Working in Clark County, a brief profile of interesting Clark County business owners or a worker in the public, private, or nonprofit sector. Send ideas to Mary Ricks: email@example.com; fax 360-735-4598; phone 360-735-4550.Kate Singh, facing burnout after a 35-year nursing career, was ready for a change. She went back to college and studied graphic design and launched an award-winning photography career. “I take the time to make the best photos. I like letting people see they are special and look alright.”Name: Kate Singh.Job/employer: Owner of Aevum Images, 703 Main St., 360-735-1595.Age: 60.Professional background: An Army nurse for 20 years, followed by 15 years at Southwest Washington Medical Center. Started Aevum Images in 2003.Education: Singh joined the Army shortly after high school, during the Vietnam War. After leaving the Army she studied graphic design at Clark College and earned an associate’s degree.Residence (community): Shumway.One word to describe yourself: Creative.How you got this job: Demand. Shot my first wedding for a co-worker and booked five more from that first one.Most rewarding part of job: I like letting people see themselves in a very positive way.Most challenging part of job: It is a challenge when people come in and say “You are the pro, tell me what to do.” That makes it hard. I am trying to tell their story, so I need to understand their personality to be able to translate that into a pose.Personal/business philosophy: To be able to live life to the fullest, giving value to the people I meet.What motivates you: I am an artist at heart and I like creating art.Favorite moment of my job/career: My highlight is when the light goes on for folks, when they believe they are beautiful. They see what I can see. Another favorite moment was when the Portland Metropolitan Photographers Association named me Photographer of the Year in 2004 and 2010 and Member of the Year for 2010 and 2013. To have other photographers recognize your work is real satisfying. It’s validating.
Borough Mayor Pierce: “Being Borough Mayor it’s got a lot of variables, and every day is a different day with lots of different issues. It’s complex here on the Kenai Peninsula, but, it’s enjoyable to I like the mix” Pierce served six-years on the Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly between 2008-2014, and he hopes that experience will benefit him in his new role as mayor: “One of the things I hope to do as Mayor is quiet some of the critics, that I’ve listened to and heard from over the years as it relates to their local government.” Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Kenai Peninsula Borough Mayor Charlie Pierce has been in office since November 5, and has had a busy first couple of months in office. Pierce won the election for Borough mayor after a close regular election and an even closer runoff election. Pierce with Chief of Staff John Quick have been hard at work on a proposed balanced budget with no new revenue, a potential fix for the heating system in the Borough Administration Building for between $35,000 and $40,000, and a reduction in staffing in the mayor’s office. Pierce says they are working to ‘get creative’ in order to prioritize the immediate issues, and setting aside the things that can be delayed. The two big ticket items the new administration is currently facing is a $4 million dollar budget deficit, and repairs to the current Borough building, both from the previous administration. Story as aired: Audio PlayerJennifer-on-Pierce-outlook.mp3VmJennifer-on-Pierce-outlook.mp300:00RPd Pierce: “We’ve planned on utilizing some dollars out of the land trust fund, to help balance the budget going forward. What I would also like to do is pay back a little bit of the money that we’ve spent, and make up a little bit of that as well. I think we can do that with no new taxes.”
