The festive spirit was out for all to see when the Annagry Choir along with Fr Herrity dropped in to the Annagry Day Centre.As well as a touching mass, residents of the centre were treated to some beautiful music.The residents of the centre also enjoyed the singing of Tony Rodgers. All pictures by kind permission of Catherine Paterson. ANNAGRY GETS INTO THE FESTIVE MOOD was last modified: December 22nd, 2011 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Annagry Day CentreFr Herrity
This is Brown’s second time at Popular Science, where he worked as an assistant editor starting in 2002, before leaving for his first stint at Wired in 2005. “Popular Science has always been an important place for me as a journalist and reader, and I’m so looking forward to returning as editor,” Brown said in a statement. “It’s a legendary brand, and I’m humbled to be entrusted with its care.” Here are the rest of this week’s people on the move: Paradigm Communications Group has hired Lara Douglass as assistant editor of Alaska Beyond Magazine and Horizon Edition Magazine. Douglass formerly worked as an editor of Wine & Spirits magazine and as a freelance reporter. Time Inc. has hired Kevin Martinez and promoted Jim Cavan. Martinez was named VP, group sales director for InStyle and StyleWatch. He joins time from his position as publisher and CRO of Maxim. Cavan was promoted to the newly minted position of editor-in-chief of Fansided.com. Cavan was previously senior editor of The Cauldron, a product of Sports Illustrated. Brown replaced Cliff Ransom, who, along with executive editor Jennifer Bogo, was dismissed by Bonnier in April. Essence has promoted Yolanda Sangweni and Charli Penn. Sangweni is now digital content director of Essence.com, from her position as entertainment editor for the website. Penn is now senior editor of relationships and lifestyle for Essence.com, from her position as relationships and wedding editor for the website. “We are thrilled to welcome Joe back to Popular Science,” Gregory Gatto, VP & Publishing Director, Lifestyle Group, Bonnier Corp., said in a statement. “He has exactly the qualities we sought out for the leader of the brand: a nose for a great story, strong leadership, and a wealth of experience elegantly handling website strategy and digital operations.” Christopher Cox was named executive editor of GQ. Previously, Cox was deputy editor of Harper’s Magazine, and senior editor at The Paris Review. Bonnier Corp. has named Joe Brown editor-in-chief of Popular Science. Brown joins the brand from Wired, where he was executive editor of Wired.com. Before that, he was editor-in-chief of Gizmodo. Adam Davidson was hired as a contributing writer for The New Yorker. Davidson joins from The New York Times, where he worked as an economics writer and columnist. He is also the co-founder of NPR’s Planet Money.More on this topic Active Interest Media Adds a Managing Director and CFO | People on the Move — 1.11.17 Bob Mankoff Joins Esquire | People on the Move — 05.03.17 Scott Dadich Exits Wired | People on the Move — 1.4.17 Elle Decor Names Editor-in-Chief — People on the Move | 06.28.17 New York Media Names New CRO and Publisher | People on the Move — 03.08.17 Wired Bulks Up Its Editorial Team — People on the Move | 05.31.17Just In TIME Names New Sales, Marketing Leads | People on the Move Meredith Corp. Makes Digital-Side Promotions | People on the Move This Just In: Magazines Are Not TV Networks PE Firm Acquires Majority Stake in Industry Dive Shanker Out, Litterick In as CEO of EnsembleIQ Four More Execs Depart SourceMedia in Latest RestructuringPowered by
WILMINGTON, MA — The Public Hearing for the Detox Facility Proposal scheduled for the Wilmington Board of Appeals Meeting tonight (Wednesday, May 9) at 7pm at Town Hall has been POSTPONED to Wednesday, June 13 at 7pm at Town Hall.The applicant (Bettering LLC) requested a continuance. Their representatives will NOT be at the meeting and there is expected to be no discussion on the matter.The public hearing began back on February 14 when approximately 200 residents packed the Town Hall Auditorium. Attorney Mark Bobrowski and project engineer Ben Osgood received heavy criticism from three Board of Appeals members and more than 20 speakers from the audience, most of whom expressed a concern over a lack of answers and information, particularly surrounding the facility’s security procedures.After 3.5 hours of discussion, the board unanimously voted to continue the public hearing to its Wednesday, April 25 meeting. The hearing was subsequently rescheduled to its Wednesday, May 8 meeting. It is now scheduled to be taken up at the board’s Wednesday, June 13 meeting.Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedDID YOU HEAR?… Detox Facility Proposal’s Public Hearing With The ZBA Has Been Postponed AGAIN To September 12In “Government”DETOX NEWS: 10 New Developments Heading Into Tonight’s Board Of Appeals MeetingIn “Government”Concerned Citizens Of Wilmington Reminds Residents Of Public Hearing On Proposed Drug Treatment Center On Sept. 12In “Government”
