New Details Emerge About The Brooklyn Bowl Venue Coming To Chicago

first_imgEarlier this year, we spoke to famed concert promoter Peter Shapiro about a possible Brooklyn Bowl opening up in Chicago, IL. After rumors had been circulating for quite some time, Shapiro told us, “I’ve heard the rumors of Chicago too and…I don’t want to get into the formality of confirming, but usually when there’s smoke, there’s fire.”Naturally, we’ve been anxious to hear more about this potentially-planned venue, and today we have our first news about it! Details about the Brooklyn Bowl interestingly emerged in an article about a nearby burger location, called Kuma’s, that plans to open within the same complex.In a report published by the reliable Crain’s Chicago Business, the new Brooklyn Bowl venue will be in the Fulton Market area, and will be a part of a major three-story, 60,000-square-foot complex. Built by Complexity Properties, Brooklyn Bowl is spurring the construction project, and the burger place Kuma’s has officially signed on as the first tenant. Negotiations are underway with other potential businesses to fill the property.Kuma’s is uniquely themed for the complex, as the restaurant is known for playing heavy metal music and naming their burgers after famed metal bands. “Kuma’s heavy-metal theme and aesthetic will line up nicely with what’s going on in the building,” said Adriane Schwager, Convexity’s leasing and asset manager in the article.The burger place is planning to open in February 2017, so we may also have a release date for the venue as well! The Fulton Market area is also a burgeoning location, with new hotels and restaurants emerging, so expect the Brooklyn Bowl Chicago to fit right in among the properties. As all three current Brooklyn Bowl locations serve food from the famed Blue Ribbon company, Kuma’s will most likely be a separate entity, but hopefully the theme of music will permeate throughout the complex.We’ll be sure to update once more information is available about this Brooklyn Bowl Chicago complex![H/T Tomorrow’s Verse]last_img read more

moe. Welcomes Mandolinist Jamie Masefield In Vermont [Full Show Video]

first_imgSetlist: moe. | Higher Ground | Burlington, VM | 2/3/17I: Captain America > Akimbo, Brittle End, CalifornIA > Bring You Down, Happy Hour Hero* > Silver Sun*II: Puebla >(nh) Crab Eyes, Yodelittle > Down Boy > Yodelittle, Y.O.Y > WaterE: Happiest Days Of Our Lives, Plane Crash* with Jamie Masefield[Photo via @davedecrophoto on Instagram] moe. dominated Burlington, Vermont’s Higher Ground last night for a sold out show. The band took advantage of their jam-centric surroundings by welcoming local mandolin player and founding member of the Jazz Mandolin Project Jamie Masefield for a number of songs, including “Happy Hour Hero” and “Silver Sun” to close out the first set.The second set was highlighted by a thematic “Yodelittle” that saw “Down Boy” sandwiched between, ending with a “Y.O.Y” into “Water” jam to close out. The band encored with “Happiest Days Of Our Lives” into “Plane Crash”. You can watch both sets below courtesy of the band’s Facebook page.last_img read more

Students remain hospitalized after crash

first_imgUpdated April 10  at 7:09 p.m.Two students injured in a car crash April 2 are both currently in stable condition, Memorial Hospital reported Sunday afternoon.Notre Dame junior Jack Riedy and Saint Mary’s junior Mary Gring were with Scott Gring, a South Bend resident and Mary’s father, heading east on a bridge over the St. Joseph River near Niles, Mich. Scott Gring, the vehicle’s driver, lost control on the icy road and spun across the center line, crashing into a westbound car.(Editor’s note: Jack Riedy is a Scene writer for The Observer.)While emergency responders were attempting to extricate Riedy and Mary Gring from the vehicle, another eastbound vehicle lost control and struck a fire truck protecting the scene, which was pushed into the Gring car with the students still inside it.All three people in the Gring vehicle were taken to Memorial Hospital in South Bend. As of Sunday afternoon, all three of their conditions were reported as stable, according to the hospital.Tags: car accident, Memorial Hospital, ND, SMClast_img read more