Stories are posted on the APRN news page. You can subscribe to APRN’s newsfeeds via email, podcast and RSS. Follow us on Facebook at alaskapublic.org and on Twitter @AKPublicNews Navy plans to be more active in the ArcticLiz Ruskin, Alaska Public Media – Washington D.C.As part of an increased presence in the Arctic, Navy Secretary Richard Spencer said he’d like to send a ship through the Northwest Passage this summer.New legislation introduced in Congress aims to strengthen Roadless RuleElizabeth Jenkins, Alaska’s Energy Desk – JuneauA few states are in the process of challenging a federal rule that makes it difficult to build new roads through national lands, called the Roadless Rule.Dunleavy administration pick for $94,000-a-year labor relations manager comes without labor relations experienceNathaniel Herz, Alaska’s Energy Desk – AnchorageJared Goecker started as the state’s labor relations manager last month – a job that includes helping to supervise negotiation of union contracts worth hundreds of millions of dollars. His boss said she interviewed several candidates for the job and that Goecker was the best fit.Juneau man dies of stab wounds; police detain suspectAssociated PressJuneau police have detained a 39-year-old man in a fatal stabbing.Emmonak votes to keep alcohol and remain ‘damp’Davis Hovey, KNOM – NomeVoters in the western Alaska community of Emmonak have narrowly decided to continue restricted alcohol sales and remain a so-called “damp” community under local option laws.Kenai rejects changing local rules for onsite marijuana useAssociated PressAlaska marijuana regulators will take public comment on proposed tweaks to first-in-the-nation statewide rules for allowing onsite use of cannabis at authorized stores.GVEA plans to highlight state’s largest solar farmTim Ellis, KUAC – FairbanksGolden Valley Electric Association will highlight the utility’s new solar-energy array during tonight’s annual members meeting. Completed last fall, it’s the biggest solar farm in Alaska, designed to power 70 homes.Marie Adams Carroll became a ‘folk hero’ fighting for Iñupiat whaling rights. Now she’s in the Alaska Women’s Hall of Fame.Ravenna Koenig, Alaska’s Energy Desk – FairbanksOn Tuesday, 10 women were inducted into the Alaska Women’s Hall of Fame. One of them was Marie Adams Carroll from Utqiaġvik, who stepped into a leadership role as a young woman on the North Slope during a time of crisis — when subsistence activities were threatened — and has been involved in public life ever since.Region I music director of the year reflects on teaching in DillinghamIsabelle Ross, KDLG – Dillingham“I have the best job in the world,” said Dillingham’s Brandon Smith. He was recently named music director of the year for schools in western Alaska, and he is planning on continuing the school’s music program at full speed in the fall.‘The Sun is a Compass’ highlights yearn for the outdoors Claire Stremple, KHNS – HainesFew Alaskans have seen as much of Alaska as Caroline Van Hemert, author of the new book, The Sun is a Compass.
Anyone who’s ever played a Super Mario Bros. game is familiar with coin blocks. Move under one, jump and hit it with your head, and coins come out. If it’s on the ground, hit it with a shell to get the same effect. The moral of the story is to hit question mark blocks whenever you see them and good things will come out of them. One how-to fan over at Instructables decided to apply the premise to real life, and came up with a way to make a real Super Mario coin block that not only makes the appropriate sounds when you smack it, but it also dispenses money. If you’re wondering how he did it, he’s posted the instructions and all of the parts you’ll need to make your own coin block, but be warned: you’ll have to provide your own money. Unlike the blocks in Super Mario Bros, these ones don’t come pre-stuffed with coins. Check out a video of the coin block in action behind the jump. [via Make]
The PC launch of Rocksmith hasn’t gone down too well as it seems a lot of consumers are struggling to play the game because their box is missing that all important CD key.Rocksmith, the game that aims to teach you how to play the guitar, was released four days ago in North America, but some customers are angry after discovering Ubisoft shipped PC copies of the game without their activation codes.Ubisoft is trying to fix the error by getting customers to apply for a new key by emailing them a clear digital image of their receipt as well as details of the store they bought the product from. As a way of saying sorry, Ubisoft has said all affected customers will receive the Guitarcade Timesaver add on which unlocks all the Rocksmith mini-games. This will be a small consolation to gamers who currently can’t even play the game to enjoy that bonus.This doesn’t help Ubisoft’s reputation with PC gamers. Only last month they scrapped the need for a constant internet connection when playing a Ubisoft game using the Uplay DRM service.It’s not known how widespread the problem is or how many customers were affected. Rocksmith activation keys are already being sent out fairly promptly, so if yours is missing it shouldn’t take too long to get a new one at least. This is a fairly big mistake for Ubisoft to make though, and it’s a kick in the teeth to anyone who pre-ordered the game and wasn’t able to play it on the day of release.More at the Ubisoft Forums, via Gamesindustry.biz
