The price of everything, the value of nothing

first_imgThe price of everything, the value of nothingShared from missc on 29 Mar 2015 in Personnel Today Writing in the FT this weekend, food writer Tim Hayward identifies the subtle feelings provoked when quality restaurateurs outsource parts of their production. It reminded me of a conversation I had in Madrid a couple of weeks ago and made me curious about how organisations engage in moving production and service around the world. The paradox the FT article […]Read full article Comments are closed. Previous Article Next Article Related posts:No related photos.last_img

Scoreboard roundup — 6/18/19

first_imgJune 19, 2019 /Sports News – National Scoreboard roundup — 6/18/19 Beau Lund Written bycenter_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailiStock(NEW YORK) — Here are the scores from Tuesday’s sports events:MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALLINTERLEAGUEDetroit 5, Pittsburgh 4Cincinnati 4, Houston 3Chi White Sox 3, Chi Cubs 1AMERICAN LEAGUENY Yankees 6, Tampa Bay 3LA Angels 3, Toronto 1Cleveland 10, Texas 3Oakland 16, Baltimore 2Kansas City 9, Seattle 0Minnesota 4, Boston 3, 17 InningsNATIONAL LEAGUENY Mets 10, Atlanta 2Miami 6, St. Louis 0Colorado 8, Arizona 1San Diego 4, Milwaukee 1LA Dodgers 9, San Francisco 0Philadelphia at Washington 7:05 p.m., postponedWOMEN’S NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATIONWashington 81, L.A. Sparks 52Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

