King Kong leading lady Christiani Pitts is all smiles. View Comments Related Shows The King Kong dream team assembles! Aerial and puppetry movement director Gavin Robins, Erik Lochtefeld, director/choreographer Drew McOnie, Christiani Pitts, Eric William Morris, songwriter Eddie Perfect and creature designer Sonny Tilders grab a group photo. King Kong Something huge is coming to the Great White Way! King Kong, the stage adaptation of the monstrous myth immortalized by the 1976 film, begins performances at the Broadway Theatre on October 5. The new musical’s stars Eric William Morris, Christiani Pitts and Erik Lochtefeld as well as its creative team members, including director and choreographer Drew McOnie, songwriter Eddie Perfect, creature designer Sonny Tilders and more, met the press at The St. Cloud Rooftop Bar at The Knickerbocker Hotel in New York City on the sunny morning of August 6. The story centers on an ambitious young actress and a maverick filmmaker as they voyage from the bustling streets of 1930s New York to an uncharted island to capture the greatest wonder the world has ever seen. Check out the photos, and gear up for this monster of a show to arrive on Broadway this fall! Show Closed This production ended its run on Aug. 18, 2019
Vermont Student Assistance Corporation,The spending bill released late Monday night that funds federal agencies through the end of the fiscal year includes a provision, advocated by Senator Patrick Leahy (D-Vermont), Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vermont) and Representative Peter Welch (D-Vermont), requiring the US Department of Education to continue its contract with the Vermont Student Assistance Corp (VSAC) and other nonprofit student loan servicers nationwide.’ A provision in an earlier budget agreement, passed last month, could have affected Winooski-based VSAC by removing mandatory funding for the US Department of Education to contract with nonprofit student loan servicers.’ In December, Welch in the House, and Leahy and Sanders in the Senate, initiated a bipartisan effort in the Senate and House to clarify that the language included in that budget agreement did not reflect the intent of Congress to terminate existing nonprofit contracts with the Education Department. The Omnibus Appropriations Bill that is expected to come to votes in the House and Senate sometime this week includes discretionary funds to continue existing contracts with VSAC and other nonprofit servicers.’ Leahy, the most senior member of the Senate Appropriations Committee, which handled the Senate’s negotiations, led the effort in the work on the bill, on behalf of VSAC, with strong support from Sanders and Welch.’ Leahy said: ‘ ‘No student should be denied the opportunities of a college education because of her or his family’s financial resources. ‘ Nonprofit loan servicers like VSAC serve as instrumental partners in guiding Vermont students through the complexities of financing their college educations. I continue to hear from students and adult learners across our state that VSAC’s outreach counselors gave them the support system they needed to graduate. ‘ I am delighted we were able to make sure that the new spending bill will enable VSAC to continue to serve students in need.’’ Sanders said: ‘ ‘VSAC has successfully helped thousands of Vermont students and families manage the costs of college through counselling and financing.’ I am very pleased that our ongoing efforts to protect VSAC’s critical role in our state will allow it to continue doing the excellent and important work it has done so well over the years.’Welch said: ‘ ‘Preserving VSAC’s ability to make loans, and to continue to serve Vermonters, is a priority for the Vermont delegation.’ I am very pleased this bill also acknowledges what we know about VSAC and other non-profit lenders: they provide high quality customer service and efficiency at all points in the lending process.’’ ‘We at VSAC continue to be very grateful for the leadership and support that our delegation continues to provide,’ said Scott Giles, VSAC president and CEO. ‘ ‘VSAC is unique among state-based agencies because we provide, under one roof, a full range of services aimed at helping Vermonters navigate the complexity of educational choices and how to finance those plans, particularly for those who are low-income or the first in their family to continue on to postsecondary education.’The appropriations bill provision also requires the US Department of Education to issue a report detailing an evaluation process for determining the fair allocation of additional loans on a competitive basis to nonprofit lenders like VSAC and other, larger loan servicers.’ That report will be due by the end of March. ‘ ‘ WASHINGTON (January 14, 2014) ‘Congressional delegation
