection provides enterprise-grade browsing defense against malicious pop-ups, ads and risky file downloads. The mobile dashboard also shows device compliance, self-service portal registrations, platform versions and management status. 

Server security protects both virtual and physical servers. The Server Lockdown feature reduces the possibility of attack by ensuring that a server can configure and run only known, trusted executables.

Sophos wireless, encryption and email products also tie in to the console, and Sophos Wi-Fi access points can work alongside endpoint and mobile protection clients to provide integrated threat protection. 

That lets admins see what’s happening on wireless networks, APs and connecting clients to get insight into the inappropriate use of resources, including rogue APs. 

The Sophos Encryption dashboard provides centrally managed full-disk encryption using Windows BitLocker or Mac FileVault. Key management becomes a snap with the SafeGuard Management Center, which lets users recover damaged systems. 

Sophos email protection provides a safeguard against spam, phishing attempts and other malicious attacks through the most common user interface of all: email.

Sophos Central isn’t just for admins. Self-service is an important feature today, with user demands and IT budgets in constant conflict. 

Users can log in to the Sophos self-service portal to customize their security status, recover passwords and get notifications. In most IT departments, password recovery is the No. 1 help desk request, and eliminating those calls means technicians can spend more time on complex tasks.

Sophos Intercept X

OS: Windows 7, 8, 8.1 and 10, 32-bit and 64-bit; macOSz
Speed: Extracts millions of file features in 20 millisecondsm
Storage Requirement: 20MB on the endpoint
Server Requirement: Sophos Central supported on Windows 2008R2 and above

Dr. Jeffrey Sheen currently works as the supervisor of enterprise architecture services for Grange Mutual Casualty Group of Columbus, Ohio.


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Фэнни Флэгг

В одном из последних интервью Фэнни Флэгг заявила, что роман «О чём весь город говорит» будет последним в ее писательской карьере. В этой книге она рассказывает историю одного маленького американского городка: от его основания до наших дней. Прекрасная рассказчица Фэнни Флэгг создала целый мир, населенный обычными людьми, но столь уютный и обаятельный, что читателю невольно начинает хотеться перебраться в него. Новый роман можно назвать путеводителем по творчеству Фэнни Флэгг, в нем собрались герои из многих ее книг – от «Жареных зеленых помидоров» до «На бензоколонке только девушки». Это подарок для всех, кто согласен с сентенцией Фэнни: «жизнь – это дар, а любовь бессмертна».

Из интервью с автором:«Мне было интересно написать историю маленького городка, такого типичного маленького американского городка. Я хотела проследить его историю с момента основания до будущего, – ведь во многом это история самой Америки».

Пресса о книге:

Остроумная сага длиною в век. Обаятельная мудрость Флэгг, ее добродушный юмор предлагают приятную передышку в наши стрессовые времена.

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Если есть одна вещь, которую Фэнни Флэгг умеет делать лучше всех, то это рассказывать истории-сказки. И в новом романе она превзошла себя. Еще один истинный шедевр писательницы, на уровне ее знаменитых «Жареных зеленых помидоров».

The Newport Plain Talk

Теплый, полный юмора и замечательных персонажей, этот трогательный роман – истинный гимн любви и жизнерадостности.

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Nope. No joint partnerships between something that one entity has invested over $100 billion dollars in property taxes, maintenance, land acquisition and construction costs over 90 years and another entity that hasn't contributed a dime. Or how about this? Joint partnership over Hartsfield in return for joint partnerships with the Georgia Ports Authority and the Georgia World Congress Center. Because without Hartsfield, the state of Georgia would have a smaller population and lesser economy than Tennessee, South Carolina, Alabama and Mississippi which means that there would be no GPA and GWCC to begin with. Sound fair? Or how about this. The state of Georgia start an airport authority that manages every airport in the state. Albany. Columbus. Savannah. Macon. Athens etc. Instead of just wanting to grab control of the one airport in the state that makes more money than it loses. And the smaller ones in places like DeKalb and Valdosta. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_airports_in_Georgia_(U.S._state) And how about the state build its own airport and manage that airport itself. They can build it anywhere they want including in Renee Unterman's backyard. Assumng the locals agree because the last attempt to build an airport in Gwinnett was torpedoed by NIMBY types. I dislike Emanuel Jones but he had one great comment to the effect of if the state gets away with taking over Hartsfield today, then it is going to be open season on city and county owned assets in Republican areas when the Democrats take back control of the state tomorrow.
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In honor of March being Women's History Month, I am here presenting a sampling of women in the Bible who functioned in all kinds of leadership roles. My motive in presenting this is twofold: First of all, I pray that it will affirm those women who sense a call of God but are hampered by doctrinal questions about the validity of such a call. Secondly, I hope to influence others to rethink their theology that puts restraints on the ministry of women in the church. I am convinced that we will not see the great spiritual awakening for which many are praying apart from the full participation of the female members of Christ's body.

Deborah: Prophetess and Judge

Before the institution of the monarchy beginning with Saul, Israel was ruled by a series of judges. Perhaps the most celebrated of these judges was a woman named Deborah, who is referred to as both a prophetess and a judge. In other words, she exercised both spiritual and civil authority. She had such respect from the people that even the military commander, Barak, refused to go out to battle unless she accompanied him. She accompanied him to battle, and God gave them a great victory over the Canaanites.

Deborah had a husband named Lapiodoth, but he is mentioned only in passing. She was obviously the one called of God to be the out-front leader and deliverer of Israel at that time in history. There is not the slightest hint that her example was out of order or even exceptional.

The Assemblies of God is, therefore, correct when, in its official position paper on women, it says, "The instances of women filling leadership roles in the Bible should be taken as divinely approved pattern, not as exceptions to divine decrees."

Miriam: God-Sent Leader to Israel

In Micah 6:4b, God speaks through the prophet and says, "I sent before you Moses, Aaron, and Miriam." Of the three leaders God sent to bring Israel out of Egypt, one of them was a woman. Note that in this passage God says, "I sent." The word "apostle" literally means "sent one," which means that Miriam, along with Moses and Aaron, were the "apostles" sent by God to bring deliverance to Israel.

This is confirmed by the Septuagint, which uses the word ekapisteila, the verb form of apostolos with the prefix ek, meaning "out." It literally means "sent out." Miriam was "sent out" by God along with Moses and Aaron. Could it be that that God is still calling and "sending out" women today? Will the church be open to receiving these women?

Mary Magdalene: Apostle to the Apostles

Jesus appeared first to Mary Magdalene after His resurrection. The emphasis that the Gospel writers give to this fact make it clear that this was no chance or accidental appearance, but that Jesus appeared first to Mary in order to make a statement.

We must remember that in the first century, neither Roman nor Jewish courts of law would allow the testimony of a woman as evidence. Jesus confronts this cultural bias head-on by appearing first to Mary and sending her to bear testimony to the most significant event of human history. He could have just as easily appeared first to the men, but he required that they hear the news of His resurrection for the first time from the lips of a woman.

His words to Mary, Go and tell . . . identify her as a "sent one" who receives the first apostolic commission from the risen Lord to go and proclaim the Good News of His resurrection. This is why, throughout history, Mary has often been referred to as "the apostle to the apostles."

My father was converted as a result of a young "Mary" (her actual name) responding to the voice of the Lord to "go and tell," who began conducting revival meetings in southeastern Oklahoma and northeastern Texas. I have no doubt that there are a host of Marys in the world today who are hearing the voice the Lord instructing them to "go and tell."