Ocean City Police Activity Report for July 5 to 11

first_imgJuly 5, 2015: Sunday                                                Calls for service: 285Motor Vehicle Stops: 22Motor Vehicle Accidents: 4Property Checks: 12Alarms: 6The Police Department assisted with 7 Fire and 15 EMS callsTheft, 1000 block Boardwalk, at 12:13amTheft, 1400 block Asbury Ave., at 12:41amTheft, 800 block Atlantic Ave., at 9:00amMotor vehicle accident, 2500 block Central Ave., at 10:15amTheft, 700 block Boardwalk, at 12:19pmTheft, 1600 block Simpson Ave., at 1:22pmMotor vehicle accident, 200 block 34th St., at 2:38pmDomestic violence, 800 block Asbury Ave., at 4:26pmTheft, 300 block Bay Ave., at 6:06pmMotor vehicle accident, 800 block 6th St., at 9:07pmMotor vehicle accident, 900 block West Ave., at 9:36pmTheft, 1400 block Asbury Ave., at 10:27pmAssault, Arkansas Ave., at 10:43pmTheft, 900 block Boardwalk, at 11:29pmDWI, 700 block 11th St., one in custody, at 11:58pm July 10, 2015: FridayCalls for service: 232Motor Vehicle Stops: 39Motor Vehicle Accidents: 3Property Checks: 29Alarms: 4The Police Department assisted with 14 fire and 14 EMS callsMotor vehicle accident, 9th St. & Bay Ave., at 7:28amTheft, 200 block beach, at 10:04amTheft, 800 block 10th St., at 10:18amWarrant, 34th Str., one in custody, at 11:33amWarrant, 3700 block West Ave., one in custody, at 12:26pmMotor vehicle accident, 7th St. & Atlantic Ave., at 12:29pmTheft, 1000 block Boardwalk, at 3:36pmMotor vehicle accident, 700 block West Ave., at 5:07pmTheft, 800 block 7th St., at 5:17pmAssault, 1200 block Boardwalk, at 7:16pmTheft, 900 block Boardwalk, at 8:35pm July 11, 2015: Saturday (Night in Venice)Calls for service: 227Motor Vehicle Stops: 21Motor Vehicle Accidents: 4Property Checks: 20Alarms: 3The Police Department assisted with 17 fire and 20 EMS callsDWI, 1500 block West Ave., one in custody, at 1:05amTheft, 2000 block Central Ave., at 4:59amMotor vehicle accident, 700 block 8th St., at 8:16amWarrant, 700 block Wesley Ave., one in custody, at 8:25amTheft, 4300 block West Ave, at 1:04pmWarrant, 900 block West Ave., one in custody, at 5:00pmWarrant, Route 52, one in custody, at 4:09pmMotor vehicle accident, 900 block Simpson Ave., at 5:00pmMotor vehicle accident, 1100 block Ocean Ave., at 7:14pmDomestic violence, 100 block Asbury Ave., at 7:33pmAssault, W. 17th St., at 8:50pmDomestic violence, 300 block Simpson Ave., at 10:01pmTheft, 1200 block Boardwalk, at 10:09pmMotor vehicle accident, 200 block Bay Ave., at 11:29 pm July 5 – 11, 2015Calls for Service: 1,471Daily Average: 210 July 6, 2015: Monday Calls for service: 228Motor Vehicle Stops: 41Motor Vehicle Accidents: 6Property Checks: 33Alarms: 2The Police Department assisted with 12 Fire and 17 EMS callsTheft, 800 block Boardwalk, at 2:56amTheft, 4400 block Asbury Ave., at 8:23amMotor vehicle accident, 5300 block Asbury Ave., at 8:28amMotor vehicle accident, 12th St., at 9:43amMotor vehicle accident, 900 block Asbury Ave., at 2:08pmTheft, 400 block Central Ave., at 1:06pmTheft, 800 block Plymouth Pl., at 1:11pmFraud, 900 block Asbury Ave., at 2:08pmMotor vehicle accident, 9th St. & Bay Ave., at 4:05pmMotor vehicle accident, 800 block West Ave., at 5:15pmWarrant, 3300 block Bay Ave., one in custody, at 9:35pmBurglary, 3600 block West Ave., at 11:33pm July 7, 2015: TuesdayCalls for service: 190Motor Vehicle Stops: 35Motor Vehicle Accidents: 2Property Checks: 24Alarms: 10The Police Department assisted with 6 fire and 12 EMS callsTheft, 4600 block Asbury Ave., at 11:49amWarrant, Route 52, one in custody, at 12:24pmMotor vehicle accident, 19th St. & Haven Ave., at 12:31pmMotor vehicle accident, 900 block Simpson Ave., at 2:49pmTheft, 4800 block Central Ave., at 5:35pmcenter_img July 8, 2015: WednesdayCalls for service: 162Motor Vehicle Stops: 38Motor Vehicle Accidents: 2Property Checks: 21Alarms: 1The Police Department assisted with 8 fire and 11 EMS callsMotor vehicle accident, 900 block West Ave., at 9:14amTheft, 1400 block Ocean Ave., at 10:01amTheft, 5200 block Central Ave., at 12:43pmTheft, 300 block E. Atlantic Blvd., at 2:00pmTheft, 2200 block Bay Ave., at 5:10pmMotor vehicle accident, 18th St. & West Ave., at 7:13pmTheft, 800 block West Ave., at 9:08pm OCEAN CITY POLICE SUMMARIZED WEEK’S ACTIVITIES July 9, 2015: ThursdayCalls for service: 146Motor Vehicle Stops: 27Motor Vehicle Accidents: 3Property Checks: 17Alarms: 3The Police Department assisted with 12 fire and 9 EMS callsDomestic violence, 800 block 7th St., one in custody, at 1:00amDisorderly, 900 block Asbury Ave., at 10:53amMotor vehicle accident, 500 block 7th St., at 11:01amTheft, Gull Rd., at 2:22pmTheft, Waverley Rd., at 3:01pmTheft, 800 block Atlantic Ave., at 3:20pmBurglary, 800 block 8th St., at 4:51pmBurglary, 900 block Wesley Ave., at 5:00pmMotor vehicle accident, 800 block Stenton Pl., at 5:43pmTheft, 900 block Boardwalk, at 6:21pmMotor vehicle accident, 900 block Wesley Ave., at 9:53pmCDS, 600 block Wesley Ave., one in custody, at 10:13pmBurglary, 800 block 8th St., at 10:26pmTheft, 900 block Atlantic Ave., at 10:38pm PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENTS:Just a reminder that it is a violation of a City Ordinance to have dogs on the boardwalk anytime during the year.City Ordinance 87-17sec.4-32 prohibits any Boat/Trailer over 22 feet in overall length from being parked on a city street.       Any boat/trailer less than 22 feet in overall length can only remain on a city street for three consecutive days. Officers will be issuing summons and towing boats/trailers for any observed violations. Ocean City Police Departmentlast_img read more

