Utah F Tillman Transfers To UNLV

first_imgJuly 30, 2019 /Sports News – Local Utah F Tillman Transfers To UNLV Robert Lovell Tags: Donnie Tillman/UNLV Rebels/Utah Runnin’ Utes Basketball FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmail(Salt Lake City, UT) — Utah Utes forward Donnie Tillman is leaving the program after two seasons.Tillman will transfer to UNLV, according to multiple sources. He averaged 10.5 points and 5.3 rebounds for the Utes last year.The Salt Lake Tribute reports he’s making the move to be closer to his sick mother, who lives in Las Vegas. Written bylast_img

Bakery cabinets

first_imgFoster Refrigerator (Kings Lynn, Norfolk) says bakery cabinet retarders are now available as part of its Gastro Pro range.The Gastro Pro bakery cabinet retarders, storage refrigerators and freezers have been developed to provide reliability and a high specification at a competitive price, says Foster. The bakery cabinets are energy efficient and are fitted with new Smart Temperature Controllers, says Foster.The have good operational capability at high ambient temperatures and include an easy-to-clean interior and various door, finish and tray combinations.last_img

Shopping in, and for, the Square

first_imgThe party outside the Holyoke Center, complete with Oggi’s pizza, hot apple cider, and musical performances by the co-ed a cappella group the Harvard LowKeys, was more than a festive way to kick off the season. It was also a reminder of Harvard’s ties to the local community, even when making a holiday shopping list.Dozens of staff, faculty, and students — along with local business owners and Harvard President Drew Faust — turned out at Forbes Plaza on Thursday (Dec. 2) to kick off Crimson Shops Local, an annual effort by the University and the Harvard Square Business Association (HSBA) to encourage shopping nearby this season. The event also featured discounts to Harvard Square restaurants, retailers, and other businesses.From their morning coffee to their evening errands, many members of the Harvard community patronize local businesses almost every day. But holiday sales are crucial for many retailers’ survival, especially in Harvard Square, where 80 percent of businesses are locally owned and independent, said Denise Jillson, HSBA executive director.“People understand that Harvard Square is such a unique place and that we have to care for it, especially in these hard economic times,” Jillson said.Thursday’s event, sponsored by Harvard Public Affairs and Communications, Harvard Campus Services, and the HSBA, was designed to remind the University community how Harvard can help local businesses thrive.“If we combine the purchasing power of Harvard students, faculty, and staff, we can further boost our local economy, support local jobs and people, and help independent and locally owned stores and restaurants to succeed in challenging times,” said Christine Heenan, Harvard’s vice president of public affairs and communications.The HSBA estimates that Harvard Square merchants draw about 40 percent of their business from people who work and study in the area. Harvard student spending alone contributes $289 million annually to the local economy, according to Heenan.For the second straight year, Faust came out to do some local shopping herself, after listening to Christmas carols sung by the LowKeys.“The Square is so important — it’s where we live,” Faust said of Harvard’s connection to the business community. “It’s a privilege to be located here.”Local businesses “contribute to making this a very vibrant community, and a place where people want to come shop and visit,” she said. They also keep Harvard Square and the surrounding campus a bustling and safe public space, she added.Faust wandered into Black Ink, a Boston-based boutique of “unexpected necessities” that opened its Brattle Street location nine years ago.Susan Corcoran, the store’s owner, said holiday business appears to have picked up from the past two years, when recession-weary shoppers spent less during the winter season.“There’s a little more optimism,” she said.The store was packed with shoppers, including Faust, who vacillated in the toy aisle before purchasing a puzzle for her 2-year-old nephew. (“I save all my decisions for being president,” she said jokingly.)Faust then headed next door to Cardullo’s Gourmet Shoppe, the specialty food store that’s home to the Square’s oldest deli, where she purchased some locally made Taza chocolate bars for her husband.“It’s a great place to do some shopping,” Faust said. “I’ll be back again.”Mark Cardullo, the family business’ owner, said he welcomes Harvard and the HSBA’s support during the uncertain holiday season, when just one bad storm can throw off the store’s sales numbers.“We definitely rely on the holiday sales,” he said. “It’s amazing that we’re still here after 60 years with no parking. We just rely on people walking by, essentially, and stopping in.”Many of those casual customers are Harvard students. International students often come in looking for specialty foods from their home countries. (“If they request it and we can find it, we’ll get it in stock,” he said.) And it doesn’t hurt that Cardullo’s accepts Crimson Cash.The store even advertises in Harvard Magazine, Cardullo said, because so many alumni have come back over the years looking for the sandwiches they ate as undergraduates.“We embrace the University and their growth,” Cardullo said. “They’ve been a good partner to us.”In addition to the Crimson Shops Local event, other holiday events will take place in Harvard Square during December. For more information.Harvard Ballroom Dance Team members Lindsay Liles ’10 (left) and Marco Perez-Moreno ’12 perform during Crimson Shops Local festivities.last_img read more