Advertisement Cy Young winner and Blue Jay’s great Roy Halladay was tragically killed in a plane crash over the Gulf of Mexico last November, but his son and former team honored his memory in unforgettable fashion in a spring training game, today.Halladay’s 17-year-old son Braden, a pitcher for Canadian Junior National Team, received a standing ovation from the fans and players in attendance when he entered the game to pitch the bottom of the 8th inning against the Blue Jays. He drew a heart in the dirt behind the mound and then proceeded to retire the Toronto batters with a perfect 1-2-3 inning.Spring training is mostly meaningless, but this was a special moment honoring the late great. It’s safe to say Doc would be proud.Big round of applause for Braden Halladay as he warms up in Dunedin, Fla. to face #BlueJays pic.twitter.com/qsBomT8LTJ— Ben Nicholson-Smith (@bnicholsonsmith) March 17, 2018 Very cool moment. Roy Halladay‘s son, Braden, pitched a perfect inning today against the Blue Jays 🙌🏼 pic.twitter.com/pZ8SuIb8Hl— Starting 9 (@Starting9) March 17, 2018
It looks like the ‘outage flu’ isn’t over yet. Yesterday, YouTube, Facebook, and Google Cloud all went down, affecting millions of users. This is only weeks after both GitHub and YouTube faced a worldwide outage issue that lasted for well over half an hour for users worldwide. YouTube users took to Twitter, yesterday, to vent their frustration. A range of issues were reported, from video playback to other error messages. The YouTube team hasn’t responded to the incident and outlined what they believe the cause of the outage was. So far, the team has only tweeted saying that they’re aware of the issue and have received similar reports from users. Facebook goes down Facebook also went down yesterday during the morning on the west coast of the U.S… The outage lasted for about 40 minutes. The website showed an error simply saying “Sorry, something went wrong. We’re working on it and we’ll get it fixed as soon as we can” to users trying to access the site. Users also faced difficulties using Facebook Messenger. The outage was a result of an issue caused due to a routine test conducted by Facebook. Problems on Google Cloud Google cloud also faced the same fate as Youtube and Facebook as it went down yesterday afternoon at around 1:12 PM PT and ended at 2:35 PM PT. Users faced connectivity issues when using a number of Google services including Google APIs, load balancers, and other external IP addresses. The Google support team posted an update on the outage on Google Cloud status dashboard. “Throughout the duration of this issue Google services were operating as expected and we believe the root cause of the issue was external to Google. We will conduct an internal investigation of this issue and make appropriate improvements to our systems to help prevent or minimize future recurrence”. Google also tweeted back to users who were complaining about the outage. Read Next GitHub October 21st outage RCA: How prioritizing ‘data integrity’ launched a series of unfortunate events that led to a day-long outage Facebook GEneral Matrix Multiplication (FBGEMM), high performance kernel library, open sourced, to run deep learning models efficiently
Related posts:Sentencing in Chile begins to bring closure in 41-year-old murder cases of US citizens Frank Teruggi and Charles Horman After 30 years, mother hopes for justice in son’s murder during Chilean protest Chile to try former secret police for diplomat’s death Pinochet carried out targeted assassination in Washington Famed Spanish legal expert Baltasar Garzón will give a talk at the University For Peace campus Thursday morning.The Spanish judge’s discussion is titled “Universal jurisdiction and the commitment to the cause of justice.” The conference takes place at 9 a.m. at the Carta de la Tierra Auditorium on the university’s campus, which is located in Ciudad Colón, southwest of the capital.Garzón, a human right judge from Spain, has been involved in several high-profile cases including the arrest of former Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet and a trial in Madrid against two dozen alleged al-Qaeda operatives (18 were found guilty). The controversial figure currently leads the legal team of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.Garzón first