The world premiere production of Will Eno’s Wakey, Wakey has extended its run. The production, which Eno also directs, will now play through March 26 at the Alice Griffin Jewel Box Theatre at The Pershing Square Signature Center, instead of the previously announced March 19. The play officially opens on February 27.Wakey, Wakey asks some thought-provoking (if a bit vague) questions: What are we here for? Is time a friend or an enemy? Do we all eventually end up in the same place, but take different routes to get there? The piece stars two-time Emmy winner Michael Emerson (Lost) and January LaVoy (Enron on Broadway). Wakey Wakey View Comments Related Shows Show Closed This production ended its run on April 2, 2017 Will Eno(Photo: Bruce Glikas)
Rainfall across Georgia in February set a new record with a statewide average of 9.92 inches, alleviating the state’s drought conditions and recharging soil moisture just in time for the 2013 planting season.Georgia’s typical rainfall for February is about 4.5 inches, and the previous record rainfall for February was 8.73 inches, set back in 1939. The rainfall was primarily caused by a persistent stationary front draped across the central part of the state, funneling rainfall from one storm after another across the same area. Some areas in southwest Georgia received in excess of 20 inches during the month. While a few areas of the state experienced flooding, the excess rain was welcome in most parts of the state where it obliterated drought conditions. At the end of January, 82 percent of Georgia was experiencing severe drought conditions or worse. By the end of March, there was no severe drought left in Georgia. The last time Georgia experienced these kinds of river flow and soil moisture levels was in September 2010. The rain has provided a welcome reserve of soil moisture for farmers eager to start the growing season, although field work has been stymied by the wet soil conditions in many areas. Once the soil temperatures warm up and the chance of frost is past, there should be plenty of soil moisture available to allow for good germination. However, fungal diseases may be a concern, and water-breeding pests — like mosquitoes — are also likely to be more plentiful this year, as there is ample habitat for them to develop. Wet weather may delay planting by keeping soil coolTemperatures have bounced between markedly above and below normal for the past three months. Spring temperatures this year are markedly colder than last year. In some areas of the state, the temperature in March was colder than in January. The last time this happened, in Augusta for example, was 1960. The cooler temperatures have been beneficial for fruit producers who welcomed the additional chill hours. The swings in temperature are typical of a neutral pattern with no El Niño or La Niña present in the Pacific Ocean. Producers should keep in mind that in a neutral year, the chance for additional cold periods and a late frost are greater than usual. So planting should be undertaken with caution. Soil temperatures will warm up more slowly than usual with the wet conditions we have this year. Forecasts for summer temperatures continue to show an increased chance for warmer than usual conditions, but there’s no prediction as to whether the state’s wet weather will continue throughout the summer.
The University of Georgia Forage Team updated the grazing paddocks on the university’s Black Shank Farm in Tifton, Georgia. In an effort to share the most up-to-date containment options available, the team hosted a Fencing Field Day.The field day, held on Wednesday, Feb. 28, was part of the Better Grazing Program kickoff on the UGA Tifton campus. The field day, and future events like it, allow Georgia cattlemen to see and experience UGA College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences research in action.The grazing paddocks updates on the Black Shank Farm will improve UGA scientists’ grazing research capabilities and offer UGA Cooperative Extension specialists a site to showcase various fencing options. The 37-acre farm will ultimately be split into multiple grazing paddocks separated by different fencing and watering systems. The farm will demonstrate a variety of grazing technologies available to Georgia producers. To kickstart the Better Grazing Program, UGA Extension forage specialist Dennis Hancock, UGA Professor Emeritus John Worley, U.S. Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Service state grazing specialist Philip Brown and industry representatives discussed different fencing technologies available to producers at the field day.“Depending on your production goals, there’s a different type of fence for everything you could imagine. If you have a goat, cow or horse; if you have electricity or need solar power; if you have grazing livestock, you have a need for these technologies,” said Jennifer Tucker, UGA Extension beef nutrition and forage management specialist. The right type of fence prevents animals from crossing the highway or wandering into a neighbor’s yard.Different types of woven wire fences are available depending on the size of the square in the woven wire.“Producers might want a tighter square for smaller animals than for larger animals,” Tucker said. “A cow can’t get through the same opening that a small goat can.”Through the Better Grazing Program, the UGA Beef and Forage teams offer hands-on trainings, like the UGA Extension Fencing Field Day. Tucker calls this a “show-and-tell approach” to decision-making.“A discussion-based field day benefits everyone because they can learn about all the different aspects of building fences from instructors as well as each other, while also getting their hands dirty,” Tucker said.Moderated group discussions held during the field day’s morning session focused on individual fencing components, such as available materials, selection criteria and items recommended to meet specific needs.In the afternoon, attendees experienced fence-building through participation in demonstrations that highlighted specific components of grazing infrastructure development, such as braces, gates and enclosures, offsets, and cross fencing.“We talked about everything from the standard, wooden fence post to newer technologies in fencing, like fiberglass and PVC posts, and temporary fencing systems,” Tucker said. “It was a very constructive day, and producers were able to build and learn about various types of fences. That’s what this field day was designed to do.”UGA experts also learn at field days by listening to farmers discuss their farming operations.“Through field days like today, where I listen in on a variety of discussions, I often learn that there are easier and harder ways of doing simple tasks throughout the whole fence-building process,” she said. “For example, I would’ve never learned that staples come in left- and right-handed versions. Fencing Field Day introduces producers to different technologies. People like me can learn, or relearn, something new in their field.”The Georgia Agricultural Commodity Commission for Beef supports this project.