HSPH health policy experts weigh in on Supreme Court hearings on Affordable Care Act

first_img Read Full Story As the Supreme Court hears challenges to the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) from March 26-28, 2012, Harvard School of Public Health professors have been widely quoted in media coverage of the hearings.John McDonough, professor of the practice of public health and director of the Center for Public Health Leadership, spoke to The Washington Post, Financial Times, Daily Herald, The Boston Globe, and WBUR’s CommonHealth blog about the ACA’s requirement that nearly all Americans purchase health insurance (the individual mandate), as well as about the history of health care reform in Massachusetts and how the state might fare if the federal law is overturned.Robert Blendon, Richard L. Menschel Professor of Public Health and Senior Associate Dean for Policy Translation and Leadership Development, was quoted in The New York Times, Bloomberg Businessweek, and the National Journal on the political implications of the current debate over health care reform.Michelle Mello, professor of law and public health, spoke to Bloomberg about the financial gamble taken by those who opt out of buying insurance.Meredith Rosenthal, who contributed to one of the highest profile amicus briefs reviewed by the court for this case, spoke to WBUR about her concerns about the other ACA provisions that may be halted if the individual mandate is overturned.last_img read more

Inaugural senior fellow joins Center for European Studies

first_img Read Full Story The Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies (CES) is pleased to announce that Nicolas Berggruen, founder of the Berggruen Institute On Governance and co-author of Intelligent Governance for the 21st Century, has been appointed as the center’s first senior fellow.“This appointment recognizes Mr. Berggruen’s efforts to stimulate forward-thinking research, discussion and action on Europe’s most pressing challenges,” said CES Director Grzegorz Ekiert. “We are pleased to welcome Mr. Berggruen as our inaugural senior fellow as his insights will help shape the focus of our academic inquiries and enrich the agenda of CES,” he added.last_img

Unrest grows in crisis-hit Lebanon amid coronavirus lockdown

first_imgTRIPOLI, Lebanon (AP) — Lebanese security forces have fired more volleys of tear gas at rock-throwing youth in the northern city of Tripoli amid outrage over the country’s coronavirus lockdown and the government’s inaction in the face of growing poverty. The violence in Tripoli, Lebanon’s second largest city and the most impoverished, marked a serious escalation in protests that began on Monday and continued for three straight days into Wednesday night. Dozens of young men have been taking part in the nightly protests throwing rocks at security forces and in some cases torching vehicles. The violence has left a 30-year-old man dead and more than 220 people injured.last_img

