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Angad finds Janhvi the most spontaneous artiste

first_imgMumbai: Actor Angad Bedi is impressed with young actress Janhvi Kapoor’s dedication to work, and considers her to be the most spontaneous artiste.On the film front, the actor is currently busy training for the next schedule of “Kargil Girl”, which also stars Janhvi.Angad and Janhvi began shooting for the film in April and have since then had two hectic schedules. Now the duo, who play siblings in the film, is set to shoot in Georgia.Speaking about his experience, Angad said, “Every artiste has a process. Janhvi is the most spontaneous artiste and a very respectful person.” Also Read – I have personal ambitions now: PriyankaRecalling his first meeting with her, he shared, “It was when our director Sharan Sharma introduced us in our first reading. Sharan wanted us to have many interactions together and become family members literally.”We would rehearse together, eat together and she would spend time even with (Angad’s family) Neha and Mehr. Even before our dance rehearsals, she would take her shoes off and take blessings from the floor she would dance on…always wanting to improve and try and do each scene many times over in as many variations as possible.”last_img read more

Snowfall warning remains in place for the Pine Pass

first_imgCurrent details:Snowfall with total amounts of 20 to 25 cm is expected.Heavy snow will fall through Sunday over Pine Pass.Mild and moist air aloft from a Pacific front combined with an entrenched arctic airmass will continue to produce periods of heavy snow today over Pine Pass.An additional 2 to 5 cm of snow is expected today. CHETWYND, B.C. – A snowfall warning remains in place for the Pine Pass.Environment Canada issued the warning early Saturday and predicted the area would see 20 to 25 cm of snow before the storm moved out of the area late Sunday.  Most of the predicted snow fell on Saturday, and the forecast says the region should see another two to five centimetres of snow on Sunday.The forecast is also calling for wind speeds of up to 15 km/h.  As of 8 a.m., says Highway 97 has limited visibility with drifting snow and strong crosswinds. The snow will finally ease this afternoon.Weather in the mountains can change suddenly resulting in hazardous driving conditions.Be prepared to adjust your driving with changing road conditions. reminds drivers to know before you go. Adjust to winter driving behaviour and use winter tires and chains.Road conditions are available at For updates on the highway conditions in B.C., visit www.drivebc.caSee the full weather warning below.Pine PassHwy 97, north of Mackenzie Junction at Powder King access road, looking north.Hwy 97 at Wabi Estates Road, east of Chetwynd, looking west. (elevation: 754 metres)Mackenzie JunctionHwy 97 at Hwy 39, about 29 km south of Mackenzie looking east.Issued at 2019-01-20 13:20 UTC by Environment Canada:Snowfall warning continued for:Highway 97 – Pine Pass, B.C. (080030)last_img read more

Two crew members dead after UN helicopter crashes in Liberia

The UN Mission in Liberia (UNMIL) announced that a cargo helicopter flight from Ganta, Nimba County to Loguatuo, on the border between Liberian and Côte d’Ivoire, crashed at around 10.30 a.m. this morning. “The cause of the crash is not yet known,” the Mission said in a statement released following the incident.A search-and-rescue mission organized by UNMIL that reached the site confirmed that two of the three crew members onboard were killed, while the other is missing. The crew members’ names and nationalities are being withheld pending family notification.The Mission’s Aviation Safety personnel and the Liberian Civil Aviation authority are investigating the crash of the aircraft – an MI-8 operated by UT Air, which was under contract to UNMIL. The Mission has grounded all its civilian MI-8 helicopters until further notice.Established in 2003 to support Liberia’s ceasefire and peace process, UNMIL currently has over 15,000 peacekeepers, and around 500 international civilian personnel, almost 1,000 local staff and 220 UN Volunteers. 2 November 2007A United Nations helicopter crashed in Liberia today, killing two of the three crew members onboard, the world body’s mission there confirmed, reporting that the third is missing and presumed dead. read more

Suspected prowler turns out to be toddler

A Delhi mom dialled 911 last week after hearing a commotion in her garage.The woman thought she had a prowler on the property.“Officers arrived on the scene and could hear various noises coming from the garage,” Const. Ed Sanchuk, spokesperson for the Norfolk OPP, said in a news release.“Upon entering, they located the complainant’s two-year-old child. It was determined that the child entered the garage without the mother’s knowledge. Upon hearing the commotion she became alarmed and contacted police. The young child was removed from the garage and re-united with his mother.”The incident happened around 2 p.m. Feb. 4. read more