In Short

first_img== Online trade show ==The US baking industry’s first online trade show, eBakery-Show International 2009, will run from 16 September to 14 November 2009. The free show will serve as a launchpad for new products and ideas. On its opening day, six web seminars will be available on its website, covering topics such as future trends, marketing ideas and cake decorating tips. Details at: Tracing the Venns ==Do you remember Alexander Venn, a master baker who lived and worked in Combe Martin, North Devon, from the 1920s onwards or his two sons, Francis Gerald Venn and Charles Alexander Gordon Venn, also master bakers? If so, Alexander’s grandson Barry Venn, who is tracing his family tree, would like to hear from you. Email [email protected] or call 01342 311 794.== Crantock’s bonanza ==Crantock Bakery has announced it has been doing a roaring trade on Cornish pasties during the recession, with sales up 30% on last year. With turnover currently at £15m, chairman and managing director Nick Ringer said the company has had its best year.== Square Pie architect ==Cada Design worked as the architect on Square Pie’s new store in Spitalfields, not as a shopfitter, as incorrectly described in our article A Bridge Too Far, published on 3 July.== Cost reduction guide ==MCP Consulting and Training, currently maintenance and engineering sector champion for the National Skills Academy for Food and Drink Manufacturing, has launched a new guide to reducing operational costs. For details contact Sarah James on 0121 506 9034 or email [email protected]last_img read more

High Street faces two years of pain

first_imgThe figures might show an increase in retail sales – but experts have predicted another two years of misery on the High Street.Office for National Statistics data showed an, on the face of it, upbeat 0.6% rise in sales between September and October – but the increase was boosted by in-store promotions, with discounts of up to 50%.The findings prompted accountant Deloitte to warn the high street faces a rough ride with “no sustainable growth until 2013 at the earliest”. And it comes after gloomy predictions from the Centre for Economics and ­Business Research on Wednesday that jobless figures will keep growing for another two years.Richard Hyman, from Deloitte, said: “Christmas 2011 promises to be the most important moment in retail trading we have seen for many years. Demand has been softening throughout the year as the impact of the ­Government’s debt reduction strategy has started to filter through to the pockets of consumers. Therefore, it is very difficult to see where future sales growth will come from.”last_img read more

Warren Haynes Reunites With Members Of The Allman Brothers For Les Brers At Wanee [Full Audio/Video]

first_imgWith the exception of Derek Trucks, virtually every member of the Allman Brothers Band attended the Wanee Music Festival this weekend in Live Oak, FL. After a killer Widespread Panic show, which included a sit-in from Warren Haynes, attendees made their way to the Mushroom Stage for some after-midnight Allman Brothers jams by the new supergroup Les Brers.Named after the second track from the famed 1972 Eat A Peach album, Les Brers is a continuation of the Allman Brothers Band, but with a freshly revitalized approach. The group’s roots run extremely deep in Allman Brothers blood, with over half of them being members of the since-retired, forty-seven-year-old southern rock band.In addition to the original drummers Butch Trucks and Jaimoe, the band is complete with ABB’s latest rhythm section, including bassist Oteil Burbridge and percussionist Marc Quinones. Before them, stand guitar master Jack Pearson, who played with the Allmans from 1997-99, his guitar mate Pat Bergeson, along with longtime collaborator Bruce Katz on keys, and Lamar Williams, Jr., son of bassist Lamar Williams who played with ABB from 1972-76, belting the vocals.Perhaps one of the best sets to come out of the weekend, Les Brers showed Wanee’s Mushroom Stage that the road indeed goes on forever.The set lasted nearly three hours and included ABB classics “Dreams,” “Jessica,” “In Memory of Elizabeth Reed,” and “Whipping Post,” along with non-traditional, jammed-out renditions of Dr. John‘s “Gilded Splinters,” and Muddy Waters‘ rendition of “The Same Thing,” which featured a very special guest appearance from former Allman guitarist Warren Haynes.Watch “The Same Thing,” featuring Warren Haynes below:“Dreams”Thanks to taper Butch Almberg,  you can stream the full audio here:Also from Wanee, you can watch videos and stream the audio from these very special performances: Gov’t Mule with Jack Pearson, Billy & The Kids with Warren Haynes and Eric Krasno, Joel Cummins with Kung Fu, Umphrey’s McGee’s mash-up set, Warren Haynes sit-in with Widespread Panic for ZZ Top covers, and Karl Denson with Melvin Seals & JGB. Enjoy!Setlist: Les Brers at Wanee Music Festival, Live Oak, FL – 4/15/16:Set: Hot ‘Lanta, Ain’t Wastin’ Time No More, Just An Expression, Trouble No More, Les Brers, The Same Thing*, Please Call Home, Anyday, Hold On What You Got, Dreams, I Can Fix It, Jessica, Gilded Splinters, Every Hungry Woman, In Memory Of Elizabeth ReedE: Whipping Post* = w/ Warren Hayneslast_img read more