Audra McDonald & Will Swenson Welcome Baby Girl

first_img View Comments The new addition to Eggfartopia has arrived! Six-time Tony winner Audra McDonald and her hubby Will Swenson have welcomed a baby girl to their family. Named Sally James McDonald-Swenson, she was born on October 19 at 11:16 PM. “Our hearts are bursting,” Mcdonald tweeted.McDonald discovered she was pregnant while appearing in Broadway’s Shuffle Along and thus postponed her West End debut this summer in Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar & Grill.The couple married in 2012. While this is their first child together, McDonald is mom to a daughter, Zoe, and he is dad to two sons, Bridger and Sawyer, from their previous marriages.McDonald won her history-making sixth Tony in 2014 for her portrayal of Billie Holiday in Lady Day, a role she recently reprised on screen for HBO. She also garnered Tonys for her work in The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess, A Raisin in the Sun, Ragtime, Master Class and Carousel. Upcoming screen credits include the live-action Beauty and the Beast and film adaptation of Hello Again. Swenson received a Tony nomination for Hair. His additional Broadway credits include Priscilla: Queen of the Desert, 110 in the Shade, Lestate and Brooklyn: the Musical. He starred in The Pirates of Penzance this summer as part of Barrington Stage Company’s 2016 season.Congratulations from all of us here at Broadway.com to the entire McDonald-Swenson clan! [email protected] and I are overjoyed to welcome Sally James McDonald-Swenson, born last night at 11:16pm. Our hearts are bursting. pic.twitter.com/6JJYASkHq5— Audra McDonald (@AudraEqualityMc) October 20, 2016center_img Audra McDonald & Will Swenson(Photo: Bruce Glikas)last_img read more

Better Beef.

first_imgBeef eaters like juicy, tender steaks. But to enjoy steaks, you often have to take the fat with the good.Dean Pringle has two ways to get steaks leaner without sacrificing tenderness. Both are based on an enzyme system that regulates the muscle mass of beef cattle.The calpain system, which is also in humans, tears down the proteins in muscle to allow new proteins to rebuild the muscle.”All the time we’re alive, our muscle mass is being degraded and rebuilt,” said Pringle, an animal scientist with the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.To get that lean, tender steak, all you have to do is manipulate this enzyme system, he said.Tender FatMeat with fat deposited within the steak is “marbled.” It’s tenderer than steaks with the fat in a layer around the outside. The less marbled, the tougher the steak.The calpain system remains active after death and continues to break down the protein in the muscle. That’s why the beef industry ages meat after slaughter. The common practice increases flavor and tenderness.Beef is aged in two ways: The dry way is to hang the meat in a temperature-regulated cooler with exposure to air. The wet way is to vacuum-package and refrigerate it in its juices for shipping.Most meat sold in grocery stores has been aged three days to three months.”Retail beef has more variation in aging time, depending on if the consumer is buying that product,” he said. “If there’s really high demand, the meat will be moved through the meat case faster and be aged for a shorter period of time.”Most restaurants, however, require at least 21 days of aging, some as high as 28 days or more, he said.But even with the aging process, it’s hard to maintain consistency in tenderness.Calcium FueledThe calpain enzyme system is fueled, so to speak, by calcium. The more calcium in the muscle, the more active this system becomes and the more degradation takes place and the more tender the meat.Pringle injected a calcium solution directly into the muscle of slaughtered cattle. This seems to work well in tenderizing the meat.”Depending on the level of calcium, you can reach a 14-day aging point in 24 hours,” he said. This can put tender meat into the marketplace faster.You can also get that extra calcium into the meat by feeding cattle large doses of vitamin D a few days before slaughter, he said. Vitamin D helps release the calcium deposits in bones into the blood stream, which then go into the muscle and energize the enzyme system.Tough DrawbacksBut there are drawbacks to each tenderizing method.”The calcium injections can have some negative effect on flavor,” he said. But adding beef flavor and salt to the injection can overcome the off flavor.Also, the meat has to be labeled as having been injected with calcium. But this shouldn’t be a problem. Many common consumer goods are “fortified with calcium.” The injections are no different, he said.The industry injects meat now with a mixture of salt and phosphate. This does tenderize it, but not as much as the calcium injections.Large quantities of vitamin D can suppress cattle’s appetites. Feedlot owners don’t like this. The decreased feeding reduces the weight and available meat on the animal.Marketing EdgePringle’s research could help Southeastern cattle producers gain a marketing edge. The Brahman cattle breed is common in Southeastern herds. This breed can handle the heat, bugs and general Southeastern climate better than other beef cattle. But it’s known to have tougher pieces of meat.These tenderizing techniques work in Brahman cattle and could help Southern producers who want to raise these cattle.”We could get to the point where we’re producing a Southeasten guaranteed-tender beef product that’s more consistent and leaner,” he said.last_img read more