BAKU German community integration project wins UN intercultural innovation award

Transportation denied, refugees remain determined and unstoppable Stranded for days at Budapest’s main railway station as the Hungarian Government cancelled all trains to Germany and shut its borders to Western Europe, hundreds of mostly Syrian refugees, many of whom had already purchased train tickets, set out to walk the 250 kilometres (155 miles) to Vienna. UNHCR/Mark Henley Three years after its inception, Give Something Back to Berlin – or GSBTB – is now well-known in Europe. It was declared the winner during an award ceremony as part of the Global Forum Baku 2016, held in the Azerbaijani capital and convened by the UN Alliance of Civilizations (UNAOC). The Forum, which officially opened earlier today, is bringing together nearly 3,000 participants, including Heads of State and Government, political officials, civil society representatives, religious and youth leaders, who will share their perspectives and solutions under the main theme on ‘Living Together in Inclusive Societies: A Challenge and A Goal.’ “The refugee crisis we have been seeing lately actually created a unique opportunity to build a new culture of living together,” Annamaria Olsson, founder of GSBTB, said upon receiving the Intercultural Innovation Award, which was created in 2011 under the partnership between the BMW group and the UNAOC. Faced with an estimated influx of 160,000 newcomers to Berlin in recent years, including 71,000 from outside the country, GSBTB’s role as a facilitator of social integration is growing fast as many migrants and refugees face stigmatism, exclusion and discrimination.The refugee crisis we have been seeing lately actually created a unique opportunity to build a new culture of living together “We are bringing different kinds of migrants together and make them learn and share,” she told the UN News Centre, noting that volunteers of 60 nationalities work with them. GSBTB runs an accessible online platform to inspire and mobilize Berlin’s migrant community to create social impact and foster integration, organize events for newcomers to meet actors in their neighbourhoods, and establish networks for intercultural understanding, solidarity and participation. Once a symbol of division between East and West, Berlin may have a conscience to look for better ways to live together, not stay isolated or segregated, she said. Now, 16 per cent of Berliners are foreign citizens. Ms. Olsson moved from Sweden to Berlin in 2008 to pursue her career as a journalist. As a recipient of the award, which comes with a funding support, she feels greater responsibility to help stabilize the refugee situation in Germany. “We have more than 1 million migrants and have a lot to do,” she said, adding that other cities in and outside Germany are looking to GSBTB’s model and expertise. The finalists were selected from nearly 1,000 applicants from 120 countries. Other prize winners today included: Unistream (Israel), which creates social change by empowering teens from underprivileged communities to build and run their own startups; Red Dot Foundation – Safecity (India), which crowdsources personal stories of sexual harassment to make public spaces safer for all; The Coexist Initiative (Kenya), which engages men, boys and communities to address the socio-cultural stereotypes and conditions that impedes girls’ education; and Shine a Light (Brazil/USA), which teaches indigenous children to share their stories through digital arts. ‹ › Closing their borders Unable to cope with the flood of refugees streaming across their borders every day, some countries closed entry points along their borders. For example, the Hungarian Government built a fence along its border with Serbia and instituted a law criminalizing irregular entry into Hungary. Senior UN officials condemned the actions. Soon afterwards, the UN welcomed a European Union decision to increase aid to countries neighbouring war-torn Syria and to relocate 120,000 people within Europe, but said much more needed to be done. Pictured, refugees are seen through the razor wire fence in Hungary. UNHCR/Mark Henley A child’s view Education is highly valued among Syrians, who once enjoyed free, mandatory schooling before the war. The worsening conditions they have been facing in exile in neighbouring countries are having a devastating impact — some 90,000 Syrians of school age now have no formal education. This is one of the motivating factors for families trying to relocate to Europe. Shown, in Hungary, a Syrian boy looks up at police attempting to stop the refugees from leaving for Budapest. UNHCR/Mark Henley Donated shoes for footsore refugees Thousands of refugees arrive in Vienna, many having walked dozens of kilometres shod only in sandals and flip-flops. This has led to a huge demand for shoes. In response, locals in Vienna have donated shoes for the refugees to replace their worn-out footware. UNHCR/Michael Schöppl A nightmare crossing More than 400,000 refugees and migrants have undertaken the dangerous crossing to Greece in 2015 alone, up from 219,000 in 2014. People smugglers charge between $1,200 to $1,400 per person for the trip and cram as many as they can into boats, sending them out to sea without a captain. Many of the boats capsize. In 2015, nearly 3,000 people have perished or gone missing and the death toll continues to rise. Shown, a Syrian woman cries with relief as she embraces her three young children after a rough crossing. UNHCR/Ivor Prickett Desperate people seeking refuge Fleeing armed conflict and persecution at home, and deteriorating living conditions in neighbouring countries in which they had initially sought refuge, people are risking their lives in growing numbers to find a safe place to live in Europe and beyond. Shown, at sunset, a group of Syrian and Afghan refugees arrive at the Greek island of Lesvos — the main point of entry for refugees to Europe — after making the crossing from Turkey in a rubber raft. UNHCR/Ivor Prickett Frustration in Hungary Forced to sleep outside for nights in a row at a ‘collection point’ and prevented from moving on to Budapest, refugees in Röszke, Hungary, confront the police. Some then broke through the police lines and set out on the road to Budapest. But by nightfall, most had been persuaded to go to a registration centre, which turned out to be full, resulting in their having to spend yet another night outside. By then, hundreds of additional refugees had arrived from Serbia at the original ‘collection point.’ UNHCR/Mark Henley Temporary relief, long-term solutions The United Nations is working alongside Governments and partner humanitarian agencies across Europe to provide aid to refugees and migrants and ensure that their rights and dignity are respected. It is also working with countries to develop longer-term solutions that are effective, feasible and in line with universal human rights and humanitarian standards, including the right to claim asylum. Shown, in Hungary, near the border with Serbia, staff of the UN Refugee Agency install a tent for new refugees, thousands of whom arrive every day with the hope of reaching European countries such as Sweden or Germany. UNHCR/Olivier Laban-Mattei New obstacles at every turn Travelling by land and sea from Africa, the Middle East and Asia, refugees and migrants face new trials and dangers at every turn. Migrant women and children are especially vulnerable to trafficking and exploitation. Pictured, refugees approach the border between Greece and the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. Earlier clashes with Macedonian security forces were calmed when the authorities on both sides, with help of UNHCR, created a system to control the flow of people through the border. 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Football Malik Hooker declares for NFL draft