Memorial fund sponsors field trip

first_imgThe Declan Sullivan Memorial Fund sponsored the third annual Horizons for Youth game-day field trip Saturday for 35 Chicago-area students and their “big sib” adult mentors to attend the Notre Dame vs. North Carolina football game. The Chicago-based nonprofit organized a group tailgate, a meeting with former running back Reggie Brooks and a walk onto the football field, as well as tickets to the game itself.Horizons communications coordinator Tim Coffey said this was the first game and first visit to a college campus for many students. The primary goal of Horizons, which provides mentoring, tutoring and scholarships to low-income Chicago youth in kindergarten through high school, is to encourage students to attend college, he said.“We want to show them what [college is] like, get it figured out from the very start, so that they’re always thinking about it, and it works,” he said. “Ninety percent of our students graduate high school, and 80 percent go on to college.”Notre Dame graduates provide essential support for this mission, Coffey said. The organization, which was founded in 1990 by Notre Dame graduates Patrick Collins, Kathy Murdock and Mike Murdock, also includes several board members and student mentors who are affiliated with the University, he said.One of the organization’s biggest benefactors is the Sullivan family. Of Horizons’ 210 students, Coffey said 65 are members of “Declan’s Class,” a group sponsored by the Declan Drumm Sullivan Memorial Fund.Declan Sullivan, a 20-year-old Notre Dame junior and videographer for the football team, was killed in 2010 when the scissor lift from which he was filming football practice fell in high winds.Declan’s father Barry Sullivan attended the tailgate with his wife, Alison Drumm, daughter Wyn Sullivan, a Notre Dame graduate student, and son Mac Sullivan, a sophomore. Barry Sullivan said after Declan died, donations began to pour in, and shortly after, the family established the Declan Drumm Sullivan Memorial Fund and began looking for an organization to support.“We tried to think of something we could do that would have a positive effect, to honor his legacy positively instead of negatively,” Wyn Sullivan said.Barry Sullivan said Horizons for Youth appealed to the family because it was a local organization and was near Old St. Patrick’s Church, where all of the Sullivan children were baptized.“The more we found out about it, the more we liked it,” he said.Over the next two years, Coffey said the memorial fund provided hundreds of thousands of dollars to sponsor Horizons’ students, who are chosen based on financial need and their families’ willingness to commit to the program. As a result of donations, he said the memorial fund became an integral part of the organization’s ability to take on students.“We’ve grown exponentially for the last couple of years because of Declan’s family,” Coffey said. “We have a gala every year in his memory, and [we’ve raised] a little over 2 million dollars in the three years we’ve done it so we’ve gotten to add students.”Horizons board member Bob Dunklau, whose company OMI Industries in Chicago funded the trip, said working with a Horizons student through its mentoring program was like having “a winning lottery ticket.”“It’s so much more than the educational,” he said. “Obviously there’s the educational part, but that mentoring relationship, when you spend some time with these kids, it doesn’t take you long to see how that relationship is. Who’s that guy out there? It’s your parent, your older sibling, your friend all combined in one, and it’s really a lifetime relationship.”Coffey said the program would not be where it is today without the support of the Sullivan family.“They’ve changed the program,” he said. “We would not be here without them, for sure.”Tags: Chicago, Declan Sullivan Memorial Fund, Horizons for Youth, Mentors, Tim Coffey, UNC football gamelast_img read more

COVID-19 Rapid Testing Happening In Chautauqua County This Week

first_imgShare:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) Image by Justin Gould / WNY News Now.MAYVILLE – The Chautauqua County Health Department says spots for two COVID-19 rapid testing clinics happening this week are now full.Officials say the first round of testing will take place at the Murphy Training Center on Brigham Road in Dunkirk on Tuesday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.The second site will open at the Taylor Training Center on Harrison Street in Jamestown on Thursday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.Testing is open free of charge to any Chautauqua County resident who signs up for an appointment. Spots filled up less than 24-hours after availability was announced on Sunday afternoon. A pervious testing event took place last week in Mayville.107 new cases of the virus were reported in the county since Thursday. Heath officials are expected to provide a full weekend update on Monday.last_img read more