Phoebe: Minister and Church Leader

In Romans 16:1b, Paul refers to Phoebe as "a servant of the church in Cenchrea." The word "servant" in this passage is translated from the Greek word diakonos, which literally means "servant," but was used as a general designation for Christian leaders.

For example, in 1 Corinthians 3:5a, where Paul says, "Who then is Paul, and who is Apollos, but ministers through whom you believed?" "ministers" is a translation of diakonos. Where diakonos was used of men, the translators chose to translate it as "ministers," but where it was used of a woman, they chose to translate it as "servant." Phoebe was, therefore, a "minister" and leader in the church in Cenchrea.

Paul also said that Phoebe had been a "helper of many and of myself as well" (Rom. 16:1b).It is unfortunate that some translators have translated the Greek word prostatis as "helper," for it appears to be another case of translator bias. The word is feminine and literally means "to stand before."

Thayer's Greek-English Lexicon defines a prostatis as "a woman set over others; a female guardian, protectress, patroness, caring for the affairs of others and aiding them with her resources." In other words, a prostatis had all the characteristics that we would expect in a modern-day pastor.

This word prostatis identifies Phoebe as a leader from the church in Cenchrea who has Paul's respect. Not only does her refer to her as a diakonos and a prostatis, but he instructs the church in Rome to receive her with respect and to assist her in whatever business she has with them (Hyatt, Paul, Women and Church, 28).

Does the church today show respect to the Phoebes who are in her midst?

Priscilla: Pastor and Co-Worker with Paul

When Paul mentions Priscilla and Aquilla, he always mentions them together, and they were obviously a husband-wife team. Paul had lived, worked and ministered with them while in Corinth and when he departed, they departed with him (Acts 18:1-3, 18). He always uses plural pronouns—"they" and "them"—when referring to them.

In Romans 16:3-5, Paul sends greetings to Priscilla and Aquilla "and the church that is in their house" (Rom. 16:5). Because Paul here goes against the normal cultural convention of always mentioning the man first, and mentions Priscilla first, many believe that Priscilla was the out-front one in the relationship—like Deborah—and the host and pastor of the church that met in their home. Paul obviously thinks very highly of them both saying that they had "risked their own necks for my life" (Rom. 16:4a).

Junia: An Apostle

In Romans 16:7, Paul greets Andronicus and Junia, who, he says, "are noteworthy among the apostles." Junia is a feminine name and was recognized as a female apostle for the first several centuries of the church's existence. The famous church father of the fourth century, John Chrysostom, declared of Junia, "O how great is the devotion of this woman that she should even be counted worthy of the appellation of apostle."

Some have tried to argue that the name should be "Junias," which is a male name. The problem with this claim is that, first of all, every ancient Greek manuscript, without exception, has the feminine form of "Junia." Secondly, the name Junias is unknown in the ancient world, while Junia is a common name. Junias, therefore, is a hypothetical name created by those who cannot accept that Paul would recognize a female apostle (Hyatt, Paul, Women and Church, 25).

Commenting on why some translations have used "Junias," Dr. N. Clayton Croy, professor of New Testament at Trinity Lutheran Seminary in Columbus, Ohio, says, "It is hard to see any reason other than the translators' bias against the possibility that a woman could be an apostle." Faced with such overwhelming evidence, the NIV translators changed the word from "Junias" (1984 edition) to "Junia" in the 2011 edition.

Lydia and the Women Who Labored with Paul in Philippi

Paul began the church in Philippi with a group of praying women. His base of operations and the church's meeting place was in the home of one of these women whose name was Lydia (Acts 16:13-15, 40). Jewish law required a quorum of 10 Jewish men, who were heads of households, for establishing a synagogue in any community. Paul, however, had no problem beginning a Christian congregation with a group of praying women. As far as we know, this was the first church in Europe.

These women obviously functioned in leadership alongside Paul. This is borne out by the fact that in 4:3b of his letter to the Philippian church, he exhorted, "help those women who labored with me in the gospel." Gerald F. Hawthorne, in the Word Biblical Commentary, says that Paul, in this passage, uses a metaphor which means "to fight together side by side with," clearly indicating that Paul sees these women, not as peons under him, but as highly esteemed members of his team who have labored at his side in the cause of Christ.

This reminds me of the words of the noted, British New Testament scholar, F.F, Bruce, who said;

He [Paul] delighted in the company of his fellows, both men and women. The most incredible feature in the Paul of popular mythology is his alleged misogyny. He treated women as persons. The mainstream churches of Christendom, as they inch along towards a worthier recognition of the ministry of women, have some way to go yet before they come abreast of Paul (Hyatt, Paul, Women and Church, 31).

Paul's Spiritual Mother

Paul never mentions a spiritual father, but he does mention a spiritual mother. In Romans 16:13 he sends greetings to Rufus, "and his mother and mine." This is obviously not Paul's biological mother, but a woman who has been a spiritual mother to him. We know little about this woman, but at some point in Paul's spiritual journey, she had offered encouragement and counsel to Paul and been like a mother to him.

The identity of this woman can perhaps be identified by comparing Paul's words in this passage to Mark's Gospel, which also mentions an individual named Rufus. Since Paul's letter and Mark's Gospel were both written to the same Christian community in Rome, and within a few years of each other, it is likely that the Rufus mentioned by Paul and the Rufus mentioned by Mark are the same person.

In his Gospel, which was originally written to the church in Rome, Mark tells of Simon of Cyrene being compelled to carry the cross of Jesus. He notes that Simon is the father of Alexander and Rufus and obviously expects his audience to make the connection when they hear the names of the two sons. The Rufus of Paul, therefore, is most likely the Rufus of Mark, the son of Simon of Cyrene who carried the cross of Jesus.

So, although Paul never mentions a spiritual father in his writings, he does make a point to send greetings to his spiritual mother. His spiritual mother was likely an African woman from Cyrene (Cyrene is located on the north coast of Africa), the mother of Rufus and the wife of Simon of Cyrene who carried the cross of Jesus.

What About 1 Timothy 2:12?

Some will surely quote I Timothy 2:12 as a counter to all the above biblical passages. It reads, "I do not permit a woman to teach or to usurp authority over a man, but to be silent." First of all, the above passages about women must be given equal consideration with this passage. Many have made the error of making 1 Timothy 2:12 a canon within the canon when it comes to women and forcing every other passage to fit their interpretation of this one passage. That is not good hermeneutics.

Secondly, it is obvious from 1 Timothy 1:3 that Paul wrote this letter to Timothy to address the issue of false doctrine that was being spread in the church in Ephesus. His concern is not women in leadership per se, but the propagation of false doctrine by both men and women. First Timothy was not written as a manual of church order to be observed by all churches at all times, but to address the unique situation that existed in Ephesus at the time.

This is borne out by the fact that "authority" in 2:12 is a translation of the Greek word authentein, a word that is found only here in the entire New Testament. If Paul was addressing the normal exercise of authority in the church, we would expect him to use exousia, which he and other New Testament writers use over 100 times. That Paul uses this strange Greek word that neither he nor any other New Testament writer ever used is a clear sign that he is addressing a unique and local situation in Ephesus and is not giving instructions for all churches everywhere.

Those who would restrict the role of women in the church cannot claim Paul as an ally or an authority for their stance.

An Amazing Word From God

Much of the church has refused to recognize the gifts of its female members and has, thereby, violated Paul's command in 1 Thessalonians 5:19, "Do not quench the Spirit." As a result of this disobedience, many gifts have lain dormant while millions have perished without Christ, and the church has languished in defeat.