would​ ​be​ ​staying​ ​with​ ​the​ ​Buckeyes​​ ​for​ ​at​ ​least​ ​another​ ​season,​ ​it​ ​now​ ​appears​ ​as​ ​though​ ​the— Malik Hooker (@MalikHooker24) January 2, 2017 Although​ ​Ohio​ ​State​ ​redshirt​ ​sophomore​ ​safety​ ​Malik​ ​Hooker​ ​made​ ​a​ ​statement​ ​this​ ​season​ ​he  eligibility.  The​ ​2017​ ​NFL​ ​draft​ ​is​ ​scheduled​ ​for​ ​April​ ​27​ ​in​ ​Philadelphia. Hooker​ ​could​ ​draw​ ​major​ ​attention​ ​from​ ​teams​ ​needing​ ​safety​ ​help,​ ​after​ ​the​ ​Pennsylvania​ ​native drew​ ​comparisons​ ​to​ ​NFL​ ​greats​ ​Sean​ ​Taylor​ ​and​ ​Ed​ ​Reed.​ ​The​ ​Reed​ ​comparison,​ ​which​ ​came from​ ​OSU​ ​co-defensive​ ​coordinator​ ​Greg​ ​Schiano​ ​after​ ​Hooker​ ​returned​ ​three​ ​of​ ​his​ ​six interceptions​ ​for​ ​touchdowns before picking up another pick on Saturday. All-Big​ ​Ten​ ​selection​ ​has​ ​had​ ​a​ ​change​ ​of​ ​heart,​ ​deciding​ ​to​ ​forgo​ ​his​ ​final​ ​two​ ​years​ ​of​ ​college  On​ ​Monday,​ ​Hooker​ ​took​ ​to​ ​Twitter​ ​to​ ​reverse​ ​his​ ​previous​ ​statement,​ ​thanking​ ​Buckeye​ ​Nation for​ ​his​ ​time​ ​with​ ​OSU.   Although​ ​many​ ​draft​ ​eligible​ ​players​ ​from​ ​the​ ​Buckeyes​ ​refrained​ ​from​ ​making​ ​any​ ​statements​ ​on their​ ​draft​ ​intentions​ ​following​ ​OSU’s​ ​31-0​ ​loss,​ ​Hooker’s​ ​change​ ​of​ ​heart​ ​comes​ ​less​ ​than​ ​two days​ ​after​ ​Urban​ ​Meyer​ ​and​ ​company​ ​were​ ​shutout​ ​in​ ​the​ ​College​ ​Football​ ​Playoff​ ​semifinal.  to​ ​grown​ ​into​ ​a​ ​man,”​ ​Hooker​ ​said​ ​in​ ​the​ ​statement.  “I​ ​can’t​ ​thank​ ​my​ ​OSU​ ​family​ ​enough​ ​for​ ​taking​ ​in​ ​a​ ​small​ ​town​ ​kid​ ​like​ ​myself​ ​and​ ​allowing​ ​me  Against​ ​Clemson,​ ​Hooker​ ​was​ ​a​ ​bright​ ​spot​ ​in​ ​a​ ​disappointing​ ​team​ ​performance.​ ​​ ​He​ ​finished the game​ ​with​ ​seven​ ​tackles,​ ​a​ ​half​ ​tackle​ ​for​ ​loss,​ ​and​ ​a​ ​highlight​ ​reel​ ​interception​ ​in​ ​the​ ​endzone.   OSU redshirt sophomore safety Malik Hooker (24) returns an interception during the second half of the Buckeyes game against Nebraska on Nov. 5. The Buckeyes won 62-3. Credit: Alexa Mavrogianis | Photo Editor— Malik Hooker (@MalikHooker24) January 2, 2017 read more