Children’s Garden.

first_imgTracy Barlow will tell how to plant a children’s garden in a May 25 seminar at theGeorgia Experiment Station in Griffin, Ga.Barlow, youth programs coordinator for the Atlanta Botanical Gardens’ newly establishedChildren’s Garden, will alsodiscuss how to introduce children to the natural world through gardening.The creative speaker provides wonderful ideas on elements to work into a children’sgarden and the plants to use.Barlow conducts school and weekend programs for children and families. She alsodevelops curricula for the summer day camp and plans exhibits for the Children’s Garden.The seminar will start at 7 p.m. in the Stuckey Auditorium of the Georgia Experiment Stationin Griffin. It is sponsored by the Georgia Station Research & Education Garden. Andit’s free.Refreshments will be served and handouts provided. For more information or directions, call (770) 229-3367.last_img read more

Venture Global delays final investment decision on Plaquemines LNG export project

first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享S&P Global Market Intelligence ($):Venture Global LNG is delaying the financial close of its proposed Plaquemines LNG export facility in Plaquemines Parish, La., to mid-2021.The Plaquemines LNG facility, which will have an export capacity of up to 20 million tonnes per year, is anticipated to start commercial operations in 2024, Venture Global said on its website. Since obtaining the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s approval in September 2019, Venture Global has yet to make a formal final investment decision on the project.In September, the developer’s website said it planned to make a final investment decision on the project in late 2020 and start commercial service in 2023 to 2024, Reuters reported Nov. 18.The Plaquemines LNG export project is part of a wave of U.S. LNG projects that were expected to reach a final investment decision in 2020 until it was upended by the coronavirus pandemic. Among those projects, only Sempra Energy’s proposed Energía Costa Azul LNG export terminal in Baja California, Mexico, reached a positive final investment decision in 2020.Venture Global most recently said it remains on target to begin the commercial operations of its other LNG project, the 10-Mt/y Calcasieu Pass terminal in Louisiana, in 2022.[Dyna Mariel Bade]More ($): Venture Global to reach financial close of Plaquemines LNG project in mid-2021 Venture Global delays final investment decision on Plaquemines LNG export projectlast_img read more

Federal Judicial Roundtable set

first_imgFederal Judicial Roundtable set Federal Judicial Roundtable set Science and the law will be the main topic of this year’s Federal Judicial Roundtable, set for June 22, beginning at 2:30 p.m., at the Bar’s Annual Convention at the Boca Raton Hotel and Club.Florida Bar members also will get a rare opportunity to talk informally with federal judges in small group settings, courtesy of the Bar’s Federal Court Practices Committee, the Trial Lawyers Section, and the Criminal Law Section..“The program is always very well attended by the federal judges and is one of the few opportunities for lawyers and judges to just chat about the practice of law,” said Ryan D. Barack, chair of the Federal Court Practices Committee.University of Florida Professor Lars Noah will be discussing “The Many Faces of Biotechnology.” Noah has been Teacher of the Year (1995, 1998 & 2004) at UF and is a frequent author and lecturer on biotechnology and the law. Brent Garland, an attorney in private practice, having recently left a position as senior program associate with the Scientific Freedom, Responsibility and Law Program, of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, will discuss “Neuroscience and the Law.” Garland is the editor of Neuroscience and the Law: Brain, Mind, and the Scales of Justice and a recent paper in Current Opinion in Neurobiology. His interests include biomedicine, bioethics, biotechnology, and the interaction between science and law.The roundtable is free of charge and CLE credit will be available. Attendees are not required to register for the Annual Meeting to attend, but are encouraged to pre-register to attend the roundtable program. For more information contact Gerry Rose at grose@flabar.org. May 15, 2006 Regular Newslast_img read more

Will higher rates hit the office sector?