Citizens Bank Foundation Grant Expands Affordable Homeownership Programs[Burlington, VT] More than 13,000 Vermonters would qualify for a home mortgage but need help finding affordable homes and financial assistance. Thanks to a significant Citizens Bank Foundation grant contribution, hundreds of low and moderate income Vermonters will be able to attain affordable homeownership with home buyer education and financial assistance.The Citizens Bank Foundation is contributing $100,000 to the NeighborWorks® Homeownership Centers of Vermont through the Vermont Homeownership Initiative campaign.Jim Keyes, President of Citizens Bank, explained, Citizens Bank is proud to support such a vital program. Buying a home is often a familys largest investment, creating strong community connections and improving financial security. Vermont Homeownership Initiative forms a great public-private partnership to expand homeownership opportunities. In Vermont, Citizens Bank operates as Charter One Bank. The Citizens Bank Foundation’s support focuses on housing, community development and basic human needs.The Vermont Homeownership Initiative is a three-year $1 million campaign among Vermonts five NeighborWorks® Homeownership Centers to increase the number of low and moderate-income homeowners in Vermont by providing financial and homebuyer education.Citizens Bank Foundation is the principal charitable contributions vehicle of CitizensFinancial Group, Citizens Bank and Charter One Bank, N.A. Citizens Financial Group, Inc. A subsidiary of Citizens Financial Group, Inc., Charter One Bank, N.A. is a $49 billion bank operating in Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, New York and Vermont.For more information about the Vermont Homeownership Initiative, please contact Liz Curry, campaign coordinator, at 802-660-8056.
FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Greentech Media:NV Energy announced Thursday it has contracted for more than 1 gigawatt of new solar energy and 100 megawatts of battery energy capacity, in a resource plan that’s still subject to regulatory approval and hinges on the outcome of a high-profile ballot measure.The utility signed power purchase agreements for six new solar energy projects and three related battery storage projects, selected through a competitive solicitation initiated in January of this year. All projects are expected to be complete and serving customers by the end of 2021 – if the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada approves the plan.“The six new projects position NV Energy to keep its commitment to double renewable energy by 2023 and, importantly, by diversifying our state’s electricity generation portfolio, will reduce the costs to serve customers,” said CEO Paul Caudill, in a statement.The clean energy expansion plan also represents a step forward in the company’s long-term goal of serving Nevada customers with 100 percent renewable energy, he said. NV Energy claims the direct investment in Nevada’s economy will be greater than $2 billion, and will create 1,7000 construction jobs and 80 permanent, long-term jobs.Work on the resource planning effort began shortly after Nevada’s 2017 state legislative session ended, “and demonstrates that we are navigating the uncertainties in the current market, given Question 3 on the statewide ballot,” Caudill added. Question 3, also known as the Energy Choice Initiative, would require the Nevada State Legislature to establish “an open, competitive retail electric energy market that prohibits the granting of monopolies and exclusive franchises for the generation of electricity.”Caudill noted that NV Energy has the option to not proceed with the proposed resource plan in the event Question 3 passes, in order to avoid increasing the liabilities and risks to NV Energy customers.More: NV Energy Contracts to Build More Than 1,000MW of New Solar, 100MW of Battery Storage Nevada Electric Company Goes Big on New Solar, Storage Projects
FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享PV Tech:A Western Australian renewable hydrogen facility that will be powered by 5GW of solar PV and onshore wind has secured the backing of Danish investment firm Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP).Announced in October last year, the Murchison Renewable Hydrogen Project will be constructed near the town of Kalbarri in the mid-west of Western Australia and will provide hydrogen exports to Asian markets such as Japan and South Korea. The facility is being developed by Hydrogen Renewables Australia and will feature electrolysers from German firm Siemens.It is expected the partnership with CIP will enable the facility to proceed with its planned development to assess the feasibility of producing competitive hydrogen exports.