Set Your DVRs! Lifetime’s Six-Part Miniseries Broadway Balances America Will Launch in August

first_imgGrab an extra cup of coffee because your mornings are about to get a Great White Way-sized makeover! Lifetime Channel’s award-winning morning show The Balancing Act will present its new six-part special series Broadway Balances America, sponsored by Broadway Across America. The series, which will take you backstage of some of Broadway’s most-beloved musicals, is slated to begin airing on Lifetime in August 2014.Broadway Balances America will provide behind-the-scenes excerpts and interviews highlighting the shows that are featured on Broadway Across America’s 2014-2015 Broadway series nationwide, including Annie, Dirty Dancing, Motown The Musical, Newsies and Pippin. Our hosts get up close and personal with the casts and crews, even experiencing what it’s like to dance in their shoes!“Broadway musicals are not just the New York art form; they are the great American art form,” said Lauren Reid, CEO Theater Division, Broadway Across America. “We thank our network of local theater partners nationwide and The Balancing Act for helping us share Broadway with that wider audience across the country.”So, do you want to know what Broadway Balances America has in store for you? Of course you do! You’ll get to see The Balancing Act’s Olga Villaverde and Amber Milt dance in the rehearsal room with the star of Dirty Dancing, go through a “Supreme” transformation backstage Motown, get a sneak peek at the awe-inspiring aerial acrobatics in Pippin, learn how to “Get Up and Go” with the spry stars of Disney’s Newsies and pull the curtain back on the audition process to show what it takes to play everyone’s favorite orphan in Annie. The final segment takes viewers into Broadway Classroom, where students are introduced to all elements of the Broadway industry in collaboration with performers and industry professionals.“We are so happy to take The Balancing Act viewers behind-the-scenes of the most popular Broadway shows, meeting some of the actors, directors and choreographers who bring it all to life,” said Jeanne Kelly, Supervising Producer for The Balancing Act. “These productions are hitting the road as their national tours get underway and heading to a stage near you. Everyone can now experience the excitement, music and magic that is Broadway right in their local community.”The air dates for Broadway Balances America will be:Annie on August 12 and 19Dirty Dancing on September 9 and 16Pippin on October 29 and November 5Newsies on November 6 and 13Motown The Musical on November 8 and 25 View Comments Broadway Balances Americalast_img read more

Video clips added to the Bar’s Web site

first_imgVideo clips added to the Bar’s Web site November 15, 2003 Regular News Video clips added to the Bar’s Web sitecenter_img The Florida Bar has begun broadcasting video clips on its Web site on topics of interest to lawyers and the public.The first clip is an excerpt from an education videotape prepared by the Office of the State Courts Administrator on the importance of funding for the Florida court system. A clickable button on the Bar’s home page at will take viewers to the video.The clip features Supreme Court Chief Justice Harry Lee Anstead talking about the importance of the legal system to all Floridians and instructions on how viewers may contact their lawmakers to encourage full funding for the courts.Other potential upcoming subjects are broadcasting part of the Board of Governors’ December meeting when they take up multijurisdictional practice rules and the ABA’s Ethics 2000 recommendations.The board, at its October meeting, approved an $11,340 budget amendment to experiment with the clips for the remainder of this Bar fiscal year. The plan was endorsed by both the Communications and the Budget committees.Board member Mayanne Downs, a member of the Communications Committee, and her husband, Barry Rigby, who used to oversee the Bar’s grievance operations, came up with the idea at a board meeting earlier this year in Orlando.They both enjoyed a welcoming speech by Mayor Buddy Dyer, a former state senator and member of the Young Lawyers Division Board of Governors, and an inspirational talk by Chief Justice Anstead on the need for adequate court funding.“It was such a wonderful talk, and on a break Barry and I said, ‘Gee I wish the entire Florida Bar could have heard that.’ And then it was, ‘Well, why couldn’t they?’” Downs recalled.“We could take inspirational talks and activities. What a great opportunity not only to bring those messages to our membership, but to the Florida citizenry as a whole,” she added. “Barry’s thought was we’re already using the Web site, so why couldn’t we do it there?”She pitched the idea to the Communications Committee, which studied it and made its recommendations to the Budget Committee and then the full board.Communications Committee Chair James Lupino told the board the committee will be considering several possibilities for future Web broadcasts, but wanted to start with the court funding issue, which is a top Bar priority. Other possibilities the committee has looked at is replaying parts of important Board of Governors debates and airing highlights from the Midyear and Annual meetings.Also expected to be included are links to other resources. For example, with the court funding video clip, viewers will be offered a link to online information at the state courts system’s Web site on the judiciary’s financial needs. Clips from board meetings or Bar events might be linked to Bar News stories, Lupino said.Budget Committee Chair Jesse Diner said his committee recommended a budget amendment of $11,340 to fund the project, and said the Communications Committee will be in charge of deciding what to air through the Bar’s Web site.The board unanimously approved the recommendation.last_img read more