Search engine giant Google Inc has reportedly signed a deal with NASA to lease and manage the space agency’s Moffett Federal Airfield (MFA) in California for 60 years.Planetary Ventures LLC, Google’s real estate subdivision, will be leasing Hangar One, Two and Three, a flight operations building, two runways and a golf course from NASA. Apart from that, it will also be rehabilitating the historic hangars.NASA said the deal will help the space agency save $6.3 million in annual maintenance costs and Google is expected to pay $1.16 billion in rent over the 60-year period.The lease is a win-win deal for both NASA and Google. The web giant was in search of more space for experimental, research and development purposes and NASA wanted to cut down on maintenance costs of infrastructure.”As NASA expands its presence in space, we are making strides to reduce our footprint here on Earth. We want to invest taxpayer resources in scientific discovery, technology development and space exploration – not in maintaining infrastructure we no longer need. Moffett Field plays an important role in the Bay Area and is poised to continue to do so through this lease arrangement,” Charles Bolden, administrator at NASA, said in a statement.Google reportedly plans on spending $200 million on these properties including refurbishments of the hangars. The company also plans to create an educational centre for the public in the premises.”We look forward to rolling up our sleeves to restore the remarkable landmark Hangar One, which for years has been considered one of the most endangered historic sites in the United States,” David Radcliffe, vice-president of real estate and workplace services at Google Inc, added in the statement.There is no information as to when Google will take over the premises and the tech firm will need to comply with all tenancy rules including environmental compliance.Google and NASA were reportedly in talks of a lease deal since February this year. According to Fortune, Google had earlier signed a deal to build a new office complex in the premises, but those plans were put on hold probably because they were waiting to manage the rest of the 42-acre facility.The new lease gives Google a major foothold in the North Bayshore area of California. It has already taken up offices and other properties in Palo Alto, Mountain View and Sunnyvale, covering most parts of the region. Last month, Google invested $585 million in six office buildings just northwest of its Silicon Valley headquarters.Google is also expanding its footprint in New York City. It recently signed a lease to occupy 1,80,000 square feet of space at 85 Tenth Avenue in Manhattan.”We expect to continue to hire aggressively for the remainder of 2014. Acquisitions will also remain an important component of our strategy,” Google said in a filing, according to Bloomberg.
Coca Cola, famed for its carbonated drinks, is now shifting focus slightly; it is investing in “Fairlife” – a diary products company.At a recent consumer conference, Sandy Douglas, the senior vice president of Coca-Cola North America announced that they will be launching Fairlife in the United States by December and its products will cost double the average price of milk and other dairy products in the market.Why?Fairlife’s products are supremely healthy. Fairlife milk products will carry 50 percent more protein and 30 percent less sugar and will be completely lactose free. They also have a unique filtering system through which they can improve the nutrients in milk.Take a look at this video below:”It’s basically the premiumisation of milk. Our ambition there is to create the Simply of milk,” Douglas said at the conference adding that the test markets have responded extremely well.”…we’ve created a joint venture with a bunch of dairy farmers who are innovative leaders in the dairy industry. So you put that next to Simply and you have a nutrition beverage company with tremendous growth potential,” he said.Douglas also said that the business will take some time to accelerate but when it does pick up, it will “rain money” on the company.”Now to be clear, we’re going to be investing in the milk business for a while to build the brand so it won’t rain money in the early couple of years. But like Simply, when you do it well it rains money later. And we can deliver with our business portfolio before the milk comes on full profit line,” he said.Sexy Ads for Milk? Fairlife has already started advertising in the United states but its campaign seems a little too racy for a milk brand.Fairlife Official WebsiteFairlife has already started advertising in the United States but its campaign seems a little too racy for a milk brand. A few print ads show women dressed in “splashing milk” while captions like “Drink what she’s wearing” and “Milk that Mooves you” are scrawled in bold letters above one of them.The social media is abuzz with these new ads and most think they are ridiculous! But in its defense, FairLife says that the ads were inspired by classic pin up girls. The ads have been created by London-based photographer Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz.”His (Wieczorkiewicz’s) Milky Pin-Ups collection turns real milk into high fashion to recreate the classic mid-20th century pin-ups of American artists like Gil Elvgren (1914-1980),” Fairlife explains on its website.”Wieczorkiewicz’s work epitomizes our fairlife philosophy of embracing the future, with a nod to what’s wholesome and timeless. We hope that our fans recognize an instant classic in our purely nutritious milk,” it added.