More than 900 Bar members have thus far offered their services to Florida Attorneys Saving Homes, a collaborative effort launched in July by The Florida Bar; The Florida Bar Foundation; Florida Legal Services; and the Real Property, Probate, and Trust Law Section, the Business Law Section and the Young Lawyers Division designed to provide pro bono assistance to homeowners facing foreclosure.Louie Adcock David Agee Shahzad Ahmed David Akins Edward Albrecht Lemar Alejo Tami Alexander Benjamin Allen Jerry Allender Steven Allender Barbara Alonso Andrea Alpern Michael Altes David. A Altier Robert Altman Stuart Altman Laura Alton Katherine Alvarez Elizabeth Anderson Gaila Anderson John Anderson Angelita Anderson-Stephens Scott P. Andrew Barry Ansbacher Maureen Arago Frank Arenas Karyl Argamasilla Christie D. Arkovich David Armstrong Jana Armstrong Marlene A. Armstrong Lynwood Arnold Jerry Aron Martin Awerbach Masha Bach Kimberly Bald Nancy Baldwin John R. 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Inc.:The comedown after the holidays can be rough. Some suffer in the grim January weather, others are shocked by the number on the scale after all the festivities, but for many folks the worst part of the post-season crash is the credit card bills.It’s easy to get caught up in all the gift giving and good cheer and let your budget go totally out of control. Then the new year rolls around and shock and regret set in. Is there any way to avoid this common cycle of overindulgence and repentance?You might think that simple willpower is the answer. After all, we’re all grown-ups here and know that what we buy has to be paid for. But according to psychologists things aren’t that simple.Writing in The New York Times Sunday Review recently, Northwestern University professor David DeSteno explains that “research has shown that willpower tends to be limited. Each successful exercise of it actually increases the likelihood of subsequent failure if temptations come in quick succession (as they do, for instance, in shopping malls).”Read the whole story: Inc. More of our Members in the Media >
LinkedIn Email Share on Twitter Share Pinterest Share on Facebook People with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) have reduced activity of the protein serum and glucocorticoid regulated kinase 1 (SGK1) in their prefrontal cortices, and experimentally reducing the protein’s activity in rats leads to PTSD-like behavior, according to a new study in PLOS Biology.The study by Pawel Licznerski, Ronald Duman and colleagues of the Department of Psychiatry at Yale University publishing in the Open Access journal PLOS Biology on Oct. 27th, suggests that augmenting activity of SGK1 may be therapeutic in PTSD.Performing a whole-genome expression screen on the post-mortem brains of six subjects with PTSD, the authors found that expression of SGK1 was reduced in the prefrontal cortex by over 80% compared to controls. The subjects studied were part of a PTSD brain bank, the first of its kind, established by the authors. To understand the cellular mechanisms at work, the authors turned to rats, and showed that those rats with lower SGK1 activity had higher levels of learned helplessness in response to a shock (a behavior thought to mimic one aspect of PTSD). Experimentally reducing SGK1 activity in rats induced learned helplessness, while overexpressing the protein reduced it. Reducing SGK1 activity also induced several other PTSD-like behaviors, and caused cellular changes in prefrontal cortical neurons consistent with an augmented fear response.Together, these results indicate that a reduction in SGK1 activity likely contributes to PTSD. Larger postmortem studies will be needed to confirm these findings, but if they are borne out, SGK1 or other proteins with which it is linked may provide new targets for medications to reverse the effects of PTSD, which, according to the Veterans Administration, affects over 5% of the United States population, and over 10% of veterans.