In 2010, I awakened very early one morning and, not wanting to awaken Sue, went into an adjoining room where I sat on a sofa enjoying the solitude and quietly communing with the Lord. At some point, I sensed my heart become very still and quiet, and then I heard, "I want you to be more identified with Sue and what she is doing," a reference to her work for the full acceptance of the gifts and callings of women in the church.

There was a moment of quietness and I then heard the words, "This message has the power to begin a mass movement from Islam to Christianity, beginning with the women." {eoa}

This article is derived in part from Dr. Eddie Hyatt's book, Paul, Women and Church, available from Amazon in both paperback and Kindle. He and his wife, Dr. Susan Hyatt, have founded the International Christian Women's Hall of Fame in Grapevine, Texas, with the goal of "celebrating God's women of yesterday and creating world changer's today." The website is gwtwchristianwomenshalloffame.com. Visit Dr. Eddie Hyatt's website at eddiehyatt.com.

This article originally appeared at eddiehyatt.com.


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I would think that a better site for this facility would be at Summitview and Sawmill. Hard/Sawmill probably doesn't need any more development to add to the congestion. If memory serves, we were told that the corners of Hard/Sawmill would be retained as "undeveloped" to fit in well with Dublin and not end up being just like Columbus.
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Marriage paradigms you may have collected and created throughout your life are often at the core of how you operate in a marriage. These paradigms or ideas may be very biblical or very unbiblical. These paradigms may be very healthy or unhealthy, self-serving or giving. Whatever the paradigm, the paradigm has power. In Proverbs 23:7, it says, "For as he thinks in his heart, so is he."

I can tell you as a Christian psychologist that this Scripture is so true. The paradigm you collected and created will be how you behave in your marriage. These paradigms create the framework or worldview you have of marriage, your role in marriage, and your expectations of your spouse in marriage. Your paradigm affects how you wake up and greet your spouse (in tolerance or celebration). Your paradigm determines who gets the other a cup of coffee, cooks meals, cleans up, creates wealth, pays bills, initiates sex and creates romance and so on. You can see how powerful paradigms can be in the way you believe and behave in your life.

However, rarely has anyone sat you and your spouse down and said, "Let's go through your paradigm about your marriage." It's my experience that the paradigms are the roots that create the fruits in your marriage. For better or worse, you'll cling to a known paradigm regardless if it's healthy or unhealthy if that paradigm isn't exposed and thought through differently.

In my thirty years of experience, I've learned that if a person's paradigm of marriage is more functional than relational, this in and of itself can create havoc in 10 to 20 years of marriage. The lover-spouse paradigm is a relational paradigm that keeps both of you continuing to aim at staying a lover.

In a strong marriage one, two or three paradigms can exist that you need to expose, challenge or even change to accommodate your marriage. Your marriage has bonded two beings from different paradigms, some of which might not be the best for your marriage.

Our paradigms come from what we have seen or heard over the course of our life up to our wedding day. I think that is why Proverbs 4:23 tells us that above all else to "keep your heart with all diligence, for out of it are the issues of life."

When someone creates a paradigm and questions it, that's one thing. However, when someone creates a paradigm and believes it with their heart, that becomes a whole other matter. As I said earlier, Proverbs 23: 7 states, "As a man thinks in his heart, so is he."

The heart is where we believe. The Bible says, "If you confess with your mouth Jesus is Lord, and believe in your heart that God has raised Him from the dead, you will be saved" (Rom. 10:9). The heart is actually the most powerful thing we possess. When we believe something in our hearts, then our minds, wills and emotions fully support this belief.

For example, if for whatever reason someone really believes they're worthless, they'll behave in worthless ways regardless of God's love, or their parent's and spouse's love. If someone believes they're worthy of love, they won't accept disrespect or behavior toward them in a less than worthy way. More than anything, what we truly believe in our heart influences our behavior.

Our beliefs are the fuel for every paradigm we currently believe in all areas of our lives. When we believe our paradigm, it grows and grows whether it's true or not. However, when we stop believing a paradigm, it dies, often instantly. I remember clearly as if it was yesterday when Lisa rolled over in bed years after we were married and said, "I really love you."

I can't explain it, but at that moment I really "believed" her. Once I believed her, all the previous paradigms instantly vanished. I can't tell you how many thousands of times I've seen that when someone believes a new paradigm, all the old ideas almost instantly disappear.

It's like when we really believe we are forgiven of all sin (past, present and future) by Christ and we fully let that in our hearts, we are changed. The past is gone, grace is real, and we become different.

I've counseled beautiful, smart women who believed they were unattractive and unlovable. I've also counseled men who were millionaires and billionaires and believed they're unlovable and worthless. Facts are not necessarily when someone believes something in their heart.

Remember from history there was a time around the Christopher Columbus era that everyone thought the world was flat. They not only thought it, they believed it with their heart (paradigm). The church and political leaders of that day would persecute those who thought the world was round. Today we think this is ridiculous.

However, as a Christian psychologist, I can tell you that many a husband and wife fully think and believe in their paradigm of marriage or the role of the husband or wife with all their heart—regardless of facts or futility. {eoa}

Doug Weiss, Ph.D., is a nationally known author, speaker and licensed psychologist. He is the executive director of Heart to Heart Counseling Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado, and the author of several books including, his newest title "Lover Spouse". You may contact Dr. Weiss via his website, drdougweiss.com or on his Facebook, by phone at 719-278-3708 or through email at heart2heart@xc.org.


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Urban Meyer didn't google "Ohio State football" to learn about what he had just gotten himself into.

He had punched the clock at the university previously, back during his mustache days. Earle Bruce was like a second father. Urban's actual father had a portrait of Woody Hayes hanging in his childhood home. You could say he was overprepared for the whole Ahia thing.

It's hard to imagine an Ohio State head coach wandering into the Graveyard blindfolded, but it happens. John Cooper famously called the Horseshoe Buckeye Stadium after he was hired and didn't quite figure out the whole Michigan thing until his career was over.

He also complained that his inherited roster had too many slow, white guys. This was during the 1980s, at Ohio State - a team that was regularly on television and won often, but rarely if ever due to team speed. Coop couldn't google "three yards and a cloud of dust" to study what he had gotten himself into back in 1988, and apparently he had never seen Ohio State play football until he began roaming the sideline at Buckeye Stadium himself.

He was blindfolded in the Graveyard up until the moment he took permanent residence in it. You could say Coop was...underprepared. He brought a lot of helpful things but that was bizarre.

Joey Bosa and Evan Spencer never felt like imports in Columbus. They were Eric's nephew and Tim's kid, respectively.

During his January 2001 interview in the frantic days that followed Coop's firing - and at at the bottom of the Buckeyes' hard luck streak with the Wolverines - Oregon coach Mike Bellotti reportedly asked Andy Geiger if Ohio State had to play Michigan every season. Sidebar: Kids, adults are lying to you. Old people lie all the time - there is a such thing as a dumb question and Bellotti asked one that eliminated him from contention for a job he had traveled cross-country to pursue. Dude, read something on the plane next time.

Ohio State eventually settled on Jim Tressel, a guy whose only blindfold involved what he viewed as menial administrative and unnecessarily regulatory tasks. It worked out marvelously.

But he still went gray, quickly - and that's in large part because OSU Head Coach is the second-most important job in the state behind OSU Starting Quarterback. The Buckeyes are Ohio's team. Ohio is also where football coaches and a whole lot of players are minted at an early age, which makes them a bit of a dream too. It's a job with 10 million bosses. And you thought just having one was bad enough.