“We believe Murchison represents the best combined wind and solar resource in Australia, and the project complements our existing activities in Australia,” said Michael Hannibal, partner at CIP.When launching its Renewable Hydrogen Strategy last year, the government of Western Australia revealed its ambition to become a “significant producer, exporter and user” of green hydrogen. The plan, which noted the state’s comparative advantage due to its geographical proximity to Asia, said the value of Australia’s potential low-emissions hydrogen exports could reach AU$2.2 billion (US$1.6 billion) by 2030 and AU$5.7 billion (US$4.15 billion) by 2040.[Jules Scully]More: Australian hydrogen project featuring 5GW of renewables secures investment firm backing Danish investor CIP signs on to Western Australia green hydrogen project
In order to reinforce and increase investigation tasks and guarantee the protection and security of human life at sea, six Archangel speedboats arrived in Puerto Montt on November 12. Manufactured by the American company SAFE Boats International, the 44-feet long speedboats have an aluminum hull with foam collar that gives them protection and additional floating capacity. The crew consists of three people (skipper, deck crewman and motorist), and they can transport up to 12 passengers. They can reach a maximum speed of 40 knots. In addition, they have navigation equipment, satellite communication, night vision system and they can carry a MG-3 Rheinmetall machine gun of 7.62 mm. Three of the new Archangel speedboats have been destined to the 5th Naval Zone and will serve at Puerto Castro, Puerto Cisnes and Puerto Aguirre headquarters. At the same time, the 2nd Naval Zone will have two units in the city of Valdivia, while the other one has been assigned to the 3rd Naval zone and its home port will be Porvenir. By Dialogo November 19, 2012
February 1, 2003 Regular News February 1, 2003 Notices The Seventh Circuit Judicial Nominating Commisssion is now accepting applications to fill a circuit court seat created by the elevation of Judge David Monaco to the Fifth District Court of Appeal. The Seventh Judicial Circuit includes Flagler, Putnam, St. Johns, and Volusia counties.Applicants must be registered voters, members of the Bar for the preceding five years, and reside in the Seventh Circuit.Applications are available on The Florida Bar’s Web site at www.flabar.org or from Robert B. Trumbo, Jr., Acting JNC Chair, 340 North Causeway, New Smyrna Beach 32169, (386) 423-1110.An original and nine copies of the completed application must be received by Trumbo no later than 5 p.m. January 27.Workers’ comp judge needed in Jacksonville T he Statewide Nominating Commission for Judges of Compensation Claims is now accepting applications for a judge of compensation claims vacancy in District C (Jacksonville), created by the resignation of Judge Wilbur W. Anderson.Applications may be obtained from G. Bart Billbrough, Commission Chair, 2600 Douglas Rd., Suite 902, Coral Gables 33134, telephone (305) 442-2701, fax (305) 422-2801.Qualified applicants must submit the original completed application and one copy to the chair and one copy to each of the commission members by 5 p.m. February 14.Any questions concerning the upcoming commission public hearing also should be directed to the chair.Board to make April appointment The Second District Court of Appeal Judicial Nominating Commission is accepting applications for a vacancy created by the death of Judge Jerry R. Parker, who succumbed to lymphoma on January 11.Applicants must reside within the jurisdiction of the Second DCA, be a registered voter, and have been a member in good standing of The Florida Bar for the preceding 10 years.Applications are available from JNC Chair Ky M. Koch, 200 N. Garden Ave., Suite A, Clearwater 33765, telephone (727) 446-6248, and from the Bar’s Web site at www.flabar.org.Ten copies of the completed application, and any attachments, must be returned to Koch’s office no later than 5 p.m. February 19.Scott Roth petitions for Bar reinstatement 17th JNC seeks judicial applicants Applicants are being sought by the 10th Circuit Judicial Nominating Commission for a circuit court vacancy to fill a new seat created by the legislatureThose applying must be members of The Florida Bar for the past five years, must be registered voters, and must reside within the 10th Circuit when sworn into office.Applications can be picked up from commission Chair Scott Bunn at 99 Sixth St., S.W., Winter Haven 33880, phone (863) 293-5000. Applications also are available on the Bar’s Web site at www.FLABAR.org.The original