Opinion Twitter not all fun and games for studentathletes

Photo illustration by Mark BatkeImagine not being able to say whatever you want on Twitter because one bad tweet will make headlines all over. That’s often the case for student athletes when it comes to social media, and it’s particularly true for Twitter.In 2009, Texas Tech University linebacker Marlon Williams decided not to keep his comments to himself when he tweeted about his coach being late to a team meeting.“Wondering why I’m still in this meeting room when the head coach can’t even be on time to his own meeting,” Williams tweeted.Williams’ tweet and account were deleted soon after.In 2011, then-Western Kentucky University and current Tennessee Titans running back Antonio Andrews had something to say to the fans of WKU.“One thing I can say bout #UKfans is they loyal. No matter how sorry they team is they always support them. Can’t say that bout #WKUfans smh,” Andrews tweeted.Andrews was sidelined the following game.Finally in 2012, Ohio State’s very own quarterback, Cardale Jones, then a freshman, made headlines for his controversial tweet about his opinion on attending classes and playing football.“Why should we have to go to class if we have came to play FOOTBALL, we ain’t come to play SCHOOL classes are pointless,” Jones tweeted.Shortly after, Jones’ tweet and his Twitter account were deleted, but the tweet was already captured by many.Student athletes become the face of their school whether they like it or not. They are obligated to represent their university in everything they do, including the tweets they create on Twitter. Any and everything they say will be judged by many.“It’s tough knowing that everything you do is watched pretty closely because I’m doing the same stuff I’ve always done. It’s just now people actually care what I do,” former Texas A&M quarterback and current Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel said to USA Today in January of 2013.Being a student athlete is not always easy. Yes, they might get the perks of having thousands of Twitter followers, but someone is always watching to make one simple tweet into headlines across the globe. Therefore, ask yourself, “Do I really wish to be Cardale Jones and have thousands of followers that watch my every move?” Some might say yes and some might say no, but I personally would rather stay as the average student whose tweets do not make headlines. read more

MKM MVM Veszprem at VELUX EHF F4 in Cologne

← Previous Story 60 MINUTES TO “LANXESS ARENA”: Kiel waiting for… Next Story → Eggert takes Flensburg to F4! MKB MVM Veszprem have finaly reach the dream – VELUX EHF F4 in Cologne! Hungarian best team on the wind of 5.000 home fans beat PSG Handball 31:26 (12:12) once again after victory last weekend in Paris (26:24).MKB-MVM VESZPRÉM–PARIS SG 31–26 (12–12)VESZPRÉM: Alilovic – IVÁNCSIK T. 3 (1), NAGY L. 4, Rodríguez 2, SULIC 8, ILIC 8 (2), Iváncsik G. 2. Cs: FAZEKAS (kapus), Terzic, Schuch, Gulyás P. , Vilovski 2, Ruesga 1, Ugalde 1. PSG: Annonay – Abalo 2, Narcisse 3, Kopljar 1, Diaw, HANSEN 9 (6), HONRUBIA 6. Cs: Sierra, VORI 3, Melic, Garcia 1, Császár, Gunnarsson, M’Tima, Gojun, Hallgrimsson 1. Rezultat: 5. p.: 3–0. 10. p.: 4–4. 17. p.: 8–5. 21. p.: 9–8. 27. p.: 11–11. 28. p.: 11–12. 33. p.: 14–12. 41. p.: 20–15. 46. p.: 24–18. 49. p.: 28–20. 54. p.: 29–24. 59. p.: 31–25 read more