The football program, to put it mildly, is a precious asset. The pressure is immense. It only takes a few seasons for the head coach's hair to start to look like the helmet (quarterbacks mercifully run out of eligibility, but unfortunate things still happen to their hair). Tressel knew all of this, having punched the clock at the university previously during what should have been his mustache days.

And Urban knew it too. Ohio State football is historically made for and by Ohioans.

He made that messaging the primary component of his introductory press conference, and then again when he introduced his first staff - and wife - noting that every one of his hires or retentions had been made in whole or part by the great state they were intent on making proud:

That was only seven years ago. The premium on being from Ohio and participating in Ohio State football is barely discussed anymore.

Meyer inherited Huber Heights' Braxton Miller, Cardinal Mooney's John Simon and dozens of other local legends who lived everyone's dream by making it all the way to Columbus, including an entire offensive line unit that was made in Ohio. Seventy of the players on the 2012 roster were playing for their home team.

Two of the three scholarship quarterbacks were Ohio hometown heroes. The third, Kenny Guiton, committed to Ohio State from Houston without having ever been to Ohio. That's one of only two known methods for gaining honorary state citizenship.

Three seasons later, Urban's 2014 team was still largely homegrown, from the entire O-line again to the star linebacker, deep threat receiver and even the QB-Safety Bromance. Of course there were imports that were indispensable - a starting tailback from St. Louis being the most notable one. But there was more than one star who gained honorary state citizenship through legacy, the other method, which Guiton was unable to use.

The rush end from Florida and the wide receiver from Illinois never felt like imports in Columbus. They were Eric's nephew and Tim's kid, respectively. They were "from Ohio" too even if their high schools were not.

Fast-forward to present day, and new head coach Ryan Day's Ohio roots can be traced all the way back to 2017. That's when Meyer brought him in on Chip Kelly's sterling recommendation, to replace Tim Beck, whom he had brought in on Ed Warinner's recommendation. Day was New Hampshire's Gatorade Player of the Year in high school and stayed home to play for New Hampshire, where he set passing records while playing for Kelly.

Once imported into Ohio, he mentored J.T. Barrett (Texas), Dwayne Haskins (Maryland) and Joe Burrow (Athens) until Burrow transferred (Louisiana). He and Larry Johnson were Meyer's first high-profile No-Ohio-Ties-Whatsoever hires beyond the first staff with whom he also had no previous relationship (Greg Schiano, Bill Davis). Something funny happened to the premium placed on Ohio roots between that basketball halftime video back in 2012 and now. Losing nine total games over seven seasons was so shiny we hardly noticed.

The same thing has been happening, albeit more slowly, to the top job in the state for some time. Justin Zwick, Troy Smith, Todd Boeckman, Braxton Miller and Cardale Jones covered a 12-year stretch where Ohio QBs were on the roster, interrupted only by the brief Terrelle Pryor (Pennsylvania)-Joe Bauserman (Virginia/Florida)-Guiton period. In Pryor's case, Ohio State had literally it's highest-rated recruit of all time taking snaps.

The period was justified. Perhaps you're old enough to remember the unprecedented hoopla of Pryor's recruitment. The pre-Internet Joe Pickens (Ohio) recruiting saga was an afternoon tea by comparison.

Justin Fields (Georgia) just replaced Pryor atop the Buckeyes' highest-rated recruits list, albeit as a transfer. His arrival directly resulted in Tate Martell (Nevada) leaving for Miami (Florida). Fields now occupies the top job in the state along with Matthew Baldwin (Texas) and will likely be Ohio State's starter for its 2019 opener and Day's fourth-ever game as head coach (FAU).

Once he wins the job, Fields will be handing off to J.K. Dobbins (Texas) and throwing to K.J. Hill (Arkansas), Austin Mack (Indiana), Ben Victor (Florida) and Chris Olave (California). Of the projected offensive line starters, only Josh Meyers and Thayer Munford are homegrown. The coaching staff's ties only give a slight edge to Ohio. Two of the 2019 assistants who now report to Day reported to Jim Harbaugh the last time the Buckeyes played a home game (Buckeye Stadium).

This team from the head coach on down brings a decidedly-imported feel heading into 2019, a season in which Ohio State will be attempting to threepeat (Indianapolis). Fields snapped up the opportunity to play for Haskins' polymath position coach who is now situated at the program's biggest desk.

His hair has yet to show signs of anxiety. Day does not seem underprepared or overprepared. He's just prepared.

He didn't have to google "Ohio State football" to learn about what he's getting himself into, but the job he has now was not on his radar when his likely starting quarterback was a high school senior. Dreams are funny. The Buckeyes have been dominant going on 17 seasons now, with only a couple of exceptions. It's a run that spans the memories of literally every player on the current team.

Maybe that's why playing - or coaching - for the Buckeyes is no longer a regional dream. The only question is if Ohioans will be just as willing to embrace a machine that's largely manufactured with imported parts.


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The west end of Midtown Manhattan is an odd place. The New Jersey–facing piers that were until recently the neighborhood's defining feature feel far removed from the bustling crowds that canvas the rest of the island.

If you've passed through in the past year or two, you’ll have noticed that a patch of glistening skyscrapers has protruded high into the air like a futuristic vision. But Hudson Yards, the 28-acre real-estate development at the northern terminus of the High Line, is not a thing of the future: It's here, finally, and it's opening to the public March 15. The complex has eight residential and commercial buildings sitting on a huge public plaza. It's ornamented by British designer Thomas Heatherwick’s 150-foot-tall honeycomb-like functional sculpture titled Vessel, open to visitors, which comprises a looping staircase with 2,500 steps and 80 landings.

Developed by Stephen Ross, founder and chairman of Related Companies, the real-estate development firm behind the Time Warner Center at Columbus Circle, Hudson Yards was designed as an all-encompassing live-work-shop-dine neighborhood in and of itself. Luxury apartments are available for sale or rent, and several companies are opening offices or relocating their headquarters here, including WarnerMedia and L'Oréal USA, among others. Ken Himmel, president and CEO of Related Urban, co-curated the collection of retail and dining venues.

The majority of the dining venues are located at 10 and 20 Hudson Yards. This will include 10 full-service restaurants by big-name chefs like Thomas Keller, David Chang and Michael Lomonaco; a sprawling food hall by José Andrés; and popular quality-focused fast-casual eateries like Shake Shack and Sweetgreen. Several of these renowned restaurateurs have Wine Spectator Restaurant Award–winning concepts in New York and elsewhere for their excellent wine programs, and their new operations will be no different. Here's your guide to finding great wine at Hudson Yards.

Mercado Little Spain

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Mercado Little Spain will be chef José Andrés' first restaurant in New York.

Who: José Andrés (in partnership with Ferran and Albert Adrià)
Restaurant Awards: Barmini, Zaytinya, four Bazaar concepts, four Jaleo locations, and five other restaurants

Chef José Andrés recalls that 30 years ago this year, he came to New York City for the first time. He was in the Spanish army, and his ship docked mere steps from the area that would become Hudson Yards, where he is opening his newest eateries this month. He believes it's destiny.

Mercado Little Spain takes up the entire ground floor of 10 Hudson Yards. It's a colorful food court with a main seating area at its center, and several full-service restaurants and bars scattered around. The 10 food kiosks offer focused counter service: The Jamón y Queso kiosk, for example, serves just ham, cheese and cured meats. There will be a tapas bar with counter seating, as well as a Spanish wine bar, Vinos, and a cocktail bar, Bar Celona. Two retail shops will sell canned goods, books, gifts and more. Three restaurants will top it off: Leña, which will focus on paella and grilled meats; Mar, focusing on seafood; and Spanish Diner, a casual all-day eatery with a retractable wall for fair weather. Only two kiosks and Bar Celona will open March 15; the rest will roll out in the coming weeks.