received international attention when he used Spain’s principle of universal jurisdiction to arrest the military ruler Pinochet in London in the late 1990s. According to a BBC article on the case, “universal jurisdiction” is a concept that states “some crimes are so grave that they can be tried anywhere regardless of where the offences are committed.”Tens of thousands died, disappeared or were tortured during Pinochet’s reign form 1973 to 1990. But the arrest in 1998 was ultimately fruitless. Pinochet spent a year and a half detained in the U.K. while the government considered Spain’s extradition request. In the end, Pinochet was ruled “too frail and he was allowed to go home,” the BBC wrote.Garzón found greater success going after an al-Qaeda cell in Europe and also in a case against an Argentine ex-naval officer, who was convicted of crimes against humanity and sentenced to 640 years in prison.WikiLeaks revealed in 2010 that the United States tried to pressure Spain over Garzón’s attempts to investigation activities at Guantánamo Bay.From The Guardian:US officials tried to influence Spanish prosecutors and government officials to head off court investigations into Guantánamo Bay torture allegations, secret CIA ‘extraordinary rendition’ flights and the killing of a Spanish journalist by US troops in Iraq, according to secret US diplomatic cables.Among their biggest worries were investigations pursued by the magistrate Baltasar Garzón, who US officials described as having ‘an anti-American streak.’The combative legal expert already was facing his own troubles in 2008 after trying to investigate crimes that occurred during the Spanish Civil War and the subsequent Francisco Franco dictatorship. He was accused of abusing his powers, a charge that the Spanish Supreme Court eventually tossed out in 2012, according to the New York Times.However, earlier that year the same court had suspended Garzón as magistrate for 11 years after finding him guilty of ordering an illegal wiretap in a separate case. Garzón’s new life now includes defending WikiLeaks mastermind Assange.The suspension led to condemnation by international human rights groups and mass protests within the country. Supporters claimed the investigation was nothing more than a political witch hunt by right-wing enemies against “one of the world’s best-known human rights investigators.“ More information on the University for Peace event is available here. Facebook Comments
SeaLink offer Free Ferry tripsSeaLink offer Free Ferry tripsTo launch the new Barangaroo to Manly Fast Ferry service, beginning Friday 8th September 2017, SeaLink is offering commuters ten trips for only $8.90, that’s nine free trips! The special 10-trips eTravelPass is valid for use from the 8th to 15th September 2017.The ‘Barangaroo Fast Ferry’ is the first ever direct ferry service from Manly to Barangaroo operating daily between Manly Wharf and King Street Wharf No.2, Barangaroo.The ferry service will depart Manly every 30 minutes during week day peak hours from 6.45am with the last service departing Barangaroo at 7.15pm. During week day, non-peak hours and weekends the ‘Barangaroo Fast Ferry’ will depart every 60 minutes.The ferry service will use a quick and easy to use ticketless system. Simply visit the App Store or Google Play Store on any mobile device, download the Captain Cook Cruises app, create an account, purchase the Barangaroo – Manly Launch Special eTravelPass, then tap and go when boarding.According to Jeff Ellison, SeaLink Travel Group, CEO and Managing Director, “SeaLink are thrilled to be starting the ‘Barangaroo Fast Ferry’ service.”“Barangaroo is a busy and growing area of the city and this Manly to Barangaroo service will provide a fast and efficient way to commute to Sydney’s best new landmark development.” Continued Mr Ellison.One way fares are available for $8.90 per adult and $6.00 per children, or an 11-Trips eTravelPass for $82.50.For further information visit: www.barangaroofastferry.com.auSource = SeaLink
Hot off the press, the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has just released dates for the next annual “Amazing Thailand Roadshow”.The Roadshow, to be held between 30 April and 7 May 2018, will showcase TAT’s new global marketing concept, “Open to the New Shades of Thailand”, launched recently at World Travel Market 2017 (WTM) London. This new marketing concept reflects another kind of “Thainess”, the well-loved characteristic of Thai people to welcome guests of all “shades” from all around the world.The “Amazing Thailand Tourism Year 2018” campaign has been designed to further strengthen the Thai tourism industry, making it more sustainable, with a focus on quality tourism and the Sufficiency Economy Philosophy, maintaining a balance between the economy, society and the environment.H.E. Mrs. Kobkarn Wattanavrangkul, Minister of Tourism and Sports