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Redline Detection, a provider of OEM-mandated diagnostic leak detection equipment, has announced that Michael Hosch has joined the company as director of aftermarket programs.AdvertisementClick Here to Read MoreAdvertisementHosch comes to Redline after 17 years at Bosch North America, where his most recent position was director of sales, responsible for leading the North American sales team and the Electronic Product Group. Hosch has been in the diagnostic tool aftermarket for 37 years, first with Sun Electric, then Snap-on, Vetronix, Bosch and now Redline.An experienced leader with an extensive background in sales, marketing and business development in the aftermarket, Hosch brings an expertise in building cross-functional teams that drive together for success. “I’ve had a relationship with Redline for over six years and have tremendous respect for the quality, ethics and integrity of the products and the people. I am beyond excited to be a part of this great team,” said Hosch.Redline recently launched a partnership with Bosch Automotive Aftermarket to manufacture the Bosch HPT 500 High Pressure Leak Tester, a diagnostic leak detector with unique features and patented inflatable adaptors that make it possible to quickly test every heavy-duty and boosted vehicle. The equipment provides 2-20PSI pressurized visual vapor that pinpoints leaks and component faults in heavy-duty after-treatment and diesel/turbo boosted passenger vehicles, which are impossible to locate with a traditional, low-pressure evap style smoke machine.
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HLPFI reported on December 2 that a major breakthrough had been reached between Cargolux and two of the unions representing its crews – OGBL and LCGB – possibly ending a 15-month-long dispute that had appeared to be headed toward a strike.Cargolux explained that LCGB had “declared unexpectedly” to all involved in a meeting on December 9 that they considered the negotiations to have failed since “management was not prepared to accept their demands”.Accordingly, Cargolux suggested that LCGB and its members are “seemingly unable to accept responsibility for job security and growth in Luxembourg and to accept the necessity of inevitable change”.The airline added that it “cannot help but wonder” about the reliability and credibility of a social partner that agrees on certain compromises, only to negate its own decision days later.In light of LCGB’s refusal to continue negotiations, Cargolux confirmed that its management, along with CLSC (Confédération Luxembourgeoise des Syndicats Chrétiens) and OGBL, will secure the significant achievements negotiated during the past 15 months and confirm the parties’ intention to sign a new CWA this week.According to Cargolux, before this latest meeting, the parties had reached a principle agreement on the main terms and the final wording hinged solely on items relating to pilots. It says that it had already agreed with OGBL, CLSC and LCGB on all points concerning Cargolux ground staff.With regards to pilot matters, Cargolux claims that LCGB has since repeatedly raised new claims and “showed little if any willingness to compromise” on items concerning its flying members and representatives.In the latest meeting, Cargolux explained that LCGB was invited to produce a list of all its demands for the management’s consideration, but refused to do so.The all-cargo carrier says that it regrets that LCGB has terminated the negotiations at this late stage when an agreement was within reach.Cargolux stated that LCGB “seemingly does not care” about the negative implications of its decision on the airline’s employees – of which, Cargolux says, pilots are in minority – together with the impact on the economic interests of Luxembourg.However, said the freighter airline, clearly OGBL and CLSC do care, and it is for this reason that Cargolux, OGBL and CLSC are ready to seal a new CWA based on the terms agreed during many months of negotiations. www.cargolux.com
Atlas was responsible for all of the shipments that arrived in Israel by air and sea, including discharging the cargo from chartered vessels, intermediate storage, unstuffing of containers, road transport to the site and the placement of the equipment onto foundations.The project, which started in March 2017, consisted of numerous OOG units, such as generators, transformers, steam turbines and gas turbines, ranging from 40 tons (36.3 tonnes) to 150 tons (136 tonnes) in weight. As part of the project, a 100-ton (90.7-tonne) gas turbine was transported from France to Israel onboard an Antonov AN-124, and was delivered to the Hadera site and positioned on foundations in December 2017.The long and complex project required advanced, extensive route and site surveys and coordination with the air and ocean carriers, ports and terminals, crane operators, stevedores, surveyors and engineers, said Atlas.Atlas Logistics is a member of the WCA Projects network in Israel. www.atlaslogistics.co.ilwww.wcaprojects.com