and nine copies of the application must be returned to Bunn no later than 5 p.m. on February 10. Interviews will be conducted in the last week of February.Seventh Circuit JNC to fill circuit vacancy Nominations are now open for the 13th Annual E. Smythe Gambrell Professionalism Awards, recognizing law schools, bar associations, law firms and nonprofit organizations for projects that enhance professionalism among lawyers.The ABA Standing Committee on Professionalism will present up to three awards of $3,500 each during the ABA’s 2003 Annual Meeting next August in San Francisco. The award is named for E. Smythe Gambrell, who was president of both the ABA and of the American Bar Foundation in 1955-56.Entry forms and guidelines for nominations, which are due March 31, are available online at www.abanet.org/cpr/gambrell.html. Additional information is available from Kathleen Maher at (312) 988-5307, or by e-mail at maherk@ staff.abanet.org. Applications to fill two circuit court vacancies are being accepted by the 18th Circuit Judicial Nominating Commission. One vacancy is for a new seat created by the legislature and other is to replace Judge Vincent G. Torpy who was recently appointed to the Fifth District Court of Appeal.Those interested must have been members of The Florida Bar for the past five years, registered voters, and reside in Brevard or Seminole counties.Applications can be obtained from the JNC’s Web site at www.18jnc.com.The deadline for submitting all applications for Judge Torpy’s seat is February 12, at 5 p.m. An original and nine copies of the completed applications and attachments must be delivered by the foregoing deadline to Sidney L. Vihlen, III, chair, 18th Circuit Judicial Nominating Commission, 1173 Spring Centre South Boulevard, Suite C, Altamonte Springs 32714, phone (407) 786-2200.The deadline for submitting all applications for the new circuit judgeship is February 12, at 5 p.m. An original and nine copies of the completed applications and attachments must be delivered by the foregoing deadline to: Tiffany C. Loris, vice chair, 18th Circuit Judicial Nominating Commission, 932 South Wickham, West Melbourne 32904, phone (321) 984-7224.All applications that are timely filed will be retained for six months, in the event of future vacancies.11th JNC to fill two new circuit seats The Fifth Judicial Circuit Nominating Commission is seeking applicants to fill two circuit court vacancies created by the legislature.Applicants must be registered voters, members of The Florida Bar for the preceding five years, and live in the territorial jurisdiction of the Fifth Judicial Circuit.Applications may be obtained on The Florida Bar Web site at www.FLABAR.org or by contacting John H. Piccin, JNC Chair, 320 N.W. 3rd Avenue, P.O. Box 159, Ocala 34475, telephone (352) 351-5446.Ten copies of the application with attachments must be received by Piccin no later than 5 p.m., February 12.10th JNC seeks judicial applicants The Middle District of Florida recently enhanced its Public Access to Court Electronic Records (PACER) service by providing electronic access to the court’s imaged civil case documents (with the exception of Social Security cases).The Judicial Conference of the United States adopted a national policy to protect a litigant’s sensitive information while providing for more efficient access to court case files. Under Judicial Conference policy, imaged documents in criminal cases are presently excluded from PACER.In compliance with the Judicial Conference policy, parties shall refrain from including, or shall redact where inclusion is necessary, the following personal identifiers from all pleadings and other civil papers, including exhibits, filed with the court: • Social Security Numbers. If an individual’s Social Security number must be included in a document, only the last four digits of that number should be used. • Names of Minor Children. If the involvement of a minor child must be mentioned, only the initials of the child should be used. • Dates of Birth. If an individual’s date of birth must be included in a document, only the year should be used. • Financial Account Numbers. If financial account numbers are relevant, only the last four digits of these numbers should be used.The responsibility for omitting or redacting these personal identifiers rests solely with counsel and the parties. The Clerk will not review filings for compliance with this rule. A party having a legitimate need for the above information may obtain it through the ordinary course of discovery without further order of the court.This policy does not create a private right of action against the court, the Clerk of Court, counsel, or any other individual