said: “The campaign’s overarching objective is to ensure that Thailand remains a Preferred Destination and delivers a Quality Product, thus boosting the average length of stay, expenditure and repeat visitation.”The “Amazing Thailand Tourism Year 2018” will highlight activities based on 13 core niche products: Sports, Gastronomy, Maritime tourism, Wedding and Honeymoon, Medical and Wellness, Community-based Tourism, Leisure, Green Tourism, Night Tourism, MICE, Trade Fairs, B2B Marketing Activity and Logistics.Communication strategies for the Amazing Thailand Tourism Year 2018 can be categorised into four ‘S’s’: Saneh or Charm (as reflected in the Thai people), Sanook or Joy (sports), Sabai or Relaxing (Thai massage), and Sut Saep or Delicious (fine street food and fine dining).Over 50 Thai hotel and tourism operators from various parts of Thailand, alongside airlines such as Thai Airways and Bangkok Airways, are expected to present at each city. Operators from well-known destinations such as Phuket, Koh Samui and Bangkok will be joined by upcoming destinations such as Khaolak, Hua Hin, Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai.Next year, events will be held in Auckland (30 April), Melbourne (2 May), Sydney (3 May) and Perth (7 May).For more information and to register interest email firstname.lastname@example.org Amazing Thailandroadshow
The Cyprus Cooperative Bank’s decision to enter an agreement with Spain’s Altamira on the management of its non-performing loans, roughly 60 per cent of its portfolio, triggered a protest on Wednesday outside its head office which attracted dozens of protestors.“The co-op and the other banks need to help people to repay their loans with viable loan restructurings,” said Evgenia Moyseos, a spokesperson of the Movement Against Foreclosures in a telephone interview, hours after the protest gathering.“Is Altamira going to do any good in the case of someone who’s and crisis stricken and unemployed since 2010 by disposing his home,” she asked.The state-owned co-op, which the government bailed out with almost €1.7bn in taxpayer’s money, announced on July 17 the agreement with Altamira Asset Management SS, owned by Spain’s Santander Bank, the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority, Canada Pension Plan Investment Board and the New York-based Apollo Global Management. Under the terms of the agreement, the two parties will set up a new unit in which Altamira will have a 51 per cent stake and the co-op 49 per cent.The Cyprus Cooperative Bank, as the former Cooperative Central Bank is currently known, will outsource to the new unit the management of its delinquent portfolio of €7.2bn and real property in its possession, currently worth €0.4bn.Protesters entered the premises of the co-op and a delegation held a 30-minute meeting with the bank’s chief executive officer Nicholas Hadjiyiannis to whom they submitted a list with their positions, the Cyprus News Agency (CNA) reported.Hadjiyiannis pledged to continue the dialogue with the Movement Against Foreclosures adding that the Cyprus Cooperative Bank realises “sensitivities in this area which is also of our concern”.The demonstration also attracted populist politicians known for their opposition to foreclosures, such as Stavros Malas, the candidate of communist Akel in next year’s and the 2013 presidential elections, Kostis Efstathiou, a deputy of Edek, Anna Theologou, a member of the parliament in the Citizens’ Alliance faction and deputy George Perdikis, the leader of the Green party, according to CNA.Other organisations such as the communist trade union PEO, Povek, the umbrella organisation representing self-employed and small businesses, Akel’s women’s division Pogo, and the communist youth, Edon also took part.According to CNA, Hadjiyiannis said that he is confident that the co-op, which is currently working on a Cyprus Stock Exchange listing in an attempt to attract private equity with share issues, having exhausted every possibility of receiving state-aid, “with the plan we made, we can give solutions and manage this big problem”.“We are part of the system and know too well what is going on and our aim is not to foreclose but (to offer) solutions,” he was cited as saying.Malas, the Akel presidential candidate, said that following the 2013 banking crisis, in which depositors at Bank of Cyprus saw almost half of their uninsured deposits turned into equity and those at Cyprus Popular Bank lost all their deposits in excess of €100,000, some Cypriot banks have become intermediary companies.