Gowher RizviGowher Rizvi, international affairs advisor to prime minister Sheikh Hasina, on Friday claimed India has never raised with his government the issue of alleged illegal Bangladeshi migrants staying on its soil.He has asked New Delhi to prove that the ‘illegal immigrants’ of Northeast India are indeed Bangladeshis.”At present they are the residents (whose names are not there in the National Register for Citizens list) of India and India should prove that they are residents of Bangladesh, and not India,” Rizvi, also a historian, said at the India Today Conclave East in Kolkata.Rizvi said most people in Bangladesh see the issue of illegal Bangladeshi migrants in India as an “internal Indian discussion”.”I do want to say I respect it, it is an Indian discussion. And the Indians will discuss and debate what is in their best interest.”We have the closest and the fondest of relationship with the current Indian government. In fact, Indian prime minister Narendra Modi ji is very, very popular in Bangladesh. In 10 years, that I have been adviser to PM (Hasina), this issue has never been raised with us.”Rizvi said he did not find it surprising that New Delhi never broached the illegal migrant issue with Dhaka, but contested union minister of state for home Kiren Rijiju’s statement that over 20 million illegal Bangladeshi migrants were now staying in India.”I don’t think that is very surprising, this is a process. And the process has started, and at some point, the process will come to a point, when this thing might be on the table.”But at that level, many more things will happen. We heard the figure of 20 million. I don’t know where this figure has come from. We can pluck any figure from the air. So we will have to talk about the figure,” he said.However, he said if there were Bangladeshis illegally staying in India, Bangladesh will obviously want to take its citizens back.”The important thing is that there has to be a process to determine. And there has to be a process by which that determination takes place,” he said.Rizvi said the Rohingyas have been persecuted and they were deliberately thrown out from Myanmar as a part of ethnic cleansing and it is not acceptable.”We should distinguish between Rohingyas and those ‘illegal immigrants’ of Northeast India. Both cases are entirely different,” added Rizvi.He said India was providing relief materials to help Bangladesh cope with pressure of sheltering the Rohingya refugees on its soil.”In fact, India is the first country to bring relief to Chittangong. Second, India has promised to build homes for the Rohingyas in Myanmar. It essentially means that Rohingyas would have homes when they go back,” added Rizvi.
From Brazil to Italy, Iceland to Tunisia – the Ishara International Puppet Theatre Festival has once again travelled across the world to curate its fantastic line-up for 2019. They are celebrating their 17th anniversary with a diverse range of breathtaking performances, which communicate across language barriers and define the social, cultural, and emotional bonds humanity shares together.Besides the display of Indian art, performers from across the four continents also have come together once again, to showcase a dazzling array of talent. From the traditional to modern forms of puppetry, ranging from rod to string puppets; to mixed performances with dance, theatre, music and more – the audiences of all ages will enjoy this new magical journey. The 17th edition of the festival will take place from February 1-9, at Indian Habitat Centre. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfSince its inception in 2001, the Ishara International Puppet Theatre Festival has now grown into one of Asia’s largest and most prestigious puppet festivals. Graced by thousands of visitors each year, it has thrilled, moved and inspired audiences from across the globe. The festival is nurtured and supported by the Ishara Puppet Theatre Trust, the country’s leading established platform for Indian and International puppetry. For over thirty years, the trust has been the center for creative and innovative puppetry work, with a mission to educate, enrich, and transform communities. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveProduced by Teamworks Arts, the festival’s creative environment enables puppeteers, artists, and performers to stretch their imagination and to deliver unforgettable and stunning performances. With tremendous acclaim and support from groups and performers across the world, the festival has brought to India over 150 international puppetry companies and promoted numerous indigenous productions. Countries which have participated and showcased their works include the UK, Spain, Turkey, Brazil, Taiwan, Japan, Italy, Germany, USA, among others. “It’s been over thirty years of Ishara puppet theatre and the love for puppetry has grown in people. For us, 2019 is the year of celebration, and one will witness that in the performances of the new groups from Brazil to Iceland along with various unconventional acts like the one by Italy using soap bubbles as a medium for puppetry. There’s a lot in store and we are delighted to have the audience experience it all”, says Dadi D Pudumjee, Founder, The Ishara Puppet Theatre Trust.