Irelands biggest movie stars all nominated for this years IFTAs

first_imgIreland’s biggest movie stars all nominated for this year’s IFTAs Actress Ruth Negga was nominated for best actress in two categories. Short URL Wednesday 8 Mar 2017, 4:07 PM 8,591 Views Mar 8th 2017, 4:07 PM THE NOMINEES FOR this Irish Film and Television Academy Awards (IFTAs) have been announced, with the main awards featuring films such as The Siege of Jadotville and A Date for Mad Mary.The film about Irish soldiers fighting during the UN peacekeeping mission in the Congo won nominations for best film, best script, best director for Richie Smyth, best actor for Jamie Dornan, and best supporting actor for Jason O’Mara. Jamie Dornan attending a screening of the Siege of Jadotville at the Savoy Source: Niall Carson/PA Wire PA imagesSimilarly, A Date for Mad Mary has been nominated for best film, script, director for Darren Thornton, best actress for Seana Kerslake and best supporting actress for Charleigh Bailey.Other contenders for best film include Love & Friendship, The Secret Scripture, Tomato Red and The Young Offenders.Actress Ruth Negga has been nominated in two categories – as best actress for her role in the film Loving, and as best actress in the TV drama Preacher. Actress Ruth Negga has been nominated for two awards. Source: SIPA USA/PA ImagesOther big names on the nominations list include Michael Fassbender, Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson.On the small screen, The Fall, Game of Thrones and Vikings are among the nominations for best drama.Cillian Murphy is nominated for best actor for his role in Peaky Blinders, as is Aidan Turner for Poldark.Her performance in Striking Out sees Amy Huberman nominated for best actress in a drama series, with Caitriona Balfe also winning a nomination for her role in Outlander.For best supporting actors and actresses, there are nominations for Liam Cunningham (Game of Thrones), Robert Sheehan (Fortitude), Charlene McKenna (Ripper Street) and Dominique McElligott (House of Cards). Actor Liam Cunningham is nominated for his role in Game of Thrones, which is also up for best drama Source: DyD Fotografos/Geisler-Fotopress/DPA/PA ImagesThis year’s IFTA awards will take place in the Mansion House on Saturday 8 April.Nominations were shortlisted by Irish academy members, as well as a jury panel of industry experts from around the globe.The full list of nominees can be found here.Read: Oscars screw-up: Accountants behind mistake assigned bodyguardsRead: ‘Hey Trump, are you up?’ There was a political edge to the Oscars last nightcenter_img 6 Comments By Sean Murray Share22 Tweet Email1 Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this articlelast_img read more

Zographos to nominate for Oakleigh

first_imgLiberal Party nominations for the state elections of 29 November 2014 opened last Wednesday. According to Neos Kosmos information, the Liberal Party will claim 55 of the 88 seats in the State Parliament, of which 14 are marginal labor seats. One of the marginal labor seats is that of Oakleigh, where the sitting MP Ann Barker has announced her retirement. Oakleigh might become the field of a Greek electoral battle if the Liberal Party chooses a Greek candidate for the seat. The Labor Party has already chosen as its candidate Monash Deputy Mayor, Stephen Dimopoulos, known in the local community for his close cooperation with the former leader of the Labor Party, Simon Crean, and his long tenure in local government. The obvious choice for pre-selection for the Victorian Liberal Party in the seat is Theo Zographos, a candidate already known to the locals for his tough electoral battle with Ann Barker in the state elections of 2010, where he lost the seat for 272 votes. Councillor Zographos told Neos Kosmos he will be nominating for the seat of Oakleigh and wished “to be given an opportunity to reclaim the seat.” If Theo Zographos wins the nomination, Greek voters of Oakleigh will face a serious dilemma in front of the ballot box – whom to vote? Stephen Dimopoulos, or Theo Zographos? The nominations for the seats held by the Liberal Party will close on 24 January. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more