Andy Myers, wine director for Andrés' ThinkFoodGroup, is overseeing the all-Spanish beverage program for the entire Mercado Little Spain. There will be between 250 and 300 selections available, with around 40 by the glass, at all the restaurants and bars. The lists, while offering the same wines, will be formatted differently for each venue according to what styles go best with the food and concept.

"Our goal is to introduce America to the wonder and the bounty and the sheer diversity of Spanish wine," Myers told Wine Spectator. While there will be staples like Rioja and Ribera del Duero, the list will also branch out into areas like Sherry, Sierra de Malaga, the Canary Islands and beyond. "We're super-excited to show everybody [that] Spain is a much more diverse place in wine than anybody knew."

TAK Room

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TAK Room's Four Story Hill Farm chicken in thyme jus is carved tableside.

Who: Thomas Keller
Restaurant Awards: Grand Awards the French Laundry and Per Se, and Bouchon

TAK Room will serve classic continental cuisine, overseen by chef Jarrod Huth, on Level 5 of 20 Hudson Yards. The wine list will offer 400 to 500 selections, with more than 20 available by the glass, as well as a dozen half-bottles and about 30 magnums. It was developed by chef Thomas Keller and his restaurant group's beverage director, Michel Couvreux.

"To follow TAK Room's iconic menu, I have selected wines that represent some very classic appellations from France, mainly Bordeaux, Burgundy and the Rhône Valley," Couvreux told Wine Spectator. There will be some verticals of Bordeaux first-growths like Châteaus Mouton-Rothschild and Latour. California will be another main focus, particularly Cabernets and bottlings from Napa Valley.

Champagne and other sparkling wines will be served by the glass tableside from a gueridon that was custom-built for TAK Room. Keller will also open a Bouchon Bakery on the fifth floor.

Momofuku Kāwi

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Chef Eunjo "Jo" Park was a cook at Momofuku Ko before taking over the kitchen at Kāwi.

Who: David Chang
Restaurant Awards: Five Momofuku concepts and Majordōmo

Located on Level 5, Kāwi feels like a slightly more upscale iteration of David Chang's slew of Momofuku restaurants, with dimmed lighting and a sleek open kitchen. Chef Jo Park will helm the kitchen, serving inventive Korean-inspired fare.

The wine list will have more than 300 selections highlighting small-production vintners who practice "responsible farming." It will focus heavily on France, as well as rising stars in the New World; look forward to a sparkling Gamay from Beaujolais' Frank Besson, as well as a Pinot Noir from Oregon's Hope Well. Behind the program are Isabella Fitzgerald, the beverage manager at Kāwi who did an eight-year stint at Best of Award of Excellence winner Gramercy Tavern, and Jake Lewis, who has been the Momofuku group's beverage director since 2016.

Chang will also open Peach Mart, a takeout spot adjoining Kāwi, and an outpost of Fuku, his fried-chicken joint, on the second floor.

Hudson Yards Grill

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Hudson Yards Grill will be a more casual restaurant than Michael Lomonaco's Porter House.

Who: Michael Lomonaco
Restaurant Award: Porter House Bar and Grill

Hudson Yards Grill, on Level 4, is a collaboration with Himmel Hospitality Group, a Boston-based company that owns Grand Award winner Grill 23 & Bar, as well as Best of Award of Excellence winners Post 390, Harvest and Bistro du Midi.

The bright red leather booths give a classic American comfort vibe to the restaurant, but a touch more upscale. In the back, a large open kitchen sprawls across the entire width of the space. It will serve a cornucopia of cuisines: Preview dishes included thin-crust pizzas, sliders, gumbo and sushi, and the kitchen is set up with a rotisserie oven for various meats.

The wine list, crafted by Himmel beverage director Brahm Callahan, will offer 75 selections by the bottle and 20 by the glass.

Other noteworthy venues

Wine lovers will also want to check out restaurateur Costas Spiliadis' two-story venue on Levels 5 and 6; Spiliadis owns multiple seafood-focused restaurants in the U.S., Canada, Greece and the U.K. Milos Wine Bar, downstairs, will champion Greek wine with around 100 selections from the country. Spiliadis wants to raise the profile of Greek wine, and will introduce Hudson Yards diners to native grapes like Assyrtiko, Agiorgitiko, Xinomavro and more. Go up a spiral staircase (or the elevator at the center) to reach Estiatorio Milos, the main restaurant with an outdoor patio and raw bar.

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Estiatorio Milos will have the largest outdoor patio of the complex.

Other full-service restaurants opening March 15 include Queensyard, by D&D London, celebrating all things British; Wild Ink, by the Rhubarb group, serving Asian-inspired cuisine in a swanky, art deco–like space; Belcampo, the sustainable and ethical Northern California meat company owned by Anya Fernald; and the Zodiac Room, on the top floor of a Neiman Marcus department store, which occupies a corner of the building and has gorgeous views of the Freedom Tower and the Statue of Liberty. There will also be a Citarella, the gourmet seafood-focused market.

But there's even more to come. Restaurateur Danny Meyer of Union Square Hospitality Group, owner of Restaurant Award winners like the Modern and Gramercy Tavern, will open Cedric's this coming April at the Shed, a performing and visual arts cultural center on the complex. Additionally, an unnamed Stephen Starr restaurant is in the works at Equinox Hotel; Starr owns 16 Restaurant Award–winning restaurants across Pennsylvania, New York, Florida and Washington, D.C., including Le Coucou and Barclay Prime.


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In honor of March being Women's History Month, I am here presenting a sampling of women in the Bible who functioned in all kinds of leadership roles. My motive in presenting this is twofold: First of all, I pray that it will affirm those women who sense a call of God but are hampered by doctrinal questions about the validity of such a call. Secondly, I hope to influence others to rethink their theology that puts restraints on the ministry of women in the church. I am convinced that we will not see the great spiritual awakening for which many are praying apart from the full participation of the female members of Christ's body.

Deborah: Prophetess and Judge

Before the institution of the monarchy beginning with Saul, Israel was ruled by a series of judges. Perhaps the most celebrated of these judges was a woman named Deborah, who is referred to as both a prophetess and a judge. In other words, she exercised both spiritual and civil authority. She had such respect from the people that even the military commander, Barak, refused to go out to battle unless she accompanied him. She accompanied him to battle, and God gave them a great victory over the Canaanites.

Deborah had a husband named Lapiodoth, but he is mentioned only in passing. She was obviously the one called of God to be the out-front leader and deliverer of Israel at that time in history. There is not the slightest hint that her example was out of order or even exceptional.

The Assemblies of God is, therefore, correct when, in its official position paper on women, it says, "The instances of women filling leadership roles in the Bible should be taken as divinely approved pattern, not as exceptions to divine decrees."

Miriam: God-Sent Leader to Israel

In Micah 6:4b, God speaks through the prophet and says, "I sent before you Moses, Aaron, and Miriam." Of the three leaders God sent to bring Israel out of Egypt, one of them was a woman. Note that in this passage God says, "I sent." The word "apostle" literally means "sent one," which means that Miriam, along with Moses and Aaron, were the "apostles" sent by God to bring deliverance to Israel.