“The state should intervene with a socially sensitive policy to support those in need,” he said according to CNA. “We have to protect the primary home and small and medium size enterprises within a context of healthy corporate governance, that takes into account social cohesion and helps these companies out of this difficult position”.In a statement, the Movement Against Foreclosures said that it believes that Altamira’s partnership with the co-op has “discredited the latter in the eyes of the Cypriot people”.The movement also asked the co-op to cancel and also publish the agreement with Altamira, and provide a public commitment that it will protect the primary home in the cases of borrowers who are recipients of the guaranteed minimum income and low pensions, long-term unemployed, single parents.You May LikeFigLeaf Beta AppHow to Become Fully Anonymous Online in Less Than 3 Minutes? Better safe than sorryFigLeaf Beta AppUndoYahoo SearchResearch Compact SUVs. New SUVs May Make You Want To Trade Yours In Today – See For Yourself!Yahoo SearchUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoTurkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoRemand for pair in alleged property fraud (Updated)Undoby Taboolaby Taboola
A Larnaca resident is galvanising philanthropists from all over Cyprus this weekend to rally round to help an elderly Cypriot man living in unsuitable conditions.Following a chance meeting with 73-year-old, Giorgos, Natacha Butenko realised the pensioner was in dire need of help. After visiting his home, to take him some clothes and discuss painting lessons for her daughter, she was left distraught and shocked.“I couldn’t believe that George had to live like this, it’s inhuman and I realised that I had to do something,” she told the Cyprus Mail.The pensioner’s home has no doors or windows and there are gaping holes are in many of the walls where mould grows on the interior and where graffiti is also scribbled. There is also no working toilet or bathroom facilities, only cold running water. There is no kitchen, Butenko said that a couple of bits of ‘furniture’ that he did have were broken and have now been thrown away and will be replaced.“He has no glass in any of the windows and in his bedroom he had put a pillow in it to try and stop the cold weather from entering.”Living in such a terrible state has caused George to experience back pain and Butenko has taken him to the hospital to get checked.“I didn’t want to ask him too many question’s and decided to let him tell me what he wants to. He is a very intelligent man, he speaks good English and he always speaks with kindness about everyone. He has a pure heart,” she said.He is popular with neighbours and is a well-known face, however, until now, people were unaware of his living conditions, as no one visited him at home. She has also learnt from her enquiries, that thieves robbed what little he had from his home last year. She said that putting in doors and windows is a priority.On Saturday at 9.30am, volunteers will meet at the house to start the mammoth task of ‘fixing up’ the premises. After an appeal on her Facebook page which has been shared by many, tens of volunteers and people wanting to donate items have come forward.“Plumbers, electricians, builders and painters are being organised, but we need more and we also need a skip for outside,” she said.Some kitchen goods and furniture, a TV, a 3 seater sofa, microwave, bed and mattress, wall paint,small fridge and other items have already been collected or donated.Construction materials are still needed and Butenko dreams of being able to provide Giorgos with a proper bathroom. “If someone could help us with that, it would be amazing,” she said.The pensioner will spend a week at a nearby hostel whilst all of the renovations are underway, in order to reduce the amount of stress he experiences, she said.Food is now also being regularly taken to his home and as he only has two teeth, its simple food that he can eat easily and when his microwave arrives, that can be warmed up.Butanko has assured that George’s life will be different from now on, as along with some of her friends, she intends to include him in her life.“I want him to come to my house and my daughter can’t wait to meet him. He has to live like a human being, no-one should be left like this.” She said that Giorgos has accepted help but would never ask for anything.“He never complains and he told me that God sent me to him, he is so very happy for all of the help that is being offered. I would like to thank everyone that is helping, it feels like there is love and kindness in the air.”If you would like to help please contact the Cyprus Mail email@example.comYou May LikeDr. Marty ProPower Plus Supplement3 Dangerous Foods People Feed Their Dogs (Without Realizing It)Dr. Marty ProPower Plus SupplementUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoKelley Blue Book10 Electric Cars That Last the LongestKelley Blue BookUndo Turkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoConcern over falling tourism numbersUndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoby Taboolaby Taboola
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