More cases of measles expected to be confirmed in Greece

first_img Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram Since the start of 2017 there have been 2,345 cases of measles flagged in Greece.Primarily affecting nationals in the country’s south, of the cases reported, 1,390 were confirmed by a laboratory of which 797 were considered to be cases meeting the clinical criteria, reports Outbreak News Today.Amongst the laboratory confirmed cases there have been two deaths, the first an 11-month-old infant and the second a 17-year-old, both of which were children from the Roma community who had not been vaccinated.Also making up a large part of those affected are Greeks aged between 25 and 44 who were either not vaccinated or had been only partly vaccinated, among them health professionals.Meanwhile Greek health officials expect additional cases to be confirmed by the laboratory in the near future with the threat of spreading to other areas of Greece.Between 2016 and 2018 there were over 20,000 measles cases reported across Europe, 57 of which have resulted in death.People of all ages are advised to been vaccinated against measles, mumps and rubella, with those born after 1970 given two doses.last_img read more

The Columbians staff picks leading stories of busy year

Its official Liverpool sign Xherdan Shaqiri

first_imgLiverpool have announced the completion of the signing of Xherdan Shaqiri from Stoke City on a “long-term contract”.For a long time, Liverpool has had the Switzerland international as their target and after medical he signed a five-year deal which will keep him at Anfield until 2023 for a fee that is around £13m.“I’m very happy to be here. It’s a huge club with big history, big players and a fantastic coach. So I’m really glad and happy to be here,” Shaqiri told the club’s official website.divock origi, liverpoolReport: Origi cause Klopp injury concerns George Patchias – September 14, 2019 Divock Origi injury in today’s game against Newcastle is a cause for concern for Jurgen Klopp.Perhaps with one eye on Tuesday’s trip to Italy…“As a player, you always want to be on the biggest stage in football. A few years ago I wanted to come too but it didn’t happen. I’m really happy that now I’m finally here. I want to improve myself too, I want to be with the best and I want to win titles. That’s what I’m here for.”The 26-year-old was among Stoke side that went through relegation from the Premier League last season and made 92 appearances for the Potters during his three-year stay.Shaqiri now becomes Liverpool’s third summer signing, after Naby Keita and Fabinho.last_img read more

Buddy ready for NBA Draft tonight in NY

Little Saigon Stories Final Installation Community Events

first_imgLittle Saigon Stories: Final Installation & Community Events KUSI Newsroom, 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) – “Little Saigon Stories” is a visual story-telling project facilitated by the Media Arts Center San Diego, in collaboration with the AjA Project, Little Saigon Foundation and El Cajon Boulevard Business Improvement Association.The final public exhibition will take place with a full-day of free events in San Diego’s Little Saigon District on El Cajon Boulevard in City Heights on Saturday, April 27, according to Rizzhel Javier, with the AjA Project.The event will include a pop-up art gallery, food crawl of local restaurants, guided walking tours, Vietnamese games and a “PostSecret” postcard writing street team in partnership with the San Diego Museum of Man.Little Saigon Stories was designed as a platform for youth to capture, preserve and share the first-hand accounts of inter-generational members of the Vietnamese-American community, according to founders. April 26, 2019 Updated: 12:06 PMcenter_img KUSI Newsroom Posted: April 26, 2019 Categories: Good Morning San Diego, Local San Diego News FacebookTwitterlast_img read more

Killeen Seeks Consultant to Perform Ft Hood JLUS

first_img Dan Cohen AUTHOR The city of Killeen is seeking responses to a request for proposals to conduct a joint land use study (JLUS) for Fort Hood, Texas.The RFP is available on the city’s website. Responses must be received no later than 3 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 26. Responses received later than the date and time above will not be opened.Submit three (3) complete copies, including an original, signed response and a one-page cover letter, plus the entire contents of the response on either a flash drive or a DVD to: City of Killeen, Purchasing Division, RFP 15-29, Fort Hood- Joint Land Use Study (JLUS), 207 A. West Ave. D, Killeen, Texas 76541Responses must be returned in a sealed envelope and/or package. Mark envelope: RFP 15-29, Fort Hood JLUS. A pre-proposal meeting is scheduled for Aug. 12 at City Hall. The responses will be date/time stamped when received, with official time of receipt. No electronic or faxed versions will be accepted.Any interpretations, corrections or changes to this RFP and specifications will be made by addenda. Sole issuing authority of addenda shall be vested in the city of Killeen. Addenda will be loaded onto the city’s website, IonWave E-Bidding, DemandStar and State of Texas ESBD website.Questions about this RFP should be directed to the city of Killeen’s purchasing manager, Karlene Jessie, at The city reserves the right to reject any or all bids and waive any irregularities.last_img read more