or entity on behalf of any individual or entity that may have identifying information erroneously included in a filed document that is made available on PACER.PACER is an electronic public access service that allows users to obtain case information from the federal courts. PACER is a service of the United States Judiciary, provided by the Administrative Office of the United States Courts. PACER allows a registered user to access case information through the Internet or a dial-up connection. For more information, please visit pacer.flmd.uscourts.gov.Second DCA JNC seeks applicants The 17th Circuit Judicial Nominating Commission is now accepting applications for a newly created position on the circuit bench.Applicants must be registered voters, members of The Florida Bar for the past five years and residents of the 17th Judicial Circuit.Applications are available from The Florida Bar’s Web site at www.FLABAR.org or by contacting William S. Spencer, JNC Chair, 500 East Broward Blvd., Suite 1400, Ft. Lauderdale 33394-3076, telephone (954) 468-1399, fax (954) 523-1722.An original and nine copies of the completed applications (with photographs) must be received by Spencer no later than 5 p.m., February 14.Fifth JNC seeks judicial applicants The Board of Governors is seeking applicants for the following vacancies to be filled during its April 4, 2003 meeting: Supreme Court’s Bar Admissions Committee: One lawyer to serve a two-year staggered term commencing July 1. This Supreme Court committee, which is authorized under Rule 1-26.2 of the Rules Relating to Admissions to the Bar, coordinates the work of the bench, bar, law schools, and bar examiners. It consists of 13 members, two of which are designated by the Board of Governors.Persons interested in applying for these vacancies may download the application from the Bar’s Web site, www.FLABAR.org, or should call Bar headquarters at (850) 561-5600, ext. 6802, to obtain an application form.Completed applications must be submitted to the John F. Harkness, Jr., Executive Director, The Florida Bar, 651 E. Jefferson Street, Tallahassee 32399-2300 no later than close of business, Friday, March 7. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of an application.18th JNC to fill two vacancies Pursuant to Rule 3-7.10(b), Scott Martin Roth of Naples has petitioned the Supreme Court for Bar reinstatement.Roth was suspended for three years by a court order dated July 13, 1995, for violation of the following Rules Regulating The Florida Bar: Rule 3-4.3 (engaging in conduct that is unlawful or contrary to honesty and justice); Rule 4-8.4(b) (committing a criminal act that reflects adversely on the lawyer’s honesty, trustworthiness, or fitness as a lawyer in other respects); and Rule 4-8.4(c) (engaging in conduct involving dishonesty, fraud, deceit or misrepresentation).Anyone wanting to comment on Roth’s petition for reinstatement may contact Stephen C. Whalen, assistant staff counsel, The Florida Bar, 5521 W. Spruce Street, Suite C-49, Tampa 33607-5958, telephone (800) 940-4759.Gambrell nominations sought The 11th Circuit Judicial Nominating Commission is seeking applicants for two new circuit court seats created by the legislature.Those interested must have been members of The Florida Bar for the past five years, registered voters, and live within the 11th Circuit. Applications may be obtained from Pamela I. Perry, at 201 South Biscayne Blvd., Suite 1100, Miami 33131, and from the Bar’s Web site at www.FLABAR.org. The forms and 10 copies must be returned to Perry by 5 p.m. January 23.U.S. Middle District enhances access to electronic records
Metro Sport ReporterMonday 25 Feb 2019 4:54 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link783Shares Advertisement Comment Monchi approves Sven Mislintat’s move for Nicolas Pepe as Arsenal’s key summer signing Monchi is reportedly keen on a move for Pepe (AFP/Getty Images)The Gunners face heavy competition for the Ivorian winger, with Manchester United, Chelsea, Bayern Munich, Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain all considering a move at the end of the season.Pepe, who has been one of the standout performers in Ligue 1 this season with 16 goals and 10 assists so far, is reportedly valued by Lille at around €80 million (£69m).More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityBut Lille have also admitted that they could sell Pepe this summer, providing they receive an acceptable offer.‘We are not a rich club,’ Lille’s sporting director Luis Campos told Telefoot.