This is confirmed by the Septuagint, which uses the word ekapisteila, the verb form of apostolos with the prefix ek, meaning "out." It literally means "sent out." Miriam was "sent out" by God along with Moses and Aaron. Could it be that that God is still calling and "sending out" women today? Will the church be open to receiving these women?

Mary Magdalene: Apostle to the Apostles

Jesus appeared first to Mary Magdalene after His resurrection. The emphasis that the Gospel writers give to this fact make it clear that this was no chance or accidental appearance, but that Jesus appeared first to Mary in order to make a statement.

We must remember that in the first century, neither Roman nor Jewish courts of law would allow the testimony of a woman as evidence. Jesus confronts this cultural bias head-on by appearing first to Mary and sending her to bear testimony to the most significant event of human history. He could have just as easily appeared first to the men, but he required that they hear the news of His resurrection for the first time from the lips of a woman.

His words to Mary, Go and tell . . . identify her as a "sent one" who receives the first apostolic commission from the risen Lord to go and proclaim the Good News of His resurrection. This is why, throughout history, Mary has often been referred to as "the apostle to the apostles."

My father was converted as a result of a young "Mary" (her actual name) responding to the voice of the Lord to "go and tell," who began conducting revival meetings in southeastern Oklahoma and northeastern Texas. I have no doubt that there are a host of Marys in the world today who are hearing the voice the Lord instructing them to "go and tell."

Phoebe: Minister and Church Leader

In Romans 16:1b, Paul refers to Phoebe as "a servant of the church in Cenchrea." The word "servant" in this passage is translated from the Greek word diakonos, which literally means "servant," but was used as a general designation for Christian leaders.

For example, in 1 Corinthians 3:5a, where Paul says, "Who then is Paul, and who is Apollos, but ministers through whom you believed?" "ministers" is a translation of diakonos. Where diakonos was used of men, the translators chose to translate it as "ministers," but where it was used of a woman, they chose to translate it as "servant." Phoebe was, therefore, a "minister" and leader in the church in Cenchrea.

Paul also said that Phoebe had been a "helper of many and of myself as well" (Rom. 16:1b).It is unfortunate that some translators have translated the Greek word prostatis as "helper," for it appears to be another case of translator bias. The word is feminine and literally means "to stand before."

Thayer's Greek-English Lexicon defines a prostatis as "a woman set over others; a female guardian, protectress, patroness, caring for the affairs of others and aiding them with her resources." In other words, a prostatis had all the characteristics that we would expect in a modern-day pastor.

This word prostatis identifies Phoebe as a leader from the church in Cenchrea who has Paul's respect. Not only does her refer to her as a diakonos and a prostatis, but he instructs the church in Rome to receive her with respect and to assist her in whatever business she has with them (Hyatt, Paul, Women and Church, 28).

Does the church today show respect to the Phoebes who are in her midst?

Priscilla: Pastor and Co-Worker with Paul

When Paul mentions Priscilla and Aquilla, he always mentions them together, and they were obviously a husband-wife team. Paul had lived, worked and ministered with them while in Corinth and when he departed, they departed with him (Acts 18:1-3, 18). He always uses plural pronouns—"they" and "them"—when referring to them.

In Romans 16:3-5, Paul sends greetings to Priscilla and Aquilla "and the church that is in their house" (Rom. 16:5). Because Paul here goes against the normal cultural convention of always mentioning the man first, and mentions Priscilla first, many believe that Priscilla was the out-front one in the relationship—like Deborah—and the host and pastor of the church that met in their home. Paul obviously thinks very highly of them both saying that they had "risked their own necks for my life" (Rom. 16:4a).

Junia: An Apostle

In Romans 16:7, Paul greets Andronicus and Junia, who, he says, "are noteworthy among the apostles." Junia is a feminine name and was recognized as a female apostle for the first several centuries of the church's existence. The famous church father of the fourth century, John Chrysostom, declared of Junia, "O how great is the devotion of this woman that she should even be counted worthy of the appellation of apostle."

Some have tried to argue that the name should be "Junias," which is a male name. The problem with this claim is that, first of all, every ancient Greek manuscript, without exception, has the feminine form of "Junia." Secondly, the name Junias is unknown in the ancient world, while Junia is a common name. Junias, therefore, is a hypothetical name created by those who cannot accept that Paul would recognize a female apostle (Hyatt, Paul, Women and Church, 25).

Commenting on why some translations have used "Junias," Dr. N. Clayton Croy, professor of New Testament at Trinity Lutheran Seminary in Columbus, Ohio, says, "It is hard to see any reason other than the translators' bias against the possibility that a woman could be an apostle." Faced with such overwhelming evidence, the NIV translators changed the word from "Junias" (1984 edition) to "Junia" in the 2011 edition.

Lydia and the Women Who Labored with Paul in Philippi

Paul began the church in Philippi with a group of praying women. His base of operations and the church's meeting place was in the home of one of these women whose name was Lydia (Acts 16:13-15, 40). Jewish law required a quorum of 10 Jewish men, who were heads of households, for establishing a synagogue in any community. Paul, however, had no problem beginning a Christian congregation with a group of praying women. As far as we know, this was the first church in Europe.

These women obviously functioned in leadership alongside Paul. This is borne out by the fact that in 4:3b of his letter to the Philippian church, he exhorted, "help those women who labored with me in the gospel." Gerald F. Hawthorne, in the Word Biblical Commentary, says that Paul, in this passage, uses a metaphor which means "to fight together side by side with," clearly indicating that Paul sees these women, not as peons under him, but as highly esteemed members of his team who have labored at his side in the cause of Christ.

This reminds me of the words of the noted, British New Testament scholar, F.F, Bruce, who said;

He [Paul] delighted in the company of his fellows, both men and women. The most incredible feature in the Paul of popular mythology is his alleged misogyny. He treated women as persons. The mainstream churches of Christendom, as they inch along towards a worthier recognition of the ministry of women, have some way to go yet before they come abreast of Paul (Hyatt, Paul, Women and Church, 31).

Paul's Spiritual Mother

Paul never mentions a spiritual father, but he does mention a spiritual mother. In Romans 16:13 he sends greetings to Rufus, "and his mother and mine." This is obviously not Paul's biological mother, but a woman who has been a spiritual mother to him. We know little about this woman, but at some point in Paul's spiritual journey, she had offered encouragement and counsel to Paul and been like a mother to him.

The identity of this woman can perhaps be identified by comparing Paul's words in this passage to Mark's Gospel, which also mentions an individual named Rufus. Since Paul's letter and Mark's Gospel were both written to the same Christian community in Rome, and within a few years of each other, it is likely that the Rufus mentioned by Paul and the Rufus mentioned by Mark are the same person.

In his Gospel, which was originally written to the church in Rome, Mark tells of Simon of Cyrene being compelled to carry the cross of Jesus. He notes that Simon is the father of Alexander and Rufus and obviously expects his audience to make the connection when they hear the names of the two sons. The Rufus of Paul, therefore, is most likely the Rufus of Mark, the son of Simon of Cyrene who carried the cross of Jesus.

So, although Paul never mentions a spiritual father in his writings, he does make a point to send greetings to his spiritual mother. His spiritual mother was likely an African woman from Cyrene (Cyrene is located on the north coast of Africa), the mother of Rufus and the wife of Simon of Cyrene who carried the cross of Jesus.

What About 1 Timothy 2:12?

Some will surely quote I Timothy 2:12 as a counter to all the above biblical passages. It reads, "I do not permit a woman to teach or to usurp authority over a man, but to be silent." First of all, the above passages about women must be given equal consideration with this passage. Many have made the error of making 1 Timothy 2:12 a canon within the canon when it comes to women and forcing every other passage to fit their interpretation of this one passage. That is not good hermeneutics.