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The call of the east

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Five COVID-19 suspects still isolated, waiting for conditions to improve: Ministry

first_img“We have to be really careful with these cases. We shouldn’t act rashly and discharge them early because they can create a new sub-cluster if they eventually test positive,” Yurianto said. During an earlier press briefing, Yurianto said the number of individuals with contact with Case 1 suspected of having the coronavirus was four. Later, he mentioned that seven were suspected, two of whom had tested positive while the other five were still under observation.The Health Ministry previously confirmed two new COVID-19 cases on Friday. The two patients, identified only as Case 3 and Case 4, were identified following the ministry’s effort to trace people who had encountered Case 1 and 2.Health officials later found seven people with contact with Case 1. They were taken to Sulianti Saroso Hospital because they showed physical symptoms associated with influenza, such as coughing and mild fever. Of the seven people, two tested positive for COVID-19.The government plans to continue tracing people suspected of having contact with Case 1 or 2 to prevent the emergence new subclusters. (dpk)Topics : Health authorities are still observing five individuals suspected of having been infected by the COVID-19 coronavirus after they had contact with the country’s first two confirmed cases.The five individuals were in close contact with the first two confirmed patients, identified only as Case 1 and Case 2. They had attended the same dance event as Case 1 in mid-February in Jakarta.Case 1 contracted the virus from a Japanese woman who tested positive in Malaysia in late February. The Health Ministry’s Disease Control and Prevention Directorate general secretary Achmad Yurianto said his office was waiting for the patients’ conditions to improve before discharging them from the hospital. The five patients are being treated in isolation at the Sulianti Saroso Infectious Diseases Hospital in North Jakarta.“We will wait until their physical condition improves, since some of them are still suffering from fever,” said Yurianto, who also serves as the spokesperson for coronavirus management, on Friday.Read also: 70 medical workers having contact with COVID-19 patients in Depok sent home for self-quarantineHe explained patients in other countries, such as Vietnam, had to undergo tests seven times during the observation period. The patients even tested positive for COVID-19 during an eighth test, which was followed by intensive treatment from medical personnel.last_img read more

LA, Long Beach Ports’ Zero Emission Plan to Cost Up to USD 14 Bn

first_imgThe ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach have set out aggressive near-term and long-term strategies to cut harmful air pollution from all port-related sources to ultimately achieve zero emissions for trucks and terminal equipment.In a draft document titled 2017 Clean Air Action Plan (CAAP) Update the ports revealed detailed steps to be undertaken.“These ports are going where no port has gone before,” said Port of Los Angeles Executive Director Gene Seroka.“Based on what we’ve already accomplished to promote healthy, robust trade through our gateway, we’re ready to make history again, looking at a new array of technologies and strategies to further lower port-related emissions in the decades ahead.”According to a preliminary analysis the cost of implementing the 2017 CAAP rages between USD 7 billion and USD 14 billion. Given the magnitude of the investment, the draft plan calls for the ports to intensify their funding advocacy and increase collaboration with their partners to finance the new strategies.The ports claim that the draft 2017 CAAP ushers in a new era of clean air strategies that seek to reduce harmful emissions from port-related sources: ships, trucks, cargo handling equipment, locomotives and harbor craft.Furthermore, the document is said to be in line with local, regional, state and federal standards and regulations, and anticipates clean air regulations under development by the California Air Resources Board.The 2017 CAAP sets new clean air goals focused on reducing greenhouse gas emissions 40 percent below 1990 levels by 2030 and 80 percent below 1990 levels by 2050. The plan carries over previous 2023 targets for cutting other primary pollutants aimed at reducing diesel particulate matter (DPM) 77 percent, sulfur oxides (SOx) 93 percent, and nitrogen oxides (NOx) 59 percent below 2005 levels.The most recent emissions inventories show the ports have surpassed the 2023 DPM and SOx reduction targets and are within striking range of the NOx target. The 2017 CAAP identifies the tougher measures needed to ratchet down harmful emissions to zero or near-zero levels, the statement further adds.The document’s release kicks off a public review and comment period that extends through Sept. 18.The Port of Los Angeles and Port of Long Beach handle approximately 40 percent of the nation’s total containerized import traffic and 25 percent of its total exports.last_img read more