‘It means that if a really good proposal comes in for Pepe, we have to sell him.’More: Manchester United FCRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starNew Manchester United signing Facundo Pellistri responds to Edinson Cavani praiseEx-Man Utd coach blasts Ed Woodward for two key transfer errors Nicolas Pepe is on Arsenal’s radar (AFP/Getty Images)Monchi will spearhead Arsenal’s push to sign Lille winger Nicolas Pepe this summer, according to reports.Arsenal have reportedly reached an agreement with Monchi, Roma’s current sporting director, and are lining him up to join this summer.The Gunners have been searching a technical director following Sven Mislintat’s departure as their head of recruitment earlier this month.Mislintat played a key role in identifying several targets during his time at the club, and according to reports earlier this month, Pepe had been his preferred target for Arsenal’s problem area on the right side of Unai Emery’s attack.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTFootball.London now report that Arsenal have maintained their interest in Pepe following Mislintat’s exit, and Monchi also favours a move for the 23-year-old. Advertisement
The real reason Raul Sanllehi decided to leave Arsenal after sending warning to board Advertisement Metro Sport ReporterSunday 16 Aug 2020 4:10 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link791Shares Advertisement Sanllehi opposed the massive wave of staff cuts Arsenal announced recently (Picture: Getty)Speaking after his exit, the Spaniard said: ‘I’m proud and pleased with the contribution I’ve made at Arsenal over the past three years, and look forward to enjoying the club’s future success. Arsenal is a true footballing institution.‘I am proud to have been part of its history and I thank Stan and Josh Kroenke for this opportunity. Working with Vinai, we have built a top team for the future. Mikel has made an extremely positive impact since his arrival and has formed a strong team with our technical director, Edu.‘The academy is in very safe hands with Per, and Huss Fahmy is a talented and highly-capable leader of our football operations. Personally, I now look forward to taking some time off and spending time with family and friends before setting to work on a new challenge and cheering Arsenal on to great things.’MORE: Vinai Venkatesham makes statement on Arsenal transfers after Raul Sanllehi exitMORE: Ian Wright sends message to Arsenal board over Mikel Arteta following Raul Sanllehi’s departureAdvertisementAdvertisementFollow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.For more stories like this, check our sport page. Comment The former head of football’s departure was announced by Arsenal on Saturday (Picture: Getty)It was Raul Sanllehi’s decision to leave Arsenal with the club’s former head of football sensing that his influence over transfers had been greatly diminished, according to reports.The Spaniard, who was previously Barcelona’s director of football, was brought in by Ivan Gazidis in 2017 to create a structure that took control of transfers away from then manager Arsene Wenger.But less than three years later, Sanllehi has parted ways with the Gunners to redistribute the balance of power back to current head coach Mikel Arteta, who now has the final say over all incomings and outgoings. Arteta and Edu now hold the axis of power over Arsenal’s transfers (Picture: Getty)Although there have been reports that it was the decision to overpay for Nicolas Pepe that brought about Sanllehi’s exit, The Telegraph claim he walked away of his own accord.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTWhether he walked before he was pushed is a different matter, but the report says Sanllehi felt control of transfers had been taken out of his hands and put in those of Arteta and technical director Edu.The former Barca chief is also said to have become ‘disillusioned’ by the club’s decision to make 55 members of staff redundant and had warned the board against doing so.Sanllehi felt the departures of a number of important members of the recruitment and scouting teams – including Francis Cagigao, who unearthed Cesc Fabregas and Hector Bellerin – would significantly compromise the club’s ability to make signings this summer.More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing ArsenalHowever, Arsenal themselves had felt their structure behind-the-scenes had become bloated and in need of streamlining, appointing corporate lawyer Tim Lewis to oversee a review, and Sanllehi was likely to be axed in favour of an axis of Edu and Arteta to decide transfers.Brazilian technical director Edu will now take on a bigger role in speaking to clubs and agents, while the duo will report to Vinai Venkatesham for transfer and wage budgets, with the managing director absorbing Sanllehi’s other responsibilities.