Secondly, it is obvious from 1 Timothy 1:3 that Paul wrote this letter to Timothy to address the issue of false doctrine that was being spread in the church in Ephesus. His concern is not women in leadership per se, but the propagation of false doctrine by both men and women. First Timothy was not written as a manual of church order to be observed by all churches at all times, but to address the unique situation that existed in Ephesus at the time.

This is borne out by the fact that "authority" in 2:12 is a translation of the Greek word authentein, a word that is found only here in the entire New Testament. If Paul was addressing the normal exercise of authority in the church, we would expect him to use exousia, which he and other New Testament writers use over 100 times. That Paul uses this strange Greek word that neither he nor any other New Testament writer ever used is a clear sign that he is addressing a unique and local situation in Ephesus and is not giving instructions for all churches everywhere.

Those who would restrict the role of women in the church cannot claim Paul as an ally or an authority for their stance.

An Amazing Word From God

Much of the church has refused to recognize the gifts of its female members and has, thereby, violated Paul's command in 1 Thessalonians 5:19, "Do not quench the Spirit." As a result of this disobedience, many gifts have lain dormant while millions have perished without Christ, and the church has languished in defeat.

In 2010, I awakened very early one morning and, not wanting to awaken Sue, went into an adjoining room where I sat on a sofa enjoying the solitude and quietly communing with the Lord. At some point, I sensed my heart become very still and quiet, and then I heard, "I want you to be more identified with Sue and what she is doing," a reference to her work for the full acceptance of the gifts and callings of women in the church.

There was a moment of quietness and I then heard the words, "This message has the power to begin a mass movement from Islam to Christianity, beginning with the women." {eoa}

This article is derived in part from Dr. Eddie Hyatt's book, Paul, Women and Church, available from Amazon in both paperback and Kindle. He and his wife, Dr. Susan Hyatt, have founded the International Christian Women's Hall of Fame in Grapevine, Texas, with the goal of "celebrating God's women of yesterday and creating world changer's today." The website is gwtwchristianwomenshalloffame.com. Visit Dr. Eddie Hyatt's website at eddiehyatt.com.

This article originally appeared at eddiehyatt.com.


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Romantic Studies at the MLA, 1990-1998
Comparative Romanticism Division Sessions


1990 | 1991 | 1992 | 1993 | 1994 | 1995 | 1996 | 1997 | 1998

1990

Gender and Genre

Division on Comparative Studies in Romanticism and the Nineteenth Century. Presiding: Cynthia Chase, Cornell Univ.

1. "Mourning, Masochism, and Mothers: Felicia Hemans on the Origins of Poetry," Carol Barash, Rutgers Univ., New Brunswick
2. "'As I Am a Man': The Structures and Stakes of Masculinity in 'The Thorn,'" Philip Barrish, Cornell Univ.

Romanticism and Anti-Semitism: Texts, Contexts, Criticism

Division on Comparative Studies in Romanticism and the Nineteenth Century. Presiding: Andrew Parker, Amherst Coll.

1. "Romanticism and/or Anti-Semitism?" William H. Galperin, Rutgers Univ., New Brunswick
2. "Anti-Semitism in France: The Myth of the Jew as King of Capitalism," Susan Dunn, Williams Coll.
3. "Blake's 'Firm Persuasions': The Judaic and the Jew," Michael S. Galchinsky, Univ. of California, Berkeley

Travel Accounts as Value Choices in Nineteenth-Century European Writing

Division on Comparative Studies in Romanticism and the Nineteenth Century. Presiding: Virgil Nemoianu, Catholic Univ. of America

1. "Revolution in Germany, Resolution in Britain: Fanny Lewald's Travel Memoirs, 1848-50," Hanna B. Lewis, Sam Houston State Univ.
2. "The European Models: Citations of Sight in Hawthorne's Roman Vision," Raymond Prier, Durham, NC
3. "Nostalgia in the Voyage of the Beagle," Anne C. Colley, State Univ. of New York, Buffalo


1991

The Romantic Couple

Division on Comparative Studies in Romanticism and the Nineteenth Century. Presiding: Tobin Siebers, Univ. of Michigan, Ann Arbor

1. "Romanticism and the Privileging of Marriage," Michael Fisher, Univ. of New Mexico
2. "Percy Shelley and George Eliot: The (De)Coupling of Literary Form," Clifford J. Marks, Univ. of Wyoming
3. "Love at Court: The Romance of the Politicized Couple in Stendhal," Juliet MacCannell, Univ. of California, Irvine

Argument as Play: The Conversational Essay as a Vehicle, 1800-1900

Division on Comparative Studies in Romanticism and the Nineteenth Century. Presiding: Virgil Nemoianu, Catholic Univ. of America

1. "By Curious Inversion: Literary Conversation in Schlegel and Wilde," Jeffrey Wallen, Hampshire Coll.
2. "The Logic of Leisure in Washington Irving's Sketch Book," Kristie Hamilton, Univ. of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
3. "The Genres of Eureka: Humboldt to Poe," Frederick Garber, State Univ. of New York, Binghamton

"Contracts of the Heart": Sacrifice and Gift Exchange in Nineteenth-Century Literature

Division on Comparative Studies in Romanticism and the Nineteenth Century. Presiding: Raimonda Modiano, Univ. of Washington

1. "Gift Exchange and the Study of Literature," Ronald Sharp, Kenyon Coll.
2. "Substitution and Categorical Confusion in Sacrificial Rituals," Brian K. Smith, Univ. of California, Riverside
3. "Legal Sentiment: Sacrifice and Gift Giving in a Democracy," Nan Goodman, Harvard Univ.
4. "Unreturned Gift, Incomplete Sacrifice: The Divided Heart of Wordsworth's 'Michael,'" David Collings, Bowdoin Coll.


1992

Romanticism and the Ethics of Everyday

Division on Comparative Studies in Romanticism and the Nineteenth Century. Presiding: Tobin Siebers, Univ. of Michigan, Ann Arbor

1. "Tinkering Dissenters: Extraordinary Hobbyists and the Reform of Knowledge in Late-Eighteenth-Century England," Marlon B. Ross, Univ. of Michigan, Ann Arbor
2. "Figures in the Landscape: Wordsworth, Palmer, and a Romantic Ethic of Representation," James Hissom, West Virginia Inst. of Tech.
3. "Romantic (Re)Visions: Denise Levertov's Walks with William Wordsworth," Sharon L. Pedote, Univ. of Notre Dame

Romanticism and Anti-Semitism: Texts, Contexts, Criticism

Division on Comparative Studies in Romanticism and the Nineteenth Century. Presiding: Andrew Parker, Amherst Coll.

Speakers: David Kaufmann, George Mason Univ.; Marvin Lansverk, Montana State Univ.; Michael Scrivener, Wayne State Univ.; Karen Shabetain, Univ. of Washington

The Female Grotesque in the Nineteenth Century

Division on Comparative Studies in Romanticism and the Nineteenth Century. Presiding: Mary Russo, Hampshire Coll.

1. "Reading the Body Backward: The Grotesque as Semiotic Switchboard," Patricia S. Yaeger, Univ. of Michigan, Ann Arbor
2. "From the Beautiful to the Grotesque: Frankenstein's Monster as a Response to Burke's Enquiry," Betsy Bolton, Swarthmore Coll.
3. "'Men Sell Not Such in Any Town': Gobbling the Grotesque in Christina Rossetti's Goblin Market," Margaret Linley, Queen's Univ.