Frank Lampard reveals why Chelsea agreed to let David Luiz join Arsenal

first_imgDavid Luiz joined Arsenal on deadline day (Picture: Getty)Chelsea boss Frank Lampard says he had a number of ‘honest conversations’ with David Luiz before the defender’s move to Arsenal.The Brazilian completed an £8million move to Arsenal on Thursday after he shocked the Blues with his desire to join the Gunners.Luiz did not train on Thursday after intimating his intention to join Arsenal and some reports claimed the centre-back had fallen out with Lampard.However, Lampard confirmed today that it was his decision to remove Luiz from training and says the club’s decision to let him go was based on the competition at centre-back.ADVERTISEMENT Sean KearnsFriday 9 Aug 2019 2:26 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link1.1kShares Luiz signed a two-year deal at Arsenal (Picture: Getty)‘We had some conversations over the last week, honest ones and the conclusion was that he should move on,’ said Lampard.AdvertisementAdvertisement‘It’s a position that I have a lot of competition. Everyone has to understand that. He has moved on and we wish him the absolute best, because he has been a big part of our history.‘There wasn’t any strikes. No fall-outs, just honest conversations. As a player I want that as a manager, and i think I got that from David. Him not training was a decision I made as I felt that is what I made at the time.‘You can’t dictate too much what happens at times. The decision was that he moves on to Arsenal and I focus on here. Yes he is a good player.’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 ArsenalChelsea travel to Old Trafford on Sunday for a mouth-watering start to their 19/20 campaign.Lampard revealed N’Golo Kante has returned to fitness but he’s unsure yet if he will be risked from the start given he has just recovered from an ankle problem.MORE: Frank Lampard provides fitness updates for Kante, Rudiger and Hudson-Odoi before Man Utd game Advertisement Frank Lampard reveals why Chelsea agreed to let David Luiz join Arsenal Comment Advertisementlast_img read more

There is genuinely good value in the market right now and history could show that buying now is the best move an investor could make

first_imgHaesley Cush said it could be a good time to buy second hand units.There is genuinely good value on the market right now and history could show that buying now is one of the best moves an investor could make or it could show something different.But one thing is for sure, no one person or industry group can change a market, we all wish we could. A market gets influenced by supply and demand, funding restrictions, population, infrastructure changes, employment and that all leads to confidence.With my crystal ball currently in the shop it’s hard to predict the future, but my read on right now is this.If you can hold off selling a property in an area with an over supply, then wait, and if you can buy a property in an area reported as good value, then buy.My mate and I shared a vino and, I feel, left with a new appreciation for the other parties industry.Firstly, it was heartwarming to see a developer so concerned about protecting his previous purchasers and I hope he saw that agents work to get their clients the maximum price in any market but sometimes based on the market that maximum price is less than what they paid. Many experts believe there won’t be price growth in the second hand unit market for a few years.I WAS having dinner at Teneriffe’s much loved Italian restaurant Beccofino’s when I bumped into a mate of mine.My mate is a developer and our conversation swung to apartment prices and the good results he has been achieving in his new building.But while he was exhilarated with the results coming from his new building he was gravely concerned about the prices being recorded for resale apartments in the local area.Our conversation started to get meaty as we discussed the current market and market values.He felt that anyone selling a second hand unit in this market was begging for a flogging and really any agent who was selling them should be dealt the same fate.Despite this brash statement. We both agreed that now was not the right time to be selling an apartment and that likely it would be at least three years before the resale market would start to see growth.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North2 hours agoNew apartments released at idyllic retirement community Samford Grove Presented by But the part we couldn’t agree on was the reality that not all sellers will wait for an increase. Some people will, some people can’t as others just don’t want to. For market value to even be recorded it means owners are choosing to accept the offers on the table.last_img read more