Anthony Joshua is backing fellow Brit Tyson Fury to be successful in his rematch with Deontay Wilder, claiming the Gypsy King ‘won’t get it wrong the second time.’ Fury came so close in December 2018 to upsetting the odds to become a two time world heavyweight champion, when he faced WBC champ Wilder in just his third fight after a three year layoff, in what was a controversial draw. The two men fight again in just 10 days in Las Vegas and Joshua believes that Fury will right the wrongs of the judges scorecards the second time around. “I think Fury wins. A man who nearly done it the first time won’t get it wrong the second time,” he told ‘Pep Talk UK. “That’s the only reason why. I think that he came close the first time to the point of a draw, it wasn’t like a 12-round masterclass then got battered in the 12th and that just separated it. “It was a draw, it was that close. So I just think Tyson Fury is going to correct his wrongs and come back and win.”Advertisement Promoted Content9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A TattooTV Characters Who Hated Each Other But Later Became FriendsBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksWhat Happens To Your Brain When You Play Too Much Video Games?7 Universities In The World With The Highest Market ValueInsane 3D Spraying Skills Turn In Incredible Street Art5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksThis Guy Photoshopped Himself Into Celeb Pics And It’s HystericalCan You Recognize These Cute Celeb Baby Faces?7 Mysterious Discoveries From All Around The World Read Also: Fury hits out at Joshua for the way he defeated Ruiz Jr in title rematch AJ was asked about that possibility and isn’t too convinced, “Nah, my opinion again, I’ve just never seen that in Fury anyway. “And I don’t even think Wilder would knock Fury out in two rounds, if Wilder was to come and knock him out in two rounds, it’s not really that kind of party. Fury’s an elite-level boxer.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… In the first fight Fury out boxed the champion for much of the fight and won a majority of the rounds however he was twice knocked down, in the ninth and 12 rounds, and was lucky to escape being knocked out on the second occasion. The undefeated Brit has spoken about not trusting the judges to give him a decision and claimed he’s targeting a second round knockout in the February 22nd rematch.
Indianapolis, In. — Governor Eric J. Holcomb is directing flags across the state to be flown at half-staff to honor the victims of the tragedy in Parkland, Florida.Flags should be flown at half-staff until sunset on Monday, Feb. 19, 2018.Gov. Holcomb also asks businesses and residents to lower their flags to half-staff until Monday.
GARY Primo of Fruta Conquerors Football Club netted the first helmet-trick on day three of the fourth edition of the East Bank Football Association (EBFA) Under-11 League.The league is sponsored by USA-based Guyanese, Ralph Green, and continued yesterday at the Guyana Football Federation (GFF) National Training Centre, Providence, East Bank Demerara. Primo scored all four goals in his team’s 4-0 win over Eagles Football Club of Stewartville, West Coast Demerara. Conquerors rebounded in style after going down to Timehri Panthers in their first match, to blank their opponents. Primo was on target in the 1st, 7th, 13th and 23rd minutes for his team.Five of yesterday’s six matches produced positive results, the other producing a draw between defending champions Timehri Panthers Football Club and Samatta Point/Kaneville, who clawed their way back twice, thanks to a double from Emanuel Francois.Jadon Tasha, who also netted both goals for Timehri Panthers, had given them the lead in the 6th minute but their celebration was short-lived as Francois responded in like manner one minute later to level the score at 1-1. Tasha restored his side’s one-goal cushion in the 13th minute and they had looked on course for a win but Francois had other ideas as his successful free kick in the 27th minute ensured his team took an equal share of the points.Vurlon Mills Academy have consolidated their position at the top of the points table in Group A with their third win in as many matches, a hard-fought 1-0 win over a game Diamond United team. Breaking the deadlock after consistent offensive plays was Romario La Rose in the 27th minute; it was Diamond United’s first loss in the league.Grove Hi Tech took their first win via a 3-0 score line over Swan Football Club. Daniel Barton in the 14th minute, Akeem Evans from the penalty spot in the 21st minute and Rayfield Hillman in the 24th minute were the players finding the back of the nets.Agricola Red Triangle thumped Friendship All Stars 4-0 through goals from Lucas Fintenallas in the 2nd minute, Kedan Bacchus (8th), Brandon Narine (16th) and Jonathan Andries (21st) all inking their names on the score sheet.Jaheam Lewis’ 25th minute strike was the difference between his team Riddim Squad and Kuru Kururu Warriors – the latter’s two-match winning streak being halted. It was Riddim Squad’s first win of the league.The top two teams from each group after group play will earn the right to move on to the semifinals.
President C.L. Max Nikias announced a national search for USC’s next senior vice president for academic affairs and provost in a letter to USC faculty, staff and students Monday. Current Provost Elizabeth Garrett was named the next president of Cornell University on Sept. 30. In his letter, Nikias emphasized the importance of the appointment for USC’s future.Shoes to fill · Provost Elizabeth Garrett, above, will leave USC on July 1, 2015 to assume her new role as president of Cornell University. – Daily Trojan file photo“I believe this appointment is particularly critical at this juncture in USC’s history, as we are in the midst of taking the university into the ranks of undisputed academically elite universities,” he said in the letter.In the USC administrative hierarchy, the vice president of academic affairs is the second-ranking administrator to the president. As chief academic officer, his or her responsibilities include gathering reports from each of the university’s deans and provosts. The vice president for academic affairs also oversees several university divisions such as Student Affairs, Libraries and Information Technology Services.Given the significant responsibilites of the position, Nikias stressed the importance of finding the right candidate for the position in the letter.“This person will play a pivotal role in USC’s continued ascent,” he said in the letter.Nikias’ letter announced the appointment a 13-member faculty advisory committee to carry out the search. The committee members, who were selected by Nikias, include chairs of various USC departments. Among those chosen for the committee were distinguished poet and English Department Chair David St. John and Vice Provost for Student Affairs Ainsley Carry.USC is also looking outside the university itself for help in the search process. The letter stated that the school is employing Isaacson, Miller, a Boston-based search firm with offices in Washington, D.C. and San Francisco, to assist with the hiring process.Hortensia Amaro, dean’s professor in social work and preventative medicine and one of the members of the committee, echoed Nikias in emphasizing the importance of the search.“We need another top-class provost,” Amaro said.Amaro was unable to provide specific details due to the confidentiality of the hiring process.Ellis Meng, professor of biomedical and electrical engineering, was also selected to serve on the committee. Meng, featured as one of MIT Technology Review’s “Innovators Under 35” in 2009, said she was honored by the appointment.“It’s such a great honor. The provost is a really important position. It’ll be difficult to find someone who can fill Elizabeth Garrett’s shoes,” Meng said.Elizabeth Garrett was formally installed as vice president for academic affairs and provost in 2011. Prior to her appointment at USC, she was selected by former President George W. Bush to serve on a bipartisan Tax Reform Panel.Nikias’ email also asked students for recommendations for candidates to fill the position.Despite Nikias’ overture, some students said that the search is best left to those most qualified for it.“I think the ultimate decision should lie with the selection committee, since they know more of what was required, in terms of the skills of a high-level administrator,” said Elaine Krebs, a senior majoring in health and humanity and marine and environmental biology.The letter invited those with suggestions and potential nominations for the appointment to submit them to email@example.com.
All 15 CARICOM Heads of Government have been confirmed for this week’s summit to be held at the Montego Bay Convention Centre in St. James, Jamaica from July 4 to 6. The summit will be headed by Jamaican Prime Minister Andrew Holness, the newly appointed chairman of CARICOM.President of Chile Sebastián Piñera and President of Cuba Miguel Díaz-Canel are specially invited guests.At a media briefing Monday, CARICOM Secretary-General Ambassador Irwin LaRocque said the treatment of Caribbean migrants will be discussed amid concerns of the impending exit of Britain from the European Union and the Windrush scandal.CARICOM Heads of Government have also expressed concern about tariffs imposed by the US and the possible effects on the region. “We are concerned that there are investors in our community on which either tariffs or other types of restrictions have been placed and it’s affecting these investors here in Jamaica, Guyana and elsewhere, and we are very concerned about that so that will be discussed,” Mr. LaRocque added. He said CARICOM will be lobbying to have certain tarrifs that affect the region lifted.
Information reaching Asempa Sports indicates that Michael Ayittey Okine a.k.a. Ayittey Powers has finally signed a contract to fight his arch rival Isaac Braimah Kamoko popularly known as Bukom Banku on May 16 at Accra Sports Stadium.The much awaited bout was scheduled to take place on April 18 but Ayittey Powers surprisingly told Box Office Sports Promotion, the promoters of the big bout to postpone the bout because his spiritual father Prophet TB Joshua, the founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) had told him not to fight on Good Friday.The date for the fight was therefore changed to May 16 but Powers refused again to sign the contract when the stakeholders met last week to determine matters relating to the fight.This forced stakeholders of the anticipated bout to meet on Monday afternoon to sanction Powers for deceiving boxing fans.Powers realizing the implications of any sanctions by the Ghana Boxing Authority (GBA) quickly agreed to fight on May 16 and signed the contract for the bout to come off.“Ayittey Powers has finally signed to box on May 16 with Bukom Banku so the bout is coming on live and colored” Naa Darkoa Doodo, the public relation officers of Ghana Boxing Authority told Asempa Sports.