1993

Contracts of the Heart: Gift Exchange and Sacrifice in Nineteenth-Century Literature

Division on Comparative Studies in Romanticism and the Nineteenth Century. Presiding: Raimonda Modiano, Univ. of Washington

1. "Blake and Holderlin: The Language of Presentation and Performance in Romantic Literature," Angela Esterhammer, Univ. of Western Ontario
2. "Wordsworthian Misappropriation, Gift Economy and the Sublime," Charles J. Rzepka, Boston Univ.
3. "The Sacrificial Structure of Negation in Hegel and Blake: Subjectivity and the Social Imperative in the Romantic Age," Mary-Kelly Persyn, Univ. of Washington

Comparative Literature: History and Prospects

Division on Comparative Studies in Romanticism and the Nineteenth Century. Presiding: Frances Ferguson, Johns Hopkins Univ.

1. "Rererereading Jena," Susan Bernstein, Brown Univ.
2. "The Dawn Circle: American Romanticism and Chinese New Poetry," Guiyou Huang, Texas A&M Univ., College Station
3. "Rehistoricizing Romantic Ideology," Laura Mandell, Cornell Univ.

After Hegel

Division on Comparative Studies in Romanticism and the Nineteenth Century. Presiding: Ian Balfour, York Univ., North York

1. "Irony after Hegel, Kierkegard, Derrida, and Irigaray," Kevin Newmark, Yale Univ.
2. "Melville, Hegel, and the Sublime," Henry Sussman, State Univ. of New York, Buffalo
3. "Memories of Greece," Rebecca Comay, Univ. of Toronto, Saint George Campus


1994

Benjamin in the Nineteenth Century

Division on Comparative Studies in Romanticism and the Nineteenth Century. Presiding: Margaret A. Cohen, New York Univ.

1. "Refiguring Buildung: Benjamin's Caricature of Eduard Fuchs," Robert Livingston, Ohio State Univ., Columbus
2. "Benjamin's Essay as Form: The Messianic as Useful Illusion," Christiane K. von Buelow, Smith Coll.
3. "Benjamin and Childhood at the Turn on the Century," Paul B. Holdengraber, Univ. of Miami

Hegel's Aesthetics

Division on Comparative Studies in Romanticism and the Nineteenth Century. Presiding: Ian G. Balfour, York Univ., North York

1. "Radical Phenomenology: Hegel, Aesthetics, and Difference," Tilottama Rajan, Univ. of Western Ontario
2. "Hegel's Orientalism," Theresa M. Kelley, Univ. of Texas, Austin
3. "The Authority of Beauty in Hegel and Pater," Leonard M. Findlay, Univ. of Saskatchewan


1995

The Place of the Literary in Cultural Studies

Division on Comparative Studies in Romanticism and the Nineteenth Century. Presiding: Margaret Cohen, New York Univ.

1. "No Place like Home," Margaret Waller, Pomona Coll.
2. "'Les deracines': Regional Chauvinism in French Studies," Emily Apter, Univ. of California, Los Angeles
3. "On the Return to Literature," Bruce Robbins, Rutgers Univ., New Brunswick


1996

The Idea and Actuality of the Nation

Division on Comparative Studies in Romanticism and the Nineteenth Century. Presiding: Ian Balfour, York Univ., North York

1. "Frail Spells: Shelley's Exile," Forest Pyle, Univ. of Oregon
2. "The Nation Coursing through the Veins," Daniel O'Quinn, Cornell Univ.
3. "Maurice Barres: Literature within Nationalism," Suzanne Guerlac, Emory Univ.

The Nineteenth-Century Invention of Mass Culture: High, Low, and Beyond

Division on Comparative Studies in Romanticism and the Nineteenth Century. Presiding: Margaret Cohen, New York Univ.

1. "Freezing the Feminine: Cultural Spectacle and the Tableaux Vivants," Peter McIssac, Harvard Univ.
2. "Marketing Mise-en-Scene: Foundations for a Society of Spectacle," Ehren Fordyce, Stanford Univ.
3. "Nineteenth-Century Literary Parody and the Boundaries of High Culture," Jennifer Wagner, Univ. of Memphis

The Long Arm of Kant

Division on Comparative Studies in Romanticism and the Nineteenth Century. Presiding: Cathy Caruth, Emory Univ.

1. "Objective Experience: The Legacy of Kant in Benjamin's Early Thought," Beatrice Hanssen, Harvard Univ.
2. "As If Political: Kant, Then and Now," Jan Plug, State Univ. of New York, Buffalo


1997

Why Was the Nineteenth Century the Century of Spiritism?

Division on Comparative Studies in Romanticism and the Nineteenth Century. Presiding: Lawrence S. Rainey, Yale Univ.

1. "Ghostly Politics," Jann Matlock, Harvard Univ.
2. "Elizabeth Oakes Smith and the Spirit of Sentiment," Virginia Walker Jackson, Boston Univ.
3. "From Specters to Spectators," Rae Beth Gordon, Univ. of Connecticut, Storrs

Suicide in the Nineteenth Century

Division on Comparative Studies in Romanticism and the Nineteenth Century. Presiding: Cathy Caruth, Emory Univ.

1. "The Aesthetics of Suicide," Jared L. Stark, Yale Univ.
2. "The Suicide of the Subaltern," Margaret R. Higonnet, Univ. of Connecticut, Storrs

Marx and/or Literature

Division on Comparative Studies in Romanticism and the Nineteenth Century. Presiding: Ian Grant Balfour, York Univ., North York

1. "Marx and/or Literature," Andrew Parker, Amherst Coll.
2. "Marx before Literature," Eduardo Lujan Cadava, Princeton Univ.
3. "Marx and the Fantastic," Michele A. Hannoosh, Univ. of London


1998

Narratives of History

Division on Comparative Studies in Romanticism and the Nineteenth Century. Presiding: Claudia Brodsky Lacour, Princeton Univ.

1. "Romanticism, Race, and American Law," Jon-Christian Suggs, John Jay Coll., City of New York
2. "History by Proxy or Proximate Histories? Touching Tales of Turks, Germans, and Jews," Leslie A. Adelson, Cornell Univ.
3. "Figura and Historical Subalternation," Hayden White, Univ. of California, Santa Cruz

The Aims of Lyric

Division on Comparative Studies in Romanticism and the Nineteenth Century. Presiding: Claudia Brodsky Lacour, Princeton Univ.

1. "Divine Ruins of the Voice: Historical and Political Speech in Holderlin," Jan Mieszkowski, Reed Coll.
2. "' . . . Ist Mein Achilles Mir Gestorben': Holderlin's Lyric Line," David S. Ferris, Queens Coll., City of New York
3. "Lyric Experiment," Robert George Kaufman, Stanford Univ.
4. "Rhyming History: Heine's Hebrew Melodies," Willi Goetschel, Columbia Univ.

Romanticism and/or Realism

Division on Comparative Studies in Romanticism and the Nineteenth Century. Presiding: Margaret Higonnet, Univ. of Connecticut, Storrs

1. "Realism in History," April Alliston, Princeton Univ.
2. "Romanticism and the Romance of Real Life," Michael Crews Gamer, Univ. of Pennsylvania
3. "The True and the Interesting," Marshall J. Brown, Univ. of Washington
4. "Realizing the Past: History and Spectacle in Balzac's Adieu," Maurice A. Samuels, Harvard Univ.

Respondent: Eleni Eva Coundouriotis, Univ